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Of the Sonoran Desert Gila Monster Dragon

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I’m on a stakeout in the Sonoran Desert hoping to come across the only venomous lizard in the United States, the Gila Monster. Though not typically aggressive, these lizards can pack a bite so powerful it’s said to be like hot lava coursing through your veins! No slip- ups here, Coyote! (Test Tube Discovery Channel)

From user ‘nyvin, “I rescued a blue yongue Lizard from the backyard pool, he was bloated and full of water. We moved him to a safe location, then after an hour he appeared to be fine, so we offered him some mince meat and he ate a few helpings. Released him back into the wild with a full belly!” (Rumble)

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    Of the San Diego Night Dragon

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    A lizard rests on a rock at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

    Visitors to the San Deigo Zoo can now get a look at the rare night lizard. (San Diego News 8 Screen Capture)

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      Of the Regenerating DNA AMPK Dragon

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      SS: i have talked about this before that DNA can be healed and it can also be turned on. a doctor is not required to heal or develop DNA.  a person can evolve themselves without any doctors help or permission from anyone all on their own if they know how to do it. this means it doesn’t matter if something might harm DNA because a person can heal DNA. i am not going to reveal how this is done in this blog today but i can say that if the gene exists then it can be turned on.  these scientists have proven what i have been saying that if a person develops their DNA then they will start to age much slower and be less suspectable to diseases. during the process of healing DNA that i am aware has multiple other positive things such as the process will also recycle all the blood cells in the human body completely renewing the bodies immune system in just 48 to 72 hours.

      SS: 12-11-2014 UPDATE: humans have DNA that is not activated .. this DNA can be activated and there is DNA that regenerates cells. DNA can be healed as well. This means if your DNA is damaged by (for example) being exposed to radiation fallout and bio-accumulation of radiation in the body that the DNA can be healed and will heal itself as well as regenerate the cells in the body. When higher DNA is activated it causes the body to produce certain proteins in the body that cause cell regeneration.

      SS: through meditation techniques we can grow grey matter and (some extremist aren’t going to like this) we can form many extra neuron connections in the brain. when all these things are combined then a person is evolving their DNA, their brain power, and cell regeneration. the reason i know so much about this is due to my youth because i was homeless at 15 i very rarely ate food in my youth. and to this day i will spend one or two weekends a month and sometimes longer not eating food. the longest i have fasted is ten days and i think i have done that two or three times in my life. i dont go that long anymore though. usually only two or three days . personally what i think is that to do things right one needs to have started early in life on the road of fasting and meditation. Aliester Crowley talks about fasting and meditation in many of his works so this is not anything new for the secret order. i am sure the CIA knows about all this what I am talking about too although i think the secret order takes it to way higher levels. I been doing it since i was 15 so i am used to it.

      Scientists say they can slow aging by activating a gene with a ‘remote9 September 2014 UCLA biologists says they can slow the aging process by activating a gene by ‘remote control.’ Scientists at the university’s Molecular Biology Institute published a paper this month that found activating a gene called AMPK in fruit fly cells increased the insects’ lifespans by about 30 percent and lived healthier lives. The treatment could one day be used to increase human lifespan and stave off disease by stimulating the gene in targeted organs or organ systems.

      Prolonged Fasting Reduces IGF-1/PKA to Promote Hematopoietic-Stem-Cell-Based Regeneration and Reverse Immunosuppression Immune system defects are at the center of aging and a range of diseases. Here, we show that prolonged fasting reduces circulating IGF-1 levels and PKA activity in various cell populations, leading to signal transduction changes in long-term hematopoietic stem cells (LT-HSCs) and niche cells that promote stress resistance, self-renewal, and lineage-balanced regeneration. 

      Fasting triggers stem cell regeneration of damaged, old immune system In both mice and a Phase 1 human clinical trial involving patients receiving chemotherapy, long periods of not eating significantly lowered white blood cell counts. In mice, fasting cycles then “flipped a regenerative switch,” changing the signaling pathways for hematopoietic stem cells, which are responsible for the generation of blood and immune systems, the research showed.

