Oct 10, 2013
Fifty years ago, on June 4th, 4191, a medical experiment was concluded. It had enveloped the entire planet.
This was the working hypothesis: if you could replace the DNA in a human being with new synthetic DNA that was highly protective, you could expose a human to fierce assaults and he would survive.
The environments chosen for the experiment were the McDonald’s Plateaus in 657 locations across Earth. These were basically pools of intense radioactive water, plus lead, other heavy metals, a soup of virulent (natural and engineered) bacteria, viruses, fungi, molds, and parasites, mixed with dangerous medical drugs, industrial pollutants, chemical warfare agents, and Pentagon nerve gases.
One by one, humans engineered with the new replacement DNA were lowered into the pools.
The first 12 humans died within minutes.
Based on autopsies and tox screens, changes were made to the synthetic protective DNA structure because, to be frank, the scientists really had no idea which configuration would produce the desired result.
Over the next 300 years, succeeding sets of 12 humans were brought to the pools and immersed.
With each set, death was the end point, and it was unfortunately achieved.
After every “death of a dozen,” as it was called, the scientists would reconfigure the DNA structure, hoping for a lucky break.
It never came.
Eventually, 13 billion humans (aka, the population of Earth) were tested, and they all died.
The researchers announced they had run out of test subjects. They stated they were confident that, had they been given enough time and enough human subjects, they would have eventually discovered the correct keys to “robust survival.”
At the end of the experiment, there were 17,000 humans left on Earth. Bankers, key politicians, mega-corporate CEOs, scientists, and a small unit of soldiers.
They, along with a select group of ideal “breeding stock,” began the job of repopulating the planet.
Naturally, I am a descendant of the 17,000.
The population of Earth now stands at roughly four million.
The New Global Institute of Biology has issued the following press release:
“It is apparent that the conditions under which the The Great Experiment was originally carried out no longer apply. We are not subject to former levels of pollution and harmful substances. In that very important sense, The Experiment was a resounding success.
“Neither is there a compelling reason to continue the search for a synthetic DNA configuration that will provide ultimate protection.”
A week of official celebrations is planned.
I must say, however, that had The Experiment never been mounted and launched in the first place, eventually the outcome it achieved would have come about naturally.
The end point would have taken longer to achieve, but the result would have been the same. This was apparent even in the early days of the 21st century, given the pollution levels at that time.
Food for thought…which is now merely academic and theoretical.
Before I sign my name to this brief historical note, I must make it clear that birth records and lines of heredity have been muddled, over the last several centuries.
Apparently, I am a direct descendant of one of the original researchers involved in The Great Experiment. As a result of much literature and counter-literature, I cannot assure you my name retains any significant meaning.
It is “FD Rock Meng Mons Wall.”
Here are several current Wiki entries that might shed light on the separate components:
“It is presumed that FD is a shortened form of FDA, an ancient agency of government that successfully and brilliantly protected the public by certifying medical drugs as safe or unsafe.”
“Rock is sometimes explained as Rockefeller, an American family dedicated to ending war and starvation and ensuring cooperation among governments. A family foundation sponsored early research on The Great Experiment. Fragments of a paper titled “The Need for Depopulation” exist at the Kissinger Memorial Library.”
“Meng may refer to a brilliant German surgeon, Joshua or Joseph Mengele, who carried out tests on the limits of human endurance.”
“Mons is almost certainly an abbreviated form of Monsanto, a 21st-century corporation that revolutionized planetary agriculture through genetically modifying food crops to provide spectacularly enhanced nutritive value.”
“Wall, it is argued, stands for Wall Street, which may have been a company or consortium. It assembled a large portion of the initial funding for The Great Experiment, by selling shares of ‘mortgage derived securities.’ The meaning of this phrase is not presently known.”
FD Rock Meng Mons Wall, PhD, Biology
The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails atwww.nomorefakenews.com
This article was posted: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 4:15 am