The University of Nevada-Reno researcher talks matter-of-factly about his plans to euthanize one of the pregnant sheep in a nearby lab. He canâ€™t wait to examine the effects of the human cells he had injected into the fetusâ€™ brain about two months ago.
â€œItâ€™s mice on a large scale,â€ Chamberlain says with a shrug.
As strange as his work may sound, it falls firmly within the new ethics guidelines the influential National Academies issued this past week for stem cell research.
In fact, the Academiesâ€™ report endorses research that co-mingles human and animal tissue as vital to ensuring that experimental drugs and new tissue replacement therapies are safe for people.
Doctors have transplanted pig valves into human hearts for years, and scientists have injected human cells into lab animals for even longer.
Biological mixing of species
But the biological co-mingling of animal and human is now evolving into even more exotic and unsettling mixes of species, evoking the Greek myth of the monstrous chimera, which was part lion, part goat and part serpent
Read it all at: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7681252/ns/h...stem_cells
According to ancient Sanskrit texts, (the bible mentioned them as well) the Nephilim were chimera's and possessed animal / human characteristics. They we're worshiped as gods.
I've heard of hush hush efforts to revive the old Babylonian religion and slowly re introduce it to the masses as a replacement for the worlds different religions which are scheduled to be exposed and eliminated.
Certainly this is a in all likelihood stretch, but if one familiarizes themselves with the writings of Albert Pike, and certain secret societies, you may just find the agenda may be a bit bigger than medical research.