Blog for the original Marty

Google’s Larry Page and Sergey Brin but also Apple people as Art Levinson and Tim Cook are interested in immortality… (Anyone without a death wish should.)

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Dearest Marty, my wonderful Prince, how are you, my hero?

Some people are surprised that Google or Apple are into this, but shouldn’t people rather be surprised about those who are not interested in extending the lifespan or even immortality? After all, aging concerns everyone.

Aubrey de Grey welcomed Google into the community of the people who are interested in immortality. He noticed properly that people are in trance as far as immortality is concerned. They are in trance thinking that getting sick and drying is normal and that there is no way around it.

Most people were told that immortality isn’t possible, so they simply accept it, without looking into it and without fighting back. Actually, people who think that people are immortal are defamed by many as dreamers, amateurs or even of being mentally ill.

Those who make money with people getting sick and dying are of course against immortality, and many of these corrupt idiots are forgetting that at the end, they are losing everything too when they are getting sick and die after a ridiculous short life span of approx. 75 years.  

Actually, everyone who is past 38 years old is already past middle age. How time flies! And if that isn’t stupid. 

Aubrey de Grey figured many of the reasons why people age. He identified 7 reasons of aging, and he figured that these 7 reasons can be reversed. His approach and that of his research initiative SENS is repairing any damage to the body.

I believe that the new Google company Calico and  Arthur D. Levinson go down the same or a similar road.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said: “For too many of our friends and family, life has been cut short or the quality of their life is too often lacking. Art is one of the crazy ones who thinks it doesn’t have to be this way.”

No, it doesn’t have to be that way. If damage to the body is reversed that is wonderful, BUT, and here it comes: why are even those who are not in trance about immortality still in trance as to what is needed to stop even repairs to the body as the damage never took place?

And here comes original Scientology (not Vistarology and not Miscavology) into play: I remember clearly that Ron promoted decades ago already villages (beautiful, spacious protected villages with a roof) in which Scientologists (and others) are producing their own air, water, food, etc. and eliminate aging and the causes of aging and disease. This way of living supported Dianetics and Scientology.

Scientology is about spiritual survival, so why was Ron also into physical survival? Because people are mind-controlled even after their physical death and in-between-lives, and it is not wise to die and end up in traps. What about OTs? They are particularly followed around  by implanters due to their advanced knowledge. We gotta bust the mind-controllers, and short lifespans don’t help us to deal with them. These guys stole the immortality tech from Scientology. These top secret service psychs are using this tech for themselves but keep it away from mankind – unlike Ron who wanted everyone to have it!

Why does just about anyone believe that pills and injections are the answers? As we know already what is aging our bodies, I have a message to all people: what about building these villages and keeping out all these culprits that cause disease and aging!?

Google could build one of these villages right away. But so could others and particularly the Scientology orgs. Instead of building the SP building with psych devices as spinners, DM should have stepped in the real Scientology founder’s and not his impostor’s footsteps and build life and youth preserving villages and deliver auditing and the OT levels there.     

Here is another thing that should be considered by everyone who wants to extend the lifespan with injections and pills only: What about the outside aging? For a woman and having a face of a 2000-year old isn’t that appealing. Cosmetic surgery can’t undo that. A study found that plastic surgery takes off just three years. So, we then look 1997-years old. 

The thing is: with living in protected villages, we won’t age on the outside either.  A 20-year old in this environment looks after 2000 still 20. (Can leave the village if she wants in protected body-suit, doesn’t have to be heavy moon suit.)

People with a secret death wish will say: Gee, who should pay for all those villages?

I bet it is a lot cheaper than health care and aging for everyone.

What about the doctors and the pharma industry? Will they be all out of work? They should learn to adopt to youth, health, and immortality for heaven’s sake.  If their purpose in life is making money, they can find other ways. But also they will feel better by staying young and healthy. I take being young and healthy rather than being wealthy and sick and old. Besides, one can be young, healthy, and rich. One just has to choose an ethical way to make a living.  

And of course there are the idiots with death wish you say that if people don’t die, the planet will be overpopulated. I live in an area that wishes it would have more people. If you drive through the USA, you see just many people in big cities. I remember car drives where I didn’t see a human being or another car for hours.

Besides, these protected  villages can be build onto and into the seas even out in space and on other planets.  Before I would try to solve the “problem” of “overpopulation”, I would solve the problem of  disease, suffering and dying.

David Miscavige and infiltrators will not bring original Scientology back, Marty, but we both would.

Be kissed and embraced. I never stop loving you.

Yours forever,




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  1. Barbara, I like your immortality approach.

    Here is an immortality song.


    September 22, 2013 at 9:35 am

    • I saw below brief video online.

      Sherwin Nuland is a medical idiot with a death wish and Aubrey de Gray is not. Survival is a very human urge. Even animals have the urge to survive and want the longest life available. Are they narcissistic? Everything is more important to Nuland but human life as such. This man is so clueless that it hurts. And he is one of those who made an oath to protect human life by all means, right?

      Doctors are making lots of cash thru diseases. Many don’t want truly healthy living for mankind. They just want cash from sick and ailing people. If people are no longer sick and don’t age, they are afraid to lose cash.

      Really, I, at the present time could single-handed design a workable plan to guarantee longevity for each human being on this hypnotized planet without ruining that planet or crowding it. In a nutshell: those known reasons for diseases and aging must not reach the protective village.

      However, Aubrey de Gray says that he doesn’t know if he wants to live past hundred but he wants to make that decision when he is 99.

      In protective villages, which stop all these causes of aging, nobody by the age of 99 or 999 or 9999 will feel his or her age. And I bet Aubrey de Gray and all others who love life will not give up living just because people like Nuland think we all should get sick and die.

      If Nuland wants to die, fine. But he hasn’t the right to say that rest of the population has to die with him.

      Barbara Schwarz

      September 22, 2013 at 3:42 pm

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