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Understanding the Impact of Environmental Stress and Gene Mutation

I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to shed light on an important topic regarding the impact of environmental stress on human biology and the potential for gene mutation.

It is widely acknowledged that there is little biological difference among human beings. However, prolonged exposure to inhumane and stressful environmental conditions can lead to significant alterations in the mental, spiritual, and physical nature of individuals.

Chemicals and radiation damage genes, but most mutations occur during the natural process of cell division, where errors in copying DNA can occur. While most mistakes are corrected, some mutations persist, potentially leading to significant changes.

In the context of historical injustices such as the African slave trade, it's essential to recognize the enduring effects of sustained trauma and stress on individuals and communities. Despite mainstream studies often underestimating the intelligence and resilience of African slaves, it's evident that they developed unique coping mechanisms to survive under horrific conditions.

Notably, the descendants of African slaves may possess specific genetic adaptations that allow them to excel in mental, physical, and spiritual tasks, drawing strength from past traumas and present challenges. This energy, though often fueled by hate, discrimination, and racism, can be redirected toward positive outcomes with the right approach.

We live in a new age, which I call The Age of Mentality. We must understand the implications of gene mutation and environmental stress on all members of society, regardless of race or background. By acknowledging and harnessing these unique abilities, we can strive for a better future for all.

I invite you to join us in our efforts to explore the African slave gene mutation further and understand its broader impact. Together, we can work towards a more inclusive and enlightened society.

Best regards,

[Just, John] [The Age of Mentality]


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