|What do we do with these hybrids??||
|What/who are they?
Are they souls with redeemable spirits?
|For the first time, scientists have grown an embryo that is part-pig, part-human. April 25, 2017|
The very idea that humans are closest to Pigs is an insult to the Creator. Now, they have taken it even farther and mixed human DNA with Pig DNA to create Human-Pig hybrids. If that is not enough, they are polluting our very own DNA with the flesh and blood of PIGS!!…Satan is laughing.
The forces behind the scientific community are none other than Satan and his fallen angels. They have been working behind the scenes for two thousand years. Prior to that, they were proudly working in the open, which they have begun to do again. They have formed this world into an environment suitable for their return. I would say they are soon coming, but they are already here. Many people are beginning to see them in their physical forms. It is just a matter of time before the full invasion. Men’s hearts will fail for fear of what is coming upon this earth.
These human hybrids/Chimeras that they have been creating are nothing new. These creatures walked the earth before. There is nothing new under the sun. This is what was going on in the DAYS OF NOAH. This is the reason that God had to destroy the earth and everything in it. The whole earth had been corrupted.
If you have not already seen the series of articles titled “Its in the Blood” I strongly encourage to you to go over it, at your earliest convenience. There is a lot of information there that will help you to get a good handle on what is happening in the area of Chimeras/Hybrids.
Is it a pig or a human? Take a look at this strange creature and decide
Mutant Pig with human FACE and ORGAN on its forehead draws
crowds and cash offers in China
What do we do with these creations? What kind of life are they entitled to live? Do they have rights equal to those who are fully human? What about their spiritual condition? Are they redeemable? Do they belong to GOD? What happens to them when they die?
The scientists don’t really give a damn. They see all of us as useless eaters. They have no remorse or concern for our well being. You can only imagine how they see these hybrids, or worse yet, how they treat them. If they don’t see human life as having any value, how could they possibly consider the life of these “things” they have created?
These crazed delusional maniacs will stop at nothing. They are driven to push the boundaries. Their thirst for power, fame and financial reward is unquenchable. They, like their Father the Devil, desire to be like GOD. Worse yet, they believe they can “become gods”.
Human-pig hybrids for organ transplants could develop into monsters with ‘OUR brains’
Chimeras & Nephilim in Black Ops w/ Wes Germer of Sasquatch Chronicles
Cryptid Hybrids: As it was in the Days of Noah
It’s in the Blood Part 4 Dark Side of Transplants
It’s in the Blood Part 5 Human Hybrids
Human-pig hybrids for organ transplants could develop into monsters with ‘OUR brains’
Sadly, I cannot even tell you how many times I have read or heard testimonies from medical staff or technical staff or military staff, who had the misfortune of discovering containers holding creatures much like these. Horrified to see the bodies of what exactly, no one knows. Whatever life forms were combined to create these hapless creatures, we have no idea what they would have become had they ever fully developed. We know even less about the creatures who have lived and are currently inhabiting this earth. I, like everyone else I suppose, tried to dismiss these stories as fiction. My poor heart did not want to believe, it seemed so out of the realm of reality to me at the time. Now, I know those people were telling the truth. God bless them for their courage. And God, erase those horrible images from their minds. GOD save us from what is about to come.
Some of the creatures featured here may not be real but merely Artists creations. However, I can promise you that the reality that is hidden from us, is currently much worse than we can even imagine. Scientists across the world have been playing with this stuff for a very long time. Now that they have been given sanction by the government, you can bet that they will be escalating at remarkable speed. The images on this page are tame compared to what is about to be manifested on the earth. I pray that you are prepared to deal with it. We must ask ourselves if we have contributed to the corruption of the earth. What are you doing to make a difference? Are you praying? Seeking GOD for mercy? Praying for divine intervention and revelation of truth? There may not be anything we can do, in the natural, to stop these madmen. BUT, there is plenty that we can do in the spirit. THERE IS ABUNDANTLY MORE THAT GOD CAN DO, and will do. IF WE WILL HUMBLE OURSELVES AND PRAY AND SEEK HIS FACE.
I am telling you that everything that happens on the earth has a spiritual basis. There is nothing new under the sun. Everything that we are experiencing has happened in the past. Our true history has been erased and/or hidden from us. The enemy was very cunning and kept the truth hidden so that the world would not be prepared for the deception that is already here. The great deception has begun.
FDA used taxpayer money to purchase fetal tissue for experiments
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“But about the signs: Look, the days will come when those who live on earth will be seized with great terror. The way of truth will be hidden, and the land will be barren and devoid of faith. Injustice will be multiplied beyond what you yourself see and beyond what you have heard of formerly.
Noah and the Pig Pen – An End Time Parallel
Most Christians already know there is an end time parallel between Noah’s day and the end of the world.
