SILICON VALLEY'S QUEST FOR THE PHILOSOPHICAL ELIXIR: VAMPIRISM ANYONE?

SILICON VALLEY’S QUEST FOR THE PHILOSOPHICAL ELIXIR: VAMPIRISM ...

If you've been following the "transhumanism scrapbook" closely, you'll have noticed something that my co-author Dr DeHart and I tried to point out in our book Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, namely, that much of what bills itself as "modern science" is really nothing but old fashioned alchemy (of the blackest sort) dressed up  in the shiny new equations of modern science and technology. As I pointed out yesterday in the main blog and tidbit, much of this quest concerns the quest for virtual immortality. Stop and consider, for example, just how many of the "elite" (they're really not that in any sense) are long-lived. They seem to linger, and linger, and linger, and the harm they do does as well. This has led many to speculate that they know some "medical technology" or "trick" for prolonging their lives.

In that context, consider this disturbing article shared by Mr. M.D.:

Silicon Valley's fascination with a fountain of youth

Now in case you missed it, here's the two paragraphs here that leaped out at me, and raised all sorts of questions and thoughts in my mind for today's "high octane speculation":

Hang around Silicon Valley for awhile and the obsession with immortality is clear. Techies want to solve that granddaddy of problems: Death.

Peter Thiel, the billionaire investor behind Facebook and co-founder of PayPal, recently made headlines for his reported personal and professional interest in whether blood transfusions from younger people can improve and even extend life for older people.

Ewww. Vampire alert.

And then there's this:

Literature is full of the vain and misguided who lost their souls pursuing immortality. And yes, holding on to a youthful ideal does seem empty -- and expensive. Ambrosia, the Monterey firm doing the young-person blood plasma infusion trial is reportedly charging participants $8,000 each.

The blood of young people as a life extension technique... hmmm...

Of course, there have been persistent internet rumors for a few years that the "elite", the long-lived ne-er-do-wells whose names we probably all know all too well(and wished we'd never heard of), receive regular transfusions of the blood of "young persons." I cannot help but think that behind all the cruel and barbaric practice of unlimited abortion, body-part harvesting, stem cell harvesting, and so on that are associated with it, not to mention the persistent rumors and scandals that pop up from time to time and in various parts of the world about human trafficking, child sex rings and pedophilia, and even of "human sacrifice" (think only of the statements of the victims of the Franklin Scandal in this regard), that something like this activity may be involved, that by a variety of hidden and barbaric practices, these "elites" may literally be making the "ultimate sacrifice" of others to extend their own miserable existence.

Time of course will tell if any of that high octane speculation is true or not. But the problem is, if billionaire busybodies are willing to invest in the idea and make it all "respectable," then we must face an uncomfortable implication: if they're willing to invest, there may be something to it.

Years ago, when I first wrote my first foray into the field of alternative research, The Giza Death Star, I pointed out the ancient texts' indications of much longer human life spans, from the accounts of Genesis to the texts of Mesopotamia and Egypt and their "kings' lists," and I also pointed out the wise insight of a Greek church father by the name of St. John Chrysostom, who offered the idea that death is what allows humanity to repent, or, as the above article has it, it is the great "change agent." But Chrysostom was more forthcoming with moral implications: imagine an Albert Schweitzer with not decades, but centuries, to do good. But equally, imagine an Adolf Hitler or Mao Tse-Tung the same amount of time to wreak their misery. When I look at the dour and heavy faces of our long-lived elites, I cannot help but think of the latter, rather than the former. And maybe that this is, indeed, why the world is seemingly going insane, because its elite by unnaturally prolonging their lives, are equally, if not more so.

See you on the flip side....

52 thoughts on “ SILICON VALLEY’S QUEST FOR THE PHILOSOPHICAL ELIXIR: VAMPIRISM ...”

  1. zendog:

    As, I’m sure you realize the PollyKlass link makes one of my points nicely.

    There other thing I’d wanted was what the source for this 800 claim is.

  2. Well, if y’all want my opinion let em do it. Literally every person on this planet is infected with stealth infections that cannot be tested for using conventional methods or even PCR, nor can they be killed easily. Generally, a person of this generation, living with a limited amount of these infections will be mostly fine physically (mentally not so much, but acquire enough of these blood borne illnesses and you’ll be in trouble. Subsequent generations will be screwed but that’s another story. Therefore the more blood these idiots drink, especially if it contains the genetically modified plasma that results from these infections, the sicker they will get.

