And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened. Matthew 24:22
Genetic assassins are living among us today. They say reality is stranger than fiction, and much darker. Science is beguiled with ancient genetic technologies, forbidden knowledge, which is creating an unholy union or marrying ancient technology with the memories of the Watcher's who passed their hybrid genetic memories (mind, body and spirits) from the rephaim and giants of old into the bloodlines of mankind. Just as it was in the days of Noah. This is a suicide mission which seeks to exterminate the God and His Divine Image from mankind before a fiery cataclysm.
But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Matthew 24:37
Memories are our constant traveling companions oftentimes evoking strong emotions which seem to come out of thin air. Our memories can either be cherished, painful, and manipulated. These memories are imprinted onto your code and then transferred down the generations.
Scientists and researchers are in a frenzy plumb the depths of ancient memory to animate ancient genetic materials and prepare mankind to be a host for demonic spirits which were and are being released through various gateways and portals. This genetic memory of the rephaim and giants resides in pockets of the collective memory of mankind. There is evidence within archeology and genetics that latent tainted blood from the consorting of the sons of God and the daughters of men producing offspring who became mighty men which were of old, men of renown, resumed post-Flood. The Bible tells us of Og and Sihon.
Real World Scenarios
It is a horrific thought, the possibility of having tainted rephaim blood coursing through your veins dispensing activated genetic-memory causing untold physical, mental, and spiritual anguish, then detonating with a crescendo, as your body cascades into self destruction. And then there are the practical matters of this genetic intrigue.
Scientists have 'discovered' new forms of DNA inside living human cells known as the “i-motif” is a programmable folding typology for a pH switch. Its form resembles a twisted “knot” of DNA. If you have ever looked at an overview of biblical genealogies when the people are right with God the genealogy is straight as an arrow, however when the people sin their family tree looks like a rolled up ball of yarn or DNA.
Could the police replay murder victims' memories after they die? If you live in a real or virtual world could you one day be charged with crimes from your memory, much as DNA is used today?
Your future may include a black memory box that insurance companies, your employee, husband or wife, agency compliance, or even demonic entity seeking a suitable residence could have instant access to your every thought and memory. This idea was explored in the Black Mirror episode, Crocodile.
Meanwhile scientists are attempting to access your memories even after your death. “It's very nuanced – we can separate out a wide variety of different experiences,” Dr Citri told New Scientist.
“Each memory that's being encoded has a unique input in the brain in terms of the genes switched on to encode it.” Your memories leave clear and unique signatures not only in your brain but other parts of your body that are memory repositories.
What about simple things such as Digital Dementia? When you rely on devices to think for you your brain atrophies, despite the glitzy promises to the contrary. What about devices where you could deliberately erase certain memories? Each thing you learn good or bad helps you to survive. If you erased a critical piece of knowledge you could be at a severe disadvantage. Consider DARPA's Restoring Active Memory (RAM) The RAM program aims to develop and test a wireless, fully implantable neural-interface medical device for human clinical use. Would you receive you memories or something else?
Gate of Memory Reflection
Memory and forgetting are blessings from God. Before we enter into the darker side of manipulated memory let us take a look at the blessing so that we might contrast it with how our memories are being exploited.
Wisdom dictates that we consider the faculties of the soul and their place among the advantages bestowed on man: the faculties of thought, memory, forgetting, shame, reason, and speech. Just think of what condition a man would be if he lacked one of these qualities.
