Just wait—I have an inside scoop on amazing insights into biology that will definitely win me a Nobel prize. I have to thank Eve for leading me to this incredible prophetic knowledge.
Who among you has heard light lately? Many doubt me. Watch for this: Someday your science is going to show that DNA actually sings! Instruments will show that DNA sings [has vibrations of sound] and you’re going to say, “Wow, this sounds like something Kryon told us.” [Laughter] Why don’t you save some energy and simply believe it now instead of waiting for your scientists to tell it to you? Is it because it’s invisible? Well so is magnetism and gravity. I’m telling you that some of these things that I’m discussing this minute are very close to discovery.
Heck yeah…if he says it’s going to be shown to be true someday, I ought to just believe him right now! This fellow Kryon has even more information about DNA.
Let me tell you about your DNA. It is magnetic, and therefore it responds to the grid! With respect to magnetics, gravity, time, and matter placement: There is a puzzle here that has never been unraveled. It never could be within your old 4D paradigm. Now, suddenly in this new energy, your science begins to understand that there are at least 11 dimensions at the heart of every atom of matter. (We have told you that there are 12.) And suddenly you are beginning to understand that even time is variable. Later, there will also be the acknowledgment that the displacement of matter from one area to another is also part of this equation. There is one specific formula whose attributes are gravity, magnetics, time, and the location of matter. They all come together in a grand dance that will be the “mother lode” of physics when it is discovered and understood. When it is ready, this information will be brought to you, but for now, let me tell you about the “pattern” of how this works for your DNA.
It sounds suspiciously like word salad, but Kryon of Magnetic Service assures us all that what Kryon says is true. You can’t beat that logic.
I think I need to go lie down now.
“It never could be within your old 4D paradigm.”
He assumes too much. Timecube is our paradigm.
Ignorance of Time Cube dooms humans, inflicting their own created “word hell”. Damn straight… ;)
Bronze Dog says
Funny, last I heard, the cosmologists settled on 10. Found out the 11th wasn’t really necessary to explain something.
Our puny science will be overthrown by the super-duper-science of tomorrow!
Some DNA replication enzymes operate rather slowly, (compared to most enzymes). Frequencies in the audible range, around 2kHz? So its entirely possible that certain sounds may boost DNA replication.
So I’ve heard, but supposedly they mostly tend to be loathsome 40s pop tunes that really, really should have been staked and laid to rest a long time ago (Frank Sinatra, Barry Manilow, ad nauseum). Especially when combined with flowers, wine, and about $(5*(too much)) worth of dinner. x.x
Sean Foley says
Instruments will show that DNA sings [has vibrations of sound] and you’re going to say, “Wow, this sounds like something Kryon told us.”
Heh. Peter Medawar had this bozo’s number years ago: “It would have been a great disappointment to me if Vibration did not did not somewhere make itself felt, for all scientistic mystics either vibrate in person or find themselves resonant with cosmic vibrations…”
I can’t help but wonder if this Lee Carroll guy who channels Kryon once painted his bike, or tagged a boxcar, with cans of Krylon spray paint.
I liked the part where Krylon (misspelling deliberate) talks about the “mother lode” and puts it “in quotes,” so we’ll “know” it’s something “really special.”
And then there’s all those chatty moments where the reader talks back to Krylon like a ventriloquist’s dummy:
“Kryon, I don’t like that idea of physics entering the realm of spirituality.”
“Kryon, are you telling us that ordinary things have light in them?”
“Well, Kryon, even if the Lemurians had an interdimensional layer to them, they’ve been in the mountain how long? How many thousands of years? Wouldn’t they be old? Wouldn’t they have all died by now? How does that work?”
“Kryon, I don’t wish to change my astrology sign. I like who I am.”
“Kryon, can you tell me how to disable popups on my computer when I’m surfing the Internet?”
Okay, I made up that last one.
There used to be a woman named Jane Roberts who “channeled” an ancient superbeing named Seth. She died in 1984, but for about 20 years, she cranked out the saddest mess of mystical junk, in books, tapes, and personal appearances.
In his book “The End of Faith,” Sam Harris said something to the effect that religious moderates enforce an environment of tolerance that nourishes religious extremists.
I would argue that Jane Roberts and Lee Carroll are data points for an equally nasty effect of religious tolerance. Here are these sad, possibly mentally ill people who caper on their tiny stages and destroy the minds of others, preying mentally and economically on the helpless and weak and young.
People with almost nothing left to lose can still have some of the life sucked out of them by parasites like Roberts and Lee. And it can be done legally, in full public view, because our whole society is poisoned with the idea, through religion, that our lives are not real, that this is all only a dress rehearsal, that all things in faith are true, and that everybody has a “right” to believe — and purvey to others — absolutely any silly, mind-destroying idea they come up with.
