There's a fascinating new article from our friends at that was spotted and passed along by V.T., and this one has my high octane speculation motor revving up, for it concerns non-DNA related transmission of parental experience to offspring via a father's sperm:

Discovery identifies non-DNA mechanism involved in transmitting paternal experience to offspring

What is fascinating here is that this is yet another confirmation of the idea that DNA is not the sole influence upon the heritage of offspring; other factors are involved:

"The big breakthrough with this study is that it has identified a non-DNA based means by which sperm remember a father's environment (diet) and transmit that information to the embryo," says Sarah Kimmins, Ph.D., the senior author on the study and the Canada Research Chair in Epigenetics, Reproduction and Development. The paper builds on 15 years of research from her group. "It is remarkable, as it presents a major shift from what is known about heritability and disease from being solely DNA-based, to one that now includes sperm proteins. This study opens the door to the possibility that the key to understanding and preventing certain diseases could involve proteins in sperm."

"When we first started seeing the results, it was exciting, because no one has been able to track how those heritable environmental signatures are transmitted from the sperm to the embryo before," adds Ph.D. candidate Ariane Lismer, the first author on the paper. "It was especially rewarding because it was very challenging to work at the molecular level of the embryo, just because you have so few cells available for epigenomic analysis. It is only thanks to new technology and epigenetic tools that we were able to arrive at these results."

What I found intriguing here is the suggestion of paternal influences on offspring that are not DNA-related, but that are somehow tied to other material and physical factors such as proteins. This is of personal interest to me, because many readers here know of my problems with alcoholism. As I look at my family, it's interesting to note that my father and all of his three brothers were alcoholics, as was their uncle (my paternal grandfather's brother), and many of my cousins from my father's brothers also had tendencies to heavy drinking and/or alcoholism.  The comparison is particularly acute, since on my mother's side heavy drinking or alcoholism are almost totally absent in her, her parents, her uncles, aunts, siblings, or her nieces and nephews. It has been known for some time that babies born to drug addicts are often born addicted as well, but the new study suggests that a tendency can be inherited as well, a tendency having nothing to do with the DNA "nature", so to speak, and everything to do with the protein "context."

It's that "context" that makes me wonder if, in fact, proteins might be responsible for other phenomena, rather than DNA, such as "memories" of "past lives," and so on. It may sound like a silly idea, but again in my own personal case, there's something "odd" about my personal likes and dislikes. I am, of course, fascinated by traditional and patristic Christian theology; I attempt to adhere to it. But how do I account for my otherwise inexplicable fascination with types of technology from the 1930s and 1940s, such as steam locomotives? As far back as I can remember, I have had this fascination, but no explanation for it. It's just "there."Similarly, I have a fascination with old automobiles, say from the 1910s up to the mid 1930s. Again, I'm the least mechanically-inclined person you could meet, and I don't know a solenoid from a carburetor. Yet, again, it's just "there." Perhaps the reader of this blog has had some sort of similar experience. But reading this article, I have to wonder, because my father for a significant period of his youth was an engineer for railroads (not the kind in the locomotive, but the kind concerned with track condition, construction, and maintenance). His brother also worked for a railroad all his life.

So I wonder about the extent of these types of "contextual" influences on heritage, that might be less in the genes, and more in the "context".  Can these influences be somehow "imprinted" on protein configuration? The article seems to suggest they can. This would imply - here comes today's high octane speculation - that there may exist certain types of "protein templates" that arise from prolonged exposure to certain types of behavior and action. If so, then perhaps "likes" and "dislikes" could literally be programmed (or reprogrammed) via such protein "templates."

In this respect, I find the article's mention that this finding is the result of 15 years of research disconcerting, because it implies that if I can think of it, "they" probably already did, and are busily at work trying to perfect the idea...

... can you say mRNA "vaccines"?

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. Loxie Lou Davie on May 9, 2021 at 1:40 pm

    What about Lamarkism???

