Sunday, December 13, 2009

A Rebuttal to Those Against Life Extension, Human Longevity, and Physical Immortality.

I am often attacked by those believe "we" do not have enough resources to support the population that we have, by those who believe we have to "let die" or "kill off" our seniors to make room for our youth, by those who firmly believe in Zero Population Growth (ZPG), and by those who live in denial that a Creator (GOD) exists.

I can offer many rebuttals to all of these. Here is a short list:

1. Our planet is a "big" place, our universe is even bigger. There is an infinite amount of space to live and resources for us to survive, on a planet and in our universe if we are smart enough to find them and smart enough to use them intelligently.

2. In order to create a pyramid, we need a large base. To create an even bigger pyramid requires us to have an even bigger base. What this means is as our population expands, so can our means to develop more complex technology, create new energy sources, make better use of the resources that we have, feed more people with less resources. and reach the stars to find more of whatever we need to survive.

3. We need more senior citizens, centenarians, and super-centenarians to help our civilization stop making the same mistakes our predecessors made which we continue to relive. We need those long memories on how we survived the tough times, how we overcame diversity, those unwritten lessons of life, and those moral mistakes our grandparents tried and failed to do. This appears to be a common message I have received from those "ancients" that I have interviewed.

4. We will need more population for our species to survive. Yes, if a fatal disease or attack decimates our population (which is becoming more likely every day) and the more people we have when the attack occurs, the better the chances some will survive and perpetuate our species.

5. If you have any beliefs of a Creator, then you already know we have infinite abundance available for the asking. If you have a belief in higher lifeforms somewhere in our universe, then there has to be available resources in other parts of our universe which could be bartered for with them. In either case, the belief in limited resources is for those who possess "limited minds".

Friday, December 4, 2009

Remote Viewing & Remote Sending Immortals

I had another excellent interview with Dipali of "Awaken to Your Real Self Radio Show" yesterday. This radio show can be found on the Talk Shoe radio network.

However, this time the topic focused on my experiences learning how to perform "remote viewing" and my experiences with "remote sending" and how I used both techniques to successfully locate and make contact with super-centenarians; including real "immortals" living among us today.

I started the show describing how I discovered remote viewing and then began my training with Major Ed Dames to become a professional remote viewer. I also described with some details, my unusual experiences as I remote viewed various targets that Major Dames subjected me to. And then I described how I was taught by Major Dames, either intentionally or by accident, how
to perform "remote sending" and how incredible of a tool it was in my research.

Both incredible skills can be taught to anyone and I have experienced alot of successes using these tools. Check out Dipali's interview on the Talk Shoe radio network for even more details.

I have another interview scheduled this Saturday, December 5th on the "All We Are" radio show on the Blog Talk Radio network. I will review more secrets from these immortals and remote viewing this Saturday.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

More Questions About My Research with a Real Immortal

Answers to questions to received which I would like to share with the rest of you:

How can one live their life to the fullest when they must give up their friends every decade or so to the spectre of death?

However, as this blog points out, a person who has survived almost 2,800 years on this planet, can live his life at its fullest, despite finding new friends and family every century or so. He considers making new relationships after losing old ones vital to his survival.

... Is a naive belief that immortality brings release from earthly fears?

It is not that immortality brings release from earthly fears; it is the release of earthly fears that bring about immortality. Walking barefoot on hot coals is the easiest way to prove this.

What if someone were physically immortal without ever being aware of their immortality mentally until a significant period of time had elapsed?

While I have still not obtained any DNA sample from this gentlemen yet, he has confined in me that none of his offspring ever achieved immorality. So, unless he is a physical abnormality, it is unlikely his immortality is purely caused by having the "right genes" at the right time.

While his story to me was that he was not aware of his immortality right away, he did reveal a few tidbits that suggest he was mentally prepared for immortality at a young age (i.e. avoided attending any funerals).

I would however hypothesize to you that the repetitive grief of losing friends and loved ones over time can be debilitating rather than stimulating to survival. Exposure to grief casts a heavy pallor on one's soul. Repeatedly, it can drag one down into the very depths of hell itself.

I totally agree that the repetitive grief of losing friends and family members takes its toll on all of us. This has been, and will continue to be, an important item of my research with this man.

He appears to treat each loss as someone who has left his life on a long vacation as oppose to losing someone to death. This is a very difficult lesson for me, but I am attempting to apply this in my own life and observer others who have done the same.

So far through my research, it appears to me that physical immortality is achieved through "programming", or more precisely, "reprogramming" rather than a physical gene or a powerful drug or some kind of incantation. I will keep discussing my research further through this blog and other media that I have access to.

Liara Covert sent me a list of questions to answer to get our discussion going. Even though most of the questions truly deserves a lengthy answer, I have attached as a brief of answer as I can give right now.

1) In your research, have you encountered female immortals? (beings in
female bodies).

1 that is near 160 years of age.

If not, have you heard tell of them? Why or why not?

Why only 1 woman so far ... I can only speculate at this time.

2) Do immortals as you know them consciously interconnect amongst

Another shocker ... no!

That is, how do they sense one another?

No, they do not.

Telepathy is one skill that human beings are awakening to within on a
wider scale. This is revolutionizing dialogue. Is this something
immortals in your research use widely?

Not sure, I have evidence of some or partial telepathy; but not fully

3) You say your work background is in the financial sector. What sort of
impact does research into longevity and super-centenarians have on your
view of your livelihood and your sense of true self?

A very positive one once I applied my knowledge of "health abundance"

4) Do you sense you (as a "modern" man) have more of an impact on the
immortals you discover or, would you say they have more of an impact on
your conscious awakening?

I have always sensed that they have a greater impact on me and often
worried how could i return the favor, in so way. Now, as I discussed on
today's show, I can see a possible way to have some positive impact on
them as well.


When the student is ready the teacher will appear; or in our case,
another enlighten being that will solve a problem that needs to be solved.

5) What advice can you offer a person who wants to live forever but does
not wish to trade his soul for immortality?

Start each morning stating firmly, clearly, and from the heart: "I am
an immortal". Reading my blogs & books, listening to my interviews will
help even more.

6) As you sense and accept you live forever, how does this change your
priorities? That is, what lifestyle and belief shifts do you notice
within yourself?

As I stated in interview, my priorities to eat healthier, to reduce the
stress in my life, to choose less stressful work has become a higher
priority for me.

7) How do you see science fiction influences what human beings believe
or disbelieve about lifespans?

In some cases, I believe science fiction has opened the doors and minds
within all of us, to ideas that were "impossible" years ago.

8) More and more people speak of internal energy shifts, and raising
consciousness of abilities they did not consciously know or accept.
Other than evolving views about immortality, what shifts do you sense
within yourself?

More love, less fear, more confidence, less worries, more abundance,
less lack, more energy, less fatigue in my life.

9) How does your research into immortality invite you to face and
overcome different levels of fear and illusion?

Fear of death is a very controlling part of our lives; without that
fear, we feel more free, and act even free-er.

10) What kinds of implications do you sense in society, based on the
information on immortality you are uncovering?

Intense fear of the possibility that immortality is possible has been
quite shocking. The possibility of removing the fear of death is even
more fearful to those who believe death, in particular a shorter lifespan benefits society.