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Knoten der Ewigkeit
Die sind die am schnellsten wachsende Bevölkerungsgruppe weltweit.
Die vorsichtigen Guten leben länger.
Soziales Ungleichgewicht ist lebensverkürzend.
| Quelle: ► Artikel Langweiler leben länger, präsentiert von dem deutschen Onlinemagazin |
des Heise Zeitschriften Verlags Telepolis, Matthias Becker, 11. Juli 2011
| Quelle: ► Empfehlungsliste anhand des Artikels 33 Tipps, wie auch Sie 100 Jahre alt werden, |
präsentiert von der deutschen Bild-Zeitung, 11. September 2009
|See also: ► Life span enhancing attitudes and behaviors|
10 Jahre lang ein Kind.
Hinweis: Der Dalai Lama verzichtet auf das Abendessen, schläft 8-9 Stunden und meditiert regelmäßig.
Podcast Audiointerview mit Mario Martinez, PsyD, uruguaiianischer klinischer Neuropsychologe, kontemplativer Psychologe, Psychoneuroimmunologe, Autor, The Mind-Body Code, podcast MP3, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Multimediaverlag Sounds True, Insights at the Edge, Verlegerin und Gastgeberin Tami Simon (*1963), Minute 24:23, 36:46 Minuten Dauer, gesendet 4. August 2009
Wood's standard response on the secret to her longevity (105 years) and creativity
Ikaria islanders reach age 100 at 3 times the rate than in the United States. Dementia is virtually non existent on Ikaria, whereas about half of the Americans over age 85 suffer from it.
Emotionally crippled and a lonely youngster, exhibited negative coping styles that did not allow him to truly connect to others. Retired medical doctor with his own practice, he was a devoted husband and an exemplary father.
Unexpected discoveries about longevity found by an extraordinary 80-year study
Elders ⇔ olders
Two worldwide demographic statistics imbue the growing impact of elderhood.
Aging baby boomers population and increasing longevity in America including Europe
Cultural evolution via the rise of grandparents
30,000 and 1989: The "mature adult" majority is catalyzing quantum changes in the bedrock of culture.
Aging factors are chronic inflammation and shortened telomeres
Annoying incapacities of old age serve a purpose.
Enlightened beings beyond world and time are beyond longevity.
Paraphrased results of 75 year-long study on over 200 men (1938-2012)
Men growing into their nineties
Median life expectancy
Centenarians are the fastest growing population segment in mankind.
| Source: ► Article Clinical immortality and space settlement, presented by |
weekly free online publication The Space Review, Sam Dinkin, 26. October 2009
Nine longevity principles bluezones.com
| Sources featuring Dan Buettner (*1960) US American longevity coach, explorer, journalist for the National Geographic, educator, author of The Blue Zones|
► presentation How to live to be 100+, presented by TEDX Talks, YouTube film, 19:38 minutes duration, filmed September 2009,
posted 6. January 2010
► Health and Well-Being: Keys to Transformation, part 2 of 3, presented by the channel "Television Worth Watching",
program "The Nashville Health Care Council", YouTube film, 29:49 minutes duration, posted 7. January 2010
Nine lessons on longevity
| Source: ► Article 'Blue Zones' author: 9 secrets to live a long life, presented by the |
US American daily middle-market newspaper USA Today, Janice Lloyd, 4. November 2012
Six Blue Zones – Longevity Hot Spots
| Source: ► Dan Buettner (*1960) US American longevity coach, explorer, journalist for the National Geographic, educator, author, |
The Blue Zones. Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest. Lessons for Living Longer, Better,
National Geographic, 1st edition 25. March 2008
The ordinary city of Albert Lea in Minnesota has 18,000 citizens.
| Sources: |
► Vitality Project in Albert Lea by Dan Buettner (*1960) US American longevity coach, explorer, journalist for the
National Geographic, educator, author, Boosting Well-Being for a Longer, Healthier Life, sponsored by Gallup.com, Press,
YouTube film, 4:30 minutes duration, posted 19. October 2009
"Forced on diets don't work. Forced on exercise programs don't work."
