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Was ‘aging’ programmed into our DNA?

Updated on March 11, 2017
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Nadine’s research for her visionary fiction novel series about the awakening of consciousness has led her to insights that she shares here.

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Does our DNA ever age?

Are we programmed to live a certain number of years or do we wear out over time? How much can we extend our lifespan?

Some scientists admit that Human aging cannot be fully understood in terms of the constrained genetic setting. While our bodies age, some scientists believe that our DNA at least remains constant.

Researchers also discovered that a third of the methylated groups in a newborn baby are in different positions compared to the elderly. If we think about the DNA strand as "hardware" and the added methyl groups as "software"— then we must place the methyl groups as software bugs that accumulate with age.

If how old we live is in our genes, then to increase our lifespan could scientists someday change those genes? If on the other hand, our final age is based on the accumulated damage of a lifetime, then could we not try to minimize that damage to live a longer life?

Aging is a disease.

Aging on Earth is really a disease brought on by the water on Earth that contains a toxic substance called Deuterium, also known as heavy hydrogen.

Our planet Earth became contaminated when planet Maldec exploded many years ago. That was the time millions years ago when a vast cloud of Deuterium gas caused the frequency barrier around Earth. Electrical storms that occurred combined the Earth oxygen with deuterium cosmic cloud, causing it to rain heavy water. Several articles have been written on this topic by Daniel Williams

Deuterium oxide is present in the Earth surface waters. Due to the fact that our physical bodies are 72% water. The theoretical maximum lifespan that an organism can achieve is tied to its DNA. Is it not a curious thing that the bible mentions Methuselah who lived as long as 900 years?
An article on the search of eternal youth is an interesting read.

A series of experiments done on living organisms and tissues proved that the use of deuterium depleted water (Qlarivia water) could have positive effects. Thus, experts found that deuterium depleted water had an impact on cell division: the lower the deuterium concentration in water, the lower the rate of cell division, which meant that the aging process could be slowed down.

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The enzyme named Telomerase

Scientists have also discovered an important enzyme that can turn the telomere production on the DNA molecule "on" and "off." It's called telomerase. Telomerase is an enzyme (a catalytic protein) It seems that as we get older, the amount of telomerase in our cells decreases. Apparently shorter telomeres are capable of significantly fewer doublings than those with longer telomeres. Thus telomere length may be a bio-marker of cell aging and when telomeres get too short, cell replication slows, and then ends. The organism dies.

My unscientific question is: Is there a genetic program that decides to shut off the telomerase as we age?

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The greatest lie ever told to man

This article was inspired by a comment below my article: We seem to live in Times of the Quickening from “Au fait”, a hub page member, and also by the comments below my article: Can biological aging be halted?

I was in my forties when a spiritual experience directed me to explore this topic for what later became a series of novels: Awakening to our Ascension. I was told that the human race can easily live for hundreds of years without getting ill or aging. I had no idea why I interpreted it this way, but years later I used the idea in my ascension novels.

Article: The Definition of the word Ascension still means:awakening to our divine real truth

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We see the world as 'solid', but is it a holographic illusion?

The evidence for a holographic reality is becoming quite plentiful to those who have experienced higher states of consciousness but...
Most of us still decode our wave form physical reality as a solid world through our five senses.

Our human mind is also programmed to think in linear time; meaning that we have a past – beginning – the present moment – the NOW – and the future – not yet happening. That is why we all still hold on to our experiences that people, animals and plants and all the other kingdoms on Earth experience aging and die, not so?

It is a strong belief embedded into our genetic DNA blueprint and in the human psyche that with age we become more susceptible to certain diseases but that is just biological, mental and emotional programming! It’s my aim to find some proof for why I think it is.

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Maintenance products

For now that is the best we can do to keep our human body in the best shape as long as possible.

Which of the three human realities are you the most aware off?

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The big question must be asked first.

Are we ready to evolve our physical, intellectual & emotional and spiritual development in order to understand and decipher the very advanced sciences that the ancients left for us to find?

Are we?

Our physical world – the lowest vibratory reality that appears solid - not so?

