Zombification of Americans and the World Population
Your Marvelous Brain
Learn to distinguish between a Living Human and the Walking Dead
What do brainwaves have to do with zombies?
Have you been zombified?
Who is taking zombies seriously?
Do brainwave hunting zombies walk among us?
Why it is critical to be in unity in faith with your healer
To be honest, Zombies were not on my imminent radar screen when I attended the recent Transhumanism and the Hybrid Age conference in Branson, Missouri. I left Montana at 2 PM and arrived in Springfield at near midnight and I was left with the indelible impression that Zombies are here, and they have abilities to hunt you by your brainwaves. How or why did this come to my mind? Not one person talked to each other during the whole journey. People either stared at their mobile devices or looked straight ahead with a blank stare. True, ordinary Americans are not the mutants that we see in movie genre, that said, Zombies are here now amongst us. This is not a joke as you will soon discover. Let us unravel why this is significant to you.
Zombies have become a fixture in literary and cinematic culture over the past century. The list of on-screen zombie productions is extensive, from White Zombie in 1932 and Night of the Living Dead in 1968, to this year’s Patient Z and dozens of others in between. In 2016, Netflix boasted a buffet of 19 zombie-themed shows to satiate their viewers’ appetite for the walking dead. Yet over the past decade, zombies have broken free of their cinematic chains. Runners can now have their zombie fix on-the-go, with zombie-themed races in which costumed zombies chase runners, or via zombie running apps. For the extreme among us, there are even zombie survival camps: “the ultimate weekend apocalypse adventure.”
The television show Revolution, a lights out scenario, was collaborated (as you can see) and scripted by the United Nations. The show ends with the populous zombified through nanotechnology and heading to a small town in Idaho. It is a cliff-hanger. We do not know what happened once they got there.
Bottom line, your brain is under attack. It is one of the barrier's God provided for you to prevent you from becoming zombified.
There is a concept in Hebrew that is not talked about much in Christianity. I have mentioned it before, but for my new readers I will do a quick refresher. That is the reality of the living dead. The living dead are humans that are biologically alive, but spiritually dead. They exist physically, but they do not have a soul or spirit. This will play a greater role as Synthetic Humans are deployed into the wild (human population). These constructs look like you or me, but are totally artificial constructs. No matter the degree of tweaking of consciousness, they will never have a soul or spirit.
Before we look at the living dead we first need to understand the mechanisms of the soul and spirit.
Has the soul been replaced by neuroscience? The following are excerpts from an excellent article In Search of the Soul on the topic. Even though these are excerpts, they are lengthy. We must understand the soul and the spirit because of where we are in history. The original article was to a Hebrew audience and I endeavored to remove portions that would not be applicable to Christians and yet keep the flavor and the understanding in tact.
The ancient usage of soul is:
(nefesh) derives from the word for neck, which appears, e.g., in the biblical expression “the water reached the neck” (מים עד נפש) found in Jonah 2:6 and Psalms 69:2. More generally, the term means living being, life, self, or person, and can even express derivative concepts such as desire, appetite, emotion or passion.
נשמה (neshama) derives from the root נ-ש-מ, which refers to breathing, and is used in the verb לנשום, to pant, (in Modern Hebrew, to breathe) and the modern Hebrew word for breath (נשימה). The term can also mean life or spirit, based on the equation of breathing equals life, as in:
[The LORD] blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being (Gen 2:7).
רוח (ruach) literally means wind or the movement of air when breathing. Ancient Israelites connected life with bodily movements associated with breathing, such as flaring of the nostrils. The term ruach can also mean life, breath, or spirit, especially when combined with the term נשמה as here:
All in whose nostrils was the breath of life… died (Gen 7:22).
All three Hebrew terms relate to the physical process of breathing, or more accurately perhaps, ventilation.
A Detached Soul
In addition to the biological meaning of soul, however, “the evidence suggests that a belief in the existence of disembodied souls was part of the common religious heritage of the peoples of the ancient Near East.” Richard Steiner, a Bible and Semitics scholar from Yeshiva University, makes a well-documented case that the idea of soul distinct from the body was already present in the Hebrew Bible before any influence from Greek thinking. Certainly by the rabbinic period the נשמה was conceived of not merely as the life force of the body but as an independent entity, something deposited by God into the human being.
