Science: “Could Humans Be Cloned?” –
Ramtha spoke on cloning humans decades ago

Human embryonic stem cells.
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– “Could Humans Be Cloned?”
“The news that researchers have used cloning to make human embryos for the purpose of producing stem cells may have some people wondering if it would ever be possible to clone a person.

Although it would be unethical, experts say it is likely biologically possible to clone a human being. But even putting ethics aside, the sheer amount of resources needed to do it is a significant barrier.

Since the 1950s when researchers cloned a frog, scientists have cloned dozens of animal species, including mice, cats, sheep, pigs and cows,” quoting Rachael Rettner, LiveScience Senior Writer.
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– Ramtha spoke on cloning humans over 3 decades ago
Do you understand what cloning is?
The electrical current sent to the receiver unit of each cell will cause the DNA factor within each cell to propagate its exactness. Thus if you have a damaged part — wherever it is, the damaged part here in the brain, activated — by knowingness the brain is activated, the current is intensified, and through the central nervous system, to where the knowingness must become, a greater spark of light will begin to activate that which is termed the cellular structure of what has been damaged and will cause it to clone itself, to reconstruct itself perfectly — perfectly. You think that is miraculous? That is the way it should be and is.”

– Ramtha
The Brain Specialty Tape

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