This was another story that many of you spotted, so thanks to all of you who passed it along; we'll go with this version of the story submitted by M.W. (again, with our thanks). The story is evident from the headline to this blog: scientists have succeeded in creating the first synthetic embryos (of mice, incidentally).  One is tempted to call them "mad scientists", but I'll get back to that in a moment. Here's the story:

Scientists create world’s first ‘synthetic embryos’

Now if you read closely,  no doubt you spotted the same things that caught my eyes:

Researchers have created the world’s first “synthetic embryos” in a groundbreaking feat that bypassed the need for sperm, eggs and fertilisation.

Scientists at the Weizmann Institute in Israel found that stem cells from mice could be made to self-assemble into early embryo-like structures with an intestinal tract, the beginnings of a brain, and a beating heart.

Known as synthetic embryos because they are created without fertilised eggs, the living structures are expected, in the near term, to drive deeper understanding of how organs and tissues form during the development of natural embryos.

But researchers believe the work could also reduce animal experimentation and ultimately pave the way for new sources of cells and tissues for human transplantation. For example, skin cells from a leukaemia patient could potentially be transformed into bone marrow stem cells to treat their condition.


While most of the stem cells failed to form embryo-like structures, about 0.5% combined into little balls that grew distinct tissues and organs. When compared with natural mouse embryos, the synthetic embryos were 95% the same in terms of their internal structure and the genetic profiles of the cells. As far as the scientists could tell, the organs that formed were functional.

Hanna said synthetic embryos were not “real” embryos and did not have the potential to develop into live animals, or at least they hadn’t when they had been transplanted into the wombs of female mice. He has founded a company called Renewal Bio that aims to grow human synthetic embryos to provide tissues and cells for medical conditions.

There you have it: (1) the "embryos" aren't real embryos because (2) they didn't come about the "natural" way, and (3) only a few of them - about a half of a percent - actually looked like they were becoming embryos, but - whew! thank goodness! - they only looked like they were but couldn't actually have become embryos, and - oh! by the way, we're also going to be doing the same thing  and "grow human synthetic embryos to provide tissues and cells for medical conditions."  Notice the "disguised viability argument" which is couched in a uniquely circular fashion: those 0.5 % that look like they're developing into proper embryos aren't proper embryos because they cannot survive outside the womb because we're not providing them with an artificial womb (except that we are, in order to study 'tissues and cells for medical conditions' but we're not allowing them to develop into real embryos which it only looks like they're doing, but we can still use the developed tissue for other stuff...."

Uh huh...

I'm reminded of would-be baby-murderer, some former Democratic Governor, who was seriously flirting with making new born babies "comfortable" while having a chat with the mother to decide whether or not she wanted to keep her baby.

I'm not buying for a moment - not for one moment - that these scientismists won't want to do this with human embryos, and they they won't grow them to full term, and murder them, because they'll be arguing all sorts of sophistical points that they are not really human.

So the question is, why? What is or are those "medical conditions" that they are so intent on treating?

I have one guess, and it's a whopper doozie of a high octane speculation: the condition is aging and death.  "They" already know that stem cells, and even "young blood", if injected into older populations, reinvigorates them. For many years there has been a "meme" among alternative researchers that "adrenochrome" also restores youthful vitality. Some geneticists have seriously proposed that there is no reason humans cannot be, and should not be, virtually immortal. Some people - and I would be one of them - suggest that there is something "off" about the longevity of some of today's most notorious and frankly evil characters;  they fund and promote all manner of chaos and evil, call themselves "gods", and their skin is literally sagging and hanging in folds on their faces... you all know who I'm talking about. Other billionaires have openly admitted taking blood transfusions from very young people.

There is nothing that says that "science" may not ultimately prove successful in granting a kind of virtual immortality to humanity. Our oldest records, from the Bible to the Sumerian and Egyptian Kings' Lists, indicate that lifespans used to be much much longer. If the Old Testament Methuselah seems old, clocking out at a mere 967 years of age, it's worth pointing out that some of those kings' lists mention figures hundreds of thousands of years old. As I've pointed out elsewhere (in my first book in "alternative research" in fact, in The Giza Death Star), this longevity in part also accounts for something else those ancient records also maintain: that there was once a much higher civilization than our own, at least in terms of it scientific and technological achievements. If whole populations live much longer, that state of affairs is easy to imagine: whole generations of humans have to recycle all knowledge once every 20 years now, and at best, we as individuals  really only ever master one discipline now. Imagine living long enough to master several.