The implication here is that the soul is akin to a security (פיקדון, pikadon) deposited into the body and detachable from it. It is a sort of energy-providing battery that is removed at death and in sleep but available to the body once again on waking and when life resumes after death.
The Soul in Science and Medicine
Illustration of typical multipolar neuron. Wikimedia
It now appears, however, that biology and neuroscience can better explain much of what the idea of the soul once explained. Let’s look at some examples of this.
Ancient Israel’s equation of life with breathing and flaring of the nostrils is unacceptable now scientifically because it would mean that creatures such as plants and insects—which respire but do not breathe in the ordinary sense—are not alive! It turns out that life is not limited to creatures that breathe. Breathing is only one way by which living creatures gain the oxygen necessary to sustain themselves. Humans breathe because neurons of the lower medulla-oblongata sense acid-base changes in blood causing the diaphragm to move. Life depends on this mechanism—not on soul.
We said above that the term soul includes aspects of mind such as desire and emotion. Michael Carasik details the biblical terms used to describe the receptive, retentive, and creative aspects of what we now call mind. But it is the heart, he notes, that “is the physical locus most commonly presented in the Bible as that of the mind, comparable to the head in modern English.”
The oft-recited first paragraph of Shema— “with all your heart and with all your soul (בכל לבבך ובכל נפשך)”—distinguishes between heart and soul and implies that “soul” (נפש) must be something other than “heart” (לב). So which word, if any, corresponds to our current ideas about mind—לב or נפש? The matter is confused because the biblical authors, like other ancient people, lacked knowledge of the brain as the source of mind.
The Brain as the Organ of Mind
Our conception of “mind” as the summary of all brain functions—including rational thought, feeling, planning, calculating, desiring, etc.— is quite recent. The biblical authors had no unifying explanation for these aspects of mind that we now know are functions of brain. For this reason the intricate systems developed by the medieval Jewish philosophers and rabbis that attempted to relate soul to mind have little explanatory power for us today, having been bypassed by neuroscience.
Ancient Conceptions of the Physical Source of Mental Functions
Absent any understanding of what the brain did, ancient thinkers, including the biblical authors, conceived of heart, kidneys, liver, and other organs as the sources of emotions and mental functions. For this reason, in an attempt to preserve the body for the afterlife, the ancient Egyptians embalmed organs and kept them in canopic jars. They would also preserve the heart inside the body. But they destroyed the brain and poured it out through the nose as useless garbage.
As late as the 16th century, the English philosopher Henry Moore dismissed the brain and declared that, “this laxe pithe (sic) or marrow in man’s head shows no more capacity for thought than a Cake of Suet or a Bowl of Curds.”
Discovering the Brain and the Nervous System
A great change in thinking was pioneered by the English physician Thomas Willis (1621-1675). Willis, the founder of neurology, compared his patients’ signs and symptoms during life with areas of damaged brain he found through clandestine autopsies. (Our present-day imaging studies are a continuation of this same highly fruitful approach.) Rapid progress ensued.
By perfecting the new methods of staining cells with different dyes, Santiago Ramón y Cajal (Madrid, 1888) discovered that the nervous system is made up of individual cells touching one another. These cells, later called “neurons,” are the basic unit of the nervous system. Neurons generate an electro-chemical signal (the action potential) that travels along a branched “wire“ or axon to connect with or “talk to” other neurons at connecting points called synapses. Each synapse is enormously complicated, and each of the hundreds of billions of synapses in our brain is capable of reintegrating its past experience or pattern of activity to determine its future excitability. Memory and learning are thought to be based on such changes in synaptic connections.
Populations of neurons are organized into modules that specialize in one or another brain function, such as making sense of what we hear or see, planning, feeling, language and remembering. All of these capabilities taken together are called “mind.” Thus, soul considered as mind is no longer mysterious and adds nothing to our scientific understanding. Mind is simply what the brain does.
“[I]t was her soul more than her body that knew fear. She had realized for the first time, with finality and fatality what was the illusion she laboured under. She had thought that each individual had a complete self, a complete soul, an accomplished I. And now she realized as plainly as if she had turned into a new being, that this was not so. Men and women had incomplete selves, made up of bits assembled together loosely and somewhat haphazard.” – D.H. Lawrence, The Plumed Serpent
Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is withinme His holy name.
