2012: The Shift in Human Consciousness: Part I
Part I: The Shift in Human Consciousness
Are you aware that a Shift in human consciousness is occurring even as you listen to these words that employs celestial triggers such as supernovas and Earth’s alignment with Galactic Center in the years leading up to 2013 to trigger the evolution of our species? This is perhaps why, consciously or otherwise, you are listening to this audio seminar.
This Shift has been documented in a stimulating multimedia presentation entitled “Preparing for the Shift,” by Barry and Janae Weinhold, Ph.D.s. Over decades devoted to the study of consciousness and evolution, the Weinholds, both trained psychologists and authors, have gathered overwhelming evidence that humanity is in the middle of a long-awaited Shift in consciousness predicted in hundreds of indigenous cultures all over the world.
Today this Shift is visible nearly every time you open a newspaper, turn on the TV, or check your email. It can be seen in the breakdown of many old structures such as those that underpin governments, banks, corporations and churches, as well as in families, couples, and individuals. It is also evident in the ecological breakdown of numerous Earth systems, a widespread perception time is accelerating, drastic changes in weather patterns (Global Warming), more people feeling overwhelmed by modern life’s complexity, and increased polarization between groups, religions, and regions.
Fortunately, along with signs of breakdown, the Weinholds emphasize there is also considerable evidence of breakthrough: the appearance of stunningly gifted children in unprecedented numbers, the emergence of innovative and integrated healing modalities, people becoming less “religious” and more “spiritual,” and the dawning of new communities and social structures based on servant leadership and other “win-win” partnership principles.
The significance of the winter solstice on December 21, 2012, according to the Mayan, Aztec, Incan and Hopi traditions, is that this date marks the close of several cycles of time. The first is the end of the 26,000-year (technically 25,625-year) Mayan calendar, also called the “precession of the equinoxes” and the Annus Magnus or “Great Year,” considered by many a gestation or birth cycle for Earth. The Great Year charts our lengthy, cyclical journey through the twelve constellations of the zodiac.
Interestingly, the number 26,000 is very close to Plato’s “ideal” number of 25,920, as well as to the length of one third-dimensional evolutionary cycle of 25,000 years as described in the unparalleled body of intuitive teachings known as The Law of One. Mayan timekeepers believe that human evolution unfolds as a result of such precisely calibrated master cycles of time. They predict that Earth and humanity are about to be birthed into a new reality based on unity predicated on a dramatic advance in consciousness.
From a Mayan perspective, the Weinholds ask, “What began roughly 26,000 years ago?” Their extensive psychohistorical research indicates this marked the beginning of humanity’s psychological individuation.
In human terms, becoming “individuated” means moving from being unconsciously united with the Creator or Ground of Being; to choosing to become divided from the Creator and developing separate individual consciousness; to finally returning to the Creator as conscious, aware individuals. Once people fully individuate, it becomes possible for them to make empowered, discerning choices and use intention to co-create reality with Source–or perhaps more accurately, to create reality as Source.
The second cycle of time ending around 2012 highlighted in “Preparing for the Shift” is the close of the Galactic Year. It takes 225 million Earth years for the Milky Way Galaxy to make one complete rotation in the sky, which is believed to be a birth cycle for our galaxy. From a galactic perspective, the Weinholds ask, “What was conceived on Earth 225 million years ago?”
They point out this was when Earth’s landmass, known as Pangaea, began separating into what we now know as the seven continents. This process of planetary individuation not only correlates with continental drift theory; as explained in Part I of Conscious Healing, there is also an energetic correspondence between Earth’s twelve tectonic plates responsible for continental drift and the twelve pairs of cranial nerves in the human brain, which are linked to the biblical Twelve Tribes.
Considered together, this evidence suggests that Earth, like humans, has undergone her own “separating out” as a precondition for individuation. Based on such interconnectedness, it is also reasonable to expect that as human consciousness exponentially increases leading up to the 2011-13 “window,” Earth also will undergo a significant–and observable–transformation.
Astronomers studying Galactic Center report that it periodically becomes extremely active. During these episodes, it spews out fierce barrages of cosmic energy equal to thousands of supernova explosions. These outbursts are the most energetic phenomenon in the known universe.
A growing number of researchers such as Sergey Smelyakov, author of a fascinating paper entitled “The Auric Time Scale and the Mayan Factor,” in addition to many indigenous peoples worldwide and an increasing number of intuitively derived sources including The Law of One, theorize that as Galactic Center becomes more energized, it catalyzes human evolution through frequency emissions of “torsion” energy waves transmitted to Earth via the sun.
