In the last three articles we have discussed the structure and function of DNA, noting the importance of the dodecahedron in its structure, function and order.
We will now take a look at various scientific experiments concerning DNA as a structure of light, and how the DNA molecule can be affected by consciousness.
DNA is more like an antenna then an “absolute” blueprint for everything like a lot of people think.
“DNA is reliant on electromagnetic force for information. As the frequency of solar energy rises above the horizon it imprints itself in all living organisms,” explains Freddy Silva. “DNA depends on outside information for its development; in other words, it needs information sent to Earth in electromagnetic waves of light and acoustic waves of sound. According to biologist Lyall Watson: ‘Light waves carry both energy and information. It is no accident that the amount of energy contained in visible light is perfectly matched to the energy needed to carry out most chemical reactions.'”
Dr. Luc Montagnier
Dr. Luc Antoine Montagnier (1932-present) is a French virologist and winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in physiology/ medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
In 2011 Dr. Montagnier discovered DNA emits electromagnetic signals.
He took two hermetically sealed test tubes of water.
One contained a fragment of DNA, 100 bases long. The other contained pure water.
He isolated them both in a chamber that muted the earth’s natural EM field.
The test tubes were then electrified with a weak 7-hertz EM field (close to Schumann’s resonance of 7.83)
Credit: Dr. Luc Montagnier
Approximately 17 hours later the contents were put through polymerase chain reactions to identify any remnants of DNA.
Unexpectedly, DNA was recovered from both tubes!
“Montagnier and his team say this suggests DNA emits its own electromagnetic signals that imprint the DNA’s structure on other molecules (like water).”1
“To be on the safe side, Montagnier then compared the results with controls in which the time limit was lowered, no electromagnetic field was present or was present but at lower frequencies, and in which both tubes contained pure water. On every one of these, he drew a blank.”2
His study is not without controversy. However, “the quantum effect – the imprinting of the DNA on the water – is not in itself the most contentious element of the experiment, so much as the relatively long timescales over which it appears to manifest itself. Quantum phenomena are assumed to show their faces in imperceptible fractions of a second and not seconds minutes and hours, and usually at very low temperatures approaching absolute zero.
Revealing a process through which biology might display the underlying ‘quantumness’ of nature at room temperature would be startling.”3
Thus, DNA appears to be a quantum field effect that does not require other life first.
Life arranges spontaneously using the infinitely vast information embedded in the fractal-holographic matrix of Aether.
It appears, as columnist Arjun Walia states, that “the world of science is undoubtedly becoming more mysterious by the day.
This is exemplified by multiple discoveries within the realms of quantum physics, parapsychology, and more — discoveries that have challenged (and continue to challenge) the current framework of accepted scientific knowledge.
This kind of shift in ideology has happened many times over the course of our history; when the world instantaneously became round from flat, the majority of people were in disbelief and labeled the new theory’s proponents as blasphemers.
Some great examples of science that challenge these current and long held belief systems include: quantum entanglement, studies which examine the role of consciousness on physical systems (like the quantum double slit experiment), placebo studies, distant healing, and more.”4
It turns out that numerous breakthroughs have been made in regards to teleportation on the quantum level.
Professor Rainer Blatt at the University of Innsbruck in Austria led a team that was successfully able to perform teleportation on atoms for the first time. Their work was published in the journal Nature.
Prof. Rainer Blatt
They state in their paper, “Teleportation of a quantum state encompasses the complete transfer of information from one particle to another. The complete specification of the quantum state of a system generally requires an infinite amount of information, even for simple two-level systems (qubits). Moreover, the principles of quantum mechanics dictate that any measurement on a system immediately alters its state, while yielding at most one bit of information. The transfer of a state from one system to another (by performing measurements on the first and operations on the second) might therefore appear impossible. However, it has been shown that the entangling properties of quantum mechanics, in combination with classical communication, allow quantum-state teleportation to be performed.”5
Furthermore, a team of University of Queensland physicists demonstrated in 2013 successful teleportation with solid state systems. “This is a process by which quantum information can be transmitted from one place to another without sending a physical carrier of information.” 6
And a team from the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland and the University of Michigan succeeded in teleporting a quantum state directly from one atom to another over a substantial distance.7
Dr. Francis Crick
Dr. Francis Crick (1916-2004) was a British molecular biologist, biophysicist and neuroscientist who discovered the double helix structure of DNA in 1953 with colleague James Watson.
