Bradley York Bartholomew
[SL: Here’s another oldie but goodie from the Archives of my popular free ezine, DNA MONTHLY. Enjoy!]
Findings by molecular biologists Peter Gariaev and Vladimir Poponin of the Russian Academy of Science concerning the “DNA Phantom Effect” have a radical connection with the formation of crop circles in the United Kingdom and throughout the world.
According to these scientists, DNA emits electromagnetic waves that continue to manifest even after the DNA sample has been removed.
This research has been commented on and explained by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf in their book VERNETZTE INTELLIGENZ, in which the authors also put forward the theory that self-radiating balls of light often seen in the sky and mistaken for extraterrestrial visitors are, in fact, a group consciousness phenomenon brought about by “hypercommunication” within DNA.
Fosar and Bludorf’s theory also can explain the formation of crop circles, which are commonly attributed to extraterrestrials. In addition, technology is being developed by the aforesaid scientists in Moscow to work with a new energy source, previously unknown to mankind, that is capable of creating crop circles.
Discovery of the DNA Phantom Effect
The sensational discovery of the DNA Phantom Effect occurred when Gariaev and Poponin were attempting to measure the vibrational pattern of a DNA sample.
The two scientists illuminated the DNA specimen with a laser light that produced a typical wave pattern on a screen. When they removed the sample, the wave pattern did not completely disappear.
There remained on the screen a regular wave pattern—as if there were still a material sample of DNA being illuminated. A control experiment demonstrated that this secondary wave pattern must still be coming from the original DNA sample that had been removed.
The control experiment had no DNA sample placed in the radiation beam and only a random pattern was produced on the screen. The DNA Phantom Effect is always repeatable when a DNA sample is used.
DNA as a Language
Fosar and Bludorf describe other findings by the Russian team, particularly concerning the over ninety percent of human DNA that does not code for protein synthesis, and is therefore considered biologically inert.
The authors point out that these days we refer to DNA quite naturally as a “genetic code,” and we look upon it as a systematic encoding of information.
Yet at present, mainstream geneticists remain committed to examining DNA exclusively through chemical processes—instead of bringing in speech and linguistic analysts who normally would be involved in an attempt to decipher a code.
Not so in Moscow. Here, the genetic code has been examined precisely as an exercise in linguistics (the science of the structure and construction of speech).
Linguistics can be used to explore not only natural speech that has evolved in individual countries and cultures; it equally can be applied to artificial speech: for example, computer programming languages.
By examining speech, one ascertains the basic rules of syntax (the creation of words from letters or characters) and semantics (the study of the meaning content of words). Together, syntax and semantics make up the foundation for a grammar.
By applying this scientific form of linguistic examination to the genetic code, the Moscow group found that DNA follows grammatical rules similar to those used in human speech.
Albeit not the rules of a particular language (such as Russian). But at a more fundamental level, DNA does follow the rules that govern the common features of all languages.
This research reveals that there is an essential relationship between the structure of the genetic code and human language. For centuries scientists have been speculating on a human protolanguage—and it may well be that Gariaev and his colleagues have found it.
Language Emerges from DNA
Fosar and Bludorf explain that, apparently, the structure of DNA does not correspond to human speech structures, but rather all human languages follow the pattern of the genetic code.
After all, DNA and the genetic code existed long before the first human uttered the first word. So languages that have evolved since the advent of humans must have followed the grand pattern that was already laid out in the genetic code.
Fosar and Bludorf emphasize that this situation is not a question of an orthodox material worldview, according to which the faculty of speech is merely a secondary effect of bodies constructed of proteins that are coded for in certain genes.
Instead, the arrangement of the elementary bases in DNA itself follows a fixed grammar, an ethereal plan, to which our human language is analogous.
That a DNA language precedes the construction of our bodies has been demonstrated by the Moscow group in their research revealing that the structure of DNA and that of human language are particularly compatible in the larger part of DNA that serves no purpose in protein synthesis.
Herein lies a revolutionary discovery for the entire field of genetics. Those who are only interested in examining known genes, and dismissing the rest of the genome as “junk” DNA, are possibly missing what is really fundamental.
This scenario is truly a paradox, according to Fosar and Bludorf, for it is precisely this “dumb DNA” that is actually speaking!
