It’s amazing how far we’ve come technology wise. We’ve come so far, in fact, that the implications of where we are heading holds incredibly drastic and questionable ethical concerns that have apparently been swept aside in the name of scientific pursuit.
Take the subject of today’s topic, for instance.
Creating diamonds out of human remains.
Sounds incredible, right?
In a “novel idea”, companies like LifeGem have introduced a new way to have your loved one memorialized. By using people’s carbon/ashes after they’re cremated – these companies are able to craft a diamond from a human being’s remains in a manner of days, weeks, months… depending on how large the diamond is requested to be.
However, some gemologists are opposed to this idea – no doubt because of the threat of synthetic diamonds honing in on their own business, but Robert James, a gemologist at the Insurance Institute of Jewelry Appraisal (at least at the time that the article in question came out), has this interesting report to make:
“In a report pitting claims made by Eterneva against independent scientific research, James concludes that while living human bones do contain carbon due to the living tissue, “during the cremation process, all of this carbon is either lost to the furnace fire or turned into gas that escapes through the cremation furnace vents.”
“Simply stated,” he continues, “there is no carbon left in cremation ashes unless the body is only partially cremated, something no cremation company will do.”
While I appreciate Robert James conclusion that a complete cremation would destroy any carbon left, I do question his assertion that no cremation company would only partially cremate a body. The appeal of financial compensation would, I’m sure, create some allies in the cremation business. Not to mention what a highly thought-out and impressive presentation might influence certain organizations to take part in.
With that being said, there are others who claim that there can be a way to extract carbon from hair as long as the hair is cut before the body is cremated. However, that still leaves room to doubt when a person has insufficient amount of hair to make the diamond in demand.
However, all of this is a moot point, because the topic isn’t so much that a body can be transmuted, if you will, into a diamond – but that it is, and what the concerning repercussions of that may be – and that may, in fact, hold far more sinister implications that humanity may never have realized.
Oh… you thought this article was just going to address the questionable ethical aspect of turning a loved one’s remains into a diamond?
No, not at all.
As anyone who has spent some time on my site may have deduced, I gather information from a wide variety of topics and present it here, for the readers to consider. Yes, the topics vary and sometimes cross the edge into conspiratorial natures, but seeing as how the subject at hand involves alchemical processes – and there are many who believe in this (turning water into wine, transubstantiation of the Eucharist, turning bodies into diamonds…) then there is no reason to not cross the barrier into other mysterious phenomena.
Take the case of the Russian prophet, Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov, for example. I have covered this young prophet before and referenced him a few times thereafter, but this specific topic is particularly intriguing to me, because when I first heard about people being turned into diamonds, from the prophecies of Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov, no less, I didn’t believe it.
In fact, I thought it was absolutely preposterous.
Turning people into diamonds? Pfft, yeah right.
However, in the absolute case of slapping me upside the head for my ignorance, a synchronous event led me to finding out that this is, indeed, an actual happenstance. I did not search out this information for myself, unfortunately. I thought it was too unbelievable to actually be real.
No, instead, I found this out while researching a different topic altogether. So imagine my surprise when I came across this article, Dead people and pets are being forged into sparkling blue diamonds — here’s how, while on a trail researching carbon, boron, graphite/graphene and the immune system. I was not expecting this to come up.
Imagine the humbling attitude it took for me to realize that as much as I write about (and believe in) many of these fantastic accounts, that I am still capable of disbelief and skepticism.
In fact, the “people into diamonds” business has been in effect since at least 2000 – so who knows how long this idea was even put into motion?
Well… another reason I didn’t believe (didn’t want to believe?) that turning people into diamonds was a real endeavor, was the main purpose that Vyacheslav said it was for. Again, it sounds incredulous, but as I’ve learned, I’m not going to just dismiss it out of hand because it sounds far-fetched and I don’t want to believe it’s true.
WHY are humans being turned into diamonds?
(It may not be as innocuous as simply honoring their memory…)
Returning back to Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov’s prophecies, told through his mother since he passed away in 1993 (in which, I have already considered the possibility, like others have surmised, that the mother may be embellishing her son’s teachings/words, for whatever reason; however, after some study and consideration, have found this unlikely and not my current held stance), is this interesting tidbit about what these diamonds are used for…
@1:48:30: “Slavochka said that UFOs will be flying all over the world. He said that they are half(semi)-material objects. The fuel for this half-material object is diamonds. The larger the diamond the longer it lasts.
