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After 9/11 began the biggest DNA heist in history, documenting almost everybody on earth, here in the UK where I live even the police began taking DNA swabs. Was the Ebola outbreak was a chance to get into Africa to take DNA from less developed parts of the world? This leads me to think they could be looking for someone, a person with a third or 4th DNA strand maybe, they may well have been looking for the one, but my point is they began showing huge interest in DNA after 9/11 and all the laws passed since have only aided them in the great DNA collection drive they pushed onto us, like DATA collections, then we must ask the question, what is the value of our DNA and is it involved in an underground black market? Could the right DNA be worth billions? What is your DNA worth? Think about it….                            

Birth of the genetically modified HUMAN: Babies born with tweaked DNA could be in the UK next year

Parliament is poised to vote on whether a new form of IVF treatment, which uses DNA from three parents, will become legally available to couples

The complex technique would replace mitochondrial DNA to avoid destructive cell mutations

Mitochondrial DNA can contain mutations that can lead to epilepsy, diabetes, blindness and other medical problems

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2546861/Birth-genetically-modified-HUMAN-Babies-born-tweaked-DNA-UK-year.html#ixzz3lRfUMcoa

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The idea of people with superpowers is one that has long captivated audiences. Modern-day movies, graphic novels, TV shows and video games are full of fictional stories involving people who have acquired extraordinary and seemingly impossible abilities. The real world has plenty of fantastic claims as well spurring on debate and study.

One person who made fantastic claims was Pedro Ruiz Calderón, a Catholic priest who was brought to trial in Mexico City in 1540. Calderón claimed that he could teleport between continents, make himself invisible, predict the future, make women fall in love with him, find buried treasure, summon and exorcise demons among other abilities.

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THE COLLECTION STARTED AFTER 9/11

It’s worth a fortune to these mad men. I wrote the top paragraph today, Sunday, July 30, 2017, on my facebook page trying to make people think but I know what I think about the big hunt for DNA, this original post was made on September 11, 2015, when looking into this on the back of my theory. the film unbreakable came to mind, with Bruce Willis and Sam. L Jackson I compared what we see in regards to false flag attacks to the movie Unbreakable, this is when I started thinking about DNA after seeing this post 9/11 then thinking do these lunatics also stage attacks to see if anyone walks out alive then grab them to harvest the DNA from them for the Elites sell on the underground dark web to the highest bidder to do what ever they want with it? It may be a case of them just looking for the one, maybe it tells us someone is here who they are scared of and they want to locate him or her, or perhaps a bloodline, either way, I bet I’m not that far off target here.

The movie Unbreakable was released on November 22, 2000, Predating the 9/11 WTC attack by nine months or 293 days to be precise, furthermore, it was 9 months and 20 days giving us a 9/11 reference with 9 then 2=1+1.

Unbreakable is a 2000 American superhero thriller film written, produced, and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, alongside Robin Wright and Spencer Treat Clark. The movie is the first instalment in a trilogy. In Unbreakable, a security guard named David Dunn survives a horrific train crash. After the incident, with the help of a manipulative disabled comic book shop owner named Elijah Price, he learns that he possesses superhuman powers. As Dunn explores and reluctantly confronts his powers while trying to navigate a difficult family life, he begins to fight crime and learns the true nature of Elijah Price.

Unbreakable (2000)
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan
Shown: Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis

Unbreakable was released on November 22, 2000. It received positive reviews,[2] with critics praising its aesthetics, the performances and particularly the score by James Newton Howard. The film has subsequently gained a strong cult following.[3] Many regard it as one of Shyamalan’s best films, and in 2011 Time listed the film as one of the top ten superhero movies of all time.

After years of development for a follow-up film a thematic sequel, Split, with Willis reprising his role as David Dunn in a cameo role, was released in January 2017. After financial and critical success, Shyamalan immediately began working on a third film, titled Glass, which will be released January 18, 2019.

In Philadelphia in 1961, Elijah Price is born with Type I osteogenesis imperfecta, a rare disease that renders sufferers’ bones extremely fragile and prone to fracture. As revealed later in flashbacks, Elijah—who grows up to become a comic-book art dealer—develops a theory, based on the comics he has read during his many hospital stays, that if he represents extreme human frailty, there must be someone “unbreakable” at the opposite extreme.

Years later, another Philadelphia man, security guard David Dunn, is also searching for meaning in his life. He had given up a promising football career during his collegiate days to marry Audrey after they were involved in an auto accident. Now, however, their marriage is dissolving, to the distress of their young son Joseph.

As he returns home from a job interview in New York City, David’s train crashes, killing the other 131 passengers, while he is the only survivor, sustaining no injuries. At the memorial for the crash’s victims, he finds a card on his car’s windshield, inviting him to Elijah’s store. Elijah proposes to David that he is the kind of person after whom comic-book superheroes are modelled, and repeatedly pursues the issue with David and Audrey, trying to learn if David had ever been ill or injured during childhood.

David attends an exhibition at Elijah’s comic book art gallery and meets Elijah’s mother, who explains the difference between villains who fight heroes with physical strength versus those who use their intelligence. Elijah brings David to the back room of his studio, extends his hand, and asks David to shake it. Upon doing so, David sees visions of Elijah orchestrating several terrorist disasters, including David’s recent train accident, causing hundreds of deaths. David is horrified, but Elijah insists the deaths were justified as a means to find him. Calling himself “Mr. Glass”, a nickname his peers had used to taunt him with when he was growing up, he explains that his own purpose in life is to be the villain to David’s hero.

This movie has many occult (hidden) themes pointing viewers subliminally towards enhanced DNA, it is a film of two opposites attracting, the two pillars. This is played out with Bruce Willis being the superhero whilst Samuel is the villain, but here the villain went in search of the hero and found him drawing him out into a deceptive battle of dark versus light.

This film is about blood and DNA, bloodlines, not too distant from the teachings of the ancient Egyptian Babylonian worship of the Gods of which many secret societies still practice such teachings today, explaining why we see so much of it repackaged and hidden in plain sight in movies, during television shows, advertisements or in the music and sporting industries.

 

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