  2. jimaparks on April 24, 2021 at 6:45 pm

    Why is it necessarily bad to want to alter genetics to improve health? I think it’s paranoid to think there are conspiracies behind everything, though there are certainly conspiracies behind lots of things, and they aren’t so hard to figure out. “Follow the money” is good advice, but to do that you have to show that there is a profit motive behind alleged nefarious schemes. Billionaires seem to be doing pretty well benefitting from obvious human weaknesses. Most do their bidding without complicated manipulations.

    But back to my opening sentence. Genetic manipulation might be bad, not because we will become a race of drones, but because of unintended consequences of the therapies. Yet what’s so great about holding on to the genetics we were born with? These genetics are a result of evolution, which helped us survive and reproduce – which is all evolution cares about, if I may anthropomorphize it. But the long-term results are not always ideal for our existence.

    But to address the subject of alcoholism, I can say that my parents were light drinkers, and goth sets of grandparents were complete abstainers. Yet here I am, a now abstaining alcoholic who had bad problems with drinking in his youth. What happened? Why did drinking appeal so much to me? Was it genetic or environmental. Probably both, I would say. One or more of my grandparents could have had an early bad experience with alcohol and decided they should stay away from it. Certain environmental factors could have fostered that abstention. I can add in a history of depression and anxiety to my predilection, which were certainly problems my mother had.

    I don’t think there’s a conscious effort by msm, whatever that means, to promote one kind of science news over another. I recently read a mainstream article about the stomach brain, which is believed to result from the millions of bacteria in our gut, and communicate with our head brain. The idea I get from this is that humans are a gestalt of all our bodily processes – there’s not a mind-body dualism. I also leave room for the idea that a physical processes aren’t just producers of our consciousness, but conduits. But that’s another story.

    • Roger on April 24, 2021 at 8:33 pm

      It’s not just about money to those on top. It’s about domination. And many of them seem to believe, according to their various writings and speeches, in drastically reducing the world’s population one way or another. We just don’t trust their products and suspect we are often unwittingly used as guinea pigs. And it seems wherever they release GMO mosquitos, all kinds of bad mosquito born diseases that are not native to the area of release pop up at the same time. The mosquitos are just one thing they’ve been caught using for nefarious purposes while preaching they are releasing them to do good. Their vaccine reasoning doesn’t stand up to an exercise in reason, ergo we are doubly suspicious about what they are really up to. They have a horrible track record. But of course these same sciences can be used for great things if good people with good intentions were behind them. No doubt they have discovered great things and are keeping them secret for themselves and use the they are already too overpopulated as it is so we can’t let them discover this excuse. It looks to many careful observers like they have formed a special club and we are not in it and have been designated their enemy. Just bad PR on their part?

    • Krista tiffy on April 26, 2021 at 10:52 am

      Yes, interesting.
      I was working out at a gym many years ago , trying to overcome severe depression, (antibiotics and Vax possible side effects) and the manager was telling me all about ‘good gut health’ and the brain.
      Which all sounded kind of gross, actually.
      But now it kinda makes sense, because of the complex methylation processes that involve the breakdown of bacterias and sugars, all part of the lost insights into ‘nutrition’.
      I am quite sure we are all missing some important molecules and amino acids….now….
      I think we inherit temperament from our a ancestors.
      But that’s been under attack for a long time .
      It is Certainly not ‘fashionable ‘, to have certain dispositions that would set us apart from the ‘herd’.
      Thus, certain tendencies (nature abhors a vacuum) find an ‘outlet’
      In my experience ‘alcholism’ is a Jesuit construct, for those who have a certain relationship to ‘gravity ‘.
      Bourbon , anyone?

