Cyrillic videos have been surfacing that detail a series of experiments creating Homunculus. Some of these videos are a little hard to stomach knowing
the process involved, and because they are downright creepy.
The homunculus first appears by name in alchemical writings attributed to Paracelsus
(1493–1541). De natura rerum (1537) outlines his method for creating homunculi:
That the sperm of a man be putrefied by itself in a sealed cucurbit for forty days with the highest degree of putrefaction in a horse’s womb,
or at least so long that it comes to life and moves itself, and stirs, which is easily observed. After this time, it will look somewhat like a man,
but transparent, without a body. If, after this, it be fed wisely with the Arcanum of human blood, and be nourished for up to forty weeks, and be kept
in the even heat of the horse’s womb, a living human child grows therefrom, with all its members like another child, which is born of a woman, but
Mixing species isn't anything new.. We currently do it with "Spider Goats". These goats have been merged with a spider, giving the goat's milk
the unique ability to form web proteins.
There is a video which does a very good job describing the original Cyrillic videos - but it's age restricted, so it wouldn't do any good to post
here. I found a 'reaction' video containing the descriptive video in the bottom right corner that isn't age restricted (does contain adult
Here are the original Cyrillic videos with English voice-over:
There is another round of videos with English voice overs that seem to detail the latest stages of the Cyrillic videos (like a "part 3"). The source
material seems to be the same as the originals. The videos show a Homunculus continuing growth in a fishtank / beaker.
The creature bears a strong resemblance to the original (something akin to parasitic). This creature was created using the same methods above,
producing one mass with what looks like an eye forming and another with a mouth. The two were placed together and began to merge. The result appears
to be a living creature that eats, has teeth, produces waist, has a defense mechanism (spitting poison) and is sensitive to
...I accidentally hit "post" instead of "preview" - these buttons need to be different colors and have space between.. Or have a confirmation dialog..
Bear with me - finishing the rest of the post...
There are a few videos showing how to fake a Homunculus video using magnets. The issue with these debunking videos is that the 'creature' doesn't look
or act at all like the original videos. Odds are that some of the videos could be fake, but possibly not all of them.
In this video the user shows how to make a fake Homunculus, and how to make it move. The issue is that the original creature seems to aim towards the
experimenter and 'spit' at him, causing the user to smash the creation with a book). The smashed creature only shows blood-n-guts, no
magnets.As one commenter described it: "In one of his videos, I believe the second one, the homunculus shot something at him, he got scared and crushed it with a book and it actually
seemed to have blood and guts, I did't see any traces of a magnet though, maybe you can take a look and comment further? I believe it's his Homunculus
video #2 or #3"
Another posted: "The creature was moving up. Not down to ground"
...There are also quite a few copycat videos showing obvious fakes. Things that look like salmon patties with yeast infections, or a filet with turkey
necks and eyes with what looks like grub worms.
All in all the original videos are very intriguing (not the obvious fake videos). If you look at the original poster's youtube channel they are all
normal "How To" videos (aside from the Homunculus videos). Click the username to go to uploads..
I didn't put this in Cryptozoology forum because it's not a discovered existing creature.
SkunkWorks is my new favorite ATS forum! ...Doing my part to bring ATS back..
Oh yeah - forgot to add... Consider that just because it's not within the realm of your experience, doesn't mean it's not real. I don't know either
way and am reserving judgement. This is what the original ATS was all about.
edit on 4-10-2017 by Pearj because: of poor button placement.
Also think about it. If you do want to try and mix our genes with that of a chicken you'll have to introduce the egg before it gets developed and
laid. Not sure how the egg of a chicken is made but once it's laid the genes from both roster and hen have already been mixed.
So take a hen. Inject sperm into hen like a roster would. Use a syringe though unless that get you off. Hen lays egg. Then then behold the monster you
have created. This is just hypothetical and my no means do I believe this will actually work but it's a better shot at it then the guy did in the
For those asking if I believe the originals are real.. I couldn't say with any certainty...
..I know that there is more to this world that what's in a science book - and I can say that with certainty.
Additionally, posts like this are what makes ATS - and it has value. If these should go in the jokes forum then it wouldn't be much of a conspiracy
site - would it?
SkunkWorks is one of the only surviving truly 'conspiracy' based forums left on ATS. SkunkWorks is about as close as you can get to the old ATS (less
the alien and ancient civilizations forums).
For those saying this has been debunked - please provide a source (I'm assuming your talking about the original, not the obvious fakes I addressed in
the OP). If that can't be provided then I'll assume you just believe this should already be debunked because it doesn't fit into your experience - so
you state it as fact (kind of weird, but fits the physiology of some folks).
"Consider that just because it's not within the realm of your experience, doesn't mean it's not real. I don't know either way and am reserving
judgement. This is what the original ATS was all about."
It may be fun to "poo-poo" on ATS content creators, but isn't that why you're here? Another way to say it, is without people like me creating
mysterious subject threads, you would have nothing to balk at.
For the eggs to be fertilized, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg. Thus, if
the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilized. If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilized.
edit on 4102017 by TerryDon79 because: (no reason given)
Though here's some stuff to consider while you're straightening us out. Would an egg contain life building blocks? Proteins an amino acids etc?
Probably. A human egg isn't pre-fertalized is it?
I do think you should explain further though - and you should put as much effort into helping me understand as you possibly can so nothings left to
chance. I need links and quotes. ...If you don't, millions will believe everything they hear. Without your attention and input, we're all just morons
wandering the Earth (save us).
it's a wonder every surface with a crevice isn't caked with a hard glaze...
and I admittedly just saw the vids and remembered them from a few years ago w/o watching them anew... so maybe the ruskie improved his methodology and
actually created mewling, mutant life from his (likely over abundant, unused) seed or got better special effects from all the hits... hard to say,
though I lean towards a skeptical, though good natured, "Riiiiiiiiiiiight."
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