A comprehensive scientific model for the “Energetic Engine of Evolution” has been proposed by David Wilcock, a renowned psychic and gifted speculative scientist whose theory of “Evolution as ‘Intelligent Design'” deserves summarizing here.
Citing the work of a vanguard of researchers including Tim Harwood, Glen Rein, Bruce Lipton, Aleskey Dmitriev, Vladimir Poponin and Peter Gariaev, Wilcock presents a model that unites many disciplines and provides several critical missing pieces to the evolutionary puzzle. In his own words, this provocative model “suggests that humanity is on the verge of a near-spontaneous metamorphosis into a more highly evolved state of consciousness.”
Basing his analysis on the realization, embraced by more and more of today’s scientists, that Darwinian evolutionary theory is “extinct,” Wilcock observes that the “probabilities that DNA could evolve by ‘random mutation’ are so minute as to be utterly laughable–akin to the idea that if you have enough monkeys tapping away on typewriters, one of them will eventually produce a complete Shakespearean play.”
Far surpassing the reach of gradual, incremental evolution, which certainly occurs as environmental adaptation, the fossil record from all over the planet makes it abundantly clear that species regularly evolve in heretofore inexplicable leaps and bounds, skipping what would seem from a Darwinian perspective to be crucial evolutionary phases. At the top of a long list of species whose evolution has baffled science is the human species.
Although for more than a century a “missing link” has been assumed to exist based on largely unchallenged Darwinian presumptions, scientists have never managed to discover it. “When we consider that the size of the brain literally doubled between that of humanity’s apparent ancestors and ourselves, with no evidence of a smooth transformation whatsoever,” writes Wilcock, “once again we see a spontaneous evolution of the creatures on Earth.”
One scientist associated with National Geographic, studying the intricate bone carvings dating to 70,000 B.C. found at Blombos Cave in South Africa, concluded that behavioral evolution mirrors anatomical development–an important observation meaning, in Wilcock’s words, that “spontaneous evolution is not simply physiological, but consciousness-related as well. When a new bodily form has emerged, consciousness changes appear to occur.”
Physicist Amit Goswami, author of THE SELF-AWARE UNIVERSE: HOW CONSCIOUSNESS CREATES THE MATERIAL WORLD, advances a parallel theory of evolution in which consciousness is primary and matter is secondary. Goswami similarly points out that natural selection simply cannot account for significant changes in the complexity of systems–as in, from primate to human. “Instead,” he writes, such changes “show the quantum leap of a creative consciousness choosing among many simultaneous potential variations.”
Another forward-thinking scientist on a similar wavelength is physicist Lee Smolin. In THE LIFE OF THE COSMOS, Smolin writes that the “idea that the laws of nature are immutable and absolute … might be as much the result of contingent and historical circumstances as they are reflections of some eternal, transcendent logic.”
His intriguing alternative to this fixed viewpoint is “cosmological natural selection,” where black holes grant access to different areas in the multiverse where cosmological conditions are at least somewhat different. The student of THE LAW OF ONE should have no trouble seeing how this is an uncannily accurate description of the creation of new “octaves” of existence after the evolutionary potentials of previous octaves have been explored and integrated.
Moreover, as indicated by the Mayan calendar and very much supported by the cosmology elaborated in THE LAW OF ONE, rather than in fits and starts, evolutionary fast-forwards of consciousness and physiology happen in organized, predictable cycles. Theorizing a “harmonic relationship” between the 26,000-year Mayan calendar and 26-million-year period between extinctions/evolutionary leaps in the fossil record, Wilcock notes that all Earth species suddenly have evolved, or metamorphosed, every 26 million years, making a strong case for “an outside energetic influence that operates in a regular, cyclic fashion.”
Here as usual, Wilcock’s seemingly radical theory is founded impeccably in research–this time, that of University of Chicago paleontologists David Raup and John Sepkoski, who discovered the 26-million-year cycle in the fossil record during the most complete study of marine fossils ever performed that examined over 36,000 different genera. Raup and Sepkoski’s research, which reveals regular cycles of “punctuated equilibrium” involving spectacular examples of speciation, clearly shows unprecedented creatures spontaneously appearing in the layers of the ocean’s crust over time.
“Most people simply write this off as asteroid/comet collisions or volcanic eruptions” causing these evolutionary jumps, writes Wilcock. “However, some of [these examples of speciation] occurred without any cataclysms going on. Living things, all over the earth, simply ‘decided’ it was time for a change. Or … something pushed them!”
