By understanding what happens in the worm cells, researchers also learn what happens in human cells. Of the 5,000 best-Bible and scienceknown human genes, 75 percent have matches in the worm - Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute

Now let us look to the bible and ancient science, for the Lord Himself says, "But I am a worm and no man. How much more is man rottenness, and the son of man a worm ? "First he said, " Man is rottenness;" and afterwards, "The son of man a worm:" because a worm springs from rottenness, therefore "man is rottenness," and "the son of man a worm."

In a wonderful way, they are like miniature human beings.” - Dr John Sulston, Director, Sanger Centre, UK

Is man really rotten, and the son of man a worm?

The scientific facts are that many of the allegorical and literal stories that are told in the bible, can now be easily compared to modern science. In order to do so, you have to have an open mind to both science and religion, and also the willingness to use reason in the form of common sense to merge the two. Also, the fact that the office of the inquisition is no longer burning heretics at the stake; this really helps us layman to freely explore both science and religion without the fear of death for doing so.

Christ had called himself a worm, and the Jews had also esteemed Christ as a worm. He was considered loathsome to them and was hated by them to the point they had trampled upon him, and trod him under foot as men.(1) As said in Mark 9:48 - ‘where their worm does not die and the fire is not quenched.’ Christ has said, "Because I fire, ye shall live also."

devil-wormThe bible passage above and the quote from Dr. John Sulston, seems to correlate exactly with the current science of the various species of worms that can be found on earth. Worms are simply the most cunning and adaptable creatures in the world. They make the million year old cockroach who can survive just about anything and anywhere, look like child's play; for the worm is truly king of this world. For example, I recently had written an article called Devil Worm which told the story of a worm like no other animal, that can withstand the highest heat temperatures and crushing pressure inside the earth. In fact, Scientists had interestingly named the worm after a demon named Mephistopheles of the Faustian legend, "Halicephalobus mephisto.” A name meaning, "he who loves not the light.”


In both the New Testament and the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible), you can locate several stories about worms that may help us answer some of these life after death questions. Stories of men being called worms, or angels being connected to worms can be found in many places all throughout the bible.

And from these worms God made angels. If the Lord said of Himself: “I am a worm and not a man” (Ps 21:7) We find this passage more correctly rendered in the Hebrew Bible: “Man that is a worm (rimmah), and the son of man which is a maggot” (tole’ah).

Now my second question; "Is man that is a worm (rimmah), and the son of man which is a maggot” (tole’ah)?"

In studying science and the worms, or what could be called in the occult, elementals; I have found that worms infest the blood, organs, bones and  cells of the human body. There is not one human on earth who doesn't carry these worms. They are a scientific fact of life, for all life is born from the origins of the worm of the sperm, to our ending of putrefaction of our bodies in the DNA of the worm. Hence, the biblical saying, "The son of man a worm," is because that worm is essentially our DNA being when we die and in which it recycles itself back into Mother Earth.

In a 1998 article in the Associated Press, researchers proved that both humans and worms share many genes with one another, and that the study of the worm will lead to cures of diseases in humans.

Researchers Map Worm's Entire Genetic Code; Could Lead to Cures for Diseases WASHINGTON (AP) --

Researchers have mapped the entire gene pattern of a tiny soil worm, a feat that some say is the biological equal to landing on the moon and a major milestone toward finding new ways to cure disease.

The worm, a type of nematode called Caenorhabditis elegans, is as common as dirt. Thousands live in a typical handful of garden soil.

But the small creature also is a complex, multicelled organism that carries many genes that also exist in humans, and function in the same way.

As a result, the worm provides a crucial keyhole view of the vast world of genetics, said Robert H. Waterston, who led a team at the Washington University Medical School in St. Louis that joined with British scientists to map the worm's genes.

``This worm is really an animal just as we are,'' said Waterston. ``It has muscles and many different kinds of cells. And it also ages, just as we do. By and large, it uses the same genes that we do.''

By studying genes shared by worm and human, researchers will learn at a molecular level what can go wrong and how to fix it. Such microscopic studies are virtually impossible in humans.

