The Biology of Belief is a groundbreaking work in the field of New Biology. Author Dr. Bruce Lipton is a former medical school professor and research scientist. His experiments, and those of other leading-edge scientists, have examined in great detail the processes by which cells receive information. The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. Dr. Lipton’s profoundly hopeful synthesis of the latest and best research in cell biology and quantum physics is being hailed as a major breakthrough showing that our bodies can be changed as we retrain our thinking.
“The Island of Dr. Moreau begins with three men afloat aboard a dingy after the sinking of the Lady Vain. Two struggle and fall overboard in the throes of madness leaving only the narrator, Edward Prendick. Nearly dead when found, he is picked up by the captain and crew of the vessel Ipecacuanha. Prendick, a doctor, is then nursed to health by Mr. Montgomery, who is a passenger aboard the ship, accompanied by a strange looking black-faced man and a menagerie of animals. When Montgomery is ready to disembark at a mysterious and nameless island, the captain and crew want Prendick off the ship as well.He is not wanted on shore nor on board the boat. Prendick is cast adrift in the dingy he was found in before being pitied by Montgomery and his crew, who then tow him to the island. He is fascinated by the ugliness of the men assisting with the supplies and animals. They are wrapped in cloth over every inch of their bodies save for their faces. Their torsos are disproportionately long, legs bones queerly twisted, and faces are comprised of ghastly and misshaped features. At last they reach land and Prendick is told he is at a biological station but is not introduced to the large white haired “biologist” who speaks to him. Montgomery warns him to watch where he goes and is shown around the walled compound. He hears the name Moreau and struggles to recall how he knows it.Soon he remembers Moreau as a notorious vivisectionist run out of London many years prior and is curious about the goings on at the compound. He leaves his room due to the unending wails of the tortured puma in the next room and explores the surrounding forest. He is tracked by something or someone as he wanders, then sees a mutilated rabbit and a small group of further inhuman-looking humans. He meets the unique animal-turned human population: the Leopard Man, the Hyena-Swine, the Swine Folk, the Ape Man, Bull Men, Horse-Rhinoceros, Wolf-Bear, Ocelot Man, Dog Man and the Monkey Man. He learns of the Law and the House of Pain that are used to keep the beast people fearful and subjugated. The remainder of his time on the island is spent fleeing from Dr. Moreau and the beast people that he is creating and setting loose upon the island. ” (non illustrated)