Lurking within the spiritual darkness of evolutionary theory has been man's determination to become like God through the work of co-evolution -- the perceived eugenic capability of man to design his offspring.  Pro-life activity has focused almost exclusively on the assault on human life through abortion, yet studies have been quietly published revealing that abortion and its corollary, fetal research and experimentation, are merely the foundation upon which has been erected a biotechnological apparatus for a greater assault on the human species.  

That the first successful cloning of a human embryo occurred last November, but was not reported until this week, is one indication of the privatized and secretive agenda of the biotechnology establishment. The Mother Jones Journal article appended below articulates the unthinkable: "It is believed that many more human embryos have been created and destroyed since November."  

Eugenic-style biotechnology was the brainchild of the Kabbalistic co-evolutionary science of alchemy, which on the material level refers to the transmutation of base metals into gold, but on a psychic level has a symbolic meaning. This occult symbolism is explained in the Theosophical Glossary as the "transmutation of the baser quaternary [the four elements, fire, air, water and earth representing the spiritual, mental, psychic, and physical planes of human existence] into the divine upper trinity of man, which finally blended are one." Today, the modern alchemist exercises his assumed divine prerogative by placing in the alembic human genomes cannibalized from aborted babies to serve as the base materials used in genetics research.  

The cloning of Dolly the sheep in 1996, which Gnostics considered to be the "Molecular Logos," occurred at Geron Biomed, the commercial arm of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland, which is also the site of a very famous Knights Templar shrine, the Rosslyn Chapel. According to The Temple and The Lodge,

"The interior of the chapel is a fevered hallucination in stone, a riotous explosion of carved images and geometrical configurations piled on top of one another, flowing into one another, overlapping one another. Motifs that anticipate those of Freemasonry abound. One finds oneself in what appears to be a petrified compendium of esoterica." (Baigent & Leigh, p. 112)

A Masonic promotion of The Second Messiah locates the village of Roslin, site of the sheep cloning experiment, also near Rosslyn Castle, which was the home of the St Clairs [Sinclairs] - a family historically revered as prominent Freemasons of Britain (Knight & Lomas, p.20). Holy Blood, Holy Grail identifies the Sinclairs as one family in the sacred Merovingian bloodline of of Jesus Christ (Baigent, Lincoln & Leigh, p. 409).  [This gnostic delusion is the subject of The Merovingian Dynasty: Satanic Bloodline of the Antichrist.] It is significant that publicity for the cloning of the first human embryo dates this historic event on June 24, the Masonic feast of St. John the Baptist, patron saint of Freemasonry.

A project financed circa 1450 by Sir William St Clair, Rosslyn Chapel was reported to have been terminated for lack of adequate funds. The truth of the matter is known only to the high initiates of Freemasonry:  

"Rosslyn is a deliberate copy of  the ruins of Herod's Temple with a design that is inspired by Ezekiel's vision of the new 'heavenly Jerusalem'. The clues to understanding the building were placed into the then secret ritual of the Holy Royal Arch Degree of Freemasonry. William St Clair used this method to tell us that the building is 'the Temple of Jerusalem', a key to a treasure' and a 'place where a precious thing is concealed', or 'the precious thing itself.' The great west wall of Rosslyn can be conclusively shown to be a reconstruction of part of Herod's Temple and the name 'Roslin' has the astounding meaning 'ancient knowledge passed down the generations' when understood in Gaelic." (Knight & Lomas, p. 42)  

Thus, the Masonic New World Order, to be erected on the ruins of authentic Christianity, will substitute man for God in its gnostic construct. Writer Chey Simonton perceptively observed, "Considering the sheep/shepherd metaphors in the Bible along with the Hermetic/Masonic axiom 'as above, so below' and also the significance placed on 'sacred' geometry that a mathematical science like DNA must involve, cloning seems a natural pursuit for modern-day alchemical Knights Templar."  

The gnostic interpretation of Dolly compares the white sheep to Christ, as Suzanne Rini, a journalist who has researched the biotechnology industry informed us, noting that the New York Times quoted one bioethicist as saying that the cloning of Dolly elicited in him the idea of cloning Jesus from a drop of blood from the cross!  Ironically, the modern science of genetics has found its raison de Ítre, not in rational thought, but in the subjective realm of the Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism and the Holy Grail mythos. This biotechnology journalist asserted with full confidence: 

"Many of biotechnology's specific products and areas of research are aimed at creating new forms in reality---new species--- by asexual means, that reflect esoteric doctrine, such as Rosicrucian alchemical precepts as androgyny and man's transcendence of all moral absolutes and even physical fixity; perfectibility as preached by the Cathari; and Valentinian gnosticism's teaching regarding man's  return into the 'one' via gnosis and enlightenment. All of these are part of the same centuries' old gnostic streams. The esoteric goal of the 'new world order' is a contra-Genesis anti-civilization whose emblem is a gnostic garden of Eden in which man is perfect and incorruptible. Some of the newest technologies, such as organ farming using totipotent stem cells of human embryos are aimed at immortality, at least for the few."  

