This important article was spotted and shared by S.D., and we are very grateful to him for passing it along.  I think, once you read the article, you'll readily appreciate its significance to our "high octane speculation" focus on this blogsite:

Ancient Woman's DNA Recovered From 20,000-Year-Old Necklace Pendant

You'll note that the excitement stems from the fact that scientists in Germany have been able to take minute amounts of "environmental DNA" from an ancient deer tooth necklace, and analyze its genetic composition:

A pendant made from a deer's tooth has turned out to be a veritable locket of genetic information left by an ancient woman who lived in Siberia some 20,000 years ago.

Evolutionary anthropologists at the Max Planck Institute in Germany found a way to safely probe ancient artifacts for environmental DNA without destroying them, and applied it to a piece of jewelery found in the famous Denisova Cave in Russia in 2019.

Other than the fragments of her chromosomes, no trace of the woman herself has been uncovered, though the genes absorbed by the pendant with her sweat and skin cells lead experts to think she belonged to an ancient group of North Eurasian individuals from the paleolithic times.

The incredible discovery opens up the idea that other prehistoric artifacts made from tooth and bone are untapped sources of ancient genetic material. They could very well hide information on how our ancestors once used, carried, or wore objects in the deep, deep past.

"Our work redefines how cultural and genetic records can be linked in prehistoric archaeology," write the authors of the analysis.

Virtually every living thing leaves faint dustings of DNA in its surrounds as it sheds cells and breaks down. In recent years, scientists have become astonishingly good at finding these remnants of environmental DNA – or eDNA – in the air and soil.

You may be wondering why I found this story so significant.

Some time ago, I blogged about a "philosophical" school in Russia called "cosmism," and sometimes called "Russian cosmism". (See

The Russian cosmists, as I indicated in that article, believed that the resurrection of all flesh was not simply a Christian doctrine, but rather, an agenda to be pursued via technology, and that technology was and is environmental DNA. The basic idea, as the current article indicates, is that every living individual thing "sheds" DNA material into the environment: hair, skin cells, and so on, and that under certain conditions, this environmental DNA can to a certain extent be recovered.

Of course, we're a long way off from being able to recover this or that specific person simply from environmental DNA. But what is intriguing to note about the current article is that there was enough environmental DNA left in the deer tooth necklace to give geneticists a very good picture of the long lost woman's age and the tribal group to which she belonged.  While she's not one of the celebrated "seven daughters of Eve" popularized by Oxford geneticist Brian Sykes in his book of the same title, the fact remains that her clan was able to be identified via recovery of environmental DNA.  In other words, we have a bit of an advance on the technological capabilities we first pointed out in that 2017 blog.

Speculating a bit, the "bioplasma cloud" that all living beings carry around them could be used to reconstruct an individual's DNA, and eventually, this and other forms of environmental DNA could be used perhaps - with enough money and research - quite literally to detect and recover virtually anyone's DNA in a kind of extension of the same computer algorithms that have allowed geneticists to reconstruct the principle male and female haplogroups of humanity. With this recovery of DNA from a deer tooth necklace, we just took another step in that direction.

But there's a caveat with which I concluded my 2017 blog, and it bears repeating here:

Let that sink in for a moment: human DNA - thousands of years old - is recoverable from dirt.

Now let's speculate wildly here: combine this new capability, with that of cloning, the new techniques of "artificial wombs", and voila! Your test-tube baby might actually be - as Fyodorov speculated over a century ago - a long-lost relative or ancestor, at least, physically speaking. Of course, some readers will spot the philosophical problem: is a clone necessarily the same person? Well, not necessarily: identical twins have essentially the same DNA, but can be very different personalities and persons.

Nonetheless, the major outlines of Fyodorov's "ancestral dust collection" and "resurrection" project are beginning to fall into place. And with it, so are the major outlines of novelist Ira Levin's Boys from Brazil...

... I don't know about you, but I'd rather not live in a world of Ivan the Terribles, Napoleon Bonapartes, Pol Pots, Josef Stalins or Mao Tse-Dungs. The current bumper crop of malcontents is bad enough.

See you on the flip side...


