Updated August 29, 2014 by in5d Alternative News
by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Codons are like light switches and most of them are turned off.
In the movie, “Lucy,” Morgan Freeman’s character (Professor Norman) asks the question, “What if there was a way of accessing 100% of our brains? What would we be capable of?”
Perhaps if the remaining codons in our DNA were activated, we might know the answer… Of course, the critics and those who rely on empirical data to back up a scientific hypothesis will argue that we use 100% of our brains, but that doesn’t explain intellectual anomalies such as Albert Einstein or Nikola Tesla, who were able to envision things that the common man or woman could not, nor does it explain how certain people can have a traumatic brain injury that unlocks a specific ability that they never had before, such as the examples in the following articles on In5D: The Boy With The Incredible Brain and Head Injury Turns Dropout Into Fractal Genius.
Near death experiences and DNA
For example, when a person has a near death experience (NDE), the soul leaves the body, yet the DNA remains with the shell. If our previous lives and soul essence were all kept within the DNA of the body, then there would be no recollection of who you are or any of your previous lives upon leaving the body.
While having an NDE, many people said that they had a galactic consciousness and innately knew everything about anything, yet were not allowed to bring back all of this knowledge upon returning to their bodies.
So, if the genetic DNA and the brain are still within the shell, yet the soul is able to know “everything about anything” upon leaving the body in a near death experience, then how important is our DNA on an etheric level? It isn’t.
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