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Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far

 
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Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
Our DNA is a spiral, the double helix. So far, so good. I guess, most people can agree with me on this.

But more than that, it is a receiver of Photon information, which means, it can process light information, much like a computer can do today. This has been shown in labs, where a DNA melecule has been shot with photons. After that, it was removed from the microscope. Although the DNA spiral was gone, the photons remained in the adjustment the DNA spiral had placed them.

Bu why is this relevant, in regards to evolution?

Well, imagine, a galactic superwave of light information is flushing our planet from time to time like tidal waves to a shore. These tidal waves contain the relevant information for evolution of species, which coild be the explanation of the missing link:

There simply is no link, because it is a case of spontaneous evolution, when the photons hit their target, the DNA spiral.

This theory can explain how sea life managed to evolve out of the ocean and so many more things.

I guess, even the christians could accept this theory more easily, because the Photon information could be seen as an act of God.

I am aware that David Wilcock also supports this thesis, and that he gets flamed on this board alot. But be informed, this is not his theory, originally, and we shouldn't dismiss something, only because a bullshitter talked about it.
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really interesting
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How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
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really interesting
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Yes. Unfortunately, this subject has been "wilcocked" and isn't taken serious anymore.

There have been experimente, where an egg was blasted with photon rays. Originally, it was a chicken egg, but they managed somehow to transform the animal into a duck. This pretty much proves the theory. This has been documented in text and pictures.
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How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
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The information was there, in the source field, all along.
It developed from the dead surroundings:

Source field information + basic ingredients (water, protein, soil.. Whatever) = life. Then the source field hit this basic life forms from time to time, causing it to develope, in a rather short period of time.

This is why bacteria can survive and nourish inside of a nuclear reactor or in empty space.
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
It is also a very good explanation, why there are still lifeforms on earth, although supposedly, there were different total extinction level events in the past.
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
It's called the Mana Stream and it has been routinely passing us since the dawn of time.

When it does, Earth gets saturated by photons (Mana) and
this saturation creates our very own Mana Pool.

It also activates our DNA and begins to make rapid alterations, which corresponds with our mysterious leaps in tech and civilization.

A side effect to this Mana Pool being present however is the ability to manipulate individual photons to create matter. This would be seen as 'magick' by us due to the fact that our Mana Pool has been empty for the last 1400 years. That is changing as we speak however, the Mana Stream is back once more!

Don't get overly excited though, the Pool takes roughly 900 years to fill.

The more imediate change will be a spontaneous evolution in consciousness. Whereas our physical bodies don't change but our minds evolve at a sudden and rapid pace.
This effect has been happening since Nov 2011 and is only getting more intense.

The Mana Stream also affects the Earth, which results in the Earth changes we are experiencing.

Just don't fight the change, either consciously or sub-con, lest you wish to snap and become one of the 'bath salt' zombies of late...
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DNA spiraling = our motion (summ of 3)
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moral reasoning takes about 250 miliseconds
we make errors in between
perception->relation->behaviour
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I like the fact that all animals sort themselves out to fit available environmental niches if they need to. This can most easily be seen with marsupials

[link to biology.clc.uc.edu]
"Eventually, Australia and Antarctica split from each other. Antarctica went to the South Pole and became too cold, killing all the mammals (marsupials) present there. Australia went north to near the equator, and its marsupials thrived. With no competition from placentals. Australian marsupials evolved/diversified to fill all the niches filled by placentals elsewhere: kangaroo are grazers like cattle, koalas eat tree leaves like giraffes, marsupial dogs and Tasmanian devils are predators"

Might this fit in with this theory somehow? (like a "resume factory presets" switch when the population gets too low)
Of course, this would mean there were intelligent dinosaurs.
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Top theologians believe in evolution. It is the lower ranks that hold on to the whole Adan and Eve BS.
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
It's called the Mana Stream and it has been routinely passing us since the dawn of time.

When it does, Earth gets saturated by photons (Mana) and
this saturation creates our very own Mana Pool.

It also activates our DNA and begins to make rapid alterations, which corresponds with our mysterious leaps in tech and civilization.

A side effect to this Mana Pool being present however is the ability to manipulate individual photons to create matter. This would be seen as 'magick' by us due to the fact that our Mana Pool has been empty for the last 1400 years. That is changing as we speak however, the Mana Stream is back once more!

Don't get overly excited though, the Pool takes roughly 900 years to fill.

The more imediate change will be a spontaneous evolution in consciousness. Whereas our physical bodies don't change but our minds evolve at a sudden and rapid pace.
This effect has been happening since Nov 2011 and is only getting more intense.

The Mana Stream also affects the Earth, which results in the Earth changes we are experiencing.

Just don't fight the change, either consciously or sub-con, lest you wish to snap and become one of the 'bath salt' zombies of late...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7314441


Good Stuff.
I guess you could call it a mana pool, yeah.
The wish for technology is nothing more than a desperate scream for our innate abilities, telekinesis, telepathy, lecitation, etc.