M O J O U R N A L News from the MoJo Wire and Mother Jones magazine Week of June 22  - June 29, 1999


First human embryo cloned June 24


The BBC reports the first successful cloning of a human embryo. American Cell Technology (ACT) actually did the deed back in November, by replacing the DNA in a cow's egg with human DNA from a cell taken from a man's leg. The company allowed the embryo to develop for 12 days (in a human pregnancy the embryo attaches itself to the womb after 14 days) and then "destroyed" it. ACT claims that they have no interest in reproductive cloning, but critics are still concerned about the legal and ethical implications of the technology. A second U.S. company, Geron, is also reportedly attempting to clone human embryos.


Provided that public funds are not used, human cloning research is permitted in the U.S. Most research here is geared towards the development of "replacement tissue" to replace diseased parts of the human body. However, the British government announced today that they are banning the cloning of human embryos for any kind of medical research. British Public Health Minister Tessa Jowell said that cloning is "ethically unacceptable and cannot take place in this country."  


Thursday, June 17, 1999
Published at
11:45 GMT 12:45
UK Sci/Tech  


First cloned human embryo revealed  


The first cloned human embryo: a collection of stem cells produced using nuclear transfer  


Details of the first human embryo to be cloned have been released.  


BBC News' Glenn Thomas: Scientists calling for change in regulations so research can go ahead


The watershed achievement in biotechnology actually happened last November, but more information was revealed on Thursday. It was achieved using a cell from a man's leg and a cow's egg.  


The scientists who created the clone see it as a significant step forward in the search for a way of producing human stem cells.  

These are "master" cells which can develop into any type of cell - skin, bone, blood etc. They are believed to have the potential to provide perfect-match tissue for transplantation and the treatment of diseases such as Parkinson's and stroke.  


Cloning questions  


BBC News' Pallab Ghosh reports on the details


But this development will also see a significant heightening of the debate over the ethics of human cloning and, indeed, what it means to be a human.  


American Cell Technology (ACT), a leading, private biotechnology company, cloned the first human embryo and let it develop for twelve days before destroying it. In a normal pregnancy, an embryo implants into the womb wall after 14 days.


"Nuclear transfer" cloning requires the egg to be hollowed out


Dr Robert Lanza, ACT's director of tissue engineering, told the Daily Mail newspaper that the embryo cannot be seen as a person before 14 days. The company says they have released news of the discovery to try to allay fears over the artificial conception of life.  

It is believed that many more human embryos have been created and destroyed since November. Then it was announced that stem cells had been cloned, not that embryos had been allowed to develop.  


No cloned children  


ACT say they have no intention of attempting to use a cloned human embryo to start a pregnancy - their aim is "therapeutic cloning" not "reproductive cloning".  


Lord Robert Winston, a British fertility expert, said the research was "totally ethical".  


But opponents say that the development of the technology makes the eventual birth of a human clone inevitable. This, they say, would have profound implications for the nature of family relationships, the law and health.  


Tough technology  


The technology used to create the clone was very similar to that used to make Dolly the Sheep. Over 200 embryos were used before Dolly finally appeared, showing that cloning is not a well-understood or easy-to-perform technique.  


It is understood that ACT used a cow's egg. This had its DNA removed and replaced with human DNA. The new cell was then chemically persuaded to behave like a new embryo and start dividing. This is how ACT hope to cultivate stem cells.  


But Dr Maisam Mitalipova, a pioneer of this human-cow type of cloning, told the Daily Mail: "We didn't get good quality embryos and so they may not get good quality stem cells."  


Cloning competition  


Another US company, Geron, are also reported to be attempting to clone human embryos for therapeutic purposes.  


They recently bought all the shares in Roslin Bio-Med, a company set up to commercialise the cloning expertise of the Roslin Institute, Scotland, where Dolly the sheep was created.  


Geron has not publicly stated whether their attempts have been successful and it may be that ACT have acheived the feat first.