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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


I believe that if you become immortal you really have some kind of mission, there's some reason for your existence. And things will be beyond 'wishing' it didn't happen or 'wishing' you become mortal again...

Peace
 Quoting: 1908247


who would tell you of that mission?
who explains, the reason why you exist, to you?


sorry, I don't mean to be so "agressive" feeling kinda strange today hehe.
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Not sure, never put too many thoughts on that matter...
I don't think anybody tells it to you literally.. Maybe you tell it to yourself, maybe you remember it, maybe you achieve it through a lot, really a lot of work.
Knowledge is somewhere... And events always leads to other events.. in a flow.. Maybe if someone is destined to achieve it, comprehend it, that someone will accomplish it...
Peace! Its okay to be agressive sometimes, everything is part of everything.. and its tough times we are living on..

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A tad off topic, I just wanted to throw my 2 cents lol.....I really like all of the avatars on this thread. Especially the wolf ones. Always had an affinity for wolves-did you know that the auto-immune disease Lupus means wolf? Maybe that is why I like wolves, rofl.......I love all you guys-no matter the differences.

Angels, do you know anything about angels-dumb question....just curious on what your opinion is-I saw an angel when I was 4 years old-vague memory-my mom told me I told her I saw one. Just wonder what is signifies, if anything. Maybe it was guardian angel?

Please forgive me or delete this post if needed-I realize it is about immortality.....my mind just likes to wander about all the possibilities in life.

Have a great Wednesday all :)

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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


Physical immortality is not about living a thousand years consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
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Angels-do you believe in reincarnation?
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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


I believe that if you become immortal you really have some kind of mission, there's some reason for your existence. And things will be beyond 'wishing' it didn't happen or 'wishing' you become mortal again...

Peace
 Quoting: 1908247


who would tell you of that mission?
who explains, the reason why you exist, to you?


sorry, I don't mean to be so "agressive" feeling kinda strange today hehe.
 Quoting: Michael_


Hey Michael what does the image that you utilize for your avatar signify?

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A tad off topic, I just wanted to throw my 2 cents lol.....I really like all of the avatars on this thread. Especially the wolf ones. Always had an affinity for wolves-did you know that the auto-immune disease Lupus means wolf? Maybe that is why I like wolves, rofl.......I love all you guys-no matter the differences.

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Hey Michael what does the image that you utilize for your avatar signify?
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Got no idea man, it came to me doing meditation/day dream, I just felt like I had to make it "real",so I made it in paint and used it as an avatar.
It's kinda homegrown in a way hehe.
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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


Physical immortality is not about living a thousands consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


so you are talking about cheating death in a way, that you avoid situations that would have killed you?

What do you mean with an alternate scenario?
Someone else could die instead of you?
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Hey Michael what does the image that you utilize for your avatar signify?
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Got no idea man, it came to me doing meditation/day dream, I just felt like I had to make it "real",so I made it in paint and used it as an avatar.
It's kinda homegrown in a way hehe.
 Quoting: Michael_


Minus the curved line running horizontally, the rest of that pattern looks like the lines of my palm. That 'M' shape originating from a single focal point at the top. That's what it reminded me of. That that was cool.

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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


Physical immortality is not about living a thousand years consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


so you are talking about cheating death in a way, that you avoid situations that would have killed you?

What do you mean with an alternate scenario?
Someone else could die instead of you?
 Quoting: Michael_


Is not about avoiding the situations. The point of death still occurred. TPTB will choose another individual (usually a volunteer) to fill the void that is created by having to adjust time and space.
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So far in less than 1 year on GLP I have met 3 Jesus's, 1 Enki, 1 Lucifer, 1 Annunaki Princess, and a plethora of other immortals I was previously unfamiliar with. 1dunno1
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Thanks for the laugh. lol
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The scientific way not to age is through a virus that is going to manipulate not your dna structure but the information which leads into changes in your body.
It is the opposite mechanism of cancer.Cancer is a dna damage.The virus i am talking about is a dna restorage via inforamtion.
It has to be injected in your body every seven years.

You cant be immortal.You just dont age.But you die of accidents etc.

No human being can be immortal.
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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


Physical immortality is not about living a thousand years consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


so you are talking about cheating death in a way, that you avoid situations that would have killed you?

What do you mean with an alternate scenario?
Someone else could die instead of you?
 Quoting: Michael_


Is not about avoiding the situations. The point of death still occurred. TPTB will choose another individual (usually a volunteer) to fill the void that is created by having to adjust time and space.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


So they would gladly live on, knowing that someone else died? who could live with that? they have to be pretty cold I guess :o)
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So far in less than 1 year on GLP I have met 3 Jesus's, 1 Enki, 1 Lucifer, 1 Annunaki Princess, and a plethora of other immortals I was previously unfamiliar with. 1dunno1
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Thanks for the laugh. lol
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hf

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Physical immortality is not about living a thousand years consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


so you are talking about cheating death in a way, that you avoid situations that would have killed you?

