There's been another one of those genetic discoveries that could be far-reaching in its implications, namely, Japanese scientists have found a link between the emerging field of epigenetics, and aging (and thanks to Mr. J.H. for sharing this article):

Tsukuba scientists reverse aging in human cell lines and give theory of aging a new lease of life

The key hereare these two paragraphs:

The Tsukuba team in particular has performed some compelling research that has led them to propose that age-associated mitochondrial defects are not controlled by the accumulation of mutations in the mitochondrial DNA but by another form of genetic regulation. The research, published this month in the prestigious journal Nature’s ‘Scientific Reports’, looked at the function of the mitochondria in human fibroblast cell lines  derived from young people (ranging in age from a fetus to a 12 year old) and elderly people (ranging in age from 80-97 years old). The researchers compared the mitochondrial respiration and the amount of DNA damage in the mitochondria of the two groups, expecting respiration to be reduced and DNA damage to be increased in the cells from the elderly group. While the elderly group had reduced respiration, in accordance with the current theory, there was, however, no difference in the amount of DNA damage between the elderly and young groups of cells. This led the researchers to propose that another form of genetic regulation, epigenetic regulation, may be responsible for the age-associated effects seen in the mitochondria.

Epigenetic regulation refers to changes, such as the addition of chemical structures or proteins, which alter the physical structure of the DNA, resulting in genes turning on or off. Unlike mutations, these changes do not affect the DNA sequence itself. If this theory is correct, then genetically reprogramming the cells to an embryonic stem cell–like state would remove any epigenetic changes associated with the mitochondrial DNA. In order to test this theory, the researchers reprogrammed human fibroblast cell lines derived from young and elderly people to an embryonic stem cell-like state. These cells were then turned back into fibroblasts and their mitochondrial respiratory function examined. Incredibly, the age-associated defects had been reversed - all of the fibroblasts had respiration rates comparable to those of the fetal fibroblast cell line, irrespective of whether they were derived from young or elderly people. This indicates that the aging process in the mitochondrion is controlled by epigenetic regulation, not by mutations.

The field of epigenetics is new, but growing quickly, and opens up rather obvious speculative implications, among them, the role of nutrition, and, by implication, the possible epigenetic influence of GMOs vs non-GMO foods, as well as the influence of pesticides and other environmental influences on DNA and cellular health.

But I want to indulge in a bit of different speculation here, one that I suspect will shortly emerge as epigentic centers of study and concern, and that's the electromagnetic effects on DNA. Retired US Army Lt. Colonel Tom Bearden, years ago, pubished a book titled Gravitobiology, detailing electromagnetic inductions, and cures, of diseases that was undertaken in extremely classified research inside the Soviet Union, a glimpse of which appeared in Soviet scientific journals. The essence of this research consisted in the fact that every healthy cell has a kind of electromagnetic signature, whereas diseased cells had their own signatures, unique to whatever disease - cancer among them - they were suffering. Soviet scientists allegedly discovered that by producing an electromagnetic field with healthy(or diseased) signatures on a target area, cells in that area would revert to whatever characteristic was being beamed. In effect what the Soviets were doing wa modulated the electromagnetic signature onto a carrier wave, then irradiating the tissue with it. In similar fashion, such studies were conducted (and quickly repressed) by Priore in France, and, of course, in very different fashion, by Dr. Royal Raymond Rife in this country.

So what's the high octane speculation here(besides Col. Bearden's, which is not really "high octane" but a rather well argued case)? The speculation is more by way of prediction: I suspect we shall see, gradually at first, then more and more of a steady stream, of studies of epigenetic effects of electromagnetic fields, both in the form of deliberate targeting (as in Bearden's examples in his book), and also in the form of electromagnetic pollution studies. That in turn will leads to renewed calls for "electromagnetic pollution regulation," and the rest of the scenario can be guessed at. The real crunch will come - possibly - if it can be demonstrated that specific genetic mutations can be induced electromagnetically, and then inherited, in a kind of electromagnetic epigenetic genetic engineering.

See you on the flip side...

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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. yankee phil on June 19, 2015 at 5:21 am

    Stands to reason then that some kind of a dna clean-up of some sort could restore the DNA to its original state(is this what monatomic gold is doing when you eat it?) and the bombardment of individuals with well formed electromagnetic waves of specific frequency could either damn you(MK ULTRA anyone?) or bless you. Perhaps the electromagnetic effects either heighten the effects of the changes attaching themselves to the basic DNA or strengthening the DNA itself to outshine the age induced pollutants. Either way we are the unwitting guinea pigs.