  3. mostlylurking on April 22, 2021 at 5:37 pm

    This may be of interest to you and perhaps a springboard: “Following a new collaboration between UiO and research groups in Nottingham and Oxford, it has now been revealed that RNA has a direct effect on DNA stability, according to Professor Klungland’s research.” : “The understanding of how genetic information is stored and expressed has advanced considerably since the “central dogma” asserted that genetic information flows from the nucleotide sequence of DNA to that of messenger RNA (mRNA) which in turn specifies the amino acid sequence of a protein. It was found that genetic information can be stored as RNA (e.g. in RNA viruses) and can flow from RNA to DNA by reverse transcriptase enzyme activity. In addition, some genes contain introns, nucleotide sequences that are removed from their RNA (by RNA splicing) and thus are not represented in the resultant protein. Furthermore, alternative splicing was found to produce variant proteins from a single gene.”

    Sheds a whole new light on what that mRNA gene therapy mystery synthetic material encased in polyethylene glycol might do; why think of the possibilities! I’m sure they have.

  4. Randy on April 22, 2021 at 2:44 pm

    Now just think about “generational satanic” “bloodlines” ????????

  5. alisonbell on April 22, 2021 at 12:01 pm

    I have found that there are many deep seated behaviors that come from my parents that I didn’t wish to replicate in my life. Most of which, by self observation, I have been able to re-direct. Rather than see this in a DNA frame, rather, I see it as a vibratory situation. I chose to repattern my self in certain circumstances. It has worked, but it takes work. DNA is an antenna, it vibrates at certain frequencies, but, as has been proven in myriad ways in myriad odd studies, it does not have to control what you will do. In a way, you can effectively ‘tune’ your own DNA to receive a variance on either side of its main frequency thus changing your adaptability and your range of response. It takes work, but it’s worth it. As to the above article – I can see the use of that research already in frequency bombardment (bless their black little hearts) and, well, they can stuff it!

    • FiatLux on April 22, 2021 at 5:51 pm

      I wonder if there’s some form of quantum entanglement involved. As in: DNA from one family member somehow resonating with that of another family member, even when separated by distance or generations (i.e., separated by time). Regardless, I do agree we can, with work, change the frequencies we resonate with.

    • Laura on April 23, 2021 at 4:18 pm

      I agree. And your message is important for mental health :
      “I chose to repattern my self in certain circumstances. It has worked, but it takes work. DNA is an antenna, it vibrates at certain frequencies, but, as has been proven in myriad ways in myriad odd studies, it does not have to control what you will do.”

  6. zendogbreath on April 22, 2021 at 1:31 am

    Good one Doc.
    Someone please forward this to Goshawks.
    Finally we get to see epigenetics getting developed a bit further. I can relate too. Irish with plenty of Irish relatives who went the hard route. Had a lot to do with staying out from all influences (almost absolutely) since 1981. Like Wim Hof says, I make my own highs internally.

    The talk about engineering us is more than a bit upsetting. Reading all day about lame arguments to support cv1984 being shot down and then I run across articles showing nothing but doubling down everywhere by leaders selling more lies. Saw a picture today of Greek PM at his desk petting his dog and the GAB poster was quick enough to notice a copy of Schwab’s C19: Great Reset sitting on his desk.

    Now I am closing out the day sending links to myself and saw this one.
    I cut and pasted it to my email as below

    They want you off the face of the earth.

    The sooner, the better.

    The Powers that Be aim to kill off 95% of the world’s population by 2030.

    The Great Reset: The Ramblings of the Demented Herr Schwab

    Klaus declares unvaccinated people to be a Threat to Humanity.

    Insists there will definitely be “other pandemics and other major health emergencies” in the years to come.

    Believes “nobody will be safe” unless “everybody is vaccinated.”

    Contends it does not matter if a “vaccine” is experimental and still undergoing clinical trials. If the government says you should get it, then you have to get it.

    Nobody will be able to buy or sell anything without first being “vaccinated.”

    “We need a Great Reset.
    You will own nothing, have no privacy, and you’ll be happy.”

    ~ Klaus Schwab

    Follow @Bainbridge5 ?
    and all who repost

    Then I emailed it to myself on Instead of receiving my own email to myself I got this on a mailer daemon.

    Sorry, we were unable to deliver your message to the following address.
    554: Message not allowed – [PH01] Email not accepted for policy reasons. Please visit

    How long have they censored my email? Why are they openly doing it now?

