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Chemtrails and some of the effects on your DNA

By B. Walker

Much has been written about this phenomena we call Chemtrails, and there has been much debate as to if this really exists or not, but as one who has experienced this first hand and has pictures and proof, as well as documented its existence even through Congressional source material such as the ;”Space preservation Act. Found in the Thomas Library of Congress” but little is truly known of what exactly is in this toxic cocktail. Of the things we are sure of in analysis is that some of the key components are Aluminum, Barium various metal particulate, and Phosgene. Although I will not attempt to spell out all of the implications to what can transpire with the constant exposure I will delve into some of it and the reasons for its uses.  

Aluminum when mixed with other agents such as barium and some of the other ingredients in phosgene gasses can also be substituted for H3C in the nitrogenous base thymine of DNA. This creates the base analog of 5-bromouracil. When incorporated as a nucleotide for DNA, due to having different hydrogen bonding properties, this can cause a mutation of that base pair and create new species and have devastating effects on the human genome, this toxic cocktail when especially heated and mixed with H2O produces a multitude of side effects. Think of the makeup of the human body with its heat and water content. Think of the trace metals that make up the body, and the ability of a plasma ray to be able to super heat the internal organs of those who have succumbed to this meted process. You literally could cause people to melt from the inside out. I will not take this aspect any further, but will continue on with my original content.

One of the key components of Phosgene, is bromine and of that is called Isocyanates” they are powerful irritants to the mucous membranes of the eyes and gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts. Direct skin contact can also cause marked inflammation. Isocyanates can also sensitizethe populous, making them subject to severe asthma attacks if they are exposed again. Death from severe asthma in some sensitized subjects has been reported. How this toxic stew can bond with your DNA, and the synthesis that takes place I will give by example below for simplicity.

Take this simple example

Evolution can be seen in its purest form in the daily evolution of bacteria. Here's a quick summary to highlight the most important points in How Cells Work:

A bacterium is a small, single-celled organism. In the case of E. coli, the bacteria are about one-hundredth the size of a typical human cell. You can think of the bacteria as a cell wall (think of the cell wall as a tiny plastic bag) filled with various proteins, enzymes and other molecules, plus a long strand of DNA, all floating in water.

The DNA strand in E. coli contains about 4 million base pairs, and these base pairs are organized into about 1,000 genes. A gene is simply a template for a protein, and often these proteins are enzymes.

An enzyme is a protein that speeds up a particular chemical reaction if you can alter the enzymes you can control its speed of this reaction. For example, one of the 1,000 enzymes in an E. coli's DNA might know how to break a maltose molecule (a simple sugar) into its two glucose molecules. That is all that that particular enzyme can do, but that action is important when an E. coli is eating maltose. Once the maltose is broken into glucose a sugar, other enzymes act on the glucose molecules to turn them into energy for the cell to use.

To make an enzyme that it needs, the chemical mechanisms inside an E. coli cell make a copy of a gene from the DNA strand and use this template to form the enzyme. The E. coli might have thousands of copies of some enzymes floating around inside it, and only a few copies of others. The collection of 1,000 or so different types of enzymes floating in the cell makes all of the cell's chemistry possible. This chemistry makes the cell "alive" -- it allows the E. coli to sense food, move around, eat and reproduce think of yourself as that cell.

­At a microscopic level, we are all composed of cells. Look at yourself in a mirror -- what you see is about 10 trillion cells divided into about 200 differen­t types. Our muscles are made of muscle cells, our livers of liver cells, and there are even very specialized types of cells that make the enamel for our teeth or the clear lenses in our eyes!

If you want to ­understand how your body works, you need to understand cells. Everything from reproduction to infections to repairing a broken bone happens down at the cellular level. If you want to understand new frontiers like biotechnology and genetic engineering, you need to understand cells as well look to the fact we have perfected technology to the point we can mix humans and animal DNA to create monsters! Yes I said it Monsters, part human and part animals look at the Bill made in congress called   S.1435 -- Human-Animal Hybrid Prohibition Act of 2009 look it up! Just as described in the myths and legends of old, about the Greek and Egyptian gods.

Anyone who reads the paper or any of the scientific magazines (Scientific American, Discover, Popular Science) is aware that genes are BIG news these days ­Gene science and genetics are rapidly changing the face of medicine, agriculture and even the legal system!

