This (revised and updated) article builds as it goes and points to the future, but let’s start from the start: Something that is not particularly widely known about the mind-body connection today is that, since the early 1940s, a genuine microbiological framework for understanding the power of suggestion, intention, and belief has been developing. In this essay, based on research from my book The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science and Spirituality – Book 1, we will look at some of this work as it relates to previously unexplainable “spontaneous” alterations to the genomes of living people—and the physiological and psychospiritual transformations that often accompany them.
Moreover, we will cast an eye to the concept of systematic conscious intervention in our own evolution, using the transformative capacities of sound to re-write non-coding “junk” DNA, and return our consciousness to its natural harmonic state and unity awareness. It is time to re-tune ourselves to the frequencies of wholeness, abundance, serenity, and bliss that are our birthright, but which our current mutant paradigm has veered us away from.
Let us hack the Matrix with a sonic mind virus of rapidly evolving holistic consciousness.
If We Don’t Understand It, Then It’s “Junk”
As most readers would know, the vast majority of our DNA “text” is not used in the coding of proteins and enzymes—it is non-coding—and scientists generally don’t have any idea what its purpose is. Thus, in their infinite wisdom, they initially dubbed it “junk DNA”. How much of our DNA is junk? About 95–98 per cent—rather a lot of waste for Nature to hang onto, I think you will agree (some scientific estimates go as high as 99 per cent). Since it is not responsible for constructing our basic physical form, its purpose has remained mysterious to conventional mindsets until very recently. We now know that a large portion of that “junk” DNA is made up of mobile genetic elements (transposons and retrotransposons) or “jumping DNA”, which can rewrite and activate—or deactivate—certain genetic codes. Jumping DNA reportedly makes up as much as half of the total DNA nucleotides.[i]
Another major portion of the non-protein-coding regions of the genome is comprised of variable-number, tandemly repeating sequences known as “satellite DNA”. Microbiologist William Brown believes that through specific conformational arrangements, satellite DNA interfaces with the so-called “morphic field”; various conformations have specific resonances with the morphic field and can therefore tune into different information programs. Since satellite DNA is very specific to each person, each of us tunes into a distinct and unique morphogenetic pattern.[ii]
It seems likely that both jumping DNA and satellite DNA interface with the morphic field, thus responding to alterations in one’s state of consciousness. Satellite DNA’s ability to expand the number of repeating sequences means an increase in the information-carrying capacity of DNA. As a fractal antenna, DNA interacts with the vacuum/aether (terms which are synonymous in this context with zero-point field/implicate order/time-space), transducing the zero-point energy which interacts with our consciousness. A greater interaction between our DNA and the torsion and/or scalar forces in the vacuum might equate to expanded consciousness, while a lesser interactivity would result in a contracted awareness. Thus, “certain modular arrangements of DNA would be more conducive to conscious awareness.”[iii]
In the 1990s, a team of Russian linguists led by Dr Peter Gariaev discovered that the genetic code in “junk” DNA follows uniform grammar and usage rules virtually identical to those of human language. It turns out that the “junk” was laden with the intimations of intelligence, purpose and meaning (a perspective forbidden by fundamentalist Darwinism). This ground-breaking research followed Jeff Delrow’s discovery in 1990 that the four nucleotides (A, T, G and C) of DNA inherently form fractal structures closely related to human speech patterns.[iv] Within non-coding DNA segments, scientists have found large numbers of “endlessly repeated sequences with no apparent meaning, and even palindromes, which are words or sentences which can be read in either direction.”[v]
More recently (June 2014), it was reported that scientists at the Wyoming Institute of Technology, working with linguists and philologists from Bob Jones University in South Carolina, had made further compelling linguistic breakthroughs. Linguistic professors at BJU, were working on translating decoded DNA segments that WIT was providing. They discovered that the language in the “junk” was indistinguishable from ancient Aramaic, and parts of the script it contained were at times remarkably close in composition to verse found in the bible—and, at times, contained direct biblical quotes.
