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  • Dominick Carlucci
    You forgot the most important one of all: Follow your Heart..... D.
    Message 1 of 8 , Jul 15, 2008
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      You forgot the most important one of all:

      Follow your Heart.....

      D.

      --- In sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com, "wrayevelyn"
      <wrayevelyn@...> wrote:
      >
      > btw, SMELL also has a frequency. Have you ever smelled the Temple?
      > Heaven on Earth? It exists. Follow your nose, LOL. Follow your
      > hunches. Follow your good feelings. Follow the sound of what you
      > perceive as music to feed your soul. Follow the colors that you
      > sense bring you a knowledge of your own well being. All
      > these 'indicators' of bliss have a frequency that can be tuned to.
      > Once a tipping point is reached, wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, the fun begins!!
      >
      >
      > Have a nice day . This is holy ground you stand on!
      > Reh=gards,
      > Evie
      >
      >
      > --- In sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com, "wrayevelyn"
      > <wrayevelyn@> wrote:
      > >
      > > When I was introduced to the correlations in frequency matches (
      > ie:
      > > this color , that musical note ), it was an inside job. I
      > intuitively
      > > knew that something was going on with my own personal DNA. This is
      > > only explained by the experience of the knowing.
      > >
      > > At that time , historically, there was the Harmonic Convergence
      > > happening. Some of that information spoke to the New Strands of DNA
      > > that were unfolding. These strands were with US all the time (
      > > in our DNA programs), we just didn't much access that knowledge.
      > >
      > > Different life experiences 'woke' these strands in me and I can
      > only
      > > say...no turning back. Depending on my level of resistence to the
      > > experience correlated with the pain or pleasure of this unfolding...
      > > The New Strands of knowledge debunked most all everything I had
      > been
      > > taught and knew as valid, valued, normal, etc...so in my life I had
      > > resistence to KNOWING the new stuff. LOLOL.
      > >
      > > Once the dna spin started, like soma unwrapping...the new info came
      > > in like downloads into a 'puter. These batches of info were often
      > > wired to the sender sound frequency or color resonations. I as the
      > > receiver could use the vibrations to 'induce the downloads'.
      > >
      > > The DNA unfolded to a me still in the past, but I went anyway , so
      > to
      > > speak. The journey while grueling at times left me with 'sensitive
      > > ears and eyes'. I seer stuff like the DNA model in the butterfly
      > > bush. The 'sight' is like a panel. The panel has light behind it so
      > > the 'sight' is not just shadow play like it once was.
      > >
      > > I hope this was fun to read bc I doen't suppose I really gave
      > > much 'data' in my findings.
      > >
      > > Luv,
      > > Evie
      > >
      > >
      > > --- In sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com, Donal Adams
      > > <dna_stim@> wrote:
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > Can you share more on your fidnings with this?
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > > 1b. Re: DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound
      > > > > Frequencies
      > > > > Posted by: "eviewrayartist.com"
      > > > > wrayevelyn@ wrayevelyn
      > > > > Date: Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:00 am ((PDT))
      > > > >
      > > > > Great news/will PEM! I uncovered also that the color of
      > > > > matched sound frequency overlaps the dimensional power for
      > > > > activation and wellness.
      > > > >
      > > > > Donal Adams <dna_stim@> wrote:
      > > > > DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound Frequencies
      > > > >
      > > > > Hi Folks!
      > > > >
      > > > > New member here, wanted to say hi, introduce myself and
      > > > > also share a bit on what I have been working on.
      > > > >
      > > > > My name is Donald Adams, I'm a scientific researcher.
      > > > > Been working on a project for the last 7 years, a
      > > > > significant spin off of which has resulted in the novel
      > > > > discovery of new curious sound frequencies which appear to
      > > > > be able to possibly affect DNA. Specifically, I strongly
      > > > > suspect both activation and repair may be possible.
      > > > >
      > > > > I have a test group of approximately 600 volunteers. Many
      > > > > of which have been reporting all kinds of positive and
      > > > > dramatic phenomena related to regeneration, healing, well
      > > > > being..... and I do mean dramatic.
      > > > >
      > > > > I'd be happy to provide more information on this and
      > > > > even give anyone samples of these audio frequencies to
      > > > > experiment with if their interested?
      > > > >
      > > > > I could post a link to the group, but not sure of what
      > > > > the protocol for that sort of thing is here as Im still
      > > > > new.
      > > > >
      > > > > if you would like top get access to these frequencies.
      > > > > They are in the form of MP3 files and can be easily played
      > > > > on your computer and you can burn them to CD and play them
      > > > > on your car stereo or whatever. I would appreciate any
      > > > > feedback and observations that you have if you use them as
      > > > > that is helpful to me in my research.
      > > > >
      > > > > I've gotten a lot of response to date and its very
      > > > > encouraging but a bit overwhelming at times to stay on top
      > > > > of.
      > > > >
      > > > > I want to point out to, right off the bat, that I'm
      > > > > not a medical professional and am not qualified to treat or
      > > > > diagnose anything medically.
      > > > >
      > > > > If you want to join our volunteer group and start
      > > > > experimenting with these frequencies, I would ask that you
      > > > > read and agree to my disclaimer that basically says you
      > > > > know I have said in advance "I'm not a
      > > > > doctor", that sort of thing.
      > > > >
      > > > > You can experimentation by simply emailing me at;
      > > > >
      > > > > dna_frequencies@
      > > > >
      > > > > I can send you back a link on your request to fill in the
      > > > > disclaimer form and then the download link you need to get
      > > > > started if you would like.
      > > > > Looking forward to out mutual future discussions!
      > > > >
      > > > > Very Best Regards
      > > > >
      > > > > D
      > > > >
      > > >
      > >
      >
    • mikebispham@aol.com
      A review of new account of the Dover trial, Dawinism vs Creationism, focusing on the human struggle on both sides to comprehend the viewpoint of the other.
      Message 2 of 8 , Jul 16, 2008
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        A review of new account of the Dover trial, Dawinism vs Creationism,
        focusing on the human struggle on both sides to comprehend the
        viewpoint of the other.

