Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about an article by our friend and colleague Jon Rappoport, who has raised the alarm about the latest vaccine gimick coming down the pike, the "universal flu vaccine" whose potency relies upon reprogramming a recipient's DNA as a means of fighting all types of flu. As Rappoport indicated, this technology is being touted without any sort of long-term inter-generational science which could indicate potential problems with the technology.

Well, look no further than this story shared by Ms. M.W. and Mr. H.B. and Mr. B.G.:

CRISPR Crashes After Study Highlights Potential Cancer Risk From Gene-Editing

There Could Be a Dangerous Problem With Using CRISPR on Humans, New Research Shows

Ponder the opening two paragraphs from this article again, and in the context of yesterday's blog about gene-therapy drugs:

Crispr Therapeutics led gene-editing stocks lower after new studies published by Nature Medicine found that cells whose genomes are edited with the CRISPR-Cas9 technology have the potential to cause cancer, Stat News reports.

Editing cells’ genomes with CRISPR-Cas9 might increase the risk that the altered cells, intended to treat disease, will trigger cancer, two studies published on Monday warn — a potential game-changer for the companies developing CRISPR-based therapies.

Could we be looking at a wider phenomenon, namely, that genetic modification itself increases the risks of cancer? While it's probably too early to tell, let us recall once again that independent studies of GMOs  - largely done in France and the rest of Europe - have indicated beyond any doubt increased risks of cancers from regular consumption of GMOs. If one is in the presence of a general phenomenon, then the dangers of which Mr. Rappoport wrote yesterday take on a specific potentiality: a "universal vaccine" intended to inoculate against one thing might end up increasing the risks of another.

But now ponder the last paragraphs of the story:

Given the massive interest in this company and its gene-editing applications, Stat News asks an obvious question - if successfully CRISPR’d cells can seed cancers, why hasn’t this been seen before, and why haven’t the many CRISPR’d mice developed tumors?

Karolinska’s Haapaniemi said the effect shows up in large-scale experiments like hers and Novartis’ “but can be missed in small-scale studies where people only focus on editing one gene in one cell type.” In speaking to other scientists, she said, “it seems that other teams have noticed the effect of p53 on editing,” but have not highlighted it.

Now here comes the high octane speculation, for what is being alleged is that the safety evaluations of CRISPR technology were tested on a small group, and a narrow cellular tissue sample, whereas their study suggesting increased cancer risk from CRISPR editing were done on a larger group and presumably different types of tissue samples. The question is, were those initial studies on a narrow base done deliberately? Was something already known and covered-up? I don't know, but given the malfeasance of big agriculture and big pharma on GMOs and their endless vaccines, I wouldn't be a bit surprised.

And there's another high octane speculation, but this time, it's not mine, but Mr. B.G.'s: could we be looking at some sort in in-built defense mechanism in the human genome against such editing. And perhaps (here's my contribution to Mr. B.G.'s speculation) we will discover that these types of mechanisms might be epigenetic. If that latter speculation about epigenetics should prove to be the case, then it should be a warning to the over-confidence placed in "universal gene therapy vaccines," for until such epigenetic influences on the genome development of any species is adequately understood, then tinkering with genes would seem a sure bet to invite disaster.

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. Kahlypso on July 11, 2018 at 5:21 am

    Wait a minute…. Did they think that they understood the genetic code? Because they mapped it and developed CRISPR?
    It took EN.KI years and years to develop a viable creature.. He was a god. He was mixing Annunaki with Homo Erectus.
    What makes men think they understand the complexities involved of playing with Homo Sapien Sapien?
    Seriously?? They use a shotgun to kill a Fly and then complain about the smell of gunpowder afterwards? Endlessly whining and complaining.. gaaaah.. I understand more and more each day why Enlil didnt want to tell us about the flood…

  2. augenguy on July 7, 2018 at 2:13 am

    If the human genome has a built-in defense mechanism, then one possible conclusion would be that evolution is complete bunk. After all, mutations would cause disease, which would kill the creature, which would prevent breeding to spread the mutation.

    In light of Dr. Farrell’s work in “Cosmic War” and “Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men,” it might also imply that previous gene editing by “someone” inserted a “kill switch” to prevent further editing – like a kind of biological password.

    That said, there is a case study waiting to be done here in Indonesia. Monsanto sold a bunch of “edited” cocoa trees to growers in Sulawesi that promised greatly expanded canopies, and thus greater yields.

    In reality, the larger canopies came with smaller root balls and the trees literally fell out of the ground. Those that managed to bear fruit gave pods that were badly misshapen and well below normal yields, due to the trees’ lack of ability to absorb water and nutrients from the ground as a result of the smaller root balls.

    Score one for the carpet-bagging GMO hucksters. You pays your money and you takes your chance.

    The local cocoa industry should recover within the decade, according to some estimates.

    • goshawks on July 7, 2018 at 4:04 am

      On “if the human genome has a built-in defense mechanism,” that brings up a metaphysical point: Assuming we are spiritual beings inhabiting a physical body, at what point does genetic manipulation produce a ‘kick-back’ from the Unseen? Small stuff like eye color or number of fingers/toes might not matter to a Host. But there may be a threshold where the Host says Nah and triggers a “built-in defense mechanism,” resulting in the death of that body.

