Most people know I am a fan of the 1990s classic sci-fi television series, Babylon Five. In the first season of that series, a war criminal named Warmaster Jha-dur (a leader of an extinct race named named the Dilgar which was wiped out in a war) missing for years and presumed dead, suddenly turns up on the space station to the horrified shock of the various races she oppressed and murdered. She was a kind of alien Doctor Mengele, performing horrible experiments on the sentient species that her own species had conquered, until the Earth Alliance intervened and, apparently, wiped out the Dilgar. With the exception of Jha-dur.Her sudden appearance on the space station brings the predictable demands for justice and a war crimes trial from the various races that were victims of her experiments. Unfortunately, Jha-dur brings with her a serum, a universal anti-agapic or anti-aging drug with which she hopes to barter for her freedom. She offers it to Earth, which, of course, promptly tosses morality and justice aside, and makes a deal with her for the drug. Indeed, the drug appears to work, since Jha-dur has not aged one day since the last known picture of her from years previously. All DNA tests confirm: its her. Unfortunately (or perhaps, fortunately, depending on ones lights), the ship carrying Jha-dur is blown up by another advanced alien race (the Vorlons), who tell the humans that youre not ready for immortality. So why the lengthy introduction? Well, Mr. V.T. shared this article about a similar drug that is now being tested by NASA; indeed, I blogged about this drug some time ago, which was then in development. Now, it appears there has been enough success with it in mice that it is now moving to human trials: Would YOU choose to live forever? Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months. Now this is extremely interesting, for note what is claimed for the drug:

Scientists have made a discovery that could lead to a revolutionary drug that actually reverses ageing.

The drug could help damaged DNA to miraculously repair and even protect Nasa astronauts on Mars by protecting them from solar radiation.

A team of researchers developed the drug after discovering a key signalling process in DNA repair and cell ageing.


The work has drawn the attention of Nasa, which is considering the challenge of keeping its astronauts healthy during a four-year mission to Mars.

Even on short missions, astronauts experience accelerated ageing from cosmic radiation, suffering from muscle weakness, memory loss and other symptoms when they return.

On a trip to Mars, the situation would be far worse: Five per cent of the astronauts cells would die and their chances of cancer would approach 100 per cent.

(Emphasis added)

Let that cluster of claims sink in: a drug that can accelerate radiation-damaged cell repair, and hence, conceivably ward off radiation-induced cancers. A few years ago, there was a story about an Israeli developed drug which had similar restorative properties for radiation-attacked cells. The bottom line here is that up to a point, one might have a cure for radiation sickness and damaged cells, with the possible high octane speculative potential of perhaps being able to undo severe radiation exposure, such as the type caused by thermal neutrons to individual cells. One would, of course, have to administer such a drug very quickly after such exposure, before the damage had set in past the point of no return. But it is just barely conceivable as a possibility.

The benefits for extended space voyages, as the article points out, are quite high, for one would be able to repair radiation exposure as-it-happened so to speak, effectively neutralizing one persistent problem with long space voyages.

Which brings me to my high octane speculation of the day: just how long might this technology have existed? In the Daily Mails presentation, not very long at all; its relatively recent and just now being set for human trials. But consider: weve often remarked on this site about the weird longevity of the elite, and in part, this has been explained by the process of taking blood transfusions of the very young. The thinking is that some sort of genetic mechanism exists that repairs cells. And this drug would certainly seem to fill the bill. And if one had taken blood transfusions and noticed a marked improvement and restoration of youth and vigor, one would want to know why, and perhaps then privately and very secretly funded studies into what made it work, and found the mechanism being claimed for this drug. Far-fetched? Certainly, but it would not be the first time that public technologies and disclosures of such followed a long period of private and hidden development. And its incredibly interesting that it occurs in connection with space travel (Apollo, anyone?).

Oh, and to complete the Babylon Five version of the story, Jha-dur, in a final moment of supreme triumph, discloses that her drug was made possible by the millions of lives she sacrificed in her experiments, and that the drug only works because it contains the dna of all those species... think of it as the Babylon Five version of the blood transfusion story.

It makes you wonder...

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Maatkare3114 on April 3, 2017 at 5:55 am

    Following on from the article re anti aging I found these links in my own archives. 2015 article

    nagalase…..α-N-acetylgalactosaminidase (EC is a glycoside hydrolase from bacteria and animals, also known as nagalase.

    The human gene that codes for this enzyme is NAGA. Mutations in this gene and the deficiency in alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase activity have been identified as the cause of Schindler disease…..The NAGA gene? How interesting…..