        Mike


        -----Original Message-----
        From: Michael Shermer <SkepticsSociety@...>
        To: MikeBispham@...
        Sent: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 8:02
        Subject: eSkeptic: Lying for God

        Wednesday, July 16th, 2008 | ISSN 1556-5696
        trouble reading this eSkeptic? VIEW the permalink
        www.skeptic.com/eskeptic/08-07-16.html

        ---------------------------------------------------------


        In this week’s eSkeptic, Harriet Hall, MD reviews Lauri Lebo’s The
        Devil in Dover: An Insider’s Story of Dogma v. Darwin in Small-town
        America. (New Press, 2008, ISBN 978-1595582089)

        Lying for God: The Dover Debacle

        by Paul Gross

        The verdict for Kitzmiller, et al. v. Dover Area School District, in
        Pennsylvania’s Middle District Court, was issued shortly before
        Christmas, 2005. For the plaintiffs — Tammy Kitzmiller and ten other
        parents of Dover area schoolchildren — the trial’s six-week ordeal
        ended in resounding victory. The verdict was unambiguous, not at all
        the narrowly favorable ruling expected by many on the plaintiffs’ side.
        For the defendant school district and members of its Board, trial and
        verdict were a debacle, the ultimate shape of which became visible
        early in the proceedings — even before the defense was fully launched.
        Now, in her
        book The Devil in Dover, journalist Lauri Lebo, native to
        rural, south-central Pennsylvania and at home among its people, has
        published an extended human-interest account of the trial.

        Kitzmiller was a landmark case, but that designation might at first be
        thought misleading. It was, after all, only the most recent of a long
        series of American court actions, beginning more than eighty years ago,
        including two that reached United States Supreme Court, the most recent
        being Edwards v. Aguillard (1987), which confirmed 7 to 2 that the
        Louisiana “equal time” law requiring the teaching in public schools of
        “creation science” alongside evolution was unconstitutional. In each
        case to date, creationists have sought either an outright ban on the
        teaching of evolution, or by other means to render futile any
        instruction in what they still insist on calling “Darwinism.” But the
        target of creationism in these actions has always been more than
        Darwin’s 1859 masterpiece, which set forth natural mechanisms (since
        then solidly established in science) for the colossal diversification,
        over time, of life on Earth. Their target has been and remains all of
        modern biology, and a good deal of the rest of science, because biology
        is today evolutionary throughout — as has been declared during the last
        six decades by its most eminent practitioners.

        In these trials, creationism has attacked not only the vast mat
        rix of
        facts of Earth history, descent with modification among the biota,
        evolution observed and simulated in the laboratory, plus a century and
        a half of evolutionary theory, but also, directly or otherwise, the
        ground rules — the epistemology — of natural science. They have scorned
        methods of inquiry that over the last three hundred years brought the
        modern world into being. Thus Dover turns out to have been a landmark
        case because the nature of its proceedings, and the ancillary events in
        its course, made it impossible for the court to ignore the attack by
        Dover’s Board on those epistemic ground rules. A sound verdict needed
        to address not only the constitutionality of the school Board’s policy
        of promoting “alternative” theories; it was forced also to evaluate the
        alternative specifically promoted by the Board — Intelligent Design
        (ID) theory. In so doing the sitting judge had to rule on what, among
        the claims made for ID, is science and what is not. The commanding
        judicial opinion, written by John E. Jones, III, presiding, recognized
        both needs and met them frontally.


        Lauri Lebo, an experienced journalist and sometime specialist on
        education for the York (PA) Daily Record, attended, investigated, and
        reported on Kitzmiller from start to finish. Her book provides a rich
        account of the trial, its antecedents, and the post-verdict
        consequences for the Dover Area community. Of=2
        0course the literature on
        this trial is already large: it includes full technical commentary on
        the relevant scientific issues, on the trial documents and transcripts,
        and on the principal witnesses and their testimony. Dover reportage
        provided local color (including levity) day-to-day and general comment
        from a score of journalists, national and foreign. Among the earliest
        complete reports following issue of the verdict is a fully documented
        description of the trial in the updated edition of Creationism’s Trojan
        Horse (Oxford University Press, 2007) — by myself and Barbara Forrest,
        who was also a key plaintiff’s witness, the one whose testimony the
        defense lawyers tried most desperately to prevent.

