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The Mutation Process - (updated 30th Nov 2007)

“I can say to you, in all sincerity, that among “us”, within our cities and families, possibly within your body, there is a new species of human that is being birthed! This new species demonstrates within themselves the potential living within each individual sharing our world today”.   Gregg Braden

DNA is also known as deoxyribonucleic acid, pronounced dee-ox-ee-rye-bo-noo-clay-ic acid. It is a large molecule, shaped like a double helix and found primarily in the chromosomes of the cell nucleus. The DNA contains the genetic information of the cell. It forms a double helix, which are two elongated molecular chains (like staircases) that wrap around each other.

Our genetic code consists of approximately 3 billion letters that make up the instructions for all human genes. While this code varies among individual humans by only about 1%, these variations are a key factor in understanding what makes us susceptible to disease and what determines our lifespan and how we age. The sections of DNA called genes instruct our cells to make proteins, which perform all of the body’s essential tasks, like breathing, and determine physical features, such as hair colour. There are approximately 100,000 genes residing within each double helix of DNA. DNA tells our cells what they have been, what they will continue to be, and what they will become. The DNA is the blueprint for our life processes. Each cell of our bodies contains the complete genetic code for the whole body. Human DNA is generally divided into 46 chromosomes (we pairs), each one containing characteristic genes that distinguish one chromosome from another. Derived from the Greek words "Chromo" for colour and "Soma" for body, they are intensely coloured bodies in our cells. One member of each pair comes from the mother through the egg and one member of each pair comes from the father through the sperm. Human DNA is about 3 billion "base" pairs long. If you stretched the human chromosome out end-to-end, it would be about 6 feet. All 46 chromosomes are folded into a space of a few thousandths of a millimetre (super coil).

Chandra hinted that it is our DNA that holds the answer to why so many of the Children have such incredible abilities, so I researched scientific papers, well-known books by authors such as Gregg Braden, Jeremy Narby and Dan Winter and scanned the Internet for all the information I could find. In June 2004, an article in the New England Journal of Medicine documented a boy of 5 from Germany who had a major genetic mutation. He is able to hold seven pounds of weight with his arms extended and has muscles twice the size of other kids his age. The boys DNA was found to block production of a protein called myostatin, that limits muscle growth. The news comes seven years after researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore created buff "mighty mice" by "turning off" the gene that directs cells to produce myostatin. The Psychic Children seem to be the chosen prototypes for humanity whether they like it or not. This information leads me to ask the question: are our children being born with advanced DNA or is the mutation taking place within the lifetime of the individual?

The research of Gregg Braden was the first author to document proof of genetic changes within a persons lifetime. In his ground-breaking book Walking Between the Worlds, Braden describes an incident that was first reported in the April 1995 issue of American Journal Science News:…researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine report unambiguous evidence of a boy who tested positive for HIV twice - at 19 days of age and one month later. Yet by every measure, this kindergartner appears to have been HIV free for at least 4 years (my emphasis). There have been many other reports of children being born with HIV, then testing ‘clear’ a few months or years later. Braden explains:''The virus is not lying dormant within the body, opportunistically awaiting an external cue to become active; it is eradicated from the body!''.

What we are seeing here is a genetic mutation of the immune system within the lifetime of an individual. The body is simply not accepting the virus, but the phenomenon was not only reported in children. As Greg Braden states in Walking Between the Worlds.A study released in the August 17, 1996, issue of Science news reports that about 1 percent of the population tested now have developed genetic mutations that make them resistant to HIV infection!'' So we are talking about at least sixty million people worldwide who have already genetically mutated to be resistant to HIV. A similar phenomenon was discovered by Dr. Victor Marcial-Vega, in his detailed account called The Healing of Aids, which documented African prostitutes who suddenly became free of the HIV and AIDS virus’s. Marcial-Vega thought there were errors in his testing equipment, but it just kept happening. The human body is eradicating both HIV and AIDS from the body during its lifetime.

Other symptoms worth mentioning are related to the food we eat. Those who are mutating into this higher frequency find they can no longer tolerate low vibrational food. Processed food, hydrogenated fats, e-numbers and refined grains are not welcome by a body that requires high vibrational nutrition. Our bodies are becoming magnetically lighter, so to honour this process we must examine what we are putting inside our bodies. We must also become aware of what is getting in to us through the surface of our bodies. Our skin acts like a sponge, so if we let the thousands of toxins and chemicals that are rife in household and cosmetic products into our genetic make-up, our DNA will be compromised.

So we now have a list of some of the symptoms and we know that DNA mutation can occur during the lifetime of an individual. I would now like to take a look at the DNA molecule and the ‘map’ of the genetic code, to see if we can find any more clues to what is happening in the arena of modern DNA research.

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