In Gariaev’s own words:
The majority seek to understand the principles of DNA-Biocomputers in which they refer exclusively to the DNA-Watson-Crick-Rules: A-T, G-C. That is correct, but it is not enough. The DNA-Chromosomal continuum in living systems has wave attributes that have remained elusive to us, and that are like a computer program for the structure of organisms. The known genetic code is a code for protein synthesis, and nothing more. Living chromosomes, however, function just like solitonic/holographic computers using endogenous DNA laser radiation.
Adapting Language to Change DNA
Fosar and Bludorf list some of the extraordinary consequences of this new approach to genetics.
The Russian researchers were able to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser beam in such a way as to influence DNA frequency, and thus genetic information itself.
It was not necessary to painstakingly decode the sequences of base pairs in DNA, and thereby artificially formulate genetic information.
Quite simply, Gariaev and his colleagues used words and sentences of human language to change the information in DNA, once they had ascertained that the basic structures were synonymous.
The Moscow group were able to prove this astounding procedure experimentally. DNA in living tissue reacts to speech-modulated laser light, as well as radio waves, provided the correct frequency is used.
The researchers were able to direct the information pattern from one DNA sample onto a different sample, and thus effect a transmission of genetic information.
In this way, cells were reprogrammed with information taken from a different genome. Specifically, frog embryos were converted into salamander embryos simply by exchanging the information patterns in the respective DNA.
Gariaev’s work demonstrates a radical new way of interacting and even communicating with DNA through voice-modulated laser beams. This has to be seen as a totally new form of energy which has been discovered and harnessed—and that opens up virtually unlimited possibilities for the evolution of life not only on earth but in the universe.
DNA, Light Orbs & Wormholes
Fosar and Bludorf also relate the findings of Russian physicists Alexej Dimitrijev and Vjatcheslav Djatlov, who were commissioned by the Russian military to investigate the many sightings of self-radiating balls of light that appear regularly in Siberia on the border with China.
The two scientists came to the conclusion that these UFOs were actually caused by vacuum domains where gravitational forces can change into electricity, and vice versa.
This theory introduces a sensational new element into the new physics because it opens up the possibility of hypercommunication through stable wormholes into other parts of the universe.
This theory has radical implications for the functioning of DNA as well. It is now known that DNA functions as a superconductor at body temperature and is able to store light and information. Fosar and Bludorf theorize that DNA itself acts as an intelligence network which enables hypercommunication via wormholes.
Sightings of mysterious balls of light in the Russian sky can be explained as a phenomenon based in group consciousness brought about by hypercommunication through wormholes associated with DNA. It would seem that these orbs are, in various subtle ways, interacting with observers at a psychic level.
In order to demonstrate the connection between wormholes in space and those linked to DNA, Fosar and Bludorf refer to the work of Finnish physicist Matti Pitkänen, who some years ago formulated a theory about the construction of the universe based on an eight-dimensional space geometry.
In this complex theory, known as TGD (Topological Geometrical Dynamics), magnetic wormholes play a significant biological role. In fact, the innovative thrust of this theory is to establish a scientific link between physics and biology.
Pitkänen’s model leads to a cosmology of sentient beings. Much more than simply instructions for synthesizing proteins for the construction of living cells is held in DNA. These powerful genetic biomolecules also contain the data for the operation of magnetic wormholes as biological communication channels.
Pitkänen’s novel approach incorporates the mental concepts of consciousness and perception into the new physics. According to Pitkänen, Wormhole-Magnetic-Fields, which present as Space-Time-Layers, are contained in normal biological material, and are excellent candidates for a physical explanation of perception.
Magnetized wormholes are seen as the quintessential living system. Fosar and Bludorf explain that Pitkänen’s TGD theory demonstrates the long suspected connection between gravitation and consciousness—namely, that gravitation and consciousness represent antipoles.
It is even suggested that gravitation is a fiction, evidenced by the fact that gravitational force can be converted into electricity (i.e., electromagnetic vibrations in the form of brain waves) in vacuum domains. Here we have an explanation for how self-radiating balls of light can enter into telepathic communication with observers.
There is a lot of material on the Internet concerning the ability of DNA to react to various vibrations and electromagnetic waves. Much of this material seems to be based on the findings of Fritz Albert Popp that DNA emits quantum coherent photons.
The Institute of HeartMath provides published articles focused on modulation of DNA by heart frequencies. There are theories about DNA actually emitting information as well as acting as an antenna.
In an experiment conducted by Poponin, DNA caused randomly dispersed light photons in a vacuum to line up in an orderly fashion in alignment with the DNA. In other words, DNA had an effect on light particles in its external environment.
