Every now and then I get a very unusual article from all of you that I have to pass along, together with my usual high octane speculation, and that's the case with today's blog article that was spotted and shared by S.D. This one clearly falls into the high octane questions and speculations  category, and I think you'll see why as soon as you read the title:

Destroying Our Connection to God with Gene Editing Injections

There's nothing for it but to dive right in; from the beginning of the article:

More than a hundred years ago, Rudolf Steiner wrote that. “In the future, we will eliminate the soul with medicine. Under the pretext of a ‘healthy point of view’, there will be a vaccine by which the human body will be treated... so that the human being cannot develop the thought of the existence of soul and Spirit… He would be extremely smart, but he would not develop a conscience, and that is the true goal of some materialistic circles.”

Most regular readers of this website or participants in our members' vidchats know that I am not a big Rudolf Steiner fan. To put all my cards on the table, I find his writing dry, one dimensional, and unreadable, and the endless claims and assertions without the slightest attempt to cite any source from which he draws some of those assertions to be downright irritating and frustration almost without parallel. After all, he's German, and when it comes to footnotes, he should know better.  But in any case, Steiner's speculation here is one of the few that I think is highly intriguing, given its relationship to what follows in this article, and yes, while I have blogged about this subject before, it's time for a revision and extension of remarks. Consider the relation between Steiner's speculation, and the following exchange from the article on whether or not a  "God gene briefing" at the US Department of Defense was fake news or not:

A viral video which claims to be a leaked 2005 presentation to the DOD by American geneticist, Dean Hamer, shows a man briefing a room of men about the VMAT2 gene, the God gene, and how it can be suppressed with the use of vaccines.

"Excuse me, on the left over here, we have individuals who are religious fundamentalists, religious fanatics. And this is the expression RTPCR, real time PCR, expression of the VMAT2 gene. Our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people, that they have overexpression of the VMAT2 gene and that by vaccinating against this, we'll eliminate this behavior."

Now this last quotation, in the article, is followed by a little parenthetical comment that alleges it is fake, presumably because the alleged briefing was not a Department of Defense briefing, but a "home movie" that it was just a short film:

In 2021, former NEWS anchor, Ryan Harper, claimed in the San Francisco Chronicle that he created this video as a short film. But has provided no clear evidence to substantiate this claim. And if it is a hoax, then it appears to be disinformation, False information deliberately spread to employ strategic deceptions to advance political, military, or commercial goals. Because in 2009, Dean Hamer lectured at Marlboro College about this same subject.

"Well, it turns out at least one gene that's involved in spirituality has not been identified. It's one of many different players. The next slide shows it. It's something called the Vesicular Monoamine Transporter number two."

So the "God gene" is real. And apparently so is the effort to deploy means for its attenuation or even complete eradication, for the article goes on to link this article:

Erasing Humanity: Evidence of VMAT2 Deletion

In the second article, a connection is drawn to the covid injections and to the phenomenon that some of its recipients have reported a loss of emotionality, listlessness, of "connection" to others and even themselves. Returning to the first article, we note the following:

The VMAT2 gene is a protein that carries several vital neurotransmitters to synapses in the brain. It basically controls the central nervous system. Deleting it, known as a knockout, would greatly reduce these neurotransmitters creating an endless list of chronic health issues.

VMAT2 deletion is accomplished using the “SLC18A2 cDNA ORF clone” where “cDNA” is “Complimentary DNA.” Which is used in human cloning and genetically modifying an organism. In 2013, Supreme Court judges ruled that cDNA added to target cells in the human genome, makes a person patent eligible. And there are patents for using this to genetically edit the human VMAT2 gene and delete it. This can easily be done using simple CRISPR technology and is even sold online.

In a 2020 study on mice, VMAT2 gene deletion caused schizophrenia. In a 2022 study it caused Parkinson’s disease. In the American Journal of Human Genetics, a study on deleting the VMAT2 induces an “Intellectual Disability Syndrome” in humans. It causes autoimmune disorders, cerebral palsy, type 1 diabetes, and several other illnesses. Begging the question, as Dr. Love asks, “How long have pharma and the government been reducing our humanity through VMAT2 knockouts?”

