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This document has been channeled from the primary Spirit Record (Akashic Record) and the Blueprinters' Records Archive. I have double-checked this reading several times, and any errors should be considered a result of incomplete confirmation, rather than an error of lack in knowledge or its transferral.)

Empathic and psychic alleles (strings of genetic codons which produce a particular outcome):
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e (recessive) - Is an empath or psychic (signal receiver; anyone may learn to transmit if taught); the active form is always recessive. There are two variations of this gene, e1 (empath) and E2 (non-empath, dominant). In the following charts, e* may be read as e1E2, ee may be read as e1e1. This gene is involved in the normal structure of the limbic system and fine hairs in nerve cells; e1 traps more electrons in these fine hairs, and boosts limbic complexity by 1.13%; it is found in bonobos more often than in chimpanzees or humans.

F (dominant) - F for "feeling" and because it follows E. Activates psychic sensitivity, often at a very early age, even before birth in many cases. This gene is not recessive! Has several cohabitant genes A/a, H/h, L. F regulates serotonin reuptake after melatonin intake, adding more sensitizer proteins.

Q/q (single) - Suppresses psychic ability ("quell"), double dominant allele has no increased effect (Q* may also be read as QQ); has a recessive state q and a cohabitant gene s. qq is equivalent to Q*. Q alters sensitivity to dopamine, reducing it slightly (fewer receptors for dopamine A and Serotonin B, more for cortisol; affected cells will grow more receptors for dopamine if they have too few); qq reduces receptors for serotonin A and cortisol both. Note that QQ is often major depressive, due to insufficient serotonin B reuptake; there is a second gene (on C4) which also affects serotonin uptake, which can affect this. qq is sometimes bipolar (or monopolar depressive) due to irregular serotonin supply (glial cells are normally cyclic in serotonin production, so the supply may be insufficient during/after periods of high neural activity).

* - irrelevant allele, an allele which is NOT an active version of these three traits, and may or may not be involved in another gene.

These alleles are found on two chromosomes, in three places: ee is on C12, F and Q are on C14.

e* ** ** - Not empath, is carrier, may be responsive but not sensitive.
** F* ** - Is actively sensitive, not psychic; may be emotionally labile.
e* FF ** - Is actively sensitive and WILL awaken to psychic empathy during puberty or trauma. If traumatic, may learn to project without conscious effort. The type most often called to shamanic initiation.
** FF ** - Is labile and highly sensitive but not otherwise a psychic or empath.
e* FF Q* - Is labile but not as sensitive; psychic empathy may occasionally manifest in a strongly-influencing environment (active projection or large crowds), also triggering lability.
** ** Q* - Quells empathy in others if not actively in use - this trait affects the aura and is thus projective!
e* ** Q* - Is inactive carrier, does not quell others.
** F* Q* - Quells unconscious projective empathy but not passive sensing - also an aura-affecting trait.
** FF Q* - Labile but quiescent. Often bipolar!
ee ** ** - psychic empath (but not a major psychic). Can learn some psychic abilities, but not divinatory traits.
ee F* ** - active empath, not quellable by others - often a natural projector for whom training simply refines ability rather than awakens it.
ee F* Q* - inactive empath, WILL awaken around puberty or under trauma, most common type of MPD sufferer but does NOT cause MPD.
ee ** Q* - inactive empath, can be awakened.

ee FF - PSYCHIC; if Q trait is present, usually must be awakened to manifest actively; will ALWAYS be sensitive to strong projectors. However, if a separate gene ALe ("Altered Limbic empathy", found on C1) is present, said psychic will be active from birth or before (ALe 3 is the best variant for this); ALe 2 without e1e1 is associated with Tourette's Syndrome; and in the presence of testosterone ALe will not enable psychic abilities (builds more alveolae in lung tissue instead of more glial adaptive cells in brain tissue).


