Artificial embryo created: no egg, no sperm, no problem

Artificial embryo created – no egg, no sperm, no problem

by Jon Rappoport

March 29, 2018

Over the past 35 years, I’ve been showing how elements of the Brave New World are coming together.

Lately, I’ve been focusing on 5G wireless, the Internet of Things, gene-editing, and DNA-altering vaccines. We now have a very important piece of the puzzle: artificial embryos. A chilling prospect.

MIT Technology Review has the story: “In a breakthrough that redefines how life can be created, embryologists working at the University of Cambridge in the UK have grown realistic-looking mouse embryos using only stem cells. No egg. No sperm. Just cells plucked from another embryo.”

“The researchers placed the cells carefully in a three-dimensional scaffold and watched, fascinated, as they [the cells] started communicating and lining up into the distinctive bullet shape of a mouse embryo several days old.”

“’We know that stem cells are magical in their powerful potential of what they can do. We did not realize they could self-organize so beautifully or perfectly,’ Magdelena Zernicka¬-Goetz, who headed the team, told an interviewer at the time.”

Zernicka-Goetz says her ‘synthetic’ embryos probably couldn’t have grown into mice. Nonetheless, they’re a hint that soon we could have mammals born without an egg [or sperm] at all.”

“…The next step, she says, is to make an artificial embryo out of human stem cells, work that’s being pursued at the University of Michigan and Rockefeller University.”

“Synthetic human embryos would be a boon to scientists, letting them TEASE APART EVENTS early in development. And since such embryos start with easily manipulated stem cells, labs will be able to employ a full range of tools, such as GENE EDITING, to investigate them as they grow.” [Emphasis is mine.]

Do not doubt for a second that scientists will edit genes in these embryos, in order to see what fundamental changes they can make in human beings.

And do not doubt that, in a lab off the beaten track, researchers will try to bring a synthetic human embryo to term, as a living breathing baby.

The Technocrats’ Holy Grail? Engineered births without parents, without sex, without inherited traits—but instead, intentionally programmed traits.

In his 1932 novel, Brave New World, Aldous Huxley presented many portraits of the plan. For example:

By the time they were decanted the embryos had a horror of cold. They were predestined to emigrate to the tropics, to be miners and acetate silk spinners and steel workers. Later on their minds would be made to endorse the judgment of their bodies. ‘We condition them to thrive on heat,’ concluded Mr. Foster. ‘Our colleagues upstairs will teach [program] them to love it’.”

The underlying theme of the “new society”: create both the environment and the humans who inhabit the environment.

Technocracy is that system of systems. It cannot tolerate natural life or the free individual.

Which is why it must be rejected.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

20 comments on “Artificial embryo created: no egg, no sperm, no problem

  1. SasjaL says:

    In a breakthrough that redefines how life can be created, embryologists working at the University of Cambridge in the UK have grown realistic-looking mouse embryos using only stem cells. No egg. No sperm. Just cells plucked from another embryo.

    Yeah, but how was the stemcell made? A bit picky here, but I think the embryo was made using (at least) one egg and one sperm … Even cloning needs initally the same condition: one egg and one sperm.

    If they are trying to indicate that they have created life, they have not. Just duplicated it. The publication smells ‘send us more money‘ …

  2. Roy says:

    Rockefeller (Eugenic) University…what an ironic location to create the first synthetic eugenic human.

  3. Johnny Beebad says:

    While I have been a fan of yours for a while now, this is the first time one of your newsletters actually sent a chill down my spine (still going on even now). The first sentence brought that Brave New World scene to mind. It’s not a matter of their ability, or even their ability to understand what they know; it’s the intent is so crystal clear. That may have been the most frightening beginning to any article I’ve read to date. Ever. Brave New World is not a happy place for real people.

  4. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:
    Just because we can do things, does not mean we should.

  5. Kenneth T. says:

    It’s the ol’ scientist meets with god story.
    Scientist says “look god I’ve created life, watch, I’ll show you. First I’ll start with this dirt…”
    God says, “get your own dirt”

  6. Sunshine2 says:

    I wonder how the original embryo fared, the one they plucked cells out of.

    These scientists are sick, or evil. They have no regard for any kind of life, human or animal.

  7. Sue says:

    Once again, we have collectively turned a blind eye while all of this, and even much worse, has been done to the other animals. As long as it is “just” them, it’s all OK, right? Freeze, torch, boil, and torture them in every imaginable way, but as long as the self-proclaimed laboratory “scientists” assure us that WE are benefitting from that torture, then it’s no big deal. Ignoble. Disgusting.

    Are we really worth saving?

  8. Peter says:

    If the public are being told of this now, then you can be assured that their real science and capacity to use it is far more advanced than acknowledged, which is why there are those who speak of the “soulless ones”, those that exist but are not imbued with the divine essence.

    Those practicing the dark arts have effectively brought humanity back to the end times of the age of Atlantis, and we know how that turned out!

  9. No big deal. Of course the stem cell has re-accessable memory of its moment of conception. we all do. The exponential disaster will come when (if) humanity generates life from inanimate matter. My wager is we can only re-create in our own image which means we animate our unfinished business. And that’s big!

  10. From Quebec says:

    Sure, lets create a new Frankenstein. What could possibly go wrong?

  11. Kevin Japanangka says:

    Easy to make anything that doesn’t have a ‘soul’.

    • Roy says:

      We’ve created an immortal being a over one hundred years ago when we gave corporations the same rights as humans. At the time I assume it was done to parody the ludicrous concept of giving slaves the same rights as a human.

      To take it. A bit further, don’t we call immortal beings Gods? If so, we have actually created a Gods. I suspect 3000 years from now they will be telling the fables of Exxon-god of energy, Ford-god of transportation, IG Farbin-god of evil, or Monsanto-god of death.

  12. John Robertson says:

    When you mess with nature, nature always bats last.

  13. Erika says:

    Not to put to fine a point on it, but it sounds to me like these “Scientists” PRESENT A DANGER TO ALL OF LIFE ON EARTH

    This is actually biological type terrorism.

  14. abinico warez says:

    This will not end well.

  15. Jon

    You tackle these subjects well for the right and the wrong reasons, but the key one is “gene selection”. They will eventually be prepared to abort a million foetuses to procure “optimum genes”.

    It’s all waiting for you – us.


  16. Chatr Seedang says:

    No egg, no sperm, no problem. But if no copulation, big problems!

  17. David says:

    Sounds like Fantastic four issues 66-67 by Lee and Kirby,are soon to become reality. “Him” is nearly here.

  18. Mark says:

    This is still not quite a totally artificial embryo. Granted this is has been born outside of a womb and while the embryo that was formed in this manner may not have needed to have an egg and spermatozoa to bring it about, ultimately there was such a need previously in order to bring about the embryonic stem cells. Therefore, the genetics are still related to the donor egg and spermatozoa. This IS NOT a complete creation like how the original came about. This is where GOD created life ex nihilo. Out of nothing. It is still quite creepy. One my wonder, will the created infant have a soul? Will they have the spirit of a human or will they be a soulless being incapable of human emotions? Once again, man trying to play GOD will screw things up to our detriment.

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