VMAT2 deletion also causes fearfulness, psychiatric disorders, cardiac arrhythmia, cancer, and accelerated aging. While it’s unlikely that these sadistic mad scientists can cut us off from God, they are definitely doing their best to murder us. (Emphases added)

That list would seem, at least in part, to record some types of adverse reactions associated with the covid injections. At best, it's suggesting that its attenuation or utter removal results in a loss of reasoning ability, and even of physical control of one's body (both the voluntary and involuntary). But you will note that one of my own previous high octane speculations has been confirmed, for note that the Supreme Court of the USA has already ruled that genetic modifications done to edit out this gene  are patentable... other words, one could envision the Mon(ster)santo-GMO scenario on steroids, whereby "infection" with a modified gene of this nature could lead to assertions of property rights over an individual... a kind of "zombie slavery"...

That of course, leads me to my high octane speculation of the day, which must be asked in the form of a question: one assumes that the "God gene" is not the only such "spirituality-influencing" gene in the human genome, and that there may be other genes and even epigenetic factors involved. The question then becomes, is there or are there present, within animals and particularly the higher beasts, similar genes that enable their domestication, as these genes appear to enable human reason and emotional life?

I suspect there are, and I also suspect that just as "they" have already talked about putting their quackcines into the food supply to be ingested by the human population, they might attempt to do the same to the animals...

...if they haven't already. After all, they've pretty well tainted most of the rest of the food supply, and we do not need to catalogue how: chemtrails and aerial spraying, pesticides, steroids, and of course, genetic modifications (and who knows how many of these additives there really are?).

I'm reminded once again of that marvellous chapter, "Banquet at Belbury" of C.S. Lewis' That Hideous Strength, as these insane, godless, irrational and power-mad scientismists continue their mad experiments, that the animals, at least, have to good sense to revolt. After all, when one tries to remove that logos spermatikos of the "god gene" from humanity one ends up with all sorts of health problems, including mental health problems. One can only imagine what happens when one removes the logoi spermatikoi from the rest of the living world as well.

... 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".

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  1. bluelectricstorm on June 22, 2024 at 3:08 am

    Thanks for this cackling from the barnyard, Joseph. I turned it into a lovely post.

  2. bluelectricstorm on June 19, 2024 at 8:12 am

    LOL…..the “god gene”

    Joseph, this sounds like” luz bone 2.0.”

    they couldn’t ever really find that one, either

    From the Midrash, ancient rabbinical commentaries on the Torah.
    You can find a delightful chapter on “finding the soul” which includes the luz bone, location of the soul, in chapter two of “Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife” by Mary Roach.

    As a last resort, it was said to be a bone in the big toe. Once enough dissections had been done, and subsequent bone smashings, the luz, which was also claimed ot be indestructible, was proclaimed “balderdash”.
    Take my word for it, this is illusions time. What happened 18 to 20 yrs. ago? That’s what’s up again. Holy shit, thanks. Another 9-11 on the way?

  3. bluejay on June 4, 2024 at 5:01 pm

    Do you think these mechanisms persist in the progeny of those that have taken the “vaccine”? In other words, as someone who has not injected the experimental mRNA technology, am I inserting real risk into my lineage by procreating with someone who has?

  4. Ray Story on May 30, 2024 at 6:47 am

    When I deeply try to think of God I know somewhere in my brain there are active neurotransmitters that the satanic cult of control control cretins want to kill , eliminate or at least incapacitate . If that area of the brain can just be turned down with a remote frequency and then amplified when the controller wants, an Android like human might be created. I personally still believe completely killing a soul is beyond any human power and our soul is still the providence of God alone in this universe he created for us with souls. The micro sized receptors that could be deployed inside a human body to mimic soulful vibrations could be installed via several means such as inhalation of an accumulation spread daily using a Chemtrail aerosol soup , by needle using coerced injection as in a vaccination and even drank or eaten in the food supply itself and once so entrenched , might then be frequency activated and used to falsely mimic the sense of wellness that our connection with God gives a believer in the Holy Spirit.