Dr. Francis Crick
He won a Nobel Prize for physiology/medicine in 1962 “for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material.”8
Dr. Crick proved DNA is far, far too complex to have evolved by random processes.
It would be as if the entire Encyclopedia Britannica assembled by random chance in perfect order.
“Francis Crick, co-originator of the structure of DNA, put the argument [of the origin of life] more specifically: The chances that the long polymer molecules that vitally sustain all living things, both proteins and DNA, could have been assembled by random processes from the chemical units of which they are made are so small as to be negligible, prompting the question whether the surface of the Earth was fertilized from elsewhere, perhaps from interstellar space. `Panspermia’ is the name for that.”9
Dr. Crick stated in his book Life Itself, “An honest man, armed with all the knowledge available to us now, could only state that in some sense, the origin of life appears at the moment to be almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would have had to have been satisfied to get it going.”10
Dr. Crick also discusses the near impossibility for DNA sequencing to be the result of random chance in the same book, “If a particular amino acid sequence was selected by chance, how rare an event would this be? This is an easy exercise in combinatorials. Suppose the chain is about two hundred amino acids long; this is, if anything rather less than the average length of proteins of all types. Since we have just twenty possibilities at each place, the number of possibilities is twenty multiplied by itself some two hundred times. This is conveniently written 20200 and is approximately equal to 10260, that is, a one followed by 260 zeros. Moreover, we have only considered a polypeptide chain of rather modest length. Had we considered longer ones as well, the figure would have been even more immense. The great majority of sequences can never have been synthesized at all, at any time.”11
Dr. Peter Gariaev – Wave-based Genetics (Fractal Genetics)
We discussed Dr. Peter Gariaev in Article 136 in our series on the Holographic Universe. We will review that information here as it directly relates to DNA.
From 1984 to 1994 Dr. Gariaev created a new direction in genetics – wave genetics.12
Visit his website for more information: http://wavegenetics.org/en/.
- Combines physical models of holographic associative memory and mathematical formalism having to do with intrinsic wave patterns in DNA.
- Treats the genome as a holographic bio-computer that generates endogenous solitonic acoustic and electromagnetic waves to carry 4D epigenetic (alternative coding) information used by biosystems for spatial and temporal self-organizing.
- Establishes the primacy of energetic, as opposed to biochemical, activity in directing cellular metabolism and replication.
Dr. Gariaev made the famous discovery of the DNA phantom effect.
The DNA Phantom Effect
In 1984 Dr. Peter Gariaev and Vladimir Poponin, from the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow discovered the DNA phantom effect.13
They took a quartz container (cuvette) with a DNA sample in it.
When light is zapped into the room photons appear all over as little dots.
When DNA is in the room, it acts like a miniature black hole – every photon was absorbed into the DNA.
Dr. Gariaev ended the experiment and removed the DNA. He then looked through the microscope.
The light kept spiraling where the DNA had been before.
He blasted the phantom with nitrogen gas.
The phantom disappeared for 5-8 minutes then returned.
The phantom remained visible for 30 days after it was first removed.
This was duplicated again and again. Later it was verified in Moscow and Stanford.
This shows that there is some kind of coherent energy template which is left behind (after the DNA had been removed) which scattered light in a similar, but different way as does the physical DNA molecule.
This effect only happened with DNA in the chamber, no other substances.
Two Necessary Conditions in order to observe the DNA phantoms:
- the presence of the DNA molecule
- the exposure of the DNA to weak coherent laser radiation
Two different frequencies have been shown to work.
Dr. Vladimir Poponin states, “The DNA phantom effect may be interpreted as a manifestation of a new physical vacuum substructure which has been previously overlooked.”
This proves DNA is harnessing an electromagnetic energy source.
It appears there are DNA-forming waves all around us in the Aether being caused by the energetic structure of gravity (flowing Aether itself).
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp (1938-present) is a theoretical biophysicist who taught at the University of Marburg in Germany and carried out research at several other German educational institutions. He is a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. He continues to carry out research through the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany on biophoton research and coherence systems in biology.14
His story is related in Lynn McTaggart’s book The Field.
He started out by examining an extremely deadly carcinogen (benzo[a]pyrene). It is found in coal tar, tobacco smoke and many foods, especially grilled meats.