        Nevertheless Ms. Lebo’s account of Dover is unique. It is to date the
        most intimate, accessible, and affecting report of this court fight.
        The conflict sundered relationships among neighbors and in some
        families of what is ordinarily a sober, friendly, district of the
        country’s heartland. Her story provides simple summaries of the
        scientific claims and counterclaims made in the course of that fight;
        but details of the science at the heart of the argument are not its
        purpose. Rather the author’s effort is to render an account of the
        people involved in the fight — on both sides — and the changes wrought
        by the clash in their lives and in the community.

        By no means the least of sev
        eral interwoven threads is that of Lauri
        Lebo herself, and her fast-aging father. That devout unhappy man, an
        evangelical Christian, owner of a storefront religious radio station,
        suffered agonizing fear throughout the days of conflict, fear that
        because his daughter’s belief in God might waver, because of her
        possible involvement with Darwinism and Darwinists, she could be doomed
        to Hell. For non-literalists and non-believers, such terror for the
        fate of self and loved ones is almost impossible to imagine. But for
        true believers it is all too genuine; the fear and pain are just as
        urgent as those ecstatic feelings of release and righteousness that
        come with the conviction — once it really is conviction — that one is
        among the saved.

        Ms. Lebo suggests broadly that the trouble in Dover, the turning of
        neighbor against neighbor, started after, and in response to, the 9/11
        terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The implication is that an
        aroused militancy followed the Bush administration’s call to arms
        against terrorism, that fear-mongering on the part of the government
        and some private (often religious) organizations — including
        fundamentalist Christian churches — fueled among simple folk an
        unprecedented hostility toward strangers, a new hunkering down under
        the old-reliable, the good old Christian (-American) verities. It is
        possible that this was a contribution to the siege mentality of Dover

        citizens re-committing themselves to the defense of God.

        But surely the larger reality is that the national intelligent design
        movement, with its generous funding, its relentless energy in public
        relations and politics, its impressive-looking displays of academic
        degrees and its tracts containing incomprehensible “science,” with
        their nationwide distribution of the glad tiding that Darwinism is dead
        — those were the real determinants. All that, a media-wise renaissance
        by ID of the former “scientific creationism,” began, not after 9/11/01,
        but in the early 1990s. From the beginning of the ID movement until the
        Dover Board approved its fatal policy, which was clearly meant to put
        God into the science classroom by way of ID and its then newly-revised
        textbook, Of Pandas and People, communities, entire states, across the
        country were experimenting with policies like that which was to erupt
        in Dover, PA.

        A series of accidents made Dover the locus of events leading to a
        landmark trial. Most important was the eventual membership on Dover’s
        school Board of two vigorous and outspoken Christians, Alan Bonsell and
        William Buckingham, together with a number of less outspoken members
        who were nevertheless in sympathy, and who colluded with them,
        determined to limit or undo evolution in the district’s biology
        classes. All these good people were outraged that Darwinism is in the
        textbooks unchallenged, tha
        t it was being taught in their district as
        if there were nothing on the most sacred subject, life’s — and
        humanity’s — origins, in the holy Bible! Messrs. Bonsell and
        Buckingham, most of their fellow Board members, and a host of fellow
        citizens, felt that as a disgrace.

        In October of 2004, after much argument about the need for recognition
        of creationism in the schools, some of the argument behind closed doors
        but some of it public and reported in the local press, the board
        approved curriculum language that included this: “Students will be made
        aware of gaps/problems in Darwin’s theory and of other theories of
        evolution including, but not limited to, intelligent design.” And in
        November the board ordered high school biology teachers to read in
        every biology class a statement recommending for alternative study,
        inter alia, ID as “an explanation of the origin of life” and the
        creationist text, Of Pandas and People. It was to be made clear to all
        students that enough copies of the book would be available in the
        school library. About the provision of those books, Bonsell and
        Buckingham were later to lie quite freely.

        Needless to say, the teachers, some very active Christians among them,
        rebelled. With soul-searching and some indecision — recounted by Ms.
        Lebo — they refused to cooperate with such an intrusion into
        curriculum-making by the patently ign
        orant. That is to say, by the
        school board members, whose cheerfully-admitted ignorance of the ID
        they had offered officially was part of the comic relief at the trial.
        Finally, the announcement was read to biology classes not by any
        science teacher but by an administrator. The following month eleven
        parents filed their complaint against the school district.

        Ever-ready to aid officialdom in such an anti-Darwin revolution was the
        Discovery Institute of Seattle, Washington, and its Center for Science
        and Culture, home of the ID movement, which had for a decade been
        urging school boards and legislators nationwide to revolt against the
        standard teaching of evolution. It had provided them (and continues to
        do so) with arguments claimed to prove, by scientific means, the role
        of an “intelligent designer” — name unspecified — in the origin and
        diversification of life. Moreover the ID movement’s leadership
        insisted, not least in a lengthy law review article, that it would be
        perfectly proper, Constitutional, for teachers, schools, and whole
        systems to do as Dover eventually did. Reinforcing these goads to
        action from Seattle, and looking eagerly for a new court opportunity
        against evolution, was the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a Michigan
        group funded by the multi-millionaire, actively Catholic, Thomas
        Monaghan (Domino’s Pizza). TMLC (“Sword and Shield for People of
        Faith”) is dedicated to the=2
        0support of Christian values, wherever such
        values might come under attack by the forces of secularism. ID
        leadership and TMLC were hungry for a big court case. TMLC’s lead
        attorney, former prosecutor Richard Thompson, was clearly hoping for a
        case in which the ID strategy for bypassing Edwards v. Aguillard would
        be challenged, a case that would then go up to the Supreme Court for
        the long-sought victory over Darwinism. In due course, TMLC, offering
        the Dover district its services pro bono, took charge of the defense.
        Representing the plaintiffs, eventually, were the Pepper Hamilton law
        firm of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania’s branch of the ACLU, with
        assistance from Americans United for Separation of Church and State and
        critical help from the National Center for Science Education.

