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Article by Bruni Brewin

The Royal Society’s ‘motto-morphosis’:

Ben Pile & Stuart Blackman in and article named ‘The Royal Society’s ‘motto-morphosis’ say it is an ominous sign that the prestigious scientific institution has changed its motto from ‘on the word of no one’ to ‘respect the facts.’  

Quote” N ullius in Verba, the motto of the prestigious Royal Society in London, is usually translated as ‘on the word of no one’. When it was coined back in 1663, it was intended to distance science from the methods of the ancient universities, which relied heavily on the personal authority of the scholars. ‘On the word of no one’ highlighted the independent authority that empirical evidence bestowed on science; knowledge about the material universe should be based on appeals to experimental evidence rather than authority.

The Royal Society’s ‘motto-morphosis’ - where it has gone from saying ‘on the word of no one’ to demanding that we ‘respect the facts’ - points to an important shift in the way that scientific authority is used to close down debate these days.

In today’s age, science has correspondingly become more entwined with the political process and science papers printed that do not talk of facts.  Unrepresentative evidence has morphed into scientific fact by a process that owes more to Chinese whispers than scientific rigour.” Unquote 

You can read the whole story on the cited url below.

Cited at: http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/3357#.VWHPPkYvwZw

 

Just how much can we rely on the validity of research?

The first thing that comes to mind for me is that; "There is no such thing as 'Evidence Based Scientific Research'." Science knocks itself on the head with that quote alone. In itself in reality the term only means; "What we believe and think today is...."  (not to mention it is simply the outcome of the author(s) of the research.)  As history has shown over and over, as new evidence becomes available, the previous research has been overturned by a newer research, or the research has shown to be flawed, misinterpreted or even tampered with to make it what the author(s) want you to believe.

In Rupert Sheldrake’s Blog, ‘Science Set Free’, Sheldrake points out that the world of science is in the midst of unprecedented soul-searching at present.  He says that the credibility of science rests on the widespread assumption that results are replicable, and that high standards are maintained by anonymous review.  This just isn’t so.  To the extent that a Science’s staff member from the American journal Science wrote an article riddled with scientific and statistical errors which he sent to 304 ‘peer reviewed’ journals, half of which accepted the article for publication. 

Furthermore, publications do not publish any negative results, they post in favour of a positive outcome to get published and obtain further funding, so the credibility of research suffers in consequence.  You may think this would be the abnormal rather than the normal outcome.  That unfortunately is not the case. In 2011, German researchers in the drug company Bayer found in an extensive survey that in 53 key papers only 6 (11%) could be confirmed.  Whilst in 2013, in experimental psychology, as in other branches of science, much of the published research could not be replicated, and last year it turned out that around two-thirds of the published studies in top psychology journals were not reproducible.

You are able to read the whole story on the cited url below.

Cited at: http://sciencesetfree.tumblr.com

It is not my intention to rubbish the validity of science as it has done much good, yet many in science endeavour to rubbish the healing in nature which has also done much good for many years prior to modern medicine.  An integration of both is happening in many Eastern and Asian countries, whilst in Australia we are lagging behind some even wanting to stamp out anything other than Allopathy.

Scientist Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies:

Esoteric and spiritual teachers have known for ages that our body is programmable by language, words and thought.

I quote from a summarized article by Baerbel, edited and translated on rense.com:  “Only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins.  It is this subset of DNA that is of interest to western researchers and is being categorised.  The other 90% are considered “Junk DNA”.  Russian researchers, however, convinced that nature was not dumb, joined linguists and geneticists in a venture to explore that 90% of “Junk DNA”.

The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev showed that living chromosomes function just like a holographic computer using endogenous DNA laser radiation (coherent light).

They say that living DNA will always react to laser beams that have been modulated by frequencies, including language.  This means that they managed, for example, to modulate certain frequency patterns (sound) onto a laser-like ray which influenced DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself.  There is evidence for a whole new type of medicine in which DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies WITHOUT cutting out and replacing single genes.

The information is from the book "Vernetzte Intelligenz" von Grazyna Fosar und Franz Bludorf, ISBN 3930243237, summarized and commented by Baerbel. The book is unfortunately only available in German so far.

As a Counsellor and Clinical Hypnotherapist I have known how powerfully we are able to make changes for clients in hypnosis, but until now did not have the ability to Point to the reason(s) why this worked.

 

 

 

 

 

26 Mar 2016

Article/Information supplied by Bruni Brewin

Disclaimer - Any general advice given in any article should not be relied upon and should not be taken as a substitute for visiting a qualified medical Doctor.

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