“Itsdiol epoxide metabolites (BPDE) react and bind to DNA, resulting in mutations and eventually cancer.”15
When he zapped the carcinogen with UV light, he found it absorbed the light, but then sent it back out at a totally different frequency.
A similar chemical, bezo[e]pyrene, did not scramble the light, and is not deadly.
He studied 37 other chemicals – some were carcinogens – and found every single cancer-causing substance would rearrange UV light the same way.
All consistently targeted the frequency of 380 nanometers – they all took in this 380 nm light and rearranged it to a different frequency.
He then learned about ‘photo repair’.
If you blast a cell with UV light so 99% of the cell, including the DNA, is destroyed, you can almost entirely repair the damage in a single day just by illuminating the cell with the same wavelength of a very weak intensity.
This is well known, but not understood.
Incidentally, the best photo repair effects were already known to occur at 380 nm.
Dr. Popp then tested a variety of plant extracts to see if any of them changed the quality of light emissions from a human body – to find a cure for the light-scrambling effects of cancer.
Only one substance worked: mistletoe.
Interestingly enough, mistletoe was sacred as symbolic of the universal medicine to the Druids. “The Druids were priests and physicians, curing by magnetism and charging amulets with their fluidic influence. Their universal remedies were mistletoe and serpents’ eggs, because these substances attract the astral light in a special manner. The solemnity with which mistletoe was cut down drew upon this plant the popular confidence and rendered it powerfully magnetic…The progress of magnetism will someday reveal to us the absorbing properties of mistletoe. We shall then understand the secret of those spongy growths which drew the unused virtues of plants and become surcharged with tinctures and savors. Mushrooms, truffles, gall on trees, and the different kinds of mistletoe will be employed with understanding by a medical science, which will be new because it is old…”16
Popp wanted to find out if the human body was storing and giving off light, so he challenged a student to the task.
Bernhard Ruth was a graduate student of Popp’s.
Ruth wanted to prove light was not in the body; but ended up proving otherwise.
He was tasked by Popp to build a machine which used a photomultiplier enabling it to count light, one photon at a time.
He found high intensity light being emitted from cucumber seedlings – the seedlings were giving off photons significantly stronger than Popp had expected.
Ruth believed it was due to chlorophyll – so they switched to potatoes.
They found potatoes (with no chlorophyll) grown in the dark registered an even higher intensity of light – and their emissions were extremely coherent (highly structured, like a laser beam).
Dr. Popp, DNA & Light
Next, Popp and Ruth used DNA.
They hit the DNA with a chemical called ethidium bromide which causes DNA to unwind and die.
The more he blasted it with the chemical, the more light burst out of it.
Popp concluded: the ability to store and release light was a key aspect of how DNA works.
He found DNA was one of the most essential stores of light and sources of biophoton emissions.
He also found DNA was capable of sending out large range of frequencies and some frequencies seemed linked to certain functions.
Dr. Popp discovered all living things, from the most basic to most advanced, continuously emitted a permanent current of photons.
The more complex, the fewer photons were emitted. Rudimentary animals or plants give off significantly more light (about 100 photons/sq.inch) than humans do (about 10 photons/sq. inch).
This was coherent, high-frequency light, ranging between 200-800 nm, well above the visible range.
He found DNA uses frequencies as information tools – suggesting a feedback system of perfect communication through waves which encode and transfer information.
He also discovered if he shined light on living cells, they would first absorb it, then release an intense burst of new light after a brief period of time – he called this “delayed luminescence”.
Researcher David Wilcock states, “Our DNA apparently stashes away light as if it were a direct source of energy and vitality. If the DNA gets too much light, it sends it back out.”
Popp believed that, unlike waste, these light emissions were serving a very useful purpose – they contained information. Specifically, these light pulses carried the codes to reestablish order and balance throughout the body.
He also found that we give off much more photons when we’re going through stress.
Wilcock states, “It appears that these extra bursts of light contain the information our cells need to heal themselves – from all the damage we’ve been causing them through negative emotions.”
“Health was a state of perfect subatomic communication, and ill health was a state where communication breaks down.”17
Dr. Popp & Photon Radiation and Absorption
Dr. Popp found wave resonance wasn’t simply being used to communicate inside the body, but between living things.
He studied the water flea Daphnia and found that as one flea emitted light, the other fleas absorbed it.
