You have to consider that DNA also works as a fractal antennas, which is able to send, receive and also to process signals under the form of radio frequencies. There is no doubt, that artificial radio frequencies such as those of cell towers and in particular these new type of towers (4G LTE, 5G, 6G), which have a much higher density of signals, they may somehow interfere with the ability of DNA to retain and transmit biological signals. This is one level of danger, that very few biologists are aware of (Electromagnetic Effects on Mitochondria).
There is however a light at the end of the tunnel, or there is some ray of hope. Thanks to the principles of biological quantum entanglement, that we have learned how to exploit in the field of biology and medicine. Now we can transfer the information from the microbial DNA to the human DNA and in so doing, we can train so to speak the microbes to withstand whatever assumed condition they are exposed to, including this new technology. Then we can train them to transfer this resilience of theirs to our DNA. So lets say, that there are good reasons to be worried about the introduction of these new technologies, but fortunately since the knowledge in the field of quantum biology, in the field of micro-biome medicine is advancing as fast as potentially harmful technology, then we can exploit this knowledge to protect ourselves from any real, potential or perceived danger from these new technologies.
Third Brain – Microbiome
The first one is the one between your ears (obviously necessary). Science and Health experts call your “gut” your 2nd brain. It is interesting to note that 90% of the body’s serotonin and 50% of its dopamine, lie in the gut – (obviously VERY important as well). The authoritative journal “Brain Behavior and Immunity” published an article in 2010 entitled “Mood and Gut Feelings”.. The article concluded by stating “It may be that we need to change the focus from the brain and look at the role of the gut in what have traditionally been thought of as brain-based disorders. #foodforthought And your 3rd Brain? In 2010, a team of researchers discovered a new organ that has gone undetected for the thousands of years that human anatomy has been recorded. Researchers are calling this newly discovered organ the Microbiome. With 5G we are killing our brains, this is not smart at all.
The leading researcher, Dr. Ruggiero explains the Microbiome in layman’s terms; the microbiome (3rd brain) is comprised of trillions of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeasts, parasites, and unknown microbes. Nearly 70% of the microbiome is plugged directly into the neurons that make up the 2nd brain. The other 30% is distributed throughout the body in the sinus cavities, blood, skin, and tear ducts.
This Microbiome is a community of microbial cells that outnumber your human cells ten to one and it plays a much bigger part in your overall health than previously thought. This Microbiome effects our energy, mood, the pH of your body, mental clarity, ability to focus, our digestive track, our ability to absorb nutrients in our digestive track, our adrenal system and thyroid, the ability of our body to naturally detox, the function of our organs, gut health, and more.
“The microbiome is much more than the gut microflora. It is a complex organ that is responsible for the development and function of all the other organs and systems, from the brain inside our heads to the immune system. The influence of the microbiome, that is located all over our body and not only inside the gut, on our behavior and intellectual functions is so significant that it can be aptly named “the third brain” as it is described in the book,” “Your Third Brain” by Peter Greenlaw.
- The DL on Gut Health (aka your 3rd brain)
- The microbiome: How gut health influences brain function
- The Gut Microbiome and Brain Health
- Dr. Justin Sonnenburg: Is a disrupted gut microbiome at the root of modern disease?
- The human microbiome holds great promise for innovation
- Our Gut Microbiome, Part I: More than a Few Pesky Bugs
- Weaponizing 5G and Nanotechnology: Protecting Yourself from Nanotechnology and Frequency Radiation
- Nanoparticles In Food and Water Found to Alter Gut Microbiome
- The Internet of “Microbiomes”
Viruses – Exosomes
Latest theory about viruses calls “exosomes”(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4488737/). This theory correlates with what Rudolf Steiner was saying, that virus is extraction of a toxic cell. 5G creates toxicity in our cell. Please there is also very important evidence about history of it https://www.5gexposed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/.. Spanish flu pandemic in 1918, which actually began in the United States, at the Naval Radio School of Cambridge, Massachusetts, with 400 initial cases. This epidemic rapidly spread to 1,127 soldiers at Funston Camp (Kansas), where wireless connections had been installed. What intrigued the doctors was that while 15% of the civilian population were suffering from nosebleeds, 40% of the Navy suffered from them. 5G – 60GHz Wireless Network – Oxygen Absorption – Unable to Breath
Exosomes are membrane-enclosed vesicles actively released into the extracellular space, whose content reflect the physiological/pathological state of the cells they originate from. These vesicles participate in cell-to-cell communication and transfer of biologically active proteins, lipids, and RNAs. Their role in viral infections is just beginning to be appreciated. RNA viruses are an important class of pathogens and affect millions of people worldwide. Recent studies on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), human T-cell lymphotropic virus (HTLV), and Dengue Virus (DENV) have demonstrated that exosomes released from infected cells harbor and deliver many regulatory factors including viral RNA and proteins, viral and cellular miRNA, and other host functional genetic elements to neighboring cells, helping to establish productive infections and modulating cellular responses. Exosomes can either spread or limit an infection depending on the type of pathogen and target cells, and can be exploited as candidates for development of antiviral or vaccine treatments. This review summarizes recent progress made in understanding the role of exosomes in RNA virus infections with an emphasis on their potential contribution to pathogenesis.