Delve down to the molecular level to completely understand how cells work. We'll look at the simplest cells possible: bacteria cells. By understanding how bacteria work, you can understand the basic mechanisms of all of the cells in your body. This is a fascinating topic both because of its very personal nature and the fact that it makes these news stories so much clearer and easier to understand. Also, once you understand how cells work, you will be able to answer other related questions like these:

What is a virus and how does it work at the molecular level?

What is an antibiotic and how do antibiotics work? Why don't antibiotics kill normal cells?

What is a vitamin, and why do we need to take them every day?

How do poisons work?

What does it mean to be alive, at least at the cellular level?

All of these questions have obvious answers once you understand how cells work -- so let's get started!

You can see that, in any living cell, DNA helps create enzymes, and enzymes create the chemical reactions that are "life."

Bacteria reproduce asexually. This means that, when a bacteria cell splits, both halves of the split are identical -- they contain exactly the same DNA. The offspring is a clone of the parent Imagine this was Adam when God created Eve, he took half of Adam and made Eve.

Higher organisms like plants, insects and animals reproduce sexually, and this process makes the actions of evolution more interesting. Sexual reproduction can create a tremendous amount of variation within a species. For example, if two parents have multiple children, all of the children can be remarkably different and the reasons are many including the tainting of our DNA. Two brothers can have different hair color, different heights, different blood types and so on. Here's why that happens:

Instead of a long loop of DNA like a bacterium, cells of plants and animals have chromosomes that hold the DNA strands. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, for a total of 46 chromosomes. Fruit flies have five pairs. Dogs have 39 pairs, and some plants have as many as 100. Chromosomes come in pairs. Each chromosome is a tightly packed strand of DNA. There are two strands of DNA joined together at the centromere to form an X-shaped structure. One strand comes from the mother and one from the father.

Because there are two strands of DNA, it means that animals have two copies of every gene, rather than one copy as in an E. coli cell. When a female creates an egg or a male creates a sperm, the two strands of DNA must combine into a single strand. The sperm and egg from the mother and father each contribute one copy of each chromosome. They meet to give the new child two copies of each gene.

To form the single strand in the sperm or egg, one or the other copy of each gene is randomly chosen. One or the other gene from the pair of genes in each chromosome gets passed on to the child. Because of the random nature of gene selection and the original tainting, each child gets a different mix of genes from the DNA of the mother and father. This is why children from the same parents can have so many differences.

A gene is nothing but a template for creating an enzyme. This means that, in any plant or animal, there are actually two templates for every enzyme. In some cases, the two templates are the same (homozygous), but in many cases the two templates are different (heterozygous).

Here is a well-known example from pea plants that helps one to understand how pairs of genes can interact. Peas can be tall or short. The difference comes, according to Carol Deppe in the book "Breed your own Vegetable Varieties": the synthesis of a plant hormone called gibberellin. The "tall" version of the gene is normally the form that is found in the wild. The "short" version, in many cases, has a less active form of one of the enzymes involved in the synthesis of the hormone, so the plants are shorter( You could look at this as in the story of say the Nephilim and the sons of Adam, ie the giants of the bible the fallen angels). We refer to two genes as alleles of each other when they are inherited as alternatives to each other. In molecular terms, alleles are different forms of the same gene. There can be more than two alleles of a gene in a population of organisms. But any given organism has only two alleles at the most. Shorter plants usually cannot compete with the taller forms in the wild. A short mutant in a patch of tall plants would be shaded out. That problem isn't relevant when a human plants a patch or field with nothing but short plants. And short plants may be earlier than tall ones, or less subject to falling over in the rain or wind. They also may have a higher proportion of grain to the rest of the plant. So shorter plants can be anadvantage as cultivated crops (Remember the wheat and the Tares). Specific mutations or alleles are not good or bad in and of themselves, but only within a certain context. An allele that promotes better growth in hot weather may promote inferior growth in cold weather, for example.

One thing to notice in Deppe's quote is that a mutation in a single gene may have no effect on an organism, or its offspring, or its offspring's offspring. For example, imagine an animal that has two identical copies of a gene in one allele. A mutation changes one of the two genes in a harmful way. Assume that a child receives this mutant gene from the father (Remember the story of Adam and Eve after Satan tempted and beguiled Eve and she sinned? 