More recently, Robert Rohde used this same set of data to uncover another cycle of much greater length: 62 million years. While Raup and Sepkoski’s cycle only went halfway back to the start of life on Earth (about 250 million years), Dr. Rohde’s cycle reaches all the way back to the dawning of life on our planet–approximately 542 million years ago. “Before skeptics hurl their inevitable brickbats,” comments Wilcock, “let’s be advised that Dr. Rohde’s study was published in perhaps the single most prestigious, top-drawer science publication in the world … Nature.”
To answer the question what outside energetic influence is responsible for such rhythmic evolutionary revolutions in species, it is necessary to factor in the concept of torsion energy. In CONSCIOUS HEALING, I define torsion energy as universal creative consciousness, subspace energy or “aether” experiencing itself creatively in time.
Some writers, most notably Barbara Hand Clow, have focused attention on something called the Photon Belt or Photon Band, which can be envisioned as a torsion-wave “light lattice” connecting Earth via our sun to Galactic Center that serves as a guiding data communication network for human and planetary evolution. Such an understanding of the universal communication network is deeply “shamanic,” underpinning the majority of the world’s native wisdom traditions, as well as the technique for DNA activation I helped develop, the Regenetics Method.
While some astronomers have scoffed at the notion of a Photon Band, other scientists who grasp the higher-dimensional nature of this network’s light understand that it not only exists, but plays a critical role in cosmic evolution. In 1962, wrote Ron Radhoff in NEW SCIENCE NEWS, the year many
say we entered the Aquarian Age, we began to enter into the influence of [the] photon-belt … We will pass into the center of it by the year 2011 … St. Germain refers to the photon-belt as the Golden Nebula, a parallel universe of much higher vibration. Little by little it is absorbing our universe. As we merge with this higher vibration universe, it will become the catalyst for massive changes.
In Ken Carey’s visionary writings, the Photon Band is said to be composed of various “creation beams,” a phrase that anticipates both Mayan calendar scholar José Argüelles’ notion of the “Galactic Synchronization Beam” and scientist Paul LaViolette’s “Galactic Superwave.”
“In the course of its movement through space each galaxy passes through successive creation beams … designed to encourage processes relating to certain desired patterns of structural development,” writes Carey. “Each of these regions establishes, through the quality and nature of its frequencies, a vibrational climate designed to elicit a specific type of creation.”
“As this arm of the Milky Way galaxy has rotated slowly through this past creation beam,” continues Carey, “the vibratory climate of that beam has encouraged humankind’s emergence, multiplication, and flourishing … But [our] planet’s continued physical movement through space is now bringing it out of that creation beam and out of the vibratory conditions [we] have known historically” into a new level of vibration designed to promote the emergence of more evolved life-forms.
Such an understanding of varying levels of vibration in different areas of the galaxy, and their intimate relationship with spontaneous speciation, as evidenced in the fossil record, is a hallmark of THE LAW OF ONE, where what I am calling the Photon Band is described meticulously as operating in virtually clocklike fashion to promote spectacular jumps in conscious evolution. A central concept in THE LAW OF ONE is that such evolutionary leaps are indeed leaps, being “graduations” from one “grade level” to the next which typically occur within a single generation.
Of humans it is stated, “Those who, finishing a cycle of experience, demonstrate … understanding … will be separated by their own choice into” an appropriate and comfortable dimension of experience. “All are harvested regardless of their progress, for [by this time] the planet itself has moved through the useful part of that dimension and begins to cease being useful for … lower levels of vibration.”
Wilcock’s encyclopedic research on this heretofore fringe subject takes into account reams of NASA and other scientific data proving that unprecedented climate changes (i.e., Global Warming) are occurring not just on Earth, but throughout our solar system. Based on this hard data, as well as extraordinarily consistent evidence derived from a plethora of intuitive sources, the phenomenon of “heating up” observed literally all around us is a direct result of our entry into a more energized area of space. Logically, this goes a long way toward proving that something like a Photon Band exists as regular patterns of hyperdimensional torsion radiation emanating from Galactic Center.
Both Wilcock and Clow envision the Photon Band as tracing figure-eights throughout the spiraling layout of the Milky Way Galaxy. It appears from Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev’s research involving aether that such looping energy based on the Phi ratio (1.618…) is, among other things, directly responsible for our cyclical experience of time.