    I too thought these oligarchical parasites would have some secret medical technology, fortunately for us, I really don’t think that’s the case, Maybe they have some way of buying time, but take a look at Hillary and Bush JR, they are seriously ill and getting worse, My bet is that Hitlery suffers from a parasitic infection of her brain, and/or she is possessed. If there is some type of magic medicine tech out there, then the people behind the public controllers is most definitely holding it over their heads,

    The satanic cult has spread, they all thought they would have found the Stone by now, to escape their bargain with the Devil, but they haven’t, and they are well aware that when their time comes they will have to pay up. THAT is why the world is so crazy right now, the cult is panicking, THEIR end is nigh.

  3. Wow. this one seems to have hit a nerve on a lot of people, looking at these comments, we’ve gone from Blade film Human farms to disappearing children…(Reptiliennes anyone?) Lets be honest here, Vampires are a very recent ‘invention’, however the idea of consuming blood, goes back a long way.
    We hear often of Lilith (Adam’s first wife according to Jewish legend) being a blood drinking child eating demon copulating entity.. But then again I take any description of a woman by a religious fanatical zealot with a pinch of salt.
    Let us not forget tales of Kali from India, drinking blood and eating entire armies of her enemies..
    We have ancient texts from Eygpt that (when analyzed and ‘translated’ by modern day readers..) seem to suggest that Osiris and Set had ‘vampiric’ traits. (however any search on Internet brings up Vampire lore websites and I’m having trouble finding a source..)
    We have tales from Greece of the Goddess Hecate, whose temples were places of blood drinking and Hecate may or may not have drank blood during her feasts.
    “The knowledge about blood in Homeric times could be seen as follows:
    (a) The blood is so essential for life that it is considered to be the centre of life itself.
    (b) Death is considered to be definitive and irrevocable when it is caused by lack of blood. “

  4. I was once at a retreat where wheat grass was cut from its growing container, quickly put into a juicer, and served within a minute or so of cutting. At the time, I was in a more extended-consciousness state. So, I could ‘see’ some form of life-force being released from that liquid. It registered to my senses as kind of a ‘sparking’ or ‘sparkling’. Prana? Regardless of the taste of the wheat grass (yuck), there was a ‘boost’ when the liquid was quickly drunk. (Note that there was NOT this effect when buying wheat grass juice in stores. The life-force energy must ‘leave’ after some minutes.)

    (That ‘feeding’ made me feel a little bit like a vampire, too. Only of plant ‘blood’. Obviously a philosophical/spiritual quandary, here…)

    Is this what we are seeing with (person-to-person) blood transfusions? An oldster or baddie with waning life-force energy, getting a ‘boost’ courtesy of the life-force energy carried along with the young blood?

    Getting a lot closer to real vampirism, here…

    1. I’ve also noticed that when young women marry or date old men, the man seems to get younger appearing as the young lady seems to age quicker the longer the relationship goes. Was wondering if it was just my imagination.

      1. Yep. As long as anyone is no longer producing/sustaining their own life-force energy, they tend to draw from their immediate environment…

        1. Residence Absorption; the process or action by which one thing absorbs or is absorbed by another.
          I was watching a video on crystal energy healing. It seems the same principle can be applied to blood cells, a transfer of energy to like masses.

      2. I’ve noticed this too. Also experienced something similar if dating someone with unresolved emotional issues,

  5. I’ve read or heard somewhere that the pure ones have higher energy, which I’m sure has a physics or science to it. Could it be possible that a method to immortality is by way of transferring one’s consciousness to something else. But then, in becoming unnaturally immortal, does it classify them to be in between alive and dead?

    1. There’s nothing elite about the so called elite. If a runner breaks the rules and trips every more honorable runner he runs against to win the races is he an elite runner or something more negative? They win by cheating not merit.

