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If after THIS you still NOT believing that there's a cloning industry in Hollywood, you deserve to be bitchslapped.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 43762315:MV8yMjk5NjA2XzM5MTU1NDAwXzc2RTJDRTZB] [quote:Ford Prefect:MV8yMjk5NjA2XzM5MTU0OTk0XzEwMjk0NTBD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 43762315:MV8yMjk5NjA2XzM5MTU0OTEwX0RGOUQwQjFE] eva green and gabrielle anwar do look a lot alike. emily blunt looks similar, but there are differences to her face they don't have. her chin, for example. while i don't discount cloning (it's possible, if they have technology that can do it), there is a simpler way to do this. a ct i read once said that often certain people who are not together at all as far as the public knows, have a child together. sometimes this is facilitated while they are filming. the woman will either hide her pregnancy or, if she's married or something, will pass the child off as belonging to someone else (at least as far as the public knows). in some cases, neither the mother nor the father raises the child. perhaps the mother will go on vacation or drop out of sight long enough to have a baby, then as soon as the baby is born another couple takes over. this will not always be said (in public) to be an adoption. it might be played off as if the woman in the couple had a baby. maybe she isn't so famous paparazzi take her photo regularly. of course, she might also have been on vacation to explain why she didn't see pregnant or maybe she pretended to be pregnant. this ct goes way back... to the 1920s or 1930s, i think. but, if you think about it, it might be possible to get similar looking people this way. [/quote] Actually Blunt and the young Anwar do look alike with some 95% match, Green I would say 90%. IMO cloning is going on since the ancient Egypt, what explains the obsession of the pharaohs and their relatives, in having their bodies preserved through mummification. The "Neteru" aka "Anunnaki" are body jumpers and still around in avatar-bodies. that as long as they are extremely vain "gods" they spread several copies of their original DNA prints so that they still worshiped. [/quote] i admit i was mostly going on that one photo. there are some celebrities who look alike to the degree that it is no accident. i'm undecided as to the explanation. many people do say cloning and perhaps that explains most of it. the connection back so far to pharoahs is something i've read. also the worship aspect you mentioned is interesting and explains the why Hollywood. [/quote]
Thread: Still believing there's no cloning going on in Hollywood???
The other day I exposed
Eva Green and Emily Blunt
, whom can barely be distinguished from each other, though Green is 3 years older. Thus she should be the original DNA print.
But turns out that she is NOT.
Green and Blunt are clones of
, who was in the Hollywood A-list in the early '90s and is more known by the epic tango scene with Al Pacino in
"Scent of a Woman"
Their uncanny resemblance is one the most, if not the scariest evidence of a cloning industry in Hollywood.
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Anwar is 10/13 years older than her clones, and she's also British like Blunt. I made sure of also using a current picture of her, so that you can see that even now, with the age taking over, she still identical to Blunt and Green.
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