Guest Features: Celeste Solum and a Deep Dive into a “Legion of RNA Nanobots” (bonus features: the power of intention behind words and notes on the Majesty of the God we serve…)

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila

Celeste Solum is perhaps one of the most brilliant and up-to-date researchers (for many years) of the injection of nano-sized technology into the human DNA, in my view.

Plus, she is expert at explaining information for non-scientific people (myself included).

If you like deep dives, enjoy.

Then follow up with a view of the first Bonus Feature: details on a study Solum cites (more information below)…

The second Bonus Feature is an inspirational musical feast that prompts one’s higher level thinker to consider the Creator of all things, all longings, all prompts…Who but the genesis of love, light, majesy, and beauty Himself.

In reponse to this feature, I invite you to take a few minutes away from the constant cacophony, bombs and bombasts, of evil to ponder this view and sound of creation; to rest and get a glimpse of the glory in music–and that is only one glittering gem of all the glory God has gifted us in which we might also participate, craft our own beautiful artifacts, and perhaps inspire others, too, to see what His love has for each of them to unwrap and gift themselves and the world.


To the First Feature: Both the Smaller and Bigger Pictures

There might be a kind of “life” in the nanotechnology being injected into humans, animals, food, air, and water, just now (advertised only as health and longevity innovations), but the real life that nurtures, sustains, and heals us is put in the (natural) blood God designed to literally course through our bodies doing its true nurturing and restoring work.

Most importantly, however, is the “eternal health and longevity” of the spiritual kind injected, you might also say, in us by the love of God. A kind of “spiritual blood infusion,”  as demonstrated by Jesus’ sacrifice for us on the cross to the last drop of His own blood. As the old hymn puts it: “He paid a debt He did not owe/I owed a debt I could not pay…”

We receive this kind of health and longevity when, by faith, we repent of our sin and receive Jesus into our heart at our re-birth, that is to say, we are animated spiritually by God’s Holy Spirit which “entangles us” also at a quantum level when we are born again, you might put it, but not a connection able to be created or destroyed by man’s machinery and manipulations.

This spiritual entanglement is somewhat akin to physical data transmitted by nanobots, but completely different in that the link between us and God is a spiritual strand of communication that non-believers are not privvy to.

The best the “mad scientists,” that is to say those who use good for evil purposes, can do (ever furthering the goals of their own god who exists to “steal, kill, and destroy” God’s creation), is to figure out how to nullify that part of the human brain that causes us to “look up,” ponder existential matters, make choices…, indeed, they would if they could destroy the part of the brain that operates free will itself. (For more thoughts on this, see Are “They” Really After Our Free Will? The Secret’s in the Blood).

Then in concert with their god, they labor to inject their own will in us but not to free, to enslave–unless and until the mad scientists (even them, while there is still time) accept God’s gift of  salvation and allow themselves to be led, instructed, guided, saved, healed, and delivered by our loving Creator. For a basic summary of why and how, consider: ABCs of Salvation

On Words that Heal and Words that Harm

The second feature is from a past post regarding the power of intention (behind words and behaviors) that can affect people, putting to flight the lie that “sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you.” The research it is based on is briefly cited in Solum’s report at about the 15:30 mark.

Words on their own as neutral means of communication, of course, are not destructive, for example, in plain definitions such as, “the word hate means to dislike intensely”.

The same word screamed, shouted in anger, or even spoken softly in an attitude of contempt, however, communicates the intent to harm–and, as you will see through the work of Dr. Emoto, does indeed harm.





(Cited in the report above)

On one researcher’s discovery concerning the power of the intent of words:

Sticks and Stones….Part 2

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila

The words of the reckless pierce like swords,
    but the tongue of the wise brings healing. Proverbs 12:18 NIV.

I thought the pictures, below, might suffice for a thousand more words (as in the idiom, “a picture is worth a thousand words”) on the importance of communicating with positive messages and with kindness. These and other images are from the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto and presented in his book The Miracle of Water. To shed insight on his work, from a review here, this synopsis: “Masaru Emoto reflects on water’s ability to transmit the energy of resonance—necessary not only for life on earth but also for our own happiness. He has photographed thousands of water crystals, but the most beautiful crystals are those formed after the water is exposed to the words ‘love and gratitude.’”


If adult humans are 57-60% water, the meaning of the effects of positive and negative actions on water-infused organisms warrants thoughtful consideration, if just figuratively, though perhaps literally as well if one takes into regard Dr. Emoto’s hypothesis.

You may wish to click on a clearer image, here, that leads to other, similar images contrasting positive and negative communication “resonances”.



Takeaway: remain in the love of the Lord God toward all (see Jude 1:21), for the life is in the blood–not only physical life but also–and more importantly, spiritual and eternal.


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