Aging – And Bio Identical Hormones

Suzanne Somers at age 65

Let’s face it, sooner or later all of us grow up and get older.
Men and women alike will drop in their production of natural hormones, and the result set in.

Yes, that is for both men and women…so keep reading.

Mood swings, depression, sleeplessness, loss of sex drive, increased body weight etc. are often times the signs of the changing times.

Artificial replacement hormone therapy was originally hailed as the great Savior. But with time and drastic increase in cancer cases, brought on in part by the hormone replacement therapies which commonly used patented, synthetic hormones, scared many women.
And rightly so.

HOWEVER, times have changed, and possibly to the dismay of the regular establishment, BIO IDENTICAL HORMONES have had a fabulous effect on stemming off the inevitable: Menopause. Keep reading »

10 Reasons why Dolphins are awesome

In my experimentation with Dolphins in the wild as well as with our boat Dolphin Watch in Key West Florida we have experienced all lot of amazing coincidences and events with Dolphins.

Our boat the PATTY C used to have a captain back in 1986, who lets his dog swim with the Dolphins. The dog would jump in the water, and the Dolphins would come around to swim with them.
This was filmed and could be seen on the TV Show ANIMAL PLANET!
Of course not only dogs intrigue Dolphins, but humans as well.

Here is a link to a great page with a lot of stories and short film clips about Dolphins in the wild in their amazing nature.


Can Our DNA Electromagnetically ‘Teleport’ Itself?

Many people only know me (Ilona Selke only  through the books that I’ve written about Dolphins and the nature of the Holographic Universe and our Soul’s Evolution.
The other part of my life has been the work with the SE-5, which Don Paris Ph.D., my husband and I discovered in 1987.
RADIONICS has been around for over 100 years, and probably has been in use since time immemorial in less technological ways.
In the last 100 years, our scientific minded world has re-discovered that matter can be affected at a distance with informational fields.The experiment with the seeds in the above image were done with the SE-5.
Seeds from the same package were planted in different rows, exposed to the same amount of water and sunlight for 28 days.
THE ONLY DIFFERENCE was that the bottom row had been impregnated with informational fields, to activate greater germination, yield and strength.
YES, you read that right, IMPREGNATED with INFORMATION ONLY! No transference of chemicals, nothing.In the below article about the teleportation of DNA you will read about experiments published in a recent publication, which gives some further understanding to the understanding that informational fields indeed have PHYSICAL EFFECTS on MATTER.
Of course, not only on matter but all kinds of levels of realities.PRAYER in effect or any shamanic healing, is based on the same principle and has been used for as long as human exist.

However with the advent of science and technology, our current a modern shamans have developed a way of interfacing with matter and consciousness through instrumentation.

You can read more about it on our website:

Can Our DNA Electromagnetically ‘Teleport’ Itself?
You can read the below article also at this website:
DNA Teleportation Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier describes a phenomenon in which DNA emits electromagnetic signals of its own construction, “ghost DNA” that can be mistaken by enzymes as the real deal and replicated in another place. Essentially, it’s DNA teleportation. Montagnier, et al.

A Nobel prize winning scientist who shared the 2008 prize for medicine for his role in establishing the link between HIV and AIDS has stirred up a good deal of both interest and skepticism with his latest experimental results, which more or less show that DNA can teleport itself to distant cells via electromagnetic signals. If his results prove correct, they would shake up the foundations upon which modern chemistry rests. But plenty of Montagnier’s peers are far from convinced.

The full details of Montagnier’s experiments are not yet known, as his paper has not yet been accepted for publication. But he and his research partners have made a summary of his findings available. Essentially, they took two test tubes – one containing a fragment of DNA about 100 bases long, another containing pure water – and isolated them in a chamber that muted the earth’s natural electromagnetic field to keep it from muddying the results. The test tubes were housed within a copper coil emanating a weak electromagnetic field.

Several hours later, the contents of both test tubes were put through polymerase chain reactions to identify any remnants of DNA – a process that subjected the contents to enzymes that would make copies of any DNA fragments they found. According to Montagnier, the DNA was recovered from both tubes even though the second should have only contained water.


Montagnier and his team say this suggests DNA emits its own electromagnetic signals that imprint the DNA’s structure on other molecules (like water). Ostensibly this means DNA can project itself from one cell to the next, where copies could be made – something like quantum teleportation of genetic material, a notion that is spooky on multiple levels.


Naturally, there is plenty of skepticism to go around regarding these findings, ranging from outright dismissal to measured doubt. Indeed, it’s a pretty radical notion: DNA replicating itself through “ghost imprints” rather than the usual cellular processes. More details will emerge when the paper is published in a peer-reviewed journal, as it is likely to be. The findings will then have to be repeated in multiple independent studies to be considered valid, something that will take some time. In the meantime, expect these findings to draw equal parts intrigue and skeptical scrutiny.







