TIDBIT: FIRST MILLENIUM-YEAR LIVER ALREADY ALIVE?
August 17, 2016 / /
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"The First Human on Earth to Live to Be 1,000 Years Old is Alive Today" (Weekend Feature)
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This is the 2nd time I’ve come across
“the disease of ageing”. The first was in a Common Core welcome brochure at our local Community College “How to solve the disease of ageing”. I expect we’re going to see this meme included with the overweight and smokers class of undesirables.
The WA Post reported medical errors as the 3rd cause of death in the u.s. The WHO predicted cancer to rise 70 percent in the next 18 years.
It’s a Mad Mad world we live in. Why did the elites take spirituality out of the equation? What are they so scared of, why do they hide the true history from us.
Pardon my saying so, but I was re-reading my last comment and thinking about how horrible my phrasing can be (and too often is) then I saw this and said “Why should I care about a Late Classical/Early Medieval organ?”
This idea was dealt with in the Star Trek episode Who Will Morn For Methuselah staring James Daley. Does anyone who really thinks whats to live forever surviving the society they were born and that sometime in the future could be destroyed never to come back. That would be my definition of living in a real life HELL. But if your a greedy parasite maybe that really would be paradise.
Parasites need a host, Marcos, why do you think we are still here.
There was another episode where the Trek crew came upon a world free of disease and people lived extraordinarily long lives resulting in the extreme overpopulation of their planet. They captured the away team long enough for one of them to become ill in order to infect the rest of their population and thus reduce it.
Honestly, does anyone actually believe this will be affordable or even available to the unwashed masses? Elysium, anyone?
Technologies already exist, even in the mainstream, which can get us to other star systems much faster than your conventional firecracker. Most of them are ignored by NASA publicly; however, in the black projects world they are, most likely, 50+ years ahead of what is publicly known.
According to the Sumerian texts, we were not given the gene sequence which grants long life nor was the “elixir” of life granted us by them per Enki’s instructions to the first man when it was offered by Anu.
We were designed as worker bees, if there is any truth to the myths.
Maybe that cosmic war was a worker rebellion.
Reminds me of Leonard Cohen’s song, Everyboby Knows.
WalkingDead, excellent. I am glad someone is drawing attention to the bigger issues…
(There is even a mention in the Gilgamesh Epic of where G actually tracked-down a human who had been given a life-extension treatment, obtained the life-extension plant, and was on his way home with it. On the way back, G ‘fell asleep’ (hmmm) and the plant was removed from his possession (hmmm). Supposedly, a snake ate it. Given the snake symbolism, this was probably Enki-related…)
How did they find out about me;-)
Is that you, Lazarus? See Robert A. Heinlein’s Lazarus Long Novels.
“At the moment, we’re stuck with this awful fatalism that we’re all going to get old and sick and die painful deaths.”
Nice!! With that wonderful thought.. Extending lifespans may be ‘necessary’ in order to make space travel a viable option to the human race. Who wants to hop inside a metal rotating tube until you die with the hope that maybe your grandchildren’s kids might see an M class planet at destination’s end. Mutiny anyone?
However, if you can say that you will see the destination and the realisation of your voyage, it’ll certainly be more marketable…
The standard life of man is about 75-85 years, and we can all see how much damage he can inflict within that short amount of time.
Considering the present state of man’s frenzied mind and desolate heart, imagine the enormous amount of evil he can wreck on himself and the planet if he were able to extend his life to 1000 years. If parasites are driving these technological advancements, then there’s little hope for those that are already ‘infected’, and they’ll remain blind to the beauty and elegance of natural Creation until they die.
If life is extended to 1,000 years, then not only will each infected person suffer dreadfully and cause such suffering around him, but those of us who choose to abstain from these technological gifts will find it even harder to live wholesome and positive lives free from the influence of this decay.
There must exist a path to follow, for those of us who wish to remain natural, whole and safe. Each time I think about this, it comes to my mind that we might need to request some sort of spiritual assistance. If evil entities exist, then so do the good ones, and maybe we need to ask for their help, a sort of intercession, the way we’ve always done for thousands of years.
In the ‘Stargate’ TV series, there was a dividing of the ways amongst the Ancients (the Gate Builders). Some pursued an ever-more-technological path and prospered for a while. (They were eventually wiped out.) Others pursued a spiritual path and eventually Ascended.
I do believe WE are in a similar sorting-out process. As you said, ordinary technology-based humans can do a great deal of harm with 1,000 year lifespans. Or, we may go to the stars. However, it is the second path that is intriguing for me…
And the same for me, and that’s why I’m now re-thinking the Trinity, angels, demons, etc. I sense there’s something big to learn again that I didn’t get when I was younger. For years and years I rejected traditional religion and sought my spiritual education from the alternative community, but without any real deep sense of peace and reasoning.
I’d like to think that there’s a door, however small, that we can walk through to gain understanding about all of this. But where is that door?
BTW I watched the entire series of Stargates too and I love it. I think the Ori were very much like Islam I must say.