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What do 400-year-old people look like? Why that age? How will they die naturally?

How did you find out about TAS level 3? How do you know such a state even exists?

What TAS level are you, Carlton?

Why does ruinae hominum exist?

Are you against certain foods, not living long, religion, mainstream science, people that don’t care about ruinae, and insert anything antithetical to the stuff on this site here?

I don’t believe in ruinae, it doesn’t exist.

What is the specific set of pathogens defined as ruinae hominum?

I’ve noticed you talk about pathogens and toxins a lot. Is the average human body really that polluted? If so, why don’t scientists know all of this already, what do you have or what are you doing that they can’t do?

Who/what/where are your sources for your information?

A lot of the tone of this site is judgmental and serious, why not lighten it up a bit? If this site is supposed to be about living longer, and most people live for love (ideally, in theory), where’s the love vibes?

If people start living longer, how would that change relationships?

How does this longevity stuff relate to cyborgs and AI technology?

Well if humans can live so long, what about animals?

Where’s the proof for all this stuff?

Why are you doing all this?

Do you think everyone should live to 400?

 

 

What do 400-year-old people look like? Why that age? How will they die naturally?

They’ll most likely look around 30.

This may sound like “an unrealistically great gift,” but it’s really not—many animals reach a certain physical point in adulthood, and don’t change as drastically in appearance as humans when they naturally pass away. If a squirrel, cat, dog, or chimpanzee was going bald and had all their body hair turn grey that would be out of the ordinary. Most bugs show very little if any signs of aging.

In theory, you could live as long as you wanted with the proper technology. I suspect 300-400 represents the basic amount of experience the human mind on Earth can have and not get bored, while still healthy. For most people, the more they age, the more they get incapacitated, and the more they lose their thirst for quests and experience. After about 300-400, the human soul will most likely not want that human body any longer, and will reincarnate as someone else, or do something completely different than the Earthly human experience. I’m still in TAS Level 1, and I’ve only received glimpses of these kinds of states. I have much to learn about the human life and death cycles. I could talk more on this subject, but I don’t want to be too long-winded. Basically, animals have lifespans representative of higher dimensional structures, which translate into the physical as “goals, hopes, dreams, and attractions” of the soul (HDEMF).

Their soul will consciously leave the body, while in a sleep-like state, or the body can literally transform into spirit matter (semi-HDEMF). This is what I’ve learned thus far. When I get into high TAS level 1 or level 2, I’ll know more.

Right now, all I know is that the process exists and how to get the ball rolling on it. I don’t know everything about it because I have yet to demonstrate enough interest in it to receive that information.

 

How did you find out about TAS level 3? How do you know such a state even exists?

I don’t like talking too much about how I came about this specific thing (TAS level 3), because I look at these types of concepts as sacred gifts from God, as a present for actively seeking to change the world and help others. The reason why I know TAS level 3 exists is because I’ve had viscerally real, tangible, glimpses of this state, along with corroborating external information. If I didn’t have these experiential glimpses, I probably wouldn’t believe such as thing is real.

 

What TAS level are you, Carlton?

As of November 2019, I’m a mid-level 1, by choice. Right now, I’m working hard in my 20’s trying to get some serious work done, and I don’t need to be perceiving spirits left and right, or know other people’s thoughts. I’m a man on a mission, and I neither need nor want any added distractions. When I make the decision to change my level I will most likely document it publicly. But yeah, there are various perks to level 1 that I enjoy immensely.

 

Why does ruinae hominum exist?

Click here!

 

Are you against certain foods, not living long, religion, mainstream science, people that don’t care about ruinae, and insert anything antithetical to the stuff on this site here?

Truth be told, I’m not against anything I’ve written about on this website. People can live as long as they want, the way they want to.

I’m just a messenger. It would be a waste of energy to be AGAINST ruinae or any of the things mentioned because they are created by those that experience them. If people want to create suffering that’s their personal choice, and none of my business—to them, it might not be “suffering” at all.

I’m not a preachy, “you must do this” kind of person, because I wouldn’t want anyone forcing ideas on me.

But it is my responsibility to let people know of different ways we can create our human cultures to be, and how we can thrive in this miraculous, sometimes painful odyssey called “life on Earth.”

 

I don’t believe in ruinae, it doesn’t exist.

Ruinae is a set of pathogens and toxins that already exist, that you can see under a microscope yourself. What you disbelieve are my ideas about how they function in the body and how to get rid of them, which is all fine and dandy. When you put out new information, people will believe or disbelieve, regardless if it’s true or false, even if you have physical evidence or not. There are people that believe the world is flat, even though all physically observable evidence says otherwise.

Most of the info I have to share about ruinae comes from direct observation—I’ve experienced all sorts of pathogens and toxins in my body and have learned techniques for removing them through direct experimentation. I have a demonstration put up that you can see for yourself. In the future, I might put up various at-home experiments you can perform on yourself to see this stuff in action—we’ll see.

 

What is the specific set of pathogens defined as ruinae hominum?

