Ancient Egyptian Doppelganger of Malia Obama
If you are a regular on this underground site you would know occasionally we touch on the plausibility of cloning. The Book of Jasher speaks of genetic engineering and the manipulation of genes is part of cloning. I had an epiphany today about the human disciples of the fallen ones. They know there is no place in the Kingdom of the Most High for them so they must live. They must have been offered a hell of a deal by the fallen ones.
The beast, which you saw, once was, now is not, and yet will come up out of the Abyss and go to its destruction. The inhabitants of the earth whose names have not been written in the book of life from the creation of the world will be astonished when they see the beast, because it once was, now is not, and yet will come.
The after life is not an incentive for them because that means no life. The fallen ones figured out a way to keep them alive in the same body cloned. This is only offered to their elite hybrid bloodline and we are seeing signs of it. I was perusing through the web and I ran across an ancient Egyptian bust. I immediately realized a strong resemblance to Malia Obama who is a beautiful young lady. She has a distinct look and I thought how uncanny.
I loaded up my graphics editor and began an analysis of her picture against the bust. I was utterly amazed at what I learned. The eyebrow arches were a perfect match. Malia’s ears were also another match! The eyeliner made the bust’s eyes appear a bit larger but were not. I even dissolved her face into the bust and there is a harmony to it. Folks, I was not looking to do this today but I had to because it was so weird!
My premise is these elite have found a way to stay on earth and live (physically-eternally) as they say “high on the hog.” Most of us are familiar with the ancient egyptian bust Michael Jackson was a doppelganger for and now this one for Malia. I have no idea of the origin of this bust she is a match for and I will be looking to solve this. The backstory should help us put more pieces together. By that I mean, other people in her family or bloodline. For what its worth . . . a picture is worth a thousand words, we just need to find them.