Called 'Antennae to God'
Link Evolution to Spiritual Renaissance
Dr. Leonard Horowitz
More than a map of life, DNA processes spirituality according
to the latest research. A lengthy review of scientific achievements
in the field of genetics compiled by a team of experts indicates
that life evolved from spiritual, more than physical, forces.
years of multidisciplinary study by a team of health science,
mathematics, genetics, and physics experts, indicates that
DNA, traditionally considered the blueprint of life,
appears more like an antennae to God. Led by
internationally known public health authority and award
winning author, Dr. Leonard Horowitz, the group's research,
to be published in October, shows that DNA's coiled design,
vibrating action, and electrogenetic function
makes spiritual as well as physical evolution possible.
genomes are empowered by waves and particles of energized
sound and light which, more than chemicals or drugs, switch
genes on or off. Likewise, genetic
inheritance is energetically transmitted bioacoustically
and electromagnetically through special water molecules
that form the electrogenetic matrix of the Sacred
Spiral. These hydroelectric geometric structuresmost
shaped like pyramids, hexagons, and pentagonsdirect
physical as well as spiritual development, according to
water molecules shaped like pyramids relay energy messages
to and from DNA. These signals are carried from the environment
to every cell in your body; far more rapidly than scientists
once believed based solely on chemical analyses.
findings raise important questions concerning theories underlying
modern medicine, spirituality, and even reincarnation according
to Dr. Horowitz. The realization that energy messages, including
ancient ancestral memories, may be relayed electro-genetically
can help in healing, lending spiritual meaning to life,
and reconciling past life experiences.
science reported in DNA: Pirates of the Sacred Spiral, published
by the not-for-profit Tetra hedron Publishing Group, links
the genetic revolution to a spiritual renaissance.
After polling nearly 10,000 people internationally for background
research, the Harvard-trained Dr. Horowitz concludes more
and more people are experiencing increased synchronicities
and even miracles in their lives. . . . Working on special
projects, they suddenly and inexplicably manifest everything
they need to facilitate their service, purpose, or unique
calling. This is a form of genetic expression as much as
eye color, he says.
soon to be published, meticulously documented, book is written
for intelligent lay readers and above. It argues
that quantum energy, often called spirituality, animates
evolution of the species, genetic expression, and life.
The authors believe such awareness and growing social consciousness
bodes well for the entire planet.
Review Dr. Horowitz's new book here.
Design Study Sparks Controversy
publication in a peer-reviewed
biology journal of an article
which sounds themes often heard
in discussions of "intelligent
design"a theory one
critic calls "the old creationist
arguments in fancy clothes"has
drawn criticism from the members
of the society that publishes
the journal, and from others.
an article entitled "The
origin of biological information
and the higher taxonomic categories,"
which was made available online
on August 28 by the Proceedings
of the Biological Society of
Washington, Stephen Meyer concludes:
"what natural selection
lacks, intelligent selectionpurposive
or goal-directed designprovides."
Meyer is a senior fellow at
the Discovery Institute, which,
according to its Web site "supports
research by scientists and other
scholars developing the scientific
theory known as intelligent
design, or the design hypothesis,
is the "idea that the origin
of information is best explained
by an act of intelligence rather
than a strictly materialistic
process," Meyer told The
C. Scott, executive director
at the National Center for Science
Education, learned of the article
when several members of the
Biological Society of Washington
called her office. "Many
members of the society were
stunned about the article,"
she said, describing it as "recycled
material quite common in the
intelligent design community."
Intelligent design, she said,
is "an evolved form of
creationism that resulted from
legal decisions in the 1980s
ruling that creationism can't
be taught in schools."
hasn't been anything in peer-reviewed
literature about intelligent
design," Scott said. "Members
of the intelligent design community
are very hungry to get articles
in peer-reviewed journals."
article was the subject of a
detailed critique on Panda's
Thumb, a Web log that focuses
on issues in evolutionary science.
The critique calls Meyer's article
"a rhetorical edifice out
of omission of relevant facts,
selective quoting, bad analogies,
and tendentious interpretations."
too bad the Proceedings published
it," Scott said. "The
article doesn't fit the type
of content of the journal. The
bottom line is that this article
is substandard science."
Sternberg, a staff scientist
at the National Center for Biotechnology
Information who was an editor
of the Proceedings at the time,
told The Scientist via E-mail
that the three peer reviewers
of the paper "all hold
faculty positions in biological
disciplines at prominent universities
and research institutions, one
at an Ivy League university,
one at a major US public university,
and another at a major overseas
reviewers did not necessarily
agree with Dr. Meyer's arguments
but all found the paper meritorious,
said he was concerned that some
in the science community have
labeled him and Meyer as creationists.
"It's fascinating how the
'creationist' label is falsely
applied to anyone who raises
any questions about neo-Darwinian
evolutionary theory," he
said. "The reaction to
the paper by some [anti-creationist]
extremists suggests that the
thought police are alive and
well in the scientific community."
L. Crowther, director of communications
at the Discovery Institute,
drew a clear distinction "between
the scientific theory of intelligent
design and creationism."