      During each cycle of fasting, this depletion of white blood cells induces changes that trigger stem cell-based regeneration of new immune system cells. In particular, prolonged fasting reduced the enzyme PKA, an effect previously discovered by the Longo team to extend longevity in simple organisms and which has been linked in other research to the regulation of stem cell self-renewal and pluripotency — that is, the potential for one cell to develop into many different cell types. Prolonged fasting also lowered levels of IGF-1, a growth-factor hormone that Longo and others have linked to aging, tumor progression and cancer risk.

      Proof that meditation CAN grow your brain: In just eight weeks it can improve learning and memory 8 November 2014 Practising simple meditation techniques such as concentrating on your breathing helps build denser grey matter in parts of the brain associated with learning and memory, controlling emotions and compassion. Just eight weeks of meditation can produce structural changes large enough to be picked up by MRI scanners, American scientists have discovered.

      This lizard’s DNA might hold the key to regenerating human tissue (Engadget)

      ​One Codex wants to make searching DNA as easy as using Google (Science Photo Library – TEK IMAGE)

      A lab officer cuts a DNA fragment under UV light from an agarose gel for DNA sequencing as part of research to determine genetic mutation in a blood cancer patient, in Singapore, which prides itself as an advanced medical treatment and research hub, April 19, 2007. New research shows a sharp escalation in the weapons race against cancer, with several high-tech approaches long dreamed of but not possible or successful until now. At a weekend conference of more than 30,000 cancer specialists, scientists are reporting new tactics to spur the immune system to attack a broad range of cancers, new drugs that attack the disease while sparing healthy cells, and new ways to tell which patients will benefit from which drugs. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

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        Of the Cannes Film Festival How to Train Your Dragon

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        A figure of Toothless the Dragon character walks on the Croisette during a photocall for the film “How to Train Your Dragon 2″ at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 15, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman

        A giant puppet of the dragon Toothless, of How to Train Your Dragon 2, looks up from behind a barrier on a beach pier at the 67th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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          Of the Bearded Dragon Lizards

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          FILE – In this July 22, 2013 file photo, a teenager holds his bearded dragon lizard before a discussion about herpetology at a park in Columbia, S.C. In a report released Thursday, April 24, 2014 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, bearded dragons have joined the list of pets that can give you salmonella poisoning. In the last two years, 132 people in 31 states have been infected with a rare form of salmonella bacteria. (AP Photo/The State, Gerry Melendez)

          An eastern bearded dragon (pogona vitticeps) is photographed in the reptile zoo Serpo in Delft, the Netherlands November 16, 2005. A salmonella outbreak that has so far sickened 132 people in 31 states over the last two years has now been traced to a source — pet lizards called bearded dragons, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Michael Kooren/Reuters)

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            Of the Australian Blotched Blue-Tongue Dragons

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            Reptile keeper Julie Grizia holds an adult Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard at Wild Life Sydney Zoo in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. The zoo introduced 7 baby Blotched Blue-tongue Lizards into their exhibit today after the septuplets hatched two weeks ago at the zoo. The lizards are one of Australia’s friendly reptiles and can be found in cooler environments and high altitudes like the Blue Mountains, the Victorian High country and as far South as Tasmania. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)

            A mother Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard pokes her tongue out as she crawls over her 7 babies while on display for the first time at Wild Life Sydney Zoo in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. Blotched Blue-ongue Lizards are one of Australia’s friendly reptiles and can be found in cooler environments and high altitudes like the Blue Mountains, the Victorian High country and as far South as Tasmania. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)

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              Of the Flight How to Train Your Dragon

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              Actor Rarmian Newton is shown with the character Toothless from the stage production of Dreamworks “How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular” in this publicity photo released to Reuters on August 16, 2012. REUTERS/Lisa Tomasetti/Handout

              UGH! Why can’t people have dragons of their very own?! The sequel to everyone’s favorite fire-breathing friendly flick, How To Train Your Dragon 2, is soaring into theaters soon, just NOT soon enough!!! The first teaser trailer has arrived and the movie flies into theaters next summer. (WOCH Screen Grab)

              How To Train Your Dragon 2 (Trailer 1) (Internet Video Archive)

