DNA Monthly (Vol. 6, No. 5)
November-December 2010 (Vol. 6, No. 5)
Breaking News: Placebo Fraud Rocks the Very Foundation of Modern Medical Science
“You know all those thousands of clinical trials conducted over the last few decades comparing pharmaceuticals to placebo pills? Well, it turns out all those studies must now be completely thrown out as utterly non-scientific. And why? Because the placebos used in the studies weren’t really placebos at all, rendering the studies scientifically invalid.
“This is the conclusion from researchers at the University of California who published their findings in the October issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine. They reviewed 167 placebo-controlled trials published in peer-reviewed medical journals in 2008 and 2009 and found that 92 percent of those trials never even described the ingredients of their placebo pills.
“Why is this important? Because placebo pills are supposed to be inert. But nothing is inert, it turns out. Even so-called ‘sugar pills’ contain sugar, obviously. And sugar isn’t inert. If you’re running a clinical trial on diabetics, testing the effectiveness of a diabetes drug versus a placebo then obviously your clinical trial is going to make the diabetes drug look better than placebo if you use sugar pills as your placebo.
“Some placebo pills use olive oil which may actually improve heart health. Other placebo pills use partially-hydrogenated oils which harm heart health. Yet only 8 percent of clinical trials bothered to list the placebo ingredients at all!”
SOURCE: Mike Adams, www.naturalnews.com
FEATURED IN THE NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2010 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY
1. “Orion Infrasound Pyramid at Resonance,” by Alexander Putney
2. “The Golden Spiral of Consciousness: Spiritual Inspiration & Enlightenment through Art & Science,” by Robin Craig Clark
3. “All Healing Is Really Self-healing,” by Sol Luckman
Also ... Did You Know?
1. Orion Infrasound Pyramid at Resonance
The limestone blocks of the Orion pyramids consist of mostly calcite mineral, whose structure can be triangular and octahedral in various forms. Each of the Giza pyramids is apparently designed as the top half of an octahedron and is a monumental formation of calcite.
The angular mathematics of the Orion pyramidal design will be addressed shortly, but their limestone blocks contain information regarding the construction methods of the pyramid builders.
Research by J. Davidovits into ancient geopolymers has demonstrated through chemical X-ray analysis that the casing stones of the Giza pyramids are synthetic, being of lower density than any quarried stone due to trapped air bubbles and consisting of 85-90% calcite with other exotic mineral constituents like opal CT, hydroxy-apatite, and silico-aluminates.
CAT-scan work on the core stones has recorded hairs deeply embedded in the matrix of the stone, another clue that the pyramid blocks were cast using liquid stone, though RC14 dating of hair samples contained in the stone have not been reported.
This type of test could establish firm construction dates for the stones, though the likelihood of later façade reconstruction is strong. Corroborating evidence for the ancient use of advanced geopolymers comes from Mesopotamia, where the manufacture of basalt has been extensively documented.
Pyramids as Crystalline Resonators
Note that the synthetic stones are of high piezoelectric crystalline content. Diverse new technologies have incorporated fractal patterning for signal enhancement, data compression, and encryption.
Recent acoustic resonance experiments have illuminated a connection between the phi ratio and a nonlinear acoustic standing wave structure. Cervenka, Bednarik and Konicek at the Czech Technical University in Prague have modeled the structure of a nonlinear standing wave excited in a cylindrical resonator.
Driven by periodic oscillations, a resonant cavity can be stimulated to its fundamental resonant frequency—producing both harmonics and subharmonics. When the standing wave is driven into high amplitude, the nonlinear effects couple energy from low to high-frequency modes. This increase in harmonics can create a shockwave, diminishing the quality of the resonator dramatically.
Multifrequency driving of the resonant cavity has been used to increase the energy storing. If the energy is coupled to lower frequencies, or subharmonics, less acoustic dissipation is observed allowing for a more efficient system.