What do you mean with an alternate scenario?
Someone else could die instead of you?
 Quoting: Michael_


Is not about avoiding the situations. The point of death still occurred. TPTB will choose another individual (usually a volunteer) to fill the void that is created by having to adjust time and space.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


So they would gladly live on, knowing that someone else died? who could live with that? they have to be pretty cold I guess :o)
 Quoting: Michael_


It's not that they want to. It's because there is a purpose. The ones that volunteer step up for the greater good of humanity. The one that continues can wise up and not put themselves into situations where death is more imminent. But there are other forces and factors that will try to defeat the individual(s) to avoid their true day of reckoning.
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so you are talking about cheating death in a way, that you avoid situations that would have killed you?

What do you mean with an alternate scenario?
Someone else could die instead of you?
 Quoting: Michael_


Is not about avoiding the situations. The point of death still occurred. TPTB will choose another individual (usually a volunteer) to fill the void that is created by having to adjust time and space.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


So they would gladly live on, knowing that someone else died? who could live with that? they have to be pretty cold I guess :o)
 Quoting: Michael_


It's not that they want to. It's because there is a purpose. The ones that volunteer step up for the greater good of humanity. The one that continues can wise up and not put themselves into situations where death is more imminent. But there are other forces and factors that will try to defeat the individual(s) to avoid their true day of reckoning.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


Ah I see, there are more than 2 sides to most things hehe ;D
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yes but how long is a 1000 years to God? could be a day, could be 100, could be 100000. An All knowing all powerful God, may not measure time as we do...


Any hoot. have lots of children and live through them. The body is flesh but the soul is forever.
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Well I hear ya...but I am not speaking about god. I am not speaking about the soul. I know this...

talking about real life immortality...

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


Alchemy aka Philosopher's Stone, soul powers (some have the soul power of immortality but its quite rare), the lifeforce is related to electrons but the soul also causes aging as it causes the cause of death most of the time unless destiny is changed mostly by accidents.
Ascension can also change the body. I read somewhere that in the near future humans are able to create a physical body at will through the power of their ascended soul. Quite a few people have already ascended but help those who have not.
Often times the soul decides its best for its evolution to not be immortal and to have a lot of suffering as to speed its progress.
Other than that if you want to pursue it alchemy is your best bet.
History is swamped with stories about the philosopher's stone and they are all consistent as to what the philosopher's stone looks like and what it can do and how to make it stronger.
As for the disbelievers you don't know shit. Transmutation is possible even in living beings. 'Biological Transmutation' it is called. Like I said the lifeforce is related to electrons. Electricity is not a movement of electrons I think.
'Cold Electricity' does not kill when you touch it and it can light a bulb under water even. I think that is electricity without amperage whatever amperage is.
Electricity is 2 parts if I understand it correctly, voltage and amperage and you can separate it like Nikola Tesla did, which some term 'splitting the positive'.
Basically you separate the voltage from the magnetic field, by forcing the voltage to jump over a spark gap while holding the magnetic field at bay, so it gets separated. This can only be done with short rapid pulses.

As for the electron and proton charges or forces, which I think are related to electricity and magnetism, you can read the book of Baron Charles von Reichenbach, but I think you won't read it and I have just wasted my time typing this down.
I will say that your soul does not think it is important to be immortal and in fact it almost stops the evolution of your spirit.
If your soul did think it was important your soul power would be immortality but even those souls do not use it all the time. When activated they don't age but when their soul decides it cant learn much more in that particular life it will make itself sick and die. So immortality beyond a perfect body is not something the soul can really use that much.
The alchemists themselves do not publicly release alchemy because it would stop spiritual development for most, especially undeveloped souls.
Or so I read.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1141627


I would hope you won't think this is a waste to type down. I find it very facinating. I have heard about this stone although I don't know too much about it...but that's why this thread is hear to learn. Thank you for taking time to post this.

bump

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what do you mean? 1dunno1
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Listen to the song.

 Quoting: RedwoodPerch

I understand Red...I am in the same damn place lol
 Quoting: ~Angels~



I was referring this (and my previous posts) to the topic at hand. The lyrics in both songs have significant meaning to what you were inquiring about. I haven't been in that 'place' for over 2 decades now. Both songs gave me insight about our mere morality on this planet.
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I am glad you are not in that place...it's lonely. I am sorry I misunderstood Red.

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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


I believe that if you become immortal you really have some kind of mission, there's some reason for your existence. And things will be beyond 'wishing' it didn't happen or 'wishing' you become mortal again...

