Holy Hormons Journal: Yes, the title is a play on the classic Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young song ” Teach Your Children Well” – but the song is the first thing that popped into my mind as I began posting this blog.
This is a complex article – but if you do not read past the first paragraph – you will have gotten the most important information you need. Everything we ingest, inject, apply, spray, think, do not only affects our life but the life of future generations.
I first became aware of this article through the my latest podcast guest, Danica Anderson, PhD. when she posted it in her Facebook group, The Kolo: Women’s Cross-Cultural Collaboration (closed group so cannot link ). I immediately reached out to Danica – who I had not met before and asked her to join me on a podcast. The information she shared is probably some of the most important you will hear – in terms of women returning to their intuition and inner source of knowledge to begin the healing process.
Back in the day, when birth control first came on the market – and even we entered the 70’s when drugs, rock and roll and free sex and love were rampant – our bodies were fairly clean, America still fairly healthy and life was good. What we did not realize – and maybe the pharmaceutical companies did – was that pregnancy would no longer kill us – birth control made sure of that – but sexually transmitted infections would. And have. And continue to do so.
As Danica said on my podcast – and as I have said many, many times – “science” is beginning to catch up with ‘intuition’ – women’s knowing and remembering. And it is catching up with a vengeance. When we kiss our have sex – especially with multiple partners we are now spreading a cesspool – yes, a cesspool – of viruses, mutated viruses, DNA, mutated DNA, bacteria, mutated bacteria, heavy metals, glyphosate, BPA, fluoride, formaldehyde, vaccination, anti-psychotic drugs – you name it – if it is in our body – our your partner’s it will affect your lineage for generations to come.
Many of the grandmother cultures – where women were revered for their intuitive knowing – believed that what is carried by the sperm stays within a woman’s body for 7 to 9 years. And here we are in the midst of this huge pharma push to put girls on synthetic hormone birth control – while being unprotected from sperm. No where is there a message for boys/men to keep their pants zipped up – and they use our body’s like vessels.
I remember one time my ex said to me – I need to have sex so I can relieve my stress…. and I was angered to be viewed no more than a receptacle for his mental/emotional/physical release.
I digress. Perhaps, science is nudging us back to no premarital sex to protect our health and the health of our children.
Funny how the pendulum swings.
Previously thought impossible: Body cells transfer genetic information directly into sperm cells
Thu, 14 Jan 2016 18:40 UTC
In classical genetics, Mendelian laws specify that the inheritance of traits passed from one generation to the next can only occur through sexual reproduction as information is passed down through the chromosomes of a species’ germline cells (egg and sperm), and never through somatic (bodily) cells. Genetic change, according to this deeply entrenched view, can take hundreds, thousands and even millions of generations to manifest.
The new study, however, has uncovered a novel mechanism through which somatic-to-germline transmission of genetic information is made possible. Mice grafted with human melanoma tumor cells genetically manipulated to express genes for a fluorescent tracer enzyme (EGFP-encoding plasmid) were found to release information-containing molecules containing the EGFP tracer into the animals’ blood; since EGFP is a non-human and non-murine expressed tracer, there was little doubt that the observed phenomenon was real. These EGFP trackable molecules included exosomes (small nanoparticles produced by all eukaryotic cells (including plants and animals), which contain RNA and DNA molecules), which were verified to deliver RNAs to mature sperm cells (spermatozoa) and remain stored there. The authors of the study pointed out that RNA of this kind has been found in mouse models to behave as a “transgenerational determinant of inheritable epigenetic variations and that spermatozoal RNA can carry and deliver information that cause phenotypic variations in the progeny.”
The researchers concluded that their study’s findings strongly suggest, “exosomes are the carriers of a flow of information from somatic cells to gametes,” and that their “results indicate that somatic RNA is transferred to sperm cells, which can therefore act as the final recipients of somatic cell-derived information.”