There was a cost, however, and one sees the dim outlines of that cost beginning to manifest themselves with the modern scientismist,  technocrat, and globaloneyist; it's a cost that comes in the form of two spiritual conditions, both of which we're beginning to see manifesting themselves again. The first condition is the ability to do whatever we imagine to do, with no restraints (particularly moral ones).  If that sounds a bit "Tower of Babelish", that's precisely because it is. The second condition is like unto the first, and is both its parent, sibling, and child: crushing boredom. The ancients had other words for the condition, like dispassion, apathy, anomie, and so on, but in our virtue-starved Gnostic age, we've forgotten that there are horrible spiritual states where one has become so bored with life that one raises and sponsors all sorts of chaos simply because one is bored, and simply because one can do so - and living hundreds, or hundreds of thousands, of years without an accompanying spiritual change might do it in spades. And yes, we all know who I'm talking about.

There will come a time, probably not too far off, when the choice will be stark: the virtual (but very real) immortality proffered by scientism, without the corresponding spiritual development, and a long life which can be an utter hell, or the conquest of death itself, in all its physical and spiritual ramifications, and rumor has it that was done only once, and not by a scientismist or a technocrat.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Sandygirl on August 9, 2022 at 7:29 pm

    I wondered about those envelopes passed out at papa Bush funeral, and the shocked look of Jeb. I think it was a picture of papa Bush looking like the reptilian creature he is, his true origins. But I think the picture showed some sort of detail that said this time around there would be no chance of reincarnation or being transferred to a different body.

  2. Awake on August 9, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    It was Sitchin that translated the kings list to say they lived for hundreds of thousands of years. I have read and heard other authors say that Sitchin was incorrect in his translations of time in the Sumerian language and cuneiform. This author that I’m speaking of also uses Sitchin’s publisher who allows this author to publish this correction of translation. This would bring the age more in line with conventional longevity of humanity. Then in my opinion, we add in the high potential that this entire world is a holographic construct based upon the DOA Paper: Analysis and Assessment of the Gateway Process. Seems to me that the Eternals who created and run this construct would utilize some form or combination of organic and crystalline / DNA-based digital life extension process. As I have said previously, this world is in the process of changing controller leadership and this is really just all part of disclosure to the masses that can manage these thought processes. I mean, what would the average human do if they actually met an eternal that was 200,000 years old? Worship them as god?? Oh…and all those Sumerian kings were NOT gods. The conversation should be about the Underworld & Heaven. Now that would be a very good conversation. As it is, those kings on that list were not from Heaven.

  3. zod1ac5corp1o on August 9, 2022 at 12:27 pm

    I am not as educated as most people on giza so I don’t feel qualified to comment. I do love Dr Farrells speculations though. Much food for thought. How bad will all this get I wonder? Are we going into a new dispensation as Edgar Cayce wrote? Aren’t the meek supposed to inherit the earth? Pretty sure whoever the meek are Dr Evil and his saggy eyed chums with the melting faces don’t qualify.

  4. antimason on August 9, 2022 at 10:42 am

    Your last paragraph reminds me of a Muslim hadith about false messiah Dajjal – the antichrist:
    Jabir Ibn ‘Abdullah said, “The Prophet said, ‘The Dajjal will appear at the end of time, when religion is taken lightly. He will have 40 (spiritual) days (about 1.25 years in actuality, according to scholars) in which to travel throughout the earth. (add these up) One of these days will be like a year, another will be like a month, a third will be like a week, and the rest will be like normal days. He will be riding a donkey (Business jet); the width between its ears (wings) will be 40 cubits. He will say to the people: “I am your lord.” He is one-eyed, but your Lord is not one-eyed. On his forehead will be written the word Kafir, and every believer, literate or illiterate, will be able to read it. He will go everywhere except Makkah and Madina, which Allah has forbidden to him; angels stand at their gates. He will have a mountain of bread, and the people will face hardship, except for those who follow him (sanctions and manipulation of rain and weather on earth). He will have two rivers, and I know what is in them (how they work and what makes them work). He will call one Paradise and one Hell. Whoever enters the one he calls Paradise will find that it is Hell (it will trap him in an instant), and whoever enters the one he calls Hell will find that it is Paradise (the truth, he will leverage the spiritual force behind this reality/duality to empower his sihr, if both were false things he would not have the power/force of presence (Himma) in the world to do what he wants).

    Could it be that the antichrist ‘s heaven will be a virtual reality one and that people who will be entering digital immortality will in fact be entering hell, while all the unplugged will enter heaven?

    Just a food for thought

  5. anakephalaiosis on August 9, 2022 at 3:24 am

    To increase shelf life of washed-out comics,
    Disney is cloning Mickey Mouse, in a secret super soldier program, at a Frankenstein frogfest, to produce goy-golem-goo spasm:

  6. FiatLux on August 9, 2022 at 2:51 am

    “Synthetic embryo”? To me this is simply a new type of clone. A curious linguistic shift… I can only guess “synthetic” is meant to dehumanize the human embryos they plan to create with this technology, to make it easier(?) to swallow the idea that you can take their organs and use them like a bunch of spare parts. Like SoCal G says, it could also be a way to create a new legal category for these embryos and their organs. Ugh.