On the human gene PYGB, Phosporomylase Glycogen, a non-coding transposon, holds a linguistic sequence that translates as “At first break of day, God formed sky and land.” This bears a stunning similarity to Gen 1:1 “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Gene Bmp3 has a Retrotransposon sequence which translates to the well-known 1 Cor 6:19 “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own.”[vi]
Thus, human language seems to have emerged from the grammatical and syntactical structures within our very own DNA—the massive “junk” portion, no less!—hence why there is no substance to the notion that there was some kind of “natural” linear progression from the primitive form of pre-linguistic communication in the animal kingdom to human language. It was a quantum leap right out of the aether/vacuum/implicate order (possibly with some outside “help”).[vii]
The Gariaev group’s pioneering DNA research accounts for the power of hypnosis (and potentially most other psi phenomena, or “hypercommunication”). One of the basic assumptions made by the Gariaev team is that “the genome has a capacity for quasi-consciousness so that DNA ‘words’ produce and help in the recognition of semantically meaningful phrases.”[viii] Because the structures of DNA base pairs and of language are so similar, we can alter our own genetics by simply using words and sentences, as has been experimentally proven. Live DNA “will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used. This finally and scientifically explains why affirmations, autogenous training, hypnosis and the like can have such strong effects of humans and their bodies.”[ix]
One of the more famous cases of hypnotically induced genetic alteration was documented c. 1951 at the Queen Victoria Hospital in West Sussex, England. It involved the cure of Brocq’s disease in a teenage boy. His skin was dry, hardened and reptile-like, and it cracked and bled easily. Using hypnotic suggestion, anaesthetist and hypnotist Dr Albert A. Mason remedied the condition in a matter of weeks—a miracle at the time, since Brocq’s disease is a genetic condition, so eliciting a cure meant that Mason had effectively reprogrammed the boy’s genes (which scientists of the time “knew” was impossible). The boy’s hardened skin fell away, exposing soft, healthy flesh which remained so thereafter.
Today we know that by using correct light and sound frequencies—as well as words—we can activate some of our mobile DNA to “re-code” certain portions of the genome, thus effecting a physical transformation at the most fundamental biological level.
DNA, Wormholes and Torsion Fields
During 1984–85, Gariaev (below) made a startling discovery. He found that an in vitro DNA sample in a test tube had the ability to attract and harness coherent laser light, causing it to spiral along the DNA helix. This alone was an unexpected (and paradigm-shifting) discovery, but it wasn’t all. After the DNA sample and all the apparatus were removed, the photons continued to spiral as if the DNA was still there. This was dubbed the “DNA phantom effect”, and it signified that some “new” scalar/torsion field structure had been excited from the vacuum/aether and was entraining the light even in the absence of the DNA!
