A report by the New York Times describes how Barbara Streisand paid $50,000 to have two clones made of her favorite pet dog that passed away last year. The story reveals how open source cloning has been developing in scientific laboratories over the last 20 years, and may be opening the door to human cloning becoming a reality, if it is not already.
The New York Times describes how cloning has evolved since “Dolly the Sheep” who was born in 1996. The New York Times tracks how research shifted over years to clone “about two dozen other mammal species, including cattle, deer, horses, rabbits, cats, rats — and yes, dogs.”
Over 600 dogs have been cloned so far by a Korean researcher made infamous for claims about cloning humans. Chinese scientists have cloned monkeys using the same technique that produced Dolly the sheep two decades ago.
“Humans are primates. So (for) the cloning of primate species, including humans, the technical barrier is now broken,” Muming Poo, who helped supervise the program at the institute, told reporters in a conference call.
According to a number of whistleblowers, cloning has been occurring since at least the 1970’s. Dr Peter Beter was appointed by President John F. Kennedy to serve as General Counsel for the Export-Import Bank of the United States, a position he held from 1961 to 1967. In an audio letter dated May 28, 1979, Dr. Beter said:
“Clones of all kinds of animals have been produced successfully in the laboratory, but that is not what bothers people. In the recent past it has been claimed that human clones are also possible and that some may already be in existence. These last claims about human clones have been ridiculed, denied, and suppressed by all kinds of officials–the reason is that the idea of duplicate human beings impinges upon a super-secret realm of Intelligence activities by both Russia and the United States.”
Animal cloning according to Dr. Beter was occurring at least 20 years before Dolly the Sheep in highly classified research projects.
Have Humans Already Been Cloned?
Have you ever wondered if the biblical story of Adam & Eve is the result of cloning? Is it possible the humanity has been geoengineered? I’d say that’s quite possible.
It seems one Fertility specialist Panayiotis Zavos sensationally broke the sacred taboo of human individuality by cloning 14 embryos and placing 11 of them into the wombs of four women. A British woman was alleged to be among the one single and three married patients who were said to be happy to become pregnant with the first cloned embryos specifically created for the purpose of human reproduction. The other women came from the United States and an unidentified country in the Middle East.
Dr. Zavos also froze some blood cells of a 10-year-old girl, named Cady, after her death in August 2002, and combined them with cow eggs to create a human-animal hybrid embryo. With her mother’s consent of course. Cady’s mother said she was happy for the cells to be implanted in a human womb if there was a chance of a clone of her child being born.
‘Cady was simply everything to me,’ she said.
‘If there is one chance in a billion that it would work, of course I want to do that.
As a mother myself, I cannot even imagine wanting to clone my own child if she were to pass away. You can’t clone a soul. It wouldn’t be the same person. Our bodies are just physical vehicles for our non-physical existence we are just NOW beginning to understand. We’re probably already surrounded by clones and don’t realize it.
I also am not surprised that a movie called ‘Replicas’ is being released in theatres in August of this year. Creeped out yet?