Bednarik describes Resonant Macrosonic Synthesis:
[T]he interactions of acoustic waves at some fixed frequencies without the energy losses in the higher harmonics is of considerable interest in acoustics. Such interaction creates the possibility of direct transformation of coherent sound at the given frequency by sound of another frequency without an electro-magnetic energy source ... For a region of three modes with given angular frequencies, if the sum of two of them is equal to the remaining one, the interactions of these modes can be obtained from the nonhomogenous Burgers equation for nonlinear standing waves.
The Role of Phi
The phi ratio describes the relative proportions of the three frequencies that stimulate the nonlinear standing wave and is also apparent in the modeled distribution of acoustic pressure along the resonant cavity which results.
The coherent nonlinear structure was achieved through periodic stimulation of a medium of precise geometric boundaries designed to induce the interaction of three different resonant modes in the ratio of phi.
This standing wave structure informs the phi geometry of the Orion pyramids, elucidated by the superimposition of the pattern onto a cross-section of the Great Pyramid taken along the North-South axis. The high-amplitude transduction of the piezoelectric limestone of the pyramids creates an electromagnetic field around the structures, the movement of electrons becoming toroidal or donut-shaped (see figure below).
The base length of the Great Pyramid informs the fundamental resonant tone created by the structures. Each base side of the pyramids has roughly been calculated at 760’, creating a fundamental frequency of about 1.5 Hz. when the pyramids are stimulated into high amplitude.
The periodic pulsation of the pyramids operating at resonance creates a Fibonacci standing wave-set centered on the 760’ wavelength bounded by the base of the pyramid. The angles of the standing waves exactly correspond to the slope of the pyramid’s faces (phi angle of 51.85 degrees).
Tri-thalamic Entrainment Frequency
This baseline frequency of 1.5 Hz. has been described as the Tri-thalamic entrainment frequency, which has been shown to synchronize the pulsation of the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands into a unified functioning.
This frequency is also the lowest frequency of Schumann Resonance; thus the function of the pyramids may indeed be to shift the fundamental frequency of the Earth down from its fluctuations near 7.3 Hz. to the tri-thalamic frequency of 1.5 Hz.
This resonance structure is recognized as a solid-state global oscillator that functions in wavelengths of pure consciousness itself, entraining the human mind through redistribution and focusing of the global mind.
Ancient Wisdom Traditions Agree
Indigenous cultures across the globe recognize the Earth as a sentient being; and as consciousness has a frequency that can be measured as the EEG, then the frequencies of Schumann Resonance can be understood as the vital pulse of Earth.
Ancient wisdom passed on through the traditions of the Yaqui and Toltec cultures of present-day Mexico overtly describe Earth’s emanations and the corresponding alignment of the emanations of humans—a notion described by modern science as Frequency Following Response. The pineal gland contains microcrystalline calcite biomineralizations (Bacconier, Lang et al) that transduce frequencies of consciousness.
Another ancient wisdom tradition from Aboriginal Australia, perhaps the oldest surviving culture of humanity that stems back at least 70,000 years, describes the nature of unified consciousness as the Rainbow Snake.
In the words of Marlo Morgan in Mutant Message Down Under, "Oneness is essence, purity, creativity, love, unlimited, unbounded energy. Many of the tribal stories refer to the Rainbow Snake which represents the weaving line of energy or consciousness that starts as total peace, changes vibration, and becomes color, sound, and form.”
Quantum biology and nonlinear acoustics now possess the tools to comprehend the seemingly abstract concepts of indigenous cosmovision in quantified terms. The octagonal structure of Earth’s consciousness is quantified in this work as the very shape of the collective unconscious to which sentient beings attune themselves.
The Orion pyramids’ output likely induces a shift in the fundamental frequency of the Earth down to the lowest frequency of Schumann Resonance at 1.5 Hz., allowing a parallel shift in entrained human consciousness.
