Thanks to these and other scientific discoveries, we can now suggest that human life a galactic or even universal template, potentially appearing on every habitable, watery planet in the galaxy, due to the quantum properties of DNA. The majority of ancient cultures worldwide reported interactions with human-looking “gods” or “angels” that gave them powerful assistance–in agriculture, animal husbandry, spoken and written language, construction techniques, mathematics, and science, as well as spiritual teachings of morality, ethics, and becoming a more loving person. The majority of ancient cultures also consistently taught us that history moves in great cycles of time, whether in the Mayan calendar, the Hindu Yugas, or the Ages of the Zodiac.

Is Evolution Being Driven by Waves of Energy in the Galaxy?

Drs. David Raup and James Sepkoski discovered a 26-million-year cycle in the evolution of life on earth after creating the most exhaustive fossil catalog ever assembled. (27) The data show that every 26 million years, astonishing numbers of new species suddenly appear in massive bursts after millions of years with very little change. Fearing embarrassment, the researchers worked harder to eliminate the pattern, but it only became stronger and clearer as they did more research. Recently, Drs. Robert Muller and Robert Rhode discovered an even larger 62-million-year cycle within the same data, going back to the dawn of all complex fossil life on earth. (28) These cyclical events may be triggered by galactic energy waves that reprogram DNA. (29)

Life appears to be a natural law–an “emergent phenomenon” within quantum mechanics. The universe itself is a living being. Life appears wherever and however it can throughout the universe. All life is periodically reprogrammed by energetic forces that can be reproduced in a laboratory, creating continual advancements in species evolution throughout the universe.

Works Cited

27: David M. Raup and J, John Sepkoski Jr., “Periodicity of Extinctions in the Geologic Past,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 81 (February 1984): 801-805

28: Robert A. Rohde and Richard A. Muller, “Cycles in Fossil Diversity,” Nature 434, March 10, 2005

29: Casey Kazan, “Is There a Milky Way Galaxy/Earth Biodiversity Link? Experts Say ‘Yes,’ Daily Galaxy, May 15, 2009