Our intellectual & emotional world - mirrors the energy and vibration of our awareness of consciousness. Meaning what we think and feel creates our human experiences - not so?

Our spiritual reality - the multidimensional existence of consciousness that is beyond our wisdom of thought. - for now yes, not so?

Humans are energetic/vibrational beings in an energetic/vibrational universe. We are both a transmitter and a receiver of energy, but our wave transmitter has been tampered with.
We are out of tune!

Let’s first explore further

  • Aging - our physical development

The term "aging" refers to the biological process of growing older. (our linear mind program)

  • Aging can also be defined as a progressive functional decline, or a gradual deterioration of physiological function with age. (Could it be our spiritual lack of self worth is a virus program?)

The main reason why we age seems to be oxygen. (Could it be that our human blueprint did not originate from Earth?)

Could that be the reasons why Oxygen eventually wears away our body at the cellular level through oxidization? When our cells are exposed to free radicals, also known as “oxidants” our bodies, like metal, just rust from exposure to oxygen.

Since everything in this universe is a wave form, and each wave carries information, and our five senses pick up the waves in our frequency band of experiences, then the true nature of reality is still up for debate.

Do people perish for the lack of this hidden knowledge?

Some scientists believe that humans are programmed to live a certain number of years, or that our genes determine how long we live. These are the two main theories of why we live as long as we do, so we have been told. True or false?
Please listen what Brucy Lipton says in his video!

The secret to eternal life, as it turns out, is not just living a really, really long time. It's all about maturity, or rather, the lack of it.

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Were we meant to be physically immortal?

  • Is death maybe not necessary? Is our our intellectual & Emotional development been halted?

In 1912 medical biologist Alexis Carrel thought that cells are naturally immortal, but his predictions at the time were incorrect. He also predicted that scientists would be engineering human tissues from cell clusters and growing replacement organs in vitro. Growing old would be a thing of the past. Are we getting nearer to the answers?

Today the term stem cells (which have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth), is becoming more and more used in scientific research.

We, like cells, are the meant to live forever?

When Utnapishtim told Gilgamesh that the secret to immortality lay in a coral found on the ocean floor, could this have been hidden in the jellyfish?

Turritopsis dohrnii is more commonly known as the immortal jellyfish. The jellyfish seems able to survive, and proliferate, in every ocean in the world. It is possible to imagine a distant future in which most other species of life are extinct but the ocean will consist overwhelmingly of immortal jellyfish, a great gelatin consciousness everlasting?

We all know that life on Earth evolved in the presence of oxygen, but this morning I was reading something interesting about negative ions in Stewart Swerdlow’s book: The true history of the world.

The following video is mind blowing.

Derinkuyu Underground City is an ancient multi-level underground city large enough to shelter 30,000 thousands people together with their livestock and food stores.

Were the pyramids rejuvenation temples?

  • We are multidimensional beings - Our spiritual development

This interview is very thought provoking. The pyramids all over our planet could be amplifiers of FREE energy. Listen to the videos of Dr Osmanagic and learn what will change the history books!

Dr Osmanagic says in his video Derinkuyu Underground City that the builders of the pyramids around the planet made miles of tunnels underneath the pyramids. They were built by people who were not surface dwellers like we are. They did not breathe in our polluted oxygen! They lived underground. These builders had no light bulbs or electricity and there is no trace of any illumination devices so how could they see? How could they have moved around in the dark? Underground in these tunnels you can breathe normally. Even 3,000 feet down the air circulation is still there!

We are living outside and have eyes, so did they have other senses, like bats who use sonar to navigate? Were their psychic senses far more developed 10.000 years ago? Were the cosmic radiations, or the wars and other dangers on the surface outside so dangerous that they were compelled to move underground?

These people were highly intelligent beings with a far great knowledge of engineering than we have today. The air circulation in these tunnels is much better than our coal mining facilities today.

There is so much to learn from these ancient periods. Did these a very advanced builders left all the answers we are now looking for?

Dr. Fridtjof Nansen took soundings and found that the water in the polar regions is far deeper than was thought, discovering that the water was warmer the deeper the sounding. Where does this warm water emanate from? He came across animals that according to accepted science, should not even be up there.

