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mDNA INTERCELLULAR TRANSFER DEMONSTRATED IN NEW ZEALAND, AND A REALLY ...

This article was shared by Ms. M.W., and I have to admit, when I first read it, I was almost overwhelmed by all sorts of really high octane speculations. But we'll get to those in a moment. First, the article itself, and its rather sensational news, news that, again, shows how quickly a scientific "fact" can be overturned, in this case, the fact that mitochondrial DNA - the DNA we all receive from our mothers, all the way back to the hypothesized "mitochondrial Eve" - does not transfer from cell to cell except during reproduction. In this case, scientists in New Zealand have made an important - perhaps even paradigm shifting - discovery, namely, that mDNA can transfer from cell to cell outside of reproduction:

A Mitochondrial DNA Transplant Could Help Treat Hundreds Of Diseases

O.K., so what's so significant about that? What possible high octane, way-out-there-in-geosynchronous-orbit speculation could possibly come of this?

Well, consider these paragraphs closely:

"Prior to the new study, scientists thought these genes stayed within cells, except during reproduction.

"But experiments conducted by a team led by professor Mike Berridge from the Malaghan Institute have shown this isn't the case. As reported in the NZH:

'A Kiwi-led research team demonstrated the movement of mitochondrial DNA between cells in an animal tumour. After mitochondrial DNA was removed from breast cancers and melanomas in mice, replacement mitochondrial DNA naturally shifted from surrounding normal tissue. After adopting the new DNA, the cancer cells went on to form tumours that spread to other parts of the body.

'[...] It's a leap in the science of cellular biology, and could boost the understanding of human diseases other than cancer, since defective mitochondrial DNA accounts for about 200 diseases and is implicated in many more.'

"As noted by Berridge in a release, "This appears to be a basic physiological mechanism in the body that no one has seen before because they lacked the exploratory tools. Whether this new phenomenon is important in tumour formation is still unclear, but we are interested in pursuing the research to see if the transfer occurs more widely in the body. Preliminary evidence indicates it may be a common occurrence in the brain."(Italicized and bold emphases added)

Most readers here will know that I've written a number of books on the subject of Mr. Richard Dolan's concept of a "breakaway civilization," and the idea that (1) a vast hidden system of finance was erected to (2) provide a steady source of funding for black research projects, and that I have included, as a component of such research, not only that there may well be an entirely hidden, or off-the-books physics, as exemplified in the curious statements of the late Ben Rich, director of Lockheed-Martin's "skunk works," but also an off the books genetics and medical science. Indeed, most readers of this website are already probably familiar with the stories that indicate the latter, as we're all more or less familiar with the black projects research stories that occasionally leak concerning this or that aspect of bio-weapons research.

And it's here, precisely, that my really out there high octane speculation comes in. Now brace yourself. Most researchers into the JFK assassination  will eventually come across three names, two of which maintained that the CIA had, during the late 1950s and 1960s, successfully "weaponized cancer," i.e., had discovered that cancer could be induced, and indeed, given to people, an assertion that ultimately implies just the sort of inter-cellular transmission mechanism as is being suggested by the New Zealand discoveries. The two names are, of course, David Ferrie, the strange character sought out by Jim Garrison during his investigation into the Kennedy assassination, and Jack Ruby, who insisted he had been given the cancer that was killing him before the deal that he had worked out with Dallas DA could come into effect. In Ferrie's case, as I outlined in my book LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy, Garrison discovered that Ferrie was indeed involved in some sort of obscure cancer research with New Orleans oncologist Dr Mary Sherman, the third player in this strange high octane speculation and story. Dr Sherman, in turn, was murdered under such extraordinarily bizarre circumstances - death by particle beam quite literally - was also involved in research specifically related to the transmission mechanisms, and her boss was none other than the then-internationally renowned cancer researcher, physician, and head of the American Cancer Society, Dr. Alton Ochsner, who himself apparently had some connection to the CIA's "war with cancer" projects.

Oddly enough, Dr. Sherman was an advocate of the viral theory of cancer. Why is that relevant here, since we're dealing, in the New Zealand find, with mDNA and very small "nanotubes" connecting cells as the inter-cellular transmission mechanism. Well, for one thing, viruses are incredibly small and can only be viewed under an electron microscope, a process which kills them, and prohibits observation of them while they're alive. But as the New Zealand article and discovery itself explicitly states, no one has seen this transmission mechanism,  which "appears to be a basic physiological process" precisely because "they lacked the exploratory tools" to do so.