``Half of the disease genes in humans have identifiable counterparts in this worm,'' said Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute. He said researchers into many human diseases will be able to use the humble worm as a way of learning how to prevent, treat and cure the illnesses of man.

In order to find the light in the glow of a worm, we must first also ask ourselves;  "Where do we humans go, and what evidence or physical matter is left of we humans when we die that can be verified by science?

The BBC News in 1998 had wrote, "Small worm makes history" -

Scientists have taken a historic step forward in unraveling the mysteries of life. Researchers in the UK and the US have mapped all the genes in a small worm called Caenorhabditis elegans. It is the first animal for which this has been done. It has taken 15 years to complete and will have major implications for human health.

Most people will never have heard of the creature which grows to about 1mm in length and lives in soil or among rotting plants, but it has much in common with man. Around 40% of the worm's genes - which hold all the instructions to build and maintain the creature - are also found in humans. This means that a study of C. elegans will also reveal much about the biological processes inside humans. C. elegans may be a much simpler lifeform but it also begins life as a single, fertilised cell and undergoes a series of cell divisions as it grows into an adult animal. During this process, it also develops complex tissues and organ systems.

It even has a nervous system that can detect odour, taste, and respond to temperature and touch. .. Although it has taken until now to complete the worm genome, there are more than 200 labs around the world already engaged in C. elegans research.’

DID THE BIBLE AND SCIENCE MERGE A LONG TIME AGO?Opened magic book with space for copy text

To find the answers to this biblical and scientific question, we all must search inside one of the oldest alchemical and super natural history books known to human kind. A book which happens to be the oldest surviving book in the world, the bible. A word that simply means book. Please do not think just because you are not religious, a Christian, or a bible reader, that the words in the pages of the bible do not affect you or this world, because they do. Hence, it will do you much spiritual good to take heed to some of these teachings that can be found hidden in the pages of this 3,000 year old book, in both the Old and New Testaments.

In order to find the light in the glow of a worm, we must first also ask ourselves;  "Where do we humans go after we die, and what evidence or physical matter is left of us that can be verified by science? Could the worm be the answer to this Alpha and Omega immortal question? I think so.......

If you study the substance of sperm in which humans are born from, you will start to see how sperm is truly “worm-like" in its appearance. In fact, in a drop of sperm, you will find hundreds of millions of thin symmetrical shaped worms swimming around as if they have a life of their own. The English word sperm comes from the Greek word (σπέρμα) sperma (meaning "seed"). It is from these seeds, or should I say worms, that human life is formed; and yes, the strongest worm always wins. Hence, survival of the fittest is not a man made creation or sport, but a God given reality and plan to keep balance with the AS ABOVE, and SO BELOW.

Genesis 1:11 - And God said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind, on the earth.” And it was so.

Luke 8:11 - Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God.

Luke 8:5 - “A sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell along the path and was trampled underfoot, and the birds of the air devoured it.

Sperm human eggSperm is from the Greek word seed, and these seeds we can clearly verify with science that they are really millions of microscopic worms that swim around in a fluid, which is akin to a fish swimming in the sea; this may be what is described in Genesis 1:21 - "So God created the great sea creatures and every living creature that moves, with which the waters swarm, according to their kinds, and every winged bird according to its kind. And God saw that it was good."

Here is a video below that shows the great sea creatures, and every living creature that moves. Every animal and mammal on earth born of the flesh is created the same way. From man, to the worm, to the fish. This is why in the bible, Jesus calls fisherman to follow him; "And Jesus said {as he saith}  unto them, Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men."

The facts are, that there are eight different kinds of worms that feed on human blood, flesh and bones. When we die, if we are not cremated, these same worms consume our rotting flesh as we decompose into the soil, to the point where the only thing left of our bodies is truly our DNA or life essence contained inside the worms who fed upon our very flesh. Worms who eventually die themselves, and are recycled through the Alpha and Omega process of the morning star. I had written about these worms that feed upon the human flesh in previous articles such as Wormwood: Bugs With Fiery Teeth Who Feed, Live And Die On Human Flesh, and Humans Infested With Worms From Hell.

