Today we witness the triumph of the material human genome and findings in the world of particle physics that transcend the material into the realm of the non-material. The view that the genome contains the essence of human nature raises several problems. By emphasizing the evolutionary scenario it limits our ability to see the larger habitat and design of the seed.
In contrast are the new Brookhaven findings: Firing an intense muon beam into a uniform magnetic field revealed the ability of muons to transform into heavier, so-called virtual particles and then back again, indicating that particular hidden forces such as gravity and magnetism could be at play in a predictable way. A certain amount of caution is necessary, but if these results are confirmed it could open the door for the more fundamental understanding of the intelligent design behind the genes, proteins, and bioinformation “junk” in the code of Life. Certainly more work is needed in vacuum physics and in absolute zero temperature, which as yet defy mainstream physics theory.
The existence of predictability alludes to an intelligent design, replacing the modern notion of randomly designed creation as Darwin would have had us believe. By seeing the human genome as simply another rung on the evolutionary ladder, we are ignoring a greater implicit interdimensional design of the empowering“Spirit” that went into the organization of Creation prior to the manifestation of matter and light. Furthermore, we are fueling the expectation that the human genome will be the last word about human creation and human purpose. But this expectation is an illusion.
While genetics and physics may enable us to wield increasing power over our destiny and help us understand our past, this does not mean that more traditional forms of enquiry about ourselves have been superseded by a greater understanding of human biology. More than ever, we need a fuller account of the consciousness that goes with the chemistry and an understanding that in quantum mechanics and chaos theory there is not only to be discovered a subtle mathematical order, but a greater consciousness direction.
In addition, to be “human” means more than having a human genome: it means having a narrative identity of one’s own. Likewise, membership in the galactic family involves links with not only the worm, mouse, pig and chimpanzee, which share the same building blocks of life, but also with Homo universalis that cannot be reduced to taxonomy. On the question of human nature, we need a philosophical fresh start that cannot be provided by simply looking at assembly lines of genes alone.
May the vibration of what the ancients saw as the Divine Law continue to prevail in our lives, for it is the key not only to the pattern of the human genome, but to the “temple” of Humankind in the image of the Divine.
— J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.
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