By Stephen. January 19th, 2000

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  1. Terri says:

    Bit of a late reply, but my curiosities get the better of me on Thursday afternoon, researching the “impossible” and intriguing. I just find it a little difficult to believe that whilst trying to cover up your existence, you would post on a website that is easily trackable, there are others, unlike me, who would abuse the general privacy of people and do so for their own selfish reasons. I am a natural skeptic who has a curious mind and a natural ability to question things and people until someone gets cranky (curiosity killed the cat) but I still like to imagine that there are secrets of the world still in-tact.

  2. mark says:

    the truth is, i’m a bit skeptical and at the same time curious and interested about the subject of immortality. if such person really exists, it would really be a great privelege on my part to know him and how he did it. i mean, i’m just human, and immortality’s gotta be any man’s greatest and perhaps most foolish wish. it really beyond human understanding.
    if given the chance to be truly immortal, i would certainly grab it. there’s just too much to do and it can’t be done in one lifetime.
    wow. i can’t believe i’m saying all of this.i guess this is just raw human nature. wheow. i want to be immortal. who doesn’t? pm me. 09157039100

  3. John says:

    I don’t think I would want to be immortal. It would be interesting to see some things and move through history, the birth (and death) of nations. The development of technology and other things. Honestly though I’m just as excited to see what comes next. Where the next great adventure leads. Immortality is very interesting and it would be incredible to speak to someone who has been there and has seen it but otherwise, unless I’m missing something… It isn’t really for me.

  4. james says:

    I have doubts about the immortals quoted on this site.
    To gain immortality and it not be a curse your moral compass is there all the time since you were a child.
    The barbaric nature of past civilization would have disgusted you and you would leave to be in nature away from all the foulness.
    Hermits etc. Many in China near Xian. Fellow did a documentary called among white clouds.
    If you achieve through a substance, still has spiritual affect.
    You achieve through spiritual practise has spiritual affect.
    Immortality is when all Karmas burned off and you smell sweet, like the rosy cross founder. India is called jeevasamadhi, and it has many stages.
    True immortality is when blood and bone are converted to light.

    here is a link by a fellow who examines immortality and gives you names dates

    and to the fellow John in the above post
    It is natural to be immortal you might want to re think your concept of existence when you realize you are not yet a True Human functioning naturally as you were made.

  5. james says:

    Also to add
    There are no mortals.
    too fight over whether “mortals” should get physical immortality is fucking pointless. excuse the french ox
    we all are already immortal, just ignorant on How to utilize our own natural system. Body.

    All humans are immortal, your mortality is the deception.
    Immortal is how you were born.
    You have been fed lies by these elites and these civilizations
    who would like it if they stayed the only ones who knew

    and you ate what they wanted
    breathed what they wanted
    drank what they wanted

  6. james says:

    can ox get in touch ?

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