Butterflies Need No Taxidermist
Every cell in your body is a totipotent stem cell.
Everything in and out of your body is capable of renewal and regeneration.
Imagination is low-tech.
It’s only limited by your imagination and your will power to live your truth till Midnight Eternity.
Big Science is high-tech.
Its corporate agents force-feed you whoppers like, “Embryonic cells within the first couple of cell divisions after fertilization are the only cells that are totipotent..”
If you believe that, I have some oceanfront property in Sedona to sell you.
Agents of Big Science degrade your totipotent stem cells into pluripotent ones, then multipotent ones, then cells with no potency at all.
Big Science exists to ease you into your casket and sing you a technological lullaby at your funeral.
Big Science only allows “really evil people” to let the blessings be by offering us boons like …
“Then, I give you life eternal. Everlasting love. The power of the storm. And the beasts of the earth. Walk with me to be my loving wife, forever.”
Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula is banned from Obamacare hospitals — not that the Transylvanian Impaler would deem to set foot in any of these Watsonian shrines.
(Watsonian refers to Dr. James D. Watson, not Dr. John H. Watson of Sherlock Holmes fame.)
What does advanced hospital technology and genetic doctrine have to do with Eternal Life?
Life after death is allowed, but Yogis like Physical Immortalists like Mahavatar Babaji are banned from disinfectant-smelling hospital corridors.
Imagination is bad for business, so hospitals are jam-packed with anti-imagination medical devices to validate your dying gnosis.
Gnosis is supposed to lead to HENOSIS, not death.
Marriage and Tantric Yogis are sexual demotions of henosis into “becoming one flesh.”
Warning: Reading science books may be hazardous to your health.
Tom Robbins (Jitterbug Perfume, 1984) wrote …
“We seem to face an enemy who, no matter how many times we win, will best us in the end. He has so many allies: time, disease, boredom, stupidity, religious quackery, and bad habits. Maybe, as Dr. Dannyboy has postulated, all these things, including disease and our relationship with time, are merely bad habits. If so, an ultimate victory is possible. For individuals, if not for the mass. And maybe evolution — playful, adventurous, unpredictable, infuriatingly slow (by our standards of time) evolution — will rescue us eventually, according to a master plan.”
According to the same source …
“To physically overcome death — is that not the goal? — we must think unthinkable thoughts and ask unanswerable questions. Yet we must not lose ourselves in abstract vapors of philosophy. Death has his concrete allies, we must enlist ours.”
Why put limits on master plans? What if there IS a plan for the masses as well as for individuals?
Frank J. Tipler (The Physics of Immortality: Modern Cosmology, God and the Resurrection of the Dead, 1994) wrote …
“Now the individuals of the far future (or individualized conscious subprograms of the Universal Mind) will either be immortal themselves or will expect themselves to be resurrected, and furthermore, the disappearance of horizons will mean that all individuals can expect to interact, at least indirectly, with all other individuals an infinite number of times. Thus we would expect the present value of the future to be high and the probability of future interaction to be very close to 1. Hence a strategy of ‘cheap’ altruism will probably be adopted by the individuals of the far future. As pointed out below, selfish reasons alone — historical research as part of the drive toward total knowledge, which is required for continued survival — imply that humans probably will be resurrected. Once resurrected, cheap altruism will probably keep them alive forever. Simply erasing the resurrected dead from the computer memory would not be consistent with the optimal survival strategy of life in the far future.”