Blood thieves and longevity

I often talk about the Satanic elite and child sacrifice and blood taking.
In case you don’t know, here’s the science:
(Extract)
“The key to youth appears to be in the blood plasma – the liquid part of blood. Several studies have found that injecting plasma from young mice into old mice can help rejuvenate the brain and other organs, including the liver, heart, and muscle.

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Could blood plasma from young people have the same benefits? To find out, Minami and her colleagues took blood samples from 18-year-olds, and injected them into 12-month-old mice. At this age, the equivalent of around age 50 for people, the mice start to show signs of ageing – they move more slowly, and perform badly on memory tests.
The mice were given twice-weekly injections of the human plasma. After three weeks of injections, they were submitted to a range of tests. The treated mice’s performance was compared to young, 3-month-old mice, as well as old mice who had not received injections.

New neurons

They found that human plasma does have the power to rejuvenate. Treated mice ran around an open space like young mice. Their memories also seemed to improve, and they were much better at remembering their way around a maze than untreated mice.
“Young human plasma improves cognition,” says Minami, who presented her findings at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in San Diego, California, on Monday. “Their memory was preserved.”
“It’s more or less what we would expect,” says Victoria Bolotina, at Boston University in Massachusetts. “The blood of young people must have something in it that’s important for keeping them young,” she says.
The team then examined the brains of the treated and untreated mice. They looked for clues on the birth of new neurons in the hippocampus – a process called neurogenesis, which is thought to be important for memory and learning. Sure enough, the treated mice appeared to have created more new cells in their brain. “Young human plasma treatment can increase neurogenesis,” says Minami.”.

 https://www.newscientist.com/article/2112829-blood-from-human-teens-rejuvenates-body-and-brains-of-old-mice/
Now you know why the Queen Mother hit 104, why Prince Philip (96) and the Queen (90) still jog around, why so many other rulers of this reality live so long and keep working. Kissinger (93), Mugabe (92), Bush (92), Carter (92), Nathaniel Rothschild (80, a puppy!) and it goes on. Check out Wiki for any name you can think of…….

And why do the monsters crave the eating of the terrified sacrificed child’s heart?
From Wiki:

“Several small-scale studies (involving 15 or fewer test subjects) conducted in the 1950s and 1960s reported that adrenochrome triggered psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria.[2] Researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond claimed that adrenochrome is a neurotoxic, psychotomimetic substance and may play a role in schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.[3] In what they called the “adrenochrome hypothesis”,[4] they speculated that megadoses of vitamin C and niacin could cure schizophrenia by reducing brain adrenochrome.[5][6] However, these hypotheses have never been scientifically accepted.


These are some of the secrets that substantiate the power cult. A long and healthy life, healthy body and mind, these are riches indeed and much to be craved. In his 70’s, Berlusconi slept with eight women in one night…..Bill Clinton loves that Lolita Express, aged 70…..
Add it up.

Aktina Pempti

 

http://olivefarmercrete.blogspot.gr/2016/11/blood-thieves-and-longevity.html?m=1

 


Quest to prolong human life indefinitely

obsesses the rich and powerful.


The head of Google’s investment arm

thinks it is possible to live to 500.


America’s tech moguls

are spending billions of dollars to defeat ageing.

They’re Spending Fortunes on the Research they Hope will make it Possible

The ancients believed in a magical elixir, a potion that would grant what man most desired – eternal life.

Chinese emperors chased the dream by consuming long-lasting precious substances such as jade and gold, often with fatal effects.

Elizabeth Bathory, a 16th-century Transylvanian countess dubbed Lady Dracula, made an even more drastic attempt to conquer death, by bathing in the blood of young girls.

One infamous scientist, meanwhile, would inject himself with a concoction that contained dog semen, testicles and blood. At least he didn’t have to drink it, unlike those Jamaicans who followed their country’s secret recipe for longevity – tortoise scrotum soup.

Today, the quest to prolong human life indefinitely still obsesses the rich and powerful. Indeed, the head of internet giant Google’s multi-billion-dollar investment arm announced that he believes it is possible to live to 500.

‘We have tools in the life sciences to achieve anything you have the audacity to envision,’ said Bill Maris. ‘I just hope to live long enough not to die.’

In his industry, Bill Maris is far from alone in harboring the conviction that galloping advances in science and technology may soon overturn the one thing, apart from taxes, of which we are certain – for now.

