Morley Martin Biogenesis
Spontaneous Generation see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spontaneous_generation
Biogenesis see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biogenesis
Abiogenesis see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenesis
and the Experiments of Dr. Charles W. Littlefield & Wilhelm Reich
rexresearch.com: To the great consternation of the scientific world, Morley Martin succeeded in creating organic life forms in inert Precambrian azoic rock! He proved that there is no death, only latency, and that life is not special to this planet but is a spontaneous universal phenomenon. Dr. Littlefield demonstrated life-forming activity in the mineral realm, with life actually emerging from ‘dead’ rock! While crystallizing inorganic substances, he described many organic forms imprinted into ‘inert’ substances. Includes documentation on Andrew Crosse’s extraordinary experiments where spider-like insects were created from ‘inert’ volcanic pumice, after being treated with galvanic currents. Learn of Dr. Wilhelm Reich’s ground-breaking bion experiments — the creation of living, pulsating energy from heat-sterilized substances! Also contains a brief description of disease diagnosis through crystallized blood spots.
Theosophical Path Magazine
Vol. 44, #4 Page 468 ( April 1935 )
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The Morley Martin Experiments
Biologist-geologist [writer] Ivan T. Sanderson was among the scientists interested in ufology who believe that before we seek to understand extraterrestrial life, we should try and better understand terrestrial life. That modern science is woefully derelict in this sphere, is evident from the incident he cites on page 99 of Uninvited Visitors:
“A scientist in Germany was assigned after World War II to make certain surveys of the deep salt mines in Bavaria, where the Nazis had stashed art and other treasures that they had plundered from museums and collections all over Europe. This man, a biologist in its widest sense, happened to become interested in the salt itself, which was laid down under some overwarm sea about 200 million years ago. He took samples and analyzed them, and one of the things that startled him was that living things turned up in the resultant solutions. Naturally, he assumed that these were the product of contamination during the taking of the samples, or later in his laboratory, since all air is choked with such living things as spores and bacteria.
“However, he refined his techniques with every conceivable precaution, and still the living things appeared, until finally he was forced to the conclusion that they were resuscitated generations of creatures that had lived in the ancient sea and become fossilized along with the salt, to rest for millions of years before being ‘brought back to life.’ This bizarre experiment was subsequently tested by others, starting from scratch and using both their own and the original methods. Always the same answer.”
Uninvited Visitors Ivan T. Sanderson
Limestone and subterranean salt, oil, coal and slate deposits are all produced out of living processes. Then why not the totality of the matter of which the earth itself consists? To the objection that azoic rocks have never been found to contain fossils, there is the work of British biochemist Morley Martin as an answer. Under conditions of total sterility he proved in the 1930s that animal forms exist in and can be awakened from azoic rocks. Such devastating findings wreak havoc upon the neurotic security of those whose whole world conception rests upon the opposite. Like Steiner, Reich, Drown, Abrams, Velikovsky and other genuine scientists, Morley Martin has been the victim of obscurantism.
Recognizing the epoch-making nature of Morley Martin’s discoveries, the late Meade Layne compiled an introductory brochure on the English biochemist’s work, and published it in July 1950 under the imprimatur of Borderland Sciences Research Association. It was entitled The Morley Martin Experiments and the Experiments of Dr. Charles w. Littlefield.
Morley Martin, by a series of manipulations in total sterility, caused to emerge in microscopic miniature, vertebrate forms such as we know, together with others which no longer exist. Morley Martin’s vigorous condensations and chemical transmutations reproduced these creatures, in his own words, “in the way they probably came out from the fire-mist or the gas of our nebula.” Under the microscope, trusted witnesses reported seeing vertebrates take shape within the protoplasm, with the outlines of limbs and claws following, then the heads and eyes. One crustacean developed its legs and then walked off the field of the microscope.
When Morley Martin died in 1938, he had published only one small brochure, The Reincarnation of Animal and Plant Life from Protoplasm Isolated from the Mineral Kingdom, which appeared in 1934. Renown awaits the enterprising young biochemist who treads this same pathway today, for the lesson of all such work as Morley Martin’s experiments, those of Dr. Littlefield and the earlier Andrew Crosse is that the opposite of life is not death, but latency. Biogenesis is not the mystery that obscurantist high priests of official science would have their fellow humans believe.