If we had these, there would be no need for technology and our planet would look like it it is intended to be. Natural.
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
DNA spiraling = our motion (summ of 3)
[link to www.feandft.com]
 Quoting: Funney


Is this the motion of the solar system depicted?
Because... It goes even deeper than that. Sacred geometry, the galaxies are spiraling... So do fractal plants, bones... Etc.

Everything in nature has this spiraling ratio.
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I like the fact that all animals sort themselves out to fit available environmental niches if they need to. This can most easily be seen with marsupials

[link to biology.clc.uc.edu]
"Eventually, Australia and Antarctica split from each other. Antarctica went to the South Pole and became too cold, killing all the mammals (marsupials) present there. Australia went north to near the equator, and its marsupials thrived. With no competition from placentals. Australian marsupials evolved/diversified to fill all the niches filled by placentals elsewhere: kangaroo are grazers like cattle, koalas eat tree leaves like giraffes, marsupial dogs and Tasmanian devils are predators"

Might this fit in with this theory somehow? (like a "resume factory presets" switch when the population gets too low)
Of course, this would mean there were intelligent dinosaurs.
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Only us humans don't.
As a colleague of mine once said. Humans lack the decency to just go extinct.
Some would say this is a sign of genetic manipulation.
I would say, our evolutionary process stopped at an unfortunate time and we are in desperate need for anoter leap.
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Top theologians believe in evolution. It is the lower ranks that hold on to the whole Adan and Eve BS.
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Well..The Adam and Eve story is BS, obviously.
Darwins theory is tainted, too. It's unfinishes business.
And it has to be upgraded.
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Care to elaborate, pendejo?

Or are you just throwing random BS flags around?
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
DNA spiraling = our motion (summ of 3)
[link to www.feandft.com]
 Quoting: Funney


Is this the motion of the solar system depicted?
Because... It goes even deeper than that. Sacred geometry, the galaxies are spiraling... So do fractal plants, bones... Etc.

Everything in nature has this spiraling ratio.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


yes
this motion is dictating our local preferences for life
if we generalize a lot, we end with: MOTION = LIFE
and we are also very very close to the statement that: LIFE MAKES SPACE.. but this is too much generalized and we have not vital associations for support

hf
moral reasoning takes about 250 miliseconds
we make errors in between
perception->relation->behaviour
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
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Well, no, it doesn't - that's an assumption.
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25978696


The information was there, in the source field, all along.
It developed from the dead surroundings:

Source field information + basic ingredients (water, protein, soil.. Whatever) = life. Then the source field hit this basic life forms from time to time, causing it to develope, in a rather short period of time.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


I think if the Christians just realized the source field blueprint is the actual "Word of God", they might be able to accept this knowledge.
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DNA spiraling = our motion (summ of 3)
[link to www.feandft.com]
 Quoting: Funney


Is this the motion of the solar system depicted?
Because... It goes even deeper than that. Sacred geometry, the galaxies are spiraling... So do fractal plants, bones... Etc.

Everything in nature has this spiraling ratio.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


yes
this motion is dictating our local preferences for life
if we generalize a lot, we end with: MOTION = LIFE
and we are also very very close to the statement that: LIFE MAKES SPACE.. but this is too much generalized and we have not vital associations for support

hf
 Quoting: Funney


Have you heard of the flower of life friend?
To the knowledgable eye, it explains how the prime creator invented space, from a dot, to a line to a vesica pisces. Sacred geometry is the vital association that proves the claim.

[link to photos1.blogger.com]
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How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25978696


The information was there, in the source field, all along.
It developed from the dead surroundings:

Source field information + basic ingredients (water, protein, soil.. Whatever) = life. Then the source field hit this basic life forms from time to time, causing it to develope, in a rather short period of time.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


I think if the Christians just realized the source field blueprint is the actual "Word of God", they might be able to accept this knowledge.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 300884


Hope so. Time to unite
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I would say, our evolutionary process stopped at an unfortunate time and we are in desperate need for anoter leap.
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How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25978696


The information was there, in the source field, all along.
It developed from the dead surroundings:

Source field information + basic ingredients (water, protein, soil.. Whatever) = life. Then the source field hit this basic life forms from time to time, causing it to develope, in a rather short period of time.

This is why bacteria can survive and nourish inside of a nuclear reactor or in empty space.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


This stuff came from where?
You realize you're mentally ill like all atheists. Religious nutters the lot of you "oh it came from the source" where the source field come from?
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Re: Evolution: Best explanation I heard, so far
DNA spiraling = our motion (summ of 3)
[link to www.feandft.com]
 Quoting: Funney


Is this the motion of the solar system depicted?
Because... It goes even deeper than that. Sacred geometry, the galaxies are spiraling... So do fractal plants, bones... Etc.