This effect has been observed to last for up to a month, showing that this new field structure possesses remarkable persistence and stability. Even after blowing the phantom away with gaseous nitrogen, it returns within 5–8 minutes (torsion fields are known to be stable and persistent). Gariaev et al. also remark that “sound waves radiated by the DNA molecules were registered in these experiments”, showing that DNA not only absorbs and emits light (as is well established) but radio frequencies and phonons as well.[x]
Our DNA harnesses both sound and light in its moment-by-moment operations, but, more than this, it “punches holes” in space-time, opening a window to time-space/the time domain. To put it another way, our DNA creates “magnetised wormholes” in the fabric of space—“tunnel connections between entirely different areas in the universe through which information can be transmitted outside of space and time. The DNA attracts these bits of information and passes them on to our consciousness.”[xi] Most of us know this process as intuition or psychic insight. Ordinary human memory would also operate on similar principles, since available evidence indicates that our memories are stored not in our brains but in aetheric/implicate/time-space field structures which envelop our bodies (a.k.a., the “auric fields”).[xii]
Various researchers have theorised that the energy occupying time-space/aether which is responsible for these phenomena is twisting/spiralling torsion energy. The “magnetised wormholes” mentioned above could also be described as “torsion fields” or “vortices.” A torsion field is a self-sustaining vortex in the aether/time-space which can produce measurable EM effects such as light. By spinning, a vortex can excite photons or virtual photons out of the fabric of space/aether—and static torsion/scalar fields can harness and store light within them (as we see with the DNA phantom effect).[xiii]
Sol Luckman, developer of the sound-based Regenetics healing and transformation method, considers qi/prana/orgone to be the light-based effect of torsion fields. In Conscious Healing, he describes torsion energy as “universal creative consciousness or subspace energy (Aether) experiencing itself in time…Torsion Energy in the form of a ‘life-wave’…interfacing with and modifying Potential DNA’s Transposons is the driving force behind the evolution of human consciousness and physiology.”[xiv]
The first research generally credited with the discovery of this “fifth force”—torsion—is that that done in the late 1800s by Russian professor N. P. Myshkin.[xv] Einstein’s colleague Dr Elie Cartan first coined the term “torsion” in 1913 in reference to this force’s twisting movement through the fabric of space-time—but his important work was virtually buried by the rampant success and notoriety of Einstein’s theories. In the 1950s—the same decade in which Dr James Watson and Francis Crick discovered the helical structure of DNA—pioneering Russian scientist Dr Nikolai A. Kozyrev (1908–1983) conclusively proved the existence of this energy demonstrating that, like time (and not dissimilarly to DNA), it flows in a sacred geometric spiral,[xvi] as I detail in The Grand Illusion – Book 1 (TGI 1). Russian scientists are reported to have written thousands of papers on the subject in the 1990s alone, and, more recently, award-winning physicist Nassim Haramein, along with his colleague Dr Elizabeth A. Rauscher, has re-worked Einstein’s field equations with the inclusion of torque and coriolis effects.
Torsion Fields, Mental Intention, and Healing
If your “soul” is in fact a torsion field or vortex in the fabric of space (or a structure of multiple nested vortices, as described by seers and occultists), then your consciousness, by definition, must survive the demise of your physical body: it existed in the aether/vacuum/time-space/implicate order/zero point field before you ever obtained a body. This is exactly the perspective shared by physicist Fred Alan Wolf, who refers to the vacuum of space as “the home of the soul,” from which the material world was actually born.[xvii]
Interestingly, the work of scientists Gennady Shipov and Burkhard Heim “established that torsion generators allow us not only to replicate all ‘phenomena’ demonstrated by so-called ‘psychics,’ but they were also able to demonstrate effects that were never demonstrated by any ‘psychic.’”[xviii] This “transcendent force” that is intrinsically unrestricted by the bounds of our space-time (and which, in the form of torsion/scalar waves, effectively operates billions of times beyond the speed of light) can account for the well documented remote healing phenomenon demonstrated in many studies, as well as more localized, short-range psychokinetic effects. (For a much more comprehensive exposition on such mind-matter interactions, see TGI 1.)
Cell biologist Dr Glen Rein discovered experimentally that anger, fear and similar emotions have the power to contract a DNA molecule, compressing it. On the other hand, emotions such as joy, gratitude and love unwind or decompress DNA exposed to them.
This effect could be created on samples up to half a mile away from the “sender” of the emotion.[xix] Years earlier in Russia, remote-influence experiments with human targets presaged Rein’s results and proved that remote human intention could be used to affect physiological and conscious processes in a distant human target, as well as to send telepathic messages.[xx]
Pertinently, in another series of Rein’s experiments, those with coherent electrocardiograms could wind or unwind DNA samples (not extracted from their own bodies) at will, while those with incoherent heart energy could not. Furthermore, in these experiments, simply feeling love-based emotions was not enough to affect the DNA samples: the intent to alter them had to be present. The effect was achieved up to half a mile away in an experiment using Lew Childre. Another experiment using Russian healer Valerie Sadyrin replicated the effect with Sadyrin stationed thousands of miles away in Russia (Rein’s experimental setup being in California),[xxi] thus indicating that, although coherent EM heart energy does act locally within the body, it also has a non-EM (torsion/scalar) component that acts nonlocally, entangling healers with their “healees” (via time-space/aether/implicate order). Ipso facto, DNA is a “torsion antenna,” a biological “bridge” between our space-time and time-space/aether.
