Scientists Finally Admit There Is a Second, Secret DNA Code Which Controls Genes

The fascinating and recent discovery of a new, second DNA code last week further lends credence to what metaphysical scientists have been saying for millennia — the body speaks two different languages.
Since the genetic code was deciphered in the 1960s, researchers have assumed that it was used exclusively to write information about proteins.
But biologists have suspected for years that some kind of epigenetic inheritance occurs at the cellular level. The different kinds of cells in our bodies provide an example. Skin cells and brain cells have different forms and functions, despite having exactly the same DNA.

scientists-finally-admitNO SUCH THING AS JUNK DNA 

The human genome is packed with at least four million gene switches that reside in bits of DNA that once were dismissed as “junk” but it turns out that so-called junk DNA plays critical roles in controlling how cells, organs and other tissues behave. The discovery, considered a major medical and scientific breakthrough, has enormous implications for human health and consciousness because many complex diseases appear to be caused by tiny changes in hundreds of gene switches.

As scientists delved into the “junk” — parts of the DNA that are not actual genes containing instructions for proteins — they discovered a complex system that controls genes. At least 80 percent of this DNA is active and needed. Another 15-17 percent has higher functions scientists are still decoding.

Recent findings in the journal Science may have big implications for how medical experts use the genomes of patients to interpret and diagnose diseases, researchers said.

The genetic code uses a 64-letter alphabet called codons. Dr Stamatoyannopoulos with co-authors were stunned to discover that some codons, which they called duons, can have two meanings. One describes how proteins are made, and the other instructs the cell on how genes are controlled.

The newfound genetic code within deoxyribonucleic acid, the hereditary material that exists in nearly every cell of the body, was written right on top of the DNA code scientists had already cracked.


Rather than concerning itself with proteins, this one instructs the cells on how genes are controlled.

Its discovery means DNA changes, or mutations that come with age or in response to vibrational changes within the DNA, may be doing more than what scientists previously thought.

“For over 40 years we have assumed that DNA changes affecting the genetic code solely impact how proteins are made,” said lead author John Stamatoyannopoulos, University of Washington associate professor of genome sciences and of medicine.

“Now we know that this basic assumption about reading the human genome missed half of the picture,” he said.

“Many DNA changes that appear to alter protein sequences may actually cause disease by disrupting gene control programs or even both mechanisms simultaneously.”

These two meanings seem to have evolved in concert with each other. The gene control instructions appear to help stabilize certain beneficial features of proteins and how they are made.

The discovery was made as part of the international collaboration of research groups known as the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements Project, or ENCODE.


The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues explored the vibrational behavior of the DNA. The bottom line was: “Living chromosomes function just like solitonic/holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation.” This means that they managed for example to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of DNA-alkaline pairs and of language (as explained earlier) are of the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary.

This finally and scientifically explains why affirmations, autogenous training, hypnosis and the like can have such strong effects on humans and their bodies. It is entirely normal and natural for our DNA to react to frequency. While western researchers cut single genes from the DNA strands and insert them elsewhere, the Russians enthusiastically worked on devices that can influence the cellular metabolism through suitable modulated radio and light frequencies and thus repair genetic defects.

Garjajev’s research group succeeded in proving that with this method chromosomes damaged by x-rays for example can be repaired. Garjajev’s research group They even captured information patterns of a particular DNA and transmitted it onto another, thus reprogramming cells to another genome. So they successfully transformed, for example, frog embryos to salamander embryos simply by transmitting the DNA information patterns! This way the entire information was transmitted without any of the side effects or disharmonies encountered when cutting out and re-introducing single genes from the DNA. This represents an unbelievable, world-transforming revolution and sensation! All this by simply applying vibration instead of the archaic cutting-out procedure! This experiment points to the immense power of wave genetics, which obviously has a greater influence on the formation of organisms than the biochemical processes of alkaline sequences.


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The fascinating and recent discovery of a new, second DNA code last week further lends credence to what metaphysical scientists have been saying for millennia — the body speaks two different languages.The fascinating and recent discovery of a new, second DNA code last week further lends credence to what metaphysical scientists have been saying for millennia — the body speaks two different languages. – See more at:

The fascinating and recent discovery of a new, second DNA code last week further lends credence to what metaphysical scientists have been saying for millennia — the body speaks two different languages.

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The Mystery of Oak Island – Revealed?

The following text was re-blogged from the website of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon. It is interesting that a Freemason Grand Lodge has published this and given so much space to the subject.


Revealed – The Secret Of Oak Island


These textfiles are excerpted from a booklet written by Bro. Laverne Johnson (1914-1999) of Centennial-King George Lodge No. 171, BCR in 1991. They have no Masonic significance and are included here only as an item of interest.


1795 Daniel McGinnis.
1804 Onslow group.
1849 Truro Company.
1865 James Liechti.
1878 Mrs. Sellers.
1897 Oak Island Treasure Company.
l909 Franklin D. Roosevelt.
1893 to 1951 Fred Blair.
1931 William Chappell.
1936 Gilbert Hedden.
1937 Roper survey.
1965 Robert Dunfield.
1973 Bore-hole 10X.

Many years before Oak Island became the focus of a treasure hunt, a group landed on the island with a cargo or treasure which they had to leave there. That cargo or treasure was considered so valuable that it justified doing a tremendous amount of work to give it the required security. The plan for concealment and recovery was simple and effective. Evidence indicates that the depositors never managed to return, and none of the many treasure hunters has discovered the secret of the concealment in spite of all their attempts, and although the necessary information has been available to them for many years.

For those who are not familiar with the story, Oak Island is a small island about three quarters of a mile long from east to west, lying up toward the head of Mahone Bay, about fifty miles west of Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is about two hundred yards from the mainland. In 1965 a causeway was built from the island to the mainland.

In the summer of 1795 a young settler, Daniel McGinnis ^ (or McInnis) wandering around the eastern end of the Island came upon a large oak tree. Some time long before, one big branch had been lopped off several feet from the trunk, and there was evidence that something had been suspended from that branch. Directly beneath the cutoff branch there was a depression in the ground indicating that in the past the ground had been disturbed and through the years had settled somewhat. McGinnis must have heard many stories of the pirates who had, and still did, operate along that coast, and he persuaded two friends, Anthony Vaughan and John Smith, to come to the island with him and examine the ground in the depression to learn if pirates had buried something there long ago.

