An important aspect of the 64 Keys of Enoch® is to introduce us to new fields of “future science”.
The breakthroughs in medical science for instance will be a continued blessing for humankind. When The Keys were given in the 1970s, it seemed as impossible a feat as the mission to the Moon was to our grandparents.
In nature the salamander has the ability to regrow its tail. In the early human foetal stage, such regrowth occurs too. The question as to why this did not happen later in human development led to research in regrowing human structures.
In this century, a trachea, a beating heart, finger, skeletal muscle etc. have been reconstructed through stem cell science. This brings hope to amputees and those with a congenital absence of complex tissues or end-stage organ failure.
Using Kirlian photography, we know that if part of a leaf is torn off, the structure of the whole leaf would appear. Likewise if some part of a body is missing you would still, for a long period of time, have that electromagnetic blueprint present as is so often sensed by amputees.
In an interview with the McGowan Institute, Stephen Badylak spoke of the “extracellular matrix (ECM)” used to regrow organs and limbs:
- “If you take the [xenogeneic] bladder or small intestine and scrape away all the cells, what you’re left with is structural tissue like collagen and functional molecules such as growth factors. There are literally hundreds of these proteins, all housed in the ECM. They instruct cells on how to behave—whether to multiply or migrate or differentiate into different types of cells. They tell cells at the site of a wound what to do. Equally important, they recruit cells to the wound site that wouldn’t normally be there, such as stem cells…. But when we implant ECM, the body treats it as a scaffold on which it can build. The body’s own cells invade. The scaffold is gone within 75 days, as the body replaces it with its own tissue.”
- This research is borne out in Key 3-1-7:45, which states: “This key gives the beginning of an entirely new science called medical astronomy which will allow the nodal of cell memory to be stimulated so that new limbs, organs and tissues fill the anatomical space of the body undergoing regeneration.”
Recently a toddler in Africa with 80% burns was able to go home after three months thanks to the help of US doctors, harvesting her own stem cells.
The Keys do indeed open us to new vistas of knowledge and experience. We rejoice in science coming together with spirituality as we say Halleluyah!
With Love and Blessings,