On this subject, the title of Gregg Braden’s latest book speaks volumes: FRACTAL TIME: THE SECRET OF 2012 AND A NEW WORLD AGE. I disagree with Braden’s conservative interpretation of the 2012 phenomenon as merely an incremental, astronomical process engendering a relatively slow transformation of our species, but I greatly appreciate that he is helping many understand the deeply fractal nature of our reality.
The same fractal, spiraling torsion energy directly creates our DNA and imprints its inherent Phi ratio on practically all of nature’s systems, from the way our hair swirls atop our heads, to the growth patterns of leaves on plants, to the unmistakable shape of many seashells. As Geoff Ward observes in SPIRALS: THE PATTERN OF EXISTENCE,
The spiral is the sign of the eternal, creative, unifying and organizing force or principle at work in the universe, and especially of the ongoing creation of consciousness. It is a divine mark on nature, what may be termed God’s personal signature on the cosmos, the Great Architect’s own autograph–from the cradles of stars and planets in the awesome spiral arms of galaxies to the beautiful double helix structure of the DNA molecule […] As the spiral seems to be integral to physical growth, so it is also the symbolic pattern of human spiritual growth … [T]he spiral is as much part of our “cultural” DNA as it is part of our biological DNA […] Indeed, I have come to realize that “spirality”–the condition of being spiral–and “reality” are almost interchangeable terms.
Recalling the aether theories of Kozyrev, fellow Russian scientist Sergey Smelyakov’s research demonstrates that the harmonic vibrations of Phi, also referred to as the Golden Mean and Fibonacci sequence, inform the very fabric of space-time. Mathematically, the Photon Band appears to be structured on Phi, producing set cosmic intervals the Maya apparently were aware of when constructing their uncannily accurate calendar. Smelyakov’s “The Auric Time Scale and the Mayan Factor” compellingly suggests that Earth connects to Galactic Center via our solar system in a harmonic, fractal fashion he calls “Solar-planetary Synchronism,” a vibratory relationship based on the Golden Mean.
In an article entitled “The Ultimate Secret of the Mayan Calendar,” Wilcock analyzes Smelyakov’s research, writing that it helps explain the end of the Mayan calendar in geometric terms as an “infinitely-converging end point” in which time appears to “collapse.” This is because time as we experience it follows the imploding spirals of Phi much like a finger tracing the cyclical involutions of a conch shell to its centerpoint.
A salient point in the evolutionary model I am elaborating here is that evolution of species ultimately is driven not by material, but by metaphysical energy, or consciousness, of a spiraling, “meta-genetic” nature.
Swedish Biologist Carl Johan Calleman reaches precisely the same conclusion in THE MAYAN CALENDAR AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF CONSCIOUSNESS, cautioning “against a narrow interpretation of the term cyclical. The Mayan calendar describes evolutionary rather than strictly cyclical processes, so history is more like a spiral of evolution, in which similar types of events are favored at certain points in the cycle.”
Calleman is quick to clarify that the “results of these cyclical bursts of creativity are never identical; a repetition of identical cycles does not generate evolution. History is rather a process resulting from stepwise increasing levels of consciousness.”
Reading between the lines, the experienced student of the Mayan calendar will hear in Calleman’s words a critique of interpretations of the Mayan calendar as purely a measurement of revolving astronomical cycles–the type of “materialistic” reading given to the Mayan calendar by Braden and John Major Jenkins, for example. Instead, Calleman’s Mayan calendar is, first and foremost, a map of the evolution of consciousness. Driving home his point, Calleman emphasizes that “endlessly repeated identical astronomical cycles could never explain the evolution of consciousness.”
On the subject of utilizing the Mayan calendar as a spiritual map with a clearly defined teleological focus, Calleman writes, “If today we are to embrace a worldview in which consciousness is more important than matter, we … need to base our timekeeping on the nonphysical, invisible reality [that gives rise to reality] rather than on the physical.”
History, then, does not exactly repeat itself; it is more like climbing a spiral staircase–one with pronounced evolutionary changes in consciousness (and body types) as we ascend from floor to floor.
Terrence McKenna’s well-known “Timewave Zero” theory has many similarities to Calleman’s reading of the Mayan calendar as a progression through various “Underworlds” of consciousness, as well as to Smelyakov’s Solar-planetary Synchronism. In all three of these models, which to the best of my knowledge were developed independently of one another, evolution of consciousness occurs in exponentially increasing phases of intensity and velocity as we approach 2012, culminating in a virtually instantaneous transformation of reality.
