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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Roger Leir, Noprophet.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Also, to add to the general discussion, not sure an individuals DNA can necessarily show if they are ET. The series "Traveller's" on NETFLIX, shows peoples consciousness from the future, when AI has complete control over each consciousness, sending them back to our present day to change history. They are put into a body as the current consciousness leaves on death, and they take on that persons life, to fulfill missions in the current day. They are essentially though, another person. Anyway, my point being, does it only have to be a change in the dna that identifies a being as being non human? I doubt it. Also, if someone looks human, how much human DNA do they actually need, to be put in the human dovecot?

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    The $$ going into universities for transhumanism research and experimenting is huge and knowledge of genetics is necessary.
    I read the terms and conditions and noted like many others how they mention several times who they don't give your info to, your employer, health insurance cos and 3rd party marketing firms. I would have felt a lot better if they said we don't give your info to your employer, health insurance, 3rd party marketing or the CIA, NSA or any other intelligence agency.
    If someone is abducted for having 'interesting' dna we'll never know will we?

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    Thanks findingneo; here's the interview i was referring to:
    https://youtu.be/8t9ldQ8UlTM?t=2h28m14s
    A caller brings it up at 02:28:14 (in case the timestamp on the link doesn't work)

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    Oh yes Noprophet, when I clicked on that link, at some stage I had listed to that interview but stopped just before the 2.30 mark as that is where I started it again when I went through just now. Up until then Leir had not mentioned the DNA link to it being like an antenna, but as soon as I clicked to continue, that caller came on and made that comment and Leir backed him up on that. Interesting. I wonder if that is connected in some way to when someone intentionally does a CE5 and gets a response? Anyway, I am glad I listened to that very bit that I missed. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Your dna is a tranceiver. I experienced this.

    Also, they probably have most everyone's dna anyway, from when you were born, went to the doctor, etc. etc.

    What's hilarious is for those they don't have and want, they are getting us to pay for their collection. More money for them.
    "The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what we share with somebody when we are uncool." From the movie "Almost Famous"

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    What do you mean Villival when you say that you experienced this?

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Lots of good points shared... If the law enforcement called Ancestry DNA website and mentioned we have some DNA evidence with no match can you check your data base for a match? Also we have a court order to reveal the identity if you find a match... They are going to give it up...

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    The same as when they wanted to track everyone !

    Bundle it all up in a nice shiny device called a smart phone that plays candy crush and get the suckers to pay an exorbitant price for it.
    Now more than 95% of the world are "chipped"

    DNA tests for Ancestry !! ( mine is traced back to 1100 A.D - the old fashioned way - with records giving names, dates, places and jobs etc - what you going to learn from DNA ?? - "You've got a bit of Irish in you" or "Your great great great grandfather was half red Indian" !!
    It's as obvious as the nose on your face that they "want" something from you more than there letting on.

    Once were all DNA'd, chipped and monitored in everything we say and do it will be game, set and match - and then and only then will we understand their full motives !

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    @findingneo-I mean my dna woke up and then I started downloading huge amounts of information about my life, symbolism in this world (very holographic), I recapitulated most of my life to understand how I got to the point where it happened, I began to have superhuman understanding of music, literature, medical diagnosis of other people, and all kinds of other stuff. Oh, and I had a superhuman newness to my body. I can't explain any of this scientifically. It just happened.
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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Quote Posted by findingneo (here)
    This article looks relevant to this thread.

    http://www.stillnessinthestorm.com/2...human-dna.html
    Thank you very much for this link findingneo, very informative. And on the matter of the DNA use or misuse, I do not believe for a second that they would have any remorse on doing what they want even with all their talk of being "respectful" of their rules. Ha, rules, they have none to follow.

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    I thought about having it done a while back, until I read the "privacy" policy on the ancestry.com website. It basically says that you have no privacy, and they can do whatever they want. They definitely seem to be pushing it now. I can't imagine that a significant percentage of the population has enough interest combined with disposable income to do it at this point. So it could be some kind of trial program.
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    These companies are in the business of collecting DNA. If you submit yours, they "own" your DNA. They then sell it to a third party that then sells it to a 3 letter agency. It's all about a huge data base. The question is - why does big brother want everyone's DNA in the first place? I see a benign front for sinister purposes.
    They'll tell you they will not sell your DNA to this and that company, but who DO they sell it to?
    Also, there are several chemicals now in use that are DNA disrupters. Get exposed to the chemical and watch your DNA change, and not for the better. See Glyphosate.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    wow just found this video no surprise we were just talking about it...
    And it doesnt have to be for crimes as mentioned a certain genetic trait might clue them in on special ESP abilities or alien genes...


    but wait!!!! look at all the good things they do....lol


    did we need a DNA test to tell us we are all related? Maybe Elizabeth Warren really is a Pocahontas? sorry I couldnt resist...
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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    I thought of that also Villival - how they're laughing at us for paying them to give up our DNA.

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    As way back as 2103 American Police have been collecting random samples of DNA from drivers......very weird
    https://www.naturalnews.com/040726_D...ice_state.html


    I wonder if I can patent my own so when corporations try to steal my _________insert useful trait________ I can demand royalties.
    Eg. Some Amish have a gene that prevents diaabetes, Excellent gene therapy if corporations can develop it
    As well a peculiar trait in some East Coast Native populations also have some highly interesting mutations

    Scary thought Myostatin-related muscle hypertrophy Produces MASSIVE gorilla/bodybuilder like muscles in infants. I am convinced these genetics are already being used for super soldiers and to a lesser degree athletes soon enough.
    https://www.ctvnews.ca/rare-conditio...ength-1.243163



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    I wonder if the myostatin-related muscle hypertrophy research could be used to CURE (or treat) the tragedy of Muscular Dystrophy - https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-...s/syc-20375388
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    We learned in our family yesterday that the unicorn is Scotland's national animal. While I was going to sleep I was thinking about Scotland, where most of my mother's side comes from (the Stirlings). I had this overwhelming sadness for having left there. It was very bizarre, an emotional experience, not an intellectual one. I've never had that particular kind of feeling before. I would like to go to Scotland one day and explore our roots and the land more thoroughly. It seems like that would be more enlightening than finding out through this DNA service what the exact percentage of my Scottish heritage is. However, I can see why the service is appealing in general if you have this longing within you and want a shortcut type way to explain or understand it. If someone guaranteed anonymity and privacy, I would do it. I wonder how hard it would be to set up a home lab to analyze DNA yourself. It's easy to do a home blood test. I wonder why they can't sell home DNA kits.
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