When the young settlers dug down a couple of feet they came upon a layer of flagstones which were not indigenous to the island, but probably came from Gold River, a couple of miles away. No doubt when the flagstones were placed they were approximately level with the surface of the ground, and a light covering of earth was placed over them. Through the many years that had elapsed between the time they were laid down and 1795 the disturbed ground had settled so the stones were well below the surface when the diggers found them. Somebody must have had a good reason for going to the trouble of laying those flagstones, and the only plausible reason would be to leave a mark or pattern on them to convey some kind of information to someone who would return to the island. Of course the enthusiastic diggers envisioned treasure just below the stones, and simply cast them aside and continued their search.

The settlers continued to dig, and found nothing except clay until they were down about ten feet, when they encountered a platform of heavy logs, the ends of which were set firmly into the sides of the excavation. It had become evident to the diggers that they were working in an old filled-in shaft. Early reports stated that the logs were well rotted on the outside, and it was agreed that they must have been there for many years. Below the platform was a space caused by the settling of the fill, but there was no treasure, just more disturbed clay. The boys persisted for another ten feet, and then they struck another log platform with the same conditions below it.

It was becoming much more laborious getting the excavated material up to the surface, and the superstitious local people were not inclined to have anything to do with this weird adventure on the uninhabited island. It was also becoming urgent that the diggers leave their treasure hunting and attend to the various tasks of getting in crops and gardens and preparing for the coming winter. After digging down a few more feet they called a halt, hoping it would be only a temporary postponement, and that they could resume their search the following spring.

The young men were convinced that they were involved in a search which promised great rewards, but being early settlers in a harsh land they were never able to spend more time on the hunt except by working for others who came to seek the treasure. However John Smith did buy the lot on which the treasure site lay, and a few years later built his house and raised his family there. The shaft stood abandoned for eight or more years, but reports suggest that the next attempt to excavate it was made in 1804. Mel Chappell, who owned the island for a good number of years told me that during the early years searchers at the site had to agree to refill any shafts they dug. This was to ensure that livestock or children would not accidentally fall in, and no doubt this explains why the searchers in 1804, sometimes known as the Onslow group, ^ found the shaft pretty well filled in when they began their search.

The Onslow group cleaned out the shaft down to ninety-three feet, encountering a log platform approximately every ten feet. The fill in the shaft was easily dug, but the walls were so hard that very old pick marks were said to be visible in the hard clay. Quite far down in the shaft the diggers came upon a large stone which had a considerable number of marks of varying shapes on it. The stone no doubt gave the original diggers of the shaft considerable labour freeing it from the very hard clay in which it was embedded, and by the time they got it free it must have acquired many scratches, gouges, etc., from bars picks and shovels. The stone was so heavy that it was easier to move it onto one of the partial platforms that supported the ladders than to hoist it all the way to the surface. The searchers, coming upon it, hoisted it up to the surface and left it there out of their way. It was of no interest to them, but that large stone was at least partially responsible for putting the whole treasure hunt off the track.

The treasure hunters found the shaft dry nearly all the way down, but by the time they reached ninety-three feet a good deal of water was seeping in from below. Returning to work one morning the diggers found water standing in the shaft to within thirty-two feet of the top.

All attempts to overcome the water failed, even the digging of another shaft a few feet away from the one that was flooded. The Onslow group finally had to abandon their search without even learning the purpose of the deep shaft they had cleaned out, and which soon came to be known as the Money Pit. The big stone which they had hoisted out of the Pit still lay there on the surface. It was probably about this time that John Smith built his house, because it is recorded that he used the marked stone in the back of his fireplace. It must have been something of a conversation piece because it is said that different people examined it there, wondering if the marks could be some kind of code. Apparently nobody raised the question of why anybody would need a code on a stone far down in the Money Pit. The man who left the stone there certainly knew whether or not he had buried something, and if he had he would not have needed anybody to tell him it was there. This whole undertaking was a very serious enterprise for him, and he would not be at all interested in setting up puzzles for any searchers who might get down there. He knew they would be drowned or driven out without discovering the secret the flooding water guarded.

When the Onslow group had to abandon their search, we can assume that the flooded shafts were filled in, because John Smith and his family were then living a few rods away from them. Apparently no serious effort was made to renew the treasure hunt from 1805 until 1849, but in spite of all the growth and change that took place in those intervening years it was still quite possible to tell where the original shaft had been.

In 1849 the Truro Company ^ came to Oak Island determined to find out what the Oak Island Mystery was all about, and to recover whatever might be buried in the shaft.They cleaned out the shaft down to eighty-six feet, and at that depth there was only a small amount of water coming in from below. The men went away to church Sunday morning, and when they returned to the island in the early afternoon they found sixty feet of water in the shaft.

After failing to make any headway in bailing the water out of the shaft they decided to explore the depths by using primitive drills known as pod augers. We must remember that at that time they still had no idea of what they might expect to find in the depths, or what the purpose of the deep shaft might be. They set up the drills at tide level in the shaft, and then reached down through all that water, through several feet of mud, and through a timber platform. After passing through a small space, the drill passed through more timber, and then through what the wishful-thinking drillers believed must be metal in pieces, no doubt coins; twenty-two inches of them.

The pod augers did not bring anything of interest to the surface, but it was readily accepted that they had drilled into treasure, probably casks or chests of coins. We can consider that assumption as the point at which the Oak Island Treasure Hunt went off the track. Beforehand they suspected that there might be treasure buried under the island, but after the report from the drillers there seemed to be no reason to doubt it any longer. The next problem seemed to be how to shut off the water that flooded the treasure, and the value of the treasure no doubt increased with each discussion of the strange mystery.

It came as a surprise when somebody discovered that the water in the shaft was salty, and that it rose and fell with the tide. A search along the shore revealed that in Smith’s Cove about five hundred feet away water streamed out of the beach sand as the tide ebbed. They investigated and found that the beach contained a very large manmade filter system taking in a considerable area of beach between high and low tide levels. It included five drains or branches which converged to create a tunnel running into the Island in the direction of the flooded shaft. Obviously the shaft was deliberately flooded by a five hundred foot tunnel, and the searchers had a much better understanding of the tremendous amount of work that some group had done on the island in the distant past.

