SEARCHING FOR A SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IN DNA:
As there seems some type of language stored in DNA introns, the quest is to decipher this language. At first glance there appears an uncanny relationship between DNA and ancient Hebrew. If God was to put language in DNA, likely it would be Hebrew. Despite all investigation attempts, the relationship just doesn’t work. However, three base pairs of a DNA codon makes 64 possible combinations, which is the same number of I Ching hexagrams, making this relationship more likely.
I believe I have correctly matched DNA bases to the I Ching:
|DNA Base||I Ching||I Ching Symbol||Number|
The problem most everyone makes when looking for this type of DNA language connection is to relate it to protein coding. Remember, we are searching for a high level language and not one tied to protein expression. Just as a computer language is unrelated to low level building of the microprocessor, we are looking for a language that expresses itself in the brain. This language must somehow get translated into brain wave signals.
I believe the above are the first known words in this language. I don’t think every I Ching hexagram corresponds to a codon, but most probably do. Also some words may be two codons long and don’t relate to the I Ching.
Matching DNA bases to the four classical elements may not mean much in itself, yet it opens the door to further correspondences:
|DNA Base||Element||Tarot Card Suit||Playing Card Suit||Sacred
Equating DNA code to the Platonic solids may give us an understanding how the genome represents a body’s form.
THE KEYS OF ENOCH
One reputable source linking DNA to Hebrew is the esoteric The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch by J.J. Hurtak. One “Key” (“2-0-2”) is devoted entirely to the DNA – Hebrew connection, which starts with, “The Name of YHWH is coded within every biochemical function in our body, especially within the life-giving DNA-RNA matrix.”
|Amino Acid||Hebrew Letter||Number|
|Methionine (START)||zayin (Z)||7|
|Aspartic Acid||Kaph (K)||20|
|Glutamic Acid||Mem (M)||40|
The Urantia Book is a very helpful source for some basic terminology used in The Keys of Enoch. However, the two books differ greatly and emphasize different meanings for similar terms.