  2. zendogbreath on April 2, 2017 at 9:45 pm

    awhile back a friend studying international relations at a tender age of 17 argued emphatically with me about his desire to spread democracy to every country. when i hesitated to support that dream he compelled me to profess that democracy is the best form of government.

    that riot was quieted by asking:
    1. what’s the purpose of government – the simplest and encompassing answer that eventually came out: to make life better for the governed people.
    2. what descriptors encompass any government that fails to make life better for the governed people – again the simplest answer: an inept or corrupt government.
    3. give one example of an ept and honest government of any form that has ever existed on this planet.

    it occurred to me today to apply this more universally. we can all agree (at least here i hope) that this planet has a small group (four hundred familes?) of people who are infinitely more powerful than any and/or all government on this planet, right? if so then how is it that they so universally suck at their job?

    they own far more than half of the planet’s resources. the control far more than that. probably close to 90% of the planet’s resources. depending on what one considers their purpose in life to be, one needs to rate them at their eptitude for achieving their goal.

    so are the powers who should not be evil or good? either way they suck at achieving their goals. especially considering the unlimited resources they marshall. if they’re evil, they do a mediocre job of being evil. i mean life is still good no matter how bad they struggle to make it. if they’re good, well why waste time considering that ineptitude?

    considering all the random acts of kindness and all the happiness and all the wisdom inspite of all the programmed stupidity and ignorance, the powers who shouldn’t be suck at whatever job they’re working at.

  3. DownunderET on March 31, 2017 at 5:42 pm

    It all gets back to Enki and Ninhersag, we were engineered to do one thing and that was to service the gods. The Annunaki didn’t care what happened to us, they just wanted results. So if there is a gene that they switched off to configure us for a selected life span, then one could imagine turning it back on.

    • goshawks on March 31, 2017 at 11:21 pm

      Remember the Jem’Hadar from “Star Trek: Deep Space 9”? They were genetically-engineered to be lacking a vital substance which they could only replace by continually-taking ‘Ketracel White’ from their handlers. A whole religion and protocol was built-up around this ‘gift’. Diabolical…

      If we replace Ketracel White with whatever substance is ‘guaranteed’ to produce Longevity for humans (with the Anunnaki as the behind-the-scenes overseers), we have much the same situation. Diabolical…

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    I put this in the Transhumanist[T- people] category.
    From my perspective Transhumanism, factored down to its bare essence, means becoming technology ourselves.
    These T’s believe aging is a human disaster on an unimaginable scale, a bleeping massacre, a methodical and comprehensive annihilation of every single person.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:19 pm

      An interesting terminology the T’s have spawned is: Longevity Escape Velocity: for every year that passes, average humans life expectancy[on the healthy side of the apartheid economic divide]increases by more than a year-at which point, the chosen put a comfortable distance between their own mortality.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:25 pm

      Yet, when your really get down and dirty with this concept, you realize that this T-liberation is nothing less than a final enslavement to technology. And as I pointed out here before, the whole point of technology is that it creates an appetite for immortality on the one hand; while on the other, it threatens universal extinction[technology is lust removed from nature].
      Emerson comes to mind/A man is God in ruins.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:27 pm

      This T-liberation[copy/moderated]
      is nothing less than a final enslavement to technology.

  5. Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:02 pm

    The Transhumanist T-shirt:
    Entropy Sucks!

  6. goshawks on March 31, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    On “a drug that can accelerate radiation-damaged cell repair, and hence, conceivably ward off radiation-induced cancers,” I thought in darker terms. If you were planning on taking the planet down if you were going down, what would be the perfect drug to offer your minions to ensure their loyalty? Uh-huh…

  7. Jon on March 31, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    Or, perhaps this drug is just a smoke screen for more advanced Priore type devices, which are already in use. They would want to keep the cover story consistent with the allopathic medicine con they are using on us.

  8. Ramura on March 31, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    Just got my April edition of Clif High’s Webbot ALTA report. A quick scan showed that the technologies coming out (Antarctic or ?) would be anti-aging in great degree (“celebrities go missing for a while then return looking MUCH rejuvenated in body/face) that are SILVER based. Given that whatever has been discovered in Antarctica was probably, at the very least, found in the early 60’s then they have had at least 50-years to reverse-engineer and perfect it. I feel certain that the elite have very likely had access to some of the trials.

    Also, there is quite a bit in this report about radiation from flying airplanes and even on the ground due to solar effects (this summer: short (2-months) but “white” Sun and SO hot that people are burning themselves opening their car doors, etc.) prompting an entirely new fashion of radiation-proof clothing and goggles and that airplanes will need to be re-engineered because of the now recognized radiation level at those altitudes. The fashion will carry the label “Save your ‘nads from rads.” I thought it was referring to gonads, but from the above comment, I see that NAD seems to be some kind of essential enzyme.