This new information should have given the searchers pause to consider very carefully to just what kind of plan those long ago depositors could have been working. Someone should have realized that the original excavators would have known and accepted the fact that when they flooded the depths of the shaft there was no chance any searcher would ever be able to dewater the shaft and get back down into the depths. There were no pumps or power sources such as we take for granted today, and regardless of what means might have been devised to shut off the water, there were simply too many things that could go wrong and ruin their plans. The depositors definitely would not consider burying something down in those flooded depths if they intended to recover it, but the tremendous amount of work expended indicated that they did intend to recover something, but not necessarily from the depths of the shaft. There had to be something that the searchers were overlooking, but they did not reconsider the situation. After all, the drillers were confident that they had drilled through a large quantity of metal in pieces, and they had no way of knowing that later searchers would not find any metal in pieces, but would encounter coarse gravel at that level. In view of the driller’s reports it seemed that the only reasonable and logical assumption had to be that some somebody had buried something very valuable deep down in the island long ago.

Since the drillers were satisfied that they really had drilled through metal in pieces the searchers naturally assumed that the depositor had devised some way of shutting off the water. It is interesting to note that some people, including some good engineers, have accepted the theory that the depositor must have used a system of gates to shut it off, and that he must have had some means at the surface for closing those gates. Even though it was not known at the time that the tunnel was unlined it should have been obvious that even one small stone getting in the way would have prevented the gates from closing properly to seal off the water from the shore. It would also follow that if there was a means on the surface for closing the gates anybody coming on the site could have tampered with that means in some way that would render it ineffective for the depositor when he returned.

Those who carried out the original works at Oak Island were people of their time, several decades before the advent of the Industrial Revolution. They knew what was feasible and practical for their time, but they had no way of knowing whether any great technological advances would be made in future generations, or what would be feasible and practical at those future dates. Nevertheless, some of the people who believe that Francis Bacon wrote the works attributed to William Shakespeare have suggested that the originals are buried on Oak Island, to be recovered at some later date when technological inventions would make the recovery feasible and practical. That is a good example of the impracticality of some of the theories advanced for the recovery of the Oak Island Treasure. Considering how little was known about the situation at Oak Island one cannot criticize the 1849 drillers for their mistaken assumption that they drilled through metal in pieces, and for their continuing the search in the flooded depths.

The report by the drillers that they had penetrated twenty-two inches of metal in pieces is precisely the kind of thing that treasure hunters like to hear, so the searchers accepted it without question, and they continued to expend all their efforts on overcoming the flooding water. They built a cofferdam at Smith’s Cove to block off the water from the area where the big filter had been found, but storm winds combined with high tides wrecked their dam. They dug shafts close to the flooded Money Pit to try to drain off the water from it. They only ended with more flooded shafts. As one company gave up the struggle to recover the treasure, another company took over and the battle went on. In the early 1860s there was some kind of a collapse in the depths of the shaft, and the myth was born that treasure runs away from its seekers. From that time on there was a tendency for the search to go deeper and deeper, but until 1867 the searchers continued to work at about the same level.

In 1865 or 1866 the large stone which had been recovered in 1804, and which had been built into the back of John Smith’s fireplace in his house close to the Money Pit, was removed and taken to Halifax where it was displayed prominently in the window of a bookbinders shop. This happened at the same time a search company was trying to sell shares in another Oak Island expedition. R.V. Harris, wrote on page 20 of his first edition, “It is said that James Liechti, ^ a Professor of Languages (1866- 1906) at Dalhousie College, expressed his opinion that the inscription meant ‘Ten feet below two million pounds lie buried’, but most people were sceptical respecting this version because of the concurrent efforts being made to sell stock”.

This report of the code inscribed on the stone, coupled with the report from 1849 that the drillers had drilled through quantities of coins, was sufficient to set the pattern for future searches. Treasure hunters would no longer have any doubt that the treasure lay deep in the flooded depths. Numerous theories were advanced in attempts to decide how the depositor might have intended to shut off the water in order to recover his deposit, and whether he had some system of gates as some theorized, or whether he could have had some other ingenious plan that nobody had happened to think of. It did not occur to anybody that perhaps he had no intention of ever trying to shut off the water or to get back down into the flooded depths, and that the moment he let the flooding water into the depths the possibility of recovering anything from the depths was so remote as to be unthinkable. Those depths made a seal against him as well as against any unauthorized searchers.

The search ground to a halt in 1867, and the latest company of searchers withdrew from the Island. There does not appear to have been any organized work carried out at the Money Pit until about 1897, although numerous shafts were dug and a considerable amount of tunnelling was done at points between the Money Pit and Smith’s Cove. Perhaps one of the more interesting incidents during that period occurred when Mrs. Sellers ^ was ploughing with oxen in 1878 about three hundred and fifty feet from the Money pit toward Smiths Cove. Suddenly the ground caved in under the outfit, and one ox tumbled several feet down into the caved in area. Later exploration in that area revealed that the ox had fallen into a filled-in shaft which connected with the flooding tunnel. That old shaft became known as the Cave-in-Pit.

During all the exploration that had taken place at the immediate Money Pit site numerous shafts had been sunk, some of them overlapping. Because shafts had been dug and then filled in, and more shafts had been dug and then filled in, by 1895 the precise site of the original shaft was no longer known. The Oak Island Treasure Company ^ went to work, and in 1897 and after false starts and other problems finally felt that they knew the precise spot where the original shaft had been. They sank some drill holes down into the bottom of the shaft, and after withdrawing the drill from one hole, which went down to one hundred and fifty-five feet, a small piece of parchment, roughly the size of a dime, was found in the drill cuttings.

The men involved in the drilling were reputable people, but there seems to be something unusual about the way the parchment was handled. First of all we read about the cuttings from the drill being washed out to separate the chips, etc., from the other material. At that time they found the the tiny balled up piece of something different from everything else. They wanted to have the cuttings and the little ball of strange material examined, but they did not take it to an expert in Halifax, as one might have expected. Instead they took it to Amherst, where it was examined by a Doctor Porter in the presence of a number of men there. It was Doctor Porter who skillfully separated the little ball from the other trash and flattened it out, and proved it to be a piece of parchment. Perhaps they had a good reason for taking it all the way to Amherst, but it seems rather unusual that a doctor should be examining this collection of cuttings in a courthouse in front of a group of witnesses. It would appear that somebody must have known that the good doctor was going to discover something significant.

William Chappell ^ was involved in the drilling when the piece of parchment was discovered. He must have believed implicitly in the authenticity of the parchment, because in 1931 he and some of his family were involved in sinking a shaft down to one hundred and fifty-five feet in an attempt to recover what they believed was a container of priceless documents. They did not find anything of significance or interest. In 1962 William Chappell’s son, M.R. Chappel, told me, “I don’t know whether or not there is any gold or silver on Oak Island, and don’t care, but I am convinced that my Daddy drilled through a container of priceless documents in 1897, and that is all that interests me about Oak Island.”