Worms kinds in humans

Could these same worms that feed on our blood, carry more than just our DNA when we die? Is this a cycle of immortality, in which man can now use science to bottle up these worms and catch the life Alpha and Omega essence of any human they wish to keep immortalized. I think so, and that is essentially what the bible is telling us. In fact, I think at one time this was common knowledge among many kingdoms and priesthoods who would abuse this immortal process, thus starting the reign of the Nephilim or the fall of man, or should I say, the fall of the worm?

Here are the words of Saint Augustine who had educated his fellow brethren about worms, angels and God in the Gospel of Saint John:

Give good heed to what follows, brethren, "All things were made by Him, and without Him was nothing made,"so as not to imagine that " nothing" is something. For many, wrongly understanding "without Him was nothing made,"are wont to fancy that "nothing "is something. Sin, indeed, was not made by Him; and it is plain that sin is nothing,and men become nothing when they sin. An idol also was not made by the Word;—it has indeed a sort of human form, but man himself was made by the Word;— for the form of man in an idol was not made by the Word, and it is written, "We know that an idol is nothing."

Therefore these things were not made by the Word; but whatever was made in the natural manner, whatever belongs to the creature, everything that is fixed in the sky, that shines from above, that flies under the heavens, and that moves in universal nature, every creature whatsoever: I will speak more plainly, brethren, that you may understand me; I will say, from an angel even to a worm. What more excellent than an angel among created things? what lower than a worm? He who made the angel made the worm also; but the angel is fit for heaven, the worm for earth. He who created .also arranged.

If He had placed the worm in heaven, thou mightest have found fault; if He had willed that angels should spring from decaying flesh, thou mightest have found fault: and yet God almost does this, and He is not to be found fault with. For all men born of flesh, what are they but worms? and of these worms God makes angels. 

For if the Lord Himself says, "But I am a worm and no man," ' who will hesitate to say what is written also in Job, "How much more is man rottenness, and the son of man a worm ? "3 First he said, " Man is rottenness;" and afterwards, "The son of man a worm:" because a worm springs from rottenness, therefore "man is rottenness," and "the son of man a worm." Behold what for thy sake He was willing to become, who "in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God!" Why did He for thy sake become this? That thou mightest suck, who wert not able to chew. Wholly in this sense, then, brethren, understand "All things were made by Him, and without Him was nothing made.

"For every creature, great and small, was made by Him: by Him were made things above and things beneath; spiritual and corporeal, by Him were they made. For no form, no structure, no agreement of parts, no substance whatever, that can have weight, number, measure, exists but by that Word, and by that Creator Word, to whom it is said, "Thou hast ordered all things in measure, and in number, and in weight."4 ,

14. Therefore, let no one deceive you, when perchance you suffer annoyance from flies. For some have been mocked by the devil, and taken with flies. As fowlers are accustomed to put flies in their traps to deceive hungry birds, so these have been deceived with flies by the devil. Some one or other was suffering annoyance from flies; a Manichoean found him in his trouble, and when he said that he could not bear flies, and hated them exceedingly, immediately the Manichaean said, "Who made them?" And since he was suffering from annoyance, and hated them, he dared not say, "God made them," though he was a Catholic. The other immediately added, "If God did not make them, who made them?" "Truly," replied the Catholic, "I believe the devil made them." And the other immediately said, "If the devil made the fly, as I see you allow, because you understand the matter well, who made the bee, which is a little larger than the fly?"

The Catholic dared not say that God made the bee and not the fly, for the case was much the same. From the bee he led him to the locust; from the locust to the lizard; from the lizard to the bird; from the bird to the sheep; from the sheep to the cow; from that to the elephant, and at last to man; and persuaded a man that man was not made by God. Thus the miserable man, being troubled with the flies, became himself a fly, and the property of the devil. In fact, Beelzebub, they say, means " Prince of flies;" and of these it is written, "Dying flies deprive the ointment of its sweetness."