  5. Nidster - on May 29, 2024 at 11:18 pm

    So, is there a “God gene”? I do not know, but it does seem to hold some ‘water’. Most of what follows is from my memory of reading about the research and medical practice on the pioneering work of Dr. Jeffrey Long. A physician by training, Dr Long practices radiation oncology at a hospital in Kentucky. He started keeping detailed records on some unusual accounts some of his patients experienced while under going surgery. He kept detailed records, and also conducted interviews with his patients after surgery. Here is one account of one of his patients that struck me as very unusual, but also highly credible. A young woman was a passenger in the rear seat of an automobile that was struck from behind by another car. It was a serious accident and the young woman suffered a serious brain injury. She made an amazing recovery, and was later able to giver an account of what she experienced while unconcious. She old an amazing story of being totally blind since birth, but while she was unconcious she was able to ‘see’ for the first time in her life. She along with about half of all the respondants also reported they ‘felt’ the presence of God, although they never claimed to have seen God.

    • Nidster - on May 29, 2024 at 11:53 pm

      Want to research more on the phenomenon of Near-Death Experience’s? Check the (NDE) website – just do a search and it will show in the results. It has loads of information, articles, stories, etc. No affiliation from me with the site, but almost everyone will find it to be highly informative, and it gives a person plenty of reasons to refute all sorts of misinformation.

  6. pauleric on May 28, 2024 at 1:53 pm

    Dr. Farrell is expecting footnotes from a clairvoyant (Rudolf Steiner)?

    • anakephalaiosis on May 29, 2024 at 2:43 am

      Rudolf Steiner subscribes to Goethe, who was Illuminati, and therefore compromised.

      Illuminati is a Catholic conspiracy, to replace Protestant kingdoms with Judaistic royalty.

      Claim of second sight, would be convenient, when referring to gossip from secret lodges.

      The Protocols of Freemasonic Inquisition:

      • anakephalaiosis on May 29, 2024 at 3:34 am

        • Ray Story on May 30, 2024 at 7:05 am

          Thank you for that link.
          I have a couple of advanced thinkers in my Bible Study Group that I want to share that link with plus they love the Muppet’s as well as country music.

      • pauleric on May 30, 2024 at 1:12 am

        It’s quite a stretch to assume that Steiner was compromised because of liking Goethe, who according to you was compromised.

  7. Michael UK on May 28, 2024 at 4:21 am

    I thought the pineal gland in the brain was the third eye and source of the soul and Spirituality. So does VMAT2 deletion destroy the brain stem and compromise cognitive ability?

  8. Evan B. on May 27, 2024 at 10:49 pm

    Sorry, Dr. Farrell, but (1) PCR can’t be used to generate the types of data it’s purported to, and thus anything based on said data is invalid; and (2) Ling proved that the cell membrane doesn’t exist in 1962. No membrane, no transport proteins (VMAT2). Therefore none of the evidence for a God gene you’ve presented is valid.

    The effects may still exist, of course.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 28, 2024 at 2:20 am

      The highest principle, in the Scriptures, is demonstratively of judicial nature, and therefore originally derived from Bronze Age politics, dressed up in popular folklore.

      The highest principle is induced, by means of deductive reasoning, which means, that were the highest principle to be removed, its underlying causation has to be suppressed.

      The mental capability, to scrape away the folly, and cut to the chase, is being clever about things, which is a trait, that imperialists try to breed out of subdued populations. That is called the “fox hunt”.

      According to Sun Tzu, knowledge of one’s own identity, and knowledge of enemy, go together, which explains the “fox hunt”.

      • anakephalaiosis on May 28, 2024 at 3:01 am

        BTW, I can write a whole book, about the “fox hunt”, from the perspective of the outspoken fox, which explains, why I have mercilessly become a brutal war machine, in response.

        On last Halloween, I was most disgracefully manhandled, by the parliamentary security in Oslo, and, on June 15th, I took revenge, by making the culprit into public mockery.

        Since Elijah’s Adon and Odin are a cognate, then Norse mythology sheds light on Bronze Age principles, which – in turn – dispels the “god gene” editing fantasies, as lunatic hoax, of the Roman Catholic Inquisition.

        A normal fox has two exits, whereas I expand, into all directions of the compass, simultaneously, which is druid.

