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Today, we look at the aspect that Consciousness plays in the role of Evolution, and the evolution that's happening to us right now as a species on planet earth.

PS. This one is about 14 minutes long, fair warning. Because of the way i have to embed audio so that it stays in sync, i can't add a pause button (the audio just keeps going forever). If you need to pause and watch specific parts, please view in HD on Youtube, links are in the preloader :) Sorry about the inconvenience.

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Facebook Page - http://www.facebook.com/p ages/Spirit-Science/21023 8862349944
Twitter - @itsJordanD

Flower of Life books - http://www.megaupload.com /?d=VYD4KMN3

Humans Are Free - DNA Mutations - http://humansarefree.com/
2011/04/amazing-scientist s-our-dna-is-mutating.htm l

DNA Mutation - Spiritual Evolution
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=g7VOKDQz3yU

Are we Crystalline Beings
http://lewfh.tripod.com/c oloursarecodedfrequencies inphotonicbandgapcrystals tructures/

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PerficePerfice

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 28, 2011

Pyramids

You know the pyraminds are actually diamonds, they go underground in a pyramid direction also. Most of it has been buried by sand by now though.



TerraDragon13TerraDragon13

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 27, 2011

Thank You

I will admit that I find it very hard to understand some of these concepts, hard to remember a lot of the facts and ratios, and the connections between all the facts and pictures and such. It is difficult for me. But I watch these videos anyway, when you come out with a new one, becuase I am thirsty for any new information, and important changes that may come, and things that will help me not only understand myself better, but understand the world around me, and whatever is beyond that (which I have a hard time imagining too XD).
Mostly, I'm just saying that whoile I don't quite -get- all this, I am extremely excited to hear it, and I want to thank you for bringing this to a place where I can see it and show it to my friends and LEARN.
I truly thank you for teaching me so much.

...Just as a PS, if you have a Skype or something, I'd be absolutely more than happy to talk with you one on one, I'm sure I could... be enlightened by you, and provide you with a fair amount of entertainment. lol If you would prefer not, tho, it's perfectly alright. o3o


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kakalxlaxkakalxlax

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 19, 2011

about the 3 stringed dna kid

A British toddler born with an extra strand in his DNA is the first and only case known in the world.

The parents of unique two-year-old, Alfie Clamp, who has suffered from severe disabilities since birth, were so worried about his debilitating condition that he was put through six weeks of medical tests to figure out what was wrong.

Doctors were stunned upon discovering that his seventh chromosome revealed an extra strand of DNA - a yet-to-be-named rare genetic disorder - that has never been recorded anywhere in the world.

As a result of the extra DNA, Alfie couldn't roll over until he was 18-months-old as his muscles were too weak. Parents Gemma and Richard Clamp, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire, also say that their son, who has almost died twice, was also blind until he was three-months-old.

Mr Clamp told the Daily Mail: "The doctors told us there is nothing we could have done to prevent it. I don't think we'll ever know why it happened. I was holding him in my arms and I could see his eyes start to focus on me. It was a massive milestone for us because we didn't know if that would ever happen."

Dr Andrew Jackson, from the Medical Research Council's Genetics Unit in Edinburgh explained to Yahoo! UK News more about Alfie's condition: "Chromosomes are what make us unique. Missing or additional chromosomes are a chance occurrence. Children are quite often born with additional or missing chromosome material, leading them to having learning difficulties and congenital problems."

"Essentially, Alfie has the normal amount of chromosomes (23), but chromosome seven is different because it has additional material on it, which explains his underlying developmental problems."

Unfortunately, Alfie's one-in-seven billion gene anomaly does not give any clues as to whether his condition will improve or worsen as he gets older.

Alfie, who needs to take medicines every day to help his body absorb nutrients, will be operated on this month to fix an intestinal problem.

Both parents had their DNA tested and found that they were not carriers of the faulty gene. Alfie's ten-year-old sister is also perfectly healthy.

According to Unique, a chromosome disorder support group, one in every 200 babies is born with a rare chromosome disorder.

Written by Gaby Leslie


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notaheronotahero

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 19, 2011

So...

What happened to people who got there before the 3rd? Died? Unaccepted or something?
Just wondering...
anyways, I can't wait for that day 3rd stage comes, but what will happen to people who are on the 2nd stage now? Giving birth to mutants or their body evolve or something?


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darklink666darklink666

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 19, 2011

My Mind is blown.

dude i picked it up on what you were talking about, it all makes sense now. my brain hurts because i knew there was a higher level or consciousness, then there was now. I thank you for opening up my mind.


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