► by Dan Buettner (*1960) US American longevity coach, explorer, journalist for the National Geographic, educator,
author of The Blue Zones, Health and Well-Being: Keys to Transformation, part 2 of 3, presented by the channel "Television Worth
Watching", program The Nashville Health Care Council, YouTube film, 29:49 minutes duration, posted 7. January 2010
► with Victoria Simonson, Albert Lea city administrator The Vitality Project, episode #116, presented by the Public Service
Media KSMQ, program "Health Connections", aired 19. August 2009, YouTube film, 27:49 minutes duration, posted 20. August 2009
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► AARP – Blue Zones Vitality Project|
| Sources featuring Mario Martinez, PsyD, Uruguaian clinical neuropsychologist, contemplative psychologist, psycho-neuroimmunologist, author|
► Audio interview The Mind-Body Code, MP3, presented by the US American multimedia publishing company Sounds True,
Insights at the Edge, host Tami Simon (*1963) US American founder and director of Sounds True, podcast,
minute 24:23, 36:46 minutes duration, 4. August 2009
► Facebook comment, 11. June 2013
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► Centenarian|
Two meals a day (breakfast and lunch), lots of fruit and water, and one baby aspirin daily.
| Source: ► Article 10 Health Habits That Will Help You Live to 100. You don't need to eat yogurt and live on a mountaintop, but you do |
need to floss, presented by the newsmonthly magazine U.S. News & World Report, Boomer Health, Deborah Kotz, 20. February 2009
In 1950 the number of centenarians worldwide was an estimated few thousand.
The US American Ben Abba has an extensive background in hard sciences. He is a computer major who works as an experienced security consultant and detective for various financial institutions to identify and stop hackers getting into accounts. He is versed in pinning down fraudsters within a short time.
A super-centenarian is a person older than the oldest person "of record". Ben Abba, US American security consultant, remote reviewer, longevity researcher, author
Since embarking into his longevity research Abba has met three of 25 super-centenarians in person, the oldest one frequently, who he calls "a reluctant guru". In 2009 Abba decided to share his findings via web radio interviews and books (to come; revised publishing date of the first one is summer 2010) declaring:
It would be a crime against humanity not to present it, regardless if it can be proven or not.
Detective Ben Abba has sought out and located and even interviewed super-centenarians:
[...] It is not my purpose in life to prove, undeniably, that immortals do live among us. This is why I was not going to even bother to tell anyone about the immortal that I found. However, as I continued to research this remarkable man and heard his stories, it became very clear to me that I had to tell the world that I found such a man and present his stories; even if I cannot offer scientific evidence that this man is older than 150 years.
Ben Abba, US American security consultant, remote reviewer, longevity researcher, author, blog entry Where's the proof?, part 4, 18. January 2008
| Reference: ► Study Summary of What’s Known About Supercentenarians, Boston University School of Medicine, undated|
Based on New England Centenarian Study, 1994, 2006f
| References: en.Wikipedia entries |
► Verified supercentenarians over 115 years
► List of verified and unverified living supercentenarians
► List of the verified oldest men
The very oldest of all IMMORTALS located by longevity researcher Ben Abba has covered a life span of close to 2,800 years of age.
Intimacy and family life
Source of Income / Money
History and conflict solving
Involvement with the Templars
Involvement with historical players [name dropping]
Biblical roles (undisclosed)
Teacher and friend of Jesus Christ
| DELAYED ebook and print version project:|
► Secrets of an Immortal. An Eyewitness Account of 2,800 Years of History, scheduled for summer 2010, Delayed to an unannounced date
Advised content: Ben Abba's encounters with remarkable super-centenarians, mostly the results of his research about the oldest super-centenarians
► Steven E., compiler, Lee Beard, compiler, Wake Up...Live the Life You Love. Wake Up Moments of Inspiration, Global Partnership,
16. January 2009
| Audio interviews:|
► Secrets of an immortal, presented by Blogtalkradio Truth2power, host Beverly D., 60 minutes duration, posted 1. June 2009
► Secrets of an immortal, presented by Blogtalkradio, Laurie Carty Web Radio Show, host Laurie Carty, 1 hour 30 minutes duration,
posted 15. July 2009
| Referenced sources:|
► Joel Wallach, Ma Lan, Dead Doctors Don't Lie, Wellness Publications, 2nd edition 29. March 2004
► by Jon Gabriel, The Gabriel Method, YouTube film, 1:52 minutes, posted 1. January 2009
Traits of longevity
Attitudes and Conduct
| Empirical data derived from researcher Ben Abba, |
based on direct interviews with (3 out of 25) living super-centenarians profiled by RV
