9/11 killed about 3,000. But every year, Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke kill around 1.4 million mortals in the U.S. alone. That’s 467 times 9/11. — ‘Cure Disease, Old Age & Death: The ImmorTalist Manifesto’ by Elixxir

How to Cure Cancer, Heart Disease & Stroke

Despite advances and progress, medicine is still mostly band-aid. Why? Because it does not dare to go after the ultimate culprit — human aging. The human biological aging process. Medicine only attacks the symptoms of aging — heart attack, stroke,…

Mahatma Gandhi Wanted to Live to 125

If you were to listen to the apologists for Death which include Popes, Dalai Lamas and all the Death Society’s “bioethicists,” you would believe that if anyone is “ethical,” “moral,” or “spiritual,” it would never ever cross his or her…

ImmorTalist History

History is the story of our quest for immortality. The Fear of Death and the Desire for Immortality are the primary motivations in mortal life and history. The goal of mortal history and civilization is the conquest of Death. The…

Are You a Closet ImmorTalist?

An ImmorTalist is someone who does not want to die. So anyone who’s fighting cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, pneumonia, AIDS, coronavirus, or Aging — the master disease syndrome, and who does not wish to die from it,…

A New Politics: ImmorTalist Politics

No more settling for crumbs from the Mortalist funding table. Let’s take over the table and sit at its head. No more squandering priceless Time trying to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic. The Mortalist regimes and parties are…

Ray Kurzweil’s Climate-Change Denialism

by Elixxir July 27, 2020 Ray Kurzweil, the Transhumanist soothsayer and the prophet of “Singularity”, does not fret about little things like Global Warming and Climate Change. In 2008, Kurzweil prophesied that solar energy will provide for all of the…

Why Capitalism & Money Fail Us

Capitalism is, among other things, a way of immortality-seeking involving acquisition, expansion and accumulation. The insatiable and compulsive heart of Capitalism is a function of our Fear of Death and our Desire for Immortality. Our compulsion to acquire and accumulate…

Why Christianity Won Over Paganism

Early Christianity triumphed because if offered physical “eternal life” to believers. For those who are old, dying or dead, it promised the physical resurrection of the dead. Although this resurrection of the dead was considered crass and scandalous to the…