A reader asks:
For a few years now, I have been researching into what is known as the “Celebrity Replacement Theory” in which a human being is put into the spotlight as a celebrity for a couple years until they are switched out of the public eye and replaced with an impostor who, more often than not, has similarities between the original being, in both looks and talent. One such example of the Celebrity Replacement Theory is Paul McCartney, as well as more recently, Avril Lavigne.
Could The Committee confirm whether or not this happens - or has happened - in the music/show business, or/and even in politics?
I do not and have never answered questions of criminality, either guilt or innocence. I nearly always draw a blank in such cases.
Replies The Committee:
Yes, in general this has occurred among humans in the past, but without a replacement. Removal and replacement are not in effect; removal followed by a convincing replacement of a well and widely known person are too difficult to achieve in current human societies, thus beyond the capability of humans.
Visitors to Earth who might do this would never carry out or allow such a grotesque interference in human affairs. The impostor would be detected by many close friends and associates, the bona fide replaced celebrity person would be effectively imprisoned or murdered. Visitors with this capability would NEVER allow or do this.
Humans however, have eliminated people, providing credible, false explanations.