Introduction into Wave Genetics

Its scope and opportunities
Garjajev Peter

The history of wave genetics has been developing for more than 80 years. In 1920s and 1930s Russian scientists, A. Gurwitsch and A. Lubishev postulated that not only does genetic apparatus of living organisms on the Earth operate at material, physical level but also at certain waves/fields level and is able to transfer genetic data/information via electromagnetic (EM) and acoustic waves.

This science made major advancements in the theory of the wave genome through recent re-producible experiments.

One of the first attempts to rationalize and expound the wave genome theory have been made by P. Garjajev and A. Berezin from the department of Theoretical Matters of the Russian Academy of Science, and also with participation of A. Vaciliev, a fellow member of Institute of Physics of the Russian Academy of Science.

Principles of coherent physical radiations, holography and solitons, theory of physical vacuum, fractal (self-similar) representation of DNA and human verbal expression and speech have been used to describe and substantiate the empirical results obtained through many experiments, in order to create a very broad theoretical foundation.

The quintessence of the wave-genome theory is as follows:

The Human Genome is considered to be a bio-computer that forms the space-time framework of a bio-system.

In that organism, gene-holograms send soliton-waves across the earth’s magnetic matrix. These waves represent distinct types of acoustic and electromagnetic fields, produced by the vast bio-genetic apparatus of that gene-hologram. Their wavelengths function as a medium for regulatory information to be exchanged between cells, tissues and organs.

Gene-holograms are anchored in the chromosomes of the DNA of an organism's cells. They are represented by the fluctuating structures of solitons, which are discretely simple pieces of information coming from each codon.  

The current dominant viewpoint with respect to genetics and molecular biology is that:  

  1. the genetic apparatus functions as a purely material structure;
  2. all the functions of genetic control of an organism occupy only 2% of the DNA of a bio-system and fulfill designated functions such as replication of DNA and proteins production. The other 98% is considered to be “junk DNA” not carrying out any genetic functions, which may represent a graveyard of virus DNA.

The biologists and geneticists use the language of analogies and metaphors to explain how a genetic apparatus operates. It's 46 chromosomes can be viewed as a library consisting of 46 volumes or books. Each book (a chromosome), contains a text (instructions of how to build an organism) which consists of sentences (genes) comprising of words (codons).

Each word (codon) consists of 3 out of 4 possible letters (representing a nucleotide's base). Thus, a “genetic alphabet” exists that consists of only 4 different “letters”.

The DNA molecules consist of segments, called genes. In essence, the genetic apparatus operates as follows: The text, written in the 'DNA language', is first transcribed by the organism into the 'RNA language' and then translated into the 'Protein language'. Proteins are the stuff that we are mostly made of (not considering water).

Proteins perform two principle functions in the organism:

  1. they metabolize substances that we eat, and
  2. participate in the development of the spatial-temporal organization of an organism.

We need to point out that the primary focus of the wave genome theory is on the remaining aforementioned 98% of chromosomes, the key “intellectual” structure of all cells of an organism including the brain. It is those chromosomes that operate on the wave, on the “ideal” frequency.

This ideal component, we call 'super-gene-continuum', is strategically vital formation that ensures the development and life of humans, animals, plants. Please, note that there is no clear distinction between genes and super-genes.

Both these levels of encoding constitute physical matrixes. Genes supply material replications in the form of RNA and proteins, whereas super-genes transform endo- and exogenous fields, into super-gene-signal wave structures. The genes may be components of holographic frameworks of super-genes that supervise their field activities.

Within the wave genome theory, particular attention has been paid to the fractal features (replicating itself on varying scales) of our DNA and of our speech. In 1990 Jeffrey Delrow discovered that the 4 different “letters” of the genetic alphabet (Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine and Thymine) in DNA “texts” form fractal structures.

Later on, the discovery of similar fractal structures in human speech, came as a welcoming surprise to both geneticists and linguists. These structures were not limited to multi-letter alphabets of Russian and English texts, but also included a sequence of words from those texts.

This is in accordance with a branch of semiotics called “Genetic Linguistics”, which studies the incomprehensible, unexplainable, and precise application of laws of genetics for the formation of inter-lingual and intro-lingual word-hybrids.

