May 27, 2023

Apollyon’s Final Solution

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Apollyon’s Syringe Army… And we should have known…

The Molecular Vision of Life: Caltech, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of the New Biology (Monographs on the History and Philosophy of Biology) by Kay, Lily E.

The first and last quarters of this book deal with the wider social implications of the Foundation’s influence and funding. It is in these sections that Kay speaks of the Foundation’s twin goals of Eugenics and Social Control. The middle section of the book is more concerned with the history of molecular biology.

The conclusion states that in the popular imagination it is logical and natural for science to begin investigating the possibility altering individuals’ genetics to weed out disease and promote desirable traits. The author contends that this is not merely the next logical step, but one of the primary reasons why the Rockefeller Foundation supported the life sciences in the first place. The other primary reason is to understand human-kind better so that we can be managed systematically.

The Rockefeller Foundation formed a committee to research what it would take to reform the practices of western medicine. It was determined that buying a relatively small number of the largest medical institutions and controlling what was taught to medical students, they could control how medicine was practiced in America and even the world. The Rockefeller Foundation bought up some medical schools, closed the rest, and effectively removed nutrition, and holistic and herbal medicine from the curriculum, and replaced it with a doctrine of pharmaceuticals and surgery. Of course the Rockefeller Foundation owned major shares in the pharmaceutical producing companies and could only profit from this. As eel let main objective of these studies in biological sciences is coming to fruition right before our eyes, recombinant DNA, vaccine, and their mark of the beast technology.. Soul harvesting for the Angel of the Bottomless Pit who’s face appears on the cover of The Molecular Vision of Life: Caltech, The Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of the New Biology (Oxford University Press, 1993) by Lily E. Kay…. This book is one large brick in the huge existing record of the kind of world we actually live in, and how it got this way. In fact, the author of the book herself (as I recall) kisses up to the ‘legitimacy’ of the foundation as a scientist, at the same time she is simultaneously detailing the historic record (names, dates, events) that clearly shows that the foundations open purpose was the ‘control of mankind from a molecular level’, and that the roots of its ideology was rooted in (Rockefeller) eugenics. They’re hunting souls.. die in sin and their God gets the soul.. And as I stated above, what would the ultimate control mechanism be? The recombinant DNA and the mark of the beast technology..

Would you take a vaccine that is DNA that has been formed artificially by combining constituents from different organisms known as recombining DNA, thus recombinant DNA demo some source that was not using full disclosure to inform you of the acceptance of this recombinant DNA process that if injected into you will change you forever.. Into something else..

The word recombinant refers to dna which is formed by combining DNA from multiple sources it is a result of genetic recombination recombination two different DNA are combined with each other to create a new DNA molecule a new DNA molecule which is not found in the original genome let me ask you a question if you were to add that to the human genome would that change the human genome forever from what it was the answer is yes. The new vaccine they are working up could be called human 2.0.. Humans are 1.0 and then these scientists add a new DNA to humanity then the 1.0 is gone.. Is no longer available, humanity has been switched to 2.0.. Because adding recombinant DNA into the 1.0 human host body system.. Therefore what was human now is human but different it will never be the same as what it was before the vaccines..

“Recombinant DNA, molecules of DNA from two different species that are inserted into a host organism to produce new genetic combinations that are of value to science, medicine, agriculture, and industry. Since the focus of all genetics is the gene, the fundamental goal of laboratory geneticists is to isolate, characterize, and manipulate genes. Although it is relatively easy to isolate a sample of DNA from a collection of cells, finding a specific gene within this DNA sample can be compared to finding a needle in a haystack. Consider the fact that each human cell contains approximately 2 metres (6 feet) of DNA. Therefore, a small tissue sample will contain many kilometres of DNA. However, recombinant DNA technology has made it possible to isolate one gene or any other segment of DNA, enabling researchers to determine its nucleotide sequence, study its transcripts, mutate it in highly specific ways, and reinsert the modified sequence into a living organism.”…

Recombinant DNA…

The angel of the bottomless pit is in the process of making himself one with the stars/angles/princes/ yoked with their doppleganger in their human host body through the recombinant DNA in the soon to come out vaccine/ID tracking mark of the beast technology…

it makes perfect sense, the masses have been socialized to surrender their human host bodies to synthetic drugs and fancy equipment…

This is not a book for the layperson or even for those with more applied educational backgrounds. This is an academic text that is meant for Ph.Ds, think tanks, and more advanced students who are conversant in the history and philosophy of science, business, U.S. politics and policy, psychology, anthropology, and various forces shaping American (and now global) social, economic, political life and other values.