    • Sandygirl on April 25, 2021 at 9:04 am

      How many people have sent messages to their friends… Who never received them.

    • Richard on April 26, 2021 at 4:42 am

      Seems to be some kind of textual filtration. Might be a good idea to review any changes in those updates to various carrier accounts. The ones many folks tend to ignore. Those “service agreements.” probably need a team of attorneys to decipher it.

  7. anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 12:34 am

    The Holy Writ is definitely a “war and wine manual”.

    War: 280 occurrences.
    Wine: 248 occurrences.

    1. Normally, one uses alcoholic brew to raise the spirit, and boost the speech, when doing verbal battle.

    2. Bardic power talk demands a rush of energy, and physical stamina, and alcohol is rocket fuel in verbal battle.

    3. In war, there are casualties, that fall by the way side. In ancient Norse law, “ølfør” (beer-able) was criterion for sanity.

    4. Gulating’s Law states, that “inheritance, after a man, can not be divided, as long as he is beer-able, horse-able, and has wits”.

    5. Without thought and intent, towards a flashpoint, wine is better left alone. One does not use sword to slice bread, nor does one drink wine as water.

    6. The Scythian martial art – the original yoga – produces the stamina of the Bard, and alcoholic brew is just dietary supplement, to prolong stamina.

    Today, I do not need alcohol, to produce the effects of alcohol, as it comes natural to me, to blow all the fuses in the theater, and a hole in the roof.

    The inherent trait of the exploding spirit – that runs in bloodlines – makes my flesh tent a primary target for foxhunt, by pretenders on thrones.

    The ancient Norse called this bloodline phenomenon “fylgje” – the fetch – that one is taken over by, when the smoke is on the waters.

    In the camp of the saints, these traits – that run in bloodlines – are just plain ordinary, whereas those uninitiated tend to view them as supernatural.

    Breaking the Seven Seals is about NOT running away from oneself. Instead, one stares oneself straight in the eye, heading for a wrestling match.


  8. Roger on April 21, 2021 at 8:20 pm

    I trained a German Shepard dog to be a bird dog once. I bred it to my sisters Shepard and when he got ran over I got a pup from his liter. When the pup was old enough to begin training I was amazed at how little effort it took and for many of the things I had taught it’s sire it seemed to already know as if it had already been trained. I’ve also heard that bird dogs several generations removed from actual working hunting dogs are difficult to train and usually are not as good as those from parents that were trained to hunt. I had some wolf hybrids that were one generation away from a wild born wolf from Alaska’s tundra that were extremely skittish of any human scent or being besides me. They never would allow anyone but me to get anywhere near them nor would they eat anything that had another human’s scent on it but mine. I’ve seen others that come from zoo lines or breeders of several generations of tame wolves and hybrids that were not skittish at all even when not socialized from a young age. I socialized mine with other people from just a few weeks but mine still didn’t trust anyone but me who they saw every day. I had the theory that not all junk DNA is junk and that somehow knowledge was passed down as well. Maybe some of it is in the proteins and other stuff.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 1:11 am

      All men are born schizoid, within the HUMANUS operating system, the papal Stockholm syndrome.

      When the seventh seal is broken, awareness is set free, away from the dragon brain, that seeks to regain that control.

      Jack London depicts a proud four-legged spirit, that ventures back to nature, leaving fallen men, by the wayside.

      Race is a race, and it flows like river, Ea.

  9. FiatLux on April 21, 2021 at 7:53 pm

    It’s been my observation that people from groups with a shared history of certain kinds of trauma tend to have a higher incidence of certain disorders, physical or mental, even if the individuals with the disorders never experienced that trauma themselves and the trauma is several generations in the past. People are born with all kinds of interests, talents, proclivities (sexual orientation being one, in my opinion), and problems that can manifest themselves at a very young age for no apparent reason; I’ve seen some of these things pop up in family members, say cousins, who are blood relatives but who were raised in totally different environments, so it has to be more “nature” than “nurture.” I wonder if this discovery could help explain or confirm some of these phenomena.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 1:56 am

      I am a wild animal, cloaked under disguise of a perfect gentleman. When I am confronted with feminism, I simply respond – with a glaring stare of a piercing gaze – and feminism recoils immediately.

