Monday, November 24, 2014

Rewriting Our DNA

Here was the clue to why so many people write in a chiastic fashion—it‘s literally in their genes.  The DNA not only looks like an X, but was referred to as a text, a keyboard, and a musical score, and that it could be rewritten. How is it rewritten?

At a genetic level, sound gives rise to light. Fritz Albert Popp’s Nobel prize-winning research establishes that every cell in the body receives, stores and emits coherent light in the form of biophotons. In tandem with biophonons, biophotons maintain electromagnetic frequency patterns in all living organisms. In the words of Dr. Stephen Lindsteadt, this matrix that is produced and sustained by frequency oscillations “provides the energetic switchboarding behind every cellular function, including DNA/RNA messengering. Cell membranes scan and convert signals into electromagnetic events as proteins in the cell's bi-layer change shape to vibrations of specific resonant frequencies.” Emphasizing that every “biochemical reaction is preceded by an electromagnetic signal,” Lindsteadt concludes, “Cells communicate both electromagnetically and chemically and create biochemical pathways that interconnect all functions of the body.”

Russian scientists Peter Gariaev and Vladimir Poponin have also explored DNA's extraordinary electromagnetic properties. Their research shows that DNA has a special ability to attract photons, causing the latter to spiral along the helix-shaped DNA molecule instead of proceeding along a linear path. In other words, DNA has the amazing ability–unlike any other molecule known to exist–to bend or weave light around itself.

In addition, it appears that a previously undetected form of intelligent light or intention energy (emanating from higher dimensions and distinguishable from both gravity and electromagnetic radiation) which Dr. Eli Cartan first termed “torsion” in 1913 after its twisting movement through the fabric of space-time, gives rise to DNA. Many decades later, the concept of torsion energy was still alive and well enough to inspire an entire generation of Russian scientists, who authored thousands of papers on the subject in the 1990s alone. “A unified subliminal field of potentially universal consciousness apparently exists,” writes Horowitz on the subject of the Russian studies, “and may be explained as emerging from a previously overlooked physical vacuum.”1

 Drawing on meticulously documented research, Harvard-trained Leonard Horowitz expertly demonstrated that DNA emits and receives both phonons and photons, or electromagnetic waves of sound and light. In the 1990s, according to Dr. Horowitz, "three Nobel laureates in medicine advanced research that revealed the primary function of DNA lies not in protein synthesis ... but in the realm of bioacoustic and bioelectric signaling."

Research strongly suggests that human DNA is literally a genetic “text”; that chromosomes both produce and receive the information contained in these texts in order to encode and decode them, respectively; and that chromosomes assemble themselves into a holographic grating or lattice designed to generate and interpret highly stable spiral standing waves of sound and light that direct all biological functions.

They found that the alkalines of our DNA follow regular grammar and do have set rules just like our languages. So human languages did not appear coincidentally but are a reflection of our inherent DNA.2

Scientists have managed to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of DNA-alkaline pairs and of language are of the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary. One can simply use words and sentences of the human language! 3

Scientists are reporting evidence that intact double-stranded DNA has the “amazing” ability to recognize similarities in other DNA strands from a distance. Somehow they are able to identify one another, and the tiny bits of genetic material tend to congregate with similar DNA

How cells "talk" to each other

DNA uses frequencies of every variety as an information tool, this suggests instead a feedback system of perfect communication through waves that encode and transfer information.
When you get a cut or scratch on your skin, the cells that are injured somehow signal the surrounding healthy cells to begin reproducing copies of themselves to fill in and mend the opening. When the skin is back to normal, a signal is sent to the cells to tell them to stop reproducing. Scientists have wondered exactly how this works.

Popp chose to work specifically with UV light because of the experiments of a Russian biologist named Alexander Gurwitsch who, while working with onions in 1923, discovered that roots could stimulate a neighboring plant's roots if the two adjacent plants were in quartz glass pots but not if they were in silicon glass pots. The only difference being that the silicon filtered UV wavelengths of light while the quartz did not. Gurwitsch theorized that onion roots could communicate with each other by ultraviolet light.

With biophoton emissions, Popp believed he had an answer to this question. This phenomenon of coordination and communication could only occur in a holistic system with one central orchestrator. Popp showed in his experiments that these weak light emissions were sufficient to orchestrate the body's repairs. The emissions had to be low intensity because these communications took place on a very small, intracellular, quantum level. Higher intensities would have an effect only in the world of the large and would create too much "noise" to be effective.

The number of photons emitted seemed to be linked to the organism's position on the evolutionary scale -- the more complex the organism, the fewer photons were emitted. Rudimentary animals and plants tended to emit 100 photons/cm2/sec at a wavelength of 200-800 nm, corresponding to a very-high-frequency EM wave well within the visible range, whereas humans emit only 10 photons/cm2/sec at the same frequency.  Here is the number 10 and the CHI in an interesting place.
I could not look at these similarities to healing and communication without being reminded of bees and their respective work in the hives.  What was indeed similar was the six-sided containers innately designed in a perfect size to accomplish the work of the hive and the quartz.  The quartz is six sided, which allowed the communication of UV light between the cells. Also because they are able to identify one another, which bees do in their hive, protecting it from any intruders, they serve to nourish the hive, feed the larvae, and help in the development of new life, and in this case, new DNA.
This is a phenomenon called 'photorepair', and it means that there must be some kind of light in the body responsible for photorepair, or communication and repair in the cell.

By Yvonne Bent

1.Sol Luckman, Sound, Intention, and Genetic Healing, 2006
2. Brazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf, DNA Can be influenced and Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies,, 2010
3.   DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies,, 2010.

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