Now this one, folks, I really don't know what to make of... it comes to us courtesy of Mr. G,B., and in a certain sense, when I read it, I didn't want to think that Dr. Scott deHart and I were right. But first, the article itself, and then my retrospective:

Confirmed: DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Are Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them

Now, my retrospective is this: When my co-author Dr.Scott deHart and I were researching and writing Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, we spent a great deal of time both in the book itself and in our private conversations over our research musing about a scenario, and the scenario that we mused over was precisely this: that humans do not normally turn into what they eat: we eat bread, pigs, cows, plants, without turning into any of them. Yet, we hypothesized that genetically modified food might be so significantly different that some unknown mechanism - the body's inability to recognize a genetically modified organism for example - might allow the engineered DNA somehow to pass into the human body unaltered and by an unknown mechanism cause the alteration or mutation of human DNA itself. It was a nightmare scenario, and we received - this author in particular - angry emails and comments from scientismists loaded with technical jargon and such, all to the effect that the scenario was simply impossible. Well, I am one of those people who is always skeptical  of "the assured results of modern scholarship" or the "ineluctable findings of modern science" particularly when either make ex cathedra pronouncements of what is possible and what is not. One individual pointed out to me that we do not turn into pigs or cows or (for Indochina) dogs simply by ingesting if I didn't know that.

There is an article that seems to confirm at least one portion of our nightmare scenario:

Confirmed: DNA from Genetically Modified Crops are Transferred into Humans who Eat them

I hope you caught the  five significant paragraphs here: paragraph onee:

"In a new study published in the peer reviewed Public Library of Science (PLOS), researchers emphasize that there is sufficient evidence that meal-derived DNA fragments carry complete genes that can enter into the human circulation system through an unknown mechanism." (Emphasis in the original)

Paragraph two:

"There is no possible way that our health authorities can test all possible combinations on a large enough population, over a long enough period of time to be able to say with certainty that they are harmless. Geneticist David Suzuki recently expressed his concern, saying that human beings are part of a “massive genetic experiment” over many years, as thousands of people continue to consume GMO’s, and it makes sense."
(In other words, there was no intergenerational testing of the GMOs precisely because we are the test! or, put differently, GMOs were released without adequate testing)
And paragraphs three, four, and five, that are saying exactly what Dr deHart and I speculated about:

"Advances in genome science over the past few years have revealed that organisms can share their genes. Prior to this, it had been thought that genes were shared only between individual members of a species through reproduction. Geneticists usually followed the inheritance of genes in what they would call a ‘vertical’ fashion, such as breeding a male and female -you follow their offspring and continue down the road from there.

"Today, scientists recognize that genes are shared not only among the individual members of a species, but also among members of different species.

"Our bloodstream is considered to be an environment well separated from the outside world and the digestive tract. According to the standard paradigm large macromolecules consumed with food cannot pass directly to the circulatory system. During digestion proteins and DNA are thought to be degraded into small constituents, amino acids and nucleic acids, respectively, and then absorbed by a complex active process and distributed to various parts of the body through the circulation system. Here, based on the analysis of over 1000 human samples from four independent studies, we report evidence that meal-derived DNA fragments which are large enough to carry complete genes can avoid degradation and through an unknown mechanism enter the human circulation system. In one of the blood samples the relative concentration of plant DNA is higher than the human DNA. The plant DNA concentration shows a surprisingly precise log-normal distribution in the plasma samples while non-plasma (cord blood) control sample was found to be free of plant DNA." (Talicized emphasis in the original, boldface emphasis added)

So.... no... it may be the case, if this study should prove to be correct, that the digestive system is not an adequate defense against genetic modification through GMO ingestion, and if that'ts the case, the "alchemical" agenda Dr deHart and I warned about - the ingestion of GMOs leading to a deliberate modification of man - may be in play, and indeed, the article also highlights this possibility:

"It’s interesting to ponder if the scientists at these biotech corporations have already identified this method?"
Yes... it's interesting to ponder that high octane speculation... did they know all along, and was the alchemical agenda of modification of man through his food ingestion the goal all along, as we suggested in Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas?  If that is the case, then is this the real reason behind the apparent immunity of the GMO agenda from any sort of public pressure against it? Is this the real reason the big agribusiness giants can get away with their principle of "substantial equivalence"? 
This story is one to watch very carefully folks... and it is also now evident that thus far, we may have just been skimming the surface of the real motivations behind the GMOs, the politicians who have smoothed their way, and the agribusiness giants.
See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. terminally skeptical on February 22, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    I haven’t read all of it so thank you Joseph for distilling the article. There are two things here which fly in the face of what I think I know.