He also found small fish were absorbing light from each other.
Sunflowers would position themselves to soak up the maximum number of photons and bacteria would soak up light from their surroundings.
Dr V.N. Tsytovich
“In 2007, a team of scientists from Russia, Germany and Australia, led by Dr. V.N. Tsytovich, discovered that ordinary dust arranged into DNA-like structures when suspended in a plasma of charged particles-similar to the conditions we find in outer space.
A computer model was built “to simulate the behavior of mixtures of inorganic interstellar dust in a plasma, which is an extremely hot gas of charged particles.”18
No order or structure was expected-but the dust naturally formed into corkscrew-shaped helical structures.
“The dust particles first form a cylindrical structure that sometimes evolved into helical structures. Along some spirals, the radius of the helix was seen to change abruptly from one value to another and then back again.
In some simulations, a spiral would divide into two, effectively reproducing itself.
In other simulations, two spirals induced structural changes in each other, and some spirals even appeared to evolve with time into more robust structures.”19
A detailed look at the study, From plasma crystals and helical structures towards inorganic living matter, can be found here: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/9/8/263/meta.
We can see how order and geometry are foundational elements of existence. Life simply cannot exist without order, and order is a fundamental aspect of geometry.
The spiraling helix pattern is built into the fabric of reality – the Aether. The helix itself in formed from spinning dodecahedral (golden ratio spiral) Aether flow forces.
The Platonic solids are always found at the core of all in life, the cosmos and nature.
Dr. David Busbee
Dr. David Busbee is a PhD in genetics and biochemistry and a NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientist.
He discovered that every human chromosome had a corollary chromosome in the dolphin. This means the dolphin genome and human genome are basically the same.
There are only a few chromosomal rearrangements that have changed the way the genetic material is put together.
Dr. David Haussler
Dr. David Haussler works in research at the University of California, Santa Cruz Genomics Institute.
His research “lies at the interface of mathematics, computer science, and molecular biology. He develops new statistical and algorithmic methods to explore the molecular function and evolution of the human genome, integrating cross-species comparative and high-throughput genomics data to study gene structure, function, and regulation.”20
Dr. Haussler compared DNA codes of human beings, rats and mice.
He found that several great stretches of DNA were identical across the three species.
Furthermore, chickens, dogs, and even fish had almost identical DNA codes to humans.
The sea squirt and fruit flies were less similar.
“If the DNA of humans, dolphins, rats, mice, chickens, dogs and fish are all so similar [as found in the work of Drs. Busbee and Haussler], and the DNA molecule can absorb and release coherent light, then we get tantalizingly close to the idea that all DNA is ultimately the product of a single wave, which undergoes relatively minor modifications to produce different species.”21
Dr. Glen Rein
Dr. Glen Rein is a biochemist from the University of London.
For the past 25 years he has pursued an academic career in traditional biomedical research at institutions such as Harvard and Stanford Medical Schools, where he studied neuroscience, immunology, psychoneuroimmunology and bioelectromagnetics. His bioelectromagnetics research culminated with an assistant professorship at Mt. Sinai Medical School and a publication in the prestigious journal Nature.”22
Dr. Rein studied the effects of consciousness on DNA.
DNA unwinds when a cell is about to divide, or has been damaged, or when it dies.
DNA winds when it is working to repair and heal.
The amount of winding or unwinding can be directly measured by how well it absorbs light at 260 nm.
Dr. Rein started by taking living DNA from human placentas, putting it in deionized water, then storing it in a beaker.
The tube was given to people trained in accurately creating human emotions who attempted to wind or unwind the DNA.
The control samples – where no one tried to do anything – changed by only 1.1%.
The treated samples changed from between 2-10%.
The senders with the most coherent brain wave patterns had the strongest ability to change the structure of DNA.
When people felt anger, DNA unwound and “died”.
When people felt love, DNA rewound healing an otherwise dead molecule.
In another case, DNA was placed in front of people who were generating coherence in their brain wave patterns but were not trying to change the DNA. There was no change in the winding or unwinding of the sample.
It was only when they wanted to change it that it actually did.
