Saturday, December 31, 2011


We interrupt your regularly scheduled bimonthly broadcast to delve into a little sidebar from the Brian Wilson-Was-Right-All-Along-Category,  all you gremmies and hodads! Witness this article excerpt from July of 2011 by researchers Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf,  ‘Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed By Words And Frequencies’:

THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind’s influence on weather patterns and much more. In addition, there is evidence for a whole new type of medicine in which DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies WITHOUT cutting out and replacing single genes.

Only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins. It is this subset of DNA that is of interest to western researchers and is being examined and categorized. The other 90% are considered “junk DNA.” The Russian researchers, however, convinced that nature was not dumb, joined linguists and geneticists in a venture to explore those 90% of “junk DNA.” Their results, findings and conclusions are simply revolutionary. According to them, our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body but also serves as data storage and in communication. The Russian linguists found that the genetic code, especially in the apparently useless 90%, follows the same rules as all our human languages….

The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues also explored the vibrational behavior of the DNA. The bottom line was: “Living chromosomes function just like solitonic/holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation.” This means that they managed for example to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of DNA-alkaline pairs and of language (as explained earlier) are of the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary.

One can simply use words and sentences of the human language. This, too, was experimentally proven. Living DNA substance (in living tissue, not in vitro) will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used.

This finally and scientifically explains why affirmations, autogenous training, hypnosis and the like can have such strong effects on humans and their bodies. It is entirely normal and natural for our DNA to react to language. While western researchers cut single genes from the DNA strands and insert them elsewhere, the Russians enthusiastically worked on devices that can influence the cellular metabolism through suitable modulated radio and light frequencies and thus repair genetic defects.

Garjajev’s research group succeeded in proving that with this method chromosomes damaged by x-rays for example can be repaired. They even captured information patterns of a particular DNA and transmitted it onto another, thus reprogramming cells to another genome. So they successfully transformed, for example, frog embryos to salamander embryos simply by transmitting the DNA information patterns. This way the entire information was transmitted without any of the side effects or disharmonies encountered when cutting out and re-introducing single genes from the DNA. This represents an unbelievable, world-transforming revolution and sensation. All this by simply applying vibration and language instead of the archaic cutting-out procedure. This experiment points to the immense power of wave genetics, which obviously has a greater influence on the formation of organisms than the biochemical processes of alkaline sequences.

Esoteric and spiritual teachers have known for ages that our body is programmable by language, words and thought. This has now been scientifically proven and explained. Of course the frequency has to be correct. And this is why not everybody is equally successful or can do it with always the same strength. The individual person must work on the inner processes and maturity in order to establish a conscious communication with the DNA. The Russian researchers work on a method that is not dependent on these factors but will ALWAYS work, provided one uses the correct frequency……But the higher developed an individual’s consciousness is, the less need is there for any type of device.        

Passing all this along to you is simply another way of telling you the actual substance of DNA can be physically altered by language, cadence, frequency, and vibration, i.e., Music Can Heal You. I know this firsthand since my beautiful wife gave me the proverbial Dead Sea Scrolls for Christmas, the Beach Boys’ SMiLE Sessions on vinyl, Brian Wilson’s original vision from 1967, and let me tell ya brothers and sisters, this is a surpassing, monolithic epic of brobdingnagian proportions. In its original monaural delivery system, it remains a holistic remnant from another era with a bristling latent power deep in its massive crystalline groove armada even today. The sound, especially on heavy-gram vinyl, is celestial, and this is no understatement. You are in a cathedral in a grove of redwoods, a monastery in the misty Himalayas, an underground grotto with a levitating reverb you can feel in your chakras. Suffice it to say my wife has her awesome church; I have the vision of a man-child named Brian Wilson and the nearest faraway places he took the human voice. This is the music of the spheres, and to hear it is to have absolute proof that there is something Greater beyond all this.                                                                  

Had this actually had the good fortune of being released back in 1967, who can say what its legacy would be today? It may have been too far ahead of the curve even in the psychedelic era, or it could have given Sgt.Pepper the merciless drubbing every single second of it(apart from ‘A Day In The Life’)deserves, transforming the Tavistock-driven Beatles into fawning supplicants. I also have Wilson’s 2004 working of this, which served as the official unveiling with what amounts to other, albeit talented, session musicians, and although it’s also quite breathtaking, it’s not this. Whether that’s due to the brothers’ Gregorian genetics, or simply the vibe of 1967 ghosting in the revolutions is up to the listener to decide.

