Michael Jackson cloned himself before death!


Michael Jackson paid scientists to clone his DNA
before his death in 2009 for the goal of creating
replicas of himself, author Michael C. Luckman has

The King of Pop passed away in June 2009 from
acute Propofol intoxication but in the years leading
up to his demise he paid millions of dollars to
European scientists engaged in cutting edge genetic
research to create replicas of himself.

Michael’s wish was that the replicas would be able
to carry on his legacy after his passing and he
made ”safe deposits” of his sperm in three different
medical facilities across the world to be used if he

Director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial
Research Michael C. Luckman has made the claim,
revealing the information was given to him by late
celebrity fashion designer Andre Van Pier – who
designed stage costumes for Michael and his sister
Janet Jackson, and was friends with their sibling La
Toya Jackson.

Luckman said: ”Van Pier first learned of the
futuristic cloning experiments and the secret sperm
deposits from a close associate at a longevity
centre based in Panama.
Michael’s enthusiasm for cloning began with the
successful cloning of Dolly the Sheep and escalated
following false claims by the Raelians, a UFO cult
group with headquarters in Canada, that they had
cloned the first human baby.”

The alien expert claims samples of Michael’s sperm
were recently moved from a Los Angeles fertility
clinic to England by the Jackson family for
Luckman – who has just completed his book ‘The
Battle for Michael Jackson’s Soul’, which
documents the ‘Thriller’ singer’s fascination with
human cloning – believes the work could be being
carried out now.

He said: ”Michael wanted this to happen, and spent
time and money trying to achieve his goal.
We could see many dead stars resurrected with
science. Canadian dentist Dr. Michael Zuk
purchased one of John Lennon’s teeth at auction
and has announced plans to use the DNA from the
tooth to create a perfect double of the former

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