Take memory, for instance. What losses a man would suffer in all of his affairs if he were unable to remember what he owned and what he owed; what he had taken and what he had been given; what he had see and what he had heard; what he had said and what had been said to him. He would not remember who had done him a favor or who had done harm to him; who had helped him and who had injured him. Furthermore, he would not know the way to go, though he had traveled that way many a time. He would not remember a science, though he had studied it all of his life. Experience would not help him; he would not be able to evaluate things in light of what had passed, nor anticipate the future based upon the past… A person who loses his mind loses all human virtues, as well as reward and punishment. He would, in essence, be stripped of his humanity. Duties of the Heart
Among the benefits conferred on a man by his intellect are the following: both sensual and intellectual. Through his intellect he apprehends aspect of visible things which evades his physical senses, such as the movement of the shadow, and the effect of a single drop of water on a solid rock. Through the intellect he distinguishes between truth and falsehood, the flawless and the flawed, good and evil, the commendable and the contemptible, and between the necessary and the impossible. Through the intellect man puts other living creatures to work for his advantage and benefit; recognizes the positions of the stars, their distances and orbits; understands the relations and analogies of geometry, the methods of argument, used in science of logic, and other sciences and arts, which are to numerous to mention. Duties of the Heart
In the hand of God, forgetting has its purposes. Were it not for the ability to forget, a person would never be free from melancholy, and no joyous occasion would dispel his sadness. Events that should delight him would bring him no happiness if he always remembered his misfortunes. He would have no hope for a respite from an enemy and would be unable to quit worrying about the clutches of the enemy. Observe how man has been endowed with two very different, opposite qualities-memory and forgetfulness-each of which offers him various benefits (in the hand of God). Duties of the Heart
We tend to think of ourselves as being born with a magnificent and intricate piece of organic hardware we call the brain, along with a massive but blank memory drive. What we become, it is commonly believed, is an accumulation and culmination of our continuous learning and life experiences, which are added one by one to memory.
Your memory begins in your hippocampus. The hippocampus is an organ in your brain that gathers important information from all over your body and consolidates it into memory. You have long term and short term memory. There is also salient memory which is the brain’s priority system for labeling for information.
There is an organ the amygdala next to the hippocampus that is responsible for the emotional stimulus to your memory.
There are the mysterious cases of organ donor recipients who receive non-brain tissue, and yet take on characteristics of the donor. These stories are intriguing and are evidence of memory embedded in our very organs, or body memory.
There are memories from even the most subtle event in our life that are stored in our cells. In the words of one National Institute of Health (NIH) study:
"Using nature’s wisdom and previously designed memory modules can provide bioengineering insight to supplement our movement toward devices capable of producing significant cellular memories that can last a lifetime."
One of the focus's of today's scientific research is to overcome out cell's natural memory in which our cells see a synthetic memory and attack's it, called reprogramming-resistance memory (RRM). Thus scientists are creating a switch-promoting memory (SPM) and a culture-induced memory (CIM). The cellular memory arises genetically and epi-genetically.
In the near future you may have access to all your real memories, fictitious memories, or adapt your genetics to suit the moment as seen in this Black Mirror Episode, The Entire History of You. While you may be able to DIY genetics everyone else will have access to your genome to plug and play with it as they wish under the democratization of these types of technologies.
In biology, memory occurs if the state of a biological system depends on its past history in addition to the present conditions. If this memory is recorded in genetic material and inheritance is established through cell division (mitosis or meiosis), it is considered genetic memory. In population genetic memory represents the recorded history of adaptive changes in a species.
Genetic memory is a study of processes in biology and psychology by which the genetic material confers a memory of the history of an individual or a species. It can refer to the genetic code of DNA, epigenetic changes of the genetic material or the inheritance of instincts.
The genetic/biological predisposition: That which is in biological memory. The genetic aspect is what is establishes the DNA plane.
The environmental determinant: Those characteristics in the case of a biophysical determinant, could detonate a condition.
Genetic Memory and Nurture
There is an old debate started by the Greeks about what aspects of personality one inherits and what aspects one learns. In sum, the biological is predisposing, the environment is determinant.
Genetic Memory can be hard mutations cause our allele's to corrupt such as exposure to radiation. Genetic mutation that people fear most. This is known as genotype
But there is another insidious memory that is persistent and pervasive today. and that is epigenetics. The concept of epigenetics has been around since the 1700's but it was not until 1990 that it manifested and became integrated in the world. Epigenetics is the study of heritable changes in gene function that do not involve changes in the DNA sequence. Epigenetics interestingly comes from the Greek prefix epi- (ἐπι- "over, outside of, around") in epigenetics implies features that are "on top of" or "in addition to" or extra growth the traditional genetic basis for inheritance. Due to environmental factors we may express genes differently. This is known as phenotype or our physical and observable traits. We may carry a gene that predisposes us to being fat but we may not be fat due to our environmental factors and lifestyle.
