Note: This is a continuation of the discussion regarding the photons that are found in DNA from my previous post Biophotons and the Magic Wavelength.
I didn’t think I was going to be able to get this post done today. I was too busy casting my feelers about most of the afternoon, trying to feel the Love Vibrations. Today is 12/12/12 after all—supposedly a very auspicious day, and one that won’t come again until I’m long, long dead and the atoms of my body is growing inside some daisies. I couldn’t let it go to waste.
I actually had plans today to work on finishing this posting, and I had a multitude of thoughts about biophotons rumbling and tumbling around in my head all day long as I thought about what to add and what to leave out of this latest post. It is after all, a HUGE topic and the space that I am trying to splay out the information, very tiny. But you know how it is, when a single day is this SPECIAL and only comes once per century…it’s the perfect excuse for procrastination. I sat around and concentrated on doing nothing, but after awhile of doing it, I started to feel light-headed so I stopped for lunch. After my fairly big lunch, back I was in the lotus position, casting around and trying to feel the vibrations that was suppose to be free-floating around today.
Well, I can tell you nothing was free and there wasn’t much of anything floating around except for dust motes dancing between the sun rays shining through my open window and my polished hardwood floor.
I did manage to do some meditation, but it wasn’t anything mind-boggling. I did feel, for about fifteen-minutes to about half-an-hour, wave upon wave of something hitting me right in the middle of my head, making the top of my skull warmer than the rest of my body and sending shivers down my spine in steady regular waves, but that was the only kinda ‘strange’ thing that happened during meditation time. I was a bit disappointed that I didn’t see anything unusual and I didn’t hear anything unusual.
I guess I can’t complain. I’m no meditation guru—just an average, normal girl doing my usual thing.
Ah well. Back to what we were talking about.
Now, where were we…oh yes.
As I have stated previously, DNA seeks light and takes it out of the environment. When we are outside walking around, doing our daily chores, the parts of our skin that are exposed to the sun will absorb the rays that hit them and turn all that nice toastiness into a form that our bodies need, vitamin D. This is the only vitamin that you can get just by exposing ourselves and lolling around in the sunlight and it is important for our health.
It is so important that health officials realized after awhile that everyone was vitamin D deficient. Turns out, people who were suppose to be ‘in the know’ didn’t really know—they were just guessing, and they guessed wrong. It took them awhile to figure it out, but by November of 2010, they finally rectified the situation.
Prior to 2010, “vitamin D guidelines call for a recommended dietary allowance of 200 IU a day for people up to age 50, 400 IU a day for those ages 51 to 70, and 600 IU a day for those older than age 70.” After November 30th, 2010, that recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of vitamin D had been boosted up to to “600 international units (IU) for everyone aged 1-70, and raising it to 800 IU for adults older than 70″* They are very aware of the cruciality of the sun on the physical human body and the best way to get vitamin D is through exposure to the sun.
But vitamin D is not the only thing that the sun provides. As I have posted in Biophotons and the Magic Wavelength, our bodies also needs sunlight to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level. Various chemicals and compounds disrupt this 380nm wave range and when it gets disrupted, we get cancer. To repair the cancer at the molecular level, our DNA requires light waves in the 380nm range. We get that light from our good ole pal, Sol, who’s been there for us from day one.
We have much to be thankful for. Our sun (and indeed all stars) is a fountain of life. Its most important, and arguably ONLY, job is to create and maintain life. It generates all the living and nonliving stuff that is required for the formation of life and then once that life has germinated, it nurtures that life by giving it photons of light to feed the living entity, and if there is damage, to repair that damage. It is also the vector by which life is able to transfer blueprints of specificity, so that organisms grow into the correct beings that are dictated by the Universe.
Hmm…looks like I’m going to have to go into a bit of detail about that.
I talked about biophotons and DNA having magical properties. Well they do, and creating spontaneous life is what the head honchos of magicians do. In fact, last time I checked from various holy scriptures and ancient writings, the only head honchos that could do this with any pomp and circumstance were certain types of Gods and Goddesses who were worshiped as ‘Creator’ Gods (as opposed to—you know, messenger gods, or beer gods, or war gods). Well, scientists finally figured out how biophotons work their magic.
Back in 2000, two Russian scientists, Dr. Peter Gariaev and Dr. Vladimir Poponin sent a non-burning laser beam through a clutch of salamander eggs and then redirected that beam into a group of frog’s eggs and successfully transformed frog embryos to salamander embryos simply by transmitting the DNA information patterns using directed beams of photons. The new salamanders looked and acted exactly like normal salamanders even though they originated from frog eggs. When it came time for them to procreate, they were able to successfully mate with other regular salamanders, producing healthy offspring. ***
Another scientist by the name of Pier Luigi Ighina created an instrument called the field oscillator which could change the vibratory state of a group of particles so that the material with which it had been composed of could change to something completely different. “On one occasion, Ighina set up his apparatus before an apricot tree. He then altered the atomic vibration so that it gradually became the same as that of an apple tree. After 16 days, he ascertained that the apricots had mutated, almost completely, into apples. ” He also altered vibrational states of animals, changing them from one species to another, and healed broken bones by vibrating the atoms of the fractured areas. All these results could be independently tested and achieved, over and over again, by other scientists. ***
Remember, according to Einstein, all solid matter is simply a wave that is going very very slowly. If we can change the wave pattern, we can change matter itself. This is part and parcel of what it means when folks from strange spooky cults say they can transmute lead into gold, but that’s another post for another day. I really have to wrap this up for now.
I feel that the best way to sum this up quickly is to quote one of my favorite authors on this vast subject, David Wilcock, who is a lecturer and researcher of ancient civilizations. He wrote about such findings in his latest book, The Source Field Investigations, stating that, “these scientific breakthroughs point at the idea that evolution could be totally spontaneous and requires nothing more than a rearranging of the DNA molecules within an existing species…these discoveries have profound implications for all the ancient prophecies of a coming Golden Age—beginning around the year 2012.” *****
To be honest, 2012 is almost over. I don’t think I have enough time to go into the intricacies of 2012 before it flies by and turns into 2013. Needless to say, I’ll still be here in January, pecking away at my keyboard and writing out more and more posts that, in a round-about sort of way, shapes and transmutes me from an ordinary clueless blonde girl into a fully conscious and aware Tao Babe.
Next on the agenda—Precessions and Stars.
***** Wilcock, David. The Source Field Investigations. New York, NY: Penguin Group (USA). 2011.