Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Book Update on Secrets of an Immortal - An Eyewitness Account of 2,800 Years of History

To all of those who are interested in the progress of "the book" which I have been writing for quite a while: it is still in the editing phase however the progress is still progressing much slower than I had hoped for or planned.

Even so, all of those who have pre-ordered the book should have received their free copy of "Wake Up Moments of Inspiration" by now.

Right now, my goal is to have the eBook ready to go by Christmas with the hard cover ready for this publishers shortly thereafter.

Again my deepest apologies for the delay and a big thank you to all for your patience.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Two-meal diet aids in oldest man's longevity

A recent article by Sydne George of the Great Falls Montana Tribune and USA Today discusses what Walter Breuning who turned 113 this past Monday atributes to why he has lived so long: a calorie-restrictive diet.

Where have we heard that before?

Here are some more interesting quotes from the article:

"I have weighed the same for about 35 years," Breuning said. "Well, that's the way it should be." ... "You get in the habit of not eating at night, and you realize how good you feel. If you could just tell people not to eat so darn much."

"He gets up at 6:15 a.m. and has a big breakfast every day at 7:30 a.m. Usually it's eggs, toast or pancakes." ... "I eat a lot of fruit every day."

n addition to eating fruit every day, Breuning also takes a baby aspirin.
"Just one baby aspirin," he said, "but everybody gets that for their heart. That's the only pill I ever take, no other medicine."

The rest of the article lists his daily habits which are quite interesting ... however they are close, but not exact, to those who I have found that are living well beyond 113 years.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

I have a great interview last night with Dr. Kimberli of the Peace Meditation and Talk Radio Show

I just completed a 3 hour interview with Dr. Kimberli of the Peace Meditation and Talk Radio Show found on the Talk Shoe Radio Network. We covered a lot of topics, exchanged a lot of incredible information, and it was a lot of fun. The time went by too fast.

You can listen to the interview Here
or download it Here.

I had a chance to offer a lot of new information on my research as well as collaborate Dr. Kimberli's insights on how to live a much longer and healthier life.


Monday, September 21, 2009

Ben Abba Discusses "Frozen in Time" on Abundance Alley Sept. 22nd

Ben Abba returns to the Abundance Alley Radio Show, the Tuesday, September 22nd at 7PM EDT (6PM CDT, 5PM MDT, & 4PM PDT).

The main topic on Tuesday will be the possibility of being "frozen in time" and living life without aging. Other topics include how to live to 500 years and remote viewing

The show is hosted by Laury Carty and Suzanne Barros and is heard live at . Abundance Alley discusses how to manifest the life we dream of living; including the many tools and techniques for doing this. Abundance Alley also reveals how to strengthen our own intuition and relationship with our Higher Self or God, Guides and Angels, and channeling guidance for yourself and others.

Tune in for what should be a very informative conversation.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

"World's Oldest Person", Gertrude Baines, Passes Away on September 11th

Gertrude Baines, who is now the world's oldest person according to the Guiness World Records, died on September 11th at the young age of 115 years.

What was Ms. Baines' secret to her longevity? "Live a life of moderation adn abstention", was what she told those who asked her.

Quoting various articles: "Gertrude Baines once told her physician Dr Charles Witt about her secret of longevity. “She told me that she owes her longevity to the Lord, that she never did drink, she never did smoke and she never did fool around,” Witt said at a party marking her 115th birthday."

"Her vices were crispy bacon, fried chicken and watching the Jerry Springer Show each day."

With the passing of Gertrude Baines, Mary Josephine Ray of New Hampshire now claims the title as the oldest person in the United States according to several news sources.

However, according to the "Gerontology Research Group", the only person (they know of) in the world that is known to be older than Ms. Ray is Kama Chinen of Japan. Kama Chinen is said to be seven days older than Ms. Ray.

As readers of this blog and listeners of my interviews know: according to my research, the oldest living American is about 150 years of age living in Arizona. And the world's oldest person, that I could find and make contact with is nearly 2,800 years of age