Space Alien Found Tiny ‘Atacama Humanoid’

Despite stubborn refusal to acknowledge the existence of UFOs or Extra Terrestrials the controversy refuses to die down.

We have a Humanoid discovered ten years ago .

And that’s making waves now.


Despite stubborn  refusal to acknowledge the existence of UFOs or Extra Terrestrials the controversy refuses to die down.

We have a Humanoid discovered ten years ago .

And that’s making waves now.

Stories about the mummified remains of what some call a space alien, went viral over the last week, even though the 6-inch-tall artifact — known as the Atacama Humanoid — was actually discovered 10 years ago in Chile.

Atacama Humanoid.
Atacama Humanoid.

The photos emerging now, however, will amaze you.

The Atacama Humanoid.
The Atacama Humanoid.
Atacama Humanoid,Head close-up.
Atacama Humanoid,Head close-up.

The creature will be featured in an upcoming UFO documentary, “Sirius,” produced by Dr. Steven Greer, a former emergency room doctor, who, in recent years has been a force behind a grassroots movement attempting to get the U.S. government to reveal alleged covered up information about extraterrestrial visits to Earth.

Over the past few weeks, more details about the background and previous scientific and medical examinations of the Atacama Humanoid have emerged.

Writing in Open Minds, international reporter Antonio Huneeus disclosed how the creature was found in a ghost town called La Noria in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

Huneeus referenced a story in a local newspaper, La Estrella de Arica, on Oct. 19, 2003, which told of a local man, Oscar Munoz, who was looking for objects of historical value in La Noria. As Munoz dug near an abandoned church, he found a white cloth that contained, according to the newspaper, “a strange skeleton no bigger than 15 cm [the size of a pen]. It was a creature with hard teeth, a bulging head with an additional odd bulge on top. Its body was scaly and of dark color. Unlike humans, it had nine ribs.”

After looking at original photos of the creature, Arturo Prat University biologist Walter Seinfeld told La Estrella de Arica, “No doubt it is a mammal and I’m pretty sure he’s human,” but he added that a more thorough study needed to be done on the subject.

The creature changed hands at that point, originally reportedly sold to a local pub owner for about $64. The little guy was eventually sold again and ended up in Spain, where, years later, it found its way to Greer, whose pre-documentary PR promises to reveal blockbuster information about subsequent medical and DNA analysis of the creature.

The recent press release about the UFO documentary Sirius which will feature Dr. Steven Greer and his research on a tiny ET they call the “Atacama Humanoid,” caused quite a bit of stir after it was published in several websites, including our own. What most American ufologists didn’t realize, however, is that this case from Chile’s northern Atacama Desert region is not new and was covered in the Chilean media shortly after its discovery in 2003.

The little ET was found in a ghost town called La Noria, which was once a boom town of the nitrate industry that flourished in this region prior to World War One, when the Germans invented synthetic nitrate. According to a report published in the newspaper La Estrella de Arica on October 19, 2003, written by journalist Camilo Aravena Arriagada, “it all started on a winter morning when a local man from the pampa, Oscar Muñoz, was following his hobby of collecting tokens, bottles and other objects of historical value in the ghost towns from the nitrate era.” Muñoz went specifically to a ghost town called La Noria, located 56 KM to the interior of the provincial capital of Iquique




A Volcano Erupts, Copahue ,Argentina PhotoEssay

The Copahue volcano spews ashes above Caviahue, in Neuquen province, Argentina, some 1500 km southwest of Buenos Aires on December 24. The authorities of Chile and Argentina issued alerts in each country due to the eruption of the volcano, placed in the border between both countries.


Copahue Volcano  Erupts.
Copahue volcano



Copahue volcano  Erupts
Copahue volcano


Copahue volcano
Copahue volcano


Copahue volcano
Copahue volcano



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Best Documentaries 2012 -III Videos

It’s not just the tunes, it’s Marley’s subtle charisma that sells this film. His impact on the world was bigger than music alone and in this film we see a clear reflection of the good and bad sides.

In true style this mindf*ck of a doc explores all the conspiracy theories behind Kubrick’s The Shining– the director, as we all know of course, behind the footage of the moon landing

In Chile‘s Atacama Desert astronomers search the desert sky for the meaning of the universe. But while they look up others look down. Every day a  group of determined women sift through these same sands trying to find what is left of their loved ones, the men killed, burned and dumped right there by Pinochet‘s regime.

Close contenders:
Yeah, sorry about this, but as we said, we thought we’d smuggle in a couple more not-to-miss names…

Director Alison Klayman followed the controversial Chinese artist and together with her subject created a fantastic film that says nothing less than “F*ck you China”.

Climate change without Greenpeace and other lentil-eaters. Instead, Jon Shenk‘s doc profiles the now ousted President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, a man with balls of steel who confronts a problem greater than any other world leader ever has.



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Camera Points At Billion Light Years Away Video

A new Camera, equipped to look into Deep Space in an effort  to find out find more about Dark Energy.

This powerful Camera is in a high Plateau in Chile.

‘The most powerful sky-mapping instrument ever built is about to embark on a far-reaching survey of deepest space to find evidence of the theoretical force called Dark Energy. From a high plateau in Chile, the Dark Energy Camera is being pointed billions of light years into the cosmos in an effort by astronomers to answer questions about Dark Energy’s influence over the expansion of our universe. Elly Park reports.’



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Chile Earthquake 7.1 Mag.Breaking News. Video.










7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes coastal Chile, about 43 miles northwest of Temuco, the U.S.G.S said.

A massive earthquake has hit central Chile and killed at least 214 people, the interior minister says.

The 8.8 quake caused widespread damage, destroying buildings, bridges and roads in many areas. Electricity, water and phone lines were cut.

Chilean President Michele Bachelet said that altogether two million people had been affected.

Several Pacific countries were hit by waves higher than usual after a tsunami was set off by the quake.

In French Polynesia waves 6ft (1.8m) high swept ashore, but there were no immediate reports of damage.


In Hawaii, Tahiti and New Zealand, residents in coastal areas were warned to move to higher ground.

Hawaii later lifted its tsunami warning after waves measuring just under 1m (3ft) high struck but caused no damage

Miners’ Rescue Live-Video.



Sky News is bringing you live coverage of the rescue of the Chile miners as it unfolds.


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Strong earthquakes hit Chile,March 11,2010.-Video.

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — The strongest aftershock since Chile’s devastating earthquake rocked the South American country Thursday as President Sebastian Pinera was sworn into office.

The 7.2-magnitude aftershock was stronger than the quake that destroyed the Haitian capital on Jan. 12.

Pinera Chile’s congress also was evacuated moments after Pinera was sworn in Thursday as a precautionary measure.

Aftershocks with preliminary magnitudes of 5.1, 7.2, 6.9 and 6.0, respectively, rocked Chile throughout the inauguration.

Pinera kept his cool but said Chileans shouldn’t ignore the possibility of dangerous waves. The Chilean Navy issued a tsunami warning, but the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said the aftershocks were too small to cause dangerous waves.

There were no immediate reports of damages or injuries but the temblor – and at least three other aftershocks – strongly swayed buildings – shook windows and provoked nervous smiles among the dignitaries attending Pinera’s inauguration at the congressional building in coastal Valparaiso.

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