Peace
 Quoting: 1908247


who would tell you of that mission?
who explains, the reason why you exist, to you?


sorry, I don't mean to be so "agressive" feeling kinda strange today hehe.
 Quoting: Michael_


Not sure, never put too many thoughts on that matter...
I don't think anybody tells it to you literally.. Maybe you tell it to yourself, maybe you remember it, maybe you achieve it through a lot, really a lot of work.
Knowledge is somewhere... And events always leads to other events.. in a flow.. Maybe if someone is destined to achieve it, comprehend it, that someone will accomplish it...
Peace! Its okay to be agressive sometimes, everything is part of everything.. and its tough times we are living on..
 Quoting: 1908247


popcorn

hf
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A tad off topic, I just wanted to throw my 2 cents lol.....I really like all of the avatars on this thread. Especially the wolf ones. Always had an affinity for wolves-did you know that the auto-immune disease Lupus means wolf? Maybe that is why I like wolves, rofl.......I love all you guys-no matter the differences.

Angels, do you know anything about angels-dumb question....just curious on what your opinion is-I saw an angel when I was 4 years old-vague memory-my mom told me I told her I saw one. Just wonder what is signifies, if anything. Maybe it was guardian angel?

Please forgive me or delete this post if needed-I realize it is about immortality.....my mind just likes to wander about all the possibilities in life.

Have a great Wednesday all :)

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we don't always have to stay on topic...lol

I know some things about angels...had an amazing experience when I was little.

My outlook on them has never changed...they are everywhere...they will guide you and protect you...

That could very well be your guardian angel. Imo some of us have more than one angel that watches over us. What it signifies could only be determined by you. For instance when I had my experience I was very traumatized cause I thought my parents were gonna get divorced. It bothered me to no end...the thought of not waking up to my father every day...but then again it doesn't have to mean anything. You were a child and children see past what we adults can see. There minds are more open to everything around them.

I would never delete your post...hell if I kept the posts from last night what does that tell ya? lol Never be afraid to post anything you want to on my threads. I really don't mind at all...have a good night honey hugs

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so if you managed to become immortal in this place and with your body, what would you do?

what would you do after 100 years? after 1000 years?
at what point would you wish you were mortal and could "start over" forgetting all and experience everything anew
 Quoting: Michael_


Physical immortality is not about living a thousand years consecutively. The human body still has to endure limitations of flesh within the realm of physical aging. Physical immortality is about defeating situations relating to death within that time frame. One can still die, but it is up to TPTB to evaluate that pivotal moment and adjust time and space accordingly to rectify the situation. Usually an alternate scenario has to fill the void that this will create.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


still loving your posts red lol

peace

hf
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Angels-do you believe in reincarnation?
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100%

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The scientific way not to age is through a virus that is going to manipulate not your dna structure but the information which leads into changes in your body.
It is the opposite mechanism of cancer.Cancer is a dna damage.The virus i am talking about is a dna restorage via inforamtion.
It has to be injected in your body every seven years.

You cant be immortal.You just dont age.But you die of accidents etc.

No human being can be immortal.
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A virus? How many know of this? What's the name? any side effects? I would not be comfortable injecting a virus into my body...

hf
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Hello Blue Skies

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Is not about avoiding the situations. The point of death still occurred. TPTB will choose another individual (usually a volunteer) to fill the void that is created by having to adjust time and space.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


So they would gladly live on, knowing that someone else died? who could live with that? they have to be pretty cold I guess :o)
 Quoting: Michael_


It's not that they want to. It's because there is a purpose. The ones that volunteer step up for the greater good of humanity. The one that continues can wise up and not put themselves into situations where death is more imminent. But there are other forces and factors that will try to defeat the individual(s) to avoid their true day of reckoning.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


Ah I see, there are more than 2 sides to most things hehe ;D
 Quoting: Michael_


nothing is ever easy or simple I guess...

hf
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Hello Blue Skies

hf
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Afternoon.....Was going to do some weeding. Decided doing house work would be a lot cooler. What with the balmy 95F outside. lolhf
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The scientific way not to age is through a virus that is going to manipulate not your dna structure but the information which leads into changes in your body.
It is the opposite mechanism of cancer.Cancer is a dna damage.The virus i am talking about is a dna restorage via inforamtion.
It has to be injected in your body every seven years.

You cant be immortal.You just dont age.But you die of accidents etc.

No human being can be immortal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18271686


A virus? How many know of this? What's the name? any side effects? I would not be comfortable injecting a virus into my body...

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~



There's also a natural way to slow down the effects of aging of the flesh. It's a combination of spiritual awakenings compiled with different forms of moisture.
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The scientific way not to age is through a virus that is going to manipulate not your dna structure but the information which leads into changes in your body.
It is the opposite mechanism of cancer.Cancer is a dna damage.The virus i am talking about is a dna restorage via inforamtion.
It has to be injected in your body every seven years.

You cant be immortal.You just dont age.But you die of accidents etc.

No human being can be immortal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18271686


A virus? How many know of this? What's the name? any side effects? I would not be comfortable injecting a virus into my body...

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~



There's also a natural way to slow down the effects of aging of the flesh. It's a combination of spiritual awakenings compiled with different forms of moisture.
 Quoting: RedwoodPerch


I am feeling moist... I believe it's called perspiration. Will this do the trick? cool2

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