Michael Snyder – January 8, 2017
Is the blood of young people a “fountain of youth” that will enable those that can afford the treatments to be able to live much longer lives? No matter how much money someone has, life inevitably ends at some point, but there are some extremely wealthy individuals that want to change all that. Billionaire technology investor Peter Thiel, among others, is very excited about advances that have been made in the field of parabiosis. According to Google, parabiosis is “the anatomical joining of two individuals, especially artificially in physiological research.” Based on research that has been done on mice, it is believed that blood transfusions could potentially slow or even reverse aging in humans. The Bible tells us that “the life of the flesh is in the blood”, but now these elitists want to greedily use the blood of younger people to greatly extend their own lifespans. If it turns out that this method is highly successful, will the blood of young people become a greatly valued commodity?
When I first started hearing about this, I thought that it all sounded very strange.
After all, if people were to drink the blood of young people we would call them vampires, but somehow it is okay to inject it directly into your veins?
As I mentioned above, Peter Thiel is one of the leading proponents of this technology. The following is an excerpt from a recent Inc. article…