| 1. Go to school.|
2. Keep your job.
3. Exert a strong will to live.
4. Act kindly and benevolently.
5. Kiss and cuddle.
6. Practice steady sex.
8. Confront your partner.
9. Don't get divorced.
10. Date younger women (given you are an older single man).
11. Foster (your) friendships.
12. Care for (your) pets.
13. Drink cofffee.
14. Consume alcohol (red wine, beer) moderately.
15. Have breakfast every day.
16. Consume little red meat.
17. Eat less meals.
18. Eat peanut butter (and dark chocolate).
19. Live in a quiet place (preferably in the countryside).
20. Sleep sufficiently.
21. Enjoy periods of stillness.
22. Play a musical instrument.
23. Train your brain.
24. Don't smoke.
25. Stall retirement.
26. Brush / floss your teeth (every day).
27. Keep moving (walking, jogging, biking).
28. Make sports.
29. Practice the Schüttelkur.
| 1. Reflect on your assumptions.|
2. Reframe your inner talk.
3. Shift your perspective.
4. Practice mindful attention.
5. Set intentions.
6. Build new habits.
7. Find guidance.
8. Move from I to We.
9. Death makes life possible.
| Sources: |
► Composed from the data of article 33 Tipps, wie auch Sie 100 Jahre alt werden [33 Recommendations to Reach Age 100],
presented by the German newspaper Bild-Zeitung, 11. September 2009
► Article Nine Practices for Conscious Aging, presented by Spirituality and Health, Marilyn Schlitz, Ph.D. (*1957) US American medical
anthropologist, senior research scientist, Research Institute of California Pacific Medical Center, co-founder of the Integral Health Network,
president and CEO of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) (2009-2012), writer on consciousness, healing, and consciousness-based
Health Care, July 2015
|Siehe auch: ► Langlebigkeit förderliche Lebensweise|
The British visionary and independent researcher from Cambridge, England, Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D., Dr. is a biomedical gerontologist at Cambridge University. He is the chairman and chief science officer of The Methuselah Foundation as well as the editor in chief of the academic journal Rejuvenation Research. His strategies for engineered negligible senescence (SENS) approach is controversial. With his engineering background he defined the ageing problem into following seven components:
| References: |
► : How to Regrow a Limb, presented by the US American web portal Big Think, Megan Erickson, 4. January 2012
► : Richard Wilkinson, Ph.D. (*1943) British professor emeritus of social epidemiology, University of Nottingham, economy historian,
researcher of inequality data in health and social determinants, Kate Pickett, Ph.D. (*1965) British professor of epidemiology,
University of York, co-author, The Spirit Level. Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger, Bloomsbury Press, United States,
|See also: ► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett (2011)|
|Reference: ► Website 2045.com|
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry 2045 Initiative|
Hinweis auf den 280 Jahre alten Hindu Yogi namens Trailanga Swami (1607-1887)
Hints to a 280 years old Hindu Yogi named Trailanga Swami (1607-1887)
Bone by Marion Woodman is the autobiography by a woman faced with death.
Wikipedia entry The China Study, Based on the China-Cornell-Oxford Project, a 20-year study conducted by the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Cornell University, and University of Oxford, coined as "the Grand Prix of epidemiology" by The New York Times
Just Say No to Aging? A provocative new book from a Harvard psychologist suggests that changing how we think about our age and health can have dramatic physical benefits, presented by the American weekly news magazine Newsweek, Wray Herbert, 14. April 2009
For five years Karl Pillemer interviewed more than 1,000 older Americans (at age 70-100).
Longevity Project – Longest 80 year old longevity study (1921-2011)
Cultural portals (memes) shape human biology and the ageing process.
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America, created 'long-distance mice' with PEPCK-C enzyme
In 2006 Shinya Yamanaka of Japan's Kyoto University first created induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells which can develop into any cell type. Up to now usually much fewer than 1% of adult cells are successfully reprogrammed to become iPS cells. Success rates of making cells pluripotent are still low.
