DNWO (Discordian New World Order)

in the graveyard of stolen civilizations and forgotten laws, lies a flame burning eternal
this flame burns on, though it only feeds upon itself
occasionally consuming a stranger or two who slips into their home, unaware of the danger which surrounds them
this flame is within me, and it too, is within you

A peek into the collective unconscious

Should You Stop Eating Cabbage For The Fear Of Worms?

Clonaid is an American-based human cloningorganization, registered as a company in the Bahamas. Founded in 1997, it has philosophical ties with the UFO religion Raëlism,[1] which sees cloning as the first step in achieving immortality. On December 27, 2002, Clonaid’s chief executive, Brigitte Boisselier, claimed that a baby clone, named Eve, was born. Media coverage of the claim sparked serious criticism and ethical debate that lasted more than a year. Florida attorney Bernard Siegel tried to appoint a special guardian for Eve and threatened to sue Clonaid, because he was afraid that the child might be treated like a lab rat.[2] Siegel, who heard the company’s actual name was not Clonaid, decided that the Clonaid project was a sham.[3] Bioethicist Clara Alto condemned Clonaid for premature human experimentation and noted the high incidence of malformations and thousands of fetal deaths in animal cloning.[4]  As per the common myth, it is believed that eating raw cabbage can lead to the development of tapeworm, which can alter the nervous system and infect the brain with Neurocysticercosis. However, experts suggest that Neurocysticercosis causing tapeworms usually enter the body and brain due to improper and unhygienic conditions like open defecation in the farms and consumption of uninspected pork, which may turn fatal incase of ignorance. #OTP23 DEEPFATES


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