Awakening / Consciousness / DNA / Health / Paranormal / Spirituality

Words, Wave-genetics & the Grammar of Spirituality

Mary Desaulniers

Russian scientists’ discovery of the wave information character of DNA points to a recovery of lost spirituality.

Recent discoveries in the nature of DNA have overthrown the idea that man is genetically fixed. The Human Genome Project has uncovered two interesting facts about human genes: a) human DNA has 30,000 genes (only 300 more than a mouse); and b) less than ten percent of human DNA is used for coding and reproduction of proteins.

The rest—over ninety percent—is known as “junk” DNA, which most scientists have considered garbled and redundant.

However,  Russian researcher Peter Gariaev has uncovered the linguistic and psychic capabilities of “junk” DNA, ushering in a reevaluation of the human genome in terms of words, wave-genetics, and a grammar of spirituality.

DNA & Words

According to the findings of Russian scientists, the genetic code follows the same rules found in human languages. By modulating certain frequency sound patterns onto a laser ray, they were able to influence DNA frequency and genetic information.

Perhaps the most interesting corollary of their discovery is that simple words and phrases may work just as well as laser beams.

Man can literally reprogram his genetic blueprint through words—which explains why affirmations and hypnosis can have powerful effects on both the mind and body.

Wave-genetics

This discovery also points to the significance of sound frequencies and vibrations in the origin of human life and the possibility that creation was generated by waves of consciousness.

Another of Dr. Gariaev’s discoveries, the Phantom DNA effect, is a case in point: the energy field of a DNA sample remains detectable by even when the physical sample is removed.

At a fundamental level, humans are pure energy. According to wave-genetics, “junk” DNA functions at a rich infrastructure level of super codes and wave communication, realized in material form as crystalline structures—dynamic gene-holograms in liquid crystals of the chromosome continuum.

This model further suggests that the human genome is part of the larger hologram (multiverse) of wave information reality.

The ability to utilize hypercommunication—in the form of remote sensing, remote healing, and telepathy—is encoded naturally in the human apparatus.

The Grammar of Spirituality

Is it possible that the linguistic structures of the human genome point to a form of universal speech, a grammar of spirituality?

William A. Tiller in PSYCHOENERGETIC SCIENCE: A SECOND COPERNICAN-SCALE REVOLUTION certainly thinks so.

Humankind, he explains, is composed of a personality body self and a “rich infrastructure … in subtle bodies” that lead to “greater human performance and expanded capabilities.”

The purpose of life is building this infrastructure into a grammar of spirituality.

Michael Cremo in HUMAN DEVOLUTION: A VEDIC ALTERNATIVE TO DARWIN’S THEORY claims that man originated billions of years ago in waves of consciousness, but has “devolved” into an ego-driven modern counterpart, alienated from the group consciousness and spirituality of his ancestors.

Group consciousness can bring about the healing of the earth. If weather can be influenced by Schumann’s frequencies, humanity, which is capable of resonating at these frequencies, can through group consciousness bring about changes that dissolve violence and restore earth to its natural balance.

The Russian discoveries in genetics are timely. The whole world, it seems, is poised to recover a forgotten Linguistic Paradigm.

Copyright © Mary Desaulniers. All Rights Reserved.

Mary Desaulniers is a retired teacher whose passions are writing and running. She has been pursuing both for over thirty years and sees both as avenues to self-knowledge and balance. She has published articles and stories in GRAIN, NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE, THE LONDON MAGAZINE, and various online publications. She has a PhD in Nineteenth Century English Literature and has published a book on Thomas Carlyle with McGill-Queen’s University Press. Her most recent publication is DEAR SEBASTIAN: RECLAIMING THE POWER OF METAPHOR (2009).

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