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Did Kate and William Have Twin Boys - One For Spare Parts?

July 23, 2013


Does the perfectly perfect fairytale story about the royal birth on Monday, July 22nd at 4:24pm sound like a fairytale?

There's every reason to believe that fashion-obsessed Kate was never pregnant in the first place, that she used a surrogate and that she wore silicone baby bumps at 3, 6 and 9 months for photo ops.

Notice the high heels she is wearing while 9 months pregnant and notice how "unpregnant" she looks - except for the baby bump.


Our 2 part series contends that Kate, like many celebrity women, hired a "surrogate" to avoid morning sickness, weight gain, swollen ankles and breasts, bladder discomfort, labour, pain, stretch marks and to preserve her shapely, underweight body and fashion obsessed royal lifestyle.

The 2 part series also contends that when Kate was admitted to hospital between December 3 and December 6, 2012, she wasn't admitted for morning sickness since medical staff at the royal estate could have easily treated her condition. She was admitted to the hospital for egg removal surgery and "in vitrio" fertilization. The nurse who allegedly committed suicide during Kate's hospital stay was murdered when she learned Kate wasn't really pregnant. See Part One and Part two at http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/news825_kate.html


Plans to create IVF twins and use the embryo of one as a source of spare body parts for the other involves artificially producing pairs of twins by splitting a fertilised embryo.

While one embryo is allowed to develop into a fully formed person, the other could be kept in deep freeze and used to provide spare tissue or organ parts for its sibling, if needed.

The gender is selected using a technique called Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD).

The organs and spare part tissue of one twin would be grown in the laboratory from stem cells taken from the embryo. Since the twins share the same genetic make-up, there would be no risk of organ or tissue rejection.

The human cloning plan is backed by British gynaecologist Dr Paul Rainsbury and United States doctor Panos Zavos. It is, in fact, a way of producing two identical babies by artificial means - a process that already happens in nature.


Another option available to Kate and William was "in vitrio" fertilization of one egg with William's sperm and artificially producing pairs of twins by splitting the fertilised embryo. The embryo could then be implanted into a surrogate. Once the twins are born by surrogacy, the twins could alternate and share the same "public" role and identity.

If egg removal and in vitrio fertilization occured during Kate's hospital stay on December 3, 2012, the identical male twins would not be due by surrogacy until about July 31st. (35 weeks gestation).

This may explain the fake overdue delivery date of July 22nd - to buy time for the surrogate delivery a week or two later.

Watch: http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/DVD-King.html

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