Peter O'Toole may have been an early experimentation in Genetic resurrection of old DNA. Unexpectedly after 2 years in the Royal Navy he then went on
to receive a scholarship which opened the gates to the greatest heights of theater at the Royal Dramatic Art Academy as classmate of Alan Bates and
Richard Harris. We may ponder at the following resemblance which seems greater yet than that of his double Feter. Was the original Peter O'Toole a
resurrection of Horus Djer?
While not everyone will agree with the origin of Peter O'Toole being Djer, a Pharaoh of ancient Egypt, at least modern science has confirmed that it
is possible to clone DNA from Egyptian Mummies dating back to antiquity.
Molecular cloning of Ancient Egyptian mummy DNA
Regardless of whose donor DNA was used, here is evidence that Peter O'Toole was a clone, or at least was one of two twins separated at birth.
Peter O'Toole and Nazi Officer Joachim Peiper
It is interesting to note that his SS Officer "brother" was tried and condemned to death in Dachau for war crimes, but after McCarthy's
intervention was released and hired by Ferdinand Porsche for his US export market before working for Volkswagen.
Caught up in legal pursuits by former victims, he moved to France in 1972 writing military history and using the name Rainer Buschmann as a pen name
for German car magazines. After being recognized by locals he was publically denounced as a member of a Nazi SS continuity movement.
At 1 AM on July 13, 1976 his house was burnt down and an unidentifiable body found, he was presumed dead without any verifiable evidence. This time
period coincides with the replacement of Peter O'Toole by a doppelganger, and we can wonder if there might not be a relation between the two?
He could have had plastic surgery done to his ears to attempt to disguise himself, making them big enough to change his appearance? Why else would a
Peter O'Toole double avoid at all costs reducing his ears to fit the size of the actor he is replacing, if it weren't for a more important reason
yet, to make sure he wouldn't be recognized as a Nazi War Criminal?
Was it Peter O'Toole's body which was found carbonized in his house? And could this be one of the practical reasons for using clones in general? If
one of the clones is caught in a pinch, the other be baited and eliminated to serve as a convenient, almost genuine, death certificate... finger
prints and minor forensic details aside. Joachim Peiper worked with Himmler who was a proponent of Cloning and we can find his clones in the Soviet
Politburo and until recently in the White House.
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Peter O'Toole and Nazi SS Officer Joachim Peiper
We will note small cartilage differences in the nose, ears and chin which are quite common between clones with the same DNA. Something rather ironic
is that Peter O'Toole went on to play the role of a Nazi Officer in The Night of the Generals. He can be seen here on a poster advertising that movie
next to his "kin" which was the real thing.
One of the very best Hollywood actors has been replaced by another actor playing the part of... Peter Seamus O'Toole. The Doppelganger has a
different nose, closer eyes, a thinner longer head and considerably larger ears. Here are some photos of Peter and his impostor for comparison.
There is confirmation to his having been replaced prior to this film, making the unknown actor’s role as an impostor several decades long. It took
some patience, but I was able to capture a second or two during Murphy's War where you could catch a brief glimple of “Peter's” ear. It matches
that of the impostor pictured at an older age, and it can be seen that he is not the Peter O’Toole shown at the far right.
Beyond his different features, the impostor doesn't have the charisma of Peter who was quite a handsome man who oozed charm. Also, once a surgically
modified double ages, the similarity decreases and they look more and more phony. Peter O'Toole had sufficient culture to make a Mind Controlled
Clone less viable an option than a handler controlled actor usurping his identity. While the actor will fare much better in passing for him by his
expressive style and cultural references, the physical appearance is far less compelling.
We can see in this photo an impostor receiving an Oscar rewarding the career of the man he was replacing, to the right this imposter is ageing and due
to this looking less and less like Peter, and then he underwent surgery to try to look more like him.
However, while he is less obviously radically different from the original man, he still has very important discrepancies from Peter.
As for many other well-known actors, comedians, musicians and artists... we must bid farewell to Peter O'Toole who graced us with his magnificent
interpretations of Laurence of Arabia, Mister Chips and so many other unmatched performances ranging from Shakespeare to the original Casino Royale.
As a salute, here is Peter to the left.