First Child Officially Diagnosed with Three DNA Strands



As we as a species approach the culmination of our ascension in 2012, our outdated 2 strand 'Double Helix' DNA must experience an upgrade. What has long been considered 'junk DNA' by the scientific community must now be reevaluated as the human species experiences an incredibly rapid advancement of our evolution. All throughout the existence of the human species on this planet, thee has never been gradual shift in our evolution, instead there have been a series of massive leaps. One of the more recent leaps in our evolution could never be explained by science, hence a name for this mystery was implemented instead, resulting in this phenomena being referred to as the 'missing link'. Human DNA is now evolving from a mere two strands (which are responsible for lower dimensional traits such as survival and pro creation), to three, four, and even twelve strands of DNA fully activated. A human with two strands of DNA activated is plugged into a 3rd dimensional reality which we have experienced here on earth. When a third strand is activated, a human can experience the fourth dimensional reality, and after activation of a fourth strand of DNA, the fifth dimensional reality can be experienced, which is precisely where we are headed in 2012. These third and fourth strands of DNA have remained dormant within the DNA structure, and are being activated throughout our planet by energies currently bathing our world. It is believed forerunners in our ascension process, known as Indigo Children have been born with three and four strands of DNA fully activated. The scientific community, which has shown strong skepticism towards new DNA theories, must now reevaluate their position as a two year old British boy named Alfie Clamp has become the first person in the world to be officially diagnosed with a third strand of DNA located in his seventh chromosome.

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  1. His condition left Alfie unable to see until he was three months old and his muscles were so weak he could not roll over on his own. He still suffers serious digestive problems and needs a cocktail of drugs every day to help his body absorb vital nutrients. He also suffers fits which sparked by high temperatures and metabolic problems stop him from eating or drinking. Since he was born, Alfie has been rushed to hospital six times - including twice just last month - when he stopped breathing.

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    1. Dear Brendan Green ... I appreciate your great (esp. mental) care for this human being - you see I habe gone through a lot and hardly anyone would believe the simple truth behind (coeliac disease for 35years yet undiscovered) ...the apostle of the Essenians by Yeshua really saved me a lot ... i wish this could help as well. . Give it a try ... it's for good (btw I also have raw Salmon a little and eggs as protein source.. : ) mmh.

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  3. If that's the GOD-self's idea of improvement, please leave me out of your DNA-upgrade plans.

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  4. I have a friend who has 3 strands of dna and she is a healer. Her 2 boys (she is unable to have girls) are examples of the evolution coming.

    Yes there are health problems to overcome but the rewards of their superiority are amazing. And more energy healers will be needed as more and more of these children are born and live.

    This is not the first child to be born or diagnosed with 3 strands of dna. It's just the only one published.

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  5. Stephanie, if 3-stranded DNA carrying women are unable to give birth to girls then how can this possibly be the future of the human race?

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  6. Never a good sign when the author doesn't provide any citations.

    The original claim about Alfie's "third" strand of DNA came from an article in a British newspaper which is renowned for poor science reporting (The Daily Mail).
    Unfortunately they confused the fact that Alfie has a third strand of Human Chromosome number 7 rather than having an actual third strand of DNA

    Chromosomes are protein structures which "package" our (double stranded) DNA - they aren't DNA in their own right.

    Chromosome duplication isn't even particularly uncommon - Down's Syndrome results from the whole or partial duplication of chromosome 21

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