In interviews promoting the 2004 release, Wilson chose to concentrate on the happy, humorous qualities of the music, but this is only scratching the surface of the cosmic code he was originally hoping to crack with SMiLE. In interviews dating from ’67, he makes it clear how leery (leary?) he was of the dark, powerful intensity he was stirring up. In Jules Siegel’s famous ‘Goodbye Surfing Hello God,’ he makes clear he was thinking in terms of ego death and spiritual rebirth, espousing Zen-type philosophies. He constantly prowled L.A. bookstores, his questing nature pouring over and soaking up everything from metaphysics to the supernatural, astrology to existentialism. That these became his continual haunts is reflected in the cover of SMiLE, which resembles nothing so much as a bookstore front, for those of us who remember what the world of information-gathering was like before the internet. For Brian it all became “about finding out that you really can’t die.”   
Looking back at the song, Brian Wilson states that he thinks, "The chords were weird, sick, not the straight eight. I ran the miniorchestra through twenty-four takes before I was satisfied. Still, during each version, I thought, Oh God, I'm flipping out to have written such stuff. The weirdest was the crash and crackle of instruments smoldering for the final time. Listening to the playback, I began to feel unnerved by the music, strange and eerie. I liked the music. But it scared me." According to Brian, "It created a disturbing picture that mirrored the screams that had filled my head and plagued my sleep for years."

Brian continues that, "On the way home, I remarked, 'You know, I think that music just might scare a whole lot of people.' No one was more scared than I was. The following day I learned that a building next door to the studio had burned down the night of the recording session. Several days later, I was told that since the session an unusual number of fires had broken out in Los Angeles. It was exactly as I feared. Instead of positive spiritual music, I'd tapped into a dark source, an extremely powerful fire music that emitted bad vibrations, which I decided were too dangerous to release into the world."     - From Wilson’s autobiography, on the song ‘Fire (Elements Suite)’                                             
“We were doing witchcraft, trying to make witchcraft music…”  - Wilson quoted from Nick Kent

“….I’ve gone beyond him(Phil Spector)now. I’m doing the spiritual sound, a white spiritual sound. Religious music….that’s the whole movement. That’s where I’m going. And it’s going to scare a lot of people when I get there.”             - Wilson from ‘Goodbye Surfing Hello God.’

Marry the idea of making an album that was trying to give people a genuine spiritual experience with an already sensitive and fragile psyche, then add on top of that unadorned hostility from the record company as well as his own family that still wanted only girly/surfy/sunny fare, and you’ve got a recipe for disaster. Upon first hearing the acetates for SMiLE’s finished precursor, Pet Sounds, bandmate Mike Love famously said “Who’s going to hear this shit, the ears of a dog?” From there you can imagine the reception the even more avant-garde SMiLE was given from all quarters. It was a short walk from there to the shelving of the magnum opus into never-never land. The idea of transporting the listener to the ethereal through an album embedded with some kind of unknown mystical power was famously abandoned.

Jimi Hendrix called them a psychedelic barbershop quartet, hopelessly square, relentlessly un-cool, and this is why I love the Beach Boys. So anti-attitude, anti-style, and anti-swagger. Pet Sounds. SMiLE. One a commercial deadbeat, the other a complete collapse. How ironic that over 40 years later they both stand as enduring works of art and even more. They’re mile markers in The Search. For Brian it was not about the Church, but the Search. It was never trusting in the man with all the answers, but in the man that’s looking for them. How strange that in their trans-Atlantic battle-of-the- bands with the Beatles, it’s now Sgt.Pepper that comes off as dated and overtly commercial. (As avant-garde art, only Lennon’s ‘Strawberry Fields’ can stand eye-to-eye with SMiLE.)  In contrast, SMiLE sounds like something from a place we may never even reach in the future, garbled incandescent alien transmissions from the spaces between the stars…the surface sweetness always infused with an eerie sense of foreboding somehow, darkly angelic; after all, what is ‘Surf’s Up’ but apocalyptic, prophetic, his crystal visions seeming to peer into another century.