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. DanaThomas on May 14, 2023 at 3:10 pm

    Pseudoscience is literally “biting the dust” LOL

  2. Randy on May 14, 2023 at 8:37 am

    Is cloning creating an ‘empty shell’ & how about demon possession ??? something just seems ‘off’ about ‘this’ 😈👿😈

    • anakephalaiosis on May 14, 2023 at 2:50 pm

      Empty shells aren’t born with souls, and do not form soul-based societies, and are therefore of no interest to demons.

      Demons want high trust societies, as feeding grounds, targeting vulnerable trust between children and parents.

      Those, with no love share, nor trust to spare, ain’t gonna be food for demons, because such individuals feed on demons.

      I’m a hungry (pen)dragon…

  3. Melodi on May 13, 2023 at 2:52 pm

    While I agree there’s an issue, it is also likely that clones of those people would not all be insane dictators. That comes in The Boys from Brazil and a few less well-known novels where “Baby Hitlers” become artists, movie producers, career military officers, etc. I’ve seen this done in fantasy and Science Fiction for some of the other monsters of history. Some did exhibit monstrous behavior even as tiny children (killing and torturing pets, murdering a sibling or parents), but most did not. Suppose there’s enough in the historical record. In that case, you can trace their transformation from a clever and not always honest (but relatively average person) to their complete fall into “Dictator Syndrome,” which is a medical term for specific brain changes that have shown up in the brains and scans of living and recently deceased dictators.

    This brain damage (or alternation) shows up as an increasingly shrinking in the areas of the brain that control impulsive behavior and decision-making (among other things). My husband and I did an informal survey of powerful Rulers and Warlords who did not seem to come down with dictator syndrome, even if they were not always very nice people.

    The one Common Thing we could find in historical figures that acted in accord with the symptoms of this condition was not having anyone left who dared to tell them they were making a mistake or tell them this or that idea was nuts.

    Examples were everyone from Henry VIII to Ivan the Terrible (or Charlemagne) or Alexander the Great.

    The one thing among dictators, warlords, and absolute rulers had in common that did not show signs of Dictator syndrome we noted was Genghis Khan (he had to listen to both his chief wife and his Uncles). Queen Elizabeth the First (I had to consider a group of highly placed advisors, some of whom would prefer a male King) and others whose names escaped me. That isn’t to say all these people were “good, “humble,” or even pleasant to be around, but they did not go positive murdering nuts either (that we know of).

    While you could argue Temujin (Genghis) and his family were “murdering bastards,” especially if your ancestor were victims. That was their actions in war, in his personal life, and in the Mongolian Capital he set up – His wives ruled in his absence, and he allowed people of all religions, including Christians, to live there (including missionaries), Buddhist Hindus, and Muslims. He encouraged trade and a higher status for women (directly under his wing, not war captives). He kept Chinese and other Wisemen as consoles. He listened to the Chinese Civil Servants who were used to directing “peasant” or even “Barbarian” Emperors when dynasties changed violently, as they did sometimes over five thousand years.

    So we had to take people (and dictators, the supposed absolute Rulers) in the context of their period and culture. Again, the one thing they had in common was they were not really as “absolute” as they seemed. They had a council, relatives, a wife or best friend that listened to them, and that person could tell them the word NO.

    Rulers who did not allow the world NO often started disintegrating and increasingly crazier even during rather short lives, like Alexader’s.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 14, 2023 at 5:04 am

      Elijah spoke up, and made a quick getaway, before the cat could sneeze!

      ‘Golden calves’ are simply a general metaphor, describing puberty-ridden leadership. Puberty itself is always a quagmire, and the point is, to get dry-shod onto the other side.

      To me, puberty is long gone, and I hardly ever was there at all, but others less fortunate get quagmired, and such swamped individuals become lunatic given power.

      Catholics project authority outside themselves, by prostrating to papal authority, and such pubertal enslavement is contrary to the free will, that is proto-Scythian self-empowerment, by Elohim-Fireballs.

      Elijah (Eli+Yah) means Elohim-Yahweh, who is the supreme patriarchal authority, who balances self-empowerment of Elohim-Fireballs, against Yahweh-Yearwoe, the solstice folkfest jubilee.