Deeply rooted in your physical stature is the capability of storing memories along with the brain, called body memory. I have a dear friend who is a double amputee who at times "feels" her legs and feet. Despite her circumstances she has billows of joy and uses her situation to spread humor to others, such as, asking them to scratch her foot.
Body memories are thought to be emotional, kinesthetic, or chemical recordings stored at the cellular level and retrievable by returning to or recreating the chemical, emotional, or kinesthetic conditions under which the memory recordings are filed. Nested within body memory can be stored cellular memory.
Body memory is used to explain phenomena such as phantom pain in a person who has had amputation or a repressed memory such as Mike the Chicken who was decapitated and yet lived 18 months of full chicken life simply from his past memories and behaviors.
Worms cut up to 1/279th their size can be regrown in several weeks and is trained to search out food. Each time they are decapitated it takes less time to train the worm suggesting a memory of sorts or a sign of epigenetics showing the appearance of a memory. In fact, currently the military and certain agencies are exploring regeneration of body parts.
Taken to its extreme, our epigenetic code, could represent the total state of the cell, with the position of each molecule accounted for in an epigenomic map, a diagrammatic representation of the gene expression, DNA methylation and histone modification status of a particular genomic region.
Within the study of epigenetics the whole conversation of predetermination comes into play.
Please make a mental note that DNA methylation as well as contemporary DNA methyltransferases has been thought to evolve from early world primitive RNA methylation activity and is supported by several lines of evidence of genetic changes that modify the activation of certain genes, but not the genetic code sequence of DNA. I having been seeing evidence that all of genomes have been tampered with especially the methylation cycle. If are symptomatic of just about anything it involves methionine.
These epigenetic changes can be transmitted to the organism's offspring through a process called transgenerational epigenetic inheritance. . Moreover, if gene inactivation occurs in a sperm or egg cell that results in fertilization, this epigenetic modification may also be transferred to the next generation.
DNA damage can also cause epigenetic changes. DNA damage is very frequent, occurring on average about 60,000 times a day per cell of the human body. These damages are largely repaired, but at the site of a DNA repair, epigenetic changes can remain. In particular, a double strand break in DNA can initiate unprogrammed epigenetic gene silencing both by causing DNA methylation as well as by promoting silencing types of histone modifications
Chemicals such as benzene, hydroquinone, styrene, carbon tetrachloride and trichloroethylene, can damage our DNA.
Foods are known to alter the epigenetics of rats on different diets. Some food components epigenetically increase the levels of DNA repair enzymes
Other food components can reduce DNA damage A decrease in oxidative DNA damage was also observed 2 h after consumption of anthocyanin-rich foods can help.
We have had a lull in the news on prions since the BSE and Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease, but just this week prions are back in the news with Mad Camel Disease. Prion disease is always progressive and fatal. It is believed to be infectious. Proteins fold into discrete units that perform distinct cellular functions as a prion.
Implicated in Prion Disease is the Tau Protein. Tau in the Bible is The End, and to some Resurrection. Today most words have Dual Use meanings. In biology it can mean:
- Freerunning animal kept in constant light or darkness.
- Dose in pharmacology
- Protein microtubule in neurodegenerative disease and memory erasing.
Controversial results from one study suggested that traumatic experiences might produce an epigenetic signal that is capable of being passed to future generations.Your emotions can be passed on to your children's children.
When your ancestor goes through a period of excessive stress, the trauma can be added to your genome. An extra layer of information is placed on top of your DNA sequences. The DNA sequence itself doesn’t change, but its garments and actions are altered. The microstructure of DNA itself or the associated chromatin proteins may be modified, causing activation or silencing
The April 6, 2013 issue of Science News published a multi-page feature titled, “From Great Grandmother to You,” with the subhead which reads, “Epigenetic changes reach down through the generations.” A few excerpts follow:
When these changes are inherited, scientists have found, the implications can be staggering. Part of your risk of disease may be determined by what your great-grandparents ate, not just the genes they passed on.