  2. DownunderET on June 11, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    And I thought the Japanese were smart !!!!!

  3. Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2015 at 11:13 am

    Since this has been “inked” for viewing eyeballs; it means its not only been around for sometime, but weaponized.
    This portends an of ancient engineered origin. And yes. Tablets of Destiny are key[s] to turn on the “controls”; to thereby run the electromagnetic universe. I suspect the access id “layered”; like an onion. Accessed cryptically[in todays terms]; perhaps at different levels and or in combination. A portal that, in itself, is but foyer entrance to others; requiring more keys[knowledge]…
    Are some instant-signals[non locality spins] sent when entrances are “keyed”?

  4. marcos toledo on June 11, 2015 at 9:43 am

    Another tool for our masters to control and cull the domestic herd on two legs. If your valuable to them they can keep you around to increase their stock portfolio if your not so valuable they can turn you into fertilizer sooner no use wasting nutrient to feed the livestock.

    • Don B on June 11, 2015 at 10:38 am

      Sadly Marcos that is what things are coming to.

    • Elm on June 11, 2015 at 11:04 am

      From a Newtonian angle, one’s age is governed by chronology, or, structured time. From a quantum perspective, “we” are always as “old” as we ever were, or will be. To permit oneself to become compartmentalized and bound within a structuring of time, is to age more rapidly. Simply just learning how to think differently, quiets the “aging gene.”

      Genes, as Lipton explains, require environmental triggers. An insidious function of the chronological system, is to expect conformity to the arbitrary concepts of childhood, youth, midlife and senior years. And what comes after “senior years,” and “old age?” What are the environmental expectations to which we are expected to conform? Indeed, the euphemism of “environmental expectations” is a polite way of saying mob rule, wherein the silence of elders is “golden,” the so-called “golden years.” Here we come “seniors” village, to play bridge, shuffle board and drink BIG GULPS. Don’t bother us!

      So, become spirit having a body experience, and be as “old” as you ever were. Given the options, it’s a lot more graceful and meaningful view of life. “What is time? Time is the grace we’ve been gifted to change our minds.” ~ Elm

      • Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2015 at 11:18 am

        I remember reading years ago a book that referred to this “reality” as the third interface/strand; the “triple-helix”, if you will.

      • Don B on June 11, 2015 at 11:55 am

        Personally I don’t believe any of that goboly gloop but maybe I don’t possess the mental ability you have. db

        • Elm on June 11, 2015 at 10:19 pm

          Don B… It’s the question that draws one forth. Many begin by asking, “is this all there is?” Don’t expect an immediate answer. We must “grow” into the question. In principle, the entire universe is simultaneously both of and within the Prime Mover or Master Conceptualizer. Paradoxically, to the time bound ego mind/brain, whereas we default to all things matter as being greater — No-thing is “greater” than some-thing. Consciousness precedes, and gives rise to matter.

          Contemplate the choice… Body with soul having a “spiritual experience,” or, spirit with body having a “physical experience.” Treat both as “theories,” but follow each to their possibility.
          And bare in “mind,” if one’s choice is that of matter giving expression to the epiphenomena of soul, then soul too perishes with matter. And if only matter, there can be no spirit. So, whether one initially or consciously grasps the deeper significance, or not, our choosing between matter or spirit as Source will be a “paradigm choice.”

          As Shakespeare reminds us, “all the (time space) world is a stage,” wherein mind/brain ego consciousness — the cumulative experience we come to believe is us, plays its part. The quest, is to rediscover and reconnect with the non-local consciousness that is the perfect & infinite us.

  5. emlong on June 11, 2015 at 9:31 am

    This is an orgonite subject of course – my own site goes into this stuff.

    DanaThomas’ phrase “of DNA” reminds me of a steadily burgeoning idea that DNA – even in corpses – still modulates a signal and may account for ghostly phenomena. There is also a strongly developing correlation between electropollution and such phenomena. The well known medium Amy Allen sometimes comments that nearby cell and radio towers may be activating or intensifying ghostly manifestations in a home.

  6. DanaThomas on June 11, 2015 at 5:38 am

    And not only the electromagnetic effects ON DNA but also OF DNA – the other side of the coin. Those good ole Tablets of Destiny again…

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