The Oak Island Treasure Company had to accept failure in 1900, and there is no record of further activity at Oak Island until l909. The expedition at that time is of interest for only two reasons. First of all Captain Bowdoin who was one of the principals, examined the large stone which had been recovered from the depths, and which was still being used in the bookbinders shop. For what it is worth he reported that he could find no signs or marks or any kind of code incised on the stone. The second point of interest is that this was the expedition in which the young Franklin D. Roosevelt ^ was a member. The expedition carried on for a couple of years, and then bowed out. Some minor expeditions carried out searches between 1912, and 1931 without any success.

It was in 1931 that Wm. Chappell and other members of his family came again to Oak Island, determined to find the container of precious documents that they believed had been drilled through in 1898. Once again a lapse of several years had changed the topography of the site to some extent. There was some difference of opinion between Wm. Chappell and Fred Blair, ^ who was deeply involved in all that went on at Oak Island through the years from 1893 to 1951, as to the precise location of of the 1897 drill site from which the parchment was recovered. It would have been difficult at that late date to tell exactly where the 1897 drill site had been, and it would have been much more difficult to tell where the original shaft had actually been. They sank a shaft twelve by fourteen feet to the southwest of what they believed was the site of the 1897 shaft, and they went down to one hundred and sixty three feet. From the bottom of the shaft they drilled in several directions, but no trace of any more parchment was found, and the project was abandoned.

Gilbert Hedden ^ of New Jersey was the next man to take up the challenge at Oak Island, and his men began work in 1936. Then in 1937 he began excavating a new shaft, twelve by twenty four feet, just east of, and close to the Chappell shaft of 1931. About ten feet below the surface they came upon the remains of a very old shaft which had been filled in long before. It lay in the southern part of Heddens big shaft. The big shaft was carried down to a hundred and twenty-four feet, and then some drilling was done from that depth, but nothing of interest was found, and that was the end of one more expedition.

While work on the new shaft was being carried on, Fred Blair drew Mr. Hedden’s attention to a book which had recently been published by Harold Wilkins, an English writer of treasure stories. The book was entitled Captain Kidd and his Skeleton Island. Oak Island has often been considered as the location of Captain Kidd’s buried pirate treasure, and at least one official geological survey of the island calls the Money Pit Captain Kidd’s Treasure Pit. Blair and Hedden apparently agreed that there were certain similarities between Oak Island and the island described in Wilkins’ book, although the only similarity I can find is that they are both pieces of land surrounded by the sea. Mr. Hedden was sufficiently intrigued that he went to England to confer with Wilkins, who had apparently never heard of Oak Island. However, after repeated conversations about Oak Island, Wilkins became so caught up in the mystery that he began to suspect he may have been involved at Oak Island in some previous life.

Eventually Mr. Hedden gave up trying to get anything worthwhile out of the Wilkins story, but while he was still interested, he engaged Chas. P. Roper, ^ Provincial Land Surveyor of Halifax, to do a careful survey of the east end of the Island, where all the treasure hunting efforts had taken place. Mr. Roper’s commitment was to include anything that could possibly have been left by someone who had buried something on the Island. The survey was organized by Mr. Hedden to find out if any significant marks might coincide with marks on a chart in Wilkins book. Charles Roper told me many years later that the survey was simply another day’s work to him, and that he was not interested in anything it might reveal, or in the meaning of any marks on Oak Island.

From Mr. Harris’ two editions of The Oak Island Mystery it is obvious that by the time the Oak Island Treasure Company was incorporated in 1893 there was a good deal of confusion as to precisely where the original shaft had been. When William Chappell recovered the fragment of parchment he may or may not have been drilling at the site of the original shaft. Then when he returned to the Island in 1931 to continue the search for the remainder of the parchment he and Fred Blair were of different opinions as to where he should sink his 1931 shaft. The Roper Survey would indicate that the original shaft lay close to the northeast corner of the 1932 Chappell shaft. But according to R.V. Harris, in May 1947 Fred Blair declared his firm belief that the Money Pit lay south of the 1931 Chappell shaft. By 1965 opinion seemed to have veered to place the original shaft slightly north of the Chappell shaft, and when Robert Dunfield ^ dug his big hole in 1965 he dug it well north of the Chappell shaft.

In 1965 Robert Dunfield from California obtained a lease to the whole Island. He constructed the causeway from Crandall’s Point on the mainland over to the west end of Oak Island; about six hundred and fifty feet. He had already barged bulldozers onto the island, but the causeway made it a simple matter for him to bring large dirt moving machines onto the Island. Now the marks are gone, and much of the surface at the east end of the island looks very different from what it used to be. Oak Island is unique in Canada, and as a buried treasure site it is unique when compared to anything else anywhere in the world. It is unfortunate that the authorities in Nova Scotia have not taken Oak Island seriously enough to make any effort to preserve those unique characteristics. Apparently any treasure hunter with a treasure trove license has a free hand to do whatever he wishes, and in some ways the hunt has become a kind of “search and destroy” mission.

In 1973 a hole was drilled down to one hundred and ten feet some six hundred and sixty feet northerly from the Money Pit. The drill was said to have brought up a small piece of wire from that depth, and also to have struck what seemed to be a metal plate. A shaft was sunk to examine the significance of the drill findings, but at a hundred feet down surface water was becoming a problem. With all the modern pumps and power available the shaft was abandoned within ten feet of those drill findings. One has to ask what suddenly made significant evidence become so insignificant.

Some unrevealed evidence led to the sinking of Bore-hole 10X, ^ about a hundred and fifty feet east of the Money Pit. It went down to about two hundred and forty feet, far down into bedrock. Many tales have been told about the significance of 10X, but after a great deal of time and money was spent it seems that this unrevealed evidence was misinterpreted. These efforts certainly bring into question the value or significance of any artifact found in the depths of Oak Island. If enough people could have the opportunity of learning what the evidence really indicates at Oak Island, it should change the whole direction of the search for the solution to the Mystery of The Oak Island Treasure. That is the purpose behind the publication of this booklet.

In spite of all the devastation that has occurred at Oak Island, the general elevations are still apparent. The treasure is still in its original location, the high ground is where it was before, and there are still landmarks existing that could give a very close approximation of where the treasure lies. It will be unfortunate if the hunt continues on in future as it has in the past, until the Mystery of The Oak Island Treasure is totally discredited, and the evidence and meaning of the drilled stones and the triangle are lost for all time.

