Oliver the "Humanzee"

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When I first read about this is 1990, I made fun of my friend Oliver for weeks.
Not anymore.

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In our strange new world, rumors abound about secret genetic experiments, hybrids, chimeras, and Deep State clones.
I'm wondering if Oliver was a disclosure of some experiment in hybridization.
Was he an escapee from some South African lab?
Was he a result of artificial insemination? (If not, yuck!).
He looked and acted very human, walked upright in bipedal motion for constant periods, and even smoked cigars and used tools.
I need help here, folks.


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBPtxcyMvuA



Excerpt:

"A Human Marvel, perhaps?

Oliver was different from all other apes, very different.
During his initial run in the freak shows of the 1970’s Oliver was billed as a missing link, as a hybrid of man and chimpanzee, a ‘humanzee’. This claim was substantiated with a bold medical statement claiming that Oliver possessed 47 chromosomes, one more than man and one less than a typical chimpanzee.
Forgoing the medical claims, the sheer appearance and demeanor of Oliver set him apart from other primates. His peculiar human-like facial features, light eye color, pattern baldness and soft voice were often enough to convince spectators of his unusual pedigree. His mannerisms were extremely human and the fact that Oliver was bipedal, that he walked upright unlike other chimps and apes, certainly furthered all claims. He was not trained to walk upright; it was simply his natural and favored means of movement.

When he was first brought over from the Congo by Frank and Janet Burger, famous animal trainers often featured on the Ed Sullivan Show, his uniqueness was quickly identified. The Burger family claimed that their other chimps wanted nothing to do with Oliver, that he was shunned by their society. Surprisingly, Oliver was fine with the arrangement as he preferred the company of his human handlers. He proved to be a great asset to them as he spontaneously began doing their chores. He would often feed the animals and even used tools, like a wheelbarrow, when loads were too much to handle. His intelligence and ability to learn was astounding. As he grew older, Oliver acquired the human habits of morning coffee drinking and evening cocktails, often mixing his own drinks. His behavior was not just mimicry either as Oliver demonstrated on numerous occasions his ability to overcome obstacles and extrapolate solutions using his logic or previously learned behavior and concepts.

Oliver was sexually attracted to human females as well and, due to his strength, was considered a danger to handlers and spectators. He was passed around between various promoters and animal handlers for a number of years, all of them unable to cope with his unusual habits and personality. In 1986 Oliver was sold to a lab. Amazingly, Oliver was spared from typically torturous and fatal laboratory experimentation due to his unique characteristics. He was simply not considered a viable specimen because there were too many variables in his genetics when compared to other chimps in the lab. Any experimentation performed on him would have been tainted in the eyes of researchers. Instead, Oliver spent seven years in a tiny five by seven cage.

In 1996 Oliver was rescued and lived the remainder of his days in a chimpanzee retirement villa. While there formal tests performed by the University of Chicago revealed that Oliver had the same number of chromosomes as all other chimps. It was noted during testing, however, that something in his genetic code was indeed different.

Is a human/ape hybrid possible? Many think so. In 1929 Soviet biologist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov was allegedly very close to creating such a creature. Frightening those in power, he was exiled to the Kazakh SSR during the Great Purge where he died two years later.

In 1977, researcher J. Michael Bedford discovered that human sperm could penetrate the protective outer membranes of a gibbon egg, which genetically is the ape furthest from humans."
 
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When I first read about this is 1990, I made fun of my friend Oliver for weeks.
Not anymore.

View attachment 1074

In our strange new world, rumors abound about secret genetic experiments, hybrids, chimeras, and Deep State clones.
I'm wondering if Oliver was a disclosure of some experiment in hybridization.
Was he an escapee from some South African lab?
Was he a result if insemination?
He looked and acted very human, walked upright in bipedal motion for constant periods, and even smoked cigars and used tools.
I need help here, folks.


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBPtxcyMvuA



Excerpt:

"A Human Marvel, perhaps?

