III/3 – Why and how material life is created and how it is controlled

III/3 – Why and how material life is created and how it is controlled

In the last contribution we notified that in the next part we would try to describe forming of inorganic atomic matter into groups of living organisms. Let’s revise that the basis of living matter formation are impulses from Immaterial programme of species which start to come out of the “sac” at the moment when the male cell joins with the female cell. However, it is conditioned with presence of a certain section of Immaterial Energy which is the main transmitter of Immaterial Information for matter formation. The transmitter of the Immaterial programme is always the male cell. Below we will refer to the female cell as ovum and the male cell as the sperm. Starting from a certain level of complexity (multicell organisms), both these forms are created in the bodies of adults capable of reproduction. The individual categories will be specified below, now we will try to describe the living matter formation in general.


Penetration of a sperm carrying the Immaterial programme into an ovum commences formation of a new organism. As it has been specified, a “sac” opens and releases impulses for matter formation according to the programme, a unit of matter with its own system independent of the external environment (the material body) starts to be formed. From the very beginning of this process, it includes creation of both the material organism and the Immaterial one – the Immaterial energy body which penetrates the material one. Like the physical body, the Immaterial body also has its organs the layout of which differs depending on the Immaterial Energy received from the external environment. Below we will try to describe the individual types. Basically, it is a system arranged in such a way so that every cell of the physical body could receive Immaterial Energy (without which it could not exist) and discharge it after being used. All this Immaterial set-up is covered with the “skin” – formed Immaterial Substance for protection of the internal environment of the Immaterial body. In esotericism it is called aura. But let’s return to matter. The extent of this article does not allow us to describe the process of transfer of Immaterial Information (the impulse from the “sac”) into matter in detail, step by step. Therefore, we have to accept the fact that the Immaterial impulse is allowed to enter the Immaterial centre (the energy node – the “third eye” chakra”) where it attracts the corresponding section of Immaterial energy that initiates the corresponding part in the material programme – DNA.


What is DNA? Deoxyribonucleic acid is a formation of matter which carries genetic information of all the living organisms except some non-cellular organisms (e.g. viruses). DNA is therefore a formation of atomic matter the structure of which contains encoded information required for the predetermined development and properties of a whole living organism. In plants and animals, DNA is situated mainly inside the cell nucleus, in non-cellular structures, DNA is present freely in the cytoplasm (the liquid filling of a cell). DNA is a biological macromolecule – a polymer (a chain structure of its molecules, i.e. a long line of mutually connected atoms or groups of atoms) in the form of a chain (a double helix).


The information function belongs to the struts of the double helix ladder (bases) which according to their characteristic arrangement the science calls adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C) and thymine (T). Adenine and guanine are ranked by science among purines (nitrogenous heterocyclic compounds) and cytosine and thymine among pyrimidines (heterocyclic organic compounds similar to benzene). These specialist terms are derived by materialistic science from the chemical nomenclature for lifeless atomic matter formations. However, the same formations of living matter are penetrated with a different composition of Immaterial Energy, therefore they have different properties, only a similar composition of the observed matter. As you can see in the figure below, the DNA “rungs” are formed from the atomic matter of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) with the support of nitrogen (N). It does not show phosphorus (P) which ensures flexibility of the helix threads. Two DNA threads are connected and create a double helix but each of them is turning the other way (they are anti-parallel). They are also other ways of the arrangement of the chains defying the traditional idea of the double helix. It depends on the complexity of the Immaterial programme of species. Deoxyribonucleic acid is in the centre of attention of scientists, and not only biologists. They have developed techniques of its isolation, separation, dying, sequencing, artificial synthesis and manipulation by means of genetic engineering. All these procedures are important for doctors, criminologists or evolution biologist. Nowadays, DNA is crucial for diagnostics of illnesses, paternity testing and other scientific areas, e.g. modification of plant properties or searching for kinship among living organisms. By means of more and more advanced technology, science uses this fact without knowing why the same DNA formation has different manifestation parameters and effects on the properties of matter.


What causes that the same atomic matter formations create so different species of fauna and flora? There is a simple explanation if we know the real nature of living matter. DNA sequences which seem the same in the material way have various thickening of atomic matter particles and therefore they insert the corresponding different properties into matter. Let’s remind what is thickening of matter. It is not the spatial layout of particles, but a force sector of an Immaterial Energy beam hidden in them. It means that atomic particles contain various force sectors of Immaterial Energy beams, therefore the Information of the impulses of the Immaterial programme of species transferred by the relevant sector of Immaterial Energy insert various properties in the seemingly same matter formation. It is the shortest description of the process of living matter formation from lifeless atomic matter.


It is due to the very core of life which is enabled thanks to the unique arrangement of enlivening Immaterial vital Energy with completely different properties than the arrangement of the inserted Information (properties) for lifeless matter. In both cases, however, the Immaterial Energy section used is connected with the matter thickening, which is the connecting link for selectivity and uniqueness of the Immaterial information transferred into matter.