        • anakephalaiosis on May 28, 2024 at 3:47 am

          BTW, in the Middle Ages, the Inquisition was engineering the devil out people, and, today, the Inquisition is engineering god out of people, and Anthony Fauci is notoriously affiliated with the Jesuits, who were the Inquisition, and, who later morphed into Jesuit-controlled Freemasonry, a controlled opposition, to covertly undermine Protestant nations, by placing Judaistic royalty on thrones, as papal double agents.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on May 28, 2024 at 9:57 am

      Thank you for the comment, so can you expand on this a bit, and how it relates to the “God gene”?

      • Evan B. on May 29, 2024 at 8:40 am

        I’m not sure I’m able to respond with the specificity you’re looking for, so I apologize in advance.

        PCR: The PCR fraud came to light in the wake of the PHEIC pandemic, whose validity hinged largely on the misuse of Dr. Kary Mullis’ invention. The good doctor having conveniently passed away the summer previous, he was no longer able to defend his long-maintained assertions that his Nobel prize-winning technique was unable to serve as the diagnostic tool for any disease. See e.g.:

        “If they could find this virus in you at all, and with the PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody,” Mullis said. “It starts to get you to believe in some kind of Buddhist notion, where everything is contained there and everything in between.”

        My layman’s understanding is that the PCR test must be tailored very specifically for each application. Basically what it does is take any molecule within a certain weight range that has the specified beginning and end codons, and multiplies it exponentially based on how many times the process is repeated. It is a very effective way to generate reasonably pure samples of specific protein sequences for further analysis, but it does not tell you whether or not the original test sample contained the specific protein in question, since the denaturing process tends to randomly split and recombine the original DNA in ways that ensure that there will be at least one sequence of the target molecular weight and containing the specified beginning and end codons.

        Note that Dr. Mullis was speaking of HIV in the early 80s. In fact, both PCR and HIV were discovered in 1983. RFK Jr.’s book on Dr. Anthony Fauci details that man’s role in the AIDS crisis, although I haven’t yet read it, and the additional connection of Dr. Judy Mikovits emerging early on as a “debunked” whistleblower in the PHEIC pandemic indicates similar strategies may have been used to influence public perceptions of both operations. See also Dr. Luc Montagnier’s (Nobel prize-winning discoverer of HIV) claims about the COVID jabs causing Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease shortly before his own untimely death in 2022. On December 31, 2021, the CDC withdrew its request for emergency use authorization of its PCR diagnostic test, claiming that it could not adequately differentiate between the coronavirus and the influenza virus, as widely reported.

        So, we have the PCR test playing an starring role in two of the most significant public health debacles of the modern era, connections between the individuals involved in the scientific basis and government response to both debacles, and numerous statements from the creator of the test himself to the effect that it could not in fact be used to determine whether or not a given test sample actually contained a given protein. This, to my view is sufficient to call any and all results derived from PCR and derivative testing methods into question. This includes paternity tests, forensic tests, and of course, almost all research into genetics and DNA after 1983. As an aside, popularization of the PCR fraud may have provided the impetus for much of 80s and 90s daytime talk shows (You are not the father!) and crime dramas.

        Regarding genes, I apologize again that my own research has taken me only as far as the late 19th century. I will say that I see parallels between Dr. Phoebus Levene’s theory (published in 1909) that the DNA molecule was composed of regularly repeating TACG sequences and your own observations regarding Dr. Heisenberg’s miscalculation of critical mass!

        As for my own work, I am undertaking the first English translation of Dr. Antoine Béchamp’s microzymian theory. Béchamp believed that he had discovered an organism called the microzyme which he considered to be the true atomic unit of life, and which would give rise to cells or bacteria (his distinction) under different conditions. He measured the enzymatic activity of microzymes from various origins, and observed their development into more complex microorganisms. Unfortunately his work was plagiarized and superceded by Dr. Louis Pasteur, whose sole legitimate scientific output was–funnily enough–the first demonstration of chirality, a property which would go on to play an integral role in the elucidation of the structure of DNA.

        I do not believe that the gene is as well-established a concept as we believe. In Béchamp’s scheme, he has the microzymes secreting enzymes, but as enzymes are proteins, and he also details the means by which microzymes emerge as “builders of cells”, it is not a large stretch to assume that the organisms he named ‘microzymes’ would play the same role in protein synthesis that was later ascribed to the DNA molecule (considering he wrote his magnum opus on the subject in 1884).