Overview; “This fascinating study examines the rise of American molecular biology to disciplinary dominance, focusing on the period between 1930 and the elucidation of DNA structure in the mid 1950s. Research undertaken during this period, with its focus on genetic structure and function, endowed scientists with then unprecedented power over life. By viewing the new biology as both a scientific and cultural enterprise, Lily E. Kay shows that the growth of molecular biology was a result of systematic efforts by key scientists and their sponsors to direct the development of biological research toward a shared vision of science and society. She analyzes the motivations and mechanisms empowering this vision by focusing on two key institutions: Caltech and its sponsor, the Rockefeller Foundation. Her study explores a number of vital, sometimes controversial topics, among them the role of private power centers in shaping scientific agenda, and the political dimensions of “pure” research. It also advances a sobering argument: the cognitive and social groundwork for genetic engineering and human genome projects was laid by the American architects of molecular biology during these early decades of the project. This book will be of interest to molecular biologists, historians, sociologists, and the general reader alike.”

These are the opening words in a book by Dr. Lily E. Kay called “The Molecular Vision of Life ; Caltech, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of the New Biology“, published in 1993 by Oxford University Press. Lily Kay’s book, her first of only two, is scarce and expensive. A used hardcover will cost you $300. Kay passed away in 2000 at age 53 and I wonder if her book is now appreciating like a piece of art. One suspects she was a consummate insider participating in the abstraction of scientific history. She wrote that the Rockefeller-created field of molecular biology was the incarnation of redirected eugenics which was “animated by a potent conjunction of Protestant values and technocratic visions” [p10] making clear that its purpose was “to control biological destiny” [p17]. To prove her point naming giants in the field with Protestant bona fides, still with great subtlety, however, like a code running through the text, Lily Kay coaxes a truer sense of ‘values’ from her subject than she perhaps intended. Her Protestants are tainted, weak, ‘old school’ and “not religious” (a “not religious” Protestant is no Protestant at all) and these leading personalities were beholden to their advisors and collaborators. Much in the way that Kay wrote “Scientists could now manipulate genes…they laid claim to ‘the secret of life’”, it was the scientists who were Lily Kay’s heroes. They were the creators and they made it all possible by devotedly navigating their special ideas through the turbulence of rough political times. The Molecular Vision’s retrospective abruptly ends for its readers in 1955, the year that polio vaccine set a precedent in public medicine. You may guess that the social and biological destiny of mankind was at hand.

“They intended to create a new science of life [p6]…The new biology not only reflected the particular bias of its principal architects –physicist Max Mason and mathematician Warren Weaver– but the more general bias of a technocratic elite who had dominated American culture during the 1920s…

Conceived during the late 1920s, the new agenda was articulated in terms of the contemporary technocratic discourse of human engineering… the new biology (originally named “psychobiology”) was erected on the bedrock of the physical sciences in order to rigorously explain and eventually control the fundamental mechanisms governing human behavior”[p8]

“A concerted physicochemical attack on the gene was initiated at the moment in history when it became unacceptable to advocate social control based on crude eugenic principles…

Time was seldom a deterrent for the visionaries of the Rockefeller Foundation..[which] had been the main force behind the development of the social sciences in America..[p9]

Programmatic statements, reports, and memoranda from the various Rockefeller divisions attest that on social and ideological levels there was no fundamental separation of purpose between the heads of corporations and the leadership of the Foundation.” [p10]

