Indeed??? "Clear" you say?! Poppycock, sir, poppycock and bamboozlement of the shoddiest kind, promulgation of the basest sort, bordering on mere sophism and flimflam! Harrumph!
And where do you point as a foundation for this slander, pray tell? I can find nothing to support your unfounded rumours and speculation, (altho' I'll admit that searching the 4th ed pdf was far easier than the 5th ed hardcopy - ahem.)
In fact, quite the contrary:
Creo Technique (p77) :
"...Natural things (as opposed to artificial, man-made things) are easy to create and heal...
Corpus Form (p 78) :
"...dead bodies... as well as those of living humans..."
Corpus Spells (p 129) :
"Corpus spells deal with human or humanlike bodies and anything that involves those bodies...
CrCo Guidelines (p 130) :
...Creo Animal spells may be used as guidelines and examples for Creo Corpus Spells."
So, while you can't create a soul, while you can't create "true" human life, you can certainly create a semblance of it, to one extent or another.
Lesser Limits (p 80) :
Limit of the Soul: ... magic cannot create an immortal soul, and so may not create true human life...
If not, they would not have qualified the limits to "true human life", as opposed to whatever it is that Hermetic magi can create.
Now, go away, or I shall Harrumph you a second time!
(Fortunately, this thread has no topic, so it'd be hard to derail it at this point.)