Science as a subset of Consciousness
Brother David Steindl-Rast, Benedictine monk and author, said: “Sometimes people get the mistaken notion that spirituality is a separate department of life, the penthouse of existence. But rightly understood, it is a vital awareness that pervades all realms of our being.” 
Humanity is gradually awakening to the understanding that we create our own reality through the projections of our consciousness perceptions and that our limited, dualistic consciousness is a subset of a much larger, all-encompassing spiritual Consciousness incorporating Divine Consciousness. Through Dr Hurtak’s experience with Enoch and Metatron, we have been given the 64 Keys of Light to widen our understanding of the world (not to narrow it), thereby helping us to evolve our consciousness into the reality of true multidimensionality.
The world of science, which has demonstrated both humanity’s inherent creativity and problem-solving capacity, as well as our limitation and dualism, forms a large part of our global consciousness and, as such, perhaps we need to consider how global consciousness affects the ethics (or lack thereof) of the scientific environment. When science is practised solely for science’s sake or to further a singular worldview without higher consciousness or compassion, it leads to the dilemma highlighted, for example, in the film Oppenheimer, which is about the top-secret Manhattan Project and the first decision to use nuclear weapons. This demonstration of our willingness to use science and technology to destroy life is in clear opposition to our spiritual mission to be the Light and to raise consciousness.
Likewise, Keys 202 and 203 tell us to beware of attempts to change our DNA code. Fortunately, new research with stem cells is using the codes that exist within our cellular structure— our original Divine Coding. Recent research breakthroughs from work with stem cells, thus, hold great promise for humanity and appear to positively and directly guide this new science from the very foundation of our own being.
In our September 2022 letter, we spoke of the conversion of skin cells into pluripotent stem cells by activating the cell’s own genes. However, there is within these cells a “lingering epigenetic memory” of their original state and potential abnormalities. In a paper published in August 2023 in Nature, Australian scientists led by Professor Ryan Lister from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and The University of Western Australia and Professor Jose M. Polo from Monash University and the University of Adelaide, have shown the successful use of a method called “transient-naïve-treatment (TNT) [that] mimics the normal reprogramming process in early embryonic development to essentially wipe a cell’s memory, making these cells more similar to embryonic stem (ES) cells both molecularly and functionally.” This has the potential to revolutionise regenerative medicine while also advancing the study of epigenetic memory.
Of further interest in this field is the 3D printing of human tissue to create organs. Teams of bioengineers and biomedical students from the University of Sydney and Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) at Westmead developed an architectural system from stem cell to organ. The teams were led by Professor Hala Zreiqat and Dr Peter Newman (University of Sydney’s School of Biomedical Engineering) and developmental biologist Professor Patrick Tam leading the CMRI’s Embryology Research Unit. Through bioengineering methods and cell culture, they were able to instruct blood or skin stem cells to specialize and form an organ-like structure.
Historically, parts from animals have often been used for organ transplants into humans and can cause zoonosis, and furthermore, transplants from human donors may result in many complications, immunosuppression and often organ rejection. Now, with these new advances, recipients theoretically are able to have tissue and organs derived from their own stem cells which would make rejection a thing of the past and do away with the need to introduce animal tissue into our bodies of higher coding.
In the light of these findings that are both ethical and of benefit to humanity, we look forward to seeing greater evidence of a raising of consciousness in all areas of scientific research and the coming of the Metatronic Sciences that will incorporate higher consciousness thinking and eliminate potential pitfalls ‒ but what are Metatronic Sciences? According to Dr J. J. Hurtak, they are “[t]he disciplines to create and completely restore life systems of creation in the outer universe as outlined in The Keys of Enoch®”.
The cells in our body work for us, whether we are sleeping or doing nothing. Yes, it’s true that we all develop from single cells, formed by the fusion of an egg and sperm and each contributes its genetic information to the developing human body which grows into a complex system of cells. Yet these codes within us have continued mainly unaffected for thousands of years and a science guided by consciousness will recognise this and work with the Eternal Codes of our creation.
With this we acknowledge our Divine Connection to the Codes of Light-Life that have created us and we say Homo Divinus (Divine Humanity) as we behold ourselves not just in bodies of flesh but also in bodies of Divine Light.
With Love and Blessings,
Alys and Trish
 Br Steindl-Rast, D and Lebell, S. 1998/2022. Music of Silence: A Sacred Journey through the Hours of the Day. Ulysses Press
 Hurtak, J.J. 1976. The Keys of Enoch. Academy For Future Science
 Zooonosis is the transfer of an infectious agent from donor to recipient.
 Hurtak, J.J. 1976. The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch. Academy For Future Science. Glossary