The hereditary nature of our characteristics was known about for many years before Crick & Watson were credited with establishing the precise structure of DNA. Chromosomes, and the concept of genes were already known. There is a clear gap between the microstructure of our DNA and the macrostructure of our physical body.
In 1925, A. A. Lubishchev recognised that our DNA and genes are not the code for the living organism in themselves, but are the link to our bio-informational field where this information resides and operates at the quantum level as waves and fields. This confirmed what Alexander G. Gurwitsch had already proposed. Only a few years later, N. Beklemishev came to the same conclusion through his work.
Following on from Crick and Watson, modern western Molecular Biology, Genetics and Embryology developed their theories. Unlike their Russian counterparts, the western understanding was very much more materialistic and ultimately based on an absolute and physical understanding of the genes and sequences of DNA as the whole story. It was clear that this would require a very precise and accurate coding, which has since been proven not to exist. For example it turned out that the triplet UUU codes for both phenylalanine and leucine, which was inconsistent with the declaration of the unambiguity of the DNA-RNA encoding of amino acids in proteins. Crick developed the Wobble Hypothesis to explain that the third nucleotide in codons is somewhat fluid because there are a variety of different codons within DNA that do not correspond to a single amino acid. Ulf Lagerkvist developed this further according to his Two-out-of-Three rule whereby amino acids are coded not by triplet, but by doublet of nucleotides in a triplet. This research culminated in the International Human Genome Project led by Dr Craig Ventnor that focussed on the 5% of the encoding triplets of DNA they did not consider to be "Junk" DNA. Even from the early Russian hypotheses, it is clear that there are other levels of understanding that our western investigations failed to appreciate.
While western science focussed on trying to interpret just 5% of the genome, in the Soviet Union in 1990, a group of Russian scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences was formed to study the complete human genome. This research was led by Dr. Peter Gariaev, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, as well as the Academy of Sciences in New York. The Russian research took a wider and much more open view in their studies. The research team included Biophysicists, Molecular Biologists, Embryologists and even Linguistic experts. Their research revealed that the supposed junk DNA that has been completely neglected and forgotten by western mainstream science, was not a redundant leftover of evolution at all. Linguistic studies revealed that the sequencing of the codons of the non-coding DNA follow the rules of a basic syntax. There is a definite structure and logic in the sequence of these triplets, creating a biological language. Research further revealed that the codons actually form words and sentences, just like our ordinary human language follows grammatic rules.
Scientists have conducted significant research into the origins of human languages and the origins of the grammatic rules that are so essential to all human languages; however they have always failed to find the source. The Russian studies suggest that the origins of human languages may be surprisingly attributed to the predominant DNA native to each region. The language of the genes is much, much older than any human language that was ever uttered on this planet. It is even conceivable that the DNA grammar itself served as the blueprint for the development of human speech.
Another amazing fact that Dr Gariaev’s group discovered was that the DNA is by no means a closed book of life. He discovered that the "text" of the DNA book can be altered. The codons of the DNA string can be rearranged in different sequences. In other words, the software of the human genome - our DNA molecule - can be reprogrammed! Research revealed that the triplets in the DNA string are able to change places.
Since the DNA was found to have a syntax and semantics akin to our human languages, it indicated that our current restricted understanding of DNA that supposed it only codes for the production of proteins and for the chemical make up of an organism, is only a fraction of the story.
Dr. Peter Gariaev discovered that when in vitro DNA is exposed to coherent laser light, the DNA absorbs light photons in its surrounding area, and causes the photons to spiral through the molecule itself as if guided by the structure of the DNA molecule. This spiraling effect will continue in exactly the same place for up to 30 days after the DNA is physically removed from that location. This effect is called the 'DNA Phantom'.
Vladimir Poponin and his team of Russian Academy of Sciences repeated the work of Gariaev at the Heartmath Institute in the U.S.A. Poponin concluded again that a field structure was formed in the physical vacuum even when the original DNA was removed. We’ve seen similar examples of vacuum changes before that could be attributed to torsion fields.
One of the most astonishing experiments that was performed by Dr Gariaev’s group was the reprogramming of the DNA codon sequences using modulated laser light. Using their discovery of the grammatical syntax of the DNA language they were able to modulate coherent laser light and even radio waves and add semantics (meaning) to the carrier wave. In this way they were able to reprogram in vivo DNA in living organisms by using the correct resonant frequencies of DNA. The most impressive discovery made so far is that spoken language can be modulated on the carrier wave with the same reprogramming effect. This stunning scientific discovery has many implications. It means that our own DNA can simply be reprogrammed by human speech, supposing that the words are modulated on the correct carrier frequencies!
Whereas western science uses complicated CRISPR processes to cut and paste DNA triplets into the DNA strand, Dr Gariaev used modulated laser light to do exactly the same thing. This Russian technique has proven to be very successful in repairing damaged DNA material in vivo.
Despite this success and reproducibility, modern Biology and Medicine has been very resistant to accept, let alone adopt such possibilities. They have reached the same stage that Physics went through during the 20th Century when Quantum Physics evolved. Biochemistry must yield somewhat and recognise the superior importance of Biophysics. Only though Biophysics can we recognise and examine the biological properties of our Anatomy and Physiology that are stored and governed at the quantum level in fields and waves.
In this video on our Youtube channel, Dr Gariaev relates the difficulties and objections to his work that he experienced from other scientists, and hints at some of the future potentials for Wave Genetics to help not only people and animals, but plants too.
Ultimately, the biophysical influence of frequencies and quantum waves and fields will be recognised and widely utilised for treatments beyond their currently limited recognition for imaging purposes.