“This strongly suggests that the conscious intent of the people was causing these effects to occur.”23
“Greater coherence, greater organization, greater structure and greater crystallization – all these effects show us that the energy fields, molecules and cells of our bodies are working in greater harmony and Unity. For the first time, this actually gives us a scientific definition of love. It is not strictly an abstract emotional and biological concept – like the chemicals fired off in the brain when we eat chocolate, or the genetic urge to reproduce. Love can now be seen as a basic principle of universal energy. The more coherence, the more structure, the more harmony we have, the more love there is.”24
The results from these experiments and others discussed in Dr. Rein’s paper Effects of Conscious Intention on Human DNA, published in: Proceeds of the International Forum on New Science in 1996 “indicate conscious intention can influence DNA replication, the conformational states of the DNA helix and the electrical properties of DNA. The implications of this research are profound when one considers the possibility that we might also be able to consciously change the primary structure of DNA – the genetic code itself.”25
Dr. Rein goes on to write, “It is well established in the molecular biology community, but unknown to most people, is the fact that the primary structure of DNA does actually change(Hartman, 1975; Wintersberger, 1991). We are therefore not necessarily stuck with the genetic blueprint passed down to us from our parents. Changes in the chemical structure of the individual bases which make up the genetic code are known to be triggered by certain external influences, such as chemical or UV light…Changes in the genetic code can also be brought about by the movement (or translocation) of individual bases from one position on the DNA molecule to another (Paulson, 1985). Although it has not been experimentally demonstrated, it is possible that conscious intention could alter the genetic code by directing the movement of the bases…
It is also well established by the molecular biology community that a relationship exists between the primary structure and the secondary structure of the DNA (the helix) and its conformation (Marko and Siggia, 1994a; Rennie, 1993)…In addition to having a primary and secondary structure, DNA also has a tertiary structure. This refers to the ability of the DNA helix to fold on itself. It has recently been discovered through the use of modern advances in electron microscopy that the DNA helix can actually fold on itself and form what is called ‘higher order structures’ (Marko and Siggia, 1994b). Even more surprising are the types of higher order structure DNA can in fact form. By now it is well established that one of the higher order structures of DNA is the toroid (Bloomfield, 1991; Hud et al, 1995; Ubbink and Odijk, 1995).
The molecular biology community has not yet discovered the function of these higher order structures of DNA, although they have recently acknowledged that this tertiary structure is functionally significant and that there is complex relationship between the tertiary structure and the secondary structure (the helix) and the primary structure (the genetic code.)”
Dr. Rein then goes on to hypothesize that “the toroidal shape of DNA functions as an antennae to allow DNA to sense subtle energies in the environment. In addition the hypothesis states that toroidal DNA acts as a transducer converting subtle energy into conventional EM energy which is then radiated from the DNA to produce a variety of intracellular events at the biochemical level.”
Remember, experimental evidence already exists indicating DNA emits EM fields in the form of coherent photons. (See above experiments: Gariaev, Poponin, Popp& Ruth)
“Modern theories in quantum physics [Wheeler, 1962; Shacklett, 1993; Peat, 1988; Bjorgum and Godal, 1952; Kovac, 1996; Hull, 1996] support the Toroid Antennae Model of DNA by suggesting the toroid acts as a transducer for some new form of energy (i.e. subtle energy) which exists in higher dimensional spaces. The nature of this type of energy or information has been considered by other scientists and has received a variety of names including non-Hertzian, scalar, tachyon and zero point energy.”
Rein ends the paper by summarizing how consciousness can promote healing: “Specific thoughts and intentions are generated by the brain/mind and are used to frequency modulate the coherent bio-fields from the heart. When one is in a state of love the coherence is enhanced and the bio-fields become stronger. This allows for a resonance between the coherent fields of the heart and the coherent fields around the DNA molecule. This process is further enhanced by the presence of subtle or spiritual energies which resonate with the body due to the toroidal nature of the coherent bio-fields. Such an interaction allows the frequency information associated with the original intention to manifest as a physical change in the DNA, whether it be a conformational change in the structure of the helix, a change in DNA replication or a shift in the electrical properties. In this way our thoughts and intentions can manifest in the body at the biochemical level bringing about actual physiological changes associated with the healing process.”