        From the start, however, the ID movement was unhappy with this trial.
        Having failed, between the early 1990s and 2004, to produce any
        evidence in support of “intelligent design,” or to demonstrate any
        serious flaw in evolutionary biology, or for that matter anything
        important enough in science to justify attention in the K-12
        curriculum, its leaders had decided not to push for the specific
        inclusion of ID. Their strategy was now to argue for “critical
        analysis” (implying its absence in standard science), critical analysis
        of evolutionary biology. By that means, the mass of ID print and online
        material could be offe
        red and promoted.

        By 2004, truly critical, indeed devastating, analysis of ID was
        plentiful in the scientific and philosophy of science literature, and
        in many forms in the blogosphere. Therefore no sustainable argument for
        ID could any longer be offered as an official teaching standard. The ID
        movement’s dissatisfaction with the Dover trial, which threatened early
        to become a scientific trial of ID, led eventually to their withdrawal
        from the defense. All but one of ID’s small cadre of heavy hitters
        withdrew as witnesses. They couldn’t afford to a legal defeat, which
        was already a strong possibility. Later, as the defense began to
        disintegrate, they tried by indirect means (including an amicus brief)
        to get their talking points into the trial and its records; but that
        Judge Jones quite properly disallowed. In the end, only Michael Behe,
        among leading ID proponents — and the only professional biologist among
        them — remained as a key defense witness. Biologist Scott Minnich, not
        a major ID figure, testified late for the defense; but his performance
        was weak and self-deprecatory. It had no effect on the outcome.

        At stake in the proceeding were two big questions, one primary, the
        other secondary. The primary, constitutional question was whether or
        not the Dover Board’s action was in violation of the establishment
        clause. Government (including public school committees) may make no law
        establishi
        ng religion, or inhibiting the free exercise thereof. The
        traditional test for establishment questions, on precedent, is the
        Lemon test (from Lemon v. Kurzman, U.S. 1971), which has three prongs:
        1. The government action at issue must have a clearly secular purpose;
        2. its effects must neither advance nor retard any religion; and 3. the
        challenged action must not lead to “excessive government entanglement”
        with religion. The strength of Ms. Lebo’s account is that it documents
        the unequivocally religious motives, from the start, for the board’s
        actions, despite their belated claim that the goal was simply “to
        improve science education.” It was in fact, and in public fact, to make
        room for God in the science class. She tells the story sympathetically,
        humanely, even on behalf of Bonsell and Buckingham, who lied
        shamelessly in deposition and on the stand and were rebuked for it by
        the judge. The book documents the Lemon test failure of Dover’s acts.

        The first of two astounding episodes in the trial appeared in the
        testimony of Dr. Barbara Forrest, who showed that the board’s
        recommended reading resource for students, Of Pandas and People,
        ostensibly an intelligent design text, was in fact the older
        creationist textbook of the same title, in which (following Edwards v.
        Aguillard) every entry of “creation” and “creationism” had simply been
        deleted and replaced with=2
        0“intelligent design.”

        The secondary, but in the long run more important, trial question was
        on the scientific merit of the putative science offered by ID
        advocates, supposedly demonstrating fatal flaws in evolutionary biology
        and its teaching. Even if Dover failed the Lemon test, it was still
        important to know whether or not such gross weaknesses exist, since
        those certainly should affect the curriculum. But on this score,
        failure of the defense was, if possible, even more abject. Plaintiff’s
        distinguished witnesses, including cell biologist and textbook author
        Kenneth Miller, paleontologist Kevin Padian, philosopher of science
        Robert Pennock, theologian John Haught, and science education
        specialist Brian Alters shredded the published claims of the ID
        movement. The trial transcript is a solid record.

        The second astounding episode occurred during the testimony of defense
        witness Michael Behe, in whose best-selling book, Darwin’s Black Box
        (1996), and regularly thereafter, he argued that nothing had ever been
        done in biology to show the evolution of immunity — one of several
        biochemical systems he dubbed “irreducibly complex” and therefore (in
        his view) impossible to produce by any Darwinian mechanism. Witness
        Miller had earlier explained how so-called “irreducibly complex”
        systems can arise in the course of ordinary evolution, and moreover
        that they have demonstrably done so and are doing so now.
        The
        dumbfounding moment came when plaintiffs’ attorney Eric Rothschild
        presented Behe (on the stand) with hard copy of some fifty scientific
        books and papers on the evolution of immunity, a literature that Behe
        admitted not having read. In the course of this cross-examination, Behe
        came around to arguing that astrology is a “scientific theory” — under
        his own definition of “theory” — and that it applies to standard
        evolutionary biology and to ID.

