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Real Life Doctor Who

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posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 03:51 PM
What is the deal with that image shack photo?? That can't be a human baby. Look at the feet!!! Look at all the hair on that infant. What the heck is it???

posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 06:28 PM
the image that meshuggah1324 posted has nothing to do with the topic of this thread, so I'm not quite sure why it was posted here. Please refer to this thread for discussion of it , and post any comments there.

posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 12:15 AM

Originally posted by theRiverGoddess

Originally posted by The Herbaliser
hmm my thread got moved. this seems very strange as doctor who is an alien. he was a time lord and they are not human therefore he is an alien and would be better suited to the aliens forum, maybe?

Dr WHO is a ~TELEVISION~ show.....not an actuall person.
The Alien section is for the discussion of actuall suspected ALiens......not for discussions of Start Trek creatures and other television charectors. The fact that yout topic does bring up Count Germain, does figure it to go in the Paranormal section, instead of the chit chat section where folks discuss television charectors.

It IS an interesting thought, that MAYBE somehow ~DR WHO~ was based on some real person though.......something to think about.
I do not think Count ST Germain traveled around in a phone booth though....

Isn't some fiction based on some fact? Always keep your mind for possiblities especially the things i read.But that would be cool if Dr.Who was real.

posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 05:39 AM
The mysterious Compte de St. Germain seems to apprear a lot througout hisotry.

posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 06:40 AM
Isn't there a story about Judas, or a Roman soldier, being cursed or something and having to roam the earth forever? Anybody know what I'm thinking of?

Am editing this: it's the "Wandering Jew" story, I was thinking about.

Could there have been one? I'll go Google...

Here's a good immortal link:

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posted on Aug, 31 2005 @ 09:07 AM
For a guy who was only in the role one year, Eccleston certainly did pop up a lot through history. Tom Baker was the Doctor for seven years---still my favorite---and they never did think to use the "various photos throughout history" plot device with him. In any case, it was a neat little way of helping to introduce the idea that the Doctor has been around a lot to a new audience, and I think it did the trick. The popularity of the new series is a welcome sight to long-time fans such as myself.
As for a similar type of phenomenon in real life, John Titor probably comes the closest, although Lee Harvey Oswald seemed to be able to be seen by people in about six places at the same time, but I guess that's an entirely different phenomenon than being seen throughout time. Just as impressive , mind you, but pretty easily explained since Oswald had so many doubles.

posted on Sep, 1 2005 @ 03:57 PM
Nice idea - the Idea of an Immortal pervades us as we have to come to terms with our own mortalities. Dr Who seems possibly one of the best sci-fi icons that GB ever produced. Very British.

True Lee Harvey Oswald seemed to pop up everywhere such is the beauty of Bilocations and also possible colluded Doubles. He wasn't the only one, Tim McVeigh the so called Bomber had another one it was said in the form of Robert McNichols.

Never heard of Jokn Titor, I'll have to check it out.

As for Dr Who it seemed to bring us a Westernised take on Reincarnation, you know with Dr Who astrally injecting at the point of Death to another Body. I can remember when Jon Pertree morphed himself into Tom Baker. It was a rainy grey Saturday afternoon and we had come back from our Grandparents, a smelly diesel bus journey, and the animal that sprung to Mind was the Spider. (I'll have to check that one out for sure)

Of course the Good Time Lord had the Baddy Time Lord, The Master. Enigmatic it was like sitting in the same room as Gerald Suster watching a Psychic TV film all those years ago. Goatee Beard et al.

There is a strand in conspiracy culture that clings itself to the fringe cliffs of the abyss by claiming that there are reincarnations within the so called Global Elite, an infamous Royal from the Victorian Eras was said to reincarnate as Hitler later on within the next century. This was according to David Icke in his Biggest Secret opus. Prince Edward it may have been, a bit silly any way but I actually found it funny first time around.

David Icke is no Angel either, I remember him on Morning Breakfast TV for the Sport, maybe he just got discredited or he did go through an iniatory identity past life crisis for want of not upsetiing him or his followers. This sounds like the sort of thing David would come out with, you know Illuminati Timelord Gone AWOL.