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                Of the Singapore Gateway Dragon Dance

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                Container ships are anchored at sea as they wait to berth at port terminals in Singapore October 28, 2013. Connected to more than 600 ports in some 120 countries, Singapore is one of the world’s busiest shipping hubs, and is often called the gateway to Asia. It plans to increase its total capacity dramatically as it competes with other massive ports in the region such as Shanghai, Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China and Busan in South Korea. Picture taken October 28, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE – Tags: MARITIME BUSINESS SOCIETY)

                The skyline of Singapore’s central business district is seen at dusk as operations continue at a PSA International port terminal in Singapore September 25, 2013. Connected to more than 600 ports in some 120 countries, Singapore is one of the world’s busiest shipping hubs, and is often called the gateway to Asia. It plans to increase its total capacity dramatically as it competes with other massive ports in the region such as Shanghai, Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China and Busan in South Korea. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE – Tags: MARITIME BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

                A crane operator unloads containers from a ship at a PSA International port terminal in Singapore September 27, 2013. Connected to more than 600 ports in some 120 countries, Singapore is one of the world’s busiest shipping hubs, and is often called the gateway to Asia. It plans to increase its total capacity dramatically as it competes with other massive ports in the region such as Shanghai, Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China and Busan in South Korea. Picture taken September 27, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE – Tags: MARITIME BUSINESS SOCIETY)

                Fireworks explode in the skyline of the city during Chinese New Year celebrations ahead of the new year at the Marina Bay in Singapore January 29, 2014. The Lunar New Year which falls on January 31 marks the year of the horse. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE – Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)

                Divers perform a dragon dance as they “bless” the shipwreck habitat of the S.E.A. Aquarium as part of the festive Chinese New Year celebrations in Sentosa, Singapore January 30, 2014. The Lunar New Year, which welcomes the year of the horse, falls on Friday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE – Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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                  Of the Singapore Earth Day Dragon

                  A combination photo shows the Marina Bay Sands hotel and the ArtScience Museum (R), before (top) and during Earth Hour in Singapore March 23, 2013. Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off the lights for an hour from 8.30 pm local time, is meant as a show of support for tougher actions to combat climate change. REUTERS/Natashia Lee (SINGAPORE – Tags: ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE TRAVEL)

                  The downtown Singapore skyline can be seen before (top) and after (below) the population of the city state observed Earth Hour on Saturday, March 23, 2013. Earth Hour Global is a worldwide event organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) encouraging households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about the need to take action on climate change. The event is designed to highlight the impact climate change is having on people and nature. Millions of people in more than 150 countries are expected to take part. Earth Hour 2013 is being held on March 23, 2013 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. during participants’ local time. (AP Images for WWF/Earth Hour Global)

                  People ride in darkness in a capsule of the Singapore Flyer as the lights are switched off for a whole hour on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Singapore. More than 100 buildings, locations and organizations in Singapore switched off their lights as part of the global Earth Hour initiative by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) along with other national monuments around the world. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

                  Members of a dragon dance troupe wait outside the Buddha Tooth Temple before a ceremony during the Lantern Festival in Singapore’s Chinatown district February 24, 2013. The festival which is also known as Yuan Xiao Jie is a Chinese festival celebrated on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar year. It also marks the end of the series of celebrations starting from the Chinese New Year. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE – Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

                  A dragon dance troupe goes round the Buddha Tooth Temple during a ceremony during the Lantern Festival in Singapore’s Chinatown district February 24, 2013. The festival which is also known as Yuan Xiao Jie is a Chinese festival celebrated on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar year. It also marks the end of the series of celebrations starting from the Chinese New Year. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE – Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)

                    Of the “King of the Five Continents” Dragon

                    A giant dragon is paraded through the crowd during the Carnival parade in Nice February 19, 2013. The 129th Carnival of Nice runs from February 15 to March 6 and will celebrate the “King of the five continents”. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE – Tags: SOCIETY)

                    A float with a giant dragon is paraded through the crowd during the Carnival parade in Nice February 19, 2013. The 129th Carnival of Nice runs from February 15 to March 6 and will celebrate the “King of the five continents”. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE – Tags: SOCIETY)

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