        And so, as the trial came to an end, with the town divided into hostile
        camps, an election took place. In it, all eight school board members
        who had supported the ID policy were ousted and replaced by members
        friendly to the ordinary science of evolution. The verdict found the
        school board’s policy in violation of the establishment clause, and
        beyond that, it found that ID, at least as presented by its defenders
        at the trial, is religion, not science. Like the run-up to the trial,
        and the trial proceedings themselves, Laurie Lebo relates its aftermath
        with simplicity and economy, but also in places with forlorn emotion.
        Nine days after Judge Jones’s decision, Dean Lebo, Laurie’s father,
        died of a heart attack in the midst of charitable work at a local
        prison. And today, in 2008, school board and state legislative actions
        opposing evolution are in progress in several states. Some hope to
        introduce ID, and one of
        those might be the next case that goes to the
        U.S. Supreme Court. An outburst of anti-evolutionism spreads from the
        Islamic world into Europe. And meanwhile, damage to the education of
        children — whose main and usually sole exposure to rationality and
        rules of evidence comes in science class — will continue.

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      • eviewrayartist.com
        Ahhhhhhhh...D! You Got it! My writing is oft times a white woman s koan. Way leads to way. Tag, you re IT! YES, all of these nudges are to get a person to
        Message 3 of 8 , Jul 16, 2008
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          Ahhhhhhhh...D! You Got it! My writing is oft times a white woman's koan. Way leads to way. Tag, you're IT! YES, all of these nudges are to get a person to find the flame in the heart and fan that. Follow your Bliss...E.

          --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...> wrote:
          From: Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...>
          Subject: [sl] Re: wrayevelyn - Connection with DNA Frequencies
          To: sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com
          Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 12:50 AM

          You forgot the most important one of all:

          Follow your Heart.....

          D.

          --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
          <wrayevelyn@ ...> wrote:
          >
          > btw, SMELL also has a frequency. Have you ever smelled the Temple?
          > Heaven on Earth? It exists. Follow your nose, LOL. Follow your
          > hunches. Follow your good feelings. Follow the sound of what you
          > perceive as music to feed your soul. Follow the colors that you
          > sense bring you a knowledge of your own well being. All
          > these 'indicators' of bliss have a frequency that can be tuned to.
          > Once a tipping point is reached, wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee , the fun begins!!
          >
          >
          > Have a nice day . This is holy ground you stand on!
          > Reh=gards,
          > Evie
          >
          >
          > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
          > <wrayevelyn@ > wrote:
          > >
          > > When I was introduced to the correlations in frequency matches (
          > ie:
          > > this color , that musical note ), it was an inside job. I
          > intuitively
          > > knew that something was going on with my own personal DNA. This is
          > > only explained by the experience of the knowing.
          > >
          > > At that time , historically, there was the Harmonic Convergence
          > > happening. Some of that information spoke to the New Strands of DNA
          > > that were unfolding. These strands were with US all the time (
          > > in our DNA programs), we just didn't much access that knowledge.
          > >
          > > Different life experiences 'woke' these strands in me and I can
          > only
          > > say...no turning back. Depending on my level of resistence to the
          > > experience correlated with the pain or pleasure of this unfolding...
          > > The New Strands of knowledge debunked most all everything I had
          > been
          > > taught and knew as valid, valued, normal, etc...so in my life I had
          > > resistence to KNOWING the new stuff. LOLOL.
          > >
          > > Once the dna spin started, like soma unwrapping.. .the new info came
          > > in like downloads into a 'puter. These batches of info were often
          > > wired to the sender sound frequency or color resonations. I as the
