Part two of Genetic Code…The Blood.

I am adding a part two to the previous Genetic Code post. I have done a lot of research on the topic of the Arc of the Covenant. I believe Ron Wyatt’s account of his search for the Arc is true. I also believe the Arc was taken away in the days of Jeremiah the prophet before the destruction of the first Temple. I say all this because people are by nature very skeptical, especially about historical Biblical artifacts.

There is a lot that can be said about this very interesting topic which covers so many Biblical mysteries. I am posting a letter from a man who interviewed Ron Wyatt prior to his death. This letter covers the chromosome aspect of Jesus Christs blood. A very interesting subject which i believe will light some interest in the Genetic Code.

I will post some links for all who may be curious about this topic.

A Scientist Analyzes Mr. Wyatt’s Chromosome Theory

Dr. Eugene Dunkley, Geneticist
August 1999, England

 In regards to the statements made by Ron Wyatt and his chromosomal analysis: I do not believe that any of Ron’s findings or conclusions will effect the Seventh Day Adventists or their faith. I don’t believe that he had a crusade against the denomination or any denomination for that matter.

Re his findings-you must remember that Ron was NOT a scientist, he was an anesthetist. This is not to excuse mistakes in his details, but to understand more accurately where he was coming from.   I sat with Ron and Derek at D’s house in Oxford and Ron explained to me what was done. I filled in the details in my own mind, knowing that there were holes in what he said, but not done to deceive, just a lack of knowledge.

Karyotypes are performed all the time. It is a technique in which the chromosomes are arrested in metaphase by a drug and then stained with either Giemsa or a reverse stain, and then in this stage are separated and counted and characterized. There is also a banding pattern associated with each chromosome pair so that identification of the chromosome is unmistakable.  White blood cells are the only blood cells that can be used for such an “experiment”. Russell’s criticism is inaccurate because he omitted what would have had to happen for the experiment to take place. First, the blood sample was scrapped from the altar. The cells were resuspended in PBS (a buffer), which allowed the cells to re-hydrate.  Then, the cells were cultured. Only cells with DNA would be able to grow in culture, so there is no need to “separate” red blood cells, platelets, etc., because they simply wouldn’t be present in a freshly growing culture. These cells were simply white blood cells in culture (a routine procedure).  Next, the cells (or some of them) would be taken, arrested when the cells were in metaphase (when the chromosome condense and are visible by microscopy) and stained. Some of the stains allow light microscopy,  but others allow fluorescent microscopy. I imagine that Ron didn’t  know one type of microcope from another; he could use an electron microscope to see the chromosomes, but certainly not to count them or characterize them. However, that would not detract from the finding.  The karyotype would have been made, and the chromosomes placed in their proper pairs.

Ron was convinced that the blood of the altar was in fact the divine blood of Jesus because the chromosome count was 24.  If Jesus was ONLY human we would expect 46. In fact, if he found 46 chromosomes I would have my doubts because the argument would be that it was simply the blood of a human being (except of course that the white blood cells were re-vitalized after almost 2000 years….).  The blood is alive!  Russell is wrong about the frequency of chromosomal diseases in humans: a number of conditions involving either 47 or 45 chromosomes have been well characterized, besides Turner’s, such as Klinefelters, Down’s syndrome, Pateau’s syndrome, Cri-de-Chat syndrome, XYY, XXY, etc. and in fact there was a case in which a young man was found alive with only 24 chromosomes.

You must remember that Ron’s inaccuracies in describing this finding are due to the fact that he did not personally do the experiments or prepare the cells, because it is not his field of expertise. He simply got the data and presented it with the understanding that he had. Russell may be correct about other aspects of the research (I am not an archaeologist), but he himself is not accurate about the cells and the chromosomes, and his critique suggests that he is being subjective.

Of course, I only have the description of what Ron said to me, so I too have no hard data. However, if there is a need to explain this data I would be happy to do so in defense of the findings. In fact, there are several more experiments that could be done to further prove what Ron stated. However, I do not believe that they would be necessary, and in fact would cause a few problems (especially in this age of cloning, one would conceivably want to clone the divine chromosome and modify themselves). I do remember that Ron was reluctant to say anything about the finding, but he felt moved during his talk at our church, having met with me earlier, to say what he had found. He knew that I would have some knowledge of the field, and if in fact he thought it was dodgy he would NOT have said anything because he knew that I would be one of the few people able to pick it apart. He said it in his sermon knowing that I would understand it, and I feel to this day that God moved on him to do so that the finding would be spoken of and would stand the test. This convinces me that Ron is right….

this page courtesy      Here is a link to this article:

In-depth story of Mr. Wyatt and the dig for the Ark

The Blood And The Water Which Came From Christ

The Four Angels And The Ark Of The Covenant

Transcript Of A Talk By Ron Wyatt   April 6, 1996

Transcript Of A Ron Wyatt Talk 1-9-99

An Analysis From a Geneticist of Mr. Wyatt’s Description of Christ’s Blood

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Chris
    Jan 08, 2014 @ 23:38:08

    This is a very interesting follow up, Manny.

    I saw the video post but haven’t had the time to view it yet. This second post has heightened my curiosity. I will try and find the time to watch the video..

    God’s blessings my friend…


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