      The female intuition goes on a high alert, when it detects a lion present, even though the lion is very playful and forthcoming friendly, because a lion can ALWAYS draw claws in an instant.

      When confronted, with the tragedy of parental pruning of young spirits, one can only burst into flames of the Phoenix – to show the way – by being an example, in the cultural realm.

      There are limits to patience though, when the WRATH takes over, and the dragon starts to breathe fire:

  10. marcos toledo on April 21, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    I have been drawing since I was a child my father took up drawing and took a correspondence class in art. Could have helped in my artistic abilities and I have always liked ancient history I wonder where I got those tastes especially Roman History.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 2:13 am

      The process of drawing can become a highly meditative state, that merges Narcissus with the image.

      One can become natural high, in spirit, submerged in the moment, when the flesh is at rest.

      Then awareness overflows, fills the room, and the neighborhood, and the birds sing in the forest.

      Man becomes a TREE.

  11. Richard on April 21, 2021 at 7:06 pm

    Another tidbit added to what makes up the biosphere. An extension on, you are what you eat, get exposed to (healthily and carcinogenicity), ingest, breathe in, are irradiated with, and other daily consumables indirectly or directly. Toxins, poisons, and reduced resistance to other biologicals have been items in certain laboratories for a number of reasons from civil complaints to ‘let’s see what this combination does and can it be made profitable.’

    [Organism] as much of a word as it is, is quite the collection of complex interactions of its parts and their influence upon each other. Usually this is the result of something a little more than a symbiosis as the parts seem to work and live well together. At least, theoretically.

    Most organisms are far from being a protein blob in a petri dish but their formations, protein expressions, establish certain parameters. In part from the chemicals, they’re made. No revelation there but given the multitude of variables they can be manipulated, coerced (vaccines do coerce the cell structures of the immune system to act, favorably one hopes), aid through reinforcement of design, and are acted on by external force (or set of forces, like those of traditional physics, for instance).

    In one’s humble opinion, there’s a great deal that the individual picks up from the environment unawares. That which is memorable seems regularly reinforced because of certain chosen actions mixed with reactions. The stuff of messenger DNA brings a host of items, too. Somehow, an ignorance-is-bliss approach seems wreackless.

    Gonadal repair, to extend their reference (their histones), almost sounds like an adjunct to genetic engineering at intersection 23. Not one to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations” but their tinkering might even suggest that that removal of ‘natural sin,’ or indoctrination of a certain inclination have merit, too, from another frame of reference given how busy humankind already is with their specific and preferred ways of Being environmentally.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 2:55 am

      The addictive nicotine is a natural cleansing agent, for the pineal gland, and so is iodine, and all the freshness, in the fruit juice.

      When the pineal gland is clogged, the brain must work harder, to produce “clear cut clarity”. By evil design, docile populations are produced, by constant iodine deficiency.

      Yoga increases stamina, by cleansing out toxins, that are clogged up, in muscle fibers. Stamina affects the brain indirectly, since lack of oxygen produces delusional euphoria.

      Correct response, to present viral hysteria, is to bring on YOGA, as Scythian martial art:

      • Don B on April 22, 2021 at 11:54 am

        ANAKEPHALAIOSIS…….You may be on to something there. I used to be a heavy smoker up to my early 50s, and I quit due to the increase in the price of cigarettes at 75 cents a pack, and consequently my thinking did seem to be slower and more sluggish, but I think I finally adapted to it, plus I quit drinking Jack Daniels ‘straight up’ due to diabetes… same as my father. People asked how could I be a diabetic being so trim. Genes I would say, but with the above excellent blog by Dr. Farrell, maybe something else. ???