In Psalm 22, Verse 6 in the Treasury of David, it is said about the worm;

"But I am a worm, and no man." This verse is a miracle in language. How could the Lord of glory be brought to such abasement as to be not only lower than the angels, but even lower than men. What a contrast between "I AM" and "I am a worm"! yet such a double nature was found in the person of our Lord Jesus when bleeding upon the tree. He felt himself to be comparable to a helpless, powerless, down-trodden worm, passive while crushed, and unnoticed and despised by those who trod upon him.

He selects the weakest of creatures, which is all flesh; and becomes, when trodden upon, writhing, quivering flesh, utterly devoid of any might except strength to suffer. This was a true likeness of himself when his body and soul had become a mass of misery—the very essence of agony—in the dying pangs of crucifixion. Man by nature is but a worm; but our Lord puts himself even beneath man, on account of the scorn that was heaped upon him and the weakness which he felt, and therefore he adds, "and no man."

The privileges and blessings which belonged to the fathers he could not obtain while deserted by God, and common acts of humanity were not allowed him, for he was rejected of men; he was outlawed from the society of earth, and shut out from the smile of heaven. How utterly did the Saviour empty himself of all glory, and become of no reputation for our sakes! "A reproach of men" —their common butt and jest; a byword and a proverb unto them: the sport of the rabble, and the scorn of the rulers. Oh the caustic power of reproach, to those who endure it with patience, yet smart under it most painfully!

"And despised of the people." The vox populi was against him. The very people who would once have crowned him then contemned him, and they who were benefited by his cures sneered at him in his woes. Sin is worthy of all reproach and contempt, and for this reason Jesus, the Sinbearer, was given up to be thus unworthily and shamefully entreated.(1)

Chron. 16.29. to.the Lord in the beauty of holiness, Plat. 29. 2. | 66. 4. | 96. 9. Mat. 4. 10. Luke 4. 8. Psal. 5. 7. I will to. toward thy temple, 138. 2. 45. 11.he is thy Lord, and to. thou him 81. 9. neither shalt thou to any strange god that is weak, mean, and despised in the world, 95.6. O come, let us to. and bow down and kneel it compares him to a worm of the earth, 

because 97. 7. to. him, all ye gods, then heard, was glad nothing is found to be morecontemptible than this 99. 5. to. at his footstool, for he is holy, 132.7. creature, Job 25. 6. How much less man that 9. exalt the Lord, and to. at his holy hill is a worm? And the Psalmist says, I am a Isa. 2.8. they to. the work of their hands, 20. | 46. 6. worm and no man, Psalm 22. 6. The worm 27. 13. shall to. the Lord in hol v mountain at Jerusalem of the damned dies not, and their fire shall 49. 7. princes also shall to. because of the Lord never be quenched, Isa. 66. 24. "They will 66. 23. all flesh shall come to to. before me feel a worm of conscience that shall never die, Jer. 7-2. that enter in at these gates to to. 26. 2.

"and the fiery wrath of God upon their souls "and bodies that shall never go out." Exod. 16. 24. neither was there any to. therein Job 17. 14. I said to the to, thou art my mother 24.20. the to. shall feed sweetly upon him 25. 6. much less man that is a to. and son of man Psal. 22. 6. but I am a to. and no man, a reproach Isa. 14.1 l.the to. is spread under thee, and worms 41.14. fear not, thou w. Jacob, and ye men of Israel 51. 8. and the to. shall eat them like wool 66. 24. for their to. shall not die, nor their fire be quenched, Mark 9. 44, 46, 48. Jonah 4. 7. God prepared to smote the gourd WORMS.(3)

Leviticus 19:19 - “You shall keep my statutes. You shall not let your cattle breed with a different kind. You shall not sow your field with two kinds of seed, nor shall you wear a garment of cloth made of two kinds of material.


1. The Treasury of David: Containing an Original Exposition of the ..., Volume 1  By Charles Haddon Spurgeon

2. A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian ... By Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.), Saint John Chrysostom, Philip Schaff

3. A Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments ...  By Alexander Cruden

4. The Bible

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