 

Google co-founder Sergey Brin

talks of one day ‘curing death’

Led by the phenomenally wealthy Google, whose co-founder Sergey Brin talks of one day ‘curing death’, America’s tech moguls are quietly ploughing billions of dollars into researching how we can defeat the ageing process.

Some are driven by a genuine if questionable desire to help mankind, some by personal loss, and others by the fear of dying.

Money, too, is a motivator. If anyone does find a way of allowing us to live for decades or even centuries longer, they would stand to become exceedingly rich. Nor is the prospect as outlandish as it may seem.

It’s easy to laugh at these rich techie types who think they can ‘solve’ ageing as if it were another computational puzzle.

With software mogul Larry Ellison calling it ‘incomprehensible’ that people accept death as inevitable, they can seem to be in the grip of a communal mid-life crisis.

British gerontology theorist Aubrey de Grey

believes the first person who

will live to 1,000 has already been born


But the first person who will live to 1,000 has already been born, according to British gerontology theorist Aubrey de Grey. He believes such longevity will be achieved by genetically engineering the cells of our body to avoid the ageing process.

Before you scoff, scientists have already managed to dramatically increase the lifespans of worms, flies and even mice in this way.


Sir Colin Blakemore,

former chief executive of the British Medical Research Council,

insists there is an upper limit to how much the human body can age


We need to stop thinking that ageing is inevitable, says De Grey, and view the body like a vintage car:

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_transhumanism52.htm

 

http://www.nygardbiotech.com/latest-stem-cell-news/

 

Reverse Aging with Stem Cell Research

 

 

http://www.nygardbiotech.com/latest-stem-cell-news/

Older post of mine

Monkey Blood, RH Negative Blood Types, Presidents And Royalty

 

http://www.energeticbalancing.us/rh-negative-blood

“Most do not know that as RHO-Neg individuals, they are tracked throughout their whole lives by world-wide governmental agencies interested in understanding the genesis of this group, and for other more complex societal purposes. (follow this line of thought in the new material to be posted as a continuation of Journey to the Absolute Elsewhere)

“Here are a few tidbits about this blood thing. In ALL blood groups there exists a common microbe that in essence is THE LIFE FORCE ITSELF. During experiments that our team conducted we heated the blood to 700 degrees F and also put it in Liquid Nitrogen. This microbe which is visible only with a highly modified dark field microscope that was custom built for us was STILL ALIVE. We have also tested this on ´mummy dust´. This microbe is STILL alive after 5000 years plus when the mummy dust is placed in a ph perfect solution the same as the “live blood”, it returns back to ´life´.”

And then we have the satanic vampire cult blood drinkers who seem to be convinced the “life is in the blood.”

 

 

If this is not making sense to you, i suggest the following movie, Legend of the 8 Samarai, as they swim in a pool of human blood.

 

 

The Queen And The Missing Kids

 

PIZZAGATE JUST GOT EVEN DARKER THAN ‘EYES WIDE SHUT’

 

You may have noticed with advent of television,  a dominant theme was dracula and blood drinking. They are telling you they like blood. The royal families are related to count dracula.

 

Romanian tourist board to use alleged links between British royalty and DRACULA to boost UK visitor numbers

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2228040/Prince-Charles-heir-Draculas-blood-line-link-used-boost-tourism-Romania.html

 

Play Grounds Of The Satanists

 

Silver, Gold And Copper Used By The Ancients For Healing

 

Gold Used To Cure Cancer-Used In The Han Dynasty

 

So yeah they are collecting the blood and the gold

 

Politicians and officials named in court as ‘boy brothel’ case begins

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6 Responses to Blood thieves and longevity

  1. flyingcuttlefish says:

    Someone was talking on Ed Opperman’s show about all this autopsy stuff on TV. Corpses, , blood, CSI etc. It all became a fad at the same time. They mentioned a high up Hollywood producer nut woman who is a big biographer of Ann Rice who has a serious blood obsession.
    It had to do with these fad get-togethers of wannabe vampires who indulge in drinking each others blood. I forget her name but she is a big shot in tv. And it is all her hobby that drives these dead-body theme shows.
    Recall there hadn’t been anything along those lines on tv since ‘Quincey’ then all th udden they are every other tv show.

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  2. flyingcuttlefish says:

    Reblogged this on flying cuttlefish picayune and commented:
    Seems topical now . . .

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