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Mission to Carbon and Melanin

For those who accompanied me on the most recent Podisode journey through IG or Instagram, you experienced my lecture on the connections between elemental carbon and melanin. This Podisode reveals deeper insight into that connection and illustrates how timing is used to bring about a leap forward in the ongoing melanin experimentation conducted by hybrid humans. But first I’ll share more insight about the connection between elemental carbon and biochemical melanin.

Elemental carbon and biochemical melanin have a unique and interdependent connection. Elemental carbon is a non-metallic element found in many forms and is the fourth most abundant element on earth. Biochemical melanin is a type of pigment found in the skin, hair, and eyes of most animals and is responsible for the color in these areas. Elemental carbon is a necessary component for the synthesis of melanin in the body. It is a key factor in the conversion of the amino acid tyrosine into melanin. Tyrosine is an amino acid that is found in high concentrations in the body, and when it is broken down, the carbon is released and is converted into melanin. This process is known as the melanin biosynthesis pathway (1). Without carbon, melanin cannot be created, and without melanin, the body is unable to produce pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. As stated in a recent Podisode, without fully functioning eumelanin, optimum communication with one’s niche becomes a vessel-deteriorating struggle. Furthermore, the presence of carbon in melanin has a major influence on its properties.

Carbon is responsible for the dark color of melanin, and it also increases the stability of the pigment. Carbon also helps to protect the melanin from environmental stressors, such as ultraviolet radiation and environmental pollutants (2). Melanin with a higher carbon content is known to be more resistant to damage and degradation. The connection between elemental carbon and biochemical melanin is further supported by research into the genetics of melanin production. Studies have shown that mutations in genes that encode enzymes involved in the melanin biosynthesis pathway can lead to changes in the amount of carbon present in the pigment (3). This indicates that mutations in these genes can potentially affect the amount of carbon present in the melanin, which could influence its color and stability. Finally, carbon has also been found to play a role in the regulation of melanin production. Studies have shown that the presence of carbon can influence the expression of certain genes involved in melanin biosynthesis, resulting in changes in the amount of melanin produced (4). This indicates that carbon can potentially be used to regulate the production of melanin in the body.

Lastly, elemental carbon and biochemical melanin have a unique and interdependent connection. Carbon is essential for the biosynthesis of melanin, and it can also influence the properties of the pigment. Carbon has also been found to play a role in the regulation of melanin production, suggesting that it can potentially be used to control the amount of melanin produced in the body.

A Unique Aside: NASA’s Hidden Mission to Ancient Melanin

And now for a deeper revelation into that connection between melanin experimentation and a plot that’s all about cosmic timing. I am referring to a melanin program that was announced four years ago but which has actually been in the works since 1943 through a special project initiated by German scientists. The occult research into melanin by such scientists like Dr. Hans Epp in the 1940’s was actually a continuation of the research conducted by German scientists, Jakob Wolf and Johannes Reinke. Jakob Wolf and Johannes Reinke, two prominent German scientists, were secretly researching melanin and astronomy in the early 1900s. They conducted their melanin experiments in 1908. Reinke was well known for combining his research with ancient religions. Reinke believed that there had to be a vital unity between natural science and religion in order to achieve any worthwhile results from scientific efforts. Others who continued the Jakob-Reinke experiments did so with religious-like fervor. In the late 1940s, a group of German scientists, led by physicist Dr. Hans Epp, conducted secret research on melanin and astronomy. The research was conducted at the Institute for Applied Physics in Bad Nauheim, Germany.

Eighty years and many project names later, under the helm of allegedly new researchers, this cosmic research has reached its zenith (pun intended). Recently a melanin-focused experiment called Osiris-Rex, went from clandestine planning to a full effect undertaking by NASA, et.al.

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