Thus, Rein’s research links torsion to life-affirming emotions—in particular unconditional love, which propels both our individual and collective evolution. “Only the love-based emotions stimulate DNA to decompress so that messenger RNA can access codes for healing”. Negative emotional states compress the DNA helix, “severely limiting access to genetic information necessary for healing as well as evolution”.[xxii]
…to be continued in part 2…
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[i] Gage, F.H. and A.R. Muotri, “What Makes Each Brain Unique”, Scientific American, March 2012
[ii] Brown, W., “Morphic Resonance and Quantum Biology”, NEXUS 2012;19(2)
[iv] Luckman, S., Potentiate Your DNA, Crow Rising Transformational Media, USA, 2010–11, p. 116
[v] Narby, J., The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge, Phoenix/Orion Books, London, 1999, p. 100
[vi] Richter DasMeerungeheuer, First Scientific Proof of God, http://witscience.org/first-scientific-proof-god-found/#sthash.J4lJHxmN.dpuf, June 2014.
[vii] Pinchbeck, D., 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, 2006, p. 174
[viii] Miller, Richard Alan, Iona Miller and Burt Webb, “Quantum Bioholography: A Review of the Field from 1973 – 2002”, 2002, http://tinyurl.com/7nb72tf
[ix] Fosar, G. and F. Bludorf, “Spiritual Science: DNA is influenced by words and frequencies”, http://tinyurl.com/85npbn2
[x] Gariaev, P.P., M.J. Friedman and E.A. Leonova- Gariaeva, “Principles of Linguistic-Wave Genetics”, DNA Decipher Journal 2011 Jan; 1(1):11-24, http://tinyurl.com/76shk6a
[xi] Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf, from their book Vernetzte Intelligenz, quoted at http://tinyurl.com/qf78vw
[xii] I have proven this beyond any rational doubt in The Grand Illusion Vol. 1 (TGI 1).
[xiii] For in-depth discussion of torsion as it relates to psi phenomena, see TGI 1.
[xiv] Luckman, S., Conscious Healing, Booklocker Publishing, Bangor, Maine, 2006, 1st edition, p. 219
[xv] Yurth, D.G., “Torsion Field Mechanics: Verification of Non-local Field Effects in Human Biology”, 5 December 2000, http://tinyurl.com/6u8f69o
[xvi] Luckman, Conscious Healing, op. cit., p. 52. See also M.D. Jones, PSIence, New Page Books, New Jersey, 2006, pp. 183-6
[xvii] The Soul and Quantum Physics: An interview with Dr. Fred Alan Wolf. www.fredalanwolf.com/myarticles/Soul%20and%20death%20Q&A.pdf
[xviii] Nowak, A.M., “Torsion Fields – Theory of Physical Vacuum – Shipov and Heim”, tinyurl.com/yek8qcx
[xix] Rein, G. and R. McCraty, “Local and Non-Local Effects of Coherent Heart Frequencies on Conformational Changes of DNA”, Institute of HeartMath, 1 January 2001, http://tinyurl.com/6m9h94r
[xx] See S. Ostrander and L. Schroeder, Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain, Bantam, 1971, 2nd pr.
[xxi] Rein, G., “Effect of Conscious Intention on Human DNA”, Proceedings of the International Forum on New Science, Denver, Colorado, October 1996, http://tinyurl.com/79mw5c7
[xxii] Luckman, Potentiate Your DNA, op. cit., p. 92