There is nothing to indicate that the Oak Island Treasure has been retrieved. It must still be there in the high ground, and its retrieval would be a wonderful event for Nova Scotia and Canada, both historically and archaelogically.

Source: Revealed – The Secret Of Oak Island on the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon website

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The Oak Island Mystery

A new reality based television show named ‘The Curse of Oak Island’ recently started to air a few weeks ago on The History Channel. I must admit, it is a subject that I have had great interest in. The TV show is described as:

In 1795, three teenage boys discovered a strange, man-made hole on Oak Island, a small, wooded island just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. As the boys began to dig, they found a number of intriguing artifacts. It was the end of the piracy era and rumors of buried treasure were rampant. The boys’ discovery launched a treasure hunt that has spanned more than 200 years, cost millions of dollars and involved dozens of speculators, engineers and even famous personalities such as John Wayne, Errol Flynn and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The search had gone dormant, but now, Rick and Marty Lagina, two brothers from Michigan, have bought most of the island and have renewed the efforts to discover the legendary treasure. Since childhood, Oak Island has been a magical place of intrigue for these men. With Marty’s financial backing, Rick is now leading the adventure of his life. But will their luck be any different from the many explorers who sought treasure before them and failed?

The Laginas insist that their goal is the fun of a treasure-hunting adventure, and if it becomes something that could splinter their brotherly bond, they’ll walk away. But obsession has been known to grip treasure seekers on Oak Island.

Many men have taken on the hunt with the best of intentions, only to be left with decimated fortunes, broken spirits and lost lives. An ominous legend says that seven people must die in pursuit of the treasure before Oak Island will reveal her secrets. So far, the body count stands at six.


Several years ago, I posted the following information:

Off and on for nearly 200 years men have been boring and tunneling for treasure on Oak Island, a small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Whoever dug the aptly-named “Money Pit” was a brilliant engineer, who harnessed the sea in the form of booby traps to keep trespassers at bay.

The pit consists of a deep shaft, furnished with an ingenious arrangement of side tunnels that allow the sea to flood in whenever diggers venture into it’s depths. The only finds so far have been: three links of a chain that may have been gold or copper (accounts vary); a tiny scrap of parchment reading the two letters, V and I, written with a quill pen: and a cipher stone with odd samples that was found at 90 feet down the shaft (which has since mysteriously disappeared).

The story of Oak Island began in 1795, when 16-year-old Daniel McGinnis paddled over from the little Nova Scotian town of Chester to hunt game. In a clearing at one end of the island, an old ship’s block and tackle hung from a tree over the center of a 12 foot wide depression.

ImageThe island was rumored to have been haunted by pirates who had buried their treasure before they died. Nonetheless, Daniel and two other boys started digging. They found a 13-foot-wide circular shaft dug through clay, with thick oak platforms at 10, 20 and 30 feet. As the work progressed, it became difficult getting help from superstitious townsfolk, so the dig was abandoned in 1804. In the same year, a wealthy Nova Scotian named Simeon Lynds formed the first treasure company. He found the first and greatest obstacle to all further explorations of the pit – water.

The workers had broken through eight oak platforms, three of which were sealed with ship’s putty and coconut fibers when the cipher stone was found at 90 feet. When the hole had been dug 8 feet deeper, a crowbar hit something solid. Lynds was sure he had found the elusive treasure chest. The next day, to his dismay, the pit had filled with 60 feet of water overnight. Weeks of bailing with buckets and the use of crude pumps failed to lower the water’s level inside the pit.

Lynds’ miners sank a second shaft close and parallel to the original pit. At 100 feet they began burrowing toward the treasure when suddenly, the miners were scrambling for their lives. Water had burst into the shaft and filled it to the same level as the original shaft. The previously wealthy Lynds was now destitute having run through his fortune in search of the treasure.

In 1849, John Smith and Anthony Vaughn, who were in their seventies and had helped in the original dig in 1795, returned to Oak Island and tried again with the help of a syndicate from Truro, Nova Scotia.

The Truro shafts seemed to confirm the existence of two or more chests that might contain treasure in some form. Unfortunately, their work undermined the pit itself and caused the bottom to collapse into what was thought to be a vast cavern. The collapse may have resulted in the chest being carried down, possibly breaking apart and dispersing the contents.

ImageThe ‘Money Pit’ in 1947

The Truro syndicate later discovered why the pits had flooded to a level that rose and fell with the tides. A man-made tunnel, 111 feet down connected the sea to the cavern and pit. In 1893 the sea tunnel was dynamited and blocked…still the pit flooded uncontrollably.

Further excavations were made in 1909, 1931, 1935, 1936, 1942, 1959, 1965, 1969, and 1971, none of which were successful. In 1942 a second man-made tunnel to the sea was discovered and it was feared that there might be several more. During the 1990s, further exploration was stalled because of legal battles over the land rights. As of 2005, a portion of the island was for sale. In April of 2006 a Michigan group, said it will resume operations on Oak Island in the hope of discovering buried treasure and the mystery of Oak Island.

Recently, the two parties who fought for land rights in the 1990′s have agree to merged and search the Money Pit together.

ImageThe Cipher Stone?


There has been wide-ranging speculation amongst enthusiasts as to who originally dug the pit and what it might contain. One theory is that the island contains pirate treasure, a hoard buried by Captain Kidd or possibly Edward Teach (Blackbeard). Teach claimed he buried his treasure “where none but Satan and myself can find it.” Some also hold to the theory that Kidd conspired with Henry Every and Oak Island was used as a pseudo community bank between the two.

Others agree the pit was dug to hold treasure but believe this was done by Spanish sailors from a wrecked galleon or British troops during the American Revolution. Another argument is that given the size and complexity of the pit, it was likely dug by French army engineers hoping to hide the contents of the treasury of the Fortress of Louisbourg after it fell to the British during the Seven Years’ War.

Lacking archival evidence some speculate the the priceless jewels of Marie Antoinette (which are historically missing) are buried on Oak Island. During the French Revolution, when the Palace of Versailles was stormed by revolutionaries in 1789, Marie Antoinette instructed her lady-in-waiting to take her prized possessions and flee. Supposedly, the royal items made it to London along with important artwork or documents, secreted away either on her person or as her luggage, It is even believed she was assisted by the remaining loyal officers of the French navy during the uprising. The story then goes that this woman fled further afield from London to Nova Scotia through royal connections she would have had during her service to the queen at Versailles and managed to contract the French navy to help construct the famed ‘pit’ on the island. Whether such a complex engineering effort could have been completed is questionable and no official date of its construction exists. However, other theories do suggest the structure is French and naval in style.