I’m being purposefully vague and widespread with my usage of the term pathogen, because some viruses and bacteria responsible for common diseases have no name. For instance, from my perspective, cancer is caused by certain pathogens that have no name, and streptococcus mutates to uniquely configure itself to thrive in its host body, effectively creating different types that are immune to different things. I figured the most effective way for labelling all of them is just referring to them as one whole.

Also, a uniquely complicated name for a bacterium doesn’t change anything, and doesn’t matter. You could call AIDS “Power Puff Girls Syndrome”—and that wouldn’t help anyone, anywhere, in anyway. What matters is if you can get rid of it or not.

 

I’ve noticed you talk about pathogens and toxins a lot. Is the average human body really that polluted? If so, why don’t scientists know all of this already, what do you have or what are you doing that they can’t do?

Yes, it is. People think something as common as smelly armpits means nothing, when the reality is that the smell didn’t come from your body directly; it came from pathogens feeding and breeding in and on your body. I’ve seen the difference first-hand—when your body isn’t colonized by pathogens you won’t get any body odor at all. No bad breath, smelly feet, smelly genitals, or even smelly buttocks. You can workout all day with no deodorant, and not stink anywhere whatsoever. Your fecal matter will still smell unpleasant, and that’s it. There are tons of other common ailments that only go away with thorough depath, such as tooth decay, that reveal that the entire body has been pathogenically colonized.

Scientists aren’t a monolith. The pathologists are all doing their own thing, focused on their own observations. I am like my own scientist, because I have experimented greatly on my own body, and thus made my own observations.

I have all sorts of sources that backup my observations, and give me information to test myself. External suggestions guide me in comprehending my own observations. For example, I’ve read a PubMed article that helped confirm to me that all ingested sugar may be converted into an energy source by pathogens. I already suspected it, because I could feel a slight skin itch (more complex than an “itch” but that word will do) whenever I ate sweets. The PubMed article taught me specifics about how streptococcus converts sugar into tooth decay that I didn’t know. Another thing I learned is about celery juice and its healing ability, thanks to Anthony Williams the Medical Medium. But I also learned that a lot of his material doesn’t concur with my own personal findings.

 

Who/what/where are your sources for your information?

I explain in last paragraph of the last answered question.

 

A lot of the tone of this site is judgmental and serious, why not lighten it up a bit? If this site is supposed to be about living longer, and most people live for love (ideally, in theory), where’s the love vibes?

Click here!

 

If people start living longer, how would that change relationships?

If people started living until 400 years, the whole Earth culture will have to change in ways you have no idea—not just marriage. Although, I think the marriage institution can adapt, change, and persist for as long as people want it to.

But for starters, a TAS level 3 human’s brain doesn’t work like a level 1 does, so privacy will go out the window because people will have ways of knowing what others know without the possibility of deceit. Also, the concept of spirit being the mind of a body would be mainstream science, and we would have interdimensional technology to reflect this knowledge. Technology is a reflection of aspects of its creator, so once we as a collective understand the brain and mind there will be technology built to mimic its abilities (like right now we have computers). Everything would change in so many ways there would be no point in even listing them. I will say this, because I know people will ask: the “older man younger woman relationship” won’t be such a common taboo, because adults will all look about 20-30 years old—age gap won’t matter between adults, because some people won’t even keep track of how old they are, and adults will all look like they’re in the same age group. Underage stuff will still be considered out-of-order, because they aren’t self-responsible adults, and can obviously easily be manipulated and abused—man or woman with boy or girl.

So, getting back to what I was saying, in the relatively near future there will be a gigantic cultural shift unlike any pop culture sci-fi movie. This shift will happen because of several gigantic events that are probable to occur (not just anti-aging tech), most of which the public is completely oblivious to.

 

How does this longevity stuff relate to cyborgs and AI technology?

It doesn’t. I don’t want to get long-winded on those subjects, so I’ll just leave it at that. I have a lot to say about the subject of life and technology.

 

Well if humans can live so long, what about animals?

Animals, in the context of lifespan capacity, aren’t the same as humans. I know, technically we’re “homo sapiens sapiens,” (“H. s. sapiens”) “wise wise ape” etc., but just as humans have the mental capacity to steward Earth, take care of other animals, and build spaceships, our capacity to live is equally bigger in magnitude.

 

Where’s the proof for all this stuff?

Click here!

 

Why are you doing all this?

It’s an exciting topic for me. And I feel I’ve been given a gift that I can gift to others.

I won’t get too long-winded, but I’ve notice people—myself included, somewhat—can struggle from time to time with understanding their life’s purpose. With TAS levels, it becomes obvious that one of the highest purposes for your incarnation is to become the greatest you, you can be, and that that greatness isn’t just emotionally subjective—that greatness is a quantifiable attribute of your bodily state. It’s a physical, mental, emotional, spiritual state. It becomes obvious that the human soul’s greatest purpose is to fully anchor into the body it chose to incarnate into, and create the grandest reality that soul can muster by its own personal measurement, when fully in the body.

 

Do you think everyone should live to 400?

Absolutely not. People should live their lives how they want to live. This site is just information for people who are interested, and it makes perfect sense that people will disagree and/or be disinterested. Everyone has their own uniquely rich, magnificent path to walk, regardless of how long that path is.