Article by Nirmal Narayanan April 30, 2020 (ibtimes.co.in)
• The ‘Alien Autopsy’ video shows an autopsy procedure conducted on an alien that was found in the Roswell crash debris in 1947. The video has been on the internet for years, and was originally premiered on Fox Television under the name: ‘Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction’. (see full video below)
• The video’s owner, Ray Santilli, says that a clip from the original alien autopsy military video was supplied to him by an anonymous military cameraman. In 2006, Santilli admitted that the released film was actually a staged reconstruction of the original clip, which had badly deteriorated. There are still a few frames from the original autopsy in the reconstructed footage. This admission put Santilli in a bad light as merely a publicity seeker.
• Filmmaker Spyros Melaris is the theatrical artist who reconstructed the video. The reconstructed footage was shot at Melaris’ girlfriend’s house in Camden, north London. Melaris revealed that a foam alien sculpture filled with offal, animal organs and pig brains was used to fake the autopsy. “It was not an easy task,” said Melaris. “I was fortunate to have access to professional filming and editing equipment. More importantly, I also had access to a handful of very talented people.” “I wanted to create the biggest illusion ever performed on a global stage.”
• Now, alien hunter Scott C Waring is claiming that the released clip was indeed the original, and that the CIA and MI5 paid Santilli to say that the footage was fabricated. They wanted the public to stop believing in this raw footage from the actual Roswell UFO crash. Waring says it is all part of a disinformation program called Project Blue Bird.
• To support his theory, Waring cites the fact that fake videos started dominating the world in 2008 when YouTube started monetizing clips. But the autopsy footage was shot in 1947. The techniques used by the doctors in the video clearly shows that it was shot in the 1940s. “The autopsy video shows detailed inside organs, blood, and bones that no video would show until the 1970s. Not only is the autopsy of an alien seen in the video, but actual metal parts from the Area 51 crash site were seen in the doctor’s hands with the only high detail of the alien writing symbols in existence.”
• [Editor’s Note] Ray Santilli purchased the rights and video to the actual 1947 Roswell alien autopsy, and the famous grainy photo is an actual photo of the event. But the original footage he acquired was too grainy and deteriorated for a full video, so he recreated part of the scene for the video that he ultimately released. So the “alien autopsy” film that Santilli released in 1995 was not a hoax but a “restoration or recreation” based on and containing some real footage. “Let me just be clear,” said Santilli, “I was not there in 1947, so I can’t say for sure if it is an alien, but it is the original camera footage.” “By the time we got back, (the film) had deteriorated to a certain extent and we were not able to use it, and (we) recreated a fair section.”
When the recreated footage was released, however, Mr Santilli and his team did not make it clear it was a remake of poor quality original footage, which Santilli still possesses. The recreation video was produced inside a north London flat. The “dead alien” was sculpted by motion picture special effects expert John Humphreys, using cow and lamb organs from a local butcher shop. The 1940’s-era surgeons’ outfits and medical equipment were supplied from prop providers in the UK and USA. The 16mm film was then spliced with an original Pathe newsreel to help convince experts from Kodak that it could be real.
According to Linda Moulton Howe and Richard Dolan, a Memorandum by Dr. Christopher “Kit” Green dated March 23, 2001, giving his “professional evaluation of the ‘Alien Autopsy Film/Video and other related information”, was leaked by physicist Eric W. Davis to Robert Bigelow, and revealed that this 1995 Santilli video of an alien autopsy of a “6-fingered, 6-toed” alien entity is in fact real. The being was retrieved from a crashed saucer in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
Dr. Green’s career began in 1969 as a Senior Division Analyst for neurosciences at the CIA. In the mid-1970s, Dr. Green was a program manager for Controlled Remote Viewing research. Dr. Green “was briefed three different times during and after his tenure at the CIA on topics relevant to UFOs and the Roswell Incident Alien Autopsy.” Dr. Green confirmed that the “Alien Autopsy film/video is real, the alien cadaver is real, and the cadaver seen in the film/video is the same as the photos Kit saw at the Pentagon during briefing # 2.”
A video that shows an autopsy procedure conducted on an alien has been rounding the internet for many years. The video was originally premiered
on Fox Television under the name ‘Alien autopsy: Fact or Fiction’, and in the show, musician Ray Santilli claimed that the autopsy was conducted on an alien body recovered from the Roswell UFO crash site in 1947. The British musician also made it clear that the clip was supplied to him by a military cameraman who wished to stay anonymous.
Was Santilli silenced?
However, in 2006, Santilli admitted that the released film was not authentic, and it was a staged reconstruction of the original clip. As per Santilli, the original clip became deteriorated, but there are a few frames from the original autopsy which were included in this reconstructed footage. The admission from Santilli put him on bad light, and several people alleged that the British musician had released the clip just for the sake of publicity.
It was filmmaker Spyros Melaris who reconstructed the video, and he apparently shot these visuals in his then girlfriend’s house in Camden, north London. After nearly two decades of the video release, Melaris revealed that a foam alien sculpture filled with offal was used to fake the autopsy, and he also used animal organs and pig brains to fool the public.
“It was not an easy task and, apart from the look and feel, the film had to be correct in every aspect — the props, the costumes, every little detail. I was fortunate to have access to professional filming and editing equipment. More importantly, I also had access to a handful of very talented people. For me, ‘The alien autopsy’ film was a challenge. Could it be done? As a magician, I wanted to create the biggest illusion ever performed on a global stage,” said Melaris, the Sun reports.
The infamous “Alien Autopsy” film
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