    Leaky Gut Syndrome is a common medical condition that allows foreign material, meaning sizable molecules be they GMO or not, into the bloodstream. These salient points portray only an ideally functioning digestive tract which is unrealistic considering partially digested food and it’s causes and symptoms are an epidemic problem in our culture. So this ” . . . through an unknown mechanism enter the human circulation system.” is baffling as there really is no mystery here at all.

    Geneticists usually followed the inheritance of genes in what they would call a ‘vertical’ fashion. Well, yeah! By definition inheritance of genes can only be acquired vertically however the relatively newer discipline of epigenetics knows that there are numerous other ways to alter a gene by inducement of lateral or horizontal agents. Bruce Lipton, biologist, has been saying this for over 40 years and Rupert Sheldrake was censored a year ago by the TED community for holding a discussion of his decades old hypothesis that morphogenic fields play a role in genetic mutation.

    So we’re back to the hair-splitting safety dance of old school geneticists because were there an admission that genes are much more malleable that formerly believed this would be a huge affront to genetic “research”. Imagine if institutional scientists were allowed to say just because your mom and grandmother had breast cancer doesn’t mean you’ll get it, that a correlation doesn’t mean an automatic sentence. So the B.S. discussion is relentlessly carried forth because, just like the cancer industry, genetics is too lucrative a field to let the facts get in the way of the money.

    “. . . . . . as thousands of people continue to consume GMOs, and it makes sense” Huh? Most of the U.S. population of over 300 million has consumed GMOs and the majority probably ingests them daily in some form or another.

    “Substantial equivalence” well kinda, sorta but not enough so that Monsanto might leave themselves vulnerable to lawsuits. A rider was passed as part of H.R 933 that granted the monsters blanket immunity set to expire at the end of last year. Does anyone know what the current status is? I did a search and haven’t be able to find an update. No surprise really as they prefer burying those sensitive items from public inspection.

  2. emlong on February 22, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    This subject of what is transferable goes much deeper:

    “The suggestion, highlighted again this week, that donor patients could not only be acquiring the organs but also the memories – or even the soul – of the donor is surely one such story.

    This bizarre possibility was raised by the inexplicable case of Sonny Graham – a seemingly happily married 69-year-old man living in the U.S. state of Georgia. He shot himself without warning, having shown no previous signs of unhappiness, let alone depression.

    His friends described it as an act of passion, not of reason.

    The case might have remained just an isolated tragedy were it not for the fact that Sonny had received a transplanted heart from a man who had also shot himself – in identical circumstances.

    To make things even more intriguing, shortly after receiving the heart transplant, Sonny tracked down the wife of the donor – and fell instantly in love with her.”

    • terminally skeptical on February 22, 2014 at 3:04 pm

      This is yet another example of a fascinating though obviously scary risk factor with transplants, particularly the heart.

      Water is said to have memory and able to imprint subtleties, perhaps even the memories of others. Gerald Pollack came out with a book last year (The Fourth Phase of Water) that I’ve been putting of reading so I can’t critique it although I’m somewhat familiar with the content. It’s well worth a closer look and may reveal how water might possibly be linked to emotions and behavior.

  3. yankee phil on February 22, 2014 at 2:40 am

    Logically, if a gene has been modified,the agent used to modify the genetic code can remain in the resultant modified gene and in fact become part of the new genetic code itself. What triggers the modification may reside in the newly constructed gene and may have a transference characteristic emparted to other cells it comes into contact with in the blood stream,put simply the one rotten apple that spoils the whole barrel. There is growing evidence that human DNA is being effected by the presence of GMO genes in the blood. Where is the FDA getting its money from these days,don’t we still pay more in taxes to them than monsanto contributes?

  4. ElaineJune1934 on February 21, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    Re: Frankie Calcutta’s comment on eating pork (pigs). The reason that it was recommended that people do not eat pork is because pigs are scavengers. Scavengers eat all sorts of unclean substances. Other scavengers that it is recommended not to eat are buzzards, cats, other animals with claws, etc.

    It was realized many eons ago that eating animals that are scavengers, that eat diseased dead animals, offal, etc., was not good for the health.

    I personally think that domestic pigs that are organically fed by the farmers would probably be ok to eat, since they most likely would not be scavenging around, as would wild pigs.