“The Rockefeller method of building a science establishment depended upon creating a “hegemonic bloc” in the period between 1913, when the RF received a Congressional charter, and 1933, when the program goals were “fully articulated”. Despite what Kay called “echoes of minor dissent” [p28], we are told that “these voices of dissent..did not represent the majority of academic scientists who kept knocking on the foundations’ gates… The efforts of this group came to fruition after World War I“. “Fruition” entailed the significant marriage of the RIMR to the U.S. military, accomplished during the Spanish Flu of 1918-1919 when the epidemiologic investigation centered in New York City. The RIMR, under the leadership of Simon Flexner, earned its stripes as a flagship institution in the 1916 polio epidemic which spread widely across the states claiming 27,000 victims. One third of them, 9,000 cases, were reported in NYC. At that time, and for the next several decades, Simon Flexner and the RIMR were the principal researchers of polio. Polio is only superficially addressed in “The Molecular Vision”, appearing briefly as another pressing dilemna by mid-century, but in the wider context of Rockefeller science, it stands out like a red thread on a blue field. Its causes are acute radiation and chemical poisoning.”—No pagination

“A cursory glance at Caltech during the 1930-1950s reveals that the Institute nutured some of the most important ‘founding fathers’ of American molecular biology [a]ll supported by the Rockefeller Foundation [p12]… Caltech, of course, was not the sole center for the new biology… A survey of the Foundation’s annual reports from 1930 to 1955 reveals that the Foundation supported molecular biology projects in scores of elite institutions but invested the largest sums in six… In accord with its long-standing policy of supporting the strong –“making the peaks higher”– the University of Chicago, Caltech, Stanford, Columbia, Harvard, and the University of Wisconsin most consistently received grants [p13]…

…the Foundation’s support of Chicago equaled that of Caltech [p14]… Chicago’s genetics [research] had a strong focus on populations..[with biology] under the leadership of Paul Weiss…[and] by the late 1920s, Caltech formed the hub of America’s scientific establishment” [p15]

“[T]he Rockefeller Foundation’s “Science of Man” agenda.. linked the particular forms of social control sought by that agenda with the specific kinds of control supplied by the new biology… Greatly influenced by Jacques Loeb’s project, which had adopted the engineering standpoint toward the control of life, the Rockefeller Foundation officers and their scientific advisors sought to develop a mechanistic biology as the central element of a new science of man whose goal was social engineering… The life sciences aimed to map the pathways in the molecular labyrinth of the human soma and psyche in order to control biological destiny.” [p17]

“Not all branches of science were equally relevant to the pressing problem of social control, however. During the 1920s, under the leadership of Wickliffe Rose, the [RF] International Educational Board directed its resources to the physical sciences –grants for the rehabilitation of European research centers and travel fellowships for chemists, physicists, and mathematicians. Guided in part by Frederick Soddy’s fear of premature use of nuclear fission, [Raymond] Fosdick [future RF president] prophesied doom if the physical sciences proceeded unchecked and the savage was left unrestrained.

…Fosdick’s judgement that overinvestment in the physical sciences merely accelerated the pace of runaway technology and that underinvestment in the human sciences amplified the atavistic social response became the guiding principle in the Foundation’s singular commitment to support the human sciences durng the 1930s.” [p33]

“Gone was the rhetoric of biological improvements of the race… Gone also was Caltech’s connection to the old eugenics. With the death of E.S. Gosney in 1942, the trustees of the Human Betterment Foundation (including Millikan and a few Caltech trustees) agreed that the Foundation’s interests would be best served by transferring its activities to Caltech. In October 1943 an agreement was drawn up dissolving the Human Betterment Foundation as such and turning over its assets to the Institute. The Institute, in turn, agreed to use these resources “and the proceeds thereof to establish the Gosney Research Fund, the income from which will be devoted in perpetuity to the promotion of research into the biological bases of human qualities…”. Linguistically watered down from its eugenic potency, the Gosney Fund would support postdoctoral fellowships in “those branches of biological science basic to our understanding of human welfare.” The New York Times too refurbished its prose. The announcement emphasized the medical connection: “$700,000 to Trace Polio and Cancer –Rockefeller Grant is Made for California Institute Research in Molecular Biology”. [pp238-239]