Great video

Did they know about the life expectancies on the outside compared to inside of Earth?

  • Outside the tunnels the average concentration is about 1000 kilo ions per cubic centimeters.
  • In our environment or home today it's even less, 500 kilo ions.
  • In the underground tunnels under the Bosnian Pyramid the concentration is much higher, around 43.000 kilo ions per cubic centimeters. This environment is ideal for hospitals or healing places. There are no viruses, bacteria or microbes!

If people today who are ill or are of a great age, would walk or even stay inside these tunnels, would they be healed, or rejuvenated? There are already tourist groups that visit the Bosnian valley of Pyramids in droves. Are they all having similar ideas?

Daniel's comment below my article: Can biological aging be halted? "It’s today commonly known that the human body regenerates every living cell every seven years, but geneticists have yet to find the aging gene." That made me question: "Have the ancients left us clues for when we are ready to look for them?"

The tunnels Dr Osmanagic talks about made me think about the Hollow Earth theory.
Daniel -somethgblue wrote several articles on the subject. Is the Hollow Earth Theory the Greatest Kept Secret of All Time?

Our role models

We all know of people who seem to age gracefully, or they manage to look ageless. What is their secret? They have embraced the aging process by not getting obsessed about. Instead they stay young in spirit. These people love life and emanate an inner beauty, which is ageless.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I so totally agree with you, having to go to work, holding a job people just feel they have to do for the sake of earning money is a killer in itself. In the novel I'm working on ( parallel realities). I had to do a lot of research on this topic. I do call aging a dis-ease. Thanks for your comment as always.

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      somethgblue 2 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Nadine, I've spent a lot of time recently researching and writing a series of articles on Disinformation and have come across a lot of information I think you should be aware of.

      David Wilcock has a series of interviews on GaiamTV with a whistleblower called Cosmic Disclosure, this is a game changer, must read/watch.

      Full Disclosure will change EVERYTHING, I mean everything, including but not limited to the aging process. However what is now coming out is alternative Health Care and Cancer info, food replication and free energy.

      When people no longer have to devote almost their entire lives to working to feed the economic system and recognize that we are being poisoned with food, water and even the air we breathe, living longer will be a natural by product.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I loved your comment Robert. Being as you say 'spiritually healthy' and awakening to our full potential is were the secret to aging-gracefully lies. Happy people do live longer.

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      Robert Morgan 2 years ago from Hutchinson Island, FL - Myrtle Beach, SC - Scottsdale AZ

      Wow... To say the least this is one of the most interesting articles on aging, that I have ever read. I believe that we are on the verge of extending our lifespans, but I personally am not as concerned about physical aging as about being spiritually healthy and growing. My body is giving out, and that will happen to all of us some day, but my spirit is being renewed almost daily. I feel young and vibrant in my soul. I hope for another lifetime on this planet to experience the chance to grow again. Blessings.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Oh wow botox. Yes I'm sure healthy eating, being happy and staying active both mentally and physically plays a huge role.

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      peachy 2 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      you know older folks do not age that fast when there wasn't much fast food, modified food, etc. Now, at age 40++ ladies are getting wrinkles, having to depend on botox to reduce the lines

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      No I never knew that of the Queen bee. Many thanks about the methylation of DNA. More research info for my novels!

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      Alvinet 2 years ago

      I think aging is related to genes but moreover it seems that methylation of DNA is more important than genes itself.

      But what controls methylation, probably this process is written in a DNA also but so far it we don't know much about it.

      Do you know Queen of bee can live up to 8 years and most of bees can't live more then month ( they have the same DNA but methylation is different ).

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      For me aging is an disease. Our bodies are a holographic projection of our consciousness, and they are the sum total of our beliefs about ourselves, including aging. That is what I'm exploring through writing visionary fiction.

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      somethgblue 2 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      As do I and regardless of if we have learned all our lessons, I accept the knowledge that this is it.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I'm on board towards the 5th dimension! I do hope that this is my last incarnation on this 3D level of consciousness!

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      somethgblue 2 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Or cloning is far more advanced than what we have been lead to accept, (see clones of Bush Jr.) and they are merely using clones to fill in for prison sentences, dying and so forth.