The first and second cola of the verse are parallel. Thus, “Yhwh” is parallel with “His holy name,” and “my soul (נפשי)” with “all that is within me (כל קרבי).” These latter phrases (“my soul” and “all that is within me”) are likely trying to convey the concept of “myself” or “my being.” Nefesh frequently has this meaning in the Psalms and in the Siddur (Jewish prayer book).
Explaining the Feeling of “Selfness” and Where in the Brain It Resides
The mysterious feeling of “selfness” was explained in the past by the concept of a soul, which represented a person’s essence. In recent years, however, neuroscience has made great strides in understanding how the brain produces this feeling of self and how we each construct our inner “me.” In fact, we even have a good idea as to where in the brain this feeling is produced.
Recent studies point to the medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC), the area along the midline of the frontal lobes anterior to the motor area, as a key neural structure for processing various kinds of information relative to the self. The ability to think about oneself in abstract and symbolic ways is a function of the frontal cortex—a part of the brain that expanded dramatically during mammalian and human evolution and accounts for our distinctively high foreheads.
The MPFC places information about ourselves based on our multiple past experiences onto a continuum of self-relevance. This collected information constitutes the self-concept and is stored in brain areas that are the loci of long-term memory. This is where “I” resides. It may feel as though my soul— that is, “all that is within me”— blesses God, but in fact, it is one specific area of the brain that generates that feeling.
The blessing recited over waking up in the morning ends: “…who restores souls to lifeless bodies (המחזיר נשמות לפגרים מתים).” But sleeping bodies are not lifeless. The autonomic nervous systems that regulate heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, digestion, renal function and all the panoply of processes that keep us alive are all maintained during sleep. What does change in sleep is our level of consciousness and awareness of our surroundings. Again, neuroscience offers an explanation for this phenomenon.
What Happens to Awareness during Sleep
The states we think of as conscious or awake are dependent on the activity of the reticular activating system, a network of neurons in the brainstem that sends projections throughout the thalamus, hypothalamus, and cerebral cortex. These projections release nerve-signaling chemicals called neurotransmitters that control whether we are asleep or awake by acting on different groups of neurons. Neurotransmitters such as serotonin and norepinephrine keep some parts of the brain active during our wake state. As we fall asleep, other neurons at the base of the brain release acetylcholine that “switches off” the signals that keep us awake. As one might imagine, the prefrontal cortex—the area involved in so-called “executive functions” of the brain and the source of the concept of self—is deactivated during sleep.
It is because of these changes in neurotransmitter activity that we are less able to react to environmental stimuli, integrate information, focus attention, or control our behavior during sleep. From the neurologic point of view, “restoring souls to lifeless bodies” on waking is no longer mysterious. It is a matter of changes in neurotransmitter activity.
The “Activating Principle” of Life
Life and death have always called for explanation. An ancient solution to their mystery was that the soul’s presence constitutes life; its absence accounts for death. The soul was the “activating principle” of life. When philosophers—or “natural scientists” as they were once called—discussed the term “activating principle,” they were not picturing physically sustaining substances like oxygen and glucose that produce the energy to power our bodies. Rather, they thought of an animating, non-physical principle in living things that rendered them fundamentally different from non-living entities.
The concept of elan vital, the vital force or impulse of life, persisted into modern times and was advanced by French philosopher Henri Bergson as late as 1907. Nevertheless, this concept is no longer part of the way biology conceives of life.
Synthesizing Organic Compounds in the Laboratory
In 1828, the German chemist Friedrich Wöhler synthesized the organic compound urea from inorganic chemicals on his laboratory shelf. This inorganic urea was identical to that which is regularly excreted by humans as a way of ridding our body of nitrogenous waste. The key point is this: there is no vital principle inherent in organic urea that makes it any different from synthetic urea! Both living and non-living things conform to the same physico-chemical principles. This is not to say that living things are not different from non-living things. Living things, for instance, have highly complex molecules not present in non-living things. An example is deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), a double-stranded chain of nucleic acids that coil around each other in a helical ‘twisted ladder’ structure. A sugar-phosphate backbone is on the outside of this double helix and the nucleotides adenine, guanine, thymine and cytosine are in the inside. The information in this double helix is ‘transcribed’ into the closely related ribonucleic acid (RNA) that serves as a template for producing proteins. But a molecule of DNA doesn’t differ in any fundamental way from a non-living molecule, such as water or ammonia. All molecules, living and non-living, are dependent on the properties of atoms and their physico-chemical bonds. It happens that molecular DNA is of immense importance, since it encodes the “recipe” for living beings. But it does not depend on any outside non-physical, non-chemical “vital force.” While it is clear that a living system is something quite different from an inanimate object, “… not one of life’s characteristics are in conflict with a strictly mechanistic interpretation of the world.” From a neuroscience point of view, therefore, the use of “soul” to mean the mysterious vital force or פיקדון deposited into the body and responsible for life is unacceptable— because there is no such force. It has been replaced in our understanding by the biochemical processes that sustain living beings.
