May 25, 2018 

The Wall Street Journal and the Science of God 

The  opinion-editorial, “Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God”  published by the Wall Street Journal on December 25, 2016, on the  scientific proof of God became the most popular article in Wall Street  Journal history.   

The article shows that current science proves  beyond question that the Universe is a design, a creation, and that by  definition, there is a “designer” or a “creator.”  You can say “God”  if you want.  

Fred Hoyle, The astronomer who coined the term  “big bang,” said “the scientific facts put this conclusion (the  existence of a creator) beyond question.” 

The article states:   “The fine-tuning necessary for life to exist on a planet is nothing  compared with the fine-tuning required for the universe to exist at all."  

"If the ratio between the nuclear strong force and the electromagnetic  force had been off by even one part in 100,000,000,000,000,000---then no  stars could have ever formed at all. " 

"Multiply that single  parameter by all the other necessary conditions, and the odds against  the universe existing are so astronomical that the notion that it all  just happened defies common sense.” 

Oxford professor Dr. John  Lennox said “the more we know about the universe, the more certain it  becomes that a ‘creator’ is the only explanation of why we are here.”  

The  amazing popularity of this article shows that the scientific certainty of a creator God has a lot of 'currency' at this point in time. 

The next and highest level of value is in knowing the true identity of the "living God" who created us, and to understand our purpose in the creation. So let's get on with it.


A recent article in the journal Scientific American presented evidence showing that a mushroom was the first living thing on the earth, and that it created the biosphere and its creatures.  

“The fossil remnants of a mushroom/fungus originally called ‘Tortotubus’ has the distinction  of being the oldest land dwelling organism on the earth (445 million  years ago), and its remains are found over the entire globe.” 

"By building up deeper more stable soils,  ‘Tortotubus’ was then able  to create larger more complex green plants to quite literately take  root, in turn providing a food source for animals and allowing the  establishment of terrestrial ecosystems.”  

The article continued, “By the time the creative mushroom withdrew to its current remote and beautiful habitats (mostly alpine), the first trees and forests had come into existence." 

"This humble  subterranean fungus steadfastly performed its soil and plant creation  service for some 70 million years, as life on land transformed from  simple crusty green films to a rich ecosystem that wouldn’t look out of  place in a tropical greenhouse today”.  

The correct identity of "Tortatubis" is Amanita divina, a red-brown primal  strain of Amanita muscaria with a sweet smell and taste. 

The three part sound produced by this divine mushroom's DNA (a F, F#, G Tritone) is the key to understanding how the universe was created to support this divine being. 

Where else does this F, F#, G tritone appear in science and history?

The tritone is produced by the orbits and linear motion of the Sirius star system, Sirius A and B.

In  biological science, the creative F, F#, G, tritone occurs at cell  division (mitosis), when the DNA makes the next cell and programs it  sonically what to be and do.   

From the single DNA molecule we  all once were, our entire organism has unfolded by way of this F, F#, G,  tritone.  

All DNA based creatures, humans, animals, and plants are  simply variations in the overtone/undertone structure of this tritone. 

This  tritone also accompanies photosynthesis, when light becomes living  matter (to feed the DNA based creatures). 

“The F, F#, G forms the key  tension in the nitrogen atom during photosynthesis when sunlight is  transformed into chlorophyll, into living green. From sunshine grows living matter. The word made flesh.”   From Nada Brahma: The World is Sound: Music and the Landscape of Consciousness, P. 70  

The sound we call "thunder" also produces the F, F#, G tritone of life, and induces healing resonance in the DNA when the tempo of the thunder is slowed  to the correct tempo level by octave steps. 

People who are ill are "unsound," and can be "re-tuned" using the sound resonance of tempo adjusted thunder.


The underground bodies of  mushrooms, called the ‘thallus,’ are the oldest and most massive living  things on the earth. They are also immortal. 

They sometimes cover  thousands of hectares, or as the Scientific American article reported, in the beginning, covered the entire earth.   

Any size DNA based  creature can emerge from one of these gigantic underground bodies  without a problem. A living creator God.

The book of Genesis in the Bible says that humans and  the other animals came “out of the ground.”  Mushroom bodies are the  origin of the creative process. 

The metabolism of different regions within the underground 'womb'  of the mushroom's thallus can operate at different temperatures, depending on what kind creature is wanted, for instance, 98.6 degrees for humans or 64 degrees for lizards.  

The  Biblical “Garden of Eden” is at the springs of the rivers Tigris, Euphrates, Pison (now Halys), and Gihon (now Aras), in eastern Turkey.  

The blood-red primal amanita mushroom is the “fruit of the tree of  life,” and lives at the springs of these rivers beneath groves of white  Birch trees. 

Another of these ‘points of creation’ is located at  Mt. Brandon, Ireland, (the westernmost point of the Eurasian continent)  and is called Tir Nanog, “the place of the forever young.”  Tir Nanog is  the “Garden of Eden” of the Irish people. 

The gene that gives stem cells their pluripotentcy  (sometimes called the ‘immortality gene’ by scientists) was discovered by Dr. Ian  Chambers at Edinburg University. 

He named it the "Nanog" gene,  after Tir Nanog, one of the habitats of the divine mushroom that  activates this gene. 

The Irish mythology  says a goddess in a red dress with white spots, Brigid, (meaning Bride)  lives at Tir Nanog, in a grove of twenty white birch trees, to match the  twenty sounds in her language Oghm (aum/om). Birch is symbiotic with the divine mushroom. It is the “tree of  life.”

The Goddess Brigid gives those who come  to her a pair of red mushrooms with white spots (just like her  dress). 

Brigid is an iconic image of the divine mushroom that heals and immortalizes  them.  

The potential for immortality is designed into our DNA. 

Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the Human Genome Project, called our DNA “The Language of God.” 

The  Greek mythology called this sweet-smelling, sweet-tasting mushroom  “ambrosia” and its juice “nectar.” It is the origin of the immortality  of the Greek gods and goddesses.  

The ancient Vedic people called  the mushroom “Soma.”  The book Soma: Divine 


Jesus  said the Truth would set us free. 

The scientific truth is that health and well-being is designed into our DNA by God. We just have to activate it with a divine sacrament he would make us aware of.

What can we do now? 

We trust that you appreciate the scientific and historical basis of this information concerning God and  the creation. We hope that you see the common benefit that will result  from making this healing mushroom available again in the near future.  Please make a donation, large or small, to support this  work and we will keep you updated. Thank you

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