      Also when you by-pass the dying process by limiting you soul/spirit to only going as far as the 4th dimension and then immediately reincarnate back into another body without forgetting (God's Mercy) then you get a fresh new body while retaining all the past life experiences and this is why the rich elite seem to have such long lasting agendas.

      The Council of Worlds have put an end to the by-passing death process and now everyone must move to the 5th dimension for spiritual evaluation, upon dying.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      To answer your question, it's my understanding that we only experience and observe what we can comprehend consciously, and the more 'awake' we are the more we can experience. There is a lot of unconscious programming that needs to be released and through writing and sharing, this can help to offload all the programmed illusions that has kept humanity in a kind of mental trap. The believe of a limited lifespan is a huge programmed DNA code in our human design.

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      poetryman6969 2 years ago

      You voice some interesting thoughts. I think that either one of two things has happened. Either they already discovered the secrets to immortality and only the rich and powerful get to use it. Or they will discover these secrets long after we die.

      One of the questions that everyone who believes in both immortality and conspiracies has to answer is: Why do we still observe people we believe to be rich and powerful getting sick and dying before our very eyes? Is it a trick to make certain the rabble will believe that there is a limited lifespan and nothing can be done to alter it?

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thank you for that lovely comment. So far as I understand ( my perception of it) is that we are all connected by tapping into the 'Field" with our holographic brain. From there on we create our own individual reality. I must write an article on that concept to make myself clear.

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      Patricia Scott 2 years ago from sunny Florida

      Very interesting and captivating and my belief is that we definitely are complex creations that are connected to the universe and to others in ways that no one can really explain or fully understand. I do know however that being in tune with our higher self is powerful and is potential left dormant too long.

      Voted up++++ and shared Angels are on the way to you this morning ps

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thank you for your comment to this article. Knowing that our realty is an illusion in the sense of our perceptions about it,aging will also be a part of that illusion.

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      Chitrangada Sharan 2 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Wonderful thought provoking hub, with rich and original content!

      Plenty to think about. I believe aging is a natural process but aging gracefully is within our control. Just by following a healthy lifestyle with positive approach towards life, it is achievable.

      The information about pyramids and tunnels is also very interesting and makes sense.

      Thanks for sharing this insightful hub. Voted up!

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thanks Peggy for your comment. Yes we only now start to learn about our genetic biological human form but we are so much more. We are without power in cape town and i,m replying from my tablet which is not easy. Have a great day.

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      Peggy Woods 2 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Genetics is an interesting subject to be sure. Some have been blessed with better genetics than others. Aging and death is certain in this life and for those who believe that the soul lives on and goes on to the next life...that is solace. Interesting topic in your hub!

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Many thanks for your visit and vote about this topic vocalcoach. I often feel that we should really not age after turning fifty, since most of us have then reached a stage in life where we have discovered what we truly enjoy.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Sandy. Yes it's a fascinating topic, especially when you read all about the programming of our genes.

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      Audrey Hunt 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

      This is a fascinating hub Nadine. So much to contemplate. And how little we know about the aging process. Voted up and more and will share as well. Thank you for this excellent thought-provoking hub!

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      I have been thinking a lot about aging and immortality. Maybe because I had a birthday this month. This is all interesting.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Larry yes you are right about the lowest level in terms of our conscious awareness, but not from a spiritual viewpoint. It takes great courage to tackle a human incarnation. For many today, due to TIMES we live in, this incarnation was meant to be our last on this physical level. Thanks for your comment.

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      Larry Rankin 2 years ago from Oklahoma

      A scientific principal says that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. That means that everything that makes us us and everything that has made everyone you have known themselves is still here somewhere.

      I realize you see the physical as our lowest level, but from a physical standpoint everyone who has ever been is still here, some of us are just in pieces.

      Very intriguing article.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      That's me. Challenging all kinds of beliefs. I strongly feel that any believe about almost anything keeps as all asleep to who we really are. Thanks for your comment.

