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The Quantum Computing Power of DNA & The Guarded Passage of Frequency: Divine Design in Biological Systems

Updated: May 30




Recent advances in science have prompted a deeper examination of the mechanisms underpinning the most basic units of life: DNA. This molecular structure holds untapped potential resembling the characteristics of a quantum computer. For believers in a higher power, this complexity could point to creation by divine design, where God may have fashioned DNA as the ultimate quantum computer, capable of surpassing any man-made device in sophistication and efficiency.



Protein-Coding Gene Alphabet



The building blocks of life's blueprint are structured with four foundational nitrogen heteroaromatic compounds: Adenine (A), Guanine (G), Thymine (T), and Cytosine (C). These molecules are organized into two groups: purines (A and G) and pyrimidines (C and T). Each pair, A to T and G to C, connects across two complementary DNA strands, forming a robust double helix structure through Hydrogen (H) bonds, as detailed in the source article in Nature.


Role of Benzene Molecules



A further testament to DNA's quantum capabilities can be observed in the role of Benzene molecules. These molecules form a perfect hexagon and are paramount in the maintenance of the electron vortices that stabilize the quantum state of DNA. Here, electrons pair with opposite spins, fostering an oscillatory resonant state critical to DNA's functions. Interestingly, the use of frankincense in religious practices, significant for its Benzene content, hints at an ancient awareness of this molecule’s profound influence on what may have been recognized as the sacred essence of life.

Benzene Etymology (Ben-Zene)


Ben: “prayer, request, favor, compulsory service”, “supplication”, “to say”, “within, in, inside of, into”, “inner, interior”. [R]


Zene: music (sound, organized in time in a melodious way), musical piece or composition, ten; intelligence, intellect; mind; mind, intellect, reason, reasoning. [R]

Benzoic acid converts to hippuric acid and is excreted in urine. Urine means UREA [R]. The word “UREA” is an ancient Sanskrit word (वरस्) that means “expanse, space, or dimension” [R]. We have a UREA cycle in the body.


UREA Cycles of Life


The urea cycle in the body is a critical biochemical pathway that plays a pivotal role in removing excess nitrogen from the body, which is vital for maintaining metabolic balance. Primarily taking place in the liver, the urea cycle converts ammonia, a highly toxic byproduct of amino acid breakdown, into urea, which is far less toxic and can be safely excreted in the urine.


Nitrogen is a key component of the bodies of living organisms, where it is a fundamental part of the molecular structure of DNA. In DNA, nitrogen atoms are part of the nucleotide bases, which include adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T) in DNA, forming the rungs of the DNA double helix ladder. These nitrogenous bases pair specifically with each other (A with T, C with G) to form the structure of the DNA molecule that carries genetic information.


Ammonia (NH3) plays a role in the nitrogen cycle, where it is a form of nitrogen that is usable by plants. This ammonia is converted into ammonium (NH4+), which can be assimilated into plants and is used to produce various organic nitrogen-containing compounds, such as amino acids, which are the building blocks for proteins. These proteins can include enzymes that animals use to create their own nucleotides for DNA synthesis. When animals eat plants or other animals, they acquire the nitrogen compounds necessary for the creation and maintenance of their own DNA.


The cycle of life is a profound dance of giving and taking, characterized by an enduring rhythm of ebb and flow, expansion and contraction, mirroring the very breath of existence. This cyclical nature is not merely a feature of biology but is emblematic of the universal principles that govern all aspects of the cosmos.


At the heart of this cycle is the reciprocal relationship between living organisms and their environment. Just as we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, there is a constant exchange of resources and energy that sustains life. This exchange is not limited to the air we breathe; it extends to the nitrogen and ammonia our bodies return to the soil, vital components that nourish the plant life on which we, and other animals, depend for our survival.


Plants, through the process of photosynthesis, absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and, using sunlight as energy, convert it into oxygen, which is essential for our respiration. Similarly, the nitrogen and ammonia released into the soil, through natural processes or the decomposition of organic matter, are assimilated by plants. These elements are crucial for the synthesis of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, which are essential for the development and repair of tissues in living organisms.


This interdependence between plants and animals exemplifies the law of reciprocity that governs life. It highlights the interconnectedness of all beings and their shared destiny within the biosphere. This constant exchange, the giving and taking, mirrors the dynamic balance of the universe itself, which is characterized by cycles of creation and destruction, expansion and contraction.