Other experiments describe how DNA removed by as much as fifty miles from the biological donor still shows identical and simultaneous responses to changes in the emotional state of the donor. There is no lag time whatsoever.
Clearly, as argued by Fosar and Bludorf, there is a simultaneous hypercommunication within DNA. It may be reasonably predicted that samples of DNA taken from astronauts traveling in outer space likewise would display this hypercommunication ability.
DNA Hypercommunication Explains Crop Circles
In SECRETS IN THE FIELDS, Freddy Silva argues that the energy behind crop circles is natural, and “that an intelligent source is able to control it to a very high degree. How else can we explain a ‘natural phenomenon’ that selectively avoids houses, towns, gardens, and parks? That produces hundreds of geometrical and philosophically significant shapes of great complexity? That interacts with, even reads, the minds of its human observers?”
According to Fosar and Bludorf, this natural energy is brought about by hypercommunication via magnetic wormholes in DNA. Crop circles are a group consciousness phenomenon.
Of the DNA Phantom Effect, Poponin has stated: “Perhaps the most important finding of these experiments is that they provide an opportunity to study vacuum substructure on strictly scientific and quantitative grounds. This is possible due to the phantom field’s intrinsic ability to couple with conventional electromagnetic fields.”
This means that waves emanating from DNA resonate with external electromagnetic fields, which implies that these DNA waves are capable of changing and directing external electromagnetic fields.
Again to quote Poponin: “This model is suggested as the basis for a more general nonlinear quantum theory which may explain many of the observed subtle energy phenomena and eventually could provide a physical theory of consciousness.”
The geometrical and philosophically significant shapes of crop circles can be explained, as pointed out by Fosar and Bludorf, in terms of Jungian archetypes in the collective unconscious.
This also illuminates an essential element of crop circle phenomena—namely, that they seem to interact with the psyche of human observers. Hypercommunication through magnetic wormholes in DNA could not fail to impact the psyche of persons observing the formation of crop circles through a group consciousness experience.
Another fundamental characteristic of crop circles is that they appear to be formed by some form of electromagnetic energy. According to Charles Thomas, who visited crop circles in Wiltshire and Cornwall in 1991/92,
The process of crop circle formation in these cases appears to have produced a local magnetic anomaly detectable with a reliable instrument … [T]he anomaly appears to be linked to the direction in which the stalks are flattened and … the strength of the anomaly appears to vary with the distance from ground level. There may be a suspicion that the magnetic field is created at the time of the formation and decreases through time.
Silva documents many incidents where all sorts of electrical and mechanical equipment has malfunctioned precisely when taken into a crop circle, and then resumes normal functions as soon as it is removed from the immediate vicinity of the crop circle. Even the engines of aircraft flying over crop circles have been known to malfunction.
Fosar and Bludorf’s theory, in which crop circles appear as a result of hypercommunication through magnetized wormholes in DNA, explains the magnetized anomalies of this phenomenon.
The stems of plants within a crop circle are bent in a manner which cannot be explained by conventional science. Crop circles have appeared in wheat, canola, barley, rye and linseed, as well as many other cultivated crops.
With a number of these crops, any attempt to bend the stalk will result in snapping. All plants in a crop circle, however, have the stem permanently bent, and yet apart from that they remain alive and well.
Regarding crop circle walls, again to quote Silva, the force at work here is
capable of incising pictograms containing over a thousand elements with surgical precision, covering areas of up to 150,000 square feet, and with such unerring accuracy that “curtains” of wheat one stalk wide are sometimes all that separate one circle from another. The perimeter walls resemble the seamless curve of a drum, and where inward-curving walls meet inside a design, the central point can be defined down to a single stalk.
From this description, it is a abundantly clear that the force that creates crop circles has to include precision laser beam technology: the same type of technology used by the Moscow group in their experiments with DNA vibrations.
The floor of crop circles consists of plants that have been flattened, but are otherwise undamaged and unharmed. The flattened plants can be woven into complex spirals and swirls, and there also can be several layers of densely interwoven stalks resembling interrelated wave patterns. Generally, any attempt to pry apart the interwoven plants destroys them.
The flattening process also can exhibit extraordinary selectivity. Different species of plants can be left standing among an otherwise flattened crop. Such selectivity can even extend to plants of the same type and age which are left standing amid a flattened crop.
Again, this recalls an aspect of the DNA experiments by the Moscow group, who found that DNA only responds to vibrations of exactly the right frequency. Only technology with this level of sophistication can explain how some plants can be deliberately spared the flattening process on the floor of a crop circle.