“If we do not make a determined effort to pray and search God’s Word for greater truth each day, it is inevitable that we will become desensitized by sin. I remember the first time we drove through Nebraska. Shirley and I were returning from Seattle and we did not know about the big hog farms located in that state. I was driving along enjoying the open road when suddenly we encountered an overwhelming stench that took our breath away. I looked around expecting to see some big carcass beside the road. I grabbed a tissue to cover my nose.
The smell was overpowering. I had been driving about 70 mph, but I sped up, hoping to escape the odor. I remember thinking to myself, “Man, I don’t know what was killed, but it must have been huge to stink this much.” The faster we went, the worse the smell became. After a few miles, I saw some signs and I realized the overpowering stench was not from a dead animal, but from living animals – thousands of pigs!
I was surprised their pungent odor permeated so many square miles. I remember thinking to myself, “This must be how this Earth smells to God.” No wonder God required the priest to use incense in the earthly temple. I was amazed that the local people did not notice the odor! I have since learned that people who live in or near the pig farms do not notice the smell of their pigs unless an unusually strong breeze puts it in their face. Sin has the same effect. The foul odor of sin often goes unnoticed by the people of this world. We have grown accustomed to it. It is the way of life in every culture. A few months after the smelly incident in Nebraska, I was conducting a seminar in Colorado and mentioned this experience to the audience. During a break in the seminar, a man came up to me and said, “I owned a large pig farm for 30 years and the odor did not bother me until we sold the farm and moved into town. I never understood why people became so aggravated by the smell of my pigs until we moved away and my own nose was cleaned out!”
When the farmer moved away from his pigs, his nose began to work! When we distance ourselves from Sodom and Gomorrah, we see how wicked sin is! Sin, like Novocaine, deadens our senses. The vaudevillians did not take Noah’s message seriously because they were spiritually numb.” Source
‘Manimals’: The next frontier in scientific research?
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 9, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — The Obama Administration is proposing tax funds for researchers to create half-animal, half-human beings for experimentation.
The federal government’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced a proposed change in the ethical limits of federally funded research, allowing animal/human “cross-species,” called “chimera” research.
By injecting animal embryos with human stem cells, scientists can create “chimera” hybrids, which can then be used to learn more about human illnesses.
NIH Associate Director for Science Carrie D. Wolinetz told the Washington Times, “These types of human-animal organism(s) … hold tremendous potential for disease modeling, drug testing, and perhaps eventual organ transplant.”
By creating and nourishing these beings, letting the hybrid embryos develop into fully grown animals with human cells and organs, scientists can then use the human/animal for experiments, ostensibly to learn about and treat diseases.
Researchers say they might be able to breed sheep, pigs, and cows with human hearts, kidneys, livers, pancreases, and other organs for human transplantation. Pushing the ethical envelope even further, the NIH says creating animals with human sperm and human eggs in order to study human development and infertility is a possibility.
William Saletan of the Washington Post, in a cautionary article titled, “Making Manimals,” explained, “The more you humanize animals, the better they serve their purpose as lab models of humanity. … It’s the future of medicine.”
Proponents of the research say federal tax dollars are needed to advance scientific understanding and treatment of diseases such as diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. They add that for decades scientists have been putting human tissue into animals, such as implanting human tumors in mice to experiment with drugs to effectively treat cancer.
Critics say creating a species of partially human “chimeras” is inhuman, unethical and immoral. The NIH, recognizing those concerns, proposes certain restrictions and an additional level of external oversight for chimera research.
One proposed restriction is that no ape species be used, because apes are too close to homosapiens. A second restriction would be to prohibit an animal sperm and human egg to breed, as well as prohibit any breeding involving animals with human sperm and human eggs, which could create human babies inside animals.
The NIH limitations, however, do not satisfy critics, who say implanting tumors in mice is a far cry from creating a new, animal/human hybrid creatures. For instance, the brains of these animal/humans, they charge, may induce a “humanlike state of sentience.”
As National Public Radio reported, “Animals that have partly human brains” may be endowed “with some semblance of human consciousness or human thinking abilities.”
New York Medical College biologist Dr. Stuart Newman decries such animal/human experimentation, calling it “a Pandora’s Box.” “You’re getting into unsettling ground that I think is damaging to our sense of humanity,” he said.
“Pigs with fully human brains. Humans with animal brains that would be used for research or body parts. Who knows?” Dr. Newman speculated. “I think that we just can’t say, ‘Since it’s possible, then let’s do it.'”
Dr. Robert George, McCormick professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University, told LifeSiteNews, “Once again, they want to do what we were told ‘no one will ever want to do.’ Do you remember when we were told that scientists working with stem cells wanted only to use ‘spare’ embryos left over from IVF efforts that would otherwise die or be left in permanent cold storage? No one, we were told, was proposing to create embryos by cloning or other methods for experimentation in which they would be exploited and destroyed. That would be unethical!”