Now, all of this implies that the CIA-sponsored "cancer weaponization" studies, which, if one is to believe David Ferrie and Jack Ruby, not to mention the cancer-inducement findings of Garrison's JFK investigation, were entirely successful, suggests to my mind that some black technology perhaps existed that enabled it to observe the transmission mechanism, and to reproduce it. A black technology enabling observation of things in their living states down to a very small - perhaps even viral - scale.

Royal Raymond Rife, anyone?

See you on the flip side...

21 thoughts on “ mDNA INTERCELLULAR TRANSFER DEMONSTRATED IN NEW ZEALAND, AND A REALLY ...”

  1. Mike Berridge of the Malaghan Institute? Sounds like “Balagan” in Hebrew; A by-word meaning “confusion, or ‘all hell breaking out’.”
    David’s last name Ferrie, rhymes with Berri, here in Berridge.
    It’s kind of an “anti-meme” in a way, maybe?
    Yeah, I’ve got a lot of time on my hands. 😀

  2. The human genome is a wonderful thing, however, scientists don’t know a hell of a lot about it. More to the point outlined in Lynn Picknet & Clive Prince’ book “The Forbidden Universe, where they “ATTACK” main stream quackademia and religions over the “creation” issue. Yes, I said issue, it’s been the toe to toe argument between basically science and religion. They have been “going at it” for a long time and neither party can prove 100% that they are right. So, now cancer, aids, ebola and just about every other life threating disease pops up outa nowhere. The elites want to reduce the population, and it’s methods are not so discreet, and they keep “trying it on”. Funny how the pharmaceutical industry comes up with “miracle” cures every two weeks and makes headlines in the MSM, then “nothing”, the so called miracle drug disappears. Our creators made us for one sole purpose, as slaves, and once you realize this, then it’s game over for the DNA buffs.

  3. Judyth Vary Baker says she was hired out of high school by Ochsner because she had developed a way to give lab rats cancer quicker. She says the speed and lethality is enhanced by x-rays, that you go to the doctor for it and their testing makes it worse. So if Rife’s work was involved, that would maybe make Judyth’s mission nowadays diversionary….

  4. The last time we talked about this in the Member’s chat, I remembered Martha, Mouth from the South, Mitchell, Wife of John Mitchell (Attorney Gen.under Richard Nixon)she was famous for calling up talk radio shows and telling everything she knew about Watergate etc al.

    Toward the end of her life (she died at 57) she insisted the CIA had given her cancer. Her death was attributed to multiple myeloma.

    Wikipedia says “The “Martha Mitchell effect”, in which a psychiatrist mistakenly or purposely identifies a patient’s extraordinary claims as delusions, despite their veracity, was later named after her.

  5. With the MSM pronouncing that 1 in 3 of us should simply expect to get cancer you can see ROI for these despots concerning this ‘industry’.

    It’s also funny how these elite families defy the odds and never seem to be afflicted with such awful diseases and live to ripe old ages illness free. They probably have these devices installed in their homes the same way the rest of the masses have wireless end points everywhere.

  6. It would seem billions of years old bacteria, viruses and fungi would have little trouble invading a human cell and replacing the resident human mitochondria DNA with itself. The usurping microbe could then mimic the human mitochondria’s function all the while commandeering the organism for a different agenda determined by the invading microbe (and its controllers?). This agenda most likely would be incongruous and even detrimental to the human organism(s) and would turn the human organism into a proxy for the invading microorganism. How many humans among us then have actually been commandeered by a pathogenic bacteria, virus or fungi and their inhuman actions are actually being driven by a nefarious microbe which now commands their cells? In light of this, the pathogenic behavior of some humans starts making sense. They are vassals to an invasion force of dangerous microbes who seek to conquer and expand. Moreover, that bizarre trait of certain human groups to hold their mitochondrial DNA in such high esteem starts making sense as well. A type of Stockholm Syndrome. Could then the preponderance of mental diseases among humans, particularly the pathogenic humans, be symptomatic of the war being waged between the besieged human mind and the invading group mind of the microbe? This would certainly explain schizophrenia.

    Or maybe, considering the stark similarities between human mitochondrial DNA and bacteria, could humans just be an evolved bacteria that grew arms and legs? One now getting dangerously complacent and woefully ripe for acquisition by another microbial invasion force? An invasion force with its mDNA sleeper cells in place who are busy at work undermining the human microbial defenses to pave the way for their conquest? Should we look inside places like Monsanto headquarters for these threatening bacterial agents? I say: yes.

