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The Pentagon, the "God Gene", the FunVax Vaccinations and how manipulate our Brain...

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:18 AM
Seems that Department of Defense is really interested on how our brain works. This video from 2005 briefing shows the latest study and research on a "Religious Brain". Can they manipulate our behavior via FunVax Vaccinations & Aerosol Spraying?

FunVax is a Government made viral vaccine that "cures" religious fundamentalism. It inhibits VMAT2 the so called "God Gene" which causes people to be prone to have spiritual experiences. Although FunVax has brought stability to several countries in the Middle East and is currently responsible for the pro-democracy rallies through out the Middle East we believe that it is a dangerous precedent for the future. We also worry about FunVax spreading to Western Countries and disrupting the belief system in the US and Europe. Joey Lambardi originally leaked this information and is planning on making all his evidence available at

Molecular biologist Dr. Dean Hamer, in his recently published book The God Gene: How Faith is Hardwired into our Genes explored this "sense," or feeling of a higher power, and has concluded that it could possibly be the result of a gene known as vmat2. This gene may be directly responsible for an inherited predisposition for spirituality. Dr. Hamer narrowed his search for the suspected spirituality gene to nine specific genes known to play major roles in the production of monoamines. These chemicals include serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, which regulate functions such as mood and motor control. A variation in a gene known as vesicular monoamine transporter, or vmat2, seemed to be directly related to how volunteers for Dr. Hamer's experiment scored on his self-transcendence test. Those volunteers with the nucleic acid cytosine in one particular spot of the gene scored higher than those with the nucleic acid adenine in the same spot (1).A single change in a single base of the gene seems to be directly related not to the belief in God, but to the increased probability that that individual will identify as spiritual. The results of Dr. Hamer's experiments are not wholly impressive, mainly because his work has yet to be repeated, and much of his analysis is provisional, but it does demonstrate the belief by some in the scientific community that spirituality is not a result of transcendence; rather, it is a result of chemical signals.

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:41 AM
reply to post by Arken

Sorry but this has already been posted. Looks like the lecture video has been debunked as well.
It's a very interesting subject though.

posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:48 AM
This must be a hoax because eliminating the ability to have fundamental beliefs would

a) completely destroy the business model of Apple Inc.

b) weaken the effects of all the anti Muslim propaganda, American fundamentalists would eventually stop wanting to kill all non-believers. Removing religion would remove the very basis of effective government.

posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 04:11 PM
This is new to me, so I'll bump the thread. This is the link I found.

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 01:52 PM
Proof that the FunVax, "God Gene" video that has been making the rounds for many years is a hoax, easily debunked.
The hoax video is said to be Bill Gates giving a presentation to the CIA about a "God Gene" vaccine called FunVax

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