Age Reversal is Real and is Currently Being Tested on Humans

Age Reversal

In our materialistic world, the focus on beauty and appearance have created huge industries, but the topic of age reversal or regression, known in antiquity as the search for the fountain of youth, has always been a mysterious and alluring pursuit.

To cover all aspects of anti-ageing, I usually take my patients through a comprehensive, detoxifying and regenerating, deeply healing protocol, because it is simply THE BEST for our body, mind and soul, for total health, vitality, prevention and longevity.

However, you may like to know that behind closed doors, there is also technology being developed to reverse the ageing process.

Corey Goode, Randy Cramer, William Tomkins, and Michael Relfe are secret space program insiders and whistleblowers, who have disclosed the existence of age regression technology. Dr. Michael Salla is a Ufology researcher that compiled some of their testimony in a recent article on his website

While many people balk at the notion of a secret space program and technology developed in secret, the realities of age reversal are hardly new.

Reversing biological entropy, also known as age regression, can be effected by several different techniques. Electromagnetic processes are used in most forms of age reversal, either by ingesting substances or altering emotional states, which both have a marked effect on the fields produced by the body.

Consuming monoatomic elements, or ORMUS, causing electromagnetic entrainment on the DNA molecule to alter its geometry, exposing more genes to RNA and activating latent processes. This is one technique using chemical compounds for reversing aging.

Emotional processes also affect aging. The release of certain neurotransmitters — such as norepinephrines during fear states, and endorphins during love states — alters the biochemical environment of the body to either be more stressful or calm. In addition, the electromagnetic fields of the heart and brain are a reflection of our emotional states, which bathe the body in frequencies that alter biological expression. All of these influences either have a beneficial or deleterious effect on the bodily environment and in turn, genetic expression.

Epigenetics, as promoted by the researcher Bruce Liption in his book The Biology of Belief, has already proven that the biggest factor in altering genetic expression is the environment. What we feed our bodies as well as what we choose to believe literally affects our genome. The more holistic and integrated our knowledge, the more coherent our emotional states, and the more longevity we have in life.

In the following article from 2014, researchers from Harvard and the University of New South Wales claim to have discovered technology that reverses the signs of aging.

Here’s how they did it:

We fed them a molecule that’s called NMN and this reversed ageing completely within just a week of treatment in the muscle, and now we’re looking to reverse all aspects of ageing if possible.” – Professor David Sinclair.

The team was able to reverse the ageing of a mouse within just one weeks time; a monumental proof of concept for age reversal published in the mainstream. While the article does not describe what the process was, I suspect it worked by way of sympathetic resonance or entrainment.

Since all things vibrate at a certain frequency, if one transmits a resonance signal into a cell, tissue, organ or living thing, — so long as there is a resonance between them — the more coherent signal will entrain onto the less coherent one, reorganizing it to match. It is this reorganization process that is the key principle behind all age reversal processes. And it underscores the reason human beings age is because of how we treat our bodies, both physically and emotionally.

Cymatics has already proven that by simply using sound, damaged organs and tissues in the body can be healed.

Given all this, the testimony of secret space program whistleblowers seems highly credible. Especially since the government has had classified science projects developing advanced technology into biology since at least the 1950’s when DNA was first discovered.

The following article is just one mainstream example demonstrating that age reversal is most certainly possible.

A team of world leading scientists have managed to reverse the signs of ageing.

If getting old, wrinkly and weak is something you are really dreading then this news might be right up your alley.

A team of experts from Harvard and the University of New South Wales claim to have discovered technology that reverses the signs of ageing.

The scientists have successfully managed to transform an old and frail mouse into a younger, normal looking one, and thanks to the team’s success they have now begun clinical trials involving humans. The leader of the team, Professor David Sinclair explained to ABC Online how the process works:

We’ve discovered genes that control how the body fights against ageing and these genes, if you turn them on just the right way, they can have very powerful effects, even reversing ageing – at least in mice so far.

We fed them a molecule that’s called NMN and this reversed ageing completely within just a week of treatment in the muscle, and now we’re looking to reverse all aspects of ageing if possible.

In simple terms Sinclair and his team are able to activate the on/off switch in genes in order make something appear older or younger. It’s hoped that this will one day work in humans to restore youthfulness to our cells.

Sinclair is one of the most highly-thought of scientists on the planet and was named in Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

He goes on to add that early human trials have shown real promise and that one day epigenetic technology could be as important as antibiotics in extending people’s lives.

This content was inspired by an article that can be found here.


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