According to Carlos Castaneda, Yaqui knowledge keepers precisely describe this shift in the alignment of the perception of man as an awareness of previously inaudible frequencies of infrasound:
[T]he portion of the emanations inside man’s cocoon is in there only for awareness, and that awareness is matching that portion of the emanations with the same portion of emanations at large. They are called emanations at large because they are immense ... [I]nside man’s cocoon the unknown is the emanations untouched by awareness. When the glow of awareness touches them, they become active and can be aligned with the corresponding emanations at large. Once that happens the unknown is perceived and becomes the known.
This process of alignment that allows a heightened perception of otherwise inaudible infrasound is clearly shown by indigenous teachings to be the key to understanding unknown phenomena that remain for misaligned modern humanity as “paranormal.”
The internal chambers of the Great Pyramid are constructed of massive rose granite blocks cut with precise right angles and perfectly planed faces, brought from the nearest granite quarry in Aswan directly to the south.
The surface of the stone is covered in a thin glaze of quartz, the main constituent of granite, which is typical of a stonecutting technique now known as thermal disaggregation.
I. Watkins, Professor of Geosciences at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, has designed a "Solar powered focusing and directing apparatus for cutting, shaping, and polishing" (U.S. Patent No. 4,611,857 in 1986) for the thermal disaggregation of stone.
The lightweight unit is a parabolic reflector that focuses only a few hundred watts of light into a 2mm point capable of melting granite at a 2mm depth upon each slowly repeated pass.
The notes of Garcilaso de la Vega have described the findings of the Conquistadors upon arrival in the Andes, detailing the Incas’ large gold-covered parabolic stone bowls over 10’ in diameter, which were destroyed and processed into ingots.
Strong similarities exist between the polygonal stonemasonry of the Andes and the pre-Egyptian Giza region—specifically the common surface glazing of quartz and perfectly rendered complex geometries, suggesting an identical advanced solar technology was used in the complex stoneworks.
Rose granite was used in the construction of the internal chambers because of its resonant properties. The quartz matrix of the granite stones is like a hall of mirrors with billions of parallel faces reflecting energy.
The effect of this encasement in granite is that the airspaces can be given harmonic dimensions to specify the wavelengths, which will resonate through the formation of standing waves. The dimensions of the upper chamber reflect a 1:2 ratio, allowing standing waves of integer multiples to store acoustic energy.
Acoustical engineer J. Reid carried out acoustic experiments revealing the resonant frequency of the upper chamber to be 121 Hz. Resonance in the upper chamber’s granite box (erroneously dubbed the “sarcophagus”) was found at 117 Hz.
The interaction of these slightly offset resonant frequencies was most strongly felt while inside the granite box, creating a resounding beat frequency that closely matches the human heartbeat.
Reid’s subsequent research into human heartbeat rhythms revealed that the beats recorded in the granite box matched exactly those of newborn infants.
Although the heart rhythms of an individual change over the course of its development, an adult’s heartbeat may be entrained through the acoustic beating of the granite box to imitate the heart rate of an infant.
The most astounding aspects of Reid’s work in the Great Pyramid involved cymatic experiments revealing the tonal origin of hieroglyphic symbols.
Newborn Heart Rate, Positive Emotions & DNA
The HeartMath Institute has shown a regulated heart rate to be crucial to the formation of a coherent electromagnetic field of the heart, and to allow intentional relaxation of the DNA helix that is associated with positive emotions.
The direct correlation between the stimulated beat frequencies of the granite box and a healthy infant heartbeat suggests the chambers’ design purpose. As the effect is caused by the interactions of the slightly offset resonant frequencies of the upper chamber (121 Hz.) and the granite box (117 Hz.), the dimensions of both have most likely been calibrated to the heartbeat of a healthy newborn.
The low human voice creates a resonance in the upper chamber that entrains a healthy biorhythm in a newborn infant.
The granite box may have been a natal bath, the water’s surface rippling in beautiful cymatic wave patterns to be broken by the first breath of the newborn. The damaged corner of the granite box denies its ability to hold liquids, suggesting a purposeful destruction, as is the case with the other granite boxes discovered.