      On “a ‘kill switch’ to prevent further editing,” I wonder if the original ‘work’ included switching-off advanced abilities. After all, Enlil & Enki wanted a worker/slave race – not someone who could give them the single-finger salute and be able to back it up. So, the biological ‘kill switch’ would be a safeguard. On the positive side, DNA changes over the eons may be degrading that ‘kill switch’, resulting in randomly-spawned Gifted individuals. And on the negative side, the Elites may have noticed this, and are looking to edit-out this ‘kill switch’ for their progeny. Kahn; KHAN !

      • Robert Barricklow on July 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm

        Interesting line of thought that touches on some aspects I’d been contemplating in regards to intelligent parsitic deep time hosts.

      • augenguy on July 7, 2018 at 8:58 pm

        As manifestations of vibrations/waves in the Aether, it makes perfect sense that anything changing the DNA “antenna” would cause issues with the physical expression.

        The implications are enormous and fascinating to ponder.

        • Kahlypso on July 11, 2018 at 5:08 am

          Your whole body vibrates Augenguy, you’re made of water, check cymatics. DNA isnt an antenna, your body is. Check Chakras, check ELF, check Schumann Resonance.
          DNA is constructed in primal form by electricity. Check Quarks. Made up of energy – matter is energy.

      • Kahlypso on July 11, 2018 at 5:03 am

        Enlil didnt want the worker race, he considered it an abomination against the Creator’s will. He sure as heck went Annunacrazy when he found out his people were boom booming the local clay..and making the Egyptians.. 🙂
        They made sure we couldnt give them the finger because they hid their weapons.. until Sargon got his hands on them. By which point I think the humans were already worshipping brass statutes and feeding the priests rather than the they’d proabably died out or left..or been bred out. I’m thinking that the science got lost because they were trying to keep it hidden from the masses and eventually the guardians of the knowledge became as thick as the humans they were breeding with. So they just forgot how to use it and understand it.

  3. goshawks on July 6, 2018 at 11:08 pm

    NonGMO_Alchemy, thanks for your instructive reply. As to the spiritual/karma aspect, I visited India in the early 80s. Amongst other healer/guru types, I met Sathya Sai Baba who was renowned for real healing abilities. As a result, there were many people attending each ‘session’ at his Bangalore ashram, where he would walk up and down a long line of ill folks and choose a few to work on.

    I was curious about how Sai Baba selected a particular person, so I asked a long-term disciple. It turned out that Sai Baba would only ‘tap’ a person for healing if they had already completed their karma – that karma which had earlier-manifested in a particular disease/condition for fulfillment. That way, he was only ‘accelerating’ a person back to their now-justified, healthy, normal state. If he cured a person of a disease/condition with the karma still uncompleted – which he could do – the person’s spirit/soul would simply ‘manifest’ another disease/condition to complete the karma. Profound…

    (I am really curious how the negative Elite expect not to have major ‘negative’ karma in future lifetimes…)

    • goshawks on July 6, 2018 at 11:10 pm

      (Oops, this was meant to be a reply to NGA, way below…)

    • Kahlypso on July 11, 2018 at 5:15 am

      (sorry for shouting but everyone needs to understand this.. these evil people thnk that they are getting a free ticket for all the murder and pain that they create.. they really do. However.. the worst part, is they let people know what they are doing. They let parts of the plan fall through, so that people can inform themselves, if they know what to look for and where to look. Ergo they can justify their actions to themselves. The victims were informed, they did nothing to stop it, therefore, they are complacent and no bad kharma is produced.
      Why do you think the Indian Religion has lasted for so long?? (BECAUSE INANNA stole the ME’s..) sorry..

  4. marcos toledo on July 6, 2018 at 6:47 pm

    What comes to mind when I read these articles is Lab 05 from Fullmetal Alchemist anime. What a win for our sadist elites to slowly torture us to death in the name of health improvement and have us their victims pay for this through taxes and medical appointments.

  5. Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    The simple answer that they don’t tell the public of the studies is the elitist meme:

    The researchers also know what’s not supposed to reported; if they want to continue swimming in the current payroll stream

    • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2018 at 4:58 pm

      Interesting though that – a sort of Apple proprietary built-in-the-DNA-script.
      A sort of: Don’t Tread On Me epigenetic rattlesnake venomous response trigger.

  6. Levi G on July 6, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    My own step-Father who is a Boeing QA Inspector, came to me about two months ago exclaiming there was a new technology advertised on the latest ‘60 Minutes’ call Crispy or something. He said it will cure all diseases and only people with money (like him, so he thinks) will be able to edit their genes. I said BRUH, that hellish technology has been around since the 90’s and what I learned in Biology classes showed that when you touched one part of the genetic sequence, multiple parts unrelated to the specific edited gene, showed unforeseen/unpredictable mutations that basically did more harm than good. So, at some level of college biology, this stuff is taught as fact. Also taught is how GMO’s do a similar thing when the RNA is zipped off and incorporated into Human DNA.