The Marvelous Brain Physiology
The human brain is an electrochemical organ capable of generating as much as ten watts of electrical power via neural oscillation, commonly known as brainwaves. These brainwaves can actually change depending on what you are doing and feeling. For example; low beta waves are often associated with quiet concentration, while high beta waves are usually dominatewhen we experience significant stress, anger, and anxiety like when and if you ever must flee from zombies!
In fact, researchers have discovered that beta activity is dramatically increased when movement has to be voluntarily suppressed. Simply resisting the urge to run from the living dead could generate a relatively massive amount of electrical activity (from 14 to 40 Hz almost instantly).
Your brain houses the most powerful forces in existence, except for the Creator. Your brain is the seat of the soul, consciousness, memory center, it is thought that the Spirit resides in this location, the executive coordinator for all our actions and inactions and bodily functions primarily get run through the brain.
Beta brain waves are the most commonly found in awake individuals out of all brain wave patterns. The frequency range is between 12Hz-38Hz and considered among the fastest brainwave frequencies. Beta brainwave is produced by our left brain and has been linked to conscious thought or being wide awake. Each time you solve a math problem, logic puzzle, or read a book, your beta brainwave kicks in. Beta brainwaves will increase as you get older, it is the dominant rhythm. Beta brainwaves are what is used by your brain to help you function in society. If you were without any beta brainwaves, you would be unable to function while you are awake. You would basically be an awake, “brain-dead zombie”. Beta Waves have been associated with an increased ability to focus on our external reality.
Functions of Beta Brainwave
You Can Think Quicker and More Focused
Feel More Excitement and Increase Performance
Become More Motivated and Goal Oriented
More Energy and Positivity
Being more Social Outgoing
Write Easily and Quickly
Increase in I.Q.
Too Much Beta
Anxiety and Stress
Sweat the Small Stuff or Paranoia
Irrational Thoughts and Think Negatively
Insomnia and Muscle Tension
Alpha brainwaves cycle within the frequency range of 8Hz to 12Hz and were the first brainwave frequency range to be discovered. It was found by an Austrian research psychiatrist in 1908 and named it Alpha Brainwave because it was the first brainwave to be discovered ("Alpha means "first" in Greek).
Alpha brainwaves are the dominant brainwave activity when the body is relaxed and can turn on our creativity. When you take the time to breathe deeply, meditate, or close your eyes, there will be a big increase in the amount of alpha brainwave activity inside your brain. You may experience this brainwave if you practice yoga or even drinking alcohol. They are commonly produced in synchronized fashion connecting both hemispheres of your brain, but can be found solely in the right hemisphere.
Emotion Stability and More Relaxation
Enhanced Problem Solving and Creativity
Optimal Athletic Performance
Ability to Tap Super Learning
Improved Immune System Functioning
Calm Mind and Can Think Positive
Theta brainwaves are the second slowest frequency of brainwave with cycle rate of 4-7 times per second (4Hz–7Hz) and usually generated in the right brain hemisphere. Theta brainwaves kick in when we feel emotional, deeply relaxed, daydream, unfocused, or are asleep. Theta brainwaves are considered extremely relaxing brainwave activity that is commonly associated when brain activity slows almost to the point of sleep, but not quite. We normally only experience theta brainwave as we drift off to sleep, during some dreaming, and as we return from the depths of delta sleep.
Theta brainwave can bring you deep states of meditation. A sensation of floating. and you may feel your mind expand beyond the boundaries of your body. In theta state, vivid imagery flashes before the mind's eye and we are receptive to information beyond our normal conscious awareness.
Theta brainwave has also been identified as the gateway to learning and memory. Theta meditation increases creativity, enhances learning, reduces stress and awakens intuition and other extrasensory perception skills. The inspiration that take place during the theta state is often free flow and occurs without censorship or guilt. The Theta state is where intuition comes, instantaneous healings occur and accelerated learning occurs. Einstein trained himself to spend many hours in that state. It is typically a very positive mental state.