    I’m sure they’ll use this to produce custom-made organs for the melty-faced elite crowd. It’s barely speculation to say this is about life-extension for Globaloney and his minions. But if they’re really interested in organ transplants, why not focus on developing technology to grow an organ from an organ cell, rather than growing an entire organism? I believe this is largely about developing the technology to grow custom-built “synthetic” adult humans to perform specific tasks once human reproduction is outlawed, the human fertility rate hits the floor, or the birth rate is demolished by whatever means.

  7. SoCal G on August 8, 2022 at 10:55 pm

    I get the nagging suspicion that one these mad scientists, or even worse one of these medical research Corporations are going to borrow the phrase from one of our old pals-that would of course be Mon(ster)santo and at some point down the road-as they become better at designing these embryos and are capable to sustain and bring them to the point that their organs are transplantable, to start referring to these synthetic embryos as “substantially equivalent” to those of humans.

    Of course there is all kinds of mischief one could do with these synthetic organs using crisper technology (and if I can think it, so that they) since there has to be some type of DNA in it.

    So if these organs are transplanted into humans, who owns them? Will they be considered a different class perhaps named “Synthetics”? What will their rights be? Imagine being one of these younger elites and having had synthetic lungs, heart, liver and kidneys transplanted into you. Are you human any more? This quest for the transhumanistic transformation of humanity continues to morally bankrupt medical science to the point where its fast becoming irredeemable.

  8. marcos toledo on August 8, 2022 at 8:35 pm

    It is interesting that Brave New World came before 1984 and that Aldous Huxley outlived Eric Blair and he criticized his pupal novel. But his pupal realized that the ruling class are at heart bullies and over-grown children at heart therefore sadists. It’s that idea that Aldous Huxley failed to understand. Anyone familiar with the movie The Island I have not seen it but deals with the nightmarish ends our elites will go to live long lives then there is the puppet movie Dark Crystal where the Skekisis first drain the Gelflings of their life essence then the Podlings to extend their lifespans.

  9. InfiniteRUs on August 8, 2022 at 5:15 pm

    I suspect one reason ancient peoples may have lived longer is the same reason why mammals and plants during that time were also much larger and heathier than today. There was more CO2 and oxygen in the atmosphere. Notice how once the CO2 levels went up just a tiny bit so did our life expectancy. Is modern medicine, sanitation, and better nutrition the only reasons for this increase in longevity?

    • InfiniteRUs on August 8, 2022 at 5:46 pm

      All this new tech and understanding may be why they no longer need as many sheeple. Large flocks of dumbed down sheeple might have once been needed to harvest enough of the embryos and organs they needed for all their mad longevity experiments and schemes. Now that they can grow better quality and quantities of whatever they need in labs, what do big corporate farms usually do when something is no longer profitable or marketable? Might not be a good time to be one of the obsolete sheeple. Now if sheeple are viewed as obsolete then so is all the agricultural and industrial assets needed to sustain them. Suddenly current livestock and farming liquidations become a lot more scarier. Governments operating like for profit corporations might have been a bad idea.

  10. Robert Barricklow on August 8, 2022 at 5:06 pm

    The first “publicized” synthetic embryos?

    On the other side of the future synthetic coin, is the roll in the synthetic hay.
    Those China Dolls are moving from manufactured plastic sex factories;
    into black market synbio breathing sex dolls, straight out of Blade Runner.
    Shame will have no place in the new world of synthetic digital sex,
    but that’s still around the embryo synthetic future corner.
    [maybe, just around it?]

    Now, when your undesirables are rounded-up, in some near-future;
    be sure not to be mistakenly placed in the synthetic iron bar hotel.
    It would be easy to do, as the test of a real good synthetic is just that;
    indistinguishable[from magic].

    Now, the interesting part of the vampire myth; is the immortal aspect.
    That w/o the stake through the heart; or, the sunshine firing up evil into ashes;
    the evil lives on – through the literal, feeding-off the living.
    Which is not true living, but synthetic living.

    Being born into death, results in several unforeseen manifestations.
    One leading to an unquantifiable spirituality of beauty;
    the other leading onto something worse than death.

    Being born into immortality?
    Counterintuitively; living long does not necessarily equate w/wisdom.
    In fact, it translates into something most people wouldn’t want living… period!

    The corrupting factor?
    Power, of course.

    [Built into the DNA script?]

    Meaning, the DNA is corrupted.
    Most likely suspect, for the corruption of DNA?
    Power, of course.

    Power, does not want to share[period!].

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