  12. Laura on April 21, 2021 at 2:26 pm

    is there a way to link the protein theory to reincarnation and the context – the happenstance of interaction?
    as for alcohol, I am one of those sissies that ‘can’t shoot a whiskey’ and occasionally sips wine. I could never get over the ‘that tastes terrible moment’

    • anakephalaiosis on April 22, 2021 at 3:24 am

      The FYLGJA is the same, as the morphogenetic field, just more expressed in some individuals, whom one perceives, as holy.

      BARDIC are those, who are in the process of becoming. DRUIDIC are those, who have become focal point of morphogenetic field.

      Leaping between lives can be seen, as a singing whale fish, swimming under water, while occasionally breaking surface to breathe.

      The FYLGJA is non-corporeal, and non-spatiotemporal, whereas man has a flesh suit, and is glued into an eternal now.

  13. Roger on April 21, 2021 at 12:58 pm

    If I knew for sure what caused me to become alcohol intollerant I could bottle it. I suspect it was too many antibiotics in a roll when my copd was being misdiagnosed as a chest infection. But how ever it happened drinking causes me to get sever sinus flare ups, sinus pressure headaches like you would not believe that lasts for 24 hours. It got me to quit drinking real quick as well as a few other drinkers I know.

  14. Robert Barricklow on April 21, 2021 at 12:15 pm

    Typical of the inhuman puppet masters to “think”
    “They” “know” about “life” and can therefore re-engineer life/”it”.
    So man has an “it” trying to re-engineer “it”.
    At, the very least; life should have life, re-engineering life.
    Which, in fact happens; w/an environment and the topological metaphor, and… ? The question is unanswered; because,
    man does not “know” “everything”. That’s God’s “work”.
    [all quotations, are because
    the questions/answers are deeper than words can express.
    To today’s post.

    Of course, the narrative of DNA – being the life tool, to end all tools.
    But, remember; “they” have been crafting man’s language
    for too damn long. Hell, “they” engineered man long ago.
    If so; that was after God.
    Now, that’s got to be a high-class sin; of the highest order!

    “They” use the “camel’s nose”; to end all keys, into-the-tent, tools:
    ‘The key to understanding and preventing certain diseases’.
    Of course “they” don’t forget to give thanks to the technology Gods:
    ‘It is only thanks to new technology
    and epigenetic tools that we were able to arrive at these results’.
    First off: ‘results’ were the solution,
    before the problem/reaction formula was written down.
    And second; thanks to the puppet master’s press choir singing in sync,
    all those high praises to the white-robed lab rat priests, of the darkest masonic orders – that true thanks are due.

    O.K. A protein is a type of large biomolecule which consists of mainly of one or more polypeptides, which are long chains of amino acids. There are about twenty amino acids. When we eat food containing protein, our digestive tracks break down that protein into its component amino acids, which is what we’re really after.
    So it’s really about amino acids; not protein.

    But, there’s much more to “life”
    than meets the lab priest’s dark masonic eyes.

    If anything; it is in the epigenetic vein, that the correlations lie.
    And “lie” is key, because it’s not accidental evolution, but “intelligent”; and more importantly – living beyond the boundaries of Earth.
    Dare I say, spiritual?

    Wouldn’t you know?
    A tap on my shoulder.[no “proof” read/that calls for a drink]
    I’m late…
    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on April 21, 2021 at 5:40 pm

      In truth, I had my last “drink” in 2005.
      No proof since then.
      But, I still like to joke about it.

  15. Apeiron on April 21, 2021 at 12:12 pm

    The traditional MSM picture of how genetics work is completely wrong, trying to tell us that we are nothing more than genetically programmed robots.

    The mentionned environmental influcences is usually called “Epigenetics” and indeed known for a long time. But genetics is crazily complicated. One “gene” usually code multiple of proteins. The very way the DNA unfolds in the cell modifies its expression. You’ll find articles about mice that have “genetic” predispositions (obesity, fear) which would disapear in the next generation if placed in the right social environment! The opposite would also hold true… The genetic expression (eg which proteins will be produced) also depends on the geometry (!) of the cell, eg if it’s somehow pressed or relaxed. (Could that simply explain the use of Yoga?).