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      இڿڰۣ-- кιмвєяℓєу 2 years ago from Niagara Region, Canada

      Hi Nadine. This was quite fascinating! Boy, it really stimulates the thought process this morning for me. Its nice to see certain beliefs are being challenged and that people are open to explore them. Thanks for sharing, Kim.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Many thanks Daniel I will stay in contact during these major shifting times.

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      somethgblue 2 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Recent discovery under the Giza Pyramid/Sphinx is a star gate that cannot be activated until those with ancient knowledge and integrity are able to access it.

      This discovery is being hidden (censored) from public knowledge an is not being publicized, it is our responsibility as writers to get the word out and make it an issue.

      I will keep you informed as I learn more . . .

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi sandy I'm glad you feel the same way about aging. I'm sure we were never meant to age or suffer from any illness, but our human bodies have been polluted over many thousands of years (human time)

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Very fascinating hub. I often think about this and it would be amazing if we could halt the aging.

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      Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Oh Itaya I have read them all many years ago and they are still sitting on my bookshelf. Good books do never get out of date. Thanks for your comment.

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      Itaya Lightbourne 2 years ago from Topeka, KS

      I first started questioning the aging process when I read the book series '

      Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East' by Baird T. Spalding. If you haven't read them, you might check them out. You've written another fascinating article! :)

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Thelma from Germany. Glad you find my article about our aging thought provoking.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      What a thought provoking hub! Very interesting and informative. Thanks for sharing.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thanks for your comment Peggy

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      Peggy Hazelwood 3 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Interesting concepts.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Yes Audrey now that you are mentioning it, Rosicrucian literature is steeped in metaphysics and mysticism. Thanks for stopping by.

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      Audrey Howitt 3 years ago from California

      Again--really a fascinating article. My parents were both Rosicrucian and so I grew up with some of these beliefs. Interesting to read about this here.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Timetraveler.thanks for you reading my hub on the topic of aging. Yes I have read about age extension, but my research is more on the idea that the human race use to live far longer.......long ago

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      TIMETRAVELER2 3 years ago

      Beautiful article! Years ago there was a couple who appeared often on the Merv Griffin show and discussed something called "Age Extension". They have a website still. It discusses your topic from a different but equally fascinating viewpoint. I'm bookmarking this hub for repeat reading. Voted up.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Elsie. Glad you found my article thought provoking.

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      Elsie Hagley 3 years ago from New Zealand

      This hub sure gave me food for thought. I'm nearly a 74 year old women, ex squidoo lens writer. I have a Health and Aging niche. Although I am going through this phase in my life, I haven't read anything like this. Interested reader.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I like your thinking Patricia - and people have already come back after their body totally had shut down, to tell what they experienced. there is a lot of mysteries to ponder over these days.

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      Patricia Scott 3 years ago from sunny Florida

      This is quite a lot to think about for sure. I do believe that we will live on but I think in a different form on another plane.

      Who really knows?Only time will tell and maybe one of us will be able to come around and tell what happens after this present body is no longer needed.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Frank thank you for reading my hub on this topic. I feel that we live in an age when lots of our beliefs will be challenged. Aging yes or No is one of them.

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      Nadine.. very interesting hub... I guess we are truly meant to age.. boy if we didn't the world would die sooner rather than later... No one grows old gracefully, you see those reality shows all the women get cut and stretched.. they look like aliens.. and bruce jenner.. lord help his soul LOL im getting off track here.. but nonetheless a very eye opening hub :)

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thanks for your comment Dianna. I personally am very skeptical about any cosmetic product making any difference, but who knows one day there might be something on the market that is affordable! Creams can maybe bring a youthful glow, but deep down we know that a cream can't yet reverse anything.There are many people who age better than others, but I feel that (for now) it has a lot to do with staying young in spirit. Love yourself at any age and not be to obsessed about it. A role model like Goldie Hawn at 68 still looks sexy!

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      Dianna Mendez 3 years ago

      I recently saw an ad in a health magazine advertising a new cosmetic that deters aging. I don't know if it work, but it has much of the same concept you post here. I believe we are meant to live eternally, just don't know how much of it will take place in our present realm of life.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      That is a true compliment Flourish. Thank you

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      FlourishAnyway 3 years ago from USA

      Your hubs always introduce ideas I've never read anywhere else. Very interesting.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Genna thanks for sharing that I have inspired you by integrating some of my perspective in your writings. I do the same thing, integrated part of this perspective in my fifth novel. That is why I did the research.

