Originally posted by Getsmart
I can confirm the very strong likelihood of The Temptations having their DNA sampled and replicated - unless they themselves had been CLONES
Let's go back to The Temptations singer Melvin Franklin (1942-1995) and his clone basketball player James Harden (born 1989). As we can notice,
Harden was born before Franklin passed away --so both of them were very much alive at the exact same time, however brief this time was.
Which means we are exclusively dealing with engineered cloning here-- and not takling about physical reincarnation in the exact same body as one could
have thought when studying look alikes from different centuries.
For those who do not follow sports/the NBA, Harden couldn't agree to a contract extension and therefore was dealt from the Oklahoma City Thunder --a
team which barely lost the Finals last year-- to the Houston Rockets --a team that's years away from contending, but has crazy money to spend and
will give Harden stardom and exposure in one of the worlds largest City.
To sum it up, Melvin Franklin's clone a.k.a. James Harden picked money, fame, and individual accolades above collective success, brotherhood --which
was all what OKC was about-- and a chance at being part of a rare NBA dynasty.
Now, let's look at James Harden's stare from the press conference that was held to introduce him as a Houston Rocket, a few days ago.
It's obviously an empty stare /mind-controlled puppet gaze, isn't it?
The bottom line of this topic turns out to be possession, indeed. And someone who's possessed wil always look first and foremost to satisfy his
What if aside ruling over and being worshiped by the general population, one of the roles of clones was simply to... make money --to invest in clone
makers' businesses maybe?-- and make our contemporary financial system walk the walk until it collapses.
In exchange for promoting, feeding and feeding on such a system, clones would be put in situations to rise, overcome and succeed as an individual and
live like modern kings and queens?
At the same time, those mind controlled puppet/cloned celebrities would lead their fans to the path of falsehood, make them spend their hard earned
money, and thus want to achieve the same unattainable, lofty goals?
Originally posted by Getsmart
Tammi Terrell CLONED as Beyonce is another case, although many people will have a hard time distinguishing features when the more recent rendition has
apparently "benefitted" from modern cosmetics bleaching skin creams giving her a more mainstream whitened look ?
Tammi Terrell does look a lot like a younger Beyonce --who then had darker skin and baby fat cheeks too, before she slimed down and got all whitened
up. Both features the same smile and general facial features.
Originally posted by GetsmartAs soon as I have time I shall not fail to explore the films you recommend, examining them for clues and
leads to unravelling the origins of THE CLONE CONSPIRACY. However I think that the logic behind CLONING certain personalities to assume certain roles
in this "incarnation" or replication, is not so much that they will seem plausible to the public due to some collective unconscious acceptance of
them as credible, but more likely by the CLONERS assumption that they have imbedded into their BLOOD AND DNA certain characteristics which predispose
them to success in such a role, as an entertainer or as a political leader.
You're probably right, GS.
Here's another case of clone that strenghtens your theory.
Boxing Legend Jack Johnson (1878-1946)
Basketball enigma Bismack Biyombo (born 1992)
The long-armed Jack Johnson was the best boxer in the world thanks, in part, to his reach -- A DNA feature that could pay off in basketball, right ?
Well, Bismack Biyombo, was born in Congo and came out of nowhere --i.e. Spanish League 3rd (thiiiiiiiiiiird) Division-- to be drafted in 2011 by the
Michael Jordan-owned Charlotte Bobcats, despite being very raw as a basketball player --he started playing organized basketball four years ago, at the
age of 16 ! If not for his crazy 7'7" wingspan and 9'3" standing reach that could turn him into a potential legendary shotblocker, he would not be
But Thanks of his DNA, Jack Johnson's clone was put in a situation to succeed as an individual. And because athletic, 20 year old big men with
gigantic arms do not grow on trees, Biyombo might get between $8-11 millions a year once his rookie contract expire.
Clones factory = money makers factory ?
Where does this money go ?