    1. Everyone is infected with a whole bunch of garbage, all these infections primarily being mitochondrial diseases. The pathogens wrap themselves up in a biofilm and go stealth mode. Lyme disease is actually unique in that it tricks the human body into producing its food and toxins for it, while every other disease we know of produces their toxic byproducts themselves. Hmmm frankie you might be on to something with the monstersanto idea. When there’s a vitamin or medicine that would be destroyed by stomach acid, in order to increase bioavailability it’s wrapped in a fatty shell. They call it a lyposomal delivery system, in this form its also able to cross the blood brain barrier. Glycophosphate is a fatty toxin, it goes into the brain caps off receptors, screws up signaling mechanisms, attaches to other fatty molecules like those that make up the mDna membrane, and it being cytotoxic causes an immune response. Wrapping up pathogens in this fatty substance disguised as just a pesticide (nbd I eat roundup by the handful) would be a great way to deliver infections directly to the brain without anyone knowing. I don’t think anyone who hasn’t researched them as any idea how seriously all these various infections influence a person’s behavior and biological functioning. Your hyperbole of pathogens controlling people’s thoughts and actions is actually not an exaggeration at all. Time for lipid replacement therapy, which specifically targets and heals the membranes of mitochondria. Anyone that is interested should check out the Neurolipid Foundation. They have pictures on their site of mDna before and after treatment. Prior to the therapy the membrane is extremely porous, which might be how whatever causes cancer gets into the cells, after therapy the membrane is solid again. I’m currently looking into the therapy for myself along with therapeutic plasma apheresis using a protein A filter to filter all the nasties out of my blood(unfortunately its not available in the us because of big pharma). Personally I feel that the fungal/parasitic model of cancer is more likely than the viral model.

      1. Last week, John Hopkins announced that 2/3 of cancer was caused by bad luck. “They” don’t want a cure any way, too much money to be made.

    2. Frankie, the virus is attacking, shutting down our 3rd eye therby reprogramming our sin wave, instincts into something…that suits the lord god of genesis who needed a man to till the earth….who walks in the cool of the garden.

      M being the 13th letter, and the first letter in moon…monoliths on 2001 and the sin wave. Starts to make sense that JC was murdered, and while being murdered, his last words were, forgive them they know not what they do.

  7. So should we be surprised the West has for centuries been murdering whole nations with diseases. Remember Baron Jeffery Amherst smallpox infected clothing to the indigenous people in America for example. Cancer has been a great killing in more ways than one pun intended. Pseudo cures to milk the victims of the savings accounts and prolong their suffering until the mammon junkies have all their money. The suppression of medical technology like the Royal Rife microscope which could make medical research better but that would interfere in these uber-merchants of death lose money.

  8. “A black technology enabling observation of things in their living states down to a very small – perhaps even viral – scale.”

    It could be an “observation” not in the conventional way we know. On that scale, it’s like a borderline state of material & nonmaterial. Anyone heard about the viral dark matter?

  9. There was the conspiracy theory that Chavez was murdered by weaponized cancer(even one – that Castro was the assassin).

    The GMO propaganda wars can have adds showing FAT & Happy[read stupid] Americans as GMO product vs skinny, smart Europeans; with a caption saying something like, “Let’s stay with what we know works”.
    And will there be GMO blowback in the West?

  10. The late great Dr. Hulda Clark, wrote the book “A Cure for All Cancers”. In it she claimed that she had never seen a case of AIDS or Cancer that did not have a corresponding parasite infestation. This infestation had destroyed the body’s immune system. Hence, her first line of defense against autoimmune diseases was to herbally nuke the parasites. She had successful clinics around the world for years. The greatest accolade I can give her is that her clinics were not allowed in the US.. Therefore, the allegation that Cancer may be viral has a lot of merit.

  11. “After mitochondrial DNA was removed from breast cancers and melanomas in mice, replacement mitochondrial DNA naturally shifted from surrounding normal tissue. After adopting the new DNA, the cancer cells went on to form tumors that spread to other parts of the body.”

    More than suggesting that DNA (or mDNA) is an effect not a cause.

    “to observe the transmission mechanism, and to reproduce it.” Not at all speculation, an available microscope. Anyhow even live viruses are unlikely to be the method of transmission, again even where a virus exists, it’s more an effect than a cause. And Nemes’ is even more promising.

  12. Wow, I was thinking of Royal Rife and his universal microscope as soon as I started reading this.

    Also, weirdly enough, I dreamt last night that Dr Joseph P Farrell visited and we went outside to play catch with a frisbee.

    1. Yes, I’ve been thinking of Royal Rife too, and have wished that, for the sake of all those who love her and value her work, Georgeann Hughes could partake of Rife’s cancer cure. Perhaps she’s had enough of this world, though…?

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