        The only major discrepancy is between Béchamp’s description of microzymes existing in all manner of configuration between single particles and long chains which finally “blorp” together into various bacterial shapes, and the precisely-defined amorphous crystal of DNA. I resolve this discrepancy by theorizing that the DNA molecule is a formation which occurs only for brief moment, or in other words that the experimental methods used by modern researchers tend to crystallize the microzymian particles into a discrete sequence or capture their activity at single instance in time.

        As mention in my original comment, Dr. Gilbert Ling’s 1962 Association-Induction hypothesis presents a view of the cell which is wildly at variance with the standard model. Absent the cell wall, a picture emerges of a “quantum cloud” of particles in various states of association–perhaps ready to be frozen and misinterpreted at will. Although Ling’s writing gives no mention of Béchamp, I would argue that his presentation of cellular anatomy supports the earlier author’s claims. Actually, in my view, Béchamp’s theory’s biggest flaw is its over-reliance on the particle theory of Lavoisier. I believe that if Béchamp had lived into the era of plasma physics, he would have reimagined his microzymes in terms of fields or ions. Dr. Ling’s own theories lean heavily upon such concepts as structured water.

        So if I may present my own model, the cell is a swirling cloud of particles named by their discoverer as ‘microzymes’. The structures we call the organelles or the cytoskeleton are simply momentary configurations of these elementary particles. Even the nucleus and the mitochondria have no real permanence. Various experimental methods appear to affix these structures in time, but these are mere artifacts. An example of current research which can be interpreted as supporting my model is CRISPR sequences. CRISPR sequences are known as “where to cut” in genetic engineering; they are considered to be “junk DNA” which somehow serves as a boundary between genes–to get to your point. I believe that CRISPR sequences are either an anatomical or accidental structure of the microzyme which enables it to maintain its autonomy even when joined together into sequences for the purposes of generating more complex proteins.

        In other words, genes are microzymes. But that ignores the nonlinear relationship between genes or “sub-genes” which the linear DNA molecule has a very difficult time explaining. On the other hand, if whatever we think of as genes exist as clouds of particles in free association…

  9. rohat77 on May 27, 2024 at 9:47 pm

    Something’s gotta change… This planet needs to be shaken up like a snow globe, flipped over turned upside down and spanked.

  10. marcos toledo on May 27, 2024 at 6:58 pm

    This brings up a question who did these power mad addicts made a pack with ?

  11. Robert Barricklow on May 27, 2024 at 11:05 am

    Loved your title!

    Although it starts with Rudolph Steiner…

    Pressed for time.
    Will read tonight.

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on May 27, 2024 at 5:31 pm

      In the current book I’m reading, Paragon[Cade Korbin Chronicles #3] by Jasper T. Scott]; … and once you travel to the future[to acquire technologies] – then travel back to the past? Those future technologies you’ve acquired;, will begin to dominate the present. And you maybe surprised to find out, that the future technology your using- has a mind of its own.
      Makes you wonder, WHO is playing with whom??

  12. davidmflatley on May 27, 2024 at 8:29 am

  13. anakephalaiosis on May 27, 2024 at 6:05 am

    Catholics are zombie slaves, who have replaced “reason and logic” with “Lord thy God”, and, Catholicism, by injection, is just Cantarella by another name.

    The empire must, to sustain its grasp, quell all Elohim tendencies of free will, that threatens to break rank, which means enforcing pecking order.

    Further, Yahweh, as freedom to assemble, and thus coordinate reasonably, must be outlawed, so, that the empire can uproot the weed of conspiracy.

    Nevertheless, Elijah’s Odin has two brothers, Will and Woe, who balance the scales of law, like Elohim and Yahweh did.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 27, 2024 at 6:49 am


      Scythian is daredevil hell rider,
      and draconic hang glider,
      who smashes pepito
      Vatican mosquito,
      as cure for swamp fever.

    • Dennis ONeill on May 27, 2024 at 10:43 am

      That’s alot of mumbo jumbo in the articles. Genes are not proteins so the claim “the VMAT 2 gene is a protein….” is absurd because genes are nucleotide base pairs that code for the production of proteins.

      Dean Hammer never claimed to find “the God gene.” He found a small number of genes that seemed to be hypothetically associated with spirituality although his evidence was tenuous at best, and was more like high octane speculation. It’s all much ado about very little.

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