Why (Mortalist) Love Fails

“Love can do all but raise the dead,” the American poet Emily Dickinson tells us. Alas, raising the dead is exactly what we demand of it. Falling in love is a common mode of immortality-seeking. Falling in love is resurrection…

Why Aubrey de Grey is Dead Wrong

Pseudo-Immortalism’s so-called “leaders” have got it all wrong. Ray Kurzweil is one of their stars. Aubrey de Grey is another. Mr. de Grey claims that the public is in an “pro-aging trance.” Tell this to the multi-billion-dollar cosmetics, plastic surgery,…

The ImmorTalist Lifestyle

The Elixxir Lifestyle is a nonconformist’s lifestyle. It is one of scandalous impropriety. “Propriety” is a Mortalist virtue. It requires submission to a life of toil, repression and unhappiness. And it demands surrender to D.O.D. (Disease, Old Age & Death).…

‘Sin’ and Death

Death did not come into the world because of sin. Sin came into the world because of Death. Our mortality is not a consequence of sin. Our sinfulness is a consequence of our mortality. “Sin” is simply the negative and…

The Death Ideology

The powers that be have a great attraction to Death. Whether it wields Death as the ultimate threat, glorifies it as martyrdom, exhorts us to submit to it as Fate, the powers that be have turned Death into an ideology…