    • Frankie Calcutta on February 23, 2014 at 8:29 pm


      On the contrary, pigs were domesticated, starting over 10,000 years ago in the Tigris Basin, specifically for meat. They were separately domesticated in China in for the same purpose. It is only in India that pigs were generally used for other purposes– primarily sewage treatment, otherwise known as pig toilets. My guess is the East Indians surmised there was something amiss with these creatures delivered to them by the unsavory middle eastern merchants. And their intuition may be prove right as reputable claims have emerged recently that humans may be a chimpanzee-pig hybrid:

      Maybe for those in the know, eating a pig was unclean because it was a bit cannibalistic. I would also add that in the wild, feral pigs are mostly herbivores. It is only when they are walled in do they turn into abject scavengers. Maybe this is highly revealing and possibly a good lesson for their human cousins who seem to turn into vile scavengers as well when we leave the forests for the walled in cities.

      I would also add that there are estimated to be over a billion feral pigs loose on this planet stretching from Indonesia to Asia, to Europe and to North and South America. So, forget Planet of the Apes, if these pigs ever learn to walk on two legs and talk, they could very well rise up and take over the planet. In fact, maybe they already have. There is lots snorting going on in the halls of power across the globe.

  5. Robert Barricklow on February 21, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    I can see it now. Good News/Bad News

    Good News: Human Rights are finally not only being recognized(like the right to water & sanitation); BUT are actually being enforced.

    Bade News: After sampling a number of blood tests, the vast majority were found to have their blood DNA compromised by plant DNA(as if someone, had not planted it there; but planned it as well).
    Since they are not human, they will be auctioned off next Friday.

  6. marcos toledo on February 21, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    It’s not only GMO’s that should worry us today on Democracy Now Feb 21/2014. Amy Goodman guest told of he was contracted to examine one of Sergento’s herbicides quest what in to the Frogs it turn males into females al the way that the males develop ovaries and they tried to shut him up about his findings. So it’s not only GMO’s but also herbicides and pesticides these monsters produce.

  7. emlong on February 21, 2014 at 11:09 am

    Very, very possible that Morgellon’s disease is a product of unforeseen genetic interactions. The fact that the fibers embedded in the skin are not identifiable as any known fiber hints at a very ugly and completely unforeseen “alchemy” having taken place. But let’s step back from this and look at a recent experiment that puts genetic inheritance in a new light:

    “What they did was, using mice, demonstrate that an aversion to a particular smell, in this case rose blossoms, was passed from the parent onto offspring, genetically, and that this inheritance was passed on for multiple generations. More than that, they illustrated the genetic and neural changes that occurred in order to facilitate this inheritance. In their paper, titled Parental olfactory experience influences behaviour and neural structure in subsequent generations, they detail how they managed to create a deep aversion to the smell of rose blossoms in mice. They then examined the sperm of the mice and found that there had been changes to the genotype of the sperm, which, upon breeding, was expressed in the phenotype of the offspring as an inherited aversion to the same smell, even though the offspring had never encountered the smell before.”

    I don’t think we know jack about deep genetics.

    • jedi on February 21, 2014 at 4:20 pm

      ie memory in dna, you can observe this in the animal kingdom…aka basic instincts.

      there was a movie on it, a couple of girls going around ice picking men to death….probably esoteric.

  8. Lost on February 21, 2014 at 10:06 am

    Genetic fragments in circulation is very different than those genetic fragments in the nucleus of a cell.

    Of course Monstanto et al are misrepresenting the supposed break down of genetic material and things like bovine growth hormone by stomach acid.

    Not saying the genes in the blood couldn’t influence nuclear genes, but in official science there’s no way. Now in unofficial science there is a way, but that more than implies that genes are NOT a control mechanism for cells–they’d be controlled by something else.

    • bdw000 on February 21, 2014 at 5:52 pm

      I agree: DNA fragments in the bloodstream do not automatically mean that “your” genome has been or will be changed. In fact, it’s probably never had any effect at all.

      Even finding DNA fragments inside the nucleus does not prove/guarantee that they can or will somehow get spliced into the chromosome, though it is probably way morae likely.

      The study seems to be saying that DNA from ANYTHING we eat will be in the bloodstream, not just from GMO’s. And we’ve never had a problem with non-GMO foods manipulating our DNA, right?

      I do not see anything spectacular here. That does not of course prove that GMO’s could still have a devastating affect on our genome (or just our body) in some other way.

      BTW in recent days Dilbert has been talking about transhumanism.

