The Origins of Cancer
November 20, 2003
Cancer is no mere ordinary disease. It is a
highly personal growth that stems from the most ingenious
creation of nature: living formations. To be more precise,
cancer is a super-energetic DNA; a living creation with an
aberrant, self-destructive orientation that derives from a
defect in the enzymes that regulate the metabolic functions
of the body. Consequently, a comprehensive analysis of cancer
necessitates a precise understanding of the living world.
While Charles Darwin’s theory and subsequent research
has substantially expanded our knowledge on the evolution
of living species, only wave theory explains this wonderful
process from its primordial stages: the creation of the universe.
Admittedly, most of what appears in this article
is hardly new to scientists, as clinical experience has allowed
us to edge ever closer to revealing the pathology of cancer.
However, wave theory offers an unprecedented explanation of
the “disease’s” etiology, which challenges
some of our current conventions on the creation of life.*
Before I can begin outlining the fundamentals of cancer, I
must describe the behavior of energetic matter. Following
the Big Bang, energetic matter expanded and created wave formations
by means of its swirling and spinning motion. At its center,
this primary formation produces an energetic swirl (loop)
— known as a Kerr swirl — which sucks in all the
energy from its surroundings. The size of the Kerr swirl is
commensurate to the amount of energy it has managed to attain.
These highly energetic entities, which are situated at the
heart of every creation (both on a subatomic and universal
scale), are referred to as black holes. Energy is expelled
from the tip of the black hole — also known as singularity
— in successive packages that similarly move in a spinning
and swirling manner. Each package that is released also resembles
a black hole (an energetic loop or half of a wave, as well
as a highly-energetic strand of DNA), and the expelled chains
are aligned in a rope-like procession. However, to maintain
its equilibrium and circulate its energy properly, every energetic
formation must be configured in a closed wave formation (adjacent
picture). But cancer possesses only half the wave formation
— the energetic loop — and is thus unable to maintain
an energetic balance.
In ordinary closed waves, energetic matter
swirls and spins along an energetic path. This movement engenders
yet another loop — the Schwarzschild swirl — with
dominant magnetic properties that store and preserve the wave’s
energy. It spins perpendicular to the aforementioned Kerr
swirl and similarly expels excess energetic matter in the
form of perpendicular packages that also follow one another
in a rope-like fashion. The black hole sucks in energy, including
its own energetic creations, from the Schwarzschild loop and
forms a closed formation that allows its energy to flow inside
what is referred to as a wave formation (see the Hydrogen
Atom). This virtual energetic matter is indeed
extremely sophisticated and enigmatic, and I believe that
it will take another generation before we fully grasp this
In contrast, cancer only possesses the half
of the wave formation that sucks in energy, but it lacks the
ability to create the complimentary loop that is needed to
a balanced closed wave formation and circulate its own energy
(adjacent picture). Consequently, it is only capable of swallowing
energy from its surroundings and creating energetic packages
(cancer formations). Due to damaged enzymes, the cancerous,
super-energetic DNA cannot return to its previous position
and continues to produce over-zealous DNA.
This knowledge allows us to analyze the behavior
of cancer in a coherent manner. Moreover, keeping sight of
the fact that the "disease" is a natural development
enables us to perceive cancer as a manifestation of the natural
phenomenon of natural selection.
To this point, we have described the properties
of cancer, but we still haven’t discussed how it develops
to begin with. My article on Deepwater
Vents illustrates the process by which energetic
matter creates living formations. The wave formation is capable
of preserving its energetic matter in a natural framework.
This natural, energetic wave formation generates various formations
in accordance with the particular conditions that it finds
itself in. The ordinary, “inorganic” wave structure
subsequently accepts additional amounts of energy and transforms
into living DNA. Its energetic loops (waves) expel excess
energetic matter in the form of ordinary new DNA formations
that then assemble into chains. In fact, all natural formations
release excess energy in various ways — including, of
course, the “birth” and expulsion of new formations
— in order to preserve their own energetic balance and
pass these traits on to their progeny.
This smae process takes place in millions of
formations throughout the body. Every cell is in constant
motion; cells live and die, and new cells subsequently appear.
Even the most primitive organic molecules need to absorb energy
from their surroundings in order to survive. Furthermore,
this vital energetic function is passed on to subsequent generations.
This vibrant energetic process does not stop for even a second,
as their essential creator is living, perpetual energetic
In “inorganic” formations, such
as the atom, the electron (one of the basic atomic formations)
jumps to a higher orbit in the presence of excess energy.
However, this is detrimental to its energetic equilibrium,
and the electron thus expels the additional energy in the
form of photon waves and returns to its balanced orbit. The
body’s equilibrium is similarly maintained by work,
sweat, and other outlets. This process is indicative of healthy
organisms, as every formation must maintain its balance in
order to maintain its well-being and ensure its survival.
However, the equilibrium of human beings has been compromised
over the last century.
Various enzymes within the cell are charged
with regulating this entire process. The enzymes collaborate
to maintain and supervise the internal mechanism that controls
the absorption and expulsion of energy in the body. However,
for various reasons, this system is occasionally skewed by
a defective enzyme, or by a DNA molecule that fails to disintegrate
and gets stuck in the metabolism. The trapped DNA attracts
superfluous amounts of energy. Consequently, it is stronger
than normal DNA and begins to usurp all the energy from its
vicinity, which disrupts the normal cycle of the metabolism.
The super-energetic DNA and its attendant cell mechanism lack
the ability to revert to their normal formation, and the DNA
begins to expel energy by replicating into other highly-energetic
strands of DNA. As expected, these strands align into a closely
linked network of highly energetic chains that resembles a
ball of yarn. On account of their abundant energy, the chains
are now able to penetrate the lymph and blood vessels, where
they hunt for rich sources of energy and cause extensive damage.
Furthermore, the super DNA chains continue to metastasize,
and the new chains also join in the hunt for energy.
This deadly cycle, then, represents the outbreak
of cancer. The reckless DNA chains continue to swallow as
much energetic matter as possible. Moreover, the excessive
levels of energy prevent the new DNA from undergoing differentiation.
It resembles a very “primitive” entity, such as
a black hole, as it creates and then expels other primitive
— yet extremely virulent — virus-like entities
that similarly resemble black holes. The only objective of
a maverick DNA is to wrest control over as much energy as
possible from its surroundings in order to continue to exist,
but ultimately its lethal attack on its host brings about
its own demise as well. This stems from the fact that its
sole function is to wipe out organisms that fail to adapt
to nature (natural mutation and natural selection). If the
body fails to assist in the “rehabilitation” process,
it will be destroyed as well. The intensity of the aggression
obviously depends on the particular area of the helix in which
the enzyme was damaged.
For eons, living organisms have struggled to
obtain energy. As part of this process, our bodies are constantly
creating new formations with competing properties and objectives.
Despite the billions of formations that comprise the human
body, we sense even the slightest change in one of its cells.
When the brain receives a signal from an impaired cell, it
immediately attempts to repair the damage by means of the
various systems that the body has at its disposal. However,
cancer has proven to be an extremely resilient enemy: the
proteins of the immune system are also devoured by the cancer,
which prevents the body from inhibiting the continued proliferation
of virulent, high-energy DNA. Some bodies, while unable to
remove the impaired cell(s), are able to isolate and encapsulate
the problematic area and continue to exist; others are less
In contrast to the primary black hole that
creates wave formations by singularity, cancer continues to
produce additional black holes as described above. Unlike
cosmic black holes, maverick DNA cannot form balanced wave
formations. This property, then, is responsible for cancer’s
suicidal behavior. Nevertheless, it is difficult to fathom
how such a miniscule entity with the slightest amount of energy
is so powerful and aggressive.
Wave theory is attuned to cancer’s position
within the grand scheme of things and thus offers an accurate
understanding of this frightening phenomenon. Consequently,
I believe that we can overcome this scourge by working within
the confines of the cycle of life, as we certainly cannot
hope to defeat nature.
* For an understanding of the
basic principles of the creation of life, please read my article
Vents as well as my book United
Nature Theory: Wave Theory.