To return to an earlier idea, torsion energy spiraling as the Photon Band from the creative consciousness at the Core of our universe is Wilcock’s “Energetic Engine of Evolution.”
Because of its curvilinear form, the Photon Band is composed of swaths of lesser and greater density of torsion waves manifesting as hyperdimensional light. As our solar system orbits episodically into galactic regions characterized by greater density of torsion waves (i.e., greater light or consciousness), which it is doing currently, life on our planet, including the living organism that is Earth, is stimulated intelligently to evolve in spectacular ways not only physically, but also mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
“By combining the effects of geo-cosmic change with the overall flourishing of humanity in the cultural and spiritual sense,” observes Wilcock, “we see that as the cycle continues to exponentially accelerate its energetic rate of vibration into the 2012-2013 ‘singularity,’ we can expect … rapid increases in human awareness.” This centripetal cycle leads inexorably to a “discontinuous mega-event where ‘time and space collapse.'” Perhaps this transformation of our experience of time and space is the truth behind the disjointed description of the “end of days” in the Book of Revelation.
In humans, evolutionary activation occurs as torsion waves stimulate DNA’s transposons or “jumping DNA” to rewrite the genetic code–a phenomenon supported by a considerable amount of scientific data. Bruce Lipton’s research in epigenetics, as detailed in THE BIOLOGY OF BELIEF, unambiguously affirms that cells possess the ability to reprogram their own DNA, with measurable physical results such as otherwise inexplicable dietary modifications in organisms, when prompted environmentally. Dr. Lipton hypothesizes that such rewriting, which is typically beneficial, accounts for up to ninety-eight percent of evolutionary transformation.
Similarly, in a concise but excellent study entitled “Retrotransposons as Engines of Human Bodily Transformation,” biochemist Colm Kelleher addresses the subject of radical genetic evolution as a result of what he terms a “transposition burst.” “If one were to hypothesize a transmutation of the human body,” writes Dr. Kelleher, it
would be necessary to orchestrate a change, cell by cell, involving the simultaneous silencing of hundreds of genes and the activation of a different set of hundreds more. A transposition burst is a plausible mechanism at the DNA/RNA level that could accomplish such a genome wide change. Transposition bursts comprise the concerted movement of multiple mobile DNA elements from different genetic locations to new positions, sometimes on different chromosomes … Human DNA contains an abundance of the necessary genetic structures to accomplish a transposition burst involving hundreds, or even thousands, of genes.
Referencing a particular DNA sequence containing three different transposon families arranged in beadlike formation, Kelleher theorizes that owing to its tripartite configuration, this DNA sequence would be “an effective participant in large scale transposon mediated genetic change that eventually results in transformation of the human body.”
Perhaps the most undeniable evidence supporting the concept of a torsion life-wave or Photon Band of universal creative consciousness “meta-genetically” directing the spontaneous formation and development of Earth species comes from Tim Harwood, who calls attention to one of nature’s more miraculous phenomena.
After caterpillars form their chrysalis during metamorphosis, it is a little-known but very relevant fact that they completely dissolve into a soup of amino acids before reassembling into butterflies. This soup contains no recognizable cells or DNA as it is understood presently, but when the time is right, the torsion life-wave signals the DNA to recombine and, within a matter of days, cells emerge to create new life-forms.
Wilcock concludes that the human species, somewhat like caterpillars entering metamorphosis, currently is “being programmed by the galactic center to become more advanced while … still here in our bodies.” This is made possible because the
DNA molecule is like a programmable piece of hardware … so that if you change the energy wave that moves through it, the jumping DNA will encode it into a completely different form. It is therefore possible that as we move into increasingly “intelligent” zones of energy in the galaxy, the DNA energy patterns for the creatures on the planet are all upgraded, and the mutations occur so rapidly–well within one lifetime–that no “transitional” fossils exist.
Earth’s movement through a denser area of the Photon Band aligned with Galactic Center may have begun as far back as the 1930s but certainly by 1980; increased greatly in intensity around the time of the so-called Harmonic Convergence in 1987; will enter into a historical astronomical alignment around 2012; and will be complete (from our present linear perspective) by about 2016.
Over the course of the past two decades, as Wilcock and the Weinholds point out, major Earth, planetary and solar changes–from unprecedented alterations in planetary atmospheres to drastic surges in volcanic and earthquake activity–have been observed. Arguably of greatest significance from our perspective is that the sun now is moving into direct alignment with Galactic Center. During this transit, the sun’s magnetic field has increased over 230% and there have been wild swings in levels of sunspot activity (as reported by NASA and other space agencies) that at times have transmitted record-breaking waves of electromagnetic (to say nothing of torsion) energy to Earth and, thus, to us.