Investigating how those marks travel to future generations is a new twist in the field of epigenetics. Originally, epigenetics researchers focused on the developmental processes that allow individual cells to specialize despite the fact that all the cells have the same DNA. It turned out that chemical tags that get stuck to DNA or to the proteins around which DNA is wound can influence gene activity without altering the genes themselves.
Until fairly recently, scientists have thought that every new generation starts with its own freshly printed genome, devoid of epigenetic embellishments. That’s because shortly after fertilization, vestiges of epigenetic tags hanging from the DNA of eggs and sperm are wiped away, leaving a clean slate. New marks are made as the embryo develops, and over the course of a lifetime some can change. But then scientists began to document cases in which inheritance of a particular trait did not follow the usual rules of genetics, hinting that at least some epigenetic marks may be carried on to new generations. Godsaidmansaid
Gene expression can be controlled through the action of repressor proteins that attach to the silencer regions of the DNA. Epigenetic changes can be passed on to subsequent generations, although they may express differently, even though they do not involve changes in the underlying DNA.
Adding to the complexity of our genome and gene expression are some twists and turns. One of these is our cell fate determination which includes dynamics of the attractor convergence and the cycle is the strange attractor or oscillatory. In essence it is the Butterfly Effect which states that if a butterfly flaps its wings in America the ripples can be felt in China. The same is true in our body. One atom or molecule can express creating a domino effect throughout our bodies. Describing the attractors of chaotic dynamical systems has been one of the achievements of chaos theory. The Strange Attractor may be scalar.
If the evolving variable is two- or three-dimensional, the attractor of the dynamic process can be represented geometrically in two or three dimensions. The formula can present as a point, curve, manifold, fractal which is the Strange Attractor.
Embedded within this formula is a 3-D representation of Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis, the basic triad of three dimensional space, also known as the Hegelian dialectic. Thesis and antithesis represents two opposite directions in a one dimensional line. Together with synthesis, they yield three elements. These elements can be permuted in six different ways, they still have a three-dimensional space having six directions.
A Family Affair: Transgenerational Sin
Researchers have demonstrated that ancestral generic memories can be passed on for 14 generations. Just as our likeness, personality, and intelligence is passed through generations, so too, is sin.
Long before transgenerational scientific studies God had some instruction on generational memory, or, as some call it a generational curse:
Thou shalt not bow down thyself unto them, nor serve them; for I, the Lord thy God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me, Deuteronomy 5:9
Keeping mercy for thousands (generations), forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, and that will by no means clear the guilty; visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children's children, unto the third and to the fourth generation.Exodus 34:7
It is true, each man is responsible for his own sin. Jeremiah 31:30 But only as he or she does not engage in that sin and actually protests against that generational sin.
The good news is that God puts an end to evil by the 3rd or 4th generation of those who hate Him. That does not mean that we do not latent tainted genetic tendencies in our genome We must not engage in these generational sins, resist those predispositions, and actively protest against whatever is not in alignment with the will of God, contained in the whole counsel of God.
The findings provide evidence of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance that the environment can affect an individual's genetics, which can in turn be passed on.
One of the researchers Dr Brian Dias told the BBC: "This might be one mechanism that descendants show imprints of their ancestor.
"There is absolutely no doubt that what happens to the sperm and egg will affect subsequent generations."
"It is high time public health researchers took human transgenerational responses seriously," said Dias.
"I suspect we will not understand the rise in neuropsychiatric disorders or obesity, diabetes and metabolic disruptions generally without taking a multigenerational approach."
Whether it is called genetic, ancestral or racial memory, intuition or congenital gifts, the concept of a genetic transmission of sophisticated knowledge beyond instincts, is necessary to explain how prodigious savants can know things they never learned.