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Morley Martin: Another Juan Rodolfo Wilcock Portrait.
Posted on September 12, 2012 by afoniya
This time I thought that I would add one of my translations of Wilcock’s ‘The Temple of the Iconoclasts’ (or as the title is in Italian ‘ The Synagogue of the Iconoclasts’). It is entitled Morley Martin. (I translated it in late 1991 and can’t check the original so it is sure to be a rather poor translation). It is one of Wilcock’s portraits of strangely obsessed scientists who either had a fixed idea or made some entirely absurd new discovery. Here is the portrait.
In 1836 the Englishman Andrew Crosse had the pleasant surprise while carrying out a number of electrical experiments of witnessing the birth of several minute insects from a mixture of minced minerals. Crosse saw the following through the lens of his microscope:
On the fourteenth day of the experiment I observed a number of whitish protuberances, nipple-like, that appeared on the electrified mineral. On the eighteenth day these protuberances grew on the optic field and on each of the nipples there were six or seven filaments. On the twenty-first day, the protuberances grew clearer and longer and on the twenty-sixth day each of them assumed the form of a perfect insect, upright on the bundle of hairs that formed its tail. Up until this moment I believed it was merely a case of mineral formations but on the twenty-eighth day there clearly appeared small creatures which began to move their legs. I was most astonished.”
In this way he witnessed the birth of hundreds of midges. As soon as they were born the midges abandoned the microscope and went flying around the room and then would hide themselves in dark spaces. As soon as he had heard of this discovery a friend of Crosse- a certain Weeks from Sandwich, also a researcher and microscopist, decided to repeat the experiment obtaining an identical result. One may read of the exact circumstances of this strange experiment in the ‘Memoirs of Andrew Crosse‘ collected by a relative in 1857, in the ‘History of the Thirty Year Peace‘ by Harriet Martineau (1849) and in ‘Oddities: Unexplained Facts and Events‘ (1928) by the Second Commander Ruper T.
In 1927 in his private laboratory in Andover, the Englishman Morley martin took a piece of Archeozoic rock and subjected it to a process of calcination until it was reduced to ashes: from these ashes via a secret and complicated chemical process, he extracted a certain quantity of primordial protoplasm. Carefully avoiding any contact with the surrounding air, Martin subjected the substance to X-rays and slowly witnessed the emergence on the optic field of an incredible quantity of living microscopic animals and vegetables and above all small fish. In a few squared centimetres, the researcher succeeded in counting fifteen thousand minute fish.
This obviously meant that these organisms had remained in a latent life-state for billions of years from the Archeozoic era until 1927. This dismaying discovery was published in a pamphlet entitled ‘The Reincarnation of Animal and Plant Life from Protoplasm Isolated from the Mineral Kingdom‘ (1934). To this discovery the writer Maurice Maeterlinck dedicated a chapter of his book ‘La Grande Porte‘ (1939). Nowadays, the booklet of Martin is almost impossible to find but one is able to read a description of this remarkable experiment in the Maeterlinck volume:
Grown in size under the lens of the microscope, one could glimpse the appearance of certain globules inside the protoplasm: several vertebrae were formed in these globules, these then formed a column in which there clearly appears the member, the head and the eyes. Usually such transformations took place very slowly requiring days but at times they would take place under the eyes of the observers. A crustacean, for example, hardly had it developed its legs would leave the microscopic field and disappear. These living forms move at times and grow as long as they find sufficient nutrition in the protoplasm that has given birth to them. Afterwards, they either stop growing or else devour each other. Morley Martin has, however, succeeded in keeping them alive thanks to a secret serum of his.
This discovery of Morley Martin, unfortunately since unrepeated, was acclaimed by the Theosophists especially since it confirmed Madame Blavatsky’s Theory of the Archetype of Primordial Life as arising from the period of earthly fires and gasses from which the evolutionary process has developed today’s well-known forms. Several years later, on the tracks of Martin, Wilhelm Reich discovered in the warm Norwegian sands a myriad of azure vesicles also alive and bursting with sexual energy and named biones by Reich. These biones are formed in bunches and then organize themselves into protozoe, ameboe and parmecli bursting with sexual desire and libido (Wilhelm Reich ‘Biopathy of Cancer‘, 1948).