  6. There is more than one way to skin a cat, pun intended.
    There is more than one way to immortality, life extension, and consciousness survival after death, etc, than high tech. The research and work of biochemist Dr Ray Peat is based on the idea that any approach biology is first and foremost context dependant. Similarly, Dr. Harold Hillman suggests that the current static artifact-based approach to cellular biology approximates the realities of a dynamic living organism about as closely as a pottery shard in an archeological dig approaches the realities of the lifeblood of that ancient civilization. There are dietary ways to give yourself a blood transfusion. Medical science didn’t invent blood tonics. Nor did it invent anti-biotics, antiseptics, or anti-inflammatories. Here in Canada the authorities pretend raw milk is dangerous, yet the Queen drinks only raw milk, and when her grandsons were away at school she had her own supply bottled and shipped to them. We have to get beyond the politics, and that includes beyond scrutinizing the practices of the so-called wealthy and in-the-know, like the guitarist for the rolling stones. Ancient rules still apply here but no one is applying them. We should be turning an eye to our local farmer or forming co-ops, not worrying about what some old Rothschild is doing with the help of a trembling lab technician and then getting sick with anxiety. If there has already begun some kind of epic-storyline kind of splitting of humanity scenario, I bet the so-called elites are stuck in it just like the rest of us. The thing to look for here is the principles behind the practices, even the scary practices. To put it bluntly, look into but beyond the blood sacrifice and realize that what is hiding behind the crime and contempt is a valuable (and universally attainable) earth-based science that could be available to all of us, and often is, if only we would look.

  7. 2015 – David Rockefeller had his 6th heart transplant age 99, by private surgeons at his residence, on the family estate in Pocantico Hills, NY. He told reporter’s “every time I get a new heart, it s like the breath of life is swept across my body”. He’s also had two kidney transplants. There’s no way this entity is human, he was offered a longer life in trade for global government.

    1. Truly a vampire. It is also interesting that his new hearts keep rejecting HIM… (Kidneys, too.)

  8. One is still alive on the other side. NDE survivors often report preferring that form of alive over this form of alive.

  9. Churchless Mouse

    “The good news for young Gawker staff is they’ll be able to transition seamlessly into selling their blood to keep Peter Thiel alive forever”

    Jon Schwarz / @tinyrevolution (Aug 18, 2016, 10:10:21 AM)

    Kelly Mackin

  10. Robert Barricklow

    The great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity is growing more & more thirsty.
    Hemingway/All things truly wicked start from an innocence.
    What kind of system rewards this organized evil? Indeed, even gleefully televises it?

  11. The question is why do our elites fear death. Do they know they will really burn in eternal fire and torment for their crimes and sins. If so why do they commit these abominations in the first place or are they the pan-ultimate junkies addicted to wealth and power or the illusions of such. I believe in nether rewards or punishment after I die but do not fear death it will just happen.

    1. If the Anunnaki or those “beings” whom the ancients worshipped as “gods” are anything to go by, longer life doesn’t buy you superior morality, it just gives you longer to practice your evil ways.
      The only benefit I see from longer life is the chance to educate yourself about everything you can. Any day that goes by and sees you learn nothing new is a wasted day.

    2. Blue Dragon Lord

      Yes that is the point perhaps they do believe they shall burn for their sins and go straight to hell that is why they are trying to delay that from happening as eternity is a long time to regret so we wish them a speedy journey.

      Now if that is not the case and they too believe as you do that nothing will happen when they die either way you should do more to make sure they get what is coming to them in the here and now then good luck with that.

  12. It just so happens that I am rereading “The White Dominican” published in 1921 by Prague writer Gustav Meyrink (1868-1932), famously author of the novel “The Golem”. One of the characters tells the protagonist: “The sun on the mountain is eternity and the endless white road is infinity. Eternity and infinity are not the same thing. Only for he who seeks eternity – and not the “goal”- in infinity, eternity and infinity are the same thing. He must want to go walking along the white country road for its own sake, and not just for the sake of one ephemeral stop after another”.

  13. There are long-standing rumours that Keith Richards undergoes blood transfusions, and he’s still alive and rolling on stage with his fellow Stones!

  14. The number of children who just simply vanish every year has been on the rise in the more developed countries over the last decade or longer. Those who vanish in the less developed countries are seldom reported.
    The two things the elite will hold onto at all costs are their money and their lives. They view everyone else as property to be used any way they see fit. I have little doubt that this may be going on and that there is dark side to these individuals which would do anything to prolong their lives.
    Intelligence has long been hiding behind the Satanic agenda and uses it to gain control of those who practice it. Consider what goes on at Bohemian Grove every year here in Amerika with our “leaders”.
    Evil used to hide in the dark, now it is out in the open; in your face; and running rampant in places it has no business being.
    It would seem that there may be some truth to Dr. Farrell’s speculations.

  15. Why would anyone want to live forever? I truly don’t understand…

    The world is amazing and beautiful, and I’m thankful to be alive. But I’m equally thankful that the experience won’t go on forever.

