According to one of the key assumptions of the ancient astronaut idea, ancient entities may have tampered with the DNA of humans and other lifeforms.
The DNA double helix design has been found in a number of ancient engravings, prompting researchers to speculate: What if alien aliens aided human evolution? Perhaps they even created hybrids from their own DNA?
Another idea holds that ancient cultures were aware of a Third Eye located in the pituitary gland of the brain. The strange creatures that appear to be altering the Tree of Life appear to be tied to the pine cone-shaped gland. Some people believe the tree represents DNA and human vertebrae.
Many unsolved questions remain. What’s the connection between DNA and the Third Eye? Did these prehistoric organisms have a thorough comprehension of how to change the structure of DNA with higher consciousness? That, to be sure, appears absurd. Other scientists, on the other hand, appear to have reached the same conclusion.
Before delving into these latest discoveries, keep in mind that the vast majority of DNA is still unknown. They discovered an entirely new type of twisted DNA dubbed the i-motif, which is a four-stranded knot of genetic code, in 2018.
DNA is a mysterious substance.
Simultaneously, researchers released their findings on dark matter’s DNA, which is composed of inexplicable sequences that are almost identical in all vertebrates, including humans, mice, and chickens. Despite the fact that Dark DNA is thought to be crucial to life, scientists have no idea how it works or how it emerged and developed in the ancient past. We have no clue what 98 percent of our DNA does, but we are progressively understanding that it is not “junk.”
Scientists still don’t know much about our genetic DNA, and they’re stumped as to what generates awareness. Several studies have revealed that intracellular, environmental, and energetic variables may all modify DNA at the same time. The study of how variables other than our genetic code change who and what we are is known as epigenetics.
According to some research, our objectives, ideas, and emotions may have an impact on our DNA. Maintaining a positive attitude and correctly handling stress may aid in the preservation of our mental health as well as our genetic DNA.
In contrast, mitochondrial DNA and telomere length were shown to be changed in a study of 11,500 women at high risk of depression in the United Kingdom.
The most noteworthy conclusion, according to Science Alert, was that women who experienced stress-related sorrow or unhappiness as a result of childhood trauma such as sexual assault had more mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) than their peers. Mitochondria are cellular organelles that transfer energy from meals to the rest of the cell, and an increase in mitochondrial DNA led the researchers to believe that their cells’ energy requirements had changed as a result of stress.
These changes in DNA structure appear to hasten the aging process. The researchers revealed that women suffering from stress-related depression had shorter telomeres than healthy women after evaluating their data. Telomeres are the caps at the ends of our chromosomes that typically shorten with age, and the researchers wondered if stress had expedited this process.
Another study showed that meditation and yoga might help with telomere preservation. Some scientists believe that our DNA is ultimately related to our higher spiritual self. According to traditional astronaut ideas, we are now nearing the ancients’ level of intelligence. If this seems strange to you, you may not want to continue reading since things are going to become more stranger.
Is it possible to have ghost DNA?
Vladimir Poponin, a Russian quantum physicist, published “The DNA Phantom Effect,” a mind-boggling finding, in 1995. According to that research, a series of investigations revealed that human DNA has a direct impact on the physical world via a new field of energy that connects the two. When photons of light were present in the presence of live DNA, they organized themselves differently, according to the researchers.
The DNA shaped the photons into regular patterns, as though moulded by an invisible power. This is significant since traditional physics does not allow for such a result. However, in this controlled environment, DNA, the substance that makes up us, was observed and proved to have a direct impact on the quantum stuff that makes up our universe.
In another experiment undertaken by the US Army in 1993, DNA samples were tested to determine how they responded to emotions from human donors. While the donors were watching movies in another room, the DNA samples were being examined. To put it another way, no matter how far away the human was from the DNA sample, the individual’s emotions had an effect on the DNA. It appears that quantum entanglement is the case.
When the donor’s cells and DNA went through emotional “peaks” and “dips,” they both had a significant electrical reaction. Despite being separated for hundreds of feet from his own DNA sample, the DNA reacted as if it were still physically attached to the donor’s body. Why, one could ask. What could explain the donor’s and his isolated DNA sample’s unusual synchronization?
Worse, even if a person’s DNA sample was 350 kilometers distant, it still replied at the same time. They appear to be linked by an unnamed field of energy, which has yet to be properly explained.
When the donor experienced an emotional experience, the DNA in the sample responded as though it was still connected to the donor’s body in some manner. “There is no point where one’s body genuinely ends and no point where it begins,” explains Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, a colleague of Cleve Backster’s.
A third HeartMath experiment from 1995 suggests that people’s emotions may have the same influence on DNA structure. According to Glen Rein and Rollin McCraty, the DNA of participants changed depending on what they were thinking about.
According to one of the researchers, these studies revealed that different intentions had different effects on the DNA molecule, causing it to wind or unwind. The implications certainly extend beyond what orthodox scientific theory has permitted up to this moment.
These decades-old research demonstrate that we are linked to our DNA and that the vibrations of photons of light that surround us are influenced in some unknown way by our DNA.
Many people may find these ideas unusual, yet the truth is frequently stranger than fiction. Likewise, eminent scientists and skeptics have long dismissed the claims of ancient astronaut theories as rubbish. According to Scientific American, the ancient extraterrestrial idea is founded on a logical error known as “argumentum ad ignorantiam,” or “argument from ignorance.”
If there is no appropriate terrestrial explanation for, say, the Peruvian Nazca Lines, Easter Island sculptures, or Egyptian pyramids, then the hypothesis that they were built by space aliens must be correct.
The fact is that we have no understanding how people got to where they are now. We’re all still hunting for answers, but the truth may be even more shocking than we anticipated. We’ll never know until we keep an open mind, which might be the key to unlocking mysteries hidden deep inside DNA’s ancient code.