Houston, We Have A Problem
Something remarkable happened on the way to one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time. The discovery, once made, simply disappeared from view. There wasn’t even a call to Houston to alert them to the problem.
Way back in 1953, Francis Crick and James Watson became the first ones to map the human genome for which they were later awarded the Nobel Prize. Of course, mapping it and understanding it were totally different things. So in 1990, a group of top international scientists formed the Human Genome Project to further explore man’s DNA.
Prior to the Human Genome Project, scientists believed that 90% of our DNA was “junk”, in other words – useless. However, that all changed in a big way with the discovery of a network of human consciousness which operated under principles referred to as hyper-communication. By hyper-communication, science is referring to a process by which our DNA functions similarly to a biological internet. The actual communication process involves an energy field that all life exists in, an energy field that connects all living cells through what’s referred to as a non-local area phenomena; that is outside of space and time. So as it turns out, our DNA isn’t junk after all, but rather a huge database with the ability to transmit and receive. The shocking conclusion is that all DNA can instantaneously communicate with all other DNA, wherever they might exist.
As an individual, hyper-communication occurs when one receives information that is beyond their previous level of awareness. This can take the form of human paranormal activity like inspiration, intuition and clairvoyance, among other things. One of the practical uses of hyper-communication is that our bodies can be programmed through language, words and thought (e.g. positive thinking and affirmations). The real potential, though, is that mankind could develop a group consciousness that would then allow them to actually create and manage the world they live in.
The hyper-communication findings are revolutionary to say the least and represent, in effect, a new science. This has the potential to radically change the fields of medicine, energy, weather, agriculture, communications and nearly all other scientific investigation. Life as we know it could be vastly different (better), but only if we make a conscious decision to embrace the change and then only if we are first told about it. Houston, do you copy?