Then its self-delusion. Clintons,Soros, all these people look like the walking dead.
There’s a difference between life extension and rejuvenation. If it rejuvenated, it would be on every cosmetic counter. Altho, come to think of it, fetal products have been used and advertised for skin rejuvenation.
Also, I saw an article recently where teenagers’ blood is being offered for transfusion @ $8k/treatment.
My personal opinion is the entire blood thing is a ritual tied to some occult teaching and the life extension part is an added inducement. Perhaps the hidden, *spiritual* meanings are masked to the initiate or pre-initiate? Dunno....I’m old enough that a promise of just feeling young again would be tempting, if I didn’t know/care about the source of the product and could afford it.
Perhaps the first one is free? It wears off and you need a repeat dose, complete w/payment.
Lots of deception in those circles, from what I’ve read. Another thought: could the visible recipients be savvy enough they don’t want to call attention to themselves in that regard? Bad enough to be Soros...what if he looked 40 for forty years?
I’m sure people have been experimenting with all kinds of things, in efforts to resolve disease; but the extremes of these stories are about as believable to me as a creepy portrait in someone’s attic.