          > > receiver could use the vibrations to 'induce the downloads'.
          > >
          > > The DNA unfolded to a me still in the past, but I went anyway , so
          > to
          > > speak. The journey while grueling at times left me with 'sensitive
          > > ears and eyes'. I seer stuff like the DNA model in the butterfly
          > > bush. The 'sight' is like a panel. The panel has light behind it so
          > > the 'sight' is not just shadow play like it once was.
          > >
          > > I hope this was fun to read bc I doen't suppose I really gave
          > > much 'data' in my findings.
          > >
          > > Luv,
          > > Evie
          > >
          > >
          > > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, Donal Adams
          > > <dna_stim@> wrote:
          > > >
          > > >
          > > > Can you share more on your fidnings with this?
          > > >
          > > >
          > > > > 1b. Re: DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound
          > > > > Frequencies
          > > > > Posted by: "eviewrayartist. com"
          > > > > wrayevelyn@ wrayevelyn
          > > > > Date: Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:00 am ((PDT))
          > > > >
          > > > > Great news/will PEM! I uncovered also that the color of
          > > > > matched sound frequency overlaps the dimensional power for
          > > > > activation and wellness.
          > > > >
          > > > > Donal Adams <dna_stim@> wrote:
          > > > > DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound Frequencies
          > > > >
          > > > > Hi Folks!
          > > > >
          > > > > New member here, wanted to say hi, introduce myself and
          > > > > also share a bit on what I have been working on.
          > > > >
          > > > > My name is Donald Adams, I'm a scientific researcher.
          > > > > Been working on a project for the last 7 years, a
          > > > > significant spin off of which has resulted in the novel
          > > > > discovery of new curious sound frequencies which appear to
          > > > > be able to possibly affect DNA. Specifically, I strongly
          > > > > suspect both activation and repair may be possible.
          > > > >
          > > > > I have a test group of approximately 600 volunteers. Many
          > > > > of which have been reporting all kinds of positive and
          > > > > dramatic phenomena related to regeneration, healing, well
          > > > > being..... and I do mean dramatic.
          > > > >
          > > > > I'd be happy to provide more information on this and
          > > > > even give anyone samples of these audio frequencies to
          > > > > experiment with if their interested?
          > > > >
          > > > > I could post a link to the group, but not sure of what
          > > > > the protocol for that sort of thing is here as Im still
          > > > > new.
          > > > >
          > > > > if you would like top get access to these frequencies.
          > > > > They are in the form of MP3 files and can be easily played
          > > > > on your computer and you can burn them to CD and play them
          > > > > on your car stereo or whatever. I would appreciate any
          > > > > feedback and observations that you have if you use them as
          > > > > that is helpful to me in my research.
          > > > >
          > > > > I've gotten a lot of response to date and its very
          > > > > encouraging but a bit overwhelming at times to stay on top
          > > > > of.
          > > > >
          > > > > I want to point out to, right off the bat, that I'm
          > > > > not a medical professional and am not qualified to treat or
          > > > > diagnose anything medically.
          > > > >
          > > > > If you want to join our volunteer group and start
          > > > > experimenting with these frequencies, I would ask that you
          > > > > read and agree to my disclaimer that basically says you
          > > > > know I have said in advance "I'm not a
          > > > > doctor", that sort of thing.
          > > > >
          > > > > You can experimentation by simply emailing me at;
          > > > >
          > > > > dna_frequencies@
          > > > >
          > > > > I can send you back a link on your request to fill in the
          > > > > disclaimer form and then the download link you need to get
          > > > > started if you would like.
          > > > > Looking forward to out mutual future discussions!
          > > > >
          > > > > Very Best Regards
          > > > >
          > > > > D
          > > > >
          > > >
          > >
          >