    Another very encouraging information: Cells are in fact much less solid than usual pictures and behave more in a random half-liquid way… The behavior of cells also depend on environmental factors, (chemistry, radiation, but also geometry) and they communicate strongly with each other. So genetic damages which could typically lead to cancer will mostly not occur if the communication between cells and their environment is healthy…
    Isn’t that a nice paradigma for society?

    • Laura on April 21, 2021 at 1:29 pm

      Is that a new portmanteau— paradigma for paradigm and enigma? Good one. I like your reply. We need to strive to be healthy at the cellular and spiritual levels.

  16. Polyglot on April 21, 2021 at 12:08 pm

    Dr Farrell’s post and the comments in this thread remind me of two related phenomena:
    (A) Dr Jacques Benveniste’s experiments with “water memory” and its transmission over the internet.
    This was highly unorthodox science for which all his funding was withdrawn and his lab shut down. The research was continued and carried much further by Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2008. Dr Montagnier transmitted DNA over the internet from France to a lab in Italy!
    (B) Dr. Jim Tucker’s description of 2- and 3-year old children recalling past life memories (2500 cases), a project started by Dr. Ian Stevenson. When children bearing unusual scars began to speak, they described how the scars corresponded to mortal wounds inflicted by a knife or a bullet. Based on the children’s description of their families (parents, brothers and sisters etc) and where they lived, in some cases they were able to track down actual death certificates that showed people dying exactly as described by the children EVEN IF the victims spoke a completely different language and there was no opportunity for the parents to feed the children an appropriate story. As the children grew up, they stopped speaking of these weird memories.
    (A) and (B) cast doubt on a purely materialistic explanation of how our world works:
    {chemistry, biology and physics ONLY as described in current textbooks}
    {denial of the existence of souls or a spiritual dimension}

    • zendogbreath on April 22, 2021 at 1:47 am

      Makes me wonder what we are transmitting to each other here.

  17. Terminal Tom on April 21, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    sounds like fodder for the eugenics crowd, to me.

    • FiatLux on April 21, 2021 at 7:33 pm

      I thought the same thing as soon as I read “This study opens the door to the possibility that the key to understanding and preventing certain diseases could involve proteins in sperm.” It’s as if biologists’ kneejerk response to every discovery is: How can we sell this to the medical/pharmaceutical industry?

      • acorn on April 22, 2021 at 7:59 am

        As per always, Follow the Money…

  18. RonK on April 21, 2021 at 10:36 am

    Having issues with alcoholism has been a common problem with members of my father’s family on the male side and I have experienced this same problem as have my own sons. Thankfully there is a process of recovery.

    • OrigensChild on April 21, 2021 at 11:55 am

      Some of us are of mixed heritage. The majority of males in my family from the paternal side become alcoholics because they are Native American descent. We have Cherokee roots. Genetically most indigenous peoples here in the states, whatever that actually means is a bit unclear, do not have the genetic alchemy to shut down consumption once it begins. Yet, the same individuals have an easier time quitting the nicotine habit. Observational evidence aside, the point is, micro-evolution does occur in spades. As populations adapt to their diet and environment, the peoples do seem to possess minor physiological adjustments in their protein production to compensate for local stresses and appetites. In my comments below I am not suggesting the idea has no merits. I am saying the idea will be used to propagate an agenda. What I find terrifying is the scientific consensus that making the human race homogenous is a good thing. It sounds like the termination of a species.

  19. June on April 21, 2021 at 9:59 am

    Most of my working life has been in the area of addiction. We’ve long known about alcoholism male patterns, but by pattern, not the science. Some studies have suggested that in this particular pattern of alcoholism, the non-alcoholic sisters tend toward depression. But there are other patterns of alcoholism, too.

