Who Is Really Behind EctoLife’s Proposed Artificial Womb Facility And Genetically Engineered Babies?
This is one of those alarming futuristic stories that will send chills down your spine because it is seriously being discussed as a possible reality now. It’s filled with intrigue, dark shadows, and many questions.
This past Friday a German, Hashem Al-Ghaili, announced a new concept of giving birth. The world’s first artificial womb facility called EctoLife.
Al-Ghaili’s resume states that that he is a molecular biotechnologist, science communicator, director, and producer. He is best known for his infographics and videos about scientific breakthroughs.
Notice that the only scientific part of his bio is biotechnologist. The remaining qualifications listed are that of science communicator, director and producer of infographics and videos of scientific breakthroughs.
The concept of biotechnology encompasses a wide range of procedures for modifying living organisms according to human purposes, going back to domestication of animals, cultivation of the plants, and “improvements” to these through breeding programs that employ artificial selection and hybridization. Modern usage also includes genetic engineering as well as cell and tissue culture technologies.
As you will see, Al-Ghaili takes a lot of credit for the idea of the “womb facility.” Although he may have contributed some of the ideological concepts, his background seems to peg him as more of a ringmaster or front man for the project. Someone with just enough knowledge to sell a controversial matrix like proposition to what is bound to be a reluctant and skeptical public.
There are currently no concrete plans to build an EctoLife facility, but these presentations and the people that promote them are taking the first steps to expose the public to the idea.
This is how it begins. Propose a radical idea, highlight its benefits, downplay it’s obvious flaws and slowly massage the concept into the collective mindset of the population.
The EctoLife facility that Al-Ghaili describes could incubate up to 30,000 babies a year. It would operate solely on renewably energy and would enable infertile couples to conceive their own biological offspring.
In November Ghaili stated:
“My new concept will be unveiled in early December, something that I have been working on for a while. The new concept relies on over 50 years of groundbreaking scientific research,” declared the 32-year-old Ghaili.
In a press release the conceptualization was explained further:
It’s a perfect solution for women who had their uterus surgically removed due to cancer or other complications. With EctoLife, premature births and C-sections will be a thing of the past. EctoLife is designed to help countries that are suffering from severe population decline, including Japan, Bulgaria, South Korea, and many others.”
In an interview with “Science and Stuff,” Al-Ghaili proclaimed that he believes the EctoLife concept will eventually replace natural childbirth. The 30,000 per year birth figure is explained by having a building that houses 75 separate, functional labs. Each lab would contain 400 “growth pods” or “artificial wombs” that will duplicate the conditions inside the mother’s uterus.
“EctoLife allows your baby to develop in an infection-free environment. The pods are made of materials that prevent germs from sticking to their surfaces. Every growth pod features sensors that can monitor your baby’s vital signs, including heartbeat, temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate and oxygen saturation. The artificial-intelligence-based system also monitors the physical features of your baby and reports any potential genetic abnormalities.”
“The pods are equipped with a screen that displays real-time data on the developmental progress of your baby. These data are sent directly to your phone so you can track your baby’s health from the comfort of your zone.”
“The app also provides you with a high-resolution live view of your baby’s development. A special section in the app allows you to watch a timelapse of your baby’s growth and share it directly with your loved ones.”
“EctoLife will also help you edit any trait you like for your baby, including customizing your “baby’s eye color, hair color, skin tone, physical strength, height, and level of intelligence.”
“And if you want your baby to stand out and have a brighter future, our Elite Package offers you the opportunity to genetically engineer the embryo before implanting it into the artificial womb. Thanks to CRISPR-Cas 9 gene editing tool, you can edit any trait of your baby through a wide range of over 300 genes. By genetically engineering a set of genes, the Elite Package allows you to customize your baby’s eye color, hair color, skin tone, physical strength, height, and level of intelligence. It also allows you to fix any inherited genetic diseases that are part of your family history so that your baby and their offspring will live a healthy comfortable life free of genetic diseases. Say goodbye to the pain of childbirth and birth-related muscle contractions.”
If all of this sounds cold and inhuman to you, get in line. Yet, it does present some interesting questions. It is a well-known fact that in the “New World Order,” that has been openly discussed by elitists like Bill Gates and others, population reduction is high on their list of priorities.
Could this be phase two of their plan?
Eliminate 2/3 thirds of the population that they view as inferior and begin re-populating with bio-engineered and genetically engineered human servants.
These humanoids would have predetermined personalities, political affiliations, occupations and even life expectancies. They may even be programmed with a mental switch, known only to the creators that can be triggered at any point in their life to initiate an attack, or another type of sinister undertaking.
In a global society that is fiercely divided by pro life believers and those that back abortion, why are extremely sophisticated “Baby Farms” being brought forward for us to contemplate?
Also, ask yourself this. These “Pod Farms” would be astronomically expensive to construct and operate efficiently, so “Why” isn’t the only question. Finding out “Who” wants them built is not only absolutely necessary, but it may also answer the “why” question as well.