There are other theories that state the Oak Island pit was dug to hold treasure much more exotic than gold or silver.


The Knights Templar have been linked to the mystery of Oak Island by many, primarily because historical records suggest that they had both motive and means to deposit treasure in the Money Pit. Compelling of all is their connection with the Holy Land, prompting speculation of untold wealth and artifacts in the form of the Holy Grail or possibly, the Ark of the Covenant.

When Europe called for the Crusades, the Templar found themselves at the center of religious fervor. It was not long before sons of wealthy families were pledging their fortunes and property to the order just for the privilege of joining the band.

The Templar began to emerged as the worlds first bank whereby Kings would deposit their gold in Paris only to be able to withdraw it again in Jerusalem. The result of which was the immense growth of Templar, in both wealth and number.

When Jerusalem and the Holy Lands were eventually lost to Islam, the Templar experienced a swift backlash whereby the King Philip of France began to plot against the organization in hope of reaching their immense wealth.

On Friday the 13th of October 1307, the King found an ally in Pope Clement V and ordered that the Templar leaders be arrested. It is speculated that King Philip’s motive was that he owed the Templar a massive amount of money due to loans he acquired during many lean years in France.

ImageOnce the day of the arrests arrived, the Paris Templar arranged that its treasures be loaded on a wagon train headed toward the port city of La Rochelle. From there, it was deposited aboard the Templar ships, setting sail to an unknown destination. According to Andrew Sinclair, author of “The Sword and the Grail”, the Templar were said to flee with the treasure to Scotland.

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The Mysterious Voynich Manuscript: Is The Code About To Be Cracked?

This controversial ancient manuscript is not hoax says a famous Professor who is convinced he has solved the Voynich manuscript mystery. Many attempts have been made to crack the code of the mysterious 600-year-old manuscript, but none have been successful. Now a professor thinks he might have done what no other person has accomplished before – to solve the riddle of the Voynich manuscript. The nature and origin of the manuscript have long remained a mystery. Over the years, the Voynich manuscript has caused a lot of controversy and debate. This ancient medieval text is a cryptic document written by an unknown author. It is ancient book nobody is able to read. The famous manuscript is full of illustrations of exotic plants, stars, and mysterious human figures, as well as many pages written in an unknown text.


Many skilled cryptographers have studied the document. Their attempts to break the code failed. Up to now, none of them has been able to crack the code.

It is worth mentioning that at the end of WWII the U.S. military passed some spare time encrypting ancient texts. They managed to decipher every text except the Voynich manuscript.


Are we unable to break the mysterious code?

Is the book a deliberate hoax?

Is it an encoded version of a known language or a totally invented language? These are some of the questions scientists have asked while examining the odd manuscript. .

Those who believed in the authenticity of the Voynich manuscript maintained that the script is far too complex to be a hoax. Skeptics on the other hand, suggested that the failure of the code breaking indicates there might be no code to decipher and no hidden message.

Now, Stephen Bax, award-winning Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Bedfordshire claims to have cracked the code of the Voynich manuscript.
Using his wide knowledge of mediaeval manuscripts and his familiarity with Semitic languages such as Arabic, Professor Bax slowly started to unlock the mystery of this enigmatic ancient text full of strange and puzzling symbols.

“I hit on the idea of identifying proper names in the text, following historic approaches which successfully deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphs and other mystery scripts, and I then used those names to work out part of the script,” explained Professor Bax, who is to give his inaugural lecture as a professor at the University later this month.

“The manuscript has a lot of illustrations of stars and plants. I was able to identify some of these, with their names, by looking at mediaeval herbal manuscripts in Arabic and other languages, and I then made a start on a decoding, with some exciting results.”

Among the words he has identified is the term for Taurus, alongside a picture of seven stars which seem to be the Pleiades, and also the word KANTAIRON alongside a picture of the plant Centaury, a known mediaeval herb, as well as a number of other plants.

Although Professor Bax’s decoding is still only partial, it has generated a lot of excitement in the world of codebreaking and linguistics because it could prove a crucial breakthrough for an eventual full decipherment.

“My aim in reporting on my findings at this stage is to encourage other linguists to work with me to decode the whole script using the same approach, though it still won’t be easy. That way we can finally understand what the mysterious authors were trying to tell us,” he added.

“But already my research shows conclusively that the manuscript is not a hoax, as some have claimed, and is probably a treatise on nature, perhaps in a Near Eastern or Asian language.”

No one has ever come close to revealing the Voynich’s true messages. Has Professor Bax finally succeeded?

Esoterism – A Word And Its Abuse

Rarely a concept has been as misused and misunderstood like the word “Esoterism”.

cosmology-clockworkFor some people today, Esoterism is basically everything that is non-scientific and “spiritual” in a good way, for others it is everything that is irrational and unscientific in the bad way. How often did we read on some Skeptic’s site the contemptous words: “Those esoterics…”, meaning everybody who doesn’t cling to severe scholarship!

But Esoterism is on one hand yes, a very large field of subjects; on the other hand, many subjects attributed to “Esoterism”, especially coming from the New Age community, are not at all part of what Esoterism actually is. Also many people who work spiritually use the word without really knowing which fascinating world they’re almost ignoring.

Esoterism stands opposite Exoterism.

M. Alan Kazlev writes on

“Esoteric means the “inner” (eso-), in the sense of the inner consciousness; the contemplative, mystical or meditative transpersonal perspective.   This is something different from the ordinary everyday understanding of things, and can only be understood by intuition or higher mental or spiritual faculties.

The opposite of Esoteric is Exoteric, which means the “outer” (exo-), i.e. the outer or surface or everyday consciousness.  This includes both the scientific-materialistic and the conventional (or literal) religious perspective.  As it is based on the everyday understanding of things, and does not require any transformation of consciousness (and indeed considers any such transformation to be harmful), it assumes that the everyday mind alone can understand Reality.  (Things are not always that simple though, because in order to do, say, quantum physics one requires a mathematical intuition not shared by many).

Central to the distinction between Esoteric and Exoteric is that of states of consciousness.  An Exoteric philosophy or religion as one which is based on the normal waking state of consciousness, or a modified state of consciousness which is still pretty close to the normal waking state.  Any aspiration beyond the ordinary state of existence is discouraged.  For example, according to the religious person, “God created/loves you just as you are”, so who are you to question what God has ordained for you by striving for some higher state of consciousness?  While according to the sceptical Materialist, there is no higher state beyond the rational mind anyway (all non-rational states of consciousness being delusionary).

