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Bärbel Mohr > Online-Magazin > English > Magazine > Living Internet

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Amazing research

Garjajev and Poponin were the two researchers whose work was mentioned in the article above, Part I (had to be removed due to copyright-reasons). Their device, which can access genetic process via vibration and information, can – according to Herbert Groß (a scientist of international renown whom some readers know from the book Nutze die täglichen Wunder [Use the Daily Wonders]) – precisely repair selected genes of a person (or an animal) even across hundreds of kilometres. To do this the scientists require – besides their device – a small sample from the body to be treated, like a nail or the root of a hair for instance (hair without root does not work). This sounds a bit like stage magic and therefore has to be further explained, for it is a real reproducible technique.

Who knows the research of Professor Popp has a basis to understand how this works. It also helps to have knowledge of the work of Dr. rer. nat. Hartmut Müller. He uses standing gravitation waves to transmit language and demonstrated this for example at the 'Tölzer Medientagen' (Media Days at Tölz) in October 2001. He first telephoned a colleague in St. Petersburg on a normal landline phone, and the public was able to listen in. Then he pulled the plug of the phone and continued to talk to his colleague in St. Petersburg – but now via the standing gravitation wave (more on this in the article "Bio-Handy", also in the online magazine on www.baerbelmohr.de – only available in german so far). Dr. Müller hopes that his discoveries will one day be able to replace completely the present mobile phone technology. While the latter uses artificially-produced fields that affect living organisms mostly in a harmful way, the standing gravitational waves are purely natural. They exist anyway and do not have to be installed artificially. These standing waves permeate the whole cosmos and on them one could call to the moon without time delay. The Russians mentioned above who repair genes remotely also make use of these waves.

The second technique that is related to the Russian device is the Ciba-Geigy experiment. In 1989 the chemical giant Ciba-Geigy had registered a patent (number 0351357) for a way to cultivate original forms of plants and animals using simple electrostatic fields. The patent is simply called "Improved Cultivation Technique", and the farther-reaching effects were not mentioned in the patent papers, but the basic experimental design remains.

Ciba-Geigy then retired this technique, perhaps because it had too many "disadvantages" for a chemical conglomerate. The original forms of plants are much more resistant than all of today's hybrids. These plants need neither fertilisation nor chemical additives. But this is a guess, then the actual reasons could go much further (due to the gigantic possibilities this technique offers).

The experimental design: For three days, the seeds of a plant are laid out to germinate between two aluminium plates that are hooked up to a DC source. Then they are put in the soil in the normal way. In this way, within three days in the electrostatic field, the ooWurmoo fern with 36 chromosomes transmutes to the ooHirschzungenoo fern with 41 chromosomes! In the ensuing four years, the newly-formed ooHirschzungenoo fern (actually only known in petrified form from old coal deposits) mutated into many possible fern varieties: ooWurmoo ferns, ooBuchenoo ferns, South-African ooLederoo ferns, ooHirschzungenoo fernsoo (as you can see we have a lack of correct terms here and also a little further down below – please help us out if you are a biologist or someone who would win the 1 Million Dollar show!)and others. At this point the researchers asked themselves whether the information for the shape of a living being was actually stored in the genes, or whether the electrostatic charge of the atmosphere was not a factor that co-determines the complete information in Nature. The new/old ferns showed further unbelievable abilities. Normal ferns form only one ooVorpflanzeoo capable of reproduction per leaf. The others simply fall off. But the original fern develops a kind of duct network between all ooVorpflanzenoo. Extremely thin, silvery, straight channels go from the leaf tip straight to the next ooVorblattoo. Thus the plant increases manifold its ability to propagate.
The original wheat shows a similarly spectacular ability compared with today's completely overbred varieties, and the cocomponents are of much higher value, too. Original wheat can be harvested after four to eight weeks already (the norm is seven months). Just imagine the possibilities for countries suffering from famines.

What I find particularly interesting is the incredible memory of Nature. Theoretically, Nature would just have to play around with the natural electrostatic fields (as they appear after thunderstorms, for instance), to render all our breeding efforts obsolete. Even the number of chromosomes isn't taboo, as the Ciba-Geigy experiments have shown. The experimenst was also done with trout roe, and here, too, a much more resistant original form was created.

Another smasher is the reviving of spores after 200 million years. The samples were taken at a depth of 140 metres from 200 million years-old strata in salt-works on the Rhine. Up until now, all attempts at reviving failed. But in an electrostatic field, the attempt was successful. Should Nature ever deem it necessary to revive the dinosaurs or to have healthier human beings on Earth, she apparently has the means to do so. For Nature, extinct for now does not mean extinct forever. There is hope that one day the planet will recover from many illnesses caused by humans.

AND apparently Nature has already started with such genetic corrections, for – as US researcher Gregg Braden maintains – everywhere on Earth and seemingly without plan babies are born with different genetics. Those children are practically immune against all the illnesses of our time!! Information about Gregg Braden's work (his book Awakening to Zero Point, for instance) at LL Productions, PO Box 3010, Bellevue, WA 98009.

For some time the text of the patent papers by Ciba-Geigy could be found on the internet, and many youngsters now play around with the field, as the set-up of the experiment is really very simple. Mother's tulips in the garden suddenly had thorns just like the rose bush. Apparently, a long time ago, tulips also did have thorns that modern gardeners, with much toil probably, bred away. This experiment is highly interesting, and should you like an extensive article and a pdf-file of the patent papers (summary of german version), send an e-mail to my office (info@baerbelmohr.de).

These two technologies have a lot to do with the latest Russian research: Standing waves and electrostatic fields that intervene in the genetic process in such a way that the most stable original form still available of each gene is reactivated. But acoustic signals and other effects have also to be incorporated. Anyway, Poponin and Garjajev have refined their techniques so that they can now repair genes across great distances. Should they refine this technology so that anyone can use it in their daily lives, a large section of the billion-dollar health industry would probably be ruined.

The Russian device can also be applied to fruits and vegetables. While the markets today irradiate their fruit and vegetable to extend their shelf life (and thus become not exactly health-enhancing), Poponin and Garjejev can intervene in the genetic process in such a way that a) they keep much longer and b) develop again a strong proper taste again! Today, even organic vegetables have an insipid taste, and only on holidays in third-world countries that cannot afford fertilizers can we still savour the real taste of ripe fruit on our palates. But this can be helped with a little gene repair, and the senses are in for a treat. Unfortunately, the devices cannot just be bought, otherwise I would have donated one to my organic farmer already. :))))

So far, so exiting. But who knows when this technology will hit the market. The inertia of the old and tried is well-known. So what can we do individually for the healing of the world, without being scientists of genius? Herbert Gross is convinced that every one of us has the spiritual powers to effect this (repair of genes etc.) ourselves. But this is similar to a person who due to an accident has to spend two years in a wheelchair. Should he get healthy again, he still has to re-learn slowly and steadily how to walk properly, as if he had never before known how to walk.

And this is just what happens with our spiritual powers. Very slowly it starts to sink in that we would have the power to effect a lot in many areas of life. But for many centuries, if not millennia, we have been sitting in a kind of spiritual wheelchair and have to learn now how to use these extant powers again. More about this in the article Braking and Accelerating to Rediscover the Spiritual Powers of Man (only available in german so far).

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