The significant difference of the arrangement of Immaterial vital Energy inserted in living organisms is the reason why life, its creation and regulation of its progress in God’s System is left solely to the capabilities of the Creator, i.e. beyond the possibilities of human beings and any science. It is also the reason why the current relatively advanced material technology is in contract with the bare fact that it is not possible to synthetize materially even the simplest living microorganism, as this arises from the nature of life and purpose of humans in the Universe.


A result of the subsequent process of transfer of Information through RNA freely moving in cells is creation of amino acids – the basic building blocks of living organisms.


What is RNA? According to the functionally inadequate chemical nomenclature, it means ribonucleic acid, a thread-like structure formed from ribonucleotides containing sugar, ribose monosaccharide and nucleic bases – adenine, guanine, cytosine and uracil (heterocyclic atomic formation derived from pyrimidine). It is responsible for transfer of information from the level of nucleic acids to proteins and in some viruses it is even the carrier of the actual genetic information. In their primary structure, DNA and RNA differ by the fact that RNA uses uracil instead of thymine for the same functions. While DNA creates a stable double helix in which the individual threads are antiparallel, RNA creates individual chains. The function of DNA is to maintain the genetic information, RNA is a functional molecule intended for “getting the information in motion”. RNA is also much less stable than DNA which must last in cells during their whole time of existence. The ribose reactivity causes that an RNA molecule may act in many spatial arrangements and perform more functions than DNA which is used by the cell mainly as the genetic information storage. RNA has many functions in the body and the main one is translation of the genetic code, i.e. the transfer of the Information from DNA into the structure of proteins comprising of the chains of amino acids. The chains of amino acids are part of proteins and peptides, i.e. structural proteins, enzymes and many hormones. It is not the only their function, they are needed as donors of carbon chains for the synthesis of porphyrins (organic, cyclic compounds), purines (nitrogenous heterocyclic compounds) or pyrimidines (heterocyclic organic compound similar to benzene) and it takes a direct part in the synthesis of urea. All this can be observed and described by the current science but the interpretation of the course of these processes without knowing and recognising Immatter is misleading. Science currently describes more than 300 amino acids occurring in living mater. An amino acid is any atomic formation that contains two functional groups – an amine one (-NH2) and a carboxyl one (-COOH).

General structure of alpha-amino acids

Greek letter α means that the main functional groups are bound to α-carbon to which also one hydrogen atom and a side chain of the amino acid is bound (in the figure it is marked with letter R).


Apart from a few exceptions, all proteins in all living organisms comprise of 23 types of amino acids. They are usually called biogenic or proteinogenic amino acids. For materialistic science, the amino acid of proline has an unusual structure. Its -NH2 group is cycled on α-carbon (the nitrogen atom is double bonded to the carbon atom) with a side chain, and therefore it contains a secondary amine. The simplest from the 23 proteinogenic amino acids is glycine. As the only biogenic amino acid, it is not optically active, i.e. it is not possible to differentiate the rotation of its chain (dextrorotation or levorotation). The amino acids of selenocysteine and pyrrolysine occur very rarely and they somehow defy the scientific categorisation, like the amino acid of N-formylmethionine, which is only find in bacteria. Therefore only 23 atomic matter formations from all the formations considered amino acids are the basis for living matter formation. All the other observed formations included among amino acids are only various stages of their operation in the process of living matter functioning. Science calls them biogenic or proteinogenic amino acids and this term is understood as including also alpha amino acids, i.e. amino acids in which both groups are bonded to the same carbon atom. They are the basic construction units of all proteins. The types of amino acids, their sequence and spatial structure that gives proteins their biological properties are specified below for illustration of their atomic formation.

Biogenic amino acids

Glycin Glycine
Alanin Alanine
Valin Valine
Leucin Leucine
Isoleucin Isoleucine
Kyselina aspartová Aspartic acid
Asparagin Asparagine
Kyselina glutamová Glutamic acid


Glutamin Glutamine
Arginin Arginine
Lysin Lysine
Histidin Histidine
Fenylalanin Phenylalanine
Serin Serine
Threonin Threonine
Tyrosin Tyrosine



The above specified shows that what can be observed and described in the material way by materialistic science is documented and named in great details. The more and more advanced technology enables to examine the nano-environment of human existence, i.e. not only living matter itself but by means of it there is more and more information about the construction of matter. However, the most significant is missing – knowing why it is so and what causes all the process states of matter. It proves the above-mentioned inability of science to synthesize the simplest living organisms while its material technology based on the properties of lifeless matter is relatively advanced. The mass media sometimes inform about successful attempts to work with matter in this way but when we look at it more closely, we can see that it was again based only on “living” matter.

In the next part of the cycle we will try to explain why materialistic science cannot create material formations with the properties characteristic for life. We will also try to explain how living matter receives Immaterial Energy for its existence, how living matter is influenced by the individual qualities of flowing Immaterial Energy connected with the position of the Sun and the Moon in the Zodiac and other manifestations of how the properties of living matter are influenced by Immatter.