Transgenetics and the Greater Cognome trump the genetic death-clock.
The cortex is only six cells deep.
Life force and voluptuousness are received by the outer three-cell layer from the environment and the Greater Cognome.
Biologist Bruce H. Lipton is only half right about the power and influence of the cytoskeleton and the “mem-brain” because the inner three-cell layer receives death and limitation instructions from the genome and the lesser cognome (as well as the microbiome).
This is the physiological meaning of the two Trigrams of the I Ching uniting to create one Hexagram.
Heaven-Man-Earth can be predetermined transgenetically (Life & Swargas) or genetically (Death & Patalas).
Unfortunately, this 50-50 chance – and Bruce H. Lipton being half-right – is misleading because 99% of humanity choose the Big D and Patalas (another word for Chakras).
1% of humanity choose Life & Consciousness without an Object, but only 1% of this 1% stick it out for the ultimate reward of Physical Immortality (the Babaji Factor).
PS: The cells of our human body are outnumbered by its microbial cells by ten to one, yet the entire microbiome (the sum of all these microbes) only weighs about seven ounces.
Our micobiome affects our will power and our day-to-day choices – especially in diseases of microbial origin.
Genetics is grossly oversimplified when factoring in epigenetics, metagenetics, transgenetics, and their constituent “lower” levels of proteonomics, glyconomics, saccharonics, metabolomics, transcriptonomics, ribonomics, ionomics, etc.
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September 19, 2012 @ 12:40 pm atomb
“Are you The One?” – Master Chen (Yun Xiang Tseng)
September 28, 2012 @ 1:51 am Kira
I think you mentioned that you will attend the next seminar by Master Cheng… where will it be and are you going? recently got interested in Qi Gong for healing my Chronic Fatigue and other Enocrinological issues…
October 1, 2012 @ 7:19 pm atomb
Master Chen is mostly in Colorado and China these days.
Info on his lectures and workshops is often posted at …
I’m in Reno, Nevada, for a week or two.
September 19, 2012 @ 3:23 pm Lucy
Chronobiotic diet helps with the diseases of microbial origins?
September 20, 2012 @ 7:36 am atomb
A body on time has more energy for enhanced immune modulation.
Microbes on time love bodies out of time.
September 20, 2012 @ 5:54 pm Lucy
Thank you so much Atom !!
I barefoot every day in the morning and afternoon,the times that I told me.I walk a lot in stones and grass and I´ve heard that íf you barefooting,you definitely have parasites.Do you agree with grapefruit seeds extract to take away parasites?garlic at night? As you said, microbes,even in the bare foot don´t like time ?Is that right ? Thanks again.
September 20, 2012 @ 11:07 pm atomb
Substandard immunity, cuts on the feet, and where you walk predispose a person to getting parasites while walking barefoot.
Garlic and grapefruit seeds discourage parasites but rarely eliminate them.
Swami Nitty-Gritty gave us the following parasite purge to be done for at least 30 days …
Black walnut hulls in the morning.
Raw pumpkin seeds at midday.
A shot of tequila at night.
Anyone attempting this purge should definitely check with their professional health adviser first.
September 21, 2012 @ 4:09 am lydia
Been listening to your shows and started taking the spirulina in the morning. Please could you tell me how much time I should leave between the spirulina and my chronobiotic breakfast. Also if I am taking it daily how much is recommended if also taking with chlorella. I have looked in your book and cannot see the time for taking camu camu – it is a berry which comes from a shrub so thinking perhaps midday? How much would you recommend? Many thanks for all your information. Cannot wait for the courses to start hoping they are avaliable on the internet.
September 21, 2012 @ 9:13 pm atomb
The optimum time is two hours (one two-hour “acupuncture hour” or “organ time”).
Camu camu is a Zone One morning food.
Its fruit is from a bushy riverside tree.
You probably already know it’s very rich in vitamin C.
Here’s hoping we’ll have courses available in cyberspace soon. :)
September 21, 2012 @ 5:32 am Lucy
Thank you so much Atom.I´ll do that (without ´´professionals´´)
(Huge hug face and hugs for you);))))
September 21, 2012 @ 9:00 pm atomb
Hugs back! :)