Chandra is convinced
we now have more DNA turned on than ever before. This is not only with
the children but with us adults also. Many people are being born with
extra DNA, but it’s the ones who are mutating during their own
lifetime that has got the scientists interested.
Greg Braden was the
first to expose this in his ground breaking book Walking Between
If we define ourselves genetically, this new species looks different
in terms of specific DNA, though their bodies may appear as the familiar
bodies of friends and loved ones. On a molecular level, beyond the seeing
of the naked eye, they have allowed themselves to become genetic possibilities
that were not available just a few short years ago. In the open literature
there are reports of a phenomenon that scientists have named spontaneous
genetic mutation. They are called spontaneous because they appear to
have developed during the course of an individual's lifetime in response
to a life challenge rather than appear as a new form of the code detected
at birth. In these instances, the genetic code has learned to express
itself in a new way that serves the individual's survival.
The most amazing piece of information regarding these changes was this
report of a young boy who was tested positive for HIV when he was born.
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of
Medicine report unambiguous evidence of a boy who tested positive for
HIV twice - at 19 days of age and one month later. Yet by every measure,
this kindergartner appears to have been HIV free for at least 4 years
[in a quote from an article in the April 1995 Science News].
The study was reported by Yvonne J. Bryson and her colleague in the
March 30, 1996, New England Journal of Medicine .... ''The
virus is not lying dormant within the body, opportunistically awaiting
an external cue to become active; it is eradicated from the body!''
Cells were taken
from his body to see how resistant he had become. The HIV virus was
increased and increased until it reached a level of 3000 times the amount
needed to contract the disease. What we are seeing here is a total genetic
mutation of the immune system within the lifetime of an individual.
But this was not only a solitary phenomenon. As Greg Braden states in
Walking Between the Worlds. “A study released in the August 17,
1996, issue of Science news reports that about 1 percent of the population
tested now have developed genetic mutations that make them resistant
to HIV infection!'' We are talking about sixty million people worldwide
who have already genetically mutated and the numbers are increasing.
The very same process was documented by Dr. Victor Marcial-Vega, in
his detailed account called The Healing of Aids about African
prostitutes who suddenly became free of the HIV virus. The same scenario
is being played out across the globe. The next chapters explain the