    • zendogbreath on April 22, 2021 at 1:44 am

      Have seen similar arguments for other diseases. Cancer is a good example. Best reasoning I have heard and read from docs is that it’s far more environment than genetic. When apparent similarities throughout generations is noted, this argument is that families share similarities in diet. And that all addiction is allergy and vice versa. The easiest time I’ve had avoiding alcohol came after removing grains completely from diet.

      Similar for smoking. Take out related biologics in food family. Nightshade family includes tomato, eggplant, peppers, potato,…… tobacco.

      • OrigensChild on April 22, 2021 at 12:10 pm

        With respect to cancer there are also forms that are virulent. What a wonder way for these new mRNA vaccines to produce novel cancers as unintended side effects given the insertion of the right genetic materials.

        • OrigensChild on April 22, 2021 at 12:10 pm

          wonderful way… I really need that edit.

  20. Verum on April 21, 2021 at 9:35 am

    I like some of the contextual theories posed here–metaphysical blueprint imprint, spiritual harassment! All relevant although with the exception of musicality I share almost no interest or hobby with any relative I’ve ever known.

    I also embrace the science shared by Sayer Ji (GreenMedInfo) and Dr Zach Bush regarding epigentic studies. Something like 98% of human DNA is comprised of microbial DNA and also that humans evolved through the process of evolving viruses (excuse my crude summary).

    Think of the implications. This is one of the primary reasons I’m partial to terrain theory, although in my personal health journey I have seen amazing impacts from antimicrobial protocols.

  21. OrigensChild on April 21, 2021 at 9:01 am

    Now, the eugenicists have yet another “scientific” justification for altering the genetic and protein framework of the “human” race in order to perfect their variation of the Ubermensch. Bill Gates built his financial empire on the premise that such vast wealth not only grants him the financial and social status to engage in his own private fantasies, but it also gives him the moral justification to impose his grand-mother’s agenda in a totally new way. His apparent “conversion” to genetics was not a recent thing, but was the occult agenda driving his pirating past. This modern incarnation of the Nazi party, alive and well in the new corporate America, is determined to instantiate its vision of “utopia” for the governance of man using genetics–to “serve” mankind. The problem is: I do not intend to be on another Nazi’s dinner menu–both figuratively and literally.

    Yet, this agenda is not just a German one: it seems at the heart of fascistic oligarchy in all of its manifestations. This leads me to the following analogy derived from the fusion of biology and politics.

    Biology : inheritance :: governance : genealogy.

    Hovering in the background is the ancient idea of “Divine Right of Kings”.

  22. Billy Bob on April 21, 2021 at 8:33 am

    The reason as we grow older we resemble and act more more like our parents?

  23. Jheronimus Bosch on April 21, 2021 at 8:29 am

    Regarding the idea that DNA is not the only influence on the inheritance of offspring and that other factors may come into play, a metaphysical factor can also be considered: our unconscious relationship with the departed, in particulary our deceased loved ones and relatives.

    As for alcoholism, I know psychics who observe entities around clubs and pubs who try to satisfy their craving for booze (which temporary goes on after being excarnated) by partially incorporating themselves into the etheric bodies of the living drunks who hang out there.

    The reality of the dead who are mainly unconsciously part of our daily lives, has also been a tool for gaining political influence and power by certain secret brotherhoods who know of these secrets: using the powers of the deceased lodge brothers who kept earth-bounded and are connected to the living lodge brothers. This is a tool of influence and mind control that I never encounter in the literature on this subject.

    So, in response to Dr. Farrells wondering to what extent these kinds of “contextual” influences on heritage, which may be less in the genes, and more in the “context”, this metaphysical context can also be considered.

    After all, DNA is the physical expression of a metaphysical blueprint.

  24. KSW on April 21, 2021 at 8:19 am

    And who is say, really, that your own spirit wasn’t involved previously with the things you’re interested in?

  25. Bluenose on April 21, 2021 at 8:05 am

    “Like father like son” or “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” are 2 explanations used locally for ages and are used elsewhere I’m sure. This used to be in the realm of common sense, not science.

  26. anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2021 at 6:20 am

    I am a bottle of booze, born of spirit, not flesh.

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