KRYON BOOK twelve
The Twelve Layers of DNA
by Lee Carroll


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Subtitle: An Esoteric Study of the Mastery Within
Kindle Verson Only (Out of Print)
ISBN 1-933465-05-0
2010 - Platinum Publishing House
Forword by Dr. Todd Ovokaitys
Color Illustrations by Elan Dubro Cohen

This is the twelfth book in the Kryon series. Three years in the making, it is the first book of its kind, and may eventually define the more than 20 year Kryon lineage. DNA is our chemical blueprint, but the Human Genome Project found that over ninety percent of it is not coded. In fact, only approximately four percent creates the 23,000 genes in the Human body. The rest? It's a puzzle to the extreme, and to this day there is no answer why most of DNA seems to have no symmetry or codes of any kind. In fact, it seems to be random. Kryon has now given us full channelled explanation of this, and brings it right into the quantum world. Is it possible that DNA is mostly quantum instructions - information that speaks to the Human body? And if so, what's in those instructions that comprise over 2.7 billion chemicals per DNA double helix?

Here is a full revelation of the twelve layers, or energies of DNA, complete with full color channelled illustrations of each layer by American-Israeli artist Elan Dubro-Cohen. Could it be that our entire Akashic record is carried in our DNA? What else might be represented? It starts to make sense, and the most recent discoveries of quantum physics only enhances the potentials of this quantum molecule. With a foreword by DNA researcher Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, this book is an esoteric breakthrough. Lee Carroll narrates throughout, and Kryon presents the actual energies of DNA.

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