Cohabitant genes (genes in the same region or stretch of DNA):
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e is ALWAYS cohabitant with itself and no other. There are two variations; e1 leads to empathy, E2 does not.

Q is also cohabitant with a gene involved in autism and emotional processing; said gene alters the way emotions are processed (changes the rating of significance levels in emotional processing). Give it the notation s (recessive) for "slow" or confused emotional response. s is always recessive. Both Q/q and s affect psychic ability. Training will help someone who has the s gene. Note that s is a mutation of Q.

e* ** ss - not an empath, is autistic with altered emotional significance structure.
e* F* ss - empath, is autistic, can learn to function normally with respect to emotions.
e* FF ss - empath, NOT autistic! FF overrides the so-called "error" in processing and enables increased limbic functioning. May be a slow learner or shy for many years, though this can be overcome around the time of puberty or anytime when the brain grows quickly again and then re-prunes itself.
ee FF ss - psychic, NOT autistic. Does not have a neurotypical mindset. Most often Otherkin of some type (a preferred gene structure for feline and non-Earthly Otherkin).

F is cohabitant with a gene which can cause hearing and audio processing disorders, as well as autism. This gene is designated H/h: h ("hush", recessive) for hearing impairment or H! ("HEAR-ALL", dominant) for audio processing disorder. It is dominant-active like F (even when present with F). FH is autistic in all cases, thus the "!"; this is almost always Asperger's Syndrome when no other autism-related genes are active.

F has a second cohabitant gene: an allele A/a involved in bipolar regulatory disorder, wherein emotions may cycle on strong sensory triggers, including empathic or psychic experiences. FA is not a cause of autism, but has a trigger gene elsewhere (C21) that can activate bipolar cycling and emotional explosiveness. Fa is not autistic, and requires several active trigger genes to allow bipolar cycling.

The F/H/A/L zone of C14 is directly involved in sensory processing and sensitivity of the limbic system to trigger states. The L allele is an extra copy of "normal Limbic Structure Gene 112" (name as per the Blueprinters' records), which is next to this zone, and there are no negative results from its presence; the limbic system is somewhat more functional when it is present, but this is within normal human variation. An extra L results in more cilia in the large intestine. Mutations of L in this region are H and F, but not A (an extra copy of a different gene, associated with the inner ear and small intenstine cilia).


Drug sensitivities:
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e: Seroquel (which reduces dopamine production) and related drugs (dopamine blockers and dopamine reducers) will cause physical harm, leading to a loss of physical function (muscle and nerve response), heart flutters, and digestive issues. No other prescription drug sensitivities associated with this gene. Hallucinogens are not only more effective with e1 carriers, but also heal more issues with them due to clearer transmission of relevant information within the brain.

FF: No apparent sensitivities here. A few chemical sensitivity issues may manifest, including to certain dyes found in food and cloth.

Q: Prolixin will enhance, quelling bipolar cycling in FF Q* and suppressing (some) psychic abilities. In this case, QQ is a benefit, as the extra allele will have an increased effect in the presence of Prolixin. No other drug sensitivities with Q. FF QQ will also need a mood enhancer (NOT melatonin) or depression will result.

ss: Psilocybin causes a "bad trip" EVERY time with those who are ss, but not those who are s*. Almost no other chemical sensitivity is associated here. Marijuana or certain other useful chemicals may help those affected by ss, as it promotes the growth of certain neurons, which can help a person to overcome some processing disorders by improving response to training (thus training must be included in this treatment); overuse of THC and other marijuana/hemp chemicals is not recommended due to neuro-depressive effects, however.

H: There is at least one cholesterol-lowering drug (pitavastatin, called Livalo) which interacts poorly, threatening sleep cycling and melatonin processing. This issue is stronger with h than H. There may be others with similar effects.

A: No sensitivities with most drugs humans ingest; causes hallucinogens to be more effective, but does not improve related emotional healing.

L: No sensitivities.

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