Them Montauk Conspracy Boys sure ham it up, with Tesla time travelling and Einstein, I haven't looked but I bet you get good kook info somewhere.

posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 09:48 AM
My favorite Who regeneration was Tom Baker into Peter Davison---although I hated to see Tom B go, the way it was done, with the "Watcher" mysteriously appearing and following the Doctor around in his adventure, then Tom falls off the telescope, then the Watcher approaches him and morphs into Tom's body and the companions all say "The Watcher---so he was the Doctor all along"---now that was cool.
As for Oswald and McVeigh doubles, indeed there were several---and pseaking of doubles and getting way off-topic, how is it that nobody seems to seriously be suggesting that the "Saddam Hussein" who might be about to stand trial could be a double? They sure talked about his doubles at great length before and during the invasion, but no one has suggested that the US might have secreted the real Hussein well away, with hefty rewards for 40 years of a job well done and playing his role perfectly, and then captured one of his doubles to stand trial in his place. Anyway, sorry, way off-topic like I said, but certainly worth considering.

posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 03:52 PM
Dr Who is cool - still don't know who this chap John Titor, is he a new age prophet or something?

I flicked through lots of Dr Who sites today, brought me back to the old days. Researched alot of the episodes from the guides. Amazing, I imagine some of the people who are into the occult studies would love to go through it again.

The history of Gallifrey is interesting where the Good Old Doctor comes from, look it up. The whole idea of the Matrix a vast Extra Dimensional Computer that holds all the records of the Time Lords and of waiting to manifest Timelords.

They travel through Vortexes like a Black Hole to Time Travel - inspiring. You have the Master the baddy from a different Family Bloodline to Dr Who's. Also there is this Criminal Family that practise Voudoun called the Faction Paradox. They have this bloodline genealogy linked to them even though they can't reproduce like normal humans as they have three of four strands of DNA-RNA, impressive.

Brutal Space Operatics.

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posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 04:55 PM
Ok so Elixir Pharmacuticals were on the news recently, having just isolated the gene that controls ageing.

Now they found that, (they have so far only done the experiment on worms and mice, not human testing)

this gene actually CAUSES the human body to age, meaning life does actually die ON PURPOSE.

More importantly, they know how to "reset" the gene.

This means that an elderly person, having had his ageing gene reset, would begin producing young cells, meaning his skin would become that of say....a 30 year old, his blood vessels, organs, would all begin to regenerate, as you have effectively made your body think "tum tee tum....hey im 20! hey body! produce more young healthy cells"

or something to that effect. I dont claim to know the ins and outs of it but there you go.


If you think about it, it is entirely possible that this man might have had a genetic "defect" in this particular gene, that caused his body to keep replenishing his old cells, instead of letting him grow old. His defect, if you can call it that, could have done naturally what this tech does artificially.

Here is a .News Article on ElixirPharm

"Normally this worm has a lifespan of just about two weeks," says Kenyon, "but when we change this one gene, now it lives twice as long, and it actually stays young longer than normal. So when the normal worms are on their last legs, so to speak, or in the nursing home, these altered worms are still moving around. They're much younger. So it's kind of like looking at someone who is 90, and thinking you're looking at a 45-year-old. That's the kind of change we're talking about."

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posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 05:23 PM
This is highly exciting news I have just checked out Elixipharm and this sounds Great, I checked out other titbits on other websites and I am impressed.

This is what what the Transhumanists and the Extropians have been wanting to try and access for years.

Life Extension is truly on the Path now, will it be swept under the carpet though?

What with Life Coaching and better diets and looking after ourselves we maybe looking at a prize in-situ Pandora's Box!

[edit on 2-9-2005 by castlesonair]

posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 07:04 PM
Less swept under the carpet and more destroyed by the feds. Most likely they will ban the tech and lock away all the research

posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 12:40 AM
Can't wait for Deus Ex to be

posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 01:04 PM
Woohhhh...COOL if your interested on where the story for Dr Who came from, you will be pleased to know that it's actually based on a real event.

Papers released to the Western Mail under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that Gethin Who, a popular doctor from Carmarthen, met with Winston Churchill in 1940 to discuss the use of time travel as a weapon against Nazism.

Sixty-five years ago today, Dr Who had an early morning meeting with the Prime Minister, during which he convinced Mr Churchill an SAS team could be sent back in time to kidnap a young Adolf Hitler.

Whole Story - I C Wales

posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 06:24 PM
I just had a look at that web page and I laughed my tits off. Hmmm, does this seem genuine, it is quite entertaining and slightly entertaining but what caught me for the trivial stakes was that his dog apparently had the pleasure to record with the Beach Boys - great stuff.

Their ideas were quite cool for their time, I like the idea of regeneration and that you know the immortal time-line of fusing into other bodies from the massive Matrix computer at Gallifrey. Very Buddhist and very Quantum with a modern Science to back it up.

posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 09:01 AM
Great article, thanks for posting it! I haven't enjoyed a linked article that much in a long time, got my day started off with a smile.

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