4-27-16- Dr. Hildy® – GYPSY MOTH and the EYE OF HORUS
OCOLR — April 27, 2016
A number of years ago, One Cell One Light Radio Show (OCOLR) aired over our blog radio waves a very special show on the “Eye of Horus” with my guest Veronica Hendrick’s, Film Director and Producer. (See link below images) This show brought out the spraying for the Brown moth in California, that resulted in individuals having yellow dye in their eyes. Dr. Hildy® brought out that the yellow dye could easily be a fluorescent dye to show the location of the pesticide in the body and/or another “agent’s” delivery into the body.
This show specifically addressed the patterns of the dye that were found in the eye, which matched the locations of nerve receptors for sight, sound, taste, smell and hearing within the human body. Ms. Hendricks and Dr. Hildy discussed fully the ancient Egyptian’s philosophy in the use of the Eye of Horus mathematics.
If you take into account this show with the current updates of spraying for the Gypsy moth and even the Zika virus, one will have to “fast click” forward to observe the trend of aerial spraying for vaccines and remote biosensor monitoring of antibody/antigen vaccine delivery system and/or cellular tagging.
The pesticide used for the spraying of the Gypsy moth in the State of Washington is made of an engineered bacteria called Bacillus thuringiensis.
An Historical Prospective is addressed in document by the USDA Forest Service, National Center for Forest Health Management Publication: FHM-NC-01-94 January 1994: Bacillus thuringiensis for Managing Gypsy Moth: A Review. Below are excerpts from this document that allows one to know the history of Bacillus thuringiensis, a crystal forming bacteria and its genetic modifications for industry.
Bacillus thuringiensis was first isolated from diseased silkworm, Bombyx mori (L.), larvae in Japan in 1901 by Ishiwata who named it Bacillus sotto. In 1911, a German entomologist named Berliner isolated another variety of this bacterium from diseased Mediterranean flour moths, Ephestia (=Anagasta) kuehniella (Zeller), that were found in stored grain in Thuringia. In 1915, he named it Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner, recorded the first scientific description of the bacterium (Ishiwata did not formally describe the organism he found), and is credited with naming it (Beegle and Yamamoto, 1992). This culture (Berliner strain
of variety thuringiensis) was lost, and in 1927 Mattes reisolated the same organism from the same host as did Berliner. Mattes’ isolate was widely distributed in most of the early commercial Bt-based products and to date, it is the representative strain for the type species of these crystal-forming bacteria.
Through the research and promotional efforts of E. A. Steinhaus in the early 1950’s, development of B. thuringiensis var. thuringiensis proceeded quickly and led to commercial production and extensive research. Kurstak, in 1962, isolated another variety of B. thuringiensis that was effective primarily against Lepidoptera and named it kurstaki. In 1970, Dulmage isolated another more potent strain of this variety from diseased mass-reared pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders), larvae and coded it the HD-1 strain (Dulmage 1970). This strain, often referred to by its acronym “Btk”, became commercially available through Abbott Laboratories as Dipel in the early 1970’s. Since this strain is active and more potent than previous strains against numerous lepidopteran species, it is used today for production of most formulations of Bt that are used to control defoliating Lepidoptera in North America. What began in the 1950’s as a collection of less than a dozen Bt strains, now has grown to over a 1,000 strains of different varieties maintained at the Bacillus thuringiensis Culture Repository at the Northern Regional Research Laboratory (N.R.R.L) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS), at Peoria, IL. In addition, a large number of cultures and variants developed through genetic manipulations are held by industry.
Recently the use of Bacillus thuringiensis for creating a novel strategy for protein production that used a peptide tag from Bacillus thuringiensis Cry4Aa has been developed by T. Hayakawa, et.al. (2010). Dr. Hayakawa and his colleagues developed a method to produce proteins. They observed that numerous proteins cannot be sufficiently prepared by ordinary recombinant DNA techniques because they are unstable or have deleterious effects on the host cell. One idea to prepare such proteins is to produce them as protein inclusions. Here we developed a novel system to effectively prepare proteins by using peptide tags derived from the insecticidal Cry toxin of a soil bacterium, Bacillus thuringiensis.
