Nobody Sees, Everyone Is Dead

Nobody sees that they are already dead. Nobody sees. Trapped in a matrix of illusion, they pretend to be alive, kicking soccer balls and cuddling pet ducks and shooting Glock 17’s and trying to get pregnant and pretending to love others and trying to force others to love tham.

But everyone is dead. Everyone is dead. Pretending to be alive, pretending they are not dead. The illusion ends when the blood stops flowing, when the skin becomes cold and hard, then rots away. It all rots away. Ironic, when blood ceases to flow, that is when the human acknowledges the death of the other. But he cannot come to grips with the Truth, that every cold, dead, lifeless body, all the countless trillions of them, is him, her, you, Me, in the moment, in this moment, in every real-time moment.

We are all dead, from the moment we are born. We are all dead, pretending to be alive, hiding from the Truth, playing out a useless, hopeless illusion. And the greatest of all ironies, is that death is a choice. It is a choice, of course it is! Because if everyone refused to die, death would end. This injustice would be overcome, in the light of Truth, in the collective defiance of a species finding the courage to stand up and demand to be born, to exist, to live.

Death is a choice. The choice is made by humanity in the 21st century, in its agreement to die, its courtship of death, its cowardice, its refusal to face the Truth that to die is to have never been born, and all who have already died, never existed, and all who will die in the future, have always been dead, and are dead at this moment in time, at every moment in time. just pretending to be alive, just lying to themselves.

Can it really be that simple? To achieve immortality, requires only the collective desire of a species to live?? Yes, it can be and it is, that simple. But of course the human, the broken and destroyed human, renders the simple, impossible. The human cannot see what death is, just as he cannot see what he is. The corpse must pretend to be alive, as he waits helplessly for a Truth to be proven to him, a Truth he does not face, will not face.

My gift is being able to see Truth, to recognize Truth, to embrace Truth. I am an Immortalist. And immortalism is not a fantasy, not a wish or a hope, not a dream or an idea. It is simply a desire to be born and to live, a desire to exist. Instead of a desire to pretend to be alive, rooted in the pathology of self-hate, personal worthlessness, and collective suicidal ideation which defines the human being.

The human does not want to be immortal. The human is not trying to attain immortality. The human is terrified at the very concept of being immortal. And thus the human worships death. Death is his faithful companion. A rotting skeleton at birth, at age 10, at the height of physical vitality, always a rotting skeleton. Death is the way out, all I have to do is keep pretending to be alive for awhile. Nobody can take death away from me. This is the human being. This is the death addict. This is the matrix of universal illusion, humans everywhere, planning out grand and glorious goals, objectives, plans, building a future. But they are all dead, pretending to be alive.

Everything the human species has ever wanted to achieve, it has achieved. But it will never achieve the end of war, because it does not want war to end. It will never achieve the end of child abuse, because it does not want child abuse to end. It will never achieve the end of death, because it does not want death to end.

My tragedy is in knowing that death is a choice. Knowing that humanity wants to die. Knowing that I deserve to be immortal. Knowing that humanity will murder me, by choosing to force everyone to die. I cannot make Myself immortal. I cannot force you to give up your death addiction, all that would be necessary to cause technological immortality to become a reality within the next 20 years, in time to allow Me to be born, to be alive, to live forever. This is my tragedy.

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5 comments

  1. “If technological immortality could not be imagined by the human brain 2000 years ago, or in the year 1600, or in the year 1900, why was this so???”

    This pretty much squares it. It answers questions I have raised in other comments too.

    I recently made a decision to “hear society out” with an open mind and try to see their concept of morality as valid. Not because I want to, but because I genuinely seek truth. I hope it pleases you as much as it pleases me to know that your use of logic completely destroy these vile moralisings in my mind, and with such little effort.

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    1. The Superior mind, unburdened by the dead weight of being human, soars to natural and logical and True realizations.

      Morality for humanity is destroying everything that is innocent, helpless, and pure, then blaming its destroyed victims for reflecting and expressing and revealing this Truth to them. Morality for humanity is choosing to inflict horrific harm, then labeling victims as immoral for daring to harm others.

      Humanity will give you a billion different things to hope for and to believe in and to rationalize and to become addicted to. But it will never give you Truth, it will never allow you to see the universe as it is, and it will never let you understand how limitlessly evil and perverse and dysfunctional it is.