Oliver was different from all other apes, very different.
During his initial run in the freak shows of the 1970’s Oliver was billed as a missing link, as a hybrid of man and chimpanzee, a ‘humanzee’. This claim was substantiated with a bold medical statement claiming that Oliver possessed 47 chromosomes, one more than man and one less than a typical chimpanzee.
Forgoing the medical claims, the sheer appearance and demeanor of Oliver set him apart from other primates. His peculiar human-like facial features, light eye color, pattern baldness and soft voice were often enough to convince spectators of his unusual pedigree. His mannerisms were extremely human and the fact that Oliver was bipedal, that he walked upright unlike other chimps and apes, certainly furthered all claims. He was not trained to walk upright; it was simply his natural and favored means of movement.

When he was first brought over from the Congo by Frank and Janet Burger, famous animal trainers often featured on the Ed Sullivan Show, his uniqueness was quickly identified. The Burger family claimed that their other chimps wanted nothing to do with Oliver, that he was shunned by their society. Surprisingly, Oliver was fine with the arrangement as he preferred the company of his human handlers. He proved to be a great asset to them as he spontaneously began doing their chores. He would often feed the animals and even used tools, like a wheelbarrow, when loads were too much to handle. His intelligence and ability to learn was astounding. As he grew older, Oliver acquired the human habits of morning coffee drinking and evening cocktails, often mixing his own drinks. His behavior was not just mimicry either as Oliver demonstrated on numerous occasions his ability to overcome obstacles and extrapolate solutions using his logic or previously learned behavior and concepts.

Oliver was sexually attracted to human females as well and, due to his strength, was considered a danger to handlers and spectators. He was passed around between various promoters and animal handlers for a number of years, all of them unable to cope with his unusual habits and personality. In 1986 Oliver was sold to a lab. Amazingly, Oliver was spared from typically torturous and fatal laboratory experimentation due to his unique characteristics. He was simply not considered a viable specimen because there were too many variables in his genetics when compared to other chimps in the lab. Any experimentation performed on him would have been tainted in the eyes of researchers. Instead, Oliver spent seven years in a tiny five by seven cage.

In 1996 Oliver was rescued and lived the remainder of his days in a chimpanzee retirement villa. While there formal tests performed by the University of Chicago revealed that Oliver had the same number of chromosomes as all other chimps. It was noted during testing, however, that something in his genetic code was indeed different.

Is a human/ape hybrid possible? Many think so. In 1929 Soviet biologist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov was allegedly very close to creating such a creature. Frightening those in power, he was exiled to the Kazakh SSR during the Great Purge where he died two years later.

In 1977, researcher J. Michael Bedford discovered that human sperm could penetrate the protective outer membranes of a gibbon egg, which genetically is the ape furthest from humans."
This is interesting.
I don't have time to watch the whole video now (Spring has sprung and I have vegetables to plant).Did they mention how the trainers came to find him? i.e. in the wild or amongst a tribe?
Possibilities include an unnatural sex act like those who enjoy goats, a genetic throwback to ancient days of genetic modification or modern genetic modification.
I actually find his facial features more similar to an Orangatan (from another continent I know).



I will look into this further tonight see what I can find.

Some further research led to;

An American scientist of renown claims an old legend of a human-chimp hybrid creature born in the 1920s may actually be true.

Evolutionary psychologist Gordon G. Gallup is known for his pioneering work in the 1970s that showed how chimps could learn to recognize themselves in the mirror. In a recent interview with The Sun, he said that a hybrid creature was born in a lab where he once worked, as he was told by his former university professor.

Whether such an experiment actually took place and a humanzee was really born is not proven by other sources, but Gallup, who is currently a researcher at the University of Albany, maintains that he heard this from a “credible scientist in his own right.”

The researchers who created the chimp-human hybrid fairly quickly got rid of the product of their experiment out of ethical concerns, according to Gallup.
"One of the most interesting cases involved an attempt which was made back in the 1920s in what was the first primate research centre established in the US in Orange Park, Florida," Gallup told The Sun. “They inseminated a female chimpanzee with human semen from an undisclosed donor and claimed not only that pregnancy occurred but the pregnancy went full term and resulted in a live birth."
Whether such an experiment actually took place and a humanzee was really born is not proven by other sources, but Gallup, who is currently a researcher at the University of Albany, maintains that he heard this from a “credible scientist in his own right.”
The researchers who created the chimp-human hybrid fairly quickly got rid of the product of their experiment out of ethical concerns, according to Gallup.
Source