“Of course, in no time flat the demand shifted to research embryos to be created by cloning in order to avoid the luck of the ‘genetic lottery’ and control the genetic makeup of the embryonic stem cells,” said Dr. George, a former member of the President’s Council on Bioethics.
“We were also told that no one wanted to create human-animal hybrids. Now that is precisely to be demanded,” Dr. George pointed out. “Anyone who can’t see a pattern of dishonesty here just doesn’t have his eyes open.”
Catholic Medical Association (CMA) President Dr. Lester Ruppersberger told LifeSiteNews, “Non-human animals are a valuable resource for medicine. However, there are compelling moral reasons to refrain from applying biotechnology to create chimeras or hybrid organisms that are partly human and partly nonhuman.” He emphasized, “Prevention of harm to humans is a moral mandate.”
As a matter of official stance, “The CMA opposes any chimeric and hybrid research and technology that fundamentally alters human nature as designed by God.”
Dr. Ruppersberger elaborated, “The CMA believes that a distinct moral boundary separates human from non-human animal life. This boundary is not definable by cognitive, physical or genetic criteria alone. This boundary was established by God when He created humankind in His image and likeness.”
“God granted humankind alone a spiritual nature and gave humankind responsibility and dominion over all the other creatures,” Dr. Ruppersberger explained. “We must respect the created and clear boundary between humankind and animals.”
Rod Dreher, a senior editor at the American Conservative, said creating partially human animals is wrong. “We are a perverse and wicked generation who deserves what we are going to get,” he predicted.
Dr. Ruppersberger did say his organization “endorses further evaluation to determine whether ethical chimeric and hybrid research and technology may benefit humankind, provided that these are safe, ethical, moral, and do not degrade the unique status of humankind and do not involve any tissue from human embryos.”
He concluded, “Until research provides sustainable models, the CMA opposes government funding” of creating animals with growing human tissue for research.
American citizens have one month to share their opinions about using federal funds to pay for creating chimeras for research. The NIH could start sending tax dollars to make “Manimals” as soon as early next year.
In 2000, Jody Bottum criticized the then-precedent-setting creation of a “pig-man,” created by inserting the nuclei of a human fetus into a pig’s ovum. “Since the creatures are 3 percent pig, laws against the use of people as research subjects would not apply. But since they are 97 percent human, experiments could be profitably undertaken upon them and they could be used as living meat-lockers for transplantable organs and tissue.”
At the time, Stem Cell Sciences CEO Peter Mountford, whose Australian company worked with the American company Biotransplant to create two “pig-men,” admitted that the creatures could have been implanted in a woman’s uterus “to become a new kind of human.” But Mountford assured critics that doing so would be “ethically immoral, and it’s not something that our company or any respectable scientist would pursue.”
Bottum responded to Mountford’s assurances, “What difference does it make whether the researchers’ intention is to create subhumans or superhumans? Either they want to make a race of slaves, or they want to make a race of masters. And either way, it means the end of our humanity.”
Despite the 30-day public feedback period, both proponents and critics consider the lifting of the NIH’s moratorium a done deal. As Dreher rhetorically asked, “Who is going to stand in the way of science over a trivial matter like basic human dignity?
Human organs grown inside of pigs are the stuff of science fiction. Pigs with human brains would be more at home in a horror movie. As it turns out, researchers may have to risk the latter to obtain the former.
“What if it has a human pancreas, a human kidney, a human liver, and a human heart?” The question’s going to arise eventually: When does it become a human in a pig’s body?”
Kahn compared the question to the legend of the Ship of Theseus, a Greek vessel that was completely replaced, piece by piece and plank by plank, over the course of a voyage. Was it a different ship when it returned? Or was it still the same ship?
There is no doubt, Kahn says, that using animals to grow personalized organs for dying humans is “an easier case to make than using the animals for food.” But the ethical conversations around human-animal chimera research are still ongoing, and still need time to develop.
Human-animal chimera research is not banned in the United States, despite a 2005 attempt by then-Senator Samuel Brownback, now the Republican governor of Kansas, to pass prohibitive legislation.
“A significant contribution of human cells in an animal, if that were to occur, may raise concerns for the welfare of the animal, particularly if there are significant alterations of the animal’s cognitive state,” the spokesperson wrote.
And there is still one more troubling possibility: Theoretically, human-animal chimera research could result in the creation of an animal virus that infects humans, known as a zoonosis. The risk of zoonosis can be carefully controlled in a laboratory setting but it is still a risk nonetheless.
“A deadly zoonosis could theoretically kill millions of people, and one might question whether the benefits of creating a new source of organs is worth outweighing the potential harms following from even a small risk of zoonosis,” the authors wrote.
