Stay Young, Make History!

Staying young would make history.  Because no one else in all of human history has ever achieved this feat.

If you can look youthful at 120, you’ll be making history.  And this is what Elixxir, the anti-aging guru and philosopher, is aiming at.  And in his performance, Elixxir is inviting you to join him.

No, you don’t have to be a bloody psychopathic conqueror like Napoleon or Hitler to be a world-historical figure.  You don’t have to kill millions to win posthumous immortality.

You can just stay young.  And bonus: your immortality won’t be pie-in-the-sky.

This is the Elixxir track.  The ImmorTalist track.

Fortune, Fame, Family, Children, Power.  These are the traditional Mortalist tracks.

Which track or combination of tracks are you on until now?  What has been your goal?  What drives you? Are you treading water in The Rat Race?

Are you running on empty? Don’t blame yourself.

It’s the goals our Death Society has set for you.  They don’t satisfy.  They will never satisfy.  For you cannot never have enough of Fame, Fortune, Family, Power.  Since they are mere substitutes for what you really desire.  Substitutes for the only thing which can satisfy you.


Almost everyone in our Death Society sweat, toil and bleed for either Fortune, Fame, Family & Children, or Power.  These are the Substitute Immortality and Surrogate Immortality that The Death Society offers us.

And they are not just inadequate, they are pathetic.  This is why we’re drowing in a sea of depression, frustration, unhappiness.

In its Capitalistic form, The Death Society (aka Mortalist Society) lures us with the siren songs of Fortune and Fame.

This is one of the original, profound, and, yes, provocative insights from The ImmorTalist Manifesto by Elixxir.

You won’t find this in any of the verbose, juvenile, sophomoric writings of the Pseudo-Immortalists, rest assured.

D Spence

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