    • Levi G on July 6, 2018 at 1:01 pm

      Oh, and he also thought it was a brilliant idea to invest in the stocks for CRISPR. Lol! Whoops.

  7. Richard on July 6, 2018 at 7:56 am

    To paraphrase Albert, ‘You cannot solve a problem with the same kind of thinking that you used to create it.’. . Or something similar of what Albert Einstein is said to have spoken. . .

    . . . By a similar reckoning, in one’s humble opinion, one (as a species) must understand epigenesis far better than current medical science allows. . . Starting with the unadulterated “master gene code” from the beginning before disease and chaotic out-of-control cell growth (cancers) came into being or were first recognized as more than evil spirits, might be such a start, if such a start exists. . . Until that sort of knowing is certain, where genes are concerned, it seems to be laden with its probabilities and permutations well beyond a programmed splicer, if not well into a quantum particalization process one can only begin to formulate an idea about. . . Working with the very small is what is taking place when one tangles with the gene code. . . Working with the body processes for now seems a safer route. . .

    . . . The question still goes begging, though, ask yourself, “How does one separate observer-experimenter bias within an experiment when it has a multitude of contaminants that role play as they taint the experiment from the beginning?”. . . “How is successful repetition determined?” . . Hedging on the overall process still seems to be risky, if not a slight tweak where long term consequences linger. . . At present, there does not seem to be an easy answer – Only a decision to be made while reducing risks as best as possible with the most reliable data known. . . It should NOT be left up to profit shares and in my opinion should not even be associated with profit shares. . .

    • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2018 at 5:34 pm

      Market-driven-science as business should be a no brainer.
      Too bad the leadership is consumed of, by, and for by no-brainers.

  8. WalkingDead on July 6, 2018 at 7:23 am

    One might suspect that “they” have figured out that just killing you outright isn’t profitable. Now that “they” have lowered the birth rate to below replacement level through weaponized vaccines and food, step 2 is the SLOW culling for maximum profit with “plausible deniability”.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2018 at 5:36 pm

      More profits on the reaping vines of slow death.

  9. anakephalaiosis on July 6, 2018 at 6:50 am

    Ability to “take a stand” and “honor agreement” is epigenetic trait as well. Without it, man would be a crawling worm with forked tongue.

    Endgame of social engineering a human reptile into being has been done before. Fighting the dragon is the underlying biblical narrative.

    Baal worship, that Samuel warns about, is “homosexual” worship of the “king-of-the-hill”. Are we subjects or free men?

  10. Lee B Langer on July 6, 2018 at 6:46 am

    When I read this, the opening scene from”I am legend” popped into my head. I hope this scene does not happen.
    Facinating nothertheless.

  11. goshawks on July 6, 2018 at 5:50 am

    Biologists have noted many similarities between the ability of stem cells to replicate and the ability of cancer cells to replicate. Indeed, some researchers have suggested that mature cells which turn cancerous may have effectively ‘reverted’ to (damaged) stem cells due to corruption in the DNA coding…

    This suggests that the consequences of editing cells’ genomes with CRISPR-Cas9 would have a natural variability based on PRIOR genetic disturbances to that cell (due to living in today’s world). Any research/studies might have to factor-in the age of the cells being modified. (Plus, perhaps pre-sorting to get the most-undamaged cellular DNA for an individual.)

    In turn, this suggests that one might look for the ‘youngest’ cells possible for any individual upon-which to use CRISPR-Cas9. Perhaps pulling a stem cell and then using a newly-documented ‘daughter cell’. Or a stem cell itself. The freezing of placenta tissue as a method to store an individual’s placental stem cells might become popular in this regard.

    Editing cells’ genomes with CRISPR-Cas9 is like playing with nitroglycerine. One should study the risks/consequences accordingly…

    • NonGMO_Alchemy on July 6, 2018 at 1:41 pm

      Many cancer researchers have noted that as humans grow older they naturally develop cancer cells in the body. However, the cancer cells will only metastasize if the individual’s immune system is compromised. So to your point, crisping young cells while boosting the immune system (or only crisping on individuals with healthy immune systems) could overcome the cancer side effects.

      However, my concerns with this technology as well as others such as GMO’s and attempts to “resleeve” our consciousness with new transhuman golems is that nowhere do I see public discussions of the metaphysical implications of these 3D technologies. For instance, what are the implications of curing an illness / genetic disability for a person whose karma led them to that physical vehicle in this life so that they could comprehend certain lessons that would allow them to awaken their consciousness further and evolve their consciousness quicker?

      Is there no discussion of the spiritual / metaphysical / consciousness aspects because they are “rational” scientists who deem these dimensions non-relevant or worse non-existent? Or is there a concerted effort from various guiding institutions to marginalize / discredit the spiritual / metaphysical / consciousness so that they can more efficiently run their ponzi schemes extracting energy (in all of its forms) from individuals by suppressing / dumbing down the consciousness of individuals?

      • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2018 at 5:48 pm

        Extremely relevant points.
        There is an extreme prejudice against the living in this waste-based-monopolized economy. As I said before there needs to be an economic global economic paradigm shift to a living economy.

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