Fusion with this peptide tag, designated 4AaCter, facilitates the formation of protein inclusions of glutathione S-transferase in Escherichia coli without losing the enzyme activity. Application of 4AaCter to the production of syphilis antigens TpN15, TpN17 and TpN47 from Treponema pallidum yielded excellent results, including a dramatic increase in the production level, simplification of the product purification and high reactivity with syphilis antibody. The use of 4AaCter may provide an innovational strategy for the efficient production of proteins.
The application of syphilis antigens TpN15, TpN17 and TpN47 as a “TAG” for Bacillus thuringiensis allows one to wonder and wonder why, if not for a new aerial vaccine and/or precision medicine analytical testing for remote monitoring of exposures to the public under the auspices of public health. Fellow scientist and engineers love to create beautiful creations for mankind, but were do they end up in the commercialization of anyone’s novel technology.
Nature and mankind have been at battle from the beginning of time, as well as the growth of what will happen to our planet in years to come. In a 1985 TV broadcast of the Merv Griffin show a guest was introduced JZ Knight, who then brought out Merv’s 35,000 year old guest Ramtha. This particular show below, sorta sums it up for all of us who are AWAKE and the ones who will wake up like Rip Van Winkle in the nick of time as the “purple rain” of heaven will fall upon us all.
And that is why we hope you will join us today in the REVIEW of the Eye of Horus, so that you will gain the knowledge to be wise in the immediate future for more aerial spraying to occur, not only for Gypsy moth, Zika virus, but for anything that can even be created by mankind and his testing for it perfection.
Portland to aerial spray for gypsy moths
THEY ARE SPRAYING PORTLAND, TOO:
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This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy™ welcomes back guests Rick Dubov, Veronica Hendricks and Producer Shoshanna Allison to discuss the importance of our pineal gland and its relevance in art, science and particularly spirituality.
The Pineal Gland – The Eye Of Horus – Part 1
The Pineal Gland – The Eye Of Horus – Part 2
The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces the serotonin derivative melatonin, a hormone that affects the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions. It is reddish-gray and about the size of a grain of rice in humans, and shaped like a pinecone, hence its name.
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René Descartes, who dedicated much time to the study of the pineal gland, called it the “principal seat of the soul.” He believed that it was the point of connection between the intellect and the body. Descartes attached significance to the gland because he believed it to be the only section of the brain which existed as a single part, rather than one half of a pair. He argued that because a person can never have “more than one thought at a time,” external stimuli must be united within the brain before being considered by the soul, and he considered the pineal gland to be situated in “the most suitable possible place for this purpose,” located centrally in the brain and surrounded by branches of the carotid arteries.
Author Manly Palmer Hall, who founded the Philosophical Research Society, wrote a book years ago called the Pineal Gland: The Eye of the God(s) and described the earlier writings by adepts to its logical beginning of the endocrine system. The pineal body arises in the fifth week of the human embryo. Early on the pineal gland was even recognized by E.A. Wallis-Budge as he referred it to being Osiris the Egyptian Resurrection, when in describing the entry of Ani into the presence of Osiris in the Egyptian ritual of Coming Forth by Day as “ the so-called “cone” on Ani’s wig.”
Some believe that every human being’s pineal gland can be activated to spiritual world frequencies and enables you to have the sense of all knowing, godlike euphoria and oneness all around you. In this belief, a pineal gland once tuned into proper frequencies with help of meditation, yoga or various esoteric, occult methods, enables a person to travel into other dimensions, popularly known as astral travel or astral projection or remote viewing.
Taoists call the center of the brain between the pineal and the pituitary “the Crystal Palace.” It’s between the old brain at the back and the new brain at the front of the head, between the left and right hemispheres, sitting above the two wings of the mysterious ventricles. It rests between the two large cerebrums at the anterior end of the cerebellum. The cerebellum is one of the oldest features of the brain, involved in coordinating muscular activity in the body. It’s said that when the pineal gland is activated it becomes illuminated like a ‘thousand suns’. The sense of white light flowing within and without may be when the pineal gland is highly activated producing DMT-type chemistry during the height of the peak.
During the 2nd Hour of the show, Dr. Hildy™ and her guests Veronica Hendricks and Rick Dubov will introduce the audience to new discoveries Dr. Hildy has made in the analysis of specific nano bio-sensory materials of the nasal cavity.
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