It is worth noting we are composed of the same substances found in the heavens, so really it is not so odd that celestial events should impact us profoundly. Harvard professor of astronomy Robert Kirshner has remarked that “supernovas created the elements we take for granted–the oxygen we breathe, the calcium in our bones, and the iron in our blood are products of the stars.”
Other researchers, observing that most of DNA’s amino acids also are found in space, have hypothesized that DNA actually came from space–an increasingly popular theory known as “Panspermia.”
Fascinatingly, Fritz Albert Popp’s research describes the dying process of cells as virtually identical to that of stars. Just before dying, cells transform into “supernovas” as the light they emit increases in intensity a thousand times before suddenly being extinguished.
In 2006 NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope identified some of life’s key ingredients in the dust spiraling around a developing star. These gaseous precursors to DNA and protein were discovered in the star’s terrestrial planet zone, where rocky planets such as ours are believed to form. The findings represent the first time these gases have been found in a terrestrial planet zone besides our own.
“This infant system might look a lot like ours did billions of years ago, before life arose on Earth,” commented one official from Leiden Observatory in the Netherlands and the Dutch space research institute SRON. Researchers were surprised to detect the organic (carbon-containing) gases around a star called IRS 46 in the Ophiuchus or “Serpent Bearer” constellation approximately 375 light-years from Earth.
Galactic Center, our point of origin, also is located in Ophiuchus. Writing on the subject of 2012 in Galactic Alignment: The Transformation of Consciousness according to Mayan, Egyptian, and Vedic Traditions, John Major Jenkins explains that Ophiuchus was a key player in the cosmology of Mithraism, the influential cult of the ancient Persian god Mithras who was associated with the sun, representing the “soul’s passage through the galactic gateways that open during eras of galactic alignment.”
It seems hardly coincidental that Ophiuchus, which is an occulted thirteenth zodiacal sign symbolizing, among other things, DNA in the form of one or sometimes two coiling snakes similar to the Greek figure of Laocoön, is located (from Earth’s perspective) almost on top of Galactic Center. Here, in ancient symbolism, we find a direct link between the creational torsion waves emitted by Galactic Center and the DNA molecule to which, by all indications, they give rise.
Another amazing piece of evidence linking DNA to Galactic Center also came in 2006 when SPACE.com reported on a new study revealing that magnetic “forces at the center of the galaxy [had] twisted a nebula into the shape of DNA.” This was the first time the double helix shape had been photographed in space.
“Nobody has ever seen anything like that before in the cosmic realm,” said the study’s lead author, Mark Morris of UCLA. “Most nebulae are either spiral galaxies full of stars or formless amorphous conglomerations of dust and gas–space weather. What we see indicates a high degree of order.”
“The DNA nebula is about 80 light-years long,” reported journalist Bjorn Carey, and “about 300 light-years from the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.” Carey goes on to explain that the “recipe for a DNA nebula is strict but simple. It requires a strong magnetic field, a rotating body, and a nebulous cloud of material positioned just right. Massive central black holes are the best sources for both the strong magnetic field and rotating body, and since most large galaxies have them, Morris expects DNA-like nebulae may be common throughout the universe.”
Long before the development of modern-day science, in ancient times the Vedics were well aware of the “ener-genetic” connection between Galactic Center and DNA, as well as the many cycles of time ending around 2012, employing the term somvarta to describe the intelligent waves of Core energy responsible for the spontaneous evolution of species.
Another ancient concept, the Golden Mean, precisely defines the mathematical relationship between “above” and “below.” The DNA molecule is structured minutely on Phi or the Golden Mean, measuring 34 x 21 angstroms for each full helical spiral. Concordantly, the average mean orbit of each of the planets moving away from the sun is also a Fibonacci sequence that translates to almost exactly 1.618.
Wilcock is quick to bring the discussion of the “DNA wave,” that is in a profound sense “spoken” into being by Galactic Center, back to the Shift in human consciousness that currently is being fostered meta-genetically on a macrocosmic scale: “DNA … is a resonantly-tuned antenna for the ‘consciousness field,’ and our entire Solar System is experiencing an energetic charge-up that our own fossil record suggests will have a spontaneous evolutionary impact on our DNA … triggering the ‘Ascension’ or ‘Golden Age’ so many prophetic traditions have spoken of.”
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