In contrast, all true Esotericism is Gnostic. That is, it is based on Higher Knowledge, or Gnosis, to use the Greek term.  Gnosis is a much superior way of understanding than Reason.  Reason stumbles around with premises and logical arguments, and uses these in its own way, without regard for higher truth.  With reason alone, you can equally prove or disprove any statement.  Certainly, used properly, reason is an invaluable aid to understanding and approaching the Truth.  But used improperly, it can cunningly justify any statement or argument, no matter how patently false.  It is through this negative use of reason that the inferior religious and sceptical materialistic philosophies are able to flourish.

Thus we have (putting it of course simplistically) two fundamental positions; the Exoteric literal religious-and-scientific position, which requires no transformation of consciousness, fraundorffer-alchemy-hermesand is therefore accessible to the “average joe”; and the Esoteric “mystical” and philosophically sophisticated position, which is based on the transformation of the self and the understanding of the nature of reality.  Of course, I need to emphasise here once again that this is an oversimplification of what is not really a clear cut few and many dichotomy at all.  For example the understanding of an “exoteric” (no need to attain a mystical/transpersonal state) science such as physics is accessible to only a small percentile of the population (which is why there are so few talented physicists), whereas the average person (if spiritually inclined) is much more easily able to understand and assimilate mystical or at least New Age topics, such as homeopathy, “geopathogenic zones”,  eastern teachings (especially as presented by a guru), and so on.” (see full article and details at

Not that we’d like to define ourselves as esoterics or theosophists.

But we think that it is important to know what one is actually talking about using certain terms which are, on top of all, often negatively stigmatized.

And then we think that the study of Esoterism is extremely fascinating as it leads deep into history, magic and the world of mysticism, going far back in time.

An interesting work about Esoterism is the book  The Esoteric Tradition by G. de Purucker.

Purucker writes in the introduction to the first chapter:

“From immemorial time, in all peoples there has been current an intuition, an intimation, persistent and ever-enduring, that there exists somewhere a body of sublime teaching which can be had by those who qualify to receive it. Like those vague yet undying rumors of the existence of mysterious personages, whose names flash out in the annals of history and then fade away into the mists of time, just so have these intimations of a sublime wisdom-teaching in both history and story frequently found lodgment in legend and myth, and thus have become enshrined or crystallized in the religious and philosophical records of the human race.

There is probably no single group of religious and philosophical works which does not contain some record, given either in open statement or by vague hint, of the existence of this wisdom-teaching; and it is one of the most interesting of literary pursuits to trace out and to assemble together these scattered and usually imperfect records from everywhere; and by juxtaposition to discover in them distinct and easily verifiable proof that they are indeed but fragments of an archaic wisdom common to the human race. The literary historian, the mythologer, the anthropologist, all know of the existence of these scattered fragments of archaic thought; but being unable to make anything coherent of them, they are usually ascribed to the inventive genius of so-called primitive man weaving myths and legendary tales about natural phenomena which, because of the fear and awe their appearance had aroused, were thought to be the workings of gods and genii, some friendly and some inimical to man himself.

Running in a contrary direction is the teaching brought again to the Western world by H. P. Blavatsky, who showed in her books the real existence in the world of such a body of wisdom-teaching, comprising in its totality a marvelous system of doctrine dealing not only with cosmogonic matters embracing the noumena and the phenomena of the universe, but likewise a complete historical story of the origin, nature, and destiny of man himself.

maier37As stated by H. P. Blavatsky in the “Introductory” to The Secret Doctrine:

The “Wisdom Religion” is the inheritance of all the nations, the world over. . . .

. . . the Esoteric philosophy is alone calculated to withstand, in this age of crass and illogical materialism, the repeated attacks on all and everything man holds most dear and sacred, in his inner spiritual life. . . . Moreover, Esoteric philosophy reconciles all religions, strips every one of its outward, human garments, and shows the root of each to be identical with that of every other great religion. It proves the necessity of an absolute Divine Principle in nature. . . .

Time and human imagination made short work of the purity and philosophy of these teachings, once that they were transplanted from the secret and sacred circle. . . .

That doctrine was preserved secretly — too secretly, perhaps — within the sanctuary. . . .

This is the true reason, perhaps, why the outline of a few fundamental truths from the Secret Doctrine of the Archaic ages is now permitted to see the light, after long millenniums of the most profound silence and secrecy. I say “a few truths,” advisedly, because that which must remain unsaid could not be contained in a hundred . . . volumes, nor could it be imparted to the present generation of Sadducees. But, even the little that is now given is better than complete silence upon those vital truths. The world of to-day, in its mad career towards the unknown . . . is rapidly progressing on the reverse, material plane of spirituality. It has now become a vast arena — a true valley of discord and of eternal strife — a necropolis, wherein lie buried the highest and the most holy aspirations of our Spirit-Soul. That soul becomes with every new generation more paralyzed and atrophied. . . . there is a fair minority of earnest students who are entitled to learn the few truths that may be given to them now; . . .

The main body of the Doctrines given is found scattered throughout hundreds and thousands of Sanskrit MSS., some already translated — disfigured in their interpretations, as usual, — others still awaiting their turn. . . .

The members of several esoteric schools — the seat of which is beyond the Himalayas, and whose ramifications may be found in China, Japan, India, Tibet, and even in Syria, besides South America — claim to have in their possession the sum total of sacred and philosophical works in MSS. and type: all the works, in fact, that have ever been written, in whatever language or characters, since the art of writing began; from the ideographic hieroglyphs down to the alphabet of Cadmus and the Devanagari. . . .

The Secret Doctrine was the universally diffused religion of the ancient and prehistoric world. Proofs of its diffusion, authentic records of its history, a complete chain of documents, showing its character and presence in every land, together with the teaching of all its great adepts, exist to this day in the secret crypts of libraries belonging to the Occult Fraternity. . . .

. . . it is not a religion, nor is its philosophy new; for, as already stated, it is as old as thinking man. Its tenets are not now published for the first time, but have been cautiously given out to, and taught by, more than one European Initiate. . . .

