Many people also falsely have been obsessing over becoming immortal, but for no particular reason either.Young Faith wrote: ↑Wed Sep 01, 2021 9:42 pmI particularly hate when people say that they supposedly would not want to be immortal because the enemy basically told humanity for centuries that immortality is something bad and unnatural. These people when asked if they would want to be immortal would probably answer something like "I would not want to see everyone else die" or either "It would get boring". This is for the most part Hollywood's fault, as there are plenty of movies and series where the theme of immortality gets explored by one or more immortal characters than carry this trait like if it was a burden. First example coming to my mind is the character Cain from the popular TV series Lucifer, which I guess it's cool that they explore a non-evil version of Lucifer, but everything else is just straight garbage. Even Highlander has the same theme if I remember well. Holy fuck, what a horrible message that movie has, these immortal beings fighting each other and the prize is mortality.
The fear of many people for immortality is not a very misplaced fear at all times. One living forever at the level of a very materialist lifestyle, would eventually become very boring and dull.
The Gods have placed the ability of immortality in sight, but the key is that as one is getting there, they also elevate their soul. This is why this is the end goal in Satanism and that is achieved by Meditation and the Magnum Opus.
A person being solely biologically immortal, might as well be a cursed. Death in such a person, or even the renewal of becoming another person through reincarnation, is actually revitalizing. Woes can be left behind and many people can forget and have a fresh start. The soul remains and they can heal it in the next go. For many normal people, death can come as a relief, after a human being has come full circle.
For those who also work spiritually, they can be elevated and lifted to higher levels of being to continue easier, and so on, so forth.
The enemy did not only remove the "Tree of Life" aka Immortality from humanity. They removed first and foremost before that the "Tree of Knowledge". This is the consciousness and spiritual understanding.
There is an Ancient Greek myth of Tithonus. Tithonus was made immortal by a Goddess, by in the allegory the Goddess forgot to give him eternal youth. As a result, Tithonus was constantly becoming older and older and not really dying, decaying and decaying indefinitely until he remained in a state of a vegetable that could not move at all. Eventually he was begging to be killed in his mind but he couldn't even move or die. He also had to watch his family die and so on, as one would deduct from this. All of this can be really painful and if one does not have understanding, it will not affect them well.
Imagining the average person of today somehow immortal, it would be a curse on them and they would suffer greatly. In a way, it makes far more sense that at this level of consciousness they live as much they do, and that is great for them too.
One can only imagine if China for example found a way to elongate the lifespan of enslaved workers, what it would mean for a human soul to live let's say 150 years in consistent unending serfdom where one is not even allowed to die or suicide. That would not be progress, that would be a nightmare beyond imagination. This is also one of the reasons of the Gods in why they oppose these slavery infested systems that want to turn humans into borg greys. Copious suffering is involved. This is not the proper way to go about this.
In a decent society, with aims for the future, or freedom, then this is when elongating life is a great and even necessary practice, because one wants to actually have more power to evolve. One would also want to have time to look into themselves more, learn about the universe, explore life and so on. Then, elongating lifespan would come as a gift.
The above story of Tithonus is to display what are the ramifications of getting power over something but not in the proper way. Immortal? Sure. But they forgot the youth and then this is what happened in the allegorical myth. It's the same with meditation and advancement.
Only people who understand more things about life will come in better terms with immortality or elongated lifespan. However, even this, is nothing and means nothing if one does not advance as a being or has self consciousness and other things.
The enemy greys apparently can live for about 150 to 300 years, but they are unconscious slaves and it's as if they don't even exist, since they don't have any self consciousness. Some others I have read and I would certainly believe, don't live more than 20-30 years as they are a disposable kind. They are a biohazard. I am sure if any of them had any "individual" consciousness and awareness of self in this sorry state for 150 or 300 years, they would want to immediately suicide or pull the plug to the whole thing that consumed them.
Likewise, many people on this earth such as billionaires and others who are non conscious and unable to grasp the meaning of existence, rave ad nauseum about immortality. They are desperately after this like blinded, but they always somehow seem to fail or it goes south. There are also tales in modern books such as Harry Potter about this. This will never work and that's because the universe deems it so.
From a scientific perspective, reducing the woes of old age, and expanding the lifespan is the first thing that will be properly attained. That is attainable by science and will probably be mainstream in the close by future. We are talking of an age like 120 or 140 or so.
This if combined with meditation will have wonderful outcomes for human beings, because it will help us escape a lot of delays. On it's own, it will just mean people drink beers and watch Netflix all day for just an extra 30 or 40 years. The prolonging of lifespan won't even be some sort of advancement. It might even reassure people remain further retarded.
In the ancient past quite a few people have been said to have lived for 300, 400 or even 800 years [non immortals, just elongated lifespan]. That is possible for extremely advanced mediators. Back then it was called the "Age of the Nephilim", a thousand of so years after the Gods physically departed. Of course, life was rife with meaning and one would want to definitely live a very long time to finish important work into this world and on themselves.
Yet even this did not necessitate immortality, and beings who have done that [very few] have known how to become immortal, but over other reasons such as needing to move to another body, they decided to let themselves "die" and reincarnate again. Our planet is also affected by both a zone that affects ageing, but also a zone of existence that affects consciousness. Then the enemy has added wrongly into this to damn humanity and make a very difficult time interval for us collectively, even worse.
These are also a natural cycle, in part. Both of these path are paths that are sister paths into the proper attainment of the end goal in Spiritual Satanism.
-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666