Meyer is a well-known proponent
of intelligent design and that
is what his paper is about,"
Crowther wrote in an E-mail
to The Scientist. "To try
and characterize him as a creationist
is just an attempt to stigmatize
him and marginalize his paper,
all the while avoiding the scientific
issues that it raises."
said: "I have received
a number of private communications
from scientists expressing their
agreement or intrigue with the
arguments that I develop in
my article. Public reaction
to the article, however, has
been mainly characterized by
hysteria, name-calling and personal
attack." Labels, he said,
"are ultimately a diversion."
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What would the Buddha Do
With Nanotechnology and Psychopharmaceuticals?
year, at a conference at MIT on the contribution of Buddhism
to brain sciences, molecular biologist Eric Lander suggested
that in 20 years "the US surgeon general might recommend
60 minutes of mental exercise five times a week."
I hope not. It would probably have as little effect on
mental health as the recommendation to exercise regularly
and eat five helpings of vegetables has had on obesity
and health. It would also mean that progress in neurotechnology
had ground to a halt before 2005. In 20 years we should
have far easier alternatives.
the Mahayana Buddhist tradition both the fully enlightened
person and the person aspiring to discover their enlightened
personality are called the bodhisattva. A whole disquisition
could be given on how the supernatural aspects attributed
to buddhas and bodhisattvas over the ages sound remarkably
like the superpowers of the posthumans we transhumanists
want everyone to become. Things like multiplying your
personality into myriad forms, and then pulling it back
together, or flying around on a moon-disk in a heavenly
realm making fun of the narcotized lotus eaters by playing
tricks with their space-time.
I don't want to go there. Instead I want to talk about
the six personality traits or virtues that the Mahayana
tradition teaches the bodhisattva should cultivate on
the path to greater perfection. These traits are known
as paramitas, usually translated as "perfections"
although the literal meaning is "to reach the opposite
shore." They are generosity, skillful ethical behavior,
patience, energy, concentration and wisdom. How will technologies
facilitate our cultivation of these paramitas, and what
questions do technologically assisted personality perfection
the full article here: www.BetterHumans.com
An Orgasm Is All in the Mind
James Doherty and Kath Gourlay
a scientific fact: human brains are programmed for orgasms
- with or without the actual sex act.
nobody listening to football commentators will be surprised
by the news, claimed to have been proven by one of the
lecturers at this weeks Orkney International Science
Festival. Dr Robert Lomas - a solid-state physicist and
an internationally known author on religious symbolism
- says that evolution has allowed humans to develop the
the same reward mechanism that encourages us to share
our DNA," said Dr Lomas. "But it can be achieved
without the physical act of copulation."
humans have this power to induce mental ecstasy, and its
a complex set of responses that can be achieved by learned
behavioural patterns or triggered by hyper-arousal during
peak experiences, he says.
times of hyper-arousal, our brains are designed to freeload
on the behavioural reward that encourages us to reproduce,"
he said. "And that is another name for orgasm."
those who laughed at the idea of the Barbarella-type "orgasmatron"
- Jane Fonda popping pills, touching palms with her bemused
boyfriend and staying three feet away from him - Dr Lomas
says the film is closer to science fact than fiction.
"If the orgasmic response in her brain was being
triggered by a programmed release of chemically or electrically
stimulated hormones, it could be done, if the programming
was right," he said.
the days of a drug being widely available on the NHS are
still a long way off.
creating the right combination of neuropeptides is very
complex," Dr Lomas explained. "Your tension
and relaxation levels have to be in perfect balance before
your arousal system is tripped. Its like trying
to balance a marble on the tip of a ballpoint pen."
Lomas said the trigger factors leading to that elusive
brain state have to be induced through repetitive behavioural
patterns using ritual and posture.
these mystics havent really given up sex,"
said Dr Lomas. "Its just a different form of
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does one have to do to find true happiness? Dream!
Fantasies may cure you from an unhappy love affair, heavy
drinking or flu.
Vladimir Kucherenko can "tune up" his patients"
brains - just like a radio receiver. He is a lecturer
at the psychological faculty of MSU. The essence of his
method is based on the premise that human brain controls
every cell of our body. So if one gets sick, that's only
because he "let" that happen. And if one will
concentrate and imagine oneself young and strong, the
disease will back off. According to Kusherenko, our own
fantasy is the ultimate remedy.
Kucherenko can program his patients' brains in such a
way that those people will be able to quit smoking, stop
drinking excessively; he can even make people improve
their handwriting. According to Kucherenko, anyone can
be happy no matter how much money he or she possesses.
The brain can be regulated. A person can easily create
any emotional condition such as fear or happiness for
him/herself. The main point here is to understand what
makes you happy and to "dive" into that realm
tend to perceive world differently. If a man is unhappy,
his perception of things around him will appear black,
figuratively speaking. Our purpose therefore is to add
colors to "his world", instead of changing it
unhappy person could not be healthy. You can't trick the
organism; you can't cure a man without changing his character.
For instance, those that are afraid of everything tend
to have problems with kidneys, while evil people have
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