The oldest verified woman (*1853) is a lifelong smoker whose actual daughter is age 108.
Georgiy Meurnishvili, spokesman for the civil registry at the Justice Ministry in Georgia, claims to host the oldest person on Earth: Antisa Khvichava (*8. July 1880-30 September 2012) from a remote mountain village in western Georgia
Compelling evidence that male sex hormone reduces male lifespan
Extraordinary 80-year study has led to some unexpected discoveries about long life.
Scientist Wanda Ruth Lunsford [age 26] put an old rat and a young rat to sleep and tied their skin together. The rats' blood supplies joined, and after several weeks the old rat had new neurons growing in its brain, a stronger heartbeat, bigger muscles, and brown hair instead of gray hair. Henceforth, Lunsford believed young blood could scientifically reverse the aging process.
Upper limit of human age is peaking at around 115 years
Bryan G. Hughes, biologist, McGill University, and Siegfried Hekimi, biologist, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, analyzed the lifespan of the longest-living individuals from the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Japan for each year since 1968.
Advice how to live to a hundered years
Das Andendorf Vilcabamba im Süden Ecuadors gilt als südamerikanisches Shangri-La. Seine Einwohner werden hundertzwanzig Jahre alt.
Die Studie "Alter: Leben und Arbeit" fand unter 205 Befragten eine Verteilung von vier unvereinbar unterschiedlichen Alterstypen unter den Deutschen:
Die Ergebnisse der Nonnenstudie, einer Längsschnittstudie (Longitudinalstudie) über das Altern und die Faktoren der Alzheimer-Krankheit bei Frauen in den Vereinigten Staaten beinhaltete alljährliche Demenztests an 678 katholischen Nonnen (im Alter von 75-106). Der Studienleiter und Epidemiologe David Snowdon (1986-2001) stellte fest, dass kaum eine untersuchte Nonne dement war, wiewohl deren Gehirngewebe teilweise stark abgebaut war. Den Gehirnen der Nonnen ist es gelungen, den naturgegebenen Abbau durch neuroplastische Kompensation (neue neuronale Verbindungen) auszugleichen.
Discussing the gap between biological and perceived age
On On aging
The emergence of the Liberated Older Woman [The Mother of Invention]
Elderhood is conscious maturing.
In-person friendships create a biological force field against disease and decline. This is not just true of humans but also of primates. Anthropologist Joan Silk's work shows that female baboons who have a core of at least three stable relationships with female friends show lower levels of stress via their cortisol levels, they live longer and they have more surviving offspring.
Universal lifestyle behaviors enhancing longevity, why they're so hard to adopt in the U.S.
Reply to Caroline Myss's question: the pioneer flies; defying cultural portals of aging
Three core wounds and their neurological antedotes
99.9% of all centennarians believe in God and lead a meaningful life. They don't think in terms of age and aging. They name their age and forewent to adopt the cultural belief of "middle age".
Bioinformative mental methodology of regeneration of removed organs and teeth, rejuvenation, immortality
Only 18% of the population flosses regularly.
Hidden from the rest of the world, Shangri-La, as described by James Hilton, is a haven of peace and tranquility for the world-weary diplomat Richard Conway (Peter Finch). There is no crime, no war, no sickness, no pollution, no sadness and a lifetime may be in the 100s of years. Minute 9:15
Note on Shangri-La:
Once the person has experienced these sublime states [of i.e. a near death experience NDE] their life is totally transformed. The movie "Lost Horizon" depicts those extremely well.
3 Die Long-Life-Formel. Die wahren Gründe für ein langes und glückliches Leben, Beltz, 1. Auflage 24. Januar 2013 ⇑
7 Erik Qualman, US American keynote speaker on digital leadership, digital media and future trends, author, Over 50% of the World's Population is Under 30 – Social Media on the Rise, Wiley, 1st edition April 2010 ⇑
8 Abraham H. Maslow, Toward a Psychology of Being, S. 26, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 2nd edition 1968 ⇑
11 "Methuselah" rediscovered – Encounters with the oldest Immortal alive ⇑