Originally posted by someotherguy
If Peter O'Toole was a clone of a pharaoh, why would he be replaced? *scratches head*
Point well taken. The reason I wondered if this might not be the case is because of what we might want to call "The Diana Syndrome" given her
public sacrifice in a ritual manner.
It is possible that certain key figures are cloned and built into Demi-Gods, as was already done in Roman times, to then be assassinated or sacrificed
according to occult rituals. The mystery religions which do this would want to "offer the Gods" those who are the most admired, meaning that they
would need to ensure their rise to celebrity status first. Once they were ritually sacrificed, they would then be replaced "ad hoc" with whatever
they had handy, actor, imitator, lookalike or another clone.
Once a clone is created it may not have an assigned soul, making its body a welcoming host for lost souls, entities seeking to possess a body, or even
maybe light beings on a mission to help out humanity. For this reason I do not share the idea that all clones must necessarily be innately evil or
devoid of soul. The fact that they may not have a pre-ordained soul might open onto other possibilities from the worst to the best?
Thanks for wrestling out these ideas with me in this thread, it is a Gordian knot if there ever was one.
Regarding whether these are cloned individuals or people who have reincarnated, the past life scenario isn't entirely satisfactory, at least
respective to its traditional interpretation of linear lives and successive incarnations. After all, why on Earth
would we need to relive our
lives on Earth so many times? It can't be for a shortage of souls, unless you consider that a majority of today's incarnated billions have no
If it was that important to learn mysterious lessons of life to the point of requiring multiple incarnations, then they could be outlined a bit better
to economize the time and effort? Somehow there is a lot which doesn't make sense in this and other mystico-religious interpretations that explain
without satisfying rationality. For me, that the world is mysterious and marvelous isn't enough, I seek purpose and insight.
There is something which might explain some of the very mysterious phenomena which go unanswered by our traditional paradigms. These are witness
accounts, which is to be taken with a grain of salt but an open mind seeking any useful clues, by military officers assigned to the ultra classified
Majic 12 Alien Presence Cover Up operations.
One describes an 8 foot tall woman from Orion sitting on a large blue glowing crystal (yeah, I know you first have to get past this) and showing those
attending a holographic projections of the Earth's history and the interactions with Aliens since the beginning of our time, as well as showing other
Another testimonial I found pertinent to our study is the transcript of Dr. Burisch's “Last” Interview of September 18th, 2002, especially a
passage on page 22 of the following document:
"From what I understand from what I've read, and from the conversations to which I've been privy, we are in fact living in a chimera a
reality chimera, which hodge-podges together the reality time-line that we would normally associate with moving from A to B, cause to effect, with the
nexus being the passage of clock-time and a hodge-podging together superimposed onto that in our reality of errors that we made in our future, to
attempt to go back into our past to correct the problems of our future."
Military Folks Expose Cover Up
It sounds like a MacGyver theory where you mess everything up and then try to fix what you broke. But our world does look very much like it is in
want of repair and patched together in wondrous ways to the point it is amazing that it even marginally functions.
In any case the Clone Mystery remains intact, are these clones, are they reincarnated people from the past haunting the present, are they just
ordinary blokes who happen to look like somebody? There's probably a simple explanation, once we manage to stumble upon it.