Agreeing with the ‘cloning’ (for lack of a better term) theory is not a requirement here. I personally don’t expect anyone to agree with it. But what I would encourage is for readers and members here to consider all of the evidence we have provided for such a claim. And to consider the question of how they could be so similar, yet exhibit subtle differences. In other words; how could they be too different to be the same person every time, yet too similar to be a look-alike even with surgery?
If they are actors with surgery, and they had their eyes reset in their skulls, their teeth replaced (yet with differently angled molars), and their Adam’s apple reduced, yet still remain able to function normally, then it was done with technology that the public is not aware of. Which is all we’re saying in the end. Yes, there are subtle differences between the Pauls, but the similarities are too, too uncanny, and there is no explanation for that available to the public. That is the philosophy here. That, and to be open to any possibility without myopically closing one's self off to certain ones they may or may not like, or think is not possible.
Yes, actors with surgery is the logical immediate answer, but on the same token, it stands to reason that it would be more obvious if that were the case. As it is, they are all 96-99% similar in appearance and personality.
Like we always say, we didn't dream up this theory on a whim, it is the result of 1000s of hours of thorough, unbiased research. We hope it's not true, but as of now it seems it is - and I personally haven't seen a more likely explanation presented.
I would rather this site be known as the 'thorough, unbiased and open-minded forum' than as the 'cloning forum'.
Furthermore, only cloning can explain the phenomenon of identical voices in multiples. For famous singers this is especially noteworthy, as not only must the doppelgangers all have identical tone, resonance, timbre, delivery, range, the ones who embody the "great voices" of their generation (the Streisands, the Chers, the Whitney Houstons, etc.) must all deliver the identical degree of "genius" in their performances. Expanding the phenomenon to include actors and speaking celebrities of all types, even if there's a surgery that can create vocal characteristics, the nuances of delivery are too subtle and complex for impostors to match every time. And even if there were some sort of laboratory programming that could be done on the subjects, at certain points the impostor would indubitably slip out of character, revert to their original selves with their original voice characteristics. No one can keep up such a demanding "act" indefinitely. Only cloning can explain the perfect and sustained voice replication.
The Dracos make beautiful-looking bodies from Anunnaki DNA and set these 'people' up as world celebrities of one sort or another, while they themselves - the Dracos - are inhabiting the bodies, living their filthy, vile lives inside these people.
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