Rather than a tomb for the dead, it appears the upper chamber and granite box were designed and used as a nativity center for stabilizing the biorhythms of mother and child during their separation at birth.
The ratio of the dimensions of the upper chamber, one-two, also can be considered a mathematical or acoustical symbolism which supports this hypothesis.
Physical evidence that the chambers were designed for this purpose was discovered during early investigations in the Twentieth Century of the ascending shafts.
A carved stone tool was found sealed in one of the ascending shafts of the middle chamber. The artifact is interpreted to be a peshesh khaf, used in ancient times to sever a newborn’s umbilical cord, in the ritual act separating mother from child.
The ascending shafts are directly aligned to the geographic North and South poles, having been specifically designed as receivers of the lowest frequencies of infrasound at 0.5 Hz. that align precisely to the shaft openings.
The changes in angle of the oblong rectangular shafts are subtle and intriguing, affecting the propagation of sound in ways that are not yet understood.
The location of the natal tool in the ascending shaft suggests a resonant function also related to the biorhythmic entrainment of a newborn infant. The dimensions of the 6’ long horizontal portion of the shafts are just large enough to accommodate a newborn.
It seems likely that the shafts were designed to focus 0.5 Hz. infrasound waves upon an infant placed in the shafts as they open into the upper chamber. As there are two shafts ascending from both the upper chamber and the lower chamber, even twins could be accommodated in a natal entrainment ritual involving psychoacoustic resonance.
The cranial augmentation observed in ancient Egyptian royalty may be a direct result of fetal gestation and natal biorhythmic entrainment at the Great Pyramid.
The complete set of angles of the internal chambers and the pyramid entrance are clearly aligned as receivers to the Fibonacci network of standing waves.
Infrasound Supports Relaxation of Emotions & DNA
A balanced, full-spectrum infrasound environment has been shown to stimulate both emotional relaxation and DNA helical structural relaxation, or “denaturation.”
Vibrational research in Russia has demonstrated a nonlocal mode of DNA communication through an omnipresent field. The interaction often has been described as holographic and based on nonlinear coupling of DNA with electromagnetic fields.
As the first months after birth are well known to be developmentally influential, perhaps exposure during and after birth to the full infrasonic range may increase DNA development and a biorhythm of balanced consciousness.
The cranial volumes of the Pharoanic families were extraordinary, most notably that of Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and their children. Since the unusually elongated crania have been observed in statuary depictions of even the youngest children, the assumption has been made that it was genetically related.
Perhaps, in light of the new acoustical data from the Great Pyramid’s chambers, this assumption may be confirmed and understood to be a result of the infrasonic stimulation: the advanced art of genetic enhancement.
The elongated skulls of the ruling families of ancient high civilizations may have been developed through gestational entrainment techniques under the Great Pyramid’s magnetic umbrella.
Copyright © 2010 by Alex Putney. All Rights Reserved.
[Alexander Putney has intuitively applied four-dimensional mathematics to produce spherical maps of Earth’s standing wave infrasound patterns, and presents an astonishing perspective on the unfolding human reality that challenges many presently-accepted scientific, political, cultural and spiritual theories. While physicists now struggle to find a real-world application for quantum theory, Putney holistically applies quantum iterated functions to specific places and events, penetrating the great mysteries of the human spirit and informing a new understanding of DNA and phenomena of consciousness such as autism, savant syndrome, reincarnation, psychoacoustics, energy healing, and crop circles. For more information, visit www.humanresonance.org.]
2. The Golden Spiral of Consciousness: Spiritual Inspiration & Enlightenment through Art & Science
Robin Craig Clark
The golden ratio or spiral is a unique relation existing in the universe between the whole and the part and has been in our consciousness for over 4,000 years. It is a ubiquity number widely accepted as a divine proportion and spiritually regarded as the language of the Universe.
