Frequencies of DNA and Different Dimensions
nly ten percent of the human DNA is used for coding and reproduction of proteins, leaving a mystery of what the other ninety percent is used for. Russian scientists affirmed that sound can project patterns on the remaining 90 percent of DNA. By putting frequencies and sound patterns on a laser ray, the Russians influenced DNA frequencies and genetic information.
The Russians asserted that genetic code follows the same rules found in human languages. Simple words and phrases may work just as well as the laser beams that they used. Can man literally reprogram his genetic blueprint through words? This would explain why affirmations and hypnosis can have powerful effects on both the mind and the body. The Russians also noted that pitch was a factor. Words are spoken at certain frequencies.
Many studies are giving us clues about how our DNA works. The May 1995 issue ofScientific American discussed the effects of ruthenium on DNA. “The researchers noted that a single ruthenium atom placed at each end of the double-helix DNA increases the conductivity of the strand by a factor of 10,000, causing the DNA to become, in effect, a ‘superconductor.’ Once configured, the DNA strand opens up, undergoes repair and closes back up. New cells of the body are then replicated according to the new and improved DNA pattern.” DNA is able to change and reform.
Biologist Rupert Sheldrake suggested that the DNA may serve as a wave guide for information contained in morphogenic fields. This does not deny that genetic informational is passed from generation to generation, but that information (which is composed of frequencies) resonates with DNA (which is made of frequencies). Frequencies in close proximity interact, influencing and changing each other. Once again we are back to the concept that sound, music and even words can possibly change our DNA.
DNA functions like an antenna; it picks up or transmits only certain signals, some amplitudes may be out of range, too high or low. A normal inorganic antenna only picks up or transmits signals within frequency ranges that are harmonics of the antenna’s length. Therefore, DNA could pick up on and respond to certain sounds, within its reception range. According to Donald Adams (Yahoo Groups: Sound of the Stars) if we are bathed in a sea of concurrent multiple realities and dimensions, our DNA acts as a filtering aperture, only allowing interaction within its receiving range.This hypothesis suggests that frequencies affecting our DNA create the dimension that we perceive. Running with this idea, sounds could enable us to perceive different dimensions and realities.
In ancient Egypt the sounds associated with the seven known planets of the time and corresponding vowels sounds were chanted as advanced priests and the Pharaoh engaged in a trance and metaphysical, out of body journey. Once again sound and music were carefully crafted for them to experience another dimension.
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 In developmental biology, a morphogenetic field is a group of cells able to respond to discrete, localized biochemical signals leading to the development of specific morphological structures or organs. g/wiki/Morphogenetic_field
 Adams, Don. Yahoo Groups: Sounds of the Stars