      Alicia Glad you found this topic thought provoking. That was and still is the whole idea. Writing about "what if"

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      Linda Crampton 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Your hubs are so interesting and thought provoking, Nadine! I always enjoy them and am always left wondering "What if?" Thanks for sharing your stimulating ideas.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thanks you very much for your great reply to my post MizBejabbers. I so loved your earth and year cycles comment. Dr. Sam Osmanagich is truly a very interesting man to listen to and I like his openness. He is truly someone who is keen to share as much as he can with everybody. I would love to be a tourist on his tour into the tunnels.

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      Genna East 3 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      A captivating subject, Nadine. I have long thought that we are multidimensional beings, but our “programming” has limited our possibilities which are actually boundless in terms of how we relate with each other and the universe. I recently integrated part of this perspective in a mystery story I wrote, so I was especially interested in your article. Very well done. :-)

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      MizBejabbers 3 years ago

      It is interesting that Dr. Silver has now says that humans may have arrived on earth from another planet. My metaphysical studies, which in many cases contradict science, do not agree that earth was a prison planet. In fact, they seem to point out that we learned violence from our creators, the “gods”. Some of the other writings, such as those by Zechariah Sitchin say that the "gods" aged while on earth, and when they went back to their planet, Nibiru, they appeared older than and died before their parents did.

      Many people seem to be in tune with the earth cycles, the 24-hour day, the yearly cycles. What about those of us who are not? I am one who has a 25-26 hour circadian rhythm, which plays heck with my sleeping hours and work schedule. I am convinced that the world’s most successful people have adapted to 24-hour Circadian rhythms and are early risers. What this might have to do with longevity, I don’t know, but it seems that these people are more adapted to earth than those of us who have kept closer to our spiritual origins.

      BTW, I have met Dr. Sam Osmanagich and twice I have been privileged to listen to his two-hour lectures in person, so I didn’t watch his videos. He is very convincing. I really enjoy your hubs on this subject, Nadine, keep them coming. Voted up+++

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Thanks for your reply Daniel. I've just been to your article on the Pineal gland and left you a comment. You have great inspiring articles.

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      somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      I was just joking with you, I don't care about being quoted. I know what you mean about finishing articles I have dozen started but just can't seem to finish them, writer's block I guess.

      Anyway, another great article that has started another series of interesting comments, way to go.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi Daniel, gosh you made me searching for any paragraph I might have quoted that came from you! It took me some time to find it. It was in your first comment below my previous article! My sincere apologies and thanks for spotting my double paragraph. I was determined to post this article before going to bed, but I must have been zonked out well after midnight.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Hi mckbirdbks thank you for opening and reading my topic on immortality. Thanks for the tweet.

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      Ho Jodah I like your comments. It reminded me of the experiments putting foods under a pyramidal dome.

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      somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Look at the last text capsule, the first paragraph under the three bulleted items repeats itself. Hey I don't even get quotation marks from my comment, whatsup with that?

      Anyway I had a feeling that this might be what you were talking about in your next article.

      First the pretext of war in Iraq to plunder the Museum in Baghdad, was the Bosnian/Serb conflict just a smoke screen to plunder the pyramids there as well? Is the Cabal searching for an operating Stargate?

      Is the Palestine/Israeli conflict also a smoke screen to infiltrate all the tunnels under the pyramids in Gaza?

      Is the oxygen issue why the Cabal is intent on polluting the air we breathe (chemtrails) and have built so many DUMBs?

      Another great article, leading to further speculation . . . are Rainbow Bodies the answer?

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      mckbirdbks 3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Wow, my head is spinning, I certainly was not prepared for immortality this morning. Plenty of food for thought to be found here. Sending this over to Tweeter.

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      John Hansen 3 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Very intriguing stuff Nadine, especially how oxygen effects aging. If you place fruit or other foods in sealed plastic bags, expelling oxygen it lasts so much longer...makes sense that it effects our bodies too.