The universe, in its vastness, breathes in a rhythm that creates stars and galaxies, and breathes out in a dance that sees them fade into the void, only to be reborn anew. This cosmic breath is mirrored in the microcosm of life on Earth, where the cycle of nutrients and energy sustains the web of life.


In recognizing this cycle of life, we see that we are not separate from the universe but are an integral part of it. Our actions, no matter how small, ripple through the fabric of existence, affecting the cycle of life. By understanding the sacred balance of giving and taking, we learn the importance of living harmoniously with our environment, preserving it for future generations, and respecting the intricate dance of life that connects us all.


Manipulations of Quantum Systems



In the quantum field, operations involve intricate manipulations, from gate functions to entanglement swaps. Within DNA, the pairing of A-T and C-G bases suggests maximally entangled quantum states. The comparison to superconductors joined via a Josephson Junction illuminates the possibility of DNA being expertly tailored to handle complex operations akin to entanglement, with the precise execution of a quantum machine.

Magnetic Properties of DNA



Exploring further, one can observe how the coordination of A-T and C-G pairings contributes to DNA's magnetic properties, powered by aromatic compounds such as Benzene. This coordination facilitates not only a consistent electron flow but also the generation of a magnetic field essential to the overarching stability and functionality of DNA as a quantum system.

Benz plane


In mathematics, a Benz plane is a type of 2-dimensional geometrical structure, named after the German mathematician Walter Benz. The term was applied to a group of objects that arise from a common axiomatization of certain structures and split into three families, which were introduced separately: Möbius planes, Laguerre planes, and Minkowski planes. [R]

Notice how the image of the Minkowski plane is a match to the shielding and dishielding image of benzene.

What is a Minkowski plane?

Imagine if you could draw a map that not only shows places but also when things happen. A Minkowski plane is kind of like that map, but for scientists studying how the universe works. It has two main parts: one for space (like where you are) and one for time (like when you're there).

So, instead of just drawing a path from your house to the park, a Minkowski plane would also include when you left your house and when you got to the park. This helps scientists understand how moving through space also involves moving through time, especially when things start moving really fast, like as fast as a spaceship. It's a neat way to see how space and time are connected!


Benzophenone is a natural substance found in certain mushrooms, fruits, and plants like grapes. It's used in science and medicine because it can start chemical reactions with light and protect against harmful UV rays by giving off hydrogen. When it comes to repairing DNA, benzophenone can grab energy from light and use it to fix DNA damage. This special ability is why scientists are interested in it for possible health benefits.


Benzene is classed as an aromatic hydrocarbon.

 Origins of Life



Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are candidate molecules to act as a basis for the earliest forms of life known to be abundant in the universe, including in comets, and assumed to be abundant in the primordial soup of the early Earth, playing a major role in the origin of life by mediating the synthesis of RNA molecules, leading into the RNA world.

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are the most common and abundant of the known polyatomic molecules in the visible universe, and are considered a likely constituent of the primordial sea.

PAHs, along with fullerenes (or "buckyballs"), have been recently detected in nebulae. In April 2019, scientists, working with the Hubble Space Telescope, reported the confirmed detection of the large and complex ionized molecules of buckminsterfullerene (C60) in the interstellar medium spaces between the stars. (Fullerenes are also implicated in the origin of life; according to astronomer Letizia Stanghellini, "It's possible that buckyballs from outer space provided seeds for life on Earth."

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In September 2012, NASA scientists reported that PAHs, subjected to interstellar medium (ISM) conditions, are transformed, through hydrogenation, oxygenation and hydroxylation, to more complex organics — "a step along the path toward amino acids and nucleotides, the raw materials of proteins and DNA, respectively".


The Cat's Paw Nebula lies inside the Milky Way Galaxy and is located in the constellation Scorpius. Green areas show regions where radiation from hot stars collided with large molecules and small dust grains called "polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons" (PAHs), causing them to fluoresce. (Spitzer Space Telescope, 2018)


In 2014, NASA announced a database for tracking polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the universe. More than 20% of the carbon in the universe may be associated with PAHs, possible starting materials for the formation of life. PAHs are abundant in the universe, and are associated with new stars and exoplanets. [R]

Superdense Coding for Perfect Teleportation

One of the hallmarks of quantum systems is superdense coding, a capacity for compact information transfer that borderlines teleportation. Mirroring this phenomenon, DNA's structure suggests potential for virtually error-free information transmission within biological systems. The RNA polymerase plays a central role, acting as a shield against decoherence and thus creating the perfect conditions for quantum entanglement to thrive within the cellular matrix.

