posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:33 PM
There are 22 codon types in the human genome:
Plus 20 different proteins.
There are 22 letters to the most ancient of human consonant alphabets beginning with Phoenician and moving on into Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek.
There are 7 Hebrew letters which can have tagin applied to them, which bestows additional information onto the text that it above and beyond its basic
There are 7 epigenetic markers that can be applied to the human genetic code that is above and beyond what the basic code of the text reads. These
are: acetylation, methylation, ubiquitylation, phosphorylation, sumoylation, ribosylation and citrullination.
There are other things which might help you to identify which codon belongs to which charter such as hydrophobicity, number of carbons in the main
ring, number of rings, etc. I've been toying around with this, and what is most interesting is if you look at the frequency of codons utilized in the
whole chromosome versus the distribution of Hebrew letters in the Torah, there is no matching pattern, but when you only look at the Exome, those
distributions move much closer towards alignment.
Could each of us be walking around with a genetic Torah in our veins? What might the author of the universe have to say to us if we only begin to read
his most ancient of manuscripts?