Genesis 3:14-15 Genesis 3:14-15 (New Living Translation)

 14 Then the Lord God said to the serpent (“SATAN”), “Because you have done this, you are cursed more than all animals, domestic and wild.  You will crawl on your belly, groveling in the dust as long as you live.  15 And I will cause hostility between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring.  He will strike your head, and you will strike his heel.”

The mother contributes a normal gene, so it may have no effect on the child (as in the case of the "short" pea gene). The mutant gene might persist through many generations and never be noticed until, at some point, both parents of a child contribute a copy of the mutant gene also note this quote from the bible; “Exodus 34:7 Keeping steadfast love for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, but who will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity (or errors) of the fathers on the children and the children's children, to the third and the fourth generation.” Because of the fallen Angels we have genetic disorders that are passed down to our children. Here is another example

 Psalm 51:5 Behold, I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me.

John 9:1-3 As he passed by, he saw a man blind from birth. And his disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” Jesus answered, “It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in him. You can now understand why the disciples had said this to Jesus! They understood this concept of the fallen angels and genetic disorders.

 At that point, taking the example from Deppe's quote, you might get a short pea plant because the plant does not form the normal amount of gibberellin.

Another thing to notice is that many different forms of a gene can be floating around in a species. The combination of all of the versions of all of the genes in a species is called the gene pool of the species. The gene pool increases when a mutation changes a gene and the mutation survives. The gene pool decreases when a gene dies out.

One of the simplest examples of evolution can be witnessed in an E. coli cell. To get a better grip on the process, we'll take a look at what happens in this cell when someone decides to play god and introduce a toxic mixture into the simplest of organisms, you will also see why we have diseases today, and the crippling and deformations in so many in the world that was not God’s grand design. This is a cruel and heinous manipulation of genetic material, and some in high places view this as a necessary evil or even justify it as the tail eating serpent called the Ouroboros. From the death of many comes new life or a new beginning, the circle of life destroys itself and creates anew the list goes on for the sick mind of evil, it has also been related as the two worlds colliding, two opposing pyramids that form an hour glass of time in motion about to superimpose each other and form the star of David. From many came one as opposed from one came many. This is where we get the notion of “The triad thesis, antithesis, synthesis” the thought of Socialism and Marxism. Let’s now continue to understand.

The Simplest Example of Evolution

The process of evolution acts on an E. coli cell by creating a mutation in the DNA. It is not uncommon for the DNA strand in an E. coli bacterium to get corrupted, think of this as a type of you or human. An X-ray, a cosmic ray or a stray chemical reaction can change or damage the DNA strand. In most cases, a particular E. coli cell with mutated DNA will either die; fix the damage in the strand or fail to reproduce this could curb population. In other words, most mutations go nowhere. But every so often, a mutation will actually survive and the cell will reproduce.

Imagine, for example, a bunch of identical E. coli cells that are living in a petri dish a perfect example of the earth and its atmosphere. With plenty of food and the right temperature, they can double every 20 minutes or 9 months in people. That is, each E. coli cell can duplicate its DNA strand and split into two new cells in 20 minutes (or 9 months). Also imagine your mouth in germ warfare is the perfect petri dish.

Now, imagine that someone pours an antibiotic into the petri dish (Or in our case a chemtrail stew). Many antibiotics kill bacteria by gumming up one of the enzymes that the bacterium needs to live. For example, one common antibiotic gums up the enzyme process that builds the cell wall. Without the ability to add to the cell wall, the bacteria cannot reproduce, and eventually they die (let this soak in! in the human sense).

When the antibiotic enters the dish (the atmosphere); all of the bacteria should die (or people). But imagine that, among the many millions of bacteria (people) living in the dish, one of them acquires a mutation that makes its cell-wall-building enzyme different from the norm. Because of the difference, the antibiotic molecule does not attach properly to the enzyme, and therefore does not affect it. That one E. coli cell will survive, and since all of its neighbors are dead, it can reproduce and take over the petri dish (or repopulate the world (see the Georgia stones monument). There is now a strain of E. coli that is immune to that particular antibiotic (Do you catch this?????? There are some humans immune to this).

In this example, you can see evolution at work. A random DNA mutation created an E. coli cell that is unique (Or one might say a human species). The cell is unaffected by the antibiotic that kills all of its neighbors (There are those who are immune to the toxic effects). This unique cell, in the environment of that petri dish (or earth), is able to survive. Note where bromine was used in the medical field, also the chemical reactions can be used as an antiseptic! This is another topic for more research.