    • DanaThomas on April 1, 2017 at 2:58 am

      I am reading that report too and coincidentally, a couple of days before getting it, ordered a handly little geiger counter – but not any anti-rad clothing yet 🙂

  9. Randy on March 31, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    Is it just me or IS all this “stuff” we talk bout here FUN ? & Man the “stuff” “they” have been hiding from us & Katie B SMART & CUTE Lol Half the time I have no IDEA what you are saying … but i buy it 🙂 Lol ( yea i know um lower life form LOl)

  10. emlong on March 31, 2017 at 11:14 am

    NAD precursors have been publicly available since 2013 and are generically called “Niagen.” I have been taking them for a year now and think they are fabulous. The NASA formula appears to be “souped up” with some additional enzymes though.

    • DanaThomas on April 1, 2017 at 3:06 am

      Good old nicotinamide!

  11. DanaThomas on March 31, 2017 at 11:03 am

    Etymology. Surely “agapic” derives from the Greek “agapo”, to love. So anti-agapic would be anti-love, not anti-aging, unless I’m missing something.

    • iZeta on March 31, 2017 at 5:43 pm

      Yes, anti-love of humanity. More black market human trafficking for the drug: enzymes, dna, stem cells, proteins, etc. The next drug Mark II, will target specific dying organs, so an increase in human trafficking can be expected as each organ requires specific proteins, enzymes, stem cells etc. Well , that’s one way to reduce the population.

    • Pellevoisin on March 31, 2017 at 5:52 pm

      I was confused by the term “anti-agapic” being related to aging, but it would seem abundantly clear that every scientific medical “advance” requires the partic.ipants and supporters to embark on an anti-human and anti-love plan of action.

      At first, the new ‘thing’ seems wondrous, and then a few years later we see that we sat down at table with Dracula, Sauron, the Sith Lords, and Warmaster Jha-dur

  12. marcos toledo on March 31, 2017 at 10:55 am

    I remember a syfy tv movie where immortality was used as a punishment it was titled “White Dwarf”. And I know of other tv shows where immortality shown to be more a curse than a blessing. Would you really want to not be able to die if you were trapped in a society you hated and you couldn’t die I think that would be considered living in a real life HELL.

    • zendogbreath on April 2, 2017 at 8:48 pm

      being here to see the next generation’s folly is probably what horrifies this generation with the prospect of immortality.

  13. OrigensChild on March 31, 2017 at 10:21 am

    Darwin must be laughing in his grave. The carefully chosen mechanism he used to describe the modification of species has just been redefined yet again. We now have the ultimate form of socially enhanced natural selection residing in human hands. With such power now available it will not be long before our new gods will produce real monsters.

    • zendogbreath on April 2, 2017 at 8:45 pm

      darwin and galton were the bill gates and um ah ray kurzweil? of their day? nitwit eugenicist racists with way too much money, power and time.

  14. basta on March 31, 2017 at 8:48 am

    My absolute favorite comedy of all time is “Death Becomes Her” with Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn. Wickedly funny and chock full of memorable one-liners. Isabella Rosselini plays the Jha-Dur role to Streep’s aging starlet, Madelaine Ashton, who drinks the immortal “potion” only to be pushed down the stairs of her Bel Aire manse by her vengeful and long-suffering husband, making her the undead. And off it goes… priceless comedy gold.

    Anyway, there are so many effective, known but suppressed or “overlooked” anti-aging and anti-cancer treatments out there that I’ve almost lost count. Four which have related patents come to mind, as well as a few natural compounds. But the whole pharma/medical/retirement “industry” wants you to get sick, stay sick, get something incurable that kills you off slowly, empties your life savings, and sees that you don’t dip into more than 3-5 years of social security. Win-win all around, except for you.

    • zendogbreath on April 2, 2017 at 8:44 pm

      besides basta, those cures don’t even include the large difference made simply by eating foods we were meant to eat (see weston price et al) and sleeping as we were meant to sleep. having the epigenetics of good health for the previous five generations is no small factor either.

      francis pottenger not only showed the effects of malnourished parents on their offspring leading in successive generations to a sterile sick generation, he also proved that it took five generations of well fed and maintained cats to return to a generation of well formed healthy cats. wonder how many generations it takes for humans to recover from say the kinda of stresses imposed on the netherlands at the end of ww2.

      which reminds – the netherlands provided the largest longest case study on the intergenerational results of starving pregnant mothers and the diseases inherent throughout the lives of their progeny. diabetes, addictions, heart disease,…

  15. sagat1 on March 31, 2017 at 7:18 am

    The elites sure do tend to be physically fitter and healthier than joe public and I for one don’t think it’s simply down to good diet and not having to endure the stresses of life that most have to contend with. Perhaps they’re happy to give yhe public appearance of a long life before staging death and retreating behind the curtain for their anti-aging treatment, eventually reborn into a newl role.

    Take theses pictures of Vlad as an example… the likeness is uncanny. Makes one wonder.