DNA Changes in Crop Circles
Laboratory analysis reveals that the crystalline structure of the flattened plants in many crop circles actually has been changed. Even more significant is the fact that the DNA in such plants is considerably different from plants that have not been flattened.
In other words, the force that flattened the crop had the exact vibrational frequency necessary to modify the information patterns in DNA.
Laboratory analysis also found that the seeds and germinating process of the affected plants had been changed. Although the plants themselves were unharmed, the force at work had made substantial changes to the plants’ natural regenerative processes.
This kind of change can only be brought about by something capable of altering the information patterns in the plants’ DNA.
With respect to the flattening process itself, laboratory analysis undertaken by Levengood concluded that an energy source “originating in the microwave region had boiled the water inside the plants’ nodes, effectively transforming it into steam.”
This statement further indicates that electromagnetic waves of a certain frequency are involved. Combined with Poponin’s assertion that Phantom DNA has the ability to couple with conventional electromagnetic fields, we have a recipe for how biologically inert matter such as soil, rock and water can be modified.
Eyewitness Accounts Support the DNA Connection
Silva reviews evidence of eye witnesses to the formation of crop circles, where a consistent observation is that a “tube of light” appears during this phenomenon.
Silva concludes that it is something like a laser beam, and quotes Russian metaphysician P. D. Ouspensky that the ray of light can be transformed “into a spiral, into a hollow cylinder” where photons lie close to one another lengthwise “with two kinds of thread.”
Silva writes, “Regardless of what we call the energy inside those tubes, it seems to send a ‘code’ which tells plants what to do and when.” This light energy would seem analogous to the voice-modulated laser beam that the Russian team used to modify information patterns in DNA.
Putting aside for a moment the actual source of this energy, it is almost certain that the energy creating crop circles and the energy that the Moscow group employs to modify DNA are one and the same.
There have also been many reports of a distinctive sound heard when crop circles are formed. Silva refers to the findings that music can actually cause plants to move towards or away from the source of the sound.
On a related note, scientific research proves that spiritual musical chants resonate with DNA. Silva refers to references in ancient religious scripts that the Sanskrit language is sacred because it is the “language of light,” and its characters were considered to be the “sounds of light.”
In ancient tradition, the geometrical vibrations of language not only were believed capable of harnessing the power of light—but also of creating matter.
Here again we find exactly the same principles being applied by the Moscow group using voice-modulated laser beams to modify the information patterns in DNA. Sanskrit may be the source language for Indo-European languages, but obviously all language has the ability to resonate with DNA.
Effectively, the Russian researchers talk to DNA through laser beams, and DNA responds.
Similarly, with crop circles DNA demonstrates how sound vibrations contained in laser light can create intricate and intelligent patterns in organic matter by modifying the information patterns in the genome of plants.
It may even come to pass that once the significance of crop circles is known, they will begin to exhibit even more sophisticated patterns to better enable us to decode DNA.
A Clairvoyant’s Perspective
In the conclusion to his book, Silva refers to the channelings of clairvoyant Isabelle Kingston, who in 1989 purports to have had contact with a Universal Consciousness called the Watchers.
This occurred prior to the recent upsurge in crop circle activity. Among other things, Kingston was told by the Watchers that “the energy has been put through crop circles through thought processes.”
She also was informed that
this new source of energy is now being created and certain beings are being prepared to understand the messages being projected at this time. Power is being created through the intellect of the scientist, knowledge is being awakened; some scientists are very close to the answer—an energy machine. This energy is only partially linked to magnetism. It is linked to the illusion of time. Rather like thought-transference, man will be able to change the molecular structure of things, including himself. Within the energy-pattern of the circles we give you this information.
Not long after this channeling, crop circle activity started to appear in earnest, and at about the same time the Moscow group came together to commence their experiments with DNA using voice-modulated laser beams produced by a “MALVERN” LCPS (Laser Photon Correlation Spectrometer).
This laser technology—the energy machine—was literally a new form of energy with the capacity to change the molecular structure of things.
While scientists were developing this energy, the intelligence in DNA was creating crop circles using exactly the same energy source as a means of demonstrating how the universe was created in the first place, and how it may now be subsequently modified.
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Bradley York Bartholomew wrote several articles on Hindu philosophy that were published in India in the early 1990s, including an article entitled “Inner Self” published in INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY. In recent years, he has written several pieces on the networked intelligence in DNA that have been published in England, Holland, and Germany. Visit his website at www.spiritualgenome.com.