A group of scientists headed by P. Garjajev and M. Maslov, developed a theory of so called fractal representation of human and genetic languages. Within the confines of this theory it is said that the quasi-speech of DNA possesses a potentially inexhaustible “supply of words”.

Moreover, what had been a 'sentence' on the scales of DNA 'texts or phrases' turns into a word or a letter on the other scale. The structural and functional organization of the genetic apparatus can be seen as a trinity of its holographic, soliton and fractal (self-similar) structures.

This theory allows for a refined quantitative comparison of the symbolic structure of any text, including the genetic. One could decipher a lexicon of one’s own gene-code, so as to create a more accurate composition of algorithms when addressing a human genome. A program can then be written for treating diseases, improve one’s life expectancy, etc.

Empirical tests of this theory with regard to 'speech' characteristics of DNA, gave our research a clear direction. For the first time in the history of science we successfully managed to obtain experimental evidence that the genetic data/information flow functions on more than one simple material level, but also in the EM (electromagnetic) form.

After conducting extensive theoretical research for several decades, we successfully formulated a theoretical biology and physics-mathematical description, explanation and substantiation of the fundamental principles of the genetic apparatus functioning in the world of EM waves.

These principles allowed us to design and create a quantum bio-computer, whose essential element is a laser beam with very specific wavelength and frequency characteristics.

This quantum bio-computer can:

  1. Scan/read the wave/field equivalent of the genetic- metabolic data from (stem) cells, tissues, and organs of a life bio-system, using the laser beam's photons;
  2. Convert the photons obtained from a wide-wavelength band, and preserving all scanned data;
  3. Precisely direct such scanned and converted radio waves data into the recipient's organism, located 4 cm till 20 km from the donor’s bio-system;
  4. Strategically control and manage the metabolism and post-embryonic morphogenesis of the recipient's organism according to two vectors:
    a. “Do as I do”, which is the holographic principle, and
    b. Transmit a signal that contains commands that can activate specific programs in an organism's stem cells. 

At present, we are able to program/manage/encode various types stem cells by means of this quantum bio-computer. This bio-computer initiates wave/field-based commands to cells and tissues of a donor or recipient. The stem cells exposed to this waves/field will be prompted and guided to  develop new organs and tissues, thus increasing someone's life expectancy substantially.

Three series of experiments with identical protocol were conducted by the groups of P. Garjajev in 2000 in Moscow, in 2001 in Toronto, Canada, and in 2005 in Nizhni Novgorod, Russia. These are more advanced experiments based on the principles and technology of WaveGenetics. The goal of the experiments was to test new technology for regenerating a damaged pancreas. The pancreas is an endocrine gland which has several vital functions, such as the production of insulin, a hormone responsible for sugar metabolism.

A control group of rats was injected a lethal doses of a poison called alloxan which destroys a pancreas. All the rats died from diabetes in 3-4 days. The same lethal dose of alloxan was injected to another group. When their condition got critical, they were exposed to light images/waves coming from a quantum bio-computer. Those light images/waves were created beforehand when the bio-computer read information from the pancreases that were surgically removed from healthy newborn rats of the same species as those used in the alloxan experiments.

One can explain the results of the experiment using the following analogy. The pancreas gland contains a DNA-video with information about a healthy condition of the pancreas in its genetic apparatus. This video morphogenic information programmed the stem cells of sick rats to regenerate their pancreas gland. Statistics for all 3 series of experiments is: around 90% of all the rats had their pancreas gland restored and their health recovered.

The quantum bio-computer was modified to allow for a successful transmission of healing information to sick rats at the distance of 20 kilometers. Note, that no known physical fields have the capability to transmit such extremely weak signals with such unbelievably powerful results.

Applications for this technology are far-reaching. It is well substantiated by data obtained from numerous experiments and observations. Using zero chemical substances, this quantum bio-computer technology is also capable of:

  • treating cancerous diseases on a fundamentally distinct basis, 
  • eliminating pathogenic viruses and bacteria and agricultural vermin parasites.

This may seem a technology for a far future. However, the discovery of the functioning of the fundamental properties of living organisms is happening today. It is our task to research and explain the phenomena, so as to serve humanity.

Pjotr Garjajev, Ph.D.,
Director of the Wave Genetics Institute,
Moscow, Russia

(the above text was edited by the authors of this website)