Correction: “… by parasites like Roberts and Carroll.”
Make sure to read the exerpt from “Book One”:
It explains everything. Sort of.
How sweet to play the prophet of the age!
To preach the music sung by DNA
And lift our flat depictions off the page
To planes unknown by scientists today…
tim gueguen says
Reading this tempts me to create a new blog under an alias, post reams of ridiculous pseudoscience crap to it made up off the top of my head, and see who falls for it.
G. Tingey says
“Vibrations” AND “Magentism” AND different “Energies”.
The sure guarantee of 150% pure bullshit.
Has this twerp ever though of emulating ElronHubbard, and setting up a religion, in order to make Loadsamoney?
man, this dna singing thing reminds me of Greg Bear’s “Blood Music”
A few years ago, I had seen a cartoon where the superhero located the villain by detecting his DNA vibrations. I remember laughing and thinking, “wow, is this the ‘science’ that makes it to kids television?” Maybe Kryon saw the same cartoon and had a “revelation”.
“Magnetic Service?” What in the name of Maxwell’s equations would that be, exactly?
Magnetic poles need a bit of adjustment? Who ya gonna call? Why, Kryon’s Magnetic Service, of course! The best in the field — just drop ’em a line!
(Though I have to say that I first thought of the MST3K-treated movie Radar Secret Service.)
While in this case that’s absolutely true, it doesn’t guarantee anything. I’m an MHD wave theorist, dealing with waves (vibrations) in magnetically controlled fluids. We have plenty of types of energy (magnetic, kinetic and internal) and yet we are a real science (I’m actually an astrophysicist so I know plenty of people who’d disagree but MHD is used in more terrestrial areas of science too).
And that’s the problem. To someone without a working knowledge of real science how different is MHD (vibrations, magnetism and different energies) from this rubbish (vibrations, magnetism and different energies)?
David Harmon says
tim gueguen: “Reading this tempts me to create a new blog under an alias, post reams of ridiculous pseudoscience crap to it made up off the top of my head, and see who falls for it.”
NOOOoooo! Do not summon what you cannot put down! ;-)
I remember in 1990 or so, someone gave me a book from one of those “channelers”, who predicted a sort of “spiritual apocalypse” in 1987…. But they did have enough waffle-language to CYA if it happened that nobody noticed the grand tranformation.
Feh, this is the second instance of Magnet Mania I’ve run across recently, the previous one being this: http://www.magneticosleep.com. The disturbing part about that is the place I ran across it: in a “health” magazine that was lying around a hospital waiting room.
So its entirely possible that certain sounds may boost DNA replication.
Heck, anyone with Barry White in their music collection could tell you that.
Keith Douglas says
lt.kizhe: Only the second? There must have been dozens recently – magnetized water, magnetic blankets (goes well with your pacemaker!), magnet insoles, rings, …
(As any fool can plainly see.)
I just wanted to pull that stellar paragraph out for to be admired.
Bronze Dog says
Quote supplied by Owlmirror make brain bleed.
Sending to MarkCC, if he’s in the mood.
There was a big stock market crash, though. Maybe he was channeling the financial spirits.
Keith Douglas replies to me: Only the second? There must have been dozens recently….
Second previously-unknown that’s entered my personal universe in the past week, yes. Before that was johnellis.com (not magnets, but equally or worse BS), which was a full page ad in Discover magazine a couple months back. And attaching stupid little magnets to your plumbing to prevent scale or improve the taste or save your family from cancer is perennial (even comes up on the internal newsgroups at work occasionally — fortunately, I’m not the only hard-nosed skeptic working here ;-).
But I thought I did well to retain the URL in memory through the sedation ;-).
The New Agers love to abscond with physics terminology and blend physics with their own weird blend of religion, history, myth and literature. Witness the movie, “What the bleep do we know?” A lot of them remind me of people who have lost the ability to distinguish between science fiction, fantasy and/or reality.
Like the IDists and fringe scientists, New Agers borrow official sounding terminology to bolster their authority, as if using “big words” gives you creds. Unfortunately, the scientifically (theologically and historically) illiterate public eats it up.
And like Elron, many of these kooks charge the gullible big money to hear their pearls of wisdom. They don’t need to found a church; all they need is a website and maybe a publisher, like Deepockets Chopra.
Bronze Dog says
Since I feel like showing the real Skeptico some support, here’s a link to his review of What the Bleep.
My brother watched that movie with some of his friends. They nearly wore out the pause and rewind buttons on his remote laughing at every sentence.