Gene Silencing: The Next Thing in Medicine

We hear a lot about genes and genetics these days. Now that the human genome has been sequenced, scientists are going full steam ahead on trying to repair all the damage done to the human body through toxic food, water, and air, as well as stress. They are also very hopeful that they can treat and cure cancer and eventually all diseases using gene therapy.

The Covid pandemic provided an opportunity for scientists to experiment on the whole world with mRNA ‘vaccines’. mRna technology as a treatment for disease had been studied for years and used for certain rare conditions, but not proven on a large scale on healthy people.

But there is so much more going on in labs that we don’t even know about. For example, RNA silencing.

Remember we learned that epigenetics is changes in how genes express themselves. Gene silencing is purposely causing those changes in order to fix problems that are causing disease. This is done via new gene technology called FANA ASO.

AUM Lifetch is the same company I mentioned in my latest podcast whose research DARPA is funding. The research is aimed at trying to fix the damage done by Monsanto‘s Round Up which caused herbicide resistance.

“Their system will focus on Palmer amaranth as a test case, a hardy and aggressive pigweed that exhibits extensive herbicide resistance and is a growing problem for commodity farmers. Its genome has been sequenced thanks in part to an international weed genomics consortium that Gaines also leads.

Antisense oligonucleotide technology is better known in life science applications because of its promise as a targeted therapeutic device for a host of diseases, including neurological and autoimmune disorders. But Aishwarya has long seen the potential for these single-stranded DNA molecules to be useful in agricultural settings, and he wants to expand his company in that direction.”

This company, AUM Lifetech, is also receiving funding from Fauci’s NIH for HIV drug research.

Scientists are hoping to use gene silencing as a treatment for cancer and other diseases, but have long been aware of the risk of potential unwanted and unpredicted side effects of gene silencing and gene ‘interference’. One of which is to “induce type I interferon responses and stimulate the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines.”

They are working to overcome these risks. Much research is ongoing. A hyped drug that was going to be used to prevent RSV in at-risk populations failed and research was discontinued.

I’m sharing this with my readers because I think it’s important that the public be informed about what scientists are working on. I am not anti-science, I’m pro-information.

Hopefully this research will turn out positively for the world. But since we know that DARPA is a defense agency, I think it’s probable that this technology could have bioweapon applications as well.

Also, harkening back to this post, I think we can also see the inherent risks of gene therapy.

What do you think?


  1. I noted many years ago when I was a young man, that every “solution” humans come up with for our problems only create worse problems.
    Think transportation: get rid of horses and mules and use combustion engine autos.
    Think electric autos: get grid failure and extra pollution from electricity production.
    Think elimination of childhood diseases: get more complex cancers and brain deterioration.
    Think bigger farms to feed more people: get unknown effects of herbicides and pesticides.
    Think mRNA “vaccines”: get genetic mutations in the liver when it transcribes the mRNA into DNA.
    This will continue to be true until Jesus comes. He does everything well. (Mark 7:37)
    ❤️& 🙏, c.a.

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