Laser Polarized Bioholography as a Diffraction of Geometric Optics with Chromosomes

Modern genetic engineering through the cutting and gluing of DNA fragments the (Monsanto method) will lead to a collapse of the human, animal and plant genome. of genetic collapse. The universe is holographic and we can record and transmit only holographic information based on the Geometric Optics of chromosomes.

Irene Caesar, PhD. 

September 5, 2017
Moscow. Russian Federation

This scientific study was aimed at experimental verification of the theoretical hypothesis put forward by Irene Caesar in 2014 that the genome functions as a Polarization Bioholography, based on the shape of chromosomes for focusing genetic information. This hypothesis lays the basis for the development of technologies for remote Quantum Bio-Internet, both the management of biosystems by a remote laser signal, and for the recording and transfer of drugs on electret and digital media.

The theory of geometric optics of chromosomes was created by Irene Caesar on the basis of the theory of wave crystals developed by her in the 1980s, in which the signals are reflected into themselves in consequence of the negative shell of the wave crystal (due to the change in the spin of a single torsion / torus), and the refraction of the signals to zero the center of the wave crystal as an optical focus:

 “Modern genetic engineering through the cutting and gluing of DNA fragments leads to genetic collapse.While the universe is holographic, we can record and transmit only holographic information based on the Geometric Optics of chromosomes.”

The same gene is expressed in functional individuals by the metacentric chromosome, and in dysfunctional individuals – through the acrocentric chromosome.The chromosome is a lens that allows our cells to focus the necessary wave information The procedure during cell division is similar to the crystal (lens) in our eye.The metacentric chromosome is analogous to a well-centered and focused eye crystal, whereas the acrocentric chromosome is similar to the myopic or far-sighted eye. ” (Irene Caesar, Phd.)

According to Dr. Caesar:

“The chromosome is a geometric code and functions through refraction (refraction) in a wave crystal, that is, in a nonlocal unique biohologram or wave matrix that focuses genetic information unique to a given person through its unique interference / diffraction grating of a scalar (standing) wave. “

“Thus,” continues Dr. Caesar:

the chromosome is a structural / geometric code or form that is holographic in nature, allowing remote control of biosystems through Laser Polarized Holography

According to Dr. Caesar:

A hologram is not an image, but a special structural quality of a signal.

According to the holographic principle, the universe is entirely in each of its matrix points. ” Caesar states that the Hologram contains an infinite number of waves, particles and fields. Therefore, according to her, the hologram can not be “counted” in terahertz, infrared or any other range. In August 2012, she formulated the consequence of the holographic principle, which theoretically explains the possibility of remote control of biosystems.

Dr. Caesar states that:

If the universe is completely at each of its matrix points, then each matrix point is not simply different from any other matrix point, but is unique.

Thus, each wave matrix is ​​both unique and non-local.

The project of Quantum Bio-Internet was created by Dr. Caesar  in the spring of 2013, and presented to her for the joint implementation in May 2013 in London of the head of the Byzantine Templars, Andrew Sharalambus. The project consisted in the instantaneous transmission of holographic information from one copy to another copy of a unique non-local wave matrix / biohologram during the scanning of one of the copies by a Helium-Neon laser with internal mirrors. This transfer was proposed for the first time on the global market, ahead of all other researchers in this field, including PP. Garyaeva, who began offering a remote transfer only after this project was made public.

According Dr. Caesar, the holographic principle explains the eleotrical / dipole nature of the biohologram: the holographic principle “means that each biohologram has opposite poles, each pole representing a change in the spin in a single torsion (torus). The change in the spin causes each linear external signal to be reflected on itself inside the hologram, so that a scalar / standing wave arises when the peak of the forward-going wave is annihilated by a depression of the same wave when it reflects itself.

A diffraction grating of a scalar wave refracts the external linear signals in the direction of the zero center of the wave crystal / hologram, similar to the focus of the crystal in our eye. Covering the shape of the crystal, that is, the refraction inside the diffraction grating, our eye receives different information. The same happens with our chromosomes.

After that, DNA is self-protected from any external linear signal, since it is a paradigmatic scalar wave, because its one turn goes in one direction and the other in the opposite direction. While RNA is a single-stranded spiral antenna, which is thus vulnerable to external signals. Thus, the secret of the genome lies in the form of RNA as an inductor, which collects, amplifies and stores energy in the form of a magnetic field. Genetic improvement is possible only if RNA collects and stores the correct linear signals and for a long time; and only if DNA annihilates these signals in its scalar wave by creating spatial translational symmetry (metacentricity) of the holographic signal, imposing it on the chromosomes during cell division “(Irene Caesar, PhD).

Dr. Caesar states that “The geometry of chromosomes changes the nature of the external signal from linear to holographic through:

  1. the polarization of the torus (by changing the spin in a single toroidal DNA field)
  2. through the reflection of any external linear
  3. through the refraction of any incoming signal to the center of the wave crystal that functions as a focus, in the same way as y to earn our eye (© Irene Caesar, Geometry Chromosomes 2014) (Irene Caesar, Ph.D., “Remote Control / biosystems based on the form of chromosomes as a diffraction grating for focusing the genetic information”, reports and articles,

Dr. Caesar concludes: “We can produce remote laser control of biosystems and, thus, create people with improved physical and mental abilities, and dramatically prolong life expectancy, based on the consequence of the holographic principle and the mastery of geometric codes chromosomes.

See Dr. Caesar’s article.: Remote management of biosystems based upon the shape of chromosomes as diffraction grating for focusing genetic information

Irene Caesar was the first person who proposed to transfer pharmaceutical preparations with holograms as diffraction / refraction gratings, and to create holograms by lasers on the principle of refraction.

From May to September 2017, at the experimental sites of the Moscow State Technical University, named after NE Bauman, a scientific group led by her successfully implemented and tested her new method of recording and remote transmission of biolograms using laser spectroscopy and coding electrets at the nanoscale using a laser. According to Dr. Caesar, “Polarized Bioholography technology creates “lenses” that help our chromosomes correct their refraction to focus genetic biologic information both locally and remotely”

During the experiments, for the first time in the world, a new high-precision laser spectrograph was used to record Biohologram Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Caesar proposed a modification of the laser spectrograph (an egg with shiny inner surfaces, for sublimation through resonance in the pyramidal part, and then for zeroing the signal in the spherical part in a scalar / standing wave), which will greatly expand the capabilities of this device for recording bioholograms.

The mathematical model was developed by a group of scientists who developed a mathematical model of the flight of the Caliber rockets.