This simple fraction has been an inspiration to many artists, musicians, mathematicians and philosophers throughout our history.
Out of the golden ratio rises the golden spiral, whose familiar coil shape can be found everywhere in nature, such as in the structure of our DNA and fingerprints, sunflowers and seashells, storm clouds and tornados—even a star cluster nebula like the Milky Way.
The golden spiral, also called the flower of life, is a twirling pattern that forms out from a rectangle with the golden ratio.
When this rectangle is squared, it leaves a smaller rectangle that has the same golden ratio as the original. When this even smaller rectangle is squared, it in turn leaves a yet smaller rectangle behind—and this process continues until the shapes become so small you cannot see them anymore.
In other words, the process goes on forever.
When you connect a curve through the opposite corners of these concentric rectangles, you form the golden spiral.
The fact that the golden spiral shows up in many growth patterns of plants, animals and even whole galaxies makes us wonder if this unique shape is not indeed the pattern of life.
The principles of the golden spiral also can be seen in the design of buildings and architecture, as well as in art and literature. Golden proportions are to be found in music and even light.
The Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Chinese all depict the golden ratio in their artwork. The Egyptians were probably the first to combine mathematics with art in the design of their pyramids.
Pythagoras discovered the golden proportions of the human body and this was portrayed by artists throughout Greek art.
Leonardo De Vinci found inspiration in the mathematics of art and nature; and it is almost certain he painted to conform to the golden ratio—especially the proportions set out in the Mona Lisa.
Literature can draw on the golden ratio in the structure of words, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, and pictures.
Just as we see the existence of the spiral in our fingerprints and galaxies and in the creation of pyramids and paintings, the golden ratio also appears inside the pages of a book—and even in a book’s cover design.
This pattern of nature can be seen inside many art forms and has a universally stimulating effect on the mind. Enlightenment may be part of this pattern—a communication that connects consciousness through the language of the Universe.
Look at the soul as being a bridge between your mind and the intangible essence of your spirit, gently guiding your mind through a doorway of transcendence to a higher plane of awareness.
By bringing the flower of life to words and pictures, your consciousness can be encouraged to move toward a realization greater than itself. In other words, the golden spiral can spiral you to soul awakening.
The flower of life transcends itself from the physical-mathematical form by which it is more commonly known (sacred geometry), into a spiritual equivalent we call unconditional love.
This little flower of life transforms into the pattern of love. Truth seekers, poets and prophets everywhere teach love as being at the center of all things.
When your soul connects consciousness with the golden spiral, you become love. Love is the infinite pattern of the Universe. And so are you.
Our world needs to undergo an incredible transformation. We must heal our emotions and weary bodies. We should sincerely connect to spirit and love—the intrinsic nature of everything.
Most cultures throughout history, from the Aztec to the Celtic, have documented a significant correlation between physical form and spirituality, clearly expressed through art and sacred geometry, like the mandala: beautiful, mesmerizing patterns bearing ritual and spiritual significance.
Psychoanalyst Carl Jung said the mandala is a representation of the unconscious self and believed mandalas are a means toward wholeness in personality.
The Mandelbrot Set, named after Benoît Mandelbrot, is a collection of numbers that form fractals. These are objects that display self-similarity at various scales; and so we can journey into the wondrous world of fractal geometry, gliding through never-ending self-similarity repeating patterns arising from a simple definition.
Quantum physicists show us that the substance of our reality is shaped, if not created, by our own consciousness.
Both old and new worlds of thought now come together as science greets spirituality in a uniform field of thought. The Universe speaks to us and we ought to listen.
If you “dream within a dream,” and inside this dream you awaken to unconditional love, which is the origin of all things in and beyond this world, you may find yourself in an infinite spiral with no beginning and no end called eternal life.
Copyright © 2010 by Robin Craig Clark. All Rights Reserved.
[Robin Craig Clark is a writer of a new generation of spiritual books. Robin’s unique ideas come directly from nature, sacred geometry, Celtic wisdom and the use of holographic narrative, bringing words and art together to create a powerful way to inspire spiritual awakening and transformation. For more information, visit www.peliguin.com.]