Then down the rabbit hole went I.....
Augusto Dembo.
In January 2020, reports went viral about an Angolan woman claiming on her deathbed that she had had a longterm sexual relationship with a wild chimpanzee and that her 12-year-old son, Augusto Dembo (shown at right), was a hybrid resulting from that relationship. However, photographs cannot prove hybrid ancestry, and it seems Augusto has not been examined via genetic testing. Moreover there have been various claims that this case represents a hoax. According to reports, Augusto now (March 2020) lives with his uncle and aunt in the capital city of Luanda. In the reports, Dr. António Mendes of the Hospital Municipal do Moxico, in the city of Luena there in Angola, is quoted as saying that “Sexual relationships between humans and chimpanzees are fairly common in the region but this is the first time a pregnancy is officially reported.” It's true, however, that reports about Angolan women hybridizing with apes have been appearing for more than three centuries.

Source

.....and for a little light relief after that, there is this pot smoking Annanuki guy. ?
View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rEi0tzBsszA
 
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My opinion is that he was a chimpanzee with many physical problems and not a hybrid. But they are trying to create chimeras and they publicize it themselves. Of course, the excuse is always "scientific advancement" and creating solutions to human problems like creating replacement organs for use in transplants.
 

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When I first read about this is 1990, I made fun of my friend Oliver for weeks.
Not anymore.

View attachment 1074

In our strange new world, rumors abound about secret genetic experiments, hybrids, chimeras, and Deep State clones.
I'm wondering if Oliver was a disclosure of some experiment in hybridization.
Was he an escapee from some South African lab?
Was he a result if insemination?
He looked and acted very human, walked upright in bipedal motion for constant periods, and even smoked cigars and used tools.
I need help here, folks.


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBPtxcyMvuA



Excerpt:

"A Human Marvel, perhaps?

Oliver was different from all other apes, very different.
During his initial run in the freak shows of the 1970’s Oliver was billed as a missing link, as a hybrid of man and chimpanzee, a ‘humanzee’. This claim was substantiated with a bold medical statement claiming that Oliver possessed 47 chromosomes, one more than man and one less than a typical chimpanzee.
Forgoing the medical claims, the sheer appearance and demeanor of Oliver set him apart from other primates. His peculiar human-like facial features, light eye color, pattern baldness and soft voice were often enough to convince spectators of his unusual pedigree. His mannerisms were extremely human and the fact that Oliver was bipedal, that he walked upright unlike other chimps and apes, certainly furthered all claims. He was not trained to walk upright; it was simply his natural and favored means of movement.

When he was first brought over from the Congo by Frank and Janet Burger, famous animal trainers often featured on the Ed Sullivan Show, his uniqueness was quickly identified. The Burger family claimed that their other chimps wanted nothing to do with Oliver, that he was shunned by their society. Surprisingly, Oliver was fine with the arrangement as he preferred the company of his human handlers. He proved to be a great asset to them as he spontaneously began doing their chores. He would often feed the animals and even used tools, like a wheelbarrow, when loads were too much to handle. His intelligence and ability to learn was astounding. As he grew older, Oliver acquired the human habits of morning coffee drinking and evening cocktails, often mixing his own drinks. His behavior was not just mimicry either as Oliver demonstrated on numerous occasions his ability to overcome obstacles and extrapolate solutions using his logic or previously learned behavior and concepts.

Oliver was sexually attracted to human females as well and, due to his strength, was considered a danger to handlers and spectators. He was passed around between various promoters and animal handlers for a number of years, all of them unable to cope with his unusual habits and personality. In 1986 Oliver was sold to a lab. Amazingly, Oliver was spared from typically torturous and fatal laboratory experimentation due to his unique characteristics. He was simply not considered a viable specimen because there were too many variables in his genetics when compared to other chimps in the lab. Any experimentation performed on him would have been tainted in the eyes of researchers. Instead, Oliver spent seven years in a tiny five by seven cage.

In 1996 Oliver was rescued and lived the remainder of his days in a chimpanzee retirement villa. While there formal tests performed by the University of Chicago revealed that Oliver had the same number of chromosomes as all other chimps. It was noted during testing, however, that something in his genetic code was indeed different.

Is a human/ape hybrid possible? Many think so. In 1929 Soviet biologist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov was allegedly very close to creating such a creature. Frightening those in power, he was exiled to the Kazakh SSR during the Great Purge where he died two years later.