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First Human Animal Hybrid Born In USA: DARPA Scientists Mixed Human DNA To Monkey.
We can thank NASA, the Department of Defense and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, for all the horror that is taking place today. Those entities have been primarily responsible for the massive funding that was required to complete all the research and experimentation that was needed to bring us to the current state of affairs.
It is time that we, the people, really examine what is happening here. These creatures are being created by us, by association. Do we have the right to bring creatures into this world just to be used and abused? What about their emotional life, more importantly, what about their spiritual life. We will have to answer to GOD one day for our part in this horror. What are you doing to bring this ghastly practice to an end? What are you doing to prevent its continuance? Many of these beings actually have voices, and they are crying out for mercy, and there are those who do not have a voice but have a heart and a mind. They know what is happening to them and they can do nothing to stop it. In Proverbs 31:8-9 GOD says to OPEN YOUR MOUTH and speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves,
for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.
It might sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but scientists say they have created an organism that’s half human, half pig. Announced by the the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California in late January, the organism was a pig embryo injected with human stem cells.Hailed as the first successful creation of a “chimera,” the results were published in the scientific journal Cell. In ancient Greek mythology, the chimera was a creature made of numerous animals. In modern science, a chimera is an animal containing cells of at least two distinct species. The idea of creating a chimera has been floating around for decades. But, until now, it was considered beyond the reach of current technology.
That changed when researchers at the Salk Institute figured out how to inject stem cells into early stage pig embryos. The experiment was the result of four years of development. In the finished product, the scientists allowed the chimera embryos to develop for 28 days in a sow before terminating them.
According to head researcher Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, “This is long enough for us to try to understand how the human and pig cells mix together early on without raising ethical concerns about mature chimeric animals.” Despite this, the experiment has already raised renewed discussion. People are wondering whether it’s ethical to create such human-animal hybrids.The morality of creating chimeras
Speaking to The Guardian, University of Minnesota professor Daniel Garry said the experiment raises ethical issues never before encountered by science. Garry himself has been involved in a separate chimera project and said it remains unclear whether a fully formed chimera would be more human or animal. He suggested possible complications could include the hybrid developing human thought, or for human cells to cannibalize the pig cells — thus creating a hybrid that would be mostly human, but born from a pig.
“These more fantastical possibilities are not a problem in reality,” he noted. He praised the Salk Institute team for taking a “responsible approach.”
In reality, the most likely uses for these hybrids is to use them to for further research. “Human/animal chimeras can offer insights into early human development and disease onset and provide a realistic drug-testing platform,” Cell journal said in a statement. “They may also someday provide a means of growing human cells, tissues and organs for regenerative medicine. For now, however, they are helping scientists understand how human stem cells grow and specialize.”
According to Izpisua Belmonte, “The ultimate goal is to grow functional and transplantable tissue or organs, but we are far away from that.”
Practical problemsScientists at the University of California, Davis, have combined human stem cells with pig DNA, with the aim of creating a human pancreas inside a pig. Eventually they hope to allow the birth of ‘chimera’ pigs, which can then be kept on huge farms until their organs are needed for a human patient
Along with the ethical dilemma, the scientists also ran into a handful of practical problems while developing the chimera.
According to Izpisua Belmonte, the team had difficulty ensuring the human stem cells developed properly in petri dishes. Somehow, the cells often just don’t work like they should. “It’s like when you try to duplicate a key. The duplicate looks almost identical, but when you get home, it doesn’t open the door. There is something we are not doing right,” he said.
Then, they ran into a difficult balancing act when implanting the human stem cells in the pig embryos. The problem was that pig pregnancies usually last around 112 days. This is a far cry from the nine months needed for a human birth. Hence, the embryo’s cells develop at totally different paces depending on the species. “It’s like if you’re going onto a highway where the cars are traveling three times faster than you are. You need to choose the right timing, otherwise you cause an accident,” said lead author Jun Wu.Researchers proved successful with 186 hybrid embryos
Despite the challenges, in the end, the team was pleased with their results. They developed a total of 186 chimera embryos by the time the experiment ended. Around 1,500 pig embryos were used over the course of the experiment, along with stem cells from 40 humans.
Each successful embryo only had around 100,000 cells. This means they remained mostly pig. Researchers now say future experiments could try implanting more human cells in animal embryos. They could possibly create chimeras with more of a balance of two species.
Izpisua Belmonte also said he would like to see human cells used to form particular organs in pigs. “The ultimate goal is to grow functional and transplantable tissue or organs,” he said. For now though, the idea of using pigs as sources of human organ transplants remains a dream for the future.
What do you think of this experiment? Are human-animal hybrids worth experimenting with? Especially if these experiments could end up saving the lives of millions of people in need of replacement organs? Or are the ethical questions too problematic?
— Tamara Pearson