DNA Generated Scalar Waves
The picture below illustrates clearly how DNA is packed into a mitotic chromosome through multiple step coiling . The figure eight shape “8” plays a significant role in this formation. The naked DNA is a double helix string made up of two linear strands twisted together around the helical axis in an anti-parallel fashion. The chemical backbones of the strands are sugar and phosphate molecules. In between them are the base pairs made up of 4 nitrogenous bases: adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine connected by hydrogen bonds. The nitrogenous bases are formed in benzene rings.
To relieve twist strain, the double helix strands first wrap around 8 histones to form nucleosome cores. The two adjacent nucleosome cores are wrapped in opposite direction. The nucleosome cores then form solenoid shaped “beads” string. The “bead” string then coils into another 30 nm large chromatin fiber. Finally, the chromatin fiber supercoil during cell division to form the chromosomes in figure-eight loops. The chromosomes are visible under microscope.
This marvelous God’s creation generates scalar waves in multiple levels:
1. Scalar Wave Created along the Double Helix
Two DNA strands carry two anti-parallel magnetic field B and B’ along the helical axis. They cancel each other and, according to the scalar wave theory, form longitudinal scalar waves along the axis. The longitudinal scalar wave along magnetic field vector B of the EM wave is called magnetic scalar wave or Meyl wave after Dr. Meyl who first introduced the concept . This is in contrast to the electric scalar wave or Tesla wave that Tesla discovered 100 years ago where the longitudinal scalar waves travel in the direction of EM wave’s electric vector E.
Benzene rings in the base pairs between the two strands as shown below are the “motors” that generate the magnetic fields. They are oriented perpendicular to the helical axis. Each benzene ring has circulating electrons on its plane which in-turn make the benzene ring a magnetic moment (like a tiny magnetic ball). All benzene rings are aligned along each strand creating B field along the helical axis. The magnetic fields created by the second strand is anti-parallel to the first one. Therefore, in its natural state, single strand of DNA is magnetic but double-stranded DNA is not due to anti-parallel cancellation.
The physics of DNA magnetism can be found in . The authors did not discuss anything about scalar waves. But the article can be served as a good source for the understanding of the magnetism in DNA.
As shown above, the DNA sequence consists of double-ring purines (A & G bases) and single-ring pyrimidines (C & T bases). In the presence of strong external magnetic field, the ring currents induced by the external incident field are spinning in the same direction, so that their magnetic moments are directed towards the incident magnetic field. This secondary magnetic field is formed to shield the DNA from the outside force. However, in the absence of strong magnetic field, the natural state ring currents are spinning in opposite directions resulting in anti-parallel magnetic moments attracted to each other and to close the magnetic loops. This occurs to the rings between two strands and also to the adjacent rings in the purines. For the adjacent rings in the purines, the trajectory of the ring current is of infinity
shape, or number 8 shape, or a möbius coil shape. This is the most stable state that the DNA double helix rests on.
Möbius coil is well known for its ability to generate scalar wave. In his book “The Heart of Health – the Principles of Physical Health and Vitality,” Stephen Linsteadt, NHD, describes how it works: “The body is also constantly generating these universal scalar waves. Scalar waves are produced when two electromagnetic waves of the same frequency are exactly out of phase (opposite to each other) and the amplitudes subtract and cancel or destroy each other. The result is not exactly an annihilation of magnetic fields but a transformation of energy back into a scalar wave. This scalar field has reverted back to a vacuum state of potentiality. Scalar waves can be created by wrapping electrical wires around a figure eight in the shape of a möbius coil. When an electric current flows through the wires in opposite directions, the opposing electromagnetic fields from the two wires cancel each other and create a scalar wave.“
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Konstantin Meyl  calculated the wavelength of the DNA generated scalar wave to be 126 nm, the speed to be half of the light speed: C/2.14 = 140,000 km/s, and the frequency to be 1.11 x 10^15 Hz – in the UV spectrum. This matches the bio-photon UV radiation measured by Prof. Popp using highly sensitive photo-multiplier tubes. Dr. Meyl stressed that longitudinal scalar waves are known to have no fixed propagation speed and consequently no fixed frequency.
DNA scalar waves are generated within a nucleus, a cell assembly, and the entire human body. When in resonance, a different person can absorb the energy and information in the waves remotely.
1. David Sadava, DNA is Packed into a Mitotic Chromosome, https://www.nature.com/scitable/content/DNA-is-Packed-into-a-Mitotic-Chromosome-3497/
2. Konstantin Meyl, DNA and Cell Resonance: Magnetic Waves Enable Cell Communication, DNA and cell biology, Research Gate, April 2012, 31(4): 422-426. doi: 10.1089/dna.2011.1415, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/51730085
3. Vadim V. Guschin, Oksana Polesskaya, Nelli Zyryanova, Alexey Tovmash, Abraham Mara, Elena Erdyneeva, Max Myakishev-Rempel, On the function of DNA magnetism, http://vixra.org/abs/1803.0075, Mar 9, 2018
4. Stephen Linsteadt, The Heart of Health – the Principles of Physical Health and Vitality, Natural Healing House Press (October 1, 2003), ISBN-10: 0974112305