“Beauty is a witch against whose charms faith melted into blood.” – ShakespeareGW - Peter Thiel

In an interview with Inc. magazine, billionaire Paypal founder, Peter Theil said he was very interested in young people’s blood.

In fact, Thiel believes that blood transfusions from young donors may hold the key to his dream of living forever.

I guess we can say that he is hell bent on restoring eternal youth and immortality.

Injecting blood from a younger person in your veins is called parabiosis, and elites like Theil feel that it is a great way to improve health and potentially reverse aging.

Inc. Magazine recently reported, “Speaking of weird and unsavory, if there’s one thing that really excites Thiel, it’s the prospect of having younger people’s blood transfused into his own veins.

“I’m looking into parabiosis stuff, which I think is really interesting. This is where they did the young blood into older mice and they found that had a massive rejuvenating effect,” Thiel told Bercovici. “And so that’s… that is one that… again, it’s one of these very odd things where people had done these studies in the 1950s and then it got dropped altogether. I think there are a lot of these things that have been strangely under-explored.”

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The editor of Technocracy News said, “Billionaire Peter Thiel believes it all: Singularity, Convergence, Transcendence and most importantly, Transhumanism. In other words, Thiel wants to become immortal and live forever, essentially becoming a god. He is spending his billions to achieve it.”

What these people need to understand is that they are not just messing with blood and aging, but the seat of the soul and human consciousness which resides in the blood and heart. For example, parabiosis is actually defined as a class of techniques in which two living organisms are joined together surgically and develop single, shared physiological systems, such as a shared circulatory system or shared blood.

This is what happens when you receive blood from someone else. You are not just receiving their blood, but also their soul and life that is now joined together with yours. This is partly he reason that people feel and look younger because they are now dual beings. Their original self is now merged with the soul of the younger person whose soul is now part of them.

I had written about this in my article, The Seat of the Soul where I explain the ancient belief that blood is a magical life-giving property that is the place of consciousness, the true mind and seat of the soul. The loss of blood is the loss of life, and the death or transition of the soul into the nether world.

Aristotle had said in some people’s opinion blood is life itself, and he attributed the power of thought to the heart, which he said also contained the soul. The Roman Poet Virgil whose ancestors were both Phoenician and Greek, speaks of the purple blood as the purple soul and famously said, “He vomits forth his purple soul.” The Greek-Roman physician, surgeon and philosopher, Galenos said, “blood is the soul” (αίμαείναιτηνψυχήν or haema einai ten psychen). The Greek pre-Socratic philosopher, Empedocles (c.492-432 BC) considered the blood to be the same as the soul (ψυχή=psyche), and connection to the spirit (πνεύμα=pneuma).

The bible speaks of the “pouring out of the soul,” and “the offering of the soul.” In Leviticus 17:11 is written, “and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul, ” and Leviticus 17:14; “because the life of every creature is its blood.  

Jesse KarmazinThis new parabiosis movement is being led by a California startup blood magic company called Ambrosia that was founded by Stanford-trained physician, Jesse Karmazin.

In the ancient Greek myths, ambrosia (Greek: ἀμβροσία, “immortality”) is sometimes the food or drink of the Greek gods, often depicted as conferring longevity or immortality upon whoever consumed it. The consumption of ambrosia was typically reserved for divine beings.

Upon his assumption into immortality on Olympus, Heracles is given ambrosia by Athena, while the hero Tydeus is denied the same thing when the goddess discovers him eating human brains. In one version of the myth of Tantalus, part of Tantalus’ crime is that after tasting ambrosia himself, he attempts to steal some away to give to other mortals.

Those who consume ambrosia typically had not blood in their veins, but ichor

Ambrosia’s founder, the Stanford-trained physician Jesse Karmazin, became interested in aging as an undergraduate about a decade ago after witnessing a mouse study that had shown the reversal of aging symptoms across every major organ system.

Karmazin’s work was also influenced by the research of a Russian physician named Alexander Bogdanov, who in the 1920s gave himself infusions of young human blood that he claimed boosted his energy level and gave him a more youthful appearance.

There is “overwhelming data” suggesting that young plasma will be beneficial to people, Karmazin says.

“The effects seem to be almost permanent,” he says. “It’s almost like there’s a resetting of gene expression.”

Karmazin’s firm recently started clinical trials where each patient, aged 35 and older must pay $8,000 to receive an infusion of plasma (blood) derived from a young donor (16-25 years of age). A panel of age-associated biomarkers will be measured before and after treatment.

One of Karmazin’s blood role models, Alexander Bogdanov, was a marxist and a key figure in the early history of the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, being one of its co-founders and a rival to Vladimir Lenin until being expelled in 1909.

Ironically, Bogdanov didn’t extend his life and instead ended it when he died from the result of a blood transfusion after he became infected with both TB and malaria.

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