        • Dominick Carlucci
          And....as a dear friend reminds me...... The longest journey you will ever take is from your head to your heart.... The initiatic voyage par
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            And....as a dear friend reminds me......"The longest journey you will
            ever take is from your head to your heart...."

            The initiatic voyage "par excellance"......

            D.


            --- In sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com, "eviewrayartist.com"
            <wrayevelyn@...> wrote:
            >
            > Ahhhhhhhh...D! You Got it! My writing is oft times a white woman's
            koan. Way leads to way. Tag, you're IT! YES, all of these nudges are
            to get a person to find the flame in the heart and fan that. Follow
            your Bliss...E.
            >
            > --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...> wrote:
            >
            > From: Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...>
            > Subject: [sl] Re: wrayevelyn - Connection with DNA Frequencies
            > To: sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com
            > Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 12:50 AM
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > You forgot the most important one of all:
            >
            > Follow your Heart.....
            >
            > D.
            >
            > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
            > <wrayevelyn@ ...> wrote:
            > >
            > > btw, SMELL also has a frequency. Have you ever smelled the Temple?
            > > Heaven on Earth? It exists. Follow your nose, LOL. Follow your
            > > hunches. Follow your good feelings. Follow the sound of what you
            > > perceive as music to feed your soul. Follow the colors that you
            > > sense bring you a knowledge of your own well being. All
            > > these 'indicators' of bliss have a frequency that can be tuned to.
            > > Once a tipping point is reached, wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee , the fun
            begins!!
            > >
            > >
            > > Have a nice day . This is holy ground you stand on!
            > > Reh=gards,
            > > Evie
            > >
            > >
            > > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
            > > <wrayevelyn@ > wrote:
            > > >
            > > > When I was introduced to the correlations in frequency matches (
            > > ie:
            > > > this color , that musical note ), it was an inside job. I
            > > intuitively
            > > > knew that something was going on with my own personal DNA. This is
            > > > only explained by the experience of the knowing.
            > > >
            > > > At that time , historically, there was the Harmonic Convergence
            > > > happening. Some of that information spoke to the New Strands of DNA
            > > > that were unfolding. These strands were with US all the time (
            > > > in our DNA programs), we just didn't much access that knowledge.
            > > >
            > > > Different life experiences 'woke' these strands in me and I can
            > > only
            > > > say...no turning back. Depending on my level of resistence to the
            > > > experience correlated with the pain or pleasure of this unfolding...
            > > > The New Strands of knowledge debunked most all everything I had
            > > been
            > > > taught and knew as valid, valued, normal, etc...so in my life I had
            > > > resistence to KNOWING the new stuff. LOLOL.
            > > >
            > > > Once the dna spin started, like soma unwrapping.. .the new info
            came
            > > > in like downloads into a 'puter. These batches of info were often
            > > > wired to the sender sound frequency or color resonations. I as the
            > > > receiver could use the vibrations to 'induce the downloads'.
            > > >
            > > > The DNA unfolded to a me still in the past, but I went anyway , so
            > > to
            > > > speak. The journey while grueling at times left me with 'sensitive
            > > > ears and eyes'. I seer stuff like the DNA model in the butterfly
            > > > bush. The 'sight' is like a panel. The panel has light behind it so
            > > > the 'sight' is not just shadow play like it once was.
            > > >
            > > > I hope this was fun to read bc I doen't suppose I really gave
            > > > much 'data' in my findings.
            > > >
            > > > Luv,
            > > > Evie
            > > >
            > > >
            > > > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, Donal Adams
            > > > <dna_stim@> wrote:
            > > > >
            > > > >
            > > > > Can you share more on your fidnings with this?
            > > > >
            > > > >
            > > > > > 1b. Re: DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound
            > > > > > Frequencies
            > > > > > Posted by: "eviewrayartist. com"
            > > > > > wrayevelyn@ wrayevelyn
            > > > > > Date: Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:00 am ((PDT))
            > > > > >
            > > > > > Great news/will PEM! I uncovered also that the color of
            > > > > > matched sound frequency overlaps the dimensional power for
            > > > > > activation and wellness.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > Donal Adams <dna_stim@> wrote:
            > > > > > DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound Frequencies
            > > > > >
            > > > > > Hi Folks!
            > > > > >
            > > > > > New member here, wanted to say hi, introduce myself and
            > > > > > also share a bit on what I have been working on.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > My name is Donald Adams, I'm a scientific researcher.
            > > > > > Been working on a project for the last 7 years, a
            > > > > > significant spin off of which has resulted in the novel
            > > > > > discovery of new curious sound frequencies which appear to
            > > > > > be able to possibly affect DNA. Specifically, I strongly
            > > > > > suspect both activation and repair may be possible.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I have a test group of approximately 600 volunteers. Many
            > > > > > of which have been reporting all kinds of positive and
            > > > > > dramatic phenomena related to regeneration, healing, well
            > > > > > being..... and I do mean dramatic.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I'd be happy to provide more information on this and
            > > > > > even give anyone samples of these audio frequencies to
            > > > > > experiment with if their interested?
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I could post a link to the group, but not sure of what
            > > > > > the protocol for that sort of thing is here as Im still
            > > > > > new.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > if you would like top get access to these frequencies.
            > > > > > They are in the form of MP3 files and can be easily played
            > > > > > on your computer and you can burn them to CD and play them
            > > > > > on your car stereo or whatever. I would appreciate any
            > > > > > feedback and observations that you have if you use them as
            > > > > > that is helpful to me in my research.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I've gotten a lot of response to date and its very
            > > > > > encouraging but a bit overwhelming at times to stay on top
            > > > > > of.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I want to point out to, right off the bat, that I'm
            > > > > > not a medical professional and am not qualified to treat or
            > > > > > diagnose anything medically.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > If you want to join our volunteer group and start
            > > > > > experimenting with these frequencies, I would ask that you
            > > > > > read and agree to my disclaimer that basically says you
            > > > > > know I have said in advance "I'm not a
            > > > > > doctor", that sort of thing.
            > > > > >
            > > > > > You can experimentation by simply emailing me at;
            > > > > >
            > > > > > dna_frequencies@
            > > > > >
            > > > > > I can send you back a link on your request to fill in the
            > > > > > disclaimer form and then the download link you need to get
            > > > > > started if you would like.
            > > > > > Looking forward to out mutual future discussions!
            > > > > >
            > > > > > Very Best Regards
            > > > > >
            > > > > > D
            > > > > >
            > > > >
            > > >
            > >
            >
          • eviewrayartist.com
            But. The head is  connected to the heart in every moment. The thought (head) and feeling (heart) are like the left and right hand. Always there together but
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              But. The head is  connected to the heart in every moment. The thought (head) and feeling (heart) are like the left and right hand. Always there together but independent tools, too.

               

               



              --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...> wrote:

              From: Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@...>
              Subject: [sl] Re: wrayevelyn - Connection with DNA Frequencies
              To: sacredlandscapelist@yahoogroups.com
              Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 7:17 PM

              And....as a dear friend reminds me......"The longest journey you will
              ever take is from your head to your heart...."

              The initiatic voyage "par excellance". .....

              D.