    Transhumanists can keep their counterfeit ‘eternity’. After a thousand years trapped in digital ‘bodies’ they’ll be screaming for the sweet release of ‘deletion’.

    1. The point about living longer, not forever, is to learn more of the material world, not something the Thiels of this world seem real interested in.

    2. ironic that their best version of immortality is to put a simulacrum of their self into a robot and pretend that they are in that robot.

  16. Sadly, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States — that’s roughly 2,000 per day. 140,000 youngsters go missing across the UK each year. What about the poor souls that aren’t reported?

    The same repeating story is told all over the world (e.g. UK, 140,000 go missisng annually and so and so forth. Millions of children are going missing every year, a large number of which are never seen, heard of or found. That’s the poulation of a large city just disappearing every year?!?! it’s on an industrial scale and to disturbing for most to want to think about. I can’t help but think of the human farm facilities featured on the Blade film series.

        1. What a shock, the page you linked doesn’t exist.

          Check next time.

          Also as a general rule, because Google says it doesn’t mean it’s true.

          1. Lost old boy. Extend those digits of yours and you’ll find there’s a plethora of articles for you to have peek at – they’ll all refer to similar figures.

          2. sagat:

            I’m not interested in what is claimed on the interwebs, I want to know what you’re using as source.

            There are internet claims that president Reagan was a clone.

          3. lost, please save all of us time and be nice to the point and pertinent

            http://www.pollyklaas.org/about/national-child-kidnapping.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/

            sagat,
            please keep an open mind and carefuller figures. while i agree with the direction you were going, it’s a shame when someone can make your point sound lame by virtue of conflating hyperbole with lies. you’re more on the mark than you think. but not by 800,000 per year. in a nation of what 300 mil that would be like losing almost 0.3% of the population per year or 1% every three years or 3% every 10 years just to that one cause. i think we’d all notice and we’d all know someone personally. that 800,000 in 300mil figure per year makes me think of what autism is becoming.

    1. Blue Dragon Lord

      Some time ago i heard that those nasty kind of aliens who the USA made that treaty with to take whom so ever they wished too it was said that they feed on babies and young children.

      With the sheer numbers being banded about here from around the world wide one could work out how many of those evil creatures are actually here in those underground bases that do not exist either.

      But what if it were true that is a lot of bad aliens just curious how long that would go on for whatever those poor innocents who will ask for them i shall then.

      Well as no one here believes in those bad guys nasty aliens it is just a theory like humans are alone in the universe right?

    2. Most are taken by a parent who doesn’t have legal custody. Abortion is where I suspect they harvest the substances to prolong their health. Probably one of the reasons they promote such a dysfunctional culture and the media glamourizes the break up families is to maximize abortions.

  17. “unlimited abortion”–ah yes gotta control women’s wombs and sexuality.

    Doesn’t surprise that the “libertarian” Trump backer Thiel wants youthful blood. It’s unlikely to work, no matter what David Icke claims.

  18. Are just the elites willing to sacrifice anything for immortality?
    I could easily see some people from my neighborhood sacrifice all/anything for it.

    Morality seems something all humans of all ages have difficulty with.
    Better or worse times of morality mostly seem to come like sea tides.
    Well if you are in the wrong time at the wrong place you get flooded.

    1. Apologies. Reported above again. Could the site please make it a little more difficult to report comments? Sir, I’d just like to point out that we live in a time when those who prefer to prioritize quality of life in the community (“saints” for example) are often accused of selfishness because they are not helping their specific affinity group (“family”) get an advantage over others? Of course most of us will give up anything for immortality – we are taught to think of people who won’t as doomed. We’re propagandized into it in oher words.

      1. My opinion only of course.

        But are the problems of “propogandizing” not severly activated in populations whom phoe phoe the family unit in fact do anyting in their power to deconstruct it?

        Morals and family units seem to disapear together in other words.

        1. I’m using family in the loosest sense. That’s why I said affinity groups outside the parenthesis. Whenever something good gets hunted down something appears with protection against the hunters, so where families are week there are gangs.

          And (of course this is my opinion) ANY “us”group we can contrast to a “them” is more respectable to belong to right now than a commonality. Which is where the propagandizing comes in. The sales job, the brain washing, the propagandizing is going on everywhere. Apparent sources differ but it’s always the same old songs. If you want to live unselfishly the question is “why? Won’t you be more useful if you tae what’s yours?”

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