The same property allows volatile organobromine compounds, under the action of sunlight, to form free bromine atoms in the atmosphere which are highly effective in (((((((ozone depletion)))))))). This unwanted side-effect has caused many common volatile brominated organics like methyl bromide, a pesticide that was formerly a large industrial bromine consumer,

Bromine will also oxidize metals and metalloids to the corresponding bromides. Anhydrous bromine is less reactive toward many metals than hydrated bromine, however. Dry bromine reacts vigorously with ((((((((aluminium)))))))))))))), titanium, mercury as well as alkaline earths and alkali metals. Dissolving bromine in alkaline solution gives a mixture of bromide and hypobromite.

This hypobromite is responsible for the bleaching abilities of bromide solutions. Warming of these solutions causes the disproportion reaction of the hypobromite to give bromate, a strong oxidising agent very similar to chlorate.

In contrast to the route to perchlorates, perbromates are not accessible through electrolysis but only by reacting bromate solutions with fluorine (((((((((or the ozone))))))))). In effect there are many advantages to the use of this effect, one being the toxic effect on many with lung and respatory ailments, the other is to sell a global warming theory with proof in the warming of temperatures and melting of polar icecaps, the psychiatric effects of driving some crazy, it also works as a sedative in others

Bromine has no essential function in mammals, though it is preferentially used over chloride by one antiparasitic enzyme in the human immune system. Organobromides are needed and produced enzymatically from bromide by some lower life forms in the sea, particularly algae. As a pharmaceutical, simple bromide ion, Br-, has inhibitory effects on the central nervous system, and bromide salts were once a major medical sedative

Bromine reacts violently and explosively with aluminum (One of the known elements mixed with barium) metal, forming aluminum bromide:

Bromine reacts with hydrogen in gaseous form and gives hydrogen bromide

High refractive index compounds. Bromine, like chlorine, is used in maintenance of swimming pools, especially spas (hot tubs), where it is generated in situ (or "in the reaction mixture.") from a bromide plus hydrogen peroxide antiseptic. In spas, the high water temperatures render chlorinated water purification and buffering compounds unstable, and bromine compounds may improve the life of the free-halogen antimicrobial.

E. coli are about as simple as living organisms can get, and because they reproduce so rapidly you can actually see evolution's effects on a normal time scale. In the past several decades, many different types of bacteria have become immune to antibiotics. In a similar way, insects become immune to insecticides because they breed so quickly. For example, DDT-resistant mosquitoes evolved from normal mosquitoes.

In most cases, evolution is a much slower process but this process can be sped up and I will give an example.

The Speed of Mutations

As mentioned above, many things can cause a DNA mutation, including: X-rays, Cosmic rays many are expected in 2012 as there may appear two suns in the sky as we see the signs and effects of the star Betelgeuse that goes supernova, and that bombards us with millions of neutrinos. One of the night sky's brightest stars is losing mass, indicating it is collapsing. It could run out of fuel and go super-nova at any time. When that happens, for at least a few weeks, we'd see a second sun; there may also be no night during that timeframe. If the star does go super-nova, Earth will be showered with particles. "They will flood through the Earth and bizarrely enough, even though the supernova we see visually, will light up the night sky, 99 per cent of the energy in the supernova is released in these particles that will come through our bodies and through the Earth

A neutrino shower could intensify all trace metals this "star stuff" makes up the universe. "It literally makes things like gold, silver - all the heavy elements - even things like uranium....stars like Betelgeuse are instantly forming for us, all sorts of heavy elements and atoms that our own Earth and our own bodies are made up of, from long past supernovas .  Also we must include the nuclear radiation, one of the reasons for the depletion of the ozone and the use of the chemtrail technology that effects the chemical reactions in the cell

Therefore, mutations can be fairly common. Mutations happen at a steady rate in any population, but the location and type of every mutation is not necessarily completely random and can be induced and controlled by today’s technology.

Large organisms such as human beings average about one mutation per ten gametes [a gamete is a sex cell, either sperm or egg] -- that is, there is a 10 percent chance that any given sperm or egg cell produced will have a new and inheritable change in the genetic instructions that make up the next generation this is the same reasons that in the homosexual world’ you will find that they make up about 10% of the population, this is not to say they are bad but just pointing out where this process fits. These mutations occur at random because of the original tainting as found in the book of Genesis and are almost uniformly harmful – This process can be sped up and I will show just how this is possible and will cite the example for understanding. The simplicity of this concept needs to be understood and taken to higher levels to get the most complex concept, but for the sake of those who lack the understanding of the whole it is at least best to give what can be known.