Deep levels of relaxation
Ability to reprogram subconscious mind
Hyper focus and super learning
Enhanced long-term memory
Advanced intuition As you increase your theta wave, your intuition will increase as well as your ability to recognize those feelings in your gut.
Bridges to the spiritual connection and psychic experience
Boosted immune system, healing of body and mind
Inability to focus
Too many daydreams
Lack of excitement
Overly receptive mind
Delta brainwaves are the brain’s slowest frequency range cycling at a rate of 1-4 times per second (e.g. 1 Hz – 4 Hz), but are the highest in amplitude and are responsible for the slowest form of mental processing. Like other slower brainwaves patterns, delta brainwave are generated in the right hemisphere, though they may be observed in widespread patterns throughout various parts of the brain. Delta brainwaves become active in your brain when you are in the deeper stages of sleep (e.g. stage 3 and stage 4). If you’ve ever woken up and felt irritable, unconscious, confused, or disorientated, you likely woke up during your delta stage of sleep. They are associated with being completely unconscious (i.e. you usually won’t know or remember anything while Delta brainwaves are dominant).
People with high amounts of delta brainwave have been found to have increased empathy (or understanding of others’ emotions) and access to the unconscious mind. Individuals who are therapists, guides, teachers, and those into professions which involve helping others tend to have delta brainwave while awake. It has been said that this unconscious brainwave give them more understanding and access to other individuals’ mental and emotional state.
Benefits of increasing delta
Release of Anti-Aging Hormones
State of Empathy
Advanced Healing of Body and Mind
Human Growth Hormone (H.G.H.) Release
Connection with Unconscious Mind
Deepest Possible Level of Mind and Body Relaxation
Connecting with the Spiritual Body
Boosted Immune System
Drawback of too much delta
Extremely Unfocused Mind
Have you been Zombified by the Blue Light Special?
As we have established, our brain waves emanate out from us into the environment. Is it possible that zombies can pick up these neural transmissions just as many animals pick up the frequencies of frightened or scared creatures? Could the walking dead zombies develop cryptochrome in their eyes to sense our circadian rhythms, or provide a heightened sense of magnetoception often found in other animals like bats, deer, and birds:
[Cryptochrome is] … an ancient protein with versions in all branches of life. In most cases, these proteins control daily rhythms. Humans, for example, have two cryptochromes – CRY1 and CRY2 – which help to control our body clocks. But Lauren Foley from the University of Massachusetts Medical School has found that CRY2 can double as a magnetic sensor.
Neurobiologist Lauren Foley, in her research paper, notes that flies without the cryptochrome gene completely lose the ability to find their next meal. However, when researchers injected these flies with human CRY2, they discovered the flies were able to sense magnetic fields. Steven Reppert, who the led study, also notes that CRY2 is heavily active in the human retina, claiming that “It’s beautifully poised to sense light but we don’t know if it has the downstream pathways that communicate magnetic information to the brain. The possibility exists.” The possibility exists that zombies could develop the cryptochrome naturally found in their eyes to sense electromagnetic fields produced by our brains; especially during times of significant stress, anger, and anxiety. This discovery suggests that zombies may not simply be rotting corpses, but rather gain significant advantages as the result of their deadly infection. For more information please read the original research papers “Human cryptochrome exhibits light-dependent magnetosensitivity” available via Nature Communications, and “Response preparation and inhibition: The role of the cortical sensorimotor beta rhythm” as publishedby The National Center for Biotechnology Information. Both articles are incredibly informative!
How could you become zombified? Easy! Cryptochromes (from the Greek κρυπτός χρώμα, "hidden colour" are a class of flavoproteins that are sensitive to blue light. They are found in plants and animals. Cryptochromes are involved in your circadian rhythms, and possibly also in the sensing of the magnetic fields in a number of species. Your computer and mobile device emit blue light. Not only that, but it is my hypothesis that the world has been saturated, or light modulated, to change the colors we see or perceive. For instance, I grew up on the beach in Del Mar, California and Red Tide used to luminescence green but today it luminescence blue.
These hidden colors change our brainwaves internal and also what projects out from our body.
How Serious a Threat are Zombie's?