              --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "eviewrayartist. com"
              <wrayevelyn@ ...> wrote:
              >
              > Ahhhhhhhh... D! You Got it! My writing is oft times a white woman's
              koan. Way leads to way. Tag, you're IT! YES, all of these nudges are
              to get a person to find the flame in the heart and fan that. Follow
              your Bliss...E.
              >
              > --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@ ...> wrote:
              >
              > From: Dominick Carlucci <scorpio_eagle2002@ ...>
              > Subject: [sl] Re: wrayevelyn - Connection with DNA Frequencies
              > To: sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com
              > Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 12:50 AM
              >
              >
              >
              >
              >
              >
              > You forgot the most important one of all:
              >
              > Follow your Heart.....
              >
              > D.
              >
              > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
              > <wrayevelyn@ ...> wrote:
              > >
              > > btw, SMELL also has a frequency. Have you ever smelled the Temple?
              > > Heaven on Earth? It exists. Follow your nose, LOL. Follow your
              > > hunches. Follow your good feelings. Follow the sound of what you
              > > perceive as music to feed your soul. Follow the colors that you
              > > sense bring you a knowledge of your own well being. All
              > > these 'indicators' of bliss have a frequency that can be tuned to.
              > > Once a tipping point is reached, wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee , the fun
              begins!!
              > >
              > >
              > > Have a nice day . This is holy ground you stand on!
              > > Reh=gards,
              > > Evie
              > >
              > >
              > > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, "wrayevelyn"
              > > <wrayevelyn@ > wrote:
              > > >
              > > > When I was introduced to the correlations in frequency matches (
              > > ie:
              > > > this color , that musical note ), it was an inside job. I
              > > intuitively
              > > > knew that something was going on with my own personal DNA. This is
              > > > only explained by the experience of the knowing.
              > > >
              > > > At that time , historically, there was the Harmonic Convergence
              > > > happening. Some of that information spoke to the New Strands of DNA
              > > > that were unfolding. These strands were with US all the time (
              > > > in our DNA programs), we just didn't much access that knowledge.
              > > >
              > > > Different life experiences 'woke' these strands in me and I can
              > > only
              > > > say...no turning back. Depending on my level of resistence to the
              > > > experience correlated with the pain or pleasure of this unfolding...
              > > > The New Strands of knowledge debunked most all everything I had
              > > been
              > > > taught and knew as valid, valued, normal, etc...so in my life I had
              > > > resistence to KNOWING the new stuff. LOLOL.
              > > >
              > > > Once the dna spin started, like soma unwrapping.. .the new info
              came
              > > > in like downloads into a 'puter. These batches of info were often
              > > > wired to the sender sound frequency or color resonations. I as the
              > > > receiver could use the vibrations to 'induce the downloads'.
              > > >
              > > > The DNA unfolded to a me still in the past, but I went anyway , so
              > > to
              > > > speak. The journey while grueling at times left me with 'sensitive
              > > > ears and eyes'. I seer stuff like the DNA model in the butterfly
              > > > bush. The 'sight' is like a panel. The panel has light behind it so
              > > > the 'sight' is not just shadow play like it once was.
              > > >
              > > > I hope this was fun to read bc I doen't suppose I really gave
              > > > much 'data' in my findings.
              > > >
              > > > Luv,
              > > > Evie
              > > >
              > > >
              > > > --- In sacredlandscapelist @yahoogroups. com, Donal Adams
              > > > <dna_stim@> wrote:
              > > > >
              > > > >
              > > > > Can you share more on your fidnings with this?
              > > > >
              > > > >
              > > > > > 1b. Re: DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound
              > > > > > Frequencies
              > > > > > Posted by: "eviewrayartist. com"
              > > > > > wrayevelyn@ wrayevelyn
              > > > > > Date: Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:00 am ((PDT))
              > > > > >
              > > > > > Great news/will PEM! I uncovered also that the color of
              > > > > > matched sound frequency overlaps the dimensional power for
              > > > > > activation and wellness.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > Donal Adams <dna_stim@> wrote:
              > > > > > DNA Activation & Repair via New Sound Frequencies
              > > > > >
              > > > > > Hi Folks!
              > > > > >
              > > > > > New member here, wanted to say hi, introduce myself and
              > > > > > also share a bit on what I have been working on.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > My name is Donald Adams, I'm a scientific researcher.
              > > > > > Been working on a project for the last 7 years, a
              > > > > > significant spin off of which has resulted in the novel
              > > > > > discovery of new curious sound frequencies which appear to
              > > > > > be able to possibly affect DNA. Specifically, I strongly
              > > > > > suspect both activation and repair may be possible.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I have a test group of approximately 600 volunteers. Many
              > > > > > of which have been reporting all kinds of positive and
              > > > > > dramatic phenomena related to regeneration, healing, well
              > > > > > being..... and I do mean dramatic.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I'd be happy to provide more information on this and
              > > > > > even give anyone samples of these audio frequencies to
              > > > > > experiment with if their interested?
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I could post a link to the group, but not sure of what
              > > > > > the protocol for that sort of thing is here as Im still
              > > > > > new.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > if you would like top get access to these frequencies.
              > > > > > They are in the form of MP3 files and can be easily played
              > > > > > on your computer and you can burn them to CD and play them
              > > > > > on your car stereo or whatever. I would appreciate any
              > > > > > feedback and observations that you have if you use them as
              > > > > > that is helpful to me in my research.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I've gotten a lot of response to date and its very
              > > > > > encouraging but a bit overwhelming at times to stay on top
              > > > > > of.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I want to point out to, right off the bat, that I'm
              > > > > > not a medical professional and am not qualified to treat or
              > > > > > diagnose anything medically.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > If you want to join our volunteer group and start
              > > > > > experimenting with these frequencies, I would ask that you
              > > > > > read and agree to my disclaimer that basically says you
              > > > > > know I have said in advance "I'm not a
              > > > > > doctor", that sort of thing.
              > > > > >
              > > > > > You can experimentation by simply emailing me at;
              > > > > >
              > > > > > dna_frequencies@
              > > > > >
              > > > > > I can send you back a link on your request to fill in the
              > > > > > disclaimer form and then the download link you need to get
              > > > > > started if you would like.
              > > > > > Looking forward to out mutual future discussions!
              > > > > >
              > > > > > Very Best Regards
              > > > > >
              > > > > > D
              > > > > >
              > > > >
              > > >
              > >
              >


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