“Many people have mistakenly believed that the DNA with which we are born is the sole determinant for who we are and will become, but scientists have understood for decades that this genetic determinism is a flawed theory.”26
“For instance, did you know that your heart emits electromagnetic fields that change according to your emotions, or that the human heart has a magnetic field that can be measured up to several feet away from the human body? Did you know that positive emotions create physiological benefits in your body, and that you can boost your immune system by conjuring up positive emotions? Did you know that negative emotions can create nervous system chaos, and that positive emotions do the complete opposite? Did you know that the heart has a system of neurons that have both short term and long term memory, and that their signals sent to the brain can affect our emotional experiences? Did you know that in fetal development, the heart forms and starts beating before the brain is developed? Did you know that a mother’s brainwaves can synchronize to her baby’s heartbeats? Did you know that the heart sends more information to the brain than vice versa?”27
All these facts, published research papers and more can be found at https://www.heartmath.org/.
“The field of epigenetics refers to the science that studies how the development, functioning and evolution of biological systems are influenced by forces operating outside the DNA sequence, including intracellular, environmental and energetic influences.”28
Epigenetics entails more than DNA, the places we live, the climate around us, and all the twists and hard knocks of our lives.
It deems integral our thoughts, feelings, and intentions.
“After two decades of studies, HeartMath researchers say other factors such as the appreciation and love we have for someone or the anger and anxiety we feel also influence and can alter the outcomes of each individual’s DNA blueprint.”29
The difference between genetic determinism and epigenetics:
Biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton comments, “This fundamental belief called genetic determinism literally means that our lives, which are defined as our physical, physiological and emotional behavioral traits, are controlled by the genetic code. This kind of belief system provides a visual picture of people being victims: If the genes control our life function, then our lives are being controlled by things outside of our ability to change them. This leads to victimization that the illnesses and diseases that run in families are propagated through the passing of genes associated with those attributes. Laboratory evidence shows this is not true.” 30
Negative emotions such as anger, anxiety, dislike, or hate causes a portion of our energy reserves to confront the stress our thoughts and feelings create, rather than being used to maintain, repair and regenerate our system.
Sincere feelings of appreciation care and love renews our energy, mentally, physically and emotionally.
Modulation of DNA Conformation by Heart-Focused Intention
McCraty, Atkinson, and Tomasino, in a 2003 study called Modulation of DNA Conformation by Heart-Focused Intention shows that physical aspects of DNA strands could be influenced by human intention.
“An individual holding three DNA samples was directed to generate heart coherence – a beneficial state of mental, emotional and physical balance and harmony – with the aid of a HeartMath technique that utilizes heart breathing and intentional positive emotions. The individual succeeded, as instructed, to intentionally and simultaneously unwind two of the DNA samples to different extents and leave the third unchanged.
Individuals capable of generating high ratios of heart coherence were able to alter DNA conformation according to their intention. … Control group participants showed low ratios of heart coherence and were unable to intentionally alter the conformation of DNA.”31
Doc Childre is the Founder of HeartMath and proponent of Heart Intelligence.
Childre postulates that “an energetic connection or coupling of information” occurs between the DNA in cells and higher dimensional structures – the higher self or spirit.
The heart, which generates a much stronger electromagnetic field than the brain’s, provides the energetic field that binds together the higher dimensional structures and the body’s many systems as well as its DNA.”
This heart intelligence relates nicely to the ancient Egyptian concept of the “Intelligence of the Heart.”
“As the soul elevates to the supernal, reasoning faculties not solely attributed to the mind increase. The Ancient Egyptian notion of intelligence included a type of reasoning that develops with the heart’s new-found swelling, which accords with their handling of heart symbolism. There is an ongoing unfolding of the higher reason or what Egyptologists generally translate as the intelligence of the heart…Intelligence stemming from the heart is truly instrumental for the soul’s development.”32
We will end this article with a quote from R.C. Henry, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins:
“A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the observer creates the reality. As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a ‘mental’ construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: ‘The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. Get over it, and accept the inarguable conclusion. The universe is immaterial-mental and spiritual.”33
In the next article we will discuss genetic determinism and free will in far more detail. The belief in genetic determinism breeds victim mentality. There are many who feel cursed, doomed or victimized by their genetics, some to the extent that they daily fear the genetic predispositions that have been passed down to them by their family. They are certain they will fall victim to ‘such and such condition’ because it ‘runs in the family’ and they are certain that there is little or nothing they can do about it.
We attempt to shed a little light on this information in hopes that some may learn how to activate certain genetic probabilities over others by understanding and using their thoughts, beliefs, emotions and intentions.
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