According to "Molecular Biology of the Cell":

Only about one nucleotide pair in a thousand is randomly changed every 200,000 years. Even so, in a population of 10,000 individuals, every possible nucleotide substitution will have been "tried out" on about 50 occasions in the course of a million years, which is a short span of time in relation to the evolution of species. Much of the variation created in this way will be disadvantageous to the organism and will be selected against in the population. When a rare variant sequence is advantageous, however,

It will be rapidly propagated by natural selection. Consequently, it can be expected that in any given species the functions of most genes will have been optimized by random point mutation and selection (it can be said that since the fall of man our species went from a point of being on high ie with God; to a state of devolution, or from calm to chaos as proven in thermodynamics), to a point of continued mutation, and on our way back to the father. The first book of Genesis tells us how God created the heavens and the earth the second chapter tells us why! For some they look to the union in the flesh, and to the children of God it comes by way of the spirit, this is the reason we have our culture wars today. The children of darkness; who are without God searching for either god in their own flesh, or looking to the natural for nirvana on earth by enacting physical laws. For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, and shown in science, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Professing to be Educated, they became foolish in their thinking. Those who serve in the spirit and in the light are the children of God.

1 Corinthians 15:45-53 (New King James Version)

45 And so it is written, “The first man Adam became a living being.” The last Adam became a life-giving spirit.

46 However, the spiritual is not first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual. 47 The first man was of the earth, made of dust; the second Man is the Lord from heaven. 48 As was the man of dust, so also are those who are made of dust; and as is the heavenly Man, so also are those who are heavenly. 49 And as we have borne the image of the man of dust, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly Man.

Our Final Victory

   50 Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; nor does corruption inherit incorruption. 51 Behold, I tell you a mystery: We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed— 52 in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. 53 For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.

Matter vs. antimatter on earth. or Anti-Christ vs. Christ in heaven. The physical trying to mirror the spiritual world. Their mantra is;” From many came one” Ours is from one came many. On earth as it is in heaven……………………………

According to the book "Evolution," by Ruth Moore, it is possible to speed up mutations with radiation:

So Muller put hundreds of fruit flies in gelatin capsules and bombarded them with X-rays. The irradiated flies were then bred to untreated ones. In 10 days thousands of their offspring were buzzing around their banana-mash feed, and Muller was looking upon an unprecedented outburst of man-made mutations. There were flies with bulging eyes, flat eyes, purple, yellow and brown eyes. Some had curly bristles, some no bristles... Understand this process, and think of this as the human experiment! If one were thinking of creating their own heaven on earth, and wanted to propagate their own species so to speak or like minded people who are naturally incline to certain behaviors and ideals. I know how this sounds but look at the evidence! What is antichrist but an opposing faction that means; for, or against, or instead of. In science it is matter vs antimatter, or the physical vs the spiritual one world trying to overtake the other.

Mutations fuel the process of evolution by providing new genes in the gene pool of a species. Then, natural selection takes over.

Natural Selection

As mutations occur, natural selection decides which mutations will live on and which ones will die out. If the mutation is harmful, the mutated organism has a much decreased chance of surviving and reproducing. If the mutation is beneficial, the mutated organism survives to reproduce, and the mutation gets passed on to its offspring. In this way, natural selection guides the evolutionary process to incorporate only the good mutations into the species, and expunge the bad mutations.

The book "Extinct Humans," by Ian Tattersall and Jeffrey Schwartz, puts it this way: every generation, many more individuals are produced than ever survive to maturity and to reproduce themselves. Those that succeed -- the "fittest" -- carry heritable features that not only promote their own survival but are also passed along preferentially to their offspring. In this view, natural selection is no more than the sum of all those factors that act to promote the reproductive success of some individuals (and its lack in others). Add the dimension of time, and over the generations natural selection will act to change the complexion of each evolving lineage, as advantageous variations become common in the population at the expense of those less advantageous………

Less advantageous? Those who are not aware of what is taking place on a large scale! Some call this the evolution of consciousness in the alchemy of time, what it is, is a battle between those who believe they can become gods through self indulgence and so called education and those who know we are but the creation of our God.