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Triptolide found in Thunder god vine (Tirpterygium wilforii) is native to China, Japan and Korea. suppresses GRP78, which is a protein that helps pancreatic cells survive and thrive. It is found in abundance in pancreatic cancer cells, which might explain why this type of cancer progresses so quickly. For the body to use proteins, a process called protein folding must occur in the cells’ endoplasmic reticulum (ER). ER is a cell structure that works as a transport network. If proteins are not folded fast enough, cells get stressed and ER tries to compensate at first, but it cannot do that for a prolonged amount of time. The cells eventually start dying.

This is where the Chinese herb comes in. Scientists observed that human pancreatic cancer cells and tissues treated with triptolide exhibit a lot of ER stress, which leads to cell death. GRP78 gets inhibited and ER stress pathways are triggered, so the cancer stops spreading and goes away.

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In search of the “Metallic” Library and Gold (Zahab/Zaw-hab) in Ecuador…
This is about the Tayos cave in Ecuador and what was found inside this cave, the main picture is that of Neil Armstrong, who said he was near the cave, but didn’t go inside the cave, when clearly you did Neil.
The reason he wants to “distance” himself from the cave is his own, however Neil, you where there because you know something.
The story about the Tayos cave is that the beings that where here, hid their Gold and records in this cave (structure) it’s not a cave if you use the right entrance to gain access.
What they were searching for was the "metal library"
1969-1976 is the date that the cave was brought to light; over several people were inside the cave, which is named “Cueva de los Tayos”
The Moon astronaut Neil Armstrong is one of them, yet he said he did not step foot inside the cave..
This image kinda contradicts that..   
Inside was a wealth of “stuff” including “Sumerian” artefacts in Ecuador, with Sumerian cuneiform on at least 3 of the panels, and themes from Tama-Re, Egypt.
Now they are saying that the Tayos cave joins with other caves such has the Burrows cave system.
This father Crespi has published artefacts from the cave, where did he come from?
The Gold metal library is like thin Gold or Silver panels.
These are “breakaway” cultivations in South America.
The Burrows cave
In 1993, a Dutch edition of the discovery to date of The Burrows Cave was being prepared, but  the edition was never published,  however, some of the photographs for the book has since been either lost or ignored.
there are some included within this post..
There is no clarity for why Neil was there, whatever the reason for Neil to be there, it’s clear that there is a connection between the Sumerians/Egyptians, mystery writings (apart from Sumerian Cuneiform ones and the Tama-Re inspired themes) and mystery images, also mystery images of “beings” are also being depicted..
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A system of tunnels and caves beneath Ecuador and Peru is reputed to hold an ancient treasure-house of artifacts including two libraries, one containing inscribed metal books and the other storing tablets of crystal:

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Most likely a magic harmonic hymn, sorta like how the gregorian chants are, well thats what im guessing lol
Listen To The Oldest Song In The World: A Sumerian Hymn Written 3,400 Years Ago (Video)

Music historians and fans a like are relishing in this discovered treasure of music, dating back over 3,400 years! The piece seems simple enough and I would have liked to hear it on a different instrument, but it is amazing that it has withstood the tests of time and this is a very important discovery, in early human development.

In the early 1950s, archaeologists unearthed several clay tablets from the 14th century B.C.E.. Found, WFMU tells us, “in the ancient Syrian city of Ugarit,” these tablets “contained cuneiform signs in the hurrian language,” which turned out to be the oldest known piece of music ever discovered, a 3,400 year-old cult hymn. Anne Draffkorn Kilmer, professor of Assyriology at the University of California, produced the interpretation above in 1972.

(She describes how she arrived at the musical notation—in some technical detail—in this interview.) Since her initial publications in the 60s on the ancient Sumerian tablets and the musical theory found within, other scholars of the ancient world have published their own versions.
The piece, writes Richard Fink in a 1988 Archeologia Musicalis article, confirms a theory that “the 7-note diatonic scale as well as harmony existed 3,400 years ago.”

 This, Fink tells us, “flies in the face of most musicologist’s views that ancient harmony was virtually non-existent (or even impossible) and the scale only about as old as the Ancient Greeks.” Kilmer’s colleague Richard Crocker claims that the discovery “revolutionized the whole concept of the origin of western music.”

 So, academic debates aside, what does the oldest song in the world sound like? Listen to a midi version below and hear it for yourself.

 Doubtless, the midi keyboard was not the Sumerians instrument of choice, but it suffices to give us a sense of this strange composition, though the rhythm of the piece is only a guess.
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