Yet there remains enough, even among such mutilated records, to warrant us in saying that there is in them every possible evidence of the actual existence of a Parent Doctrine. Fragments have survived geological and political cataclysms to tell the story; and every survival shows evidence that the now Secret Wisdom was once the one fountain head, the ever-flowing perennial source, at which were fed all its streamlets — the later religions of all nations — from the first down to the last. — 1:xviii-xlv

It would be impossible to express in more striking language just what the character and nature of the Esoteric Tradition is. An exhaustive and critical examination, conducted in an cosmologyimpartial spirit, of even the remains of the religious and literary relics of ancient times, will convince one that the statements made in the preceding paragraphs are founded on fact. The conviction grows upon the unbiased student that it is a marvel that scholars could have been so blind as to allow the actual existence of the Esoteric Tradition to escape observation and discovery for so long. What is needed is more intuition and less merely brain-mind analysis of dates and grammar and names and spelling; for these, however important they may be, all too frequently distract the attention from the underlying truth to the overlying details of literary rubble.” (Source: )

So, is someone who researches UFOs and extraterrestrial life an esoteric? No, he’s not. He’s a ufologist.

Is someone who treats people with homeopathy an esoteric? No, he’s a homeopathic doctor (or however you want to call him).

Is someone who believes in the benefits of yoga an esoteric? No…

Thus, science-orientated people and, in particular, the so-called Skeptics, would do well in studying such definitions and literature before using the word Esoterism in an ever impropriate way. As much as they insist in using words properly when those words belong to the world of science, they should as well use words beyond their knowledge in a proper way and show the same respect that they claim for their own subjects.


If you’re interested in Purucker’s work, his book can be downloaded in PDF-format for free at .

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Mysterious Vertical Structure Detected In Center of Nearby Black Hole

Astrophysicists studying a black hole known as Swift J1357.2-0933 say they have discovered a mysterious structure. It is shaped like a torus spouting out both sides of the doughnut-shaped galaxy’s center. This particular study marked the first ever ‘view’ of a black hole from a 75% inclination, which means this could very well be the rule as opposed to the exception.

Only 5,000 light years away from our own Milky Way galaxy, the Swift J1357.2-binary system 0933 consists of a collapsing star that feeds a black hole. By detecting an above average rate of high energy eclipses, astronomers were able to deduce that something is triggering 30% increases in energy production in just seven second intervals.


That something is a torus-shaped structure that behaves like a wave, starting very near the black hole singularity and then receding outward in waves to the accretion disk at the outer edge of the galaxy’s center.

Some have speculated that the torus, a recurring pattern found in atoms and galaxies alike, is a universal template for equilibrium and sustainability. The Thrive movement is a proponent of the incredible, untapped powers of the torus, claiming that not only is it a wellspring for universal energy, it may very well enable extraterrestrial civilizations to travel between star systems.

The discovery of a torus at the center of a black hole is thus interesting not only on a scientific basis, but as a xenological thought experiment too. A while back we posted about the possibility of advanced civilizations actually living in black holes and harnessing the incomprehensible energy there. Indeed, many prominent scientists, including Stephen Hawking, have speculated that post-singularity alien civilizations may harvest energy from galactic centers that contain black holes, which emit exponentially more energy than single stars.

Originally posted on TheGhostDiaries

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Discovering The Torus Structure

The fundamental dynamics of space-time (the Torus) are revealed by the wave functions of the universe’s most simple atomic structure: Hydrogen.


The first ever direct observation of a single atom was just recorded in an image. It was that of a hydrogen atom and it too reveals the dual torus structure of the atom:

As well, the first ever direct observation of a single molecule complete with its atomic bonds was made less than a year prior to the image of the single atom of hydrogen and it too reveals the geometry of the structure of the vacuum:

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Atomic Bond Types Clearly Discernible Thanks to Single-Molecule Images


A team from IBM in Zürich has released images they captured of single-molecules that are so detailed that the type of atomic bonds between their atoms can be discerned.

The scientists published their findings in the journal Science. The same IBM team took the first ever single-molecule images in 2009 and most recently published the images of the pentacene, the molecule shaped like the Olympic rings.afm-atomic-bonds-molecule

These new images will allow scientists to study the imperfections of graphene or plotting where electrons go during chemical reactions.

The team included French and Spanish collaborators, and they used a variant of a technique called atomic force microscopy (AFM). AFM uses a tiny metal tip that passes over a surface, where even tinier deflections are measured as the tip is scanned as it moves to and fro over a sample.

The pentacene molecule was scanned by using a carbon monoxide molecule, which acted like a recording needle, allowing for unprecedented accuracy of the surfaces of atoms.

The experiments themselves must be isolated from any kind of vibrations. Room temperatures themselves induce movements of the AFM’s constituent molecules, which would blur the image, so the actual apparatus must be kept at -268 °C.

The tiny distortions in the regular hexagonal pattern of carbon bonds are what interested the researchers. Fullerenes and polyaromatic hydrocarbons, which have linked rings of carbon atoms at their cores, were the focus of this study.

The images showcased how long the atomic bonds are. The bright and dark spots correspond to higher and lower densities of electrons. There are different physical properties of different bonds.


HAARP And The Planet’s Climate

It’s absolutely fascinating how many people still don’t know about HAARP and weather modification. It is almost as if the information does not reach the masses as so many remain completely unaware of what this global military operation is about. We have a few articles about it on our website but it’s not a major focus for us right now. Are people in our audience familiar with HAARP and it’s capabilities, or should we produce more articles on the topic? Our advice on HAARP is to be aware that it exists, but although very relevant today, there is some evidence coming forward that this project will not be functional in the coming decade. In the meantime, know that the weather you see, whether in front of your window or around the world, may not be naturally occurring at all.


Here’s a quick overview:
HAARP is a large 180 antennae grid across the world that projects powerful electromagnetic pulses to heat a specific point in the earth’s ionosphere. This has the effect of creating electromagnetic frequencies that can be bounced back to earth at desired locations, causing major disruption to weather and geophysical elements, even deep underground. Up to 3.6 billion watts can be generated by HAARP, heating the ionosphere to over 50,000 degrees and “lifting a 30 square kilometre area of the ionosphere, thereby changing localised pressure systems or even altering the route of jet streams.”

It can create any weather phenomena in almost any part of the world when desired. That includes long periods of drought, torrential rains, flooding, snow storms, ice storms, prolonged warming, prolonged cooling, tornadoes, and many other types of weather patterns.

The frequencies generated can also tap into to the brain frequencies of every living thing, distorting the natural rhythms of which can influence specific areas of the brain.

HAARP can exercise a form of complete “weather control”, a situation bearing a marked similarity to the Monsanto corporation’s stated ambition “to control the food chain.” It is noteworthy that there are currently more than 500 ‘climate ready’ genetically modified plant gene patents awaiting licensing approvals in Washington and Brussels. ‘Climate Ready’ GM seeds and plants are promised by their creators to be capable of producing a crop under both flood and drought conditions.

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