'Sirius' was one of the most successful crowdfunded documentaries ever, based upon the work of ufologist Steven M. Greer. Now the team are back with a brand new film containing even more top-secret evidence supporting extraterrestrial contact including witness testimony, classified documents and UFO footage while also exploring the consequences of ruthlessly enforcing such secrecy.
The new documentary, 'Unacknowledged' is being billed as "an exposè of the greatest secret in human history" and aims to expose secret which the makers claim have have been kept from the public by the US president and other world leaders since the 1950s.
The documentary promises to share details of the military's use of ET technology, zero point free energy, anti-gravity research and the real agenda behind "Star Wars" Strategic Defense Initiative of the 1980s and early-90s. All this is claimed to be part of illegal, covert operations at the core of a UFO cover-up.
With over 100 hours of top secret military, corporate and intelligence whistleblower testimony, thousands of classified documents and 25 years of behind-the-scenes meetings with the world's elite, Dr. Greer will take the viewer on a journey that he promises will be astonishing, disturbing and inspiring.
The team behind 'Unacknowledged' claim to have evidence that we are not alone in the universe and will reveal how secret factions on Earth have been researching alien technologies since WWII. It's claimed that this advanced technology, which allows interstellar civilisations to travel across the galaxy, could change our planet beyond all recognition if it ever became public.
The revelation would destroy the oil and coal industries, all current forms of energy generation and transportation would be rendered obsolete. Cut free of these restraints, mankind would embrace a new world free of poverty and pollution which would usher in an era of peace, abundance and interstellar exploration.
Dr. Greer will be hoping that 'Unacknowledged' is as successful as its prequel, 'Sirius' which reached No. 1 in Netflix's documentaries category. The movie is due to be released in May 2017 in conjunction with a companion book, edited and published by New York Times Bestselling Author Steve Alten.