Monarch butterflies make a 2,500 mile journey from Canada to Mexico. The journey takes three generations. Without GPS how do they know where to go if they do not have embedded in the genome the flight pattern? Could it be that we humans also have complex inherited skills and knowledge from the ancient past?
This is a very creepy thought, if genetic memory can be transmitted to our children and grandchildren what is happening now that we are being genetically modified by many creatures DNA and RNA what genome are we passing on to our offspring? Insect, animal, cellular?
The authors of a new Science paper describe it more precisely as “transgenerational transmission of environmental information.” It has already been seen in humans – Holocaust survivors’ descendants, for example, have lower levels of the stress-hormone cortisol in their blood, which means they’re more vulnerable to stress and fear.
DNA Kill Switches
Researchers have created an array of switches in biological systems including humans and animals. It is now possible to induce morbidity (sickness), symptoms and syndromes, and death using chemicals, frequencies, and drug switches. They have the power and are using it right now to turn your genes on and off at will and these genes will then be inheritable to your children and grandchildren. Basically, in the vernacular, they are playing our genes like a fiddle.
Researchers at a Tel Aviv University (TAU) (once again we see TAU) are exploring if it is possible through environmental factors to turn our epigenetic switches on and off and whether that switching gets passed on through generations.They developed a model dubbed Modified Transgenerational Epigenetic Kinetics (MOTEK) to locate epigenetic transmission on and off. Switching on/off are based on the feedback interaction between RNAs (which are inherited) and the MOTEK genes that are necessary to producing and transmitting the RNA through each generation.
A new study found that DNA transmits information of experiences of fear and stress from generation to generation. Researchers at Emory Medical University in Atlanta trained mice to be afraid of the smell of a blossoming cherry tree using electrical shocks preventing them from breeding during that training period. Once they grew up, their offspring showed the same fear responses to cherry blossom, very different reactions to other types of odors and all of this without having experienced them previously. Next generations showed the same behavior. This behavior was maintained even in cases of offspring through artificial insemination. It was discovered that structural changes and chemical changes known as epigenetic methylation occurred in the mice.
Genetic Memory and Reincarnation
If you dive into the pool of genetic memory it is good to be aware of the reincarnation hypothesis. While I do not ascribe to reincarnation in the traditional sense, I do believe that there is, and will be animation of disembodied spirits seeking a habitation. The evolutionists bringing the animation to pass do believe in reincarnation. They believe you have many lives and that you pool together your collective memory from countless generations and memories of your group also.
Deleterious Genetic Drift
Genetic drift is the change in the frequency of an existing gene allele in a population. The alleles in the offspring which you receive from your mother and father, and chance, has a role in determining whether a given individual survives and reproduces. Genetic drift may cause gene variants to disappear completely and thereby reduce genetic variation.
When there are few copies of an allele, the effect of genetic drift is larger, and when there are many copies the effect is smaller. This often happens with inbred families. Some believe genetic change spreads across a population are caused by genetic drift acting on neutral mutations.
Epigenetic drift is the term given to epigenetic modifications as they occur as a direct function with age. While age is a known risk factor for many diseases, age-related methylation has been found to occur along specific sites along the genome. Viewed over time, this can result in measurable differences between biological and chronological age.
Ancient DNA search sets off a “bone rush”
One last sobering thought. As our memories are genome are being exploited for reasons other than beneficence, knowing that the life on earth could be annihilated through grandiose plans they have been building the modern day Noah's Ark to save all the genetic material from complex life on earth. So far this project has collected 1.5 million species although their are other arks also collecting genetic materials. Just as in the days of Noah...
It should be quite evident that your body memory, organ, and cellular memory are under siege in a coup d'état for your soul. This is an epidemic that you are not going to be able to hide from for no bunker will save you.
There is a protection that you can secure today that will protect you each moment of your life and into eternity. When you accept Jesus Christ, He makes you are creation, and you are no longer under the corruption and tampering of ancestral lines by your genuine conversion. Jesus Christ victoriously defeated the sting of genetic death. If you do not already have Jesus as your protection, today would be a great day to obtain everlasting security.
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