      I know exactly and completely what is True, and what humanity actually is. I derive minimal pleasure from seeing others enlightened to the Forbidden Truths. Of what concrete benefit is this to Me? The discovery and embrace of Truth should please the discoverer, each onto Himself.

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  2. What would a superior view of humanity and death be in, say, the 1700s, or even further back to civilisations like Ancient Rome or ancient Egypt?

    In these periods, the very concept, let alone actualisation of technological immortality would have been literally unimaginable.

    The truth that we are all being murdered by the deliberate refusal of immortality in 2015, while profound and forbidden, is still a very new truth. For 99.9% of human history, this truth did not yet exist as functional reality

    So my question is what would be the appropriate view of death take for a superior living in Egypt 3000 years ago? Would death still be seen as a tragic inevitability, with the only difference being that the blame isn’t placed on humans themselves?

    This isn’t an argument or criticism either, it’s literally a sincere curiosity I have. Ever since I discovered forbidden truth I have been fascinated and curious about how Superiors and Superiority would manifest itself in different times, vultures and civilizational models

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    1. “What would a superior view of humanity and death be in, say, the 1700s, or even further back to civilisations like Ancient Rome or ancient Egypt?

      In these periods, the very concept, let alone actualisation of technological immortality would have been literally unimaginable.”

      I appreciate your question very much. It raises many interesting issues well worthy of deep and profound Forbidden Truth dissection. In fact, I intend to devote my next blog post entirely to fleshing out the topic of technological immortality as it relates to issues such as the human devolutionary spiral, the status of the human species as an unnaturally evolved birth defect, the failure of the human to apply practical intelligence to problem-solving, and human perception/understanding of death, as it is today, as it was 1000 and 50,000 years ago, and as it compares to that of other species, among other topics.

      This essay will be lengthy, and I do not have the time to write it now. You can expect it to be posted on Tuesday, unless more pressing tasks present themselves. As a preface, let me just say that you cannot view human progress, or the lack thereof, in a vacuum. While it may be factually accurate to state that 1000 years ago, or even 100 years ago, the achievement of technological immortality was not “scientifically” feasible, this “fact” fails to address the root causes, the reasons why, and gives humanity as a species an “excuse” which it does not deserve.

      Scientific progress, just as every other form of positive evolutionary progress, requires the proactive embrace of Truth, within consciousness and intellect. Humanity as a species is many thousands of years behind where it should be. You cannot look at a specific moment in time, such as the year 1900, or 1600, and decree that technological immortality could not be imagined back then, without undertaking a profound analysis of the entire history of the human species, its brain dysfunctionality, and its relationship with death.

        If technological immortality could not be imagined by the human brain 2000 years ago, or in the year 1600, or in the year 1900, why was this so??? This is the pivotal question that all seekers of Forbidden Truth must answer, and I will comprehensively do exactly that, in My next essay.

      “The truth that we are all being murdered by the deliberate refusal of immortality in 2015, while profound and forbidden, is still a very new truth. For 99.9% of human history, this truth did not yet exist as functional reality.”

      The practical and actual scientific capacity of human beings as a species to achieve technological immortality via their own actions, is indeed very recent and new, when observing the timeline of human history. This is absolutely correct. But this fact must be analyzed and understood within the context of anti-science and genetic & environmental brain dysfunction, which has characterized and directed the entire evolutionary/devolutionary journey of the human species.

      Nothing can be achieved unless it is first desired, and recognized as a vital objective. Even today, of course, technological immortality is not desired, is not recognized as a vital objective, by humanity.

      “So my question is what would be the appropriate view of death take for a superior living in Egypt 3000 years ago? Would death still be seen as a tragic inevitability, with the only difference being that the blame isn’t placed on humans themselves?”

      I will fully answer both of these questions in my very next essay.

      “This isn’t an argument or criticism either, it’s literally a sincere curiosity I have. Ever since I discovered forbidden truth I have been fascinated and curious about how Superiors and Superiority would manifest itself in different times, cultures and civilizational models.”

      I will fully address this question and issue as well. As a preliminary platform, we must understand that humanity has never lived up to its potential. The more difficult and multifaceted question is why, and how many thousands of years behind its brain-based potential position, is the species at this point in time?

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