Image: Check your knowledge of the Walking Dead Zombies with today's GoFigure infographic. Credit: Ross Toro, Livescience contributor
As I covered inCerebral Auto-Cannibalismthe DOD and military take Zombies very seriously with their CONPLAN 8888. CONPLAN 8888, first uncovered by Foreign Policy magazine. Zombies qualify as neither human nor animal life, the report notes. Thus, the military is free to counterattack without concern for U.S. and international laws that regulate treatment of opposing forces.
There are eight classes of Zombies and most of these are extremely dangerous. My Top 4 concerns are:
Evil Magic Zombies,
Lastly, the Simbiant-Induced Zombies due to the promised released of the Synths.
Who else besides the military is taking the Zombies seriously?
Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting
The CDC uses Zombies as a training tool for preparedness
Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting
Arizona State University is gearing up for the first annualZombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting this week, and they have recently released an official itinerary featuring a number of amazing panels, zombie workshops, and speakers. Let it be noted that Arizona is beginning to take the lead on some interdimensional enterprises.
The event kicks off October 18th, 2018 with a discussion on creativity, perhaps the most important survival skill for the zombie apocalypse! This is just the tip of the iceberg, because ZAMM promises to be the ultimate conference for zombie science, survival, and culture. Just take a look at the schedule:
Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting Arizona State University | October 18-21, 2018
Disaster and Bugout Medicine Workshop • Escape to the Grand Canyon: Zombie Apocalypse Bug-out and Disaster Medicine Workshop
Invited Sessions Session | chairs • Does culture have a mind of its own? • Zombie robots and autonomous vehicles: Who’s responsible? • The psychology of zombies • Cellular agents of zombification • Leaders and followers in the zombie apocalypse • Proper care and feeding in the zombie apocalypse • Zombie apocalypse risk management and disaster response • Zombification strategies and countermeasures
Ethics in the zombie apocalypse • Haunted science: Frankenstein, zombies and our obsession with the monstrous • Fifty years of the Walking Dead Zombies in film and popular culture | • Zombie education for the apocalypse and other disasters • Zombie soldiers, brain injury and PTSD in the armed services • Playing with zombies: SimZombie for the classroom
The rap guide to consciousness (and zombies) • Max Brooks | Author of the Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z • Barbara Natterson-Horowitz | UCLA & Harvard University Issues in adolescent zombie medicine: Managing risk taking, substance use and pregnancy prevention in the teenage Walking Dead Zombies • Kelly Weinersmith | Rice University Welcome to Zombieland: Real tales of parasites manipulating host behavior • Arts and Performances: A frightening film series | Performance by Jillian McDonald | The life cycle of toxoplasma gondii by Rachel Mayeri | Ceramic Exhibition by Mario Munguia | A mock trial by Broadcast Thought and ASU Theater Department
Is your mom a zombie? The evolutionary implications of fetal microchimerism
The evolutionary psychology of zombies: Better to be dead or Walking Dead Zombies?
Emergency management and response for the zombie apocalypse
They all want your brainz: Zombification and manipulation
Making microbes into movies: Science communication for the zombie apocalypse
Kansas Division of Emergency Management employing their own zombie preparedness campaign on Facebook earlier this month. Photo Credit: Kansas Division of Emergency Management & Agencies
Sadly, it is true my friends, the Walking Dead do play a role in emergency management from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to Homeland Security (DHS), to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These agencies want to exploit the forbidden biblical practice of communication with the dead by using communication with them or by them to teach you how to survive emergencies or disasters. This is a sad commentary indeed. Manifestation of the Walking Dead began to pop up in the most unusual places:
FEMA's Zombie Exercises
CDC Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse
Governor Proclamations: October “Zombie Preparedness Month.”
February of 2017, the state House of Illinois passed House Resolution 0030 declaring October “Zombie Preparedness Month.”
The good news is that a study on this forbidden practice, while extremely popular in bringing unprecedented traffic to the governmental sites, failed to evoke intended behavior modification. Exploiting our dark and blood thirsty side of nature was considered a dismal failure in getting us ready for an emergency. Please note that I changed many governmental references that say the Undead to Walking Dead.
While it may be the position of governmental and society to promote the Undead as Living, these are creatures in whom there is no Spirit or soul. I clearly understand that we live in a day when the dead will inhabit both biological and non-biological garments (as the Bible describes our body), but I refuse to advertise this fact or condone communication with the dead.