      This automatically produces Odin’s two brothers, Vili & Vé in Old Norse, as Will & Woe. Odin is of course Adon, the highest ranking chieftain amongst Scythians, who did runes hanging on a tree.

  4. Jerry Scheffer on May 13, 2023 at 7:44 am

    Genesis 2:7 Then the LORD God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 14, 2023 at 4:51 am

      Correctly translated, Yahweh-Elohim formed man from the dust.

      It means, that man was formed by Yearwoe and Fireballs, which opens up a plethora of creative cross-referencing associations, into multilayered complexity.

      When Alice is on mushrooms, it’s called rabbit hole.

      • anakephalaiosis on May 14, 2023 at 5:26 am

        BTW, if one see ‘dust’ as simply soil, then man is basically a homegrown potato, and when society is seen, as an abstract ‘greater man’, then Elohim-Yahweh – as calendar astronomy and solstice gathering – becomes organising principles in settlement, when creating an ordered cosmos, with a great social contract.


  5. marcos toledo on May 12, 2023 at 7:43 pm

    Joseph just because they might be genetically identical to Hitler, John the Terrible, Stalin or Mao doesn’t mean they would think or behave like them. They would share some behavior patterns but not all and life experience is also a factor in their behavior to put it in another way what soul would be inhabiting those bodies?

  6. Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2023 at 5:45 pm

    There is another construct going on before us in plain sight: and that is the ghost in the machine analyzing what is “human” for as many perspectives as is algorithmically machine learning capable. Reconstructing human; in order to capture said humans essence. Primarily concerned w/brain/mind data; not only in consumer grade EEG and EMG devices, but military-grade as well.
    Whether worn on scalps, or wrists, or deeply embedded in our brains, all these devices corporations and governments and scientists are using share one striking commonality. Each decodes our raw neural activity – which can be saved, aggregated, and mined for much more than what “they” said it was being used for. [By the way; Blackrock is the one of those, that embeds the technology into the brain. Surprised?] This neuro tech may become a requirement, in a chilling future; for employment.
    Now what were your thinking?
    Don’t tell me. I’ll consult your interface’s recording here.
    Whose that knocking at your door?

    The above is high speculation into where reconstruction, is ultimately headed; if man doesn’t get his act together, on setting course for a future that’s worth living for..

    • anakephalaiosis on May 14, 2023 at 4:48 am

      Satan dresses up like angel of light, and wolves come in sheepskin, and man has third eye, to know the difference.

      Third eye is the pineal gland on steroids, which explains, why Alex Jones is selling iodine, to boost ESP, on the sheep farm.

  7. Barbara on May 12, 2023 at 4:47 pm

    Loved that clip Bizantura. No matter how hard these DNA Magi try to meddle in human biology only Love makes us fully men.

  8. anakephalaiosis on May 12, 2023 at 6:49 am

    Today, Russian cosmists are in the process of resurrecting Alaska, from linguistic sound patterns, in dusty, old documents.

    The USA borrowing Alaska is an indefinite leasing agreement, and lender can resume ownership of property, at his own convenience.

    If you borrow a lawn mower from a neighbour, then you shouldn’t be surprised, if he shows up one day, and wants his property back.

    In Slavic folklore, dust bunnies are given a clean sweep, by Baba Yaga.


    • Randy on May 14, 2023 at 8:30 am

      President Eisenhower stated his support for the idea of statehood for Alaska early in his administration but also expressed concerns that needed to be overcome before that could occur. The greatest concern was the issue of national security; this was during the height of the Cold War and Alaska was on the border of the Soviet Union. Another concern was the amount of public land in the territory; 99% of the area was owned by the Federal government and a suitable compromise had to be arranged to transfer unreserved lands to the new state government.

      After the annual introduction of various statehood bills H.R. 7999 passed in the House on May 28, 1958, passed in the Senate on June 30, 1958 and was signed into law by the President on July 7, 1958. On January 3, 1959 he signed the official proclamation admitting Alaska as the 49th state. Where is it stated that U.S. is “leasing” ??? curious 👀

  9. Bizantura on May 12, 2023 at 6:35 am

    The Fifth Element Regeneration Scene HD

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