The explorative comparison of DNA to a quantum computer is not mere speculation; it is grounded in an understanding of molecular biology intertwined with quantum mechanics. The remarkable congruence between the two realms hints at a profound insight into the fabric of life, possibly tracing back to a divine origin.



The original Nature article provides crucial support to these ideas, outlining the intricate relationships and behaviors at the quantum level that are mirrored in the structure and functioning elements of DNA. Whether approached from a scientific or spiritual perspective, the notion that DNA might be a pristine example of quantum computing inaugurated by a higher intelligence opens an exciting chapter in the long quest to understand our existence and the universe that cradles it.



The Guarded Passage of Frequency



In the vast and intricate world of cellular biology, where the lines between magic and science often blur, lies a group of proteins known as the Membrane-Associated Guanylate Kinases (MAGUKs). MAGUK proteins are far more than just a collection of letters. They are, in fact, pivotal in the biological symphony that dictates the delicate balance within our nervous system.

It is thought that the MAGUKs have subfunctionalized the GUK domain for their own purposes, primarily based on its ability to form protein–protein interactions with cytoskeleton proteinsmicrotubule/actin based machinery and molecules involved in signal transduction.



Nucleotides & Guanosine



Nucleotides are organic molecules composed of a nitrogenous base, a pentose sugar (D-Ribose) and a phosphate. They serve as monomeric units of the nucleic acid polymers – deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA), both of which are essential biomolecules within all life-forms on Earth. Nucleotides are obtained in the diet and are also synthesized from common nutrients by the liver (Liver Extracts).



The four nucleobases in DNA are guanine, adenine, cytosine and thymine; in RNA, uracil is used in place of thymine.



Nucleotides also play a central role in metabolism at a fundamental, cellular level. They provide chemical energy—in the form of the nucleoside triphosphates, adenosine triphosphate (ATP), guanosine triphosphate (GTP), cytidine triphosphate (CTP) and uridine triphosphate (UTP)—throughout the cell for the many cellular functions that demand energy, including: amino acid, protein and cell membrane synthesis, moving the cell and cell parts (both internally and intercellularly), cell division, etc. In addition, nucleotides participate in cell signaling (cyclic guanosine monophosphate or cGMP and cyclic adenosine monophosphate or cAMP), and are incorporated into important cofactors of enzymatic reactions (e.g. coenzyme A, FAD, FMN, NAD, and NADP+).



ACGT is an acronym for the four types of bases found in a DNA molecule: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T). These can produce a total of 64 different combinations.



Adenine (A) may be found naturally in Bacillus subtilis [R]. Nattokinase is a fibrinolytic enzyme produced by the bacteria Bacillus subtilis, which plays a central role in the fermentation of soybeans into the popular Japanese food natto.



Cytosine (C) was discovered and named by Albrecht Kossel and Albert Neumann in 1894 when it was hydrolyzed from calf thymus tissues (thymus glandular). In 1998, cytosine was used in an early demonstration of quantum information processing by Oxford University. In March 2015, NASA scientists reported the formation of cytosine, along with uracil and thymine, from pyrimidine under the space-like laboratory conditions, which is of interest because pyrimidine has been found in meteorites. Cytosine may also be derived from Citicoline, also known as cytidine diphosphate-choline (CDP-Choline). Cytosine may be found in Glycine max (Soy), Green Tea Extract, Vitis vinifera (Grape), Ganoderma. [R]



Uracil is a natural product found in: Wheat (Fermented Wheat Germ Extract/Spermidine), Saffron, Cordyceps sinensis, Ganoderma, Cumin, Female ginseng, and more. [R]



Pyrimidine is the parent compound of the pyrimidines; a diazine having the two nitrogens at the 1- and 3-positions. It has a role as a Phytoplankton metabolite. Pyrimidine may be found in: Panax ginseng and Green Bean Coffee Extract. [R]



Guanine (G), or Guanosine, is a purine nucleoside in which guanine is attached to ribose [R]. Guanine + Ribose = Guanosine. In DNA, guanine is paired with cytosine. Guanine is a natural product found in: Coffea (Green Bean Coffee Extract), Glycine max (Soy), Panax ginseng, Vitis vinifera (Grape), Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (microalgae), Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) [R].



