posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 09:14 PM
Rael and other organizations are trying to clone people, some say for medical purposes, some say to improve human life. But of course you would think
the government and corporations who run this country would also be interested in them to use the genetic makeup of people who have already become
leaders, to preserve the bloodline. Not just people like Einstein, but US presidents and other unusual, high up officials who are needed. Personally
that is why I am hoping they are not that successful with it, because I am hoping that the bloodlines of some presidents and government officials, who
are often descended from royalty, die out, so that hopefully a different breed of leaders comes about. Currently the younger generations are often
indigo children, who tend to be more childlike and don't put people down in the same way as the older generation. Just imagine if the White House
and HOuse of Representatives were filled with a bunch of aging Eminem's (the early 30's generation has similar stature and childlike features as
his). Then they would be more childlike and have less of an aura of authority about them, and would probably do things differently. Right now the
leaders might have trouble passing the qualities they prefer down to their children. Take a look at Chelsea Clinton, she doesn't look presidential.
Or Prince William. A while ago when the prince was younger the tabloids were poking fun at the 'royal wee', as if to say, 'is this really a
prince? How did this one get sired?' These people wouldn't have the personality to lead in the same way as their parents, they might be easier to
put down. Not only are a lot of children indigos, but also some think we are 'losing maleness', that the y chromosome is diminishing and may
disappear, which might really change the political climate.
AS it is, when the generations of indigos start to lead the country, it might be that very few if any would really have the skill to enter secret
societies like the skull and bones, or if they do, maybe they wouldn't be as adept, so that they would run things differently. But the race to clone
may then preserve these genes, which I think may be better off lost (things may not run as well, but people won't be as corrupt). If certain genes
of theirs are lost, they might lose the expertise to run the country as well, but then maybe they would have to restructure things. But also, the
childlike appearance of indigos might not just be due to genes, but also to pollution, as some say, so possibly they won't be able to prevent the
loss of this expertise. Then the world would be filled with a bunch of 'aged children', less corrupt, but less smoothly run.