BLACKFISH: Q+A with the neuroscientist about Cetaceans





Two weeks ago, I saw ‘Blackfish’, the fascinating new documentary about killer whales in captivity. Here’s the trailer.

I enjoyed the movie, but it left me with questions. A lot of questions. Neuroscience questions. What makes whales different from other animals? How do whales perceive humans? What did the filmmakers mean when they said that killer whales have a wide range of emotions? How smart are these animals, really?

So I called up Lori Marino, a neuroscientist prominently featured in ‘Blackfish’, and asked her to satiate my curiosity.

What are some characteristics that set killer whale brains apart from human brains? In ‘Blackfish’, you and the other scientists mention that a particular area of the orca brain is enlarged.

If you look at the limbic system — the emotion-processing area in all mammal brains — you find something really interesting. There’s some parts of the limbic system of dolphins and whales that have changed and actually gotten smaller, but there are other parts of it that are adjacent areas that are much larger and more elaborate than in the human brain. That area is called the paralimbic region.

So they have like an extra lobe of tissue that sort of sits adjacent to their limbic system and their neocortex. And, you know, you can infer from that. That lobe has something to do with processing emotions, but also something to do with thinking. It’s very highly elaborated in most cetaceans and not at all or not nearly as much in humans or other mammals, so it suggests that there’s something that evolved or adapted in that brain over time that did not occur in other mammals, including humans.

In the movie, this is said to be a sign of a range of emotions that possibly outranks that of humans.






Are You Left or Right Brain Predominant?

I recently found this great test for you to see if you are right brain dominant or left brain dominant.

Our ability to function either more intuitively, being poetic in our expression, artistic,  appreciating shape, being sensitive to internal processes etc. is not necessarily valued as highly as is our left brain thinking, our logical, analytical mind in our western civilization, which is the reason our left brain is trained in schools and universities.

HOWEVER the flexibility to have access to both ways of processing information can allow you to step out “of the picture”, to get insights and solution that are greater than any part of your brain alone would find.

Here is a fabulous test for you to see which part of your brain is dominant, and you can actually use this image to train both parts of your brain, and to be able to switch between both activities at will.

Here is the link: BRAIN TEST


Simple Steps to Happiness – Interview with Ilona Selke


Discover The Secrets to Happiness: 21 Amazing Experts Share Simple Ways of How to be Happy Now!

This interview is with the delightful Ilona Selke.

This interview is outstanding. You will truly understand how to shift your feelings from negative to positive. You can apply this to feeling happy, finding your soul mate, manifesting money (really!), or anything your heart desires. Learn from this amazing lady how you create your inner world first and then you create the outer one! Keep reading »

Dolphins gain unprecedented protection in India

Indian officials say it is morally unacceptable to exploit cetaceans in commercial entertainment

India has officially recognized dolphins as non-human persons, whose rights to life and liberty must be respected. Dolphin parks that were being built across the country will instead be shut down. Keep reading »

Dolphins ‘call each other by name’

By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC World Service

The research sheds new light on the intelligence of dolphins …Continue reading the main story

Scientists have found further evidence that dolphins call each other by “name”.

Research has revealed that the marine mammals use a unique whistle to identify each other.

A team from the University of St Andrews in Scotland found that when the animals hear their own call played back to them, they respond.

The study is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Keep reading »

Being an artist – what it means to me


This was written in July 2013 for  THE SOUL OF THE AMERICAN ACTOR

An online publication dedicated to the art of creativity and living life to your fullest!

 There are many secrets to life. Being artistic and creative allows us to tap into the unseen powers of the universe. As artists of any kind we tap into a way of being that allows us to reach outside of the confines of the three-dimensional world. Artists somehow know how to shift their perceptions, their way of feeling inside of their body, and adapt a wavelike sensation inside of them to tap into that other inspirational world.

This shift in perception can be felt as an internal vibrancy, becoming more present in oneself as a current that is invisible, rising, pulsating, connecting us to a larger greater field of What – Is.

When people ask me when I started getting in touch with wanting to be artistic in a more formal sense, and when I started opening to that OTHER way of being, and when it was that I started being in touch with an invisible current, I have to answer that it came to me in stages. Keep reading »

Our universe is a grand simulation



There’s a lot of buzz in the news about a new scientific study that statistically supports the idea that our known universe is actually a grand computer simulation. This is mainstream science, and the idea isn’t a whacky as you might first suppose. I’ve actually written about this several times in articles about consciousness and the nature of reality. This news, by the way, also supports the idea of a Creator who brought this universe — and everything in it — into existence by design. Keep reading »

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