Researchers May Have Finally Decoded The Ancient Knowledge of Changing The Human DNA

One of the central tenets of the ancient astronaut idea is that ancient entities may have tampered with the DNA of humans and other lifeforms.

Numerous ancient engravings appear to depict the DNA double helix design, prompting researchers to speculate: What if extraterrestrial creatures aided human evolution? Perhaps they even created hybrids with their own DNA?

Another notion is that ancient cultures were aware of a Third Eye in the brain’s pituitary gland. The pine cone-shaped gland appears to be associated with strange organisms that appear to be modifying the Tree of Life. Some people believe the tree represents DNA and human vertebrae.

Many questions remain unsolved. What is the connection between the Third Eye and DNA? Did these prehistoric animals have the sophisticated knowledge of how to change the DNA structure with higher consciousness? To be sure, that appears absurd. However, other scientists now appear to be reaching similar conclusions.

Before digging into these relatively new discoveries, remember that very little is known for definite about the vast majority of DNA. They discovered an entirely new odd twisted kind of DNA, the i-motif, a four-stranded knot of genetic code, in 2018.

The enigmatic DNA

At the same time, scientists announced their findings on dark matter’s DNA, which consists of mysterious sequences that are almost identical in all vertebrates, including humans, mice, and chickens. The Dark DNA is thought to be fundamental to life, but scientists have no idea how it works or how it developed and evolved in the ancient past. In actuality, we have no clue what 98 percent of our DNA does, but we are progressively discovering that it is not “junk” after all.

Scientists still don’t know much about our genetic DNA, and they don’t know what generates awareness. Several studies tend to demonstrate that intracellular, environmental, and energetic variables may all modify DNA at the same time. The study of how influences other than our genetic code modify who and what we are is the focus of the discipline of epigenetics.

Some research suggests that our goals, ideas, and emotions might alter our DNA. Maintaining positive thinking and effectively dealing with stress can aid in the preservation of our mental well-being as well as our genetic DNA.

In contrast, a study of 11,500 women in the United Kingdom at high risk of depression revealed that mitochondrial DNA and telomere length were changed.

The most notable discovery, according to Science Alert, was that women with stress-related melancholy or unhappiness connected with childhood trauma such as sexual abuse had more mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) than their peers. Mitochondria are the ‘powerhouse organelles’ within cells that release energy from meals to the rest of the cell, and an increase in mitochondrial DNA led the researchers to believe that their cells’ energy requirements had changed as a result of stress.

These changes in DNA structure appear to accelerate the aging process. The researchers revealed that women suffering from stress-related depression had shorter telomeres than healthy women after analyzing their data. Telomeres are the caps at the ends of our chromosomes that shorten naturally as we age, and the researchers wondered if stress had hastened this process.

Another study shows that meditation and yoga might help with telomere preservation. Some scientists believe that our DNA is ultimately related to our higher spiritual self. According to ancient astronaut ideas, we are already nearing the ancients’ level of cognition. If this sounds unusual to you, you might not want to continue since things are about to become much stranger.

Is it possible to have ghost DNA?

Vladimir Poponin, a Russian quantum physicist, released a mind-boggling study titled “The DNA Phantom Effect” in 1995. According to that study, a series of experiments revealed that human DNA had a direct impact on the physical world via what they said was a new field of energy connecting the two. When photons of light were present in the presence of live DNA, they organized themselves differently, according to the researchers.

The DNA had a direct influence on the photons as if sculpting them into regular patterns with an unknown power. This is crucial since orthodox physics does not allow for such a result. Nonetheless, DNA, the substance that makes people up, was observed and documented to have a direct effect on the quantum stuff that makes up our universe in this controlled setting.

In another experiment undertaken by the US Army in 1993, DNA samples were tested to see how they reacted to emotions from human donors. While the donors were watching movies in another room, the DNA samples were being examined. To put it another way, the individual’s emotions had an influence on the DNA regardless of how far away the person was from the DNA sample. It seems to be a case of quantum entanglement.

When the donor went through emotional “peaks” and “dips,” his cells and DNA had a significant electrical reaction at the same time. Despite the fact that the donor was isolated from his own DNA sample for hundreds of feet, the DNA reacted as if it were still physically related to his body. Why one could ask? What may be the cause of this unusual synchronization between the donor and his isolated DNA sample?

To make matters even worse, despite being 350 kilometers distant, a person’s DNA sample nonetheless replied at the same moment. It appears that the two were linked by an unknown field of energy — energy that has yet to be properly scientifically described.

When the donor experienced an emotional experience, the DNA in the sample reacted as if it was still linked to the donor’s body in some manner. According to Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, a colleague of Cleve Backster’s, “there is no area where one’s body genuinely terminates and no place where it begins.”

A third experiment from HeartMath in 1995 demonstrates that people’s emotions may influence the structure of DNA in the same way. Glen Rein and Rollin McCraty observed that participants’ DNA varied depending on what they were thinking about.

According to one of the researchers, these investigations revealed that different intentions had different effects on the DNA molecule, causing it to wind or unwind. Clearly, the implications go beyond what conventional scientific theory has permitted up until this time.

These investigations from many years ago suggest that we are related to our DNA and that the vibrations of photons of light surrounding us are influenced by our DNA in some unfathomable way.

Many people will find these ideas unusual, yet the reality is frequently stranger than fiction. Similarly, reputable scientists and skeptics have long disregarded the questions of ancient astronaut theorists as ludicrous. According to Scientific American, the ancient extraterrestrial idea is founded on a logical fallacy known as “argumentum ad ignorantiam,” or “argument from ignorance.”

The vicious logic goes like this: if there is no appropriate terrestrial explanation for, say, the Peruvian Nazca Lines, Easter Island statues, or Egyptian pyramids, then the notion that they were built by aliens from space must be correct.

The fact is that we don’t know how people developed into their current form. We’re all still hunting for answers, but the truth may be more shocking than any of us could have anticipated. We’ll never know until we keep an open mind, which may be the key to unlocking answers hidden deep inside the ancient code known as DNA.

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