He even said that they have a big round button; he called it a button. If you remove this button, you’ll see a hole underneath. They insert a diamond there and it lasts them a long time. The larger the diamond is, the longer its use. In general, the fuel for these half-material objects is diamonds.
The world government supplies them with diamonds. The dedicated people deliver them these diamonds.”
A few minutes later, this is divulged:
@1:56:20: “Slava said that the world government has direct connections with “aliens” and that with their permission people are being dragged to these crafts where they are subjected to different experiments.
That it is possible to make a diamond out of a human. If the experiment is successful and they manage to press a person along with his soul somehow, then they get a very good diamond which gives them a nearly unlimited source of energy. Then demons are able to fly in their UFOs using human souls.
Of course, it sounds unbelievable, but he said that the Earth government allows “aliens”, that don’t exist – they are demons – to conduct various experiments on humans.
Eventually, they themselves will fear them a lot. World government is afraid of the “aliens”. But it uses all of their technologies. These technologies are terrible since they allow making a diamond out of a human being and then fly on it in UFOs.
Diamonds are fuel provided to them by the world government. The larger the diamond, the longer is the flight. Slava just said, “The larger the diamond, the longer it lasts.”
(For transparency reasons, there is a “copypasta” that has made its rounds on the internet that also delves into this topic (along with other content) perhaps as a way to try and delegitimize the details surrounding this information. I cannot claim one way or another if this was done in a sincere attempt to try and get the information out, or if it was widely spread to promote the idea of nonsensical “conspiracy theories” as a means of invalidating its veracity.)
It sounds unbelievably insane; I get that. So much so, that initially this was the one piece of information that I could not wrap my head around when I first heard this mentioned.
Yet, when researching what even those at the top levels of the Pentagon have alleged, at least, according to Luis Elizondo, former head of the Pentagon’s AATIP (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) from 2010 to 2017, he had this to say:
“In fact, Elizondo claimed one senior official “told him to ‘Stop’ ” investigating UFOs — and asked Elizondo if he had “read your Bible lately?”
Elizondo asked where his boss was going with the non sequitur before acknowledging familiarity with the Good Book. As per Elizondo, he was then told, “Well, then you would know that these things are demonic and we should not be pursuing them.’ “
In the same article, are additional references of those in high positions alleging claims that UFOs/extraterrestrials are demonic in nature:
“Dr. Eric Davis, Ph.D., a former rocket scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratory and currently a scientist at government contractor the Aerospace Corporation, confirmed: “They objected to UFOs as being Satanic!”
“Nick Pope (former head of the UFO office in the UK’s Ministry of Defence) saw similar incidents of religion trumping science in the UK. “Some objections come from people in government who think the phenomenon is real — but demonic,” Pope said. “Their belief seems to be that studying UFOs would thus give energy to attention-seeking demons, which should be avoided. This view comes, in part, from the biblical description of Satan as ‘the prince of the power of the air.’ “
Interesting how even government officials are describing UFOs as being satanic and their biblical references to Satan being the “prince of the power of the air”.
And with that, I’d like to defer your attention back to another one of Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov’s accounts:
@1:45:35: “He said that planes and helicopters will be crashing and falling to the ground very often. It will take a long time for people to figure out why. But finally they will understand why.
When a UFO will stand right in front of the aircraft preventing it from taking off and use different ways to thwart people, then they will realize that it’s undesirable to occupy airspace because UFOs are preparing for the war with God. Slavochka said, “They are preparing for the war with God.” Therefore, they need the airspace to maneuver, and if an aircraft appears to be on their way they crash it.”
Hm… take it for what it’s worth, and as crazy as it might sound, I am inclined to believe Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov’s words over the incredibly corrupt medical/scientific organizations who have perpetuated multiple heinous lies in order to get everyone on the planet vaccinated with a gene-altering “therapy” drug.
Keep in mind, even those at the Pentagon/DoD levels have suspected UFOs/extraterrestrials as being demonic in nature. And as Vyacheslav has stated, those of governmental authority will also end up fearing these beings.
We could go even further back: in 1991, Reverend Dr. Ray Boeche had a clandestine meeting with a couple of officials at the Department of Defense, where he and the Pentagon/DoD came to the realization that they were dealing with decidedly diabolical forces:
“Although the DoD had initially assumed the entities they were dealing with were extraterrestrial, Boeche was informed that over time that view changed significantly and dramatically. Indeed, the scientists on board eventually came to believe that they were not dealing with aliens from far away galaxies, after all, but with highly dangerous, deceptive, manipulative demons – as in literal demons from a literal Hell.