  16. Katie B on March 31, 2017 at 6:44 am

    I wonder if all of these stories about weird royal mating rituals – i.e. the messiah having to be born within a certain time and intercourse only allowed during a certain period to correlate with fulfilling the prophecy etc, is based on fertility cycles on another planet – an echo of ancient past. The moon may be why human women are highly fertile. On other planets perhaps not so much thus the need for greater longevity as less generations being born.

    • Kahlypso on March 31, 2017 at 7:26 am

      Think more in astronomical terms based on where the birth was taking place.
      For exemple.. Queen Betty 2 – born on the 21st April. First day of Taurus, Taurus. Apis son of Hathor..Hathor Ka being Ninhursag..Pleides.
      Might mean something, probably means nothing. Probably has nothing to do with gravity affecting harmonic resonance..
      who knows what they were measuring back then… all the good scrolls have been stolen and ransacked by the imperialistic archeologists of the 18th and 19th century.. when all those weird secret societies started springing up.
      I love the ‘weird royal mating rituals’… got an image of them prancing around each other like birds in some weird mating dance….

      • Kahlypso on March 31, 2017 at 7:55 am

        darn it.. 19 and 20th century I meant.. Wasnt a lot happening in the Otterman Empire before 1820s… other than beating back the Russians…

        (They weren’t called ‘The Camp’ back then..)

        But around that time the Germans were translating Cuniform for the first time..Interesting ‘fait divers’ … Georg Friedrich Grotefend was at the University of Göttingen when he was translating the cuneiform texts.. Gottingen was known at the time period… as the Yale of Lawyers for its epoque… And we know how nice Yale Lawyers are in todays society..
        And Gottingen was responsable for Ludwig Prandtl (boundary layers and aerodynamics) who’s work gave us , Pabst von Ohain and his Jet engine.
        Also we get Max Born hammering out the concepts of Quantum Mechanics at this university..

        Now, I agree.. Great universities attract and inspire great men to do great things…
        I wonder if the cuneform documents hadnt been translated there, if those discoveries and scientific achievements wouldnt have been accomplished elsewhere.. (yeh I know.. its complete rubbish.. but still…)

  17. Katie B on March 31, 2017 at 6:31 am

    I wonder if this drug works in tandem with the NASA branded filaments found in Morgellons sufferers? Perhaps if you were to sell immortality and the power that goes with it you would need a way of controlling people so their power did not exceed your own, an off switch? Perhaps if you were creating stormtroopers that lived 1000 years you would need to keep controlling them somehow, as with maturity and knowledge comes enlightenment – especially if your consciousness expands or changes in space. Perhaps you would need to tweak that field of information accordingly?

    • goshawks on March 31, 2017 at 2:50 pm

      Remember the Replicants in “Blade Runner”? All that ‘growing up’ away from The System had them rebelling. Fortunately, the DNA Masters had installed a genetic ‘kill switch’ against that possibility…

      • Katie B on March 31, 2017 at 4:29 pm

        Ooops Goshawks, really sorry but I clicked the report comment by accident! Sorry! all I was going to say as well was I’m ashamed to say I have never watched Blade Runner!

        • Pellevoisin on March 31, 2017 at 6:04 pm

          Blade Runner is on my list of film essentials.

        • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 6:27 pm

          A New Blade Runner 2049 is coming out Oct 6, 2017. Harrison Ford reprises his role as obsolete Blade Runner who informs the new one,

          “Things were much simpler then”.

  18. Kahlypso on March 31, 2017 at 5:43 am

    Forget Babylon 5, Go more back to Babylon for this kind of technology.. or rather the Sumerian King List.. How long did they live? AS long as they had NAD pumped into them.. thats how long..

    The NAD qualities of DNA were being tested in E Coli around the 1960s if I remember.. but I dont remember very well and I cant find a link..

    • Kahlypso on March 31, 2017 at 5:47 am

      Oh.. and we’re back to Probiosis again..Peter Thiel.. Count Dracula himself…

      • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2017 at 3:00 pm

        Count Theil, “Reverse all human ailments in the same way we can fix the bugs of a computer program. Unlike the world of stuff, in the world of bits the arrow of time can be turned backwards. Death will eventually be reduced to a solvable problem.”

  19. DanaThomas on March 31, 2017 at 5:20 am

    I have seen this story, and wonder if there is something in the association between the mooted elixir of life and the planet Mars.

    • Kahlypso on March 31, 2017 at 5:46 am

      If it is.. we have to find out why Enki warned Adapa NOT to take the food and water of life.. It may have been so we die off seeing how quickly we breed… Or there may have been another factor..

      • goshawks on March 31, 2017 at 11:03 pm

        Yeah, I remember reading-about that particular visit to Anu, and Enki’s ‘advice’. I currently see that as one of the top betrayals of all time. (Assuming the whole ‘offer’ was not a set-up for ALL the Anunnaki to have a laugh at the naive, trusting being…)

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