      • bdw000 on February 21, 2014 at 5:54 pm

        correction: “that does not of course prove that GMO’s will NOT have a devastating effect . . .”

        • Lost on February 22, 2014 at 10:18 am

          well right, it’s likely stuff that’s still not great for you.

          But without some magic activation physics, which could likely do much more, the genes aren’t going to meld into your genes. So this is mostly a distraction.

          Though, as I said, bovine growth hormone, produced with GM tech, has been excused with the line: “but stomach acid breaks it down, so don’t worry”, for years now.

  9. Frankie Calcutta on February 21, 2014 at 9:32 am

    Will we see a comeback of the elongated skull? Will the elongated skull gene be slipped into the food chain? I doubt it. Considering the elite do not eat their own GMO swill, you can be certain that we are being modified for some nefarious purpose. My guess is we are being given more pig genes in order to make us even more beastly and lascivious, thereby facilitating demonic entry into the physical realm on a massive scale. In Greek mythology pigs have been connected to the underworld and in some of the yahweh cults they are considered unclean and restrictions placed on their consumption (which begs the question: what do the ancient yahwehists know about pigs and are not telling the rest of us?) Let us also not forget the story of Jesus casting exorcised demons into a herd of swine. If humans can be made more like pigs, possibly the millions (if not billions or even trillions) of demons hovering anxiously in the subtle realms will gain easy access into our physical realm via a more inviting and pliable host.

    In summation: I posit we are being fitted with a gene which will facilitate demonic possession. This ultimately may be the endgame of our demonically possessed elite who serve as agents of the evil forces in the subtle realms– the evil forces who crave physical existence and worship chaos. But if this is the case, would the elites really want to reduce the size of the human population? No. Contrary to popular belief, the demonic elite desire a human population explosion and that is exactly what we are getting. Ask yourself: if our elite wanted to kill most of us off, why haven’t they done so by now? They certainly have the means to do so. And despite all their rhetoric regarding overpopulation, why is it still exploding? Because these evil dark bio-plasma entities we know as demons want to integrate with as many carbon based human bodies as possible and their earth agents are making it possible through genetic engineering and destroying human resistance to evil temptations.

    • terminally skeptical on February 22, 2014 at 2:18 am

      They haven’t killed us yet because that would be too easy. There’s no gamesmanship in that. Now controlling the masses, there’s a sport worth pursuing be it through the control of money, energy or food.

      I’m not ready to rethink the Georgia Guidestones just yet. Culling the herd is still at or near the top of their agenda.

      Japan’s population is waning and were it not for the importation of office drones from Asia or fruit picker immigrants south of the Rio Grande the U.S. population growth may be barely above zero. China is starting to reel it in too. Monsanto just needs to push a little harder in India since they’re the real trouble makers, baby makers of the world. Most of Europe’s body count increase is due to influxes of western Asians and Africans. Africa continues to be a test lab for Bill Gates & company’s vaccine genocide program and the proving ground for the WHO’s eventual mandate to vaccinate everyone.

      We’re just a few fuel rod removal mishaps away in Fukushima from nostalgia for the good ole days of February 2014 when the fallout from the easterlies across the Pacific was still manageable. And that weather engineering thing should be realizing a return on effort at long last in the near future. With or without it our farm land is eroding now so fast from decades of mono crop cultivation that supply and demand will soon make food unaffordable for the dwindling middle class. Methane released from the thawing permafrost and ocean floor shows promise as the new greenhouse gas in town. Al Gore’s carbon dioxide “problem” by comparison will seem like a hiccup versus asphyxiation at least until plankton and trees learn how to respirate methane. Maybe Vegas will start giving odds on 20 year bets favoring either global warming or cooling. And for the short term bettors, mud slides or droughts? What about all that water in the great lakes? Wouldn’t it be put to better use for putting greens in Phoenix than maintaining those aquatic invasive species increasingly ruining the sport fishing industry? I’ll bet there’s a couple of senators in Washington who know the answer to that. And as a refreshing departure from man made disasters there’s that mysterious moody Sun crossing the galactic plane. Some believe that because of this the real fireworks have yet to begin, that once the CMEs and seismic activities start in earnest we’ll all be united by a common disaster.

      Now throw in some endrocrine disrupters, pseudo estrogens, porn saturation, social engineering and an X variable like a Pizza Hut newest excitotoxic ingredient topping that makes coitus passe and, population problem? What problem?

      Sandy Hook and rush hour traffic not good enough? And still you’re looking for a demon gene? Please, give GMOs a chance!

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