The DNA Phatom Effect - Secrets of Prayer and Healing

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Posted by Deb on May 19, 2000 at 10:36:57 from

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Excerpt From:
The Isaish Effect - Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy
By Gregg Braden
Chapter 8 - The Science of Man - Secrets of Prayer and Healing
Pages: 209-212

Moving Mountains: The DNA Phantom Effect

In the early 1990s, Moscow's Russian Academy of Sciences reported a startling relationship between DNA and the qualities of light, measured as photons.17 In a report detailing these early studies, Dr. Vladimir Poponin described a series of experiments suggesting that human DNA directly affects the physical world through a new and previously unknown field connecting the two. Recognized as a leading expert in the field of quantum biology, Dr. Poponin was on loan to an American research institution when this series of experiments was carried out.

The experiments began as the patterns of light in a vacuum were measured in a controlled environment. After all of the air was removed from a specially designed chamber, the patterns and spacing of the light particles followed a random distribution, as expected. These patterns were double-checked and double-recorded, to be used as a reference for the next portion of the experiment.

The first surprise came as physical samples of DNA were placed inside the chamber. In the presence of genetic material, the spacing and patterns of the light particles shifted. Rather than the scattered pattern that the researchers had seen before, the particles of light began to fall into a new pattern resembling the crests and troughs of a smooth wave.
The DNA was clearly influencing the photons, as if shaping them into the regularity of a wave pattern through an invisible force.

The next surprise came to the researchers as they removed the DNA from the chamber. Fully believing that the particles of light would return to their original state of random distribution, something very unexpected occurred. The patterns were very different those seen before the DNA was introduced. In his own words, Poponin described the light as behaving "surprisingly and counter- intuitively." After rechecking the instruments and rerunning the experiments, the researchers were faced with finding an explanation for what they had witnessed. In the absence of the DNA, what was affecting the particles of light? Did the DNA leave something behind, a residual force of some kind, that lingered long after the biological material had disappeared?

Poponin writes that he and the researchers were 'forced to accept the working hypothesis that some new field structure is being excited. . . ." To emphasize that the effect was related to the physical DNA molecule, the new phenomenon was named the "DNA phantom effect." Poponin's "new field structure" sounds surprisingly similar to the "matrix" of Max Planck's force and the effects suggested in ancient traditions.

This series of experiments is important because it clearly demonstrates, perhaps for the first time under laboratory conditions, a relationship that offers even greater credibility to the effect of prayer in our physical world. In this instance the DNA was more or less a passive collection of molecules unattached to the brain of a conscious living being. Even in the absence of direct 'feeling pulsing through its double-helix antenna, there was a force and a measurable effect in its immediate world.

Researchers suggest that the average-sized person, of average height and weight, has many trillions of cells in his or her body. If each cell, each antenna of feeling and emotion within an individual, carries the same properties affecting the world around them, how much is the effect amplified? Now, rather than random feelings coursing through the cells of that one person, what happens if the feeling is a result of a specific form of thought and emotion, regulated as prayer? Multiply the effects of this one individual, empowered through a specific mode of prayer, by even a fraction of the 6 billion or so people in our world today, and we begin to get a sense of the power inherent in our collective will. It is the power to end all suffering and avert the pain that has been the hallmark of the twentieth century. The key is that we must work together to achieve such a goal. This may prove to be the greatest challenge of the third millennium.

In our own language we have the vocabulary to describe our forgotten relationship to the forces of our world, the intelligence of the cosmos, and one another. Using some of the most sensitive devices of our time to measure fields of energy that we did not even acknowledge fifty years ago, our own science has now validated the relationship of which the ancients reminded us over two thousand years ago. We have direct access to the forces of our world, and we have come full circle. This is the language to move mountains. It is the same language that allows us to choose life over cancerous tumors, and create peace in situations where we may believe that peace does not exist. When we read of heating miracles in times past, no longer are we left wishing that the same miracles could occur today. The miraculous outcomes are already here; we are simply asked to choose them.

Today I continue to pray. For me, each moment of life has become a prayer. I still give thanks for the good things and now feel empowered to choose new conditions in place of those that have caused suffering in the past. My training in the hard sciences has shown me that there are few mysteries and little we cannot validate, if we dare to accept the "laws" that nature shows us in the miracle of each day.

Prayer has demonstrated to me that certain things are, regardless of our ability to prove them in the moment. For example, I know that some of the most sacred memories of our heritage have been scattered throughout the monasteries, churches, tombs, and temples of those who have come before us. I also know that the same memories live on in the customs and traditions of peoples that we may previously have judged as primitive. I know that we are capable of beautiful dreams, great possibilities, and unspoken depths of love. Perhaps most important, I know that a possibility already exists in which we have ended the suffering of all creatures by honoring the sacredness of all life. That possibility is already here and with us now. I know these things to be true, because I have seen them. The moment we allow for such possibilities on a mass scale becomes the first moment of new hope. It is that moment that we will always remember. It is the moment when we override the last day of prophecy.

17. Poponin, "The DNA Phantom Effect."

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