OCTOBER 21, 2013

How do we keep anything simple when we continue breaking through all sorts of former walls of ignorance about any number of things and some scientist comes up with a complicated name for the breakthrough? …and yet, I say, we must keep it simple or we miss the seeming supernatural, the seeming miracle.

Here’s an example of a complicated word: “Epigenetics” and the reason we must, in my mind, keep it simple: Epigenetics means, quite simply, controlled above the genes.

People are trapped in what turns out to be medical myths that came out of an earlier understanding that the DNA and genes determined certain heredity factors that made them prone to certain disease and death because many family members in the past died from those things.

The science of epigenetics has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the individual human mind can alter both the course of DNA and the entire structure of genes at the cellular level.

Taking a closer look at what I just said …a guy with absolutely no scientific or medical training or any kind of credentials …except –well, we’ll get into that just a little further on down– DNA and genes do make us prone to any number of hereditary factors, BUT it is a proven fact that the human mind can OVERRIDE them. Just because your mother, father, grandparents and other distant relatives had cancer or heart disease does mean that you may be prone to any number of things …but YOU, yes YOU can stop the propensity in its tracks!

IF YOU WILL! With your mind …don’t believe it? Well, that’s understandable with all the claptrap we’ve been fed over the past fifty years by supposed experts with the credentials and training I do not possess.

One of my admitted tendencies toward being a crusty, cantankerous old man is directed at academics (with all the credentials and training I lack) who are engulfed in teaching stuff that been scientifically proven no longer true. In other words, it never was true, but we used to believe it was true and obviously part of my point, here, is that it is still being taught at high school and college level science as truth.

Enter a modern-day, acknowledged the world over, as one of the leading experts in cellular biology …Dr. Bruce Lipton.

There are enough interviews with Dr. Lipton and articles by and about his work throughout the Internet that, if you will do just a little bit of research in Google or some other search engine, you can find a treasure trove of information that will convince you of at least some of the truth I am writing about here.

In a nutshell, here is what Doctor Lipton says:       

“When DNA was found to be the hereditary material in the mid-20th century, the belief system of that time was that our genes were like blueprints and that those blueprints self-regulate and lead to the assembly and function of the human being. This is the model of genetic determinism or ‘control by genes,’ and it has been thought for the last 100 years that life was controlled by genetics. Epigenetics is a new model of gene expression. “Epi” means above, so the literal translation of epigenetic control reads: ‘controlled above the genes.’

“The difference between these two is significant because this fundamental belief called genetic determinism literally means that our lives, which are defined as our physical, physiological and emotional behavioral traits, are controlled by the genetic code. This kind of belief system provides a visual picture of people being victims: If the genes control our life function then our lives are being controlled by things outside of our ability to change them. This leads to victimization that the illnesses and diseases that run in families are propagated through the passing of genes associated with those attributes.

“Laboratory evidence shows this is not true. When we buy into being a victim, we automatically buy into needing a rescuer, meaning we accept that somebody else is going to save us from ourselves. This is the unfortunate situation where the medical community has inserted itself. Also, even though the genetic determinism belief system has been revised over the past fifteen years, the problem is that the revisions are being recognized only at the level of the biomedical research scientists; these ideas are not making their way to the public. In the meantime, the mass media continues to portray that ‘a gene controls this’ and ‘a gene that controls that.’”

One interviewer on You-tube said:  “You are saying, then, that when newspaper and magazine journalists report on published cell biology and genetics research from leading science journals like Nature and Science, they are still interpreting those research findings through the model of determinism, reinforcing the erroneous idea that science will rescue us from our own genetics.”

Here was Dr. Lipton’s response: “The medical industry wants to sell genes, they want to sell gene cards …buy a gene card and read your future – when in actuality, that technology has no more scientific value, maybe even less value, than going to a palm reader or an astrologer. In fact, advanced, ancient systems of astrology are probably more accurate than gene reading cards.”

Please remember this is not Brad Cullen saying these things, I am only quoting! Just like when I quote Jesus – “Nothing shall be impossible for any individual who believes enough.” I didn’t say that, folks, Jesus said it …a perfect segue into what I promised would come “a little further down” – we’ve reached that point.

I love to drag out the witnesses to the many healings of any number of diseases determined by medical doctors to be “terminal” – “incurable” – those witnesses being doctors or preachers because, on my own, as already admitted, I have no credentials or training. When doctors and preachers start referring people, the credential is implied, is it not?

What is the point of carrying on any further …if you aren’t ready to hear the truth?

We’ll leave it there until next time . . .























KEEPING IT SIMPLE [Brad Cullen] 10-21-13         1


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