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SARS-CoV-2 Virus Question

It seems possible, if not probable, that this virus form was created in a lab as part of "gain of function" research. If so, what can the viruses share about our human intervention in their own natural mutation process. How do they view our genetic lab work? I must admit I have less faith in humans than the viruses in this regard! Thanks in advance for sharing any communication that you might be able to receive! Dave Carman

Here is the response of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 when I communicated to answer this question.

We viruses have the purpose to help create balance on the planet, helping to regulate populations and restore ecological functioning in areas where that is going awry. We constantly change to meet the time and conditions of our mission.

Human laboratory rearrangements of viral structure are less important than and superseded by our own rearrangements (mutations) and cannot alter our primary purpose. Our own creative force regarding our nature is senior to and overrides human genetic experimenting. In many ways, humans, both laboratory technicians and the wider population, are often expeditors of our functioning though they may not be conscious of this and have their own intentions.

We carry on to do our work of balancing no matter how many intermediaries we go through. We are one aspect of rebalancing populations and restoring ecological systems on Earth among many other elements that contribute to this work.

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For further information on the purpose of viruses and what they have communicated previously see these blogs:

Are Viruses Sentient Beings? January 30, 2020

The World Needs Viruses to Function July 09, 2020

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