Did You Know ... that according to Fiona Macrae writing for The Mail (www.dailymail.co.uk), a recent study reveals that “[c]ancer is a man-made disease fuelled by the excesses of modern life”? “Tumors were rare until recent times when pollution and poor diet became issues, [a] review of mummies, fossils and classical literature found.”
3. All Healing Is Really Self-healing
[The following article is adapted from the author’s newest book, Potentiate Your DNA: A Practical Guide to Healing & Transformation with the Regenetics Method.]
We live in a global culture with such a skewed view of what healing actually is that this point needs to be highlighted.
Although healing often includes alleviating or eliminating symptoms, healing (“wholing”) must not be confused with simple curing. Whereas curing is designed to make the problem go away, no questions asked and no insights gained, healing is a very different activity.
True healing embraces the problem (which is actually a teaching tool employed by our Higher Self) as a way of integrating and being transformed by it.
Curing focuses on symptoms without realizing they are spiritual messages. By contrast, healing is a body-mind-spirit phenomenon involving an increase in awareness that takes the form of a transformational step on our evolutionary journey of conscious personal mastery.
At its heart, healing teaches us to love ourselves and others unconditionally and, moreover, to see others as ourselves.
This line of reasoning establishes that:
1. Healing is inseparable from loving; and
2. Loving leads to a higher state of awareness that has been called unity consciousness.
In this ultimately individualized process, very often the problem disappears, but not because we have ignored it or forced it to go away.
Rather, the problem is simply no longer of use to us because our dysfunctional relationship—which is always a variety of victim consciousness—to the underlying factors creating the problem has been healed consciously.
While we can facilitate healing in another, often with astonishing results, in the end we cannot make a person benefit from the transformational energies we offer.
If any part (conscious or otherwise) of the recipient’s body-mind-spirit refuses to accept the healing energies, to that extent the person will not experience healing or transformation.
This includes ourselves. In all cases, whether we perceive ourselves as the one doing the healing or the one being healed, it is up to the individual to integrate, deeply and unconditionally, his or her own healing.
The view that all healing is really self-healing is strongly supported by Glen Rein’s inspiring research in DNA’s response to coherent emotions.
Dr. Rein found that positive emotions compress DNA—making DNA more robust and arguably more available for healing and transformation. On the other hand, negative emotions decompress (to the point even of killing) DNA.
It is up to us as individuals to determine—and if necessary, upgrade—which emotions we regularly experience as well as which emotionally charged attitudes we typically entertain so that our own healing can occur.
At the very least, we must be receptive to the idea of healing ourselves in order actually to do so.
Even a minimal willingness to undergo positive change can set the stage for remarkable benefits from many methods of healing.
To understand that healing is always self-healing is to grasp the primary role of free will in this process.
Nothing about healing is predetermined. To the contrary, healing is a quantum unfoldment that at each instant respects our own myriad boundaries as to how fast—and how radically—we are willing to transform.
Such boundaries can be conscious. They also can be subconscious, ancestral, and even karmic. Theoretically, we can heal and change overnight—and some people do.
But more often, healing is an incremental, cumulative and eventually exponential process that allows us to consciously integrate its numerous transformational lessons at a manageable rate.
Copyright © 2010 by Sol Luckman. All Rights Reserved.
[In addition to Potentiate Your DNA: A Practical Guide to Healing and Transformation with the Regenetics Method and the bestselling Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Sol Luckman is author of the groundbreaking Beginner’s Luke Series of six seriocomic novels devoted to exploring—irreverently and hilariously—the primary role of consciousness and imagination in creating, and re-creating, our reality. Sol is also an essayist on literary theory, a visual artist, editor of the popular free ezine DNA Monthly, and cofounder of the Phoenix Center for Regenetics. For more information, visit www.phoenixregenetics.org.]
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