The Elite Are Freezing Their Brains So They Can Be ‘Reborn’ In 200 Years

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Wealthy elites have begun freezing their brains so they can brought back to life hundreds of years later

The super-rich elites are having their brains frozen for $100,000 in the hope of being re-born in 200 years time. 

Throughout history, money has allowed the elite to buy just about anything they desired – except an escape from death. As a result, many of them are obsessed with finding a way to cheat death so they can enjoy their wealth for longer than the average lifespan. reports: As technology continues to increase at an exponential rate, many among the elite are absolutely convinced that eternal life will be possible someday, and they are determined to stick around long enough to be a part of that revolution.

One way that some ultra-wealthy people are attempting to extend their lifespans into the future is through the emerging science of cryogenics. Some are having their entire bodies frozen, and others are having just their brains frozen, but it is very expensive

The super-rich are having their brains frozen for £80,000 ($100,000) in the hope of being re-born in as little as 200 years time.

Cryogenics, which involves deep freezing the body to -196°C (-321°F), is increasingly being seen as a way to beat death.

There are several companies that currently perform this kind of “service” around the world right now. In total, several hundred people have already been frozen, and a few thousand more have signed up and are waiting to die.

And even though nobody has ever been successfully “brought back”, there is a very fervent belief that someday in the future it will be possible to return to the land of the living and “experience a whole new life”…

One businessman believes he will wake up in the future and ‘experience a whole new life’ after having his head placed on the body of another human being.

The British-born man, who wanted to remain anonymous because of the sensitivity of the topic, says he ‘can’t think of anything more exciting’.

One of the largest cryogenics companies is “the Alcor Life Extension Foundation” in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is already storing 149 dead bodies, and it has more than 1,000 “paying members” overall.

Once death is near, technicians from Alcor need to be close at hand in order to start the freezing process

Only when death has been legally declared can technicians start packing the body in ice while attaching a “heart-lung resuscitator” to get the blood circulating.

They then administer 16 different medications meant to protect the cells from crystallising.

Currently there are 149 dead “patients” at Alcor’s facility, including US baseball legend Ted Williams and the youngest person to ever be cryopreserved, Matheryn Naovaratpong, aged two