Immortality

In the course of its existence mankind has passed through a number of stages in its attitude to old age and death. The first stage we can call unconscious when human brain was incapable of defining death and even old age since it was governed by the animal contemplative principle.

This time can also be referred to as the time of super-organized beings, a phrase used to refer to people and related to Atlantis and Hyperborea. We’ll call this period The Atlantis Period, which refers to the time when the density of the Earth allowed for the parallel existence of two or more worlds (not more than three). The ones who were located in Atlantis did not make use of time and therefore the phenomenon of death did not apply to them because death is a temporal concept.

In the following period, i.e. the period of Antiquity – when the density of the Earth increased and the worlds stopped seeing each other – this ability was passed on to a chosen few. This period is called The period of the Flood. This is the time when the class of people was formed (this is when people originated).

These people had a good enough vision to be able to perceive the universe in its volume, part of them even possessed a vision that enabled them to maintain the link to the other worlds. During this period people perceived the world as a temporary retreat where they had to improve themselves and move on to a better world.

The following period is The Period of the Shambhala when people realized that not all of them could transcend and the spots available are less and less. This is the period of immortality because people’s ability to develop certain capabilities determined their level of immortality. Even if we strive for immortality we get death – this is an essentially post-antiquity concept that started classifying people as mortal and immortal.

The world was now driven by death therefore various religions began coming up with Saviors. People redirected their minds from the principle of immortality to the principle of eternal life, i.e. they developed desire. And their first desire was to live here and live longer. This is when the search of the elixir began and this quest continued until the 15-17 c. The leading role of time was now ultimate. The Period of Gilgamesh, when the quest for immortality based on space switched to the temporal principle enforced by Adam, Noah, Methuselah, Jesus, Zoroaster, Wiracocha, etc.

Then after the Middle Ages came the period of technology when people began to lose their natural rhythm of life and immortality became an impossible task for them. We’ll call this period The Period of the Aggressors because people began taking each other’s lives and intruding in each other’s territory.

The middle of the 19-th century sets the beginning of the time of modern technology when machines began winning over space from people. People became dependent on everything and developed a, so to say, ‘digital spirit‘.

So the Immortality project is a project that aims to prove to people the possibility of existing in other characteristics, i.e. the opportunity to experience conscious control over the processes that prove that they’ve reached the point of no return, when people can pass over to a new and controlled form of existence where they will achieve absolutely new experiences and sensations.

 

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