Thymine (T) was first isolated in 1893 by Albrecht Kossel and Albert Neumann from calf thymus glands, hence its name. Thymine is also related thiamine (vitamin B1), and the herb Thyme. Thymine may also be found in: Saffron (Crocus sativus), Huperzia serrata (Huperzine A), Ginkgo biloba, Cordyceps sinensis, Ganoderma, Aloe, Jujube, Horsetail, Korean mistletoe, Garlic chives, Japanese honeysuckle. [R]



Out of these base pairs of DNA and RNA, Guanosine plays a MAJOR role through the Membrane-Associated Guanylate Kinases (MAGUK).



Of note, Purinergic signalling is related to Purine metabolism and subsequently Guanosine.



Adenosine naturally occurs on Cordyceps.



Purine is a natural product found in Panax ginseng. [R]



There are many naturally occurring purines. They include the nucleobases adenine (2) and guanine (3). In DNA, these bases form hydrogen bonds with their complementary pyrimidines, thymine and cytosine, respectively. This is called complementary base pairing. In RNA, the complement of adenine is uracil instead of thymine.



Other notable purines are hypoxanthine, xanthine, theophylline, theobromine, caffeine, uric acid and isoguanine.



Aside from the crucial roles of purines (adenine and guanine) in DNA and RNA, purines are also significant components in a number of other important biomolecules, such as ATP, GTP, cyclic AMP, NADH, and coenzyme A.



They may also function directly as neurotransmitters, acting upon purinergic receptors. Adenosine activates adenosine receptors.



The Guarded Passage of Frequency


The Etymology of Guanosine



First, the word guanine derives from the Spanish loanword guano ("bird/bat droppings"), which itself is from the Quechua word wanu, meaning "dung". Dung can also mean “weaving, or to cover”. [R, R]



Dung is manure. The guanosine found in dung is pure energy needed for plant growth.





Guan is a masculine name of Chinese origin meaning “mountain pass” or “guarded passage.” This name was historically given as a title to those in charge of guarding passes. [R]





The word “Sine” is derived from an ancient Sanskrit word जीव (jīva, “sine, chord, life, existence”), meaning Sine Wave. [R]


Frequency determines physiology!



Sine wave patterns occur often in nature, including wind waves, sound waves, and light waves.



So we can see that breaking up the word Guan-o-sine means



“Guarded Passage of Frequency”






Guanine crystals are rhombic. Pineal gland crystals are also rhombic!



Why is the geometry important? Because if frequency determines physiology, which it does, then the geometry controls the frequency!



“Control the geometry; control the biology.” – Joey Phillips



“It shone with the glory of God, and its brilliance was like that of a very precious jewel, like a jasper, clear as crystal.” Revelation 21:11








“A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that are less than 20 µm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties. Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern.

Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology).



The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output.



Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers.



Microcrystals properties and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction in the pineal body of which only calcium carbonate and calcium oxalate are potential candidates.


The pineal microcrystals appear as a stack of thin rhombohedrons.”



rhomb (n.)



A geometric figure, "oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram," 1570s, from French rhombe, from Latin rhombus "a magician's circle," also a kind of fish, which in Late Latin took on also the geometric sense. This is from Greek rhombos "circular movement, spinning motion; spinning-top; magic wheel used by sorcerers; tambourine;" also "a geometrical rhomb," also the name of a flatfish. [R]



In geometry, a rhombohedron is a three-dimensional figure with six faces which are rhombi; from French rhombe, from Latin rhombus "a magician's circle”.



Again, Guanine crystals are rhombic. In other words, they also form "a magician's circle”!



Magic (Maguk) Circle



A Magic circle is believed to contain energy and form a sacred space.



It was used to ward off disease carrying demons! Perhaps the "MAGI" mentioned in the bible were doing more then we have previosly thought with their gold, frankincense, and myrrh!


Traditionally, it was marked physically, drawn in a material like salt, flour, or chalk, or merely visualized.


Salt = Chloride ion (Salt)

Flour = Wheat (Fermented Wheat Germ Extract)

Chalk = Calcium carbonate (Coral Calcium)


The Pineal gland, our 3rd eye, is able to tap into the 'zero-point' energy field that surrounds us and is abundant in the universe, also known as the aether field, through Piezoelectricity, which is connected to the Golden Spiral of Life and the Fibonacci sequence.



The Ancients knew how to harness this piezoelectricity using "Marble/Limestone/Calcium Carbonate" which was found on the Pyramids but is ALSO found in our Pineal Gland.



The Calcium Carbonate Crystal found in the Pineal Gland just so happens to form the same geometry (rhombohedrons/rhombi/rhombe/rhombus) as a 'Magician's Circle' used to ward off disease-carrying demons and form a sacred space of protection against evil.


If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration - Nikola Tesla

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