The DNA double helix pattern appears in a number of ancient carvings, causing academics to speculate: What if alien beings supported human evolution? Maybe they even made hybrids from their own DNA?
Another theory is that ancient societies knew about a Third Eye in the pituitary gland of the brain. The weird critters that seem to be changing the Tree of Life appear to be linked to the pine cone-shaped gland. Some interpret the tree to be a representation of DNA and human vertebrae.
Many questions are still unanswered. What is the relationship between DNA and the Third Eye? Did these archaic creatures have a comprehensive understanding of how to alter DNA structure with greater consciousness? That, to be sure, seems ludicrous. Other scientists, on the other hand, seem to be coming to the same conclusion.
Before diving into these relatively recent findings, keep in mind that the overwhelming bulk of DNA is still unknown. In 2018, they found a completely new kind of twisted DNA called the i-motif, which is a four-stranded knot of genetic code.
DNA is a mysterious substance.
At the same time, researchers revealed their discoveries on dark matter’s DNA, which is made up of unexplained sequences that are almost similar in all vertebrates, including humans, mice, and chickens. Scientists have no understanding how Dark DNA works or how it arose and evolved in the distant past, despite the fact that it is regarded to be essential to life. In reality, we have no idea what 98 percent of our DNA accomplishes, but we are gradually learning that it is not “junk.”
Scientists still don’t understand much about our genetic DNA, and they have no idea what causes consciousness. Several investigations have shown that intracellular, environmental, and energetic factors all have the potential to change DNA at the same time. Epigenetics is the study of how factors other than our genetic code shape who and what we are.
According to some study, our aspirations, thoughts, and emotions may affect our DNA. Maintaining a good mindset and properly managing stress may help us maintain our mental health as well as our genetic DNA.
In contrast, mitochondrial DNA and telomere length were shown to be altered in a study of 11,500 women in the United Kingdom who were at high risk of depression.
According to Science Alert, the most significant finding was that women suffering from stress-related sadness or unhappiness linked to childhood trauma such as sexual abuse had more mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) than their counterparts. Mitochondria are cellular organelles that release energy from food to the rest of the cell, and an increase in mitochondrial DNA prompted the researchers to conclude that their cells’ energy needs had altered as a consequence of stress.
The aging process seems to be accelerated by these alterations in DNA structure. After reviewing their data, the researchers discovered that women suffering from stress-related depression had shorter telomeres than healthy women. Telomeres are the caps at the ends of our chromosomes that normally shrink as we get older, and the researchers questioned whether stress had accelerated this process.
Another research suggests that telomere maintenance may be aided by meditation and yoga. Our DNA, according to some scientists, is ultimately linked to our higher spiritual self. According to old astronaut theories, we are now approaching the level of intellect of the ancients. If this seems weird to you, you may not want to keep reading since things are about to become much crazier.
Is there such a thing as ghost DNA?
In 1995, Russian quantum physicist Vladimir Poponin published “The DNA Phantom Effect,” a mind-boggling discovery. A series of studies indicated, according to that research, that human DNA has a direct influence on the physical world through a new field of energy linking the two. According to the researchers, when photons of light were present in the presence of living DNA, they structured themselves differently.
The photons were sculpted into regular patterns by the DNA, as though sculpted by an unseen force. This is critical since conventional physics does not permit such an outcome. Nonetheless, in this controlled situation, DNA, the material that makes individuals up, was seen and confirmed to have a direct influence on the quantum stuff that makes up our cosmos.
DNA samples were analyzed to see how they responded to emotions from human donors in another experiment conducted by the US Army in 1993. The DNA samples were being tested while the donors were watching movies in another room. To put it another way, regardless of how far away the person was from the DNA sample, the individual’s emotions had an impact on the DNA. Quantum entanglement seems to be the case.
When the donor’s cells and DNA experienced emotional “peaks” and “dips,” they both produced a substantial electrical response. Despite being separated from his own DNA sample for hundreds of feet, the DNA behaved as if it were still physically connected to the donor’s body. Why, one would wonder. What may be the reason of the donor’s and his isolated DNA sample’s unique synchronization?
To make things worse, even if a person’s DNA sample was 350 kilometers away, it nonetheless responded at the same time. It seems that they were connected by an unidentified field of energy, which has yet to be formally explained.
The DNA in the sample behaved as though it was still tied to the donor’s body in some way when the donor had an emotional experience. “There is no spot where one’s body actually finishes and no point where it starts,” says Cleve Backster’s colleague Dr. Jeffrey Thompson.
A third experiment from HeartMath in 1995 shows that people’s emotions may have the same effect on DNA structure. Participants’ DNA differed based on what they were thinking about, according to Glen Rein and Rollin McCraty.
These tests indicated, according to one of the researchers, that various intents had distinct consequences on the DNA molecule, leading it to wind or unwind. The ramifications clearly go beyond what traditional scientific theory has allowed up to this point.
These decades-old studies show that we are linked to our DNA and that the vibrations of photons of light that surround us are impacted by our DNA in some mysterious manner.
Many people may find these concepts weird, yet the truth is often stranger than fiction. Similarly, renowned scientists and skeptics have long dismissed ancient astronaut theorists’ claims as nonsense. The old alien theory is based on a logical mistake known as “argumentum ad ignorantiam,” or “argument from ignorance,” according to Scientific American.
If there is no adequate earthly explanation for, for instance, the Peruvian Nazca Lines, Easter Island sculptures, or Egyptian pyramids, then the theory that they were created by aliens from space must be right.
The truth is that we have no idea how individuals came to be in their present state. We’re all still looking for answers, but the reality may be much more startling than we imagined. We’ll never know until we retain an open mind, which might be the key to uncovering secrets buried deep inside DNA’s ancient code.