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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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longevity techniques & exercises


]Health guru Truth Calkins mentions in YouTube vid [4:44] about the eight brocades or eight section brocade chi kung. He says there's a Chinese man of 256 years old [on record] who practiced this.

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The 5 Tibetan Rites


]Here you can find free downloads for both the 1939 and 1946 edition of The Eye of Revelation, the original version of "The Fountain of Youth" (which has become so popular in the later 20th century. see posts under ,offset=10]HEALTH, immortality

is an acceptable example on YouTube of the 5 Tibetan Rites with some added info on chakras.

I should add a bit of my own experience with doing the 5 Rites: they can offer pretty amazing results and some results you may experience immediately; for this reason there is a general tendency to increase prematurely the number of Rites one does.
THIS IS A MISTAKE

The proper way to build up to doing the Rites twice a day 21 times is by starting out by doing them 3 times at night or in the morning. The book suggests adding 2 every week. This suggestion should not be exceeded.
One should also not do the Rites morning and night right away. That's as bad as doing too many.

The number of times one does the First Rite may vary; it is determined by how quickly one gets dizzy. One should stop when one feels a little dizzy. So this may vary per person and in time. Accept this as your possible route to doing more Rites more quickly: if your body happens to be able to do the First Rite more, you will experience the benefits thereof sooner. The First Rite is different from the others anyway since practitioners work up to doing them 50 times a day (rather than the 21 of the other Rites). So there's your leeway when it comes to building up the Rites.

If the 5 Rites are so powerful, which they are, they should be approached with respect. Doing more than is appropriate can strain ligaments. (If you're really out of shape it can strain muscles of course.) Generally speaking though, if they can impact the body to the extent that it becomes immortal or that it has immediate effect, you're talking about a powerful tool. Give it time. If you don't, you'll find yourself falling off and getting back on it, conditioning the mind against doing them. Since it does take a certain amount of discipline to do them anyway, you really can't use any (unnecessary) extra impediments to implementing them in your life.

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breathing


]Strongmen Who Knew the Value Of Deep Breathing
“I open the window from the bottom and lean out, with my hands on the window-sill, then take a deep inhalation through the nose, holding the breath a few seconds while the lungs are fully inflated. Then slightly pressing the abdomen on the sill, I let the breath slowly leave through the mouth; repeating this movement twenty or thirty times. I also practice this while walking.”

“While many of the other strength greats of the day mentioned deep breathing practice as a big part of their regimens, George had a bit of a different angle on this idea than most. He suggested running, especially up hills, as being the best deep breathing exercise one could do, and that it was very simple to do this way, as opposed to some of the other trainers of the time’s methods for deep breathing. He suggested that the technique came naturally when running and required little in the way of thought or study”


GHULUM MOHAMMED (c. 1880-1963) was called The Great Gama, Lion of the Punjab. He did a lot of his deep breathing while doing 500 Hindu Squats (Tiger Squats) a day.
Each rep of a Hindu Squat starts with a deep breath, filling the lungs while pulling the outstretched arms into the chest and clenching the fists. The body is lowered by bending the knees and extending the arms downward and behind the back, exhaling on the way down. More deep breathing was done while doing his 500 Hindu Pushups (Hanuman Pushups) a day.
A Hindu pushup starts in the “Downward Dog” position, swoops down into a “Cobra Pose,” and returns to “Downward Dog.” The head and hips move in circles instead of up and down.
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