The UFO presence on our planet, the Pentagon group believed, was designed to seduce us into believing aliens were amongst us, when the reality – as they saw it, at least – was that we were being led to accept that belief as a means to allow Satan’s minions to get his claws into us.”
“As incredible as it might sound, those attached to the Pentagon program consulted numerous early texts and books that addressed the field of demonology, chiefly to try and figure out the extent to which the UFO phenomenon – some of it or, perhaps, even all of it – was the result of demonic activity and attendant satanic deception. A great deal of time was spent studying numerous books on ancient and modern demonology, including John Deacon and John Walker’s 1601 work, Dialogical Discourses of Spirits and Devils and R. Campbell Thompson’s The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia.
The Deacon and Walker book presented to its readers a long and complicated history of demonology, the means by which demons could get their grips into easily manipulated people, and the deceptive nature of these unholy creatures – all of which was worryingly familiar to the Department of Defense team.”
As for the original topic of this discussion, turning people into diamonds, how can one be sure of the actual motives of these “LifeGem” (and the several others like it) companies?
In 2002 [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2dWnDzx83g ] “LifeGem introduces a diamond created from ashes on the NBC Today Show in 2002”, @2:12 the alleged founder of LifeGem, Greg Herro, claims that they can make at least 50 diamonds from one person’s body. Of course, these 50 would undoubtedly be of the same size/weight to fit into a ring or necklace. But what if these companies create the one gem (or amount of gems) for the innocent loved one who asked for it, yet used the rest of the cremains to create a larger diamond for a separate purpose?
It would make sense that they wouldn’t want to waste the rest of the material and instead could use the rest to craft a much larger diamond at the behest of, say, an influential and powerful organization…
And that’s assuming that these companies aren’t just sending a completely synthesized diamond made out of the usual material to their customers, and using the complete cremains for their own motive.
This is, of course, speculation, and I have no idea how these companies actually synthesize the diamonds or use the remains/ashes of a human body. Or even if the procedure of these ashes-to-diamonds companies are the same as what Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov mentioned. Perhaps they are two entirely different procedures altogether. However, the implications in this post should be worth a serious consideration.
Are we willing to transmute a loved ones body (or ourself, for that matter) to presumably encapsulate our DNA, our being, into a hardened rock without knowing the full ramifications of what such actions would arise?
“Suppose there is an opportunity to create a tangible memory of someone who has passed away.
your loved one, your child, your pet.
Their soul, their existence, their DNA processed into the hardest crystal in the world.
It is possible.
DNA Diamonds offers the chance of an eternal existence.
A ship that will never perish.
An everlasting legacy from generation to generation.
A memorial diamond.”
While it may sound appealing to some people, we must realize the tricks and deception that will lead us astray and into a darkened corner where:
“Now the Spirit expressly says that in later times some will depart from the faith by devoting themselves to deceitful spirits and teachings of demons, “ – 1 Timothy 4:1
“But there were also false prophets among the people, even as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Lord who bought them, and bring on themselves swift destruction. And many will follow their destructive ways, because of whom the way of truth will be blasphemed. By covetousness they will exploit you with deceptive words;”
– 2 Peter 2:1-3
But instead we should cease without praying, and build up our spiritual armor, so that we will be able to discern the path to Jesus Christ. We must wonder, a divine being who shuns material possessions would probably not look too fondly upon desecrating a human body solely for the purpose of turning it into a sparkling stone, much less if it is to be used to serve the purpose of satanic forces.
This is not meant to be a harsh assessment. While for many it would make sense that people would like to honor a deceased loved one by keeping them with us in this way, and it would seem a beautiful gesture, the teachings of Christ asks us to give our Earthly/physical life to Him and to pursue the spiritual path instead.
And of course there is the controversial debate that not everybody believes in God/Jesus Christ, and so this topic would be challenged in that regard in the first place. But, that is for each person to decide for themselves. I cannot and will not attempt to dissuade someone from their beliefs. I think we will all come to the Truth in due time, whether it happens to be before our death, during, or after.
But I will say this, for those of us seeking the spiritual path:
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.”
– Romans 12:2
This gives a whole new meaning to the term “diamond appraisal”… How much is our soul worth?
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