In 1977, researcher J. Michael Bedford discovered that human sperm could penetrate the protective outer membranes of a gibbon egg, which genetically is the ape furthest from humans."
This is interesting.
I don't have time to watch the whole video now (Spring has sprung and I have vegetables to plant).Did they mention how the trainers came to find him? i.e. in the wild or amongst a tribe?
Possibilities include an unnatural sex act like those who enjoy goats, a genetic throwback to ancient days of genetic modification or modern genetic modification.
I actually find his facial features more similar to an Orangatan (from another continent I know).



I will look into this further tonight see what I can find.

Some further research led to;

An American scientist of renown claims an old legend of a human-chimp hybrid creature born in the 1920s may actually be true.

Evolutionary psychologist Gordon G. Gallup is known for his pioneering work in the 1970s that showed how chimps could learn to recognize themselves in the mirror. In a recent interview with The Sun, he said that a hybrid creature was born in a lab where he once worked, as he was told by his former university professor.

Whether such an experiment actually took place and a humanzee was really born is not proven by other sources, but Gallup, who is currently a researcher at the University of Albany, maintains that he heard this from a “credible scientist in his own right.”

The researchers who created the chimp-human hybrid fairly quickly got rid of the product of their experiment out of ethical concerns, according to Gallup.
"One of the most interesting cases involved an attempt which was made back in the 1920s in what was the first primate research centre established in the US in Orange Park, Florida," Gallup told The Sun. “They inseminated a female chimpanzee with human semen from an undisclosed donor and claimed not only that pregnancy occurred but the pregnancy went full term and resulted in a live birth."
Whether such an experiment actually took place and a humanzee was really born is not proven by other sources, but Gallup, who is currently a researcher at the University of Albany, maintains that he heard this from a “credible scientist in his own right.”
The researchers who created the chimp-human hybrid fairly quickly got rid of the product of their experiment out of ethical concerns, according to Gallup.
Source

Then down the rabbit hole went I.....
Augusto Dembo.
In January 2020, reports went viral about an Angolan woman claiming on her deathbed that she had had a longterm sexual relationship with a wild chimpanzee and that her 12-year-old son, Augusto Dembo (shown at right), was a hybrid resulting from that relationship. However, photographs cannot prove hybrid ancestry, and it seems Augusto has not been examined via genetic testing. Moreover there have been various claims that this case represents a hoax. According to reports, Augusto now (March 2020) lives with his uncle and aunt in the capital city of Luanda. In the reports, Dr. António Mendes of the Hospital Municipal do Moxico, in the city of Luena there in Angola, is quoted as saying that “Sexual relationships between humans and chimpanzees are fairly common in the region but this is the first time a pregnancy is officially reported.” It's true, however, that reports about Angolan women hybridizing with apes have been appearing for more than three centuries.

Source

.....and for a little light relief after that, there is this pot smoking Annanuki guy. ?
View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rEi0tzBsszA
You know I passed through Atlanta airport a few years ago, and Augusto looks a lot like
the Mayor, whose pictures are up on absolutely every hallway in the airport. Except for the shirt.
 

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In terms of alchemy, for a spell to be more successful, it is usually performed with the Sign of Solomon or David's Star. This so happens to be the same sign of the Heart Chakra. So I speculate that these hybrid beings must be performed in an "act of love", to come into fruition. Whether legitimately or not, cursed or not, I am not sure.
 

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Genuine hybrid animals.
Some food for thought.
Zorse and Liger.

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I saw one at my work years ago she was dressed in a shirt and pants she had human skin and hair but her body proportions were like a chimp and she was acting and moving like a chimp and doing that kind of tree swinging and jumping like you see them do at zoos,She had handlers watching her. Maybe they were testing the response of people to her.
 

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This is an interesting thread in many ways. There were, allegedly, many 'freak shows' and 'circuses' back around the turn of the 20th C, (and afterwards). Some of these 'people' were beyond hideous, but one has to ask where they 'came from'. It's also interesting to note that many of these so-called 'hybrids' (Liger for example) actually grew to me much larger than their parents. This makes me think of 'Biblical giants' perhaps being a hybrid 'creation' of the first and second Biblical creations. (Gen 1:27 and Gen 2:7). Food for thought.
 

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