reply to post by Samuelis
Wouldn't it be strange to think that there is a massive amount of intelligent data encoded into our junk DNA?
For me, it is also interesting to speculate on the human body's ability to interact with such 'junk'
Maybe some of the things we hear about, but seem to far out to believe, are indeed fact.
Out of Body Experiences (OBE), Near Death Experiences (NDE), Psychic Phenomena, Hypnosis, Lucid Dreaming, Intelligence Breakthrough, and possibly
Astral travel could be somehow related to this encoding and the body's interaction with it.
Could all information in the universe be encoded into our DNA, since all matter is believed to originate from the exact same point in space. If so,
then we can probably access it somehow.
When an individual has an experience where they access what is called 'The Akashic Records', could it be possible that the individual is tapping
into the universal answers encoded into our DNA? If so, then I would have to assume everyone has the ability to access this hall of records, but only
a few know how.
Edgar Cayce would be my example for this. He seemed to tap in the Akashic, while in a trance like state, and would bring back answers from his
Tapping into the seemingly infinite wisdom of Akasha could be the same thing as someone accessing and decoding information stored in our DNA, only
with less mystery about what is happening.
Could we all have the proper tools to access this collection of Universal data, but only a few of us have the skills to control visits?
Every answer about our reality could be encoded into our DNA and learning how to access and decode the information would be akin to discovering the
legendary 'Hall of Records'.
I remember recently reading about some of the things to watch for during end times... wasn't one of them the discovery of the 'Great Hall of
Maybe we have mis-interpreted what the 'Hall of Records' really are, similar to the theory of Noah's Ark. In this theory, the Ark could never
support the capacity of live animals reported to have been present on the Ark.
It's been proposed the feat may have been accomplished if the Ark was no ordinary vessel, instead it was a DNA bank that stored the DNA of all
creatures, male and female.
Instead of the 'Hall of Records' having a location somewhere on Earth, the 'Hall of Records' may be present in all of us and we may be on the
brink of confirming this idea.
Jeez-O-Pete, another long post... sorry guys. I'm not really trying to write a book, I promise!