Future of Biology



“Outside the body and in my cell structures, human cells live independently like free-living amoebas. Single cells are intelligent organisms and most cells have every functional system that is found in a human body. For example, cells have digestive, respiratory, nervous, reproductive, musculoskeletal, excretory and even immune systems. Cells are functionally equivalent to miniature human bodies and they are intelligent and capable of surviving on their own.

When the population of the cells in the culture dish reach a certain density, cells inherently strive to form harmonious communities. The cells spontaneously form cooperative colonies that inevitably create complex tissue structures. When living in isolation, every cell interprets and responds to environmental conditions by using its own innate intelligence. However, when cells assemble into community, they no longer behave as independent citizens. In community, cells defer from initiating behaviours based on their personal, environmental perception and rely on the collective awareness of the group to guide their lives. In functioning as a coherent community, cells acknowledge and respond to the group’s collective wisdom, which I refer to as the organism’s ‘central voice’. The perceptions and judgements of the central voice control the behaviour and genetic expression of cells in the communal organism.

The insights offered by my cultured cells radically transformed my awareness of the nature of life. My research led me far outside the box of conventional science and into a ‘new-edge’ science, based on fractal geometry, quantum physics and the new science of epigenetics, sciences that deal with invisible energy forces, information fields and the power of the mind in controlling life.

As emphasised in my book, Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future co-authored with Steve Bhaerman, I had come to realise that humans are the equivalent of ‘cells’ in an ever evolving, larger super-organism, humanity. However, the evolving ‘body’ of humanity is currently suffering from an autoimmune (self-destructive) disease, in which its cells are attacking one another. Civilisation’s current, misplaced beliefs about who we are and why we are here are so toxic that they’re destroying the human ‘cells’ that comprise humanity. Interestingly, most human illness today also represent variations of autoimmune disease and are an apparent physiologic reverberation of the dysfunctional patterns currently influencing civilisation. A healing opportunity is upon us and it is dependent on civilisation coming to the realisation that every human ‘cell’ is as important to humanity’s survival as is every cell in our own body.”

Bruce H. Lipton, Cellular Biologist