Current Update as of February 27, 2005
Inspired by The Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies
Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
We are living in a time when 95% of the world's population believes in a higher power or Supreme Being. More than half of the 95% refer to the power as "God".
Gregg Braden spent twelve years of research leading to the writing of The God Code. The book is based on the fact that the basic elements of DNA - hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon translate directly to key letters of both the Hebrew and Arabic alphabets and that in both alphabets they spell the name of God. According to Bragg, what this means is that the letters of God's ancient name "are encoded as the genetic formation in every cell, of every life." The message that is revealed when the chemistry of our cells is translated into the letters of ancient Hebrew is "God/Eternal within the body."This message is the same regardless of our race, color, religion or anything else. The author states, "The odds that this relationship has occurred by chance are approximately 1 in 200,000."
Each letter of every alphabet can be linked with a specific number value. The primary Hebrew alphabet (which has been used for at least 3,000 years) has 22 letters, each having a unique sound and number.
In Hebrew, every letter is assigned a number. Within this number code, we were given information about our past and our future. Secrets are encoded in these Hebrew letters and the hidden number code in the Hebrew languages offers a link between the worlds of science and spirituality.
The 118 elements, which comprise everything in the physical world, are each assigned properties that are represented by numbers. These qualities of numbers link the elements of our DNA to the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. This means that the bridge between letters and elements is one of numbers. Hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen respectively have number values of 1, 5, and 6.
In the Hebrew alphabet only 3 letters have hidden number codes that match the mass for the elements of creation.
Through determining simple mass, the DNA may be replaced with letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Therefore our DNA may literally be a translatable alphabet within each of our cells. Greek philosopher Plato once said that numbers are the way to describe our world through language.
The genetic mystery of life was mapped in 1953 when James Watson and Francis Crick established their model of the double helix and the information contained in the DNA molecule. DNA has changed our world. Among other uses, it identifies missing persons, proves paternity and links individuals to crimes.
Prior to this, many people based our existence on evolution. However, evidence today would lead us to think that a Greater Intelligence underlies our existence. If we are part of a greater intelligence that brought us into being, this fact should unify every person in the world.
In ancient texts, such as the Hebrew Sepher Yetzirah (the Kabbalha's ancient Book of Creation) are the inscriptions "Know thyself" and "look within". The Sepher Yetzirah also states, "All that is formed, and all that is spoken, is one name."Perhaps the key to the universe is to be found in our biology. Sepher Yetzirah is thought to have originated during the first century C.E. It describes God's act of creation. Often in the scriptures our bodies are referred to as temples. This statement is certainly much more profound if each of us has God within ourselves. If the name of God is within our cells, think of how this impacts everything we do or believe. This would mean we are more than hydrogen, oxygen, etc. Our DNA is the chemistry of life. It is the ancient code of a universal language.
The Sepher Yetzirah describes early interactions of fire, air and water - represented as Hebrew letters.
Modern science shows that the alchemical elements of fire, air and water represent the three most abundant elements in our bodies: hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.
Throughout history, four forms of writing have existed - (1) picture images, (2) word signs, (3) signs representing individual syllables and (4) entire alphabets.
Words formed from any alphabet are only a symbol of the event they record. They are also the symbols of more, of a deeper reality.
Until the 20th century, the process of a human conceiving and giving birth remained the same. But in 1978 came the first test-tube baby, conceived outside her mother's womb. Additionally, one can select the characteristics of children before they are conceived, conceive life for the purpose of creating specialized tissue, etc. The double helix structure of DNA solved the mystery of genetic behavior.
All life is formed of combinations of four chemical compounds (DNA) and contain all information required to produce every form of life, from the smallest single-celled organism to the 100 trillion cells of a human being. In every cell of every life the name of God is revealed.
"Through various combinations of the four DNA bases - adenine, thymine, guanine, and sytosine, it becomes possible to create the substance of life from the name in our bodies."
Applying the message to our lives with the code of life so straightforward, it is difficult to imagine how it could have been overlooked for so long. If we believe that we are the intentional product of a greater intelligence, our role in creation must change. Our generation has the power to destroy, or save, our entire species and the biggest threat to our future is us.
In June 2001 the chemical recipe for the human body was completed, the first human genetic map. It had fewer genes than expected, only 1/3 as many as originally been thought. So it isn't only genes that make us who we are. There is a mysterious spiritual essence that connects us with other humans and with our Creator. What makes us different?There is some field of energy that has always been in existence and which displays a form of intelligence that responds to our deepest emotions. This relates to ancient references to the presence of God. Perhaps our genetic code is the container that holds God's essence.
DNA points out several things, among which are that we are not alone, we are here as the result of an intentional act of creation, we are linked to each other and to all of life, and we share the essence of God. The odds of life arising purely by chance are nearly impossible. Einstein believed that the presence of order in creation was an indication that something greater exists. There appears to be a force for which science has not yet accounted.
How we perceive our diversity can be what destroys us or what unifies us when we realize the universal nature of God's name in the cells of our bodies. Pooling our resources can help our entire species. Like civilizations that came before us, it is in our collective best interest to work together to guarantee our future.
The hidden code offers us certainty of our worth and new understanding of our place in creation.
In order for life-affirming change to occur, we must be willing to change, believe that change is possible, and believe the change is worth making. Regardless of how we interpret the message hidden inside our DNA, the presence of the code can't be denied.
Bragg writes, "The implications of viewing our DNA as a message from a higher power are vast, controversial and empowering."
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