Love from Jesus Prevents Zombification
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To prevent zombification and to heal zombies (aside from deliverance), the healer needs to be heart-centered and filled with unconditional love and there is only one person with these attributes, and that is Jesus.
Love is a real, energetic force, not merely a catalyst for action, transformation, and healing. Researchers have discovered a fascinating phenomena that confirms the concept that love is a real healing energy with measurable physiological effects down to the DNA level (possibly smaller).
It was found that individuals with just some of the attributes of love, compassion, and caring and who prayed in that state generated greater coherence in their electrocardiogram pattern than those simply at rest or discordant emotion.
During the moments of love's presence, spectral analysis of the electrocardiogram revealed a surprising ordered, cascading pattern of frequency harmonics. The heart rhythms associated with love were characterized by smooth, sinus-wave-like pattern. The peak frequency activities in this wave were separated by regular intervals. Interestingly, the frequency peaks of this almost musical waveform separated a proportionality that were evenly factored, identical to pi, the so-called Golden-Mean Ratio of mathematics and architecture. Dan Winter, a fellow researcher, characterized the heart rhythm pattern associated with love as one of resonant coherence.
Electrocardiograms were highly ordered and coherent when participants left the energy and presence of unconditional love and gravitated to chaotic when in the presence on conditional love. Those who had discordant emotions or were not similarly focused in intent and loving did not produce the same coherent heart frequency as those who held feelings of love and compassion in their heart center.
It is possible that this pattern of increased coherence may influence other electrical body rhythms, such as those of brain waves. Could there be a link between the heart and brain-wave rhythms during moments of love and compassion? Researchers at the Institute of HeartMath are convinced that during times of focused inner love and peace, the heart sends out coherent energy patterns to the rest of the body. Rein found this pattern of increased heart coherence in 'Loving prayers" is accompanied by increased salivary IgA, indicating enhanced immune function. A new disciple is being formed in medicine in response called cardioneuroimmunology. Not only can this impact your body but the coherent energy produced has the potential to influence distant events, such as praying for someone somewhere else in the world. Vibrational Medicine, Richard Gerber, M.D.
This heart-rhythm coherence also has the power to wind and unwind patterns in DNA. So powerful is this heart-rhythm coherence, that you can change DNA in the room with another person or around the world, reflecting the biblical passage:
Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away. Behold, the new has come! 2 Corinthians 5:17
Those with a less coherent heart pattern tended to be unable to produce this intentional psychokinetic effect of DNA winding.
Another fascinating revelation is that even with non-contact healing, the rhythms of patient breathing, heart activity, and brain-wave patterns gradually become similar to the healer. We see this concept in the passage:
Do not be too quick in the laying on of hands and thereby share in the sins of others. Keep yourself pure. I Timothy 5:22
During the time of subtle-energy linkage between healer and patient, there is a strong focus of brain-wave activity at about 7.8 Hz. That is the brain-wave patterns of both the healer and patient both show a dominant frequency activity at 7.8 Hz, which is the alpha-theta interface and the Schumann's resonance of Earth's magnetic field. Vibrational Medicine, Richard Gerber, M.D.
As the days go by, this knowledge will be exploited. Take preventative care and begin to turn more and more unto Jesus for your healing.
Much more could be said but it appears that God, in His infinite wisdom, cradles all life and living cells with His nurturing and orienting magnetic environment of love and compassion. We naturally gravitate to the love and compassion of Jesus even when we do know Him. And that my friends, is Good News!
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Celeste grew up in a military & governmental home with her father working for the Naval Warfare Center, and later as Assistant Director for Public Lands and Natural Resources, in both Washington State and California.
Celeste also has training and expertise in small agricultural lobbying, Integrative/Functional Medicine, asymmetrical and symmetrical warfare, and Organic Farming.
I am inviting you to become a Shepherds Heart Patron and Partner.
My passions are:
A life of faith (emunah)
Please consider supporting the products that I make and endorse for a healthy life just for you! Or, for as little as $1 a month, you can support the work that God has called me to do while caring for the widow. This is your opportunity to get to know me better, stay in touch, and show your support. More about Celeste
We live in a day and age that it is critical to be:
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Supports Christian families
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National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University’s Earth Institute. 2016. “Children in Disasters: Do Americans Feel Prepared? A National Survey.” National Center on Disaster Preparedness Research Briefs.https://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:194073