Sulfur-Based Beings Arrived Aeons Ago

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) was talking about Sulfur-Based Beings in 1975, two years before undersea volcanic vents and tubeworms were discovered.

Valerie J. Weber (Giant Tubeworms, 2005) wrote …

“Scientists did not discover tubeworms — or hydrothermal vents — until 1977. Traveling in a submersible to more than one and a half miles (2.4 kilometers) down in the Pacific Ocean, they found a hot, weird landscape. Melted rock and smoke gushed from huge towers in the ocean floor.”

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According to Adano …

“If you yawn in the presence of a Carbon-Based Being, he will yawn too. If you yawn and the other person drools, he’s a Silicon-Based Being. If he sniffs when you yawn, he’s Sulfur-Based. If he sighs, he’s Methane-Based.”

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Primal Sulfur-Based Being” exist on Earth … and in our microbiome.

Sulfate-reducing bacteria, also known as SRBs, have a sulfate-dependent metabolism and are collectively known as the Archaea, the “ancient ones.”

They prefer sulfur-rich water near deep-sea volcanic vents and geothermal geysers (like Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park).

The sulfate-reducer Desulfovibrio aespoeensis is a typical sulfate-reducing bacterium.

So is Pyrococcus furiosus, another SRB that uses an enzyme containing iron, sulfur, tungsten, and molybdenum, allowing it to thrive at extremely high temperatures.

SRBs breathe sulfate instead of oxygen, and survive by chemosynthesis, not photosynthesis.

Red algae and blue-green algae are probably ancient mutations of sulfur bacteria.

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According to the European Space Agency, “Hypometabolic Stasis for Long Duration Space Flight,” ESA Web site, 2000-2004 …

“… US Researchers have claimed revival of bacteria that have been in suspended animation for 250 million years […] with important consequences for panspermic theories, and the ability of life to travel the vast distances between planets and perhaps even stars.”

“Panspermic theories” propose that life on Earth originated from microorganisms in outer space.

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According to The Elements: Periodic Table Reference (edited by Pedro Oliveira) …

“The so-called sulfur bacteria […] ‘breathe sulfate’ instead of oxygen. They use sulfur as the electron acceptor, and reduce various oxidized sulfur compounds back into sulfide, often into hydrogen sulfide. They also can grow on a number of other partially oxidized sulfur compounds (e.g. thiosulfates, thionates, polysulfides, sulfites). The hydrogen sulfide produced by these bacteria is responsible for the smell of some intestinal gases and decomposition products.”

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Heidi Moore (Giant Tube Worms and Other Interesting Invertebrates, 2012) wrote …

“Scientists found one extremely hot hydrothermal vent in the Pacific Ocean. They recorded temperatures up to 403°C (757°F). The water was so hot it burned the giant tube worms’ flesh. So scientists named this site Tube Worm Barbecue.”

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William J. Broad (“The 40,000-Mile Volcano,” The New York Times, Jan. 12, 2016) wrote …

“The ridges [over 40,000 miles long] feature long rift valleys and, down their middles, giant fields of gushing hot springs that shed tons of minerals into icy seawater, slowly building eerie mounds and towers that can be rich in metals like gold and silver. One knobby tower in the Pacific Ocean, nicknamed Godzilla, grew 15 stories high. Thickets of snakelike tubeworms and other bizarre creatures often blanket the hot features, as do hungry prowlers such as spider crabs.

“The riot of life coexists with springs hot enough to melt lead or the plastic windows of mini submarines. With extreme care, humans and robots have measured temperatures as high as 780 degrees.”

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Why are corporate gene jockeys interested in thermostable sulfate-reducing bacteria?

Cindy Lee Van Dover (The Ecology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents, 2000) wrote …

“Hyperthermophile bacteria offer the prospect of a broad range of thermostable enzymes, including polymerases useful in polymerase chain reactions (PCR) and other molecular techniques, as well as amylases, glucosidases, proteases, etc. (Kelly et al. 1994; Prieur 1997). Resistance to heat denaturation also ensures resistance to other denaturing influences such as detergents and organic solvents (Cowan 1995).”

The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) mentioned above makes GMOs possible, and was developed in 1983 by Kary Mullis, a biochemist who reported an encounter with a space alien at midnight in 1985 — a glowing neon-green raccoon.

The rest of the story is above Atom Bergstrom’s pay grade, and is probably a job for agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully of the X-Files.
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    'Sulfur-Based Beings Arrived Aeons Ago' have 13 comments

    1. September 23, 2016 @ 8:17 pm Atom

      Atherosclerotic plaque is composed of autoxidized polyunsaturated fatty acids (lipofuscin and malondialdehyde) — Yellow Fat Disease.

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    2. September 24, 2016 @ 3:19 am Matt

      Re:
      1 pranayama
      2 meditation
      3 audible life stream

      Is step 3 a result of 2? Or is 3 a different process?

      Reply

      • September 24, 2016 @ 5:16 pm Atom

        Check out my soon-to-be-posted One Radio Network blog entry, “How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?”

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    3. September 24, 2016 @ 3:21 am Matt

      If meditation is a sympathetic response, is it good for somebody trying to heal exhaustion, wouldn’t it just be wiser to sleep – fully parasympathetic?

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      • September 24, 2016 @ 5:22 pm Atom

        Meditation won’t heal exhaustion.

        Sleep does.

        Meditation heals our attachment to dual concepts like …

        tired and rested

        asleep and awake

        sick and well

        sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system

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        • September 25, 2016 @ 4:36 pm Matt

          Would it be worth forgetting about chronibiitic and circadian clock for a bit and sleep all day night if possible?

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          • September 27, 2016 @ 11:02 am Atom

            Swami NItty-Gritty endorsed all-day/all-night marathons, especially once a year for three days during the Christmas holidays — December 24-26.

            This is the best time of the year to increase the capacity to utilize energy, when almost everyone in our Western culture is doing the exact opposite.

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    4. September 24, 2016 @ 6:44 am Helen

      Hi AtOM,
      What do you know about Gelastic seizures?
      What causes them? and more importantly what can be done about them?
      Love From Sydney
      Helen

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      • September 27, 2016 @ 10:42 am Atom

        Anything can cause anything, and anything can cure anything.

        Regarding gelastic seizures (including the ones “caused” by tumors) …

        Lack of emotional discharge is a major factor, with laughing and crying as prominent syndromes.

        MORE laughing and crying is a way out, added to yawning, stretching, moaning, groaning, sighing, drooling, screaming, and so on.

        Faulty estrogen metabolism (especially in the brain) is a major factor.

        AVOIDING unsaturated fats and estrogenic foods helps.

        Hormone imbalance is a GIVEN, especially involving progesterone, and migraines are related to many types of epilepsy.

        Body Dowsing is the Royal Road to the unconscious, and easy to learn.

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    5. September 25, 2016 @ 1:31 pm Atom

      We fell into the sea. Life began in silica clay on land thanks to sulfur-iron-based organisms and their methane-magnesium-based kin.

      Hats off to sulfur — without it, hemoglobin is as useless as rubber lips on a woodpecker.

      http://www.solartiming.com/bioRhy–life-on-earth-creation.php

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    6. September 25, 2016 @ 1:43 pm Atom

      We fell into the sea. Life began in silica clay on land thanks to sulfur-iron-based organisms and their methane-magnesium-based kin.

      Hats off to sulfur — without it, hemoglobin is as useless as rubber lips on a woodpecker.

      http://www.solartiming.com/bioRhy–life-on-earth-creation.php

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    7. September 26, 2016 @ 4:38 pm sebastian

      no wonder H*LL is supposedly largely sulphur. it seems like these beings would trigger fright on the primordial level of man. even reading this i’m struck with intrigue and awe, a feeling of a sneek peak into the yonder of the unknown. so lots of onions (tamasic) would cultivate these strains in your body then? i feel my onion consumption gives me a boost in will power. the unsavory conditions these beings seem to thrive in probably calls for that. better i take a break from the ‘nions and start consuming a wider variety of greens :) (become a bit less like them, heh heh)

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      • September 27, 2016 @ 10:49 am Atom

        Don’t spare the onions.

        Swami Nitty-Gritty often reiterated that the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful; and they took wives for themselves, whomever they chose — the sons of God including the Sulfur-Based Beings.

        The “Ancient Ones” (Archaea) are part and parcel of our Third Chakra, according to him.

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