Everything in nature has this spiraling ratio.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


yes
this motion is dictating our local preferences for life
if we generalize a lot, we end with: MOTION = LIFE
and we are also very very close to the statement that: LIFE MAKES SPACE.. but this is too much generalized and we have not vital associations for support

hf
 Quoting: Funney


Have you heard of the flower of life friend?
To the knowledgable eye, it explains how the prime creator invented space, from a dot, to a line to a vesica pisces. Sacred geometry is the vital association that proves the claim.

[link to photos1.blogger.com]
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


[link to photos1.blogger.com]
perception -> relation -> behaviour (thats my trinity) hf
moral reasoning takes about 250 miliseconds
we make errors in between
perception->relation->behaviour
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How'd that dna magically develop though? Still contradicts the bible as it says man was instantly created.
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The information was there, in the source field, all along.
It developed from the dead surroundings:

Source field information + basic ingredients (water, protein, soil.. Whatever) = life. Then the source field hit this basic life forms from time to time, causing it to develope, in a rather short period of time.

This is why bacteria can survive and nourish inside of a nuclear reactor or in empty space.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


This stuff came from where?
You realize you're mentally ill like all atheists. Religious nutters the lot of you "oh it came from the source" where the source field come from?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17532355


Which "stuff" are you talking about?
First you call atheist nutters, the. You call religious believers nuts.

Which side are you on?

Also, I am not an atheist. My belief is of gnostic origin, if you must know... I believe in a creator.

And if you always deepen the question "where did it come from, where did it come from, where did it come from" you wil most likely be sent into a mental institution, because there is no answer to this question.

Unless, of course, you accept that there MUST be something without a beginning amd without an end.
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Is this the motion of the solar system depicted?
Because... It goes even deeper than that. Sacred geometry, the galaxies are spiraling... So do fractal plants, bones... Etc.

Everything in nature has this spiraling ratio.
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


yes
this motion is dictating our local preferences for life
if we generalize a lot, we end with: MOTION = LIFE
and we are also very very close to the statement that: LIFE MAKES SPACE.. but this is too much generalized and we have not vital associations for support

hf
 Quoting: Funney


Have you heard of the flower of life friend?
To the knowledgable eye, it explains how the prime creator invented space, from a dot, to a line to a vesica pisces. Sacred geometry is the vital association that proves the claim.

[link to photos1.blogger.com]
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


[link to photos1.blogger.com]
perception -> relation -> behaviour (thats my trinity) hf
 Quoting: Funney


That would be the trinity of realization.

You can use the trinity, to create three dimensinal space, too! hf
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Possibly the real question is does this plasma randomly hit us from time to time as you say or does our system pass through it at a certain point or points in the cycle.

Seems trivial but if this is part of a never ending cycle then the Mayans were correct in that we go through changes at exact points in time.

I'm not into the 2012 doom in any way, shape or form but I am interested in how ancient civilisations got so much correct.

Our system has seen many changes. Global warming is being pushed harder and harder and yet we can't be the cause of the changes also happening on other planets.

Interesting times indeed...
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yes
this motion is dictating our local preferences for life
if we generalize a lot, we end with: MOTION = LIFE
and we are also very very close to the statement that: LIFE MAKES SPACE.. but this is too much generalized and we have not vital associations for support

hf
 Quoting: Funney


Have you heard of the flower of life friend?
To the knowledgable eye, it explains how the prime creator invented space, from a dot, to a line to a vesica pisces. Sacred geometry is the vital association that proves the claim.

[link to photos1.blogger.com]
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


[link to photos1.blogger.com]
perception -> relation -> behaviour (thats my trinity) hf
 Quoting: Funney


That would be the trinity of realization.

You can use the trinity, to create three dimensinal space, too! hf
 Quoting: •••Weltschmerz•••


precisely! :D
our lives are full of realizations

hf
moral reasoning takes about 250 miliseconds
we make errors in between
perception->relation->behaviour
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Possibly the real question is does this plasma randomly hit us from time to time as you say or does our system pass through it at a certain point or points in the cycle.

Seems trivial but if this is part of a never ending cycle then the Mayans were correct in that we go through changes at exact points in time.

I'm not into the 2012 doom in any way, shape or form but I am interested in how ancient civilisations got so much correct.

Our system has seen many changes. Global warming is being pushed harder and harder and yet we can't be the cause of the changes also happening on other planets.

Interesting times indeed...
 Quoting: WeAreOne


Your question is very good. It's the most important question if you buy into this concept.

Well... I'd bet my ass that this waves that create spontaneous evolution have a spiral form, meaning, the timespans will become shorter and shorter eventually.

Why do I believe this? Well.. Everything in this universe is spiraling, one way or another.

And yes, this might be the reason the mayans could calculate the evolutionary leaps.

I must admit, i bought into the 2012 thingy for a while... Well, I stopped to believe, because by now, one should be able to feel the differences... But this thing is intriguing, nevertheless.
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Information strung out along a helix, aye?

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Information strung out along a helix, aye?

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Exactly!


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