Overall, you can never tell someone’s intentions, you can only say what it means to you; greatness, intelligence, being the ability to hold two contradictory thoughts in your head simultaneously. This IS the yin/yang of SMiLE, the final result being in the end not just a positive experience, but a transformative, spiritual one, lending the profound, moving notion of all things, both positive and negative, serving a greater, Higher Purpose that we here on this hyperplane of engagement just don’t understand yet.

When I think of SMiLE and what Brian saw I always think of the amazing 1888 woodcut that leads this article, that of a monk having stumbled through the edge of everyday reality to glimpse something other, the dimensions beyond, a parallel world if you will. It’s the sound of an ultra-sensitive man reaching simultaneously inside himself and outside the veil and having his mind blasted apart for it, and then putting the pieces back together, just a spirit in the material world. Brian was touched by something most of us never get to see. In doing so he pulled both good and bad vibrations back with him. He gave hints that from where he went he summoned both types of frequencies like some modern-day scrying magician, but ultimately touchingly composed a “teenage symphony to God,” and in doing so made himself more than a musician, he proved himself a visionary, a shaman, a holy man.

That entity the Large Hadron Collider is looking for out/in there among all those multiverses, maybe, just maybe, a 24 year old found it 44 years ago in his mind, without ever leaving his sandbox. Think I’m joking? Listen to SMiLE. Heal yourself. And know that the spark of the Divine is in all of us, and it’s not a particle. It’s a Word. And a Song.

The Brain is wider than the sky, for put them side by side
The one the other will contain, with ease and you beside
The Brain is deeper than the sea, for hold them blue to blue
The one the other will absorb, as sponges, buckets do
The Brain is just the weight of God, for heft them, pound for pound
And they will differ, if they do, as syllable from sound.
                                                   - Emily Dickinson


  1. For sure gonna give it another go round on the ol' turntable.

    1. PVH,

      Good on ya mate; hope it proves fruitful for ya. Definitely go the vinyl route if at all possible; some bands I find (strangely the Beach Boys & Stones in particular) simply weren't made for these times (ouch!), the transition to the compressed, digital age; they lose depth of field and their "teeth" if you will.

      It's like listening to 2 different bands. One is all surface (no matter how stellar your system is) the other hits you in the gut and straight between the eyes. It's a feel thing.

      As for SMiLE, in revisiting it again after these many years, I'm struck now by the encroaching darkness and eerie vibe it exudes as well as its "symphony to God" qualities. For sure there was something going around in the air back then, & it wasn't all incense and peppermints if you catch my drift. Brian destroying the "Fire" tapes because he thought he was conjuring something real into the physical world may not be only the drug-induced psychosis that folks 100% thought it was. Powers of the mind were different back then, and still hold many of their secrets, as anyone at Langley would tell you.

      Brian? I'm left wondering just WHAT happened to that cat, specifically in an MKUltra/Monarch way (pardon as I show my Dave McGowan-ness!) He, as well as both Dennis and Carl, were subjected to trauma, violent trauma, at the hands of Dad Murray growing up...leading one to wonder if they weren't just another "stranger things"-type experiment in the quest to instill a 'crystal' (haha) vision for art, or those proclivities, in the young, malleable, and impressionable. Crazy? Probably, but I wouldn't put ANYTHING past the Tavistockian/entertainment complex powers-that-be at this point. Especially where children are involved.

      We're all just vessels to them, and always have been. And the experiment continues...

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    Wordman- this song makes people happiest.

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