23and Alchemy


From alchemists and the Philosopher's Stone to Ponce de Leon and the Fountain of Youth, history is full of stories of people searching for a way to extend life indefinitely. In recent years, discoveries about the biology of aging have brought us closer to that dream than ever before. Now 23andMe a private held biotechnology company aims to break the fine-line between DNA and Longevity and achieve the impossible.


Scientists claim breakthrough shows ageing process could be 'reversed'

Source: Mirror.co.uk

Issac Newton and the Transmutation of Alchemy

23andMe is asking you, our customers, to help push science even further by participating in their new Longevity . . . Experiments.

Alchemy the father of modern scientific study isn't usually given much credit and it was often depicted as eccentric old men trying to make Gold out of lead. Due to its origin and ways of practice Alchemy was often outlawed.

The last enemy to be destroyed is death -

1 Corinthians 15:26.

In here lies the answer to Immortality.

Some think of it as the complete immunity from death - the ability to get shot 200 times and then spit the bullets out. Maybe that will be possible one day, but it won't be our first version of immorality. The immortality we mean here is the ability to remain a healthy age, indefinitely. Ideally this age will be 21, with our bodies being fully formed, before their decline.

Interesting enough, in Heaven, "spiritual bodies" have been described by N.D.E's to be perfect and full of vigor, with looks that are in between old and young. Aging doesn't occur in the Afterlife.


The alchemy that is without question a mystery. It is able to achieve the seemingly impossible without the assistance of scientific material things.


The alchemy that derives from science, experimentation and the altering of Human biology.

Alchemy was rooted in a complex spiritual worldview in which everything around us contains a sort of universal spirit, and metals were believed not only to be alive but also to grow inside the Earth. When a base, or common, metal such as lead was found, it was thought to simply be a spiritually and physically immature form of higher metals such as gold.



Silicon Valley Is Trying to Make Humans Immortal-and Finding Some Success!

Peter Thiel, the billionaire co-founder, plans to live to be 120. Compared with some other tech billionaires, he doesn't seem particularly ambitious. Dmitry Itskov, the "godfather" of the Russian Internet, says his goal is to live to 10,000; Larry Ellison, co-founder of Oracle, finds the notion of accepting mortality "incomprehensible," and Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, hopes to someday "cure death." 

These titans of tech aren't being ridiculous, or even vainglorious; their quests are based on real, emerging science that could fundamentally change what we know about life and about death. It's hard to believe, though, since the human quest for immortality is both ancient and littered with catastrophic failures.

In 1492, Pope Innocent VIII died after blood transfusions from three healthy boys whose youth he believed he could absorb.

Hmm, I wonder where he got that insight . . .

READ To Serve Man (for the answer)

Peter Thiel wants to Inject Himself With Young People's Blood!

he Silicon Valley billionaire reportedly sees blood transfusions as the pathway to radical life extension.

Gawker bankrupter Peter Thiel is no stranger to the idea of increasing his lifespan through science. "I stand against confiscatory taxes, totalitarian collectives, and the ideology of the inevitability of the death of every individual," he wrote in libertarian journal Cato Unbound seven years ago.

Peter Thiel Is Very, Very Interested in Young People's Blood

The contrarian venture capitalist believes transfusions may hold the key to his dream of living forever. This was attempted in 1492 with no success. The secret to immortality lies somewhere else in our DNA.

"More than anything, Peter Thiel, the billionaire technology investor and President Trump supporter, wants to find a way to escape death. He's channeled millions of dollars into startups working on anti-aging medicine, spends considerable time and money researching therapies for his personal use, and believes society ought to open its mind to life-extension methods that sound weird or unsavory. Speaking of weird and unsavory, if there's one thing that really excites Thiel, it's the prospect of having younger people's blood transfused into his own veins."

Immortal Creatures in Nature!

About 8.7 million (give or take 1.3 million) is the new, estimated total number of species on Earth -- the most precise calculation ever offered.

Only 1 species has a potential biological immortality.

We now know that Immortality has been found in the animal kingdom.

God created a creature (Turritopsis dohrnii) capable to advance the sciences and live forever. The Immortal Jellyfish was created for a purpose which was to prepare the world for the prophecy of Immortality.

BONUS LOOK: This Immortal Jellyfish Turritopsis dohrnii was discovered in 1883, but its never aging ability was discovered in 1990's.

*God appointed the discovery to be in the 1990's ready for the millennium!


Researchers from the University of Exeter in England, recently conducted an experiment to determine how to reverse the aging of a class of genes called splicing factors and a group of dysfunctional cells called senescent, which accumulate as humans get older. Splicing factors play a major role in helping the body's genes operate smoothly. But as the body becomes older, senscent cells become more prevalent. The aging cells eventually become inactive as the splicing factors naturally switch off.

Want to hold on to your youthful looks?- Source AJC

You may be able to, because scientists have discovered a way to help humans age without as much deterioration in their bodies.


Alchemy and Achieving Immortality

Alchemy is an ancient practice shrouded in mystery and secrecy. Its practitioners mainly sought to turn lead into gold, a quest that has captured the imaginations of people for thousands of years. However, the goals of ALCHEMY went far beyond simply creating some golden nuggets.



ON . . . A  DEMON!

The Formula: Dissolve/Coagulate is the Singularity

A well-recognized DEMONIC IMAGE shows a malevolent demon holding itself in an occulting demeanor baring words written on his left and right arms.

These words are the singularity to our current DNA genome engineering.  


ON THE DEMON's right arm is the word "solve" while on his left arm is the word "coagula." Together the words form the phrase "solve coagula" or "solve et coagula."

DISSOLVE: (with reference to a solid) become or cause to become incorporated into a liquid so as to form a solution.

COAGULATE: cause (a fluid) to change to a solid.

In (2013) "The Matrix World" SP Revealed the Dual Nature of Particles

. . . But that is not the only form the electron can assume. It can also dissolve into a blurry cloud of energy and behave as if it were a wave spread out over space.

And in (2015) "End of Elements" SP Revealed that All Elements were designed to dissolve and burn up.

The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire . . . REF: 2 Peter 3:10.



Researchers modify CRISPR to reorganize (dissolve) genome

Researchers at Stanford University have reworked CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology to manipulate the genome in three-dimensional space, allowing them to ferry genetic snippets to different locations in a cell's nucleus.

The new technique, dubbed CRISPR-genome organization or simply CRISPR-GO, uses a modified CRISPR protein to reorganize the genome in three dimensions. If CRISPR is like molecular scissors, then CRISPR-GO is like molecular tweezers, grabbing specific bits of the genome and plunking them down in new locations of the nucleus. But it's more than just physical relocation: Displacing genetic elements can change how they function.

"Solve et coagula" - Separate and Join Together (or "dissolve and coagulate" in Latin) is a medieval alchemy quote, which is to say that nothing new can be built if not before we make space, breaking the old. ... Solve et Coagula is the essential alchemical process.


From Alchemy to Genome editing and Back!

the transfer of scientific knowledge in medieval alchemy and the discovery of the novel genome editing technology CRISPR/Cas9

Alchemy enjoyed great popularity in the secret societies of the pre-modern history. The large number of Alchemical manuscripts preserved at present in libraries across the globe demonstrate the former significance of this occult science. The alchemists tried to comprehend the different properties of gases and metals and hoped to find an enigmatic substance known as 'the elixir' or 'the philosophers' stone'. They believed this substance would enable them to transmute base metals into silver and gold. Since alchemists often faced ridicule, envy, and hostility, they applied different strategies in transmitting their knowledge while keeping it secret at the same time.