Originally posted on December 15, 2015
Cloning has been public knowledge since 1997 when Dolly the sheep was cloned. According to Science Daily, she was cloned at the Roslin Institute in Midlothian, Scotland, and lived there until her death when she was six years old. Her birth was announced on February 22, 1997. The sheep was originally code-named “6LL3”. The name “Dolly” came from a suggestion by the stockmen who helped with her birth, in honor of Dolly Parton, because it was a mammary cell that was cloned. The technique that was made famous by her birth is somatic cell nuclear transfer, in which a cell is placed in a de-nucleated ovum, the two cells fuse and then develop into an embryo.
According to conspiracy theorist, humans have been cloned since the 1940s, but was kept confidential. The first cloned human embryo to be reported to the public was in 2013. Scientist say it’s unlikely for the cloned embryo to develop into a human, but conspiracy theorists are not buying into it. They ask how the scientist are able to clone a sheep, but not a human?
A man named Donald Marshall released a very detailed letter via the internet back in 2012 with claims that he was cloned as a child, at age 5, and used as a song and sex slave. He makes claims that his clone would be beat and tortured to entertain top entertainment and politically powerful people. He also claims that popular actor and comedian, Bernie Mac, was murdered because he spoke out against the torture.
According to Marshall, about 300-400 elite figures sit in an arena and watch pedophilia, bestiality and horrible torturing of cloned children and adults take place. He says his memories were suppressed until he turned 30 years of age. The memories of his clone occurs during his dreams. Marshall claims his mother, Catherine Mcmahon, sold him into sex and torture slavery after she married a man named Gordon Cohoon.
Marshall also claims they used an image of him after being tortured on the Megadeth album, “The World Needs A Hero” when he was 23 years of age. He also claims to have wrote many songs for various celebrities including Brittany Spears, “Break The Ice”, which he claims is about blowing up cloning centers. He claims Spears is also a clone.
With that being said, rapper B.O.B. recently took to twitter to make similar claims. B.o.B. is saying that there are cloned celebrities and cloning centers. He also told his Twitter followers, “If any headlines appears about me being crazy or delusional, cover up.
These allegations of clones became even more popular when television personalty Al Roker froze on live television like a robot. Conspiracy theorist believed Roker is a victim of MK Ultra and is a clone.
Video is AL Roker’s awkward freeze on live television:
A popular YouTuber who goes by the name, Yash Qaraah, has been talking about human clones for a couple of years as well. He makes claims that there are many celebrity clones. He names names saying Jay Z, Nicholas Gage, Micheal Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Ciara and others are clones. He also claims to have inside information that the people who attend the alleged torture events (mentioned by Marshall) eat the clones after they’ve been tortured. Of course he offers no evidence for such claims, so take from it what you may.
Do you believe what B.o.B and Marshall are saying? Or is this conspiracy theory too far fetched?
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