You Can Change Your Fate by Doing This. How To Change Your Own DNA

Updated: Feb 4, 2020

I like to talk about how the language we speak directly effect our biology. It sounds a bit far out but it’s actually have been scientifically proven in many ways.

Have you heard of the phantom DNA effect? A Russian Scientist, Dr. Peter Gariaev accidentally discovered during his experiment that DNAs collect photons, which is the smallest particles of light and light).

I believe he was photographing photons in DNA then went to lunch. After he came back from lunch, he continued to take photos only to realize that before lunch he had removed the DNA out of the room,

So how was he able to still see the photons exactly in the shape of the original DNA?

It turns out that our DNAs collect photons in the room you are in and even after you leave the room, all of the photons stay exactly in the shapes of your DNAs for the next 30 DAYS!

He also found that each DNA molecule collects up to 1000 photons and guess how many DNAs we have in our body? 3 Billion of them.

And our DNAs do this because that’s how they repair themselves, using the information contained in photons.

Also, science has found that the amino acids in the proteins making up our DNA is directly affected by frequencies of our own “speech: the tones of our own voice, our choice of words, our language and even our thoughts since thoughts, too emit electromagnetic fields.

In other words, what you say and think shape your DNAs and your DNAs are constantly recording ALL your thoughts.

Now I would like to explain further by breaking down my thoughts.

1. The languages we use are given to us with a purpose.

I am not going to get into this but there are many many evidences that all of our languages were given to us by extraterrestrials.

*Please refer to the Wisdom Teachings on Gaia S29, E 8 & 9

2. Each letter has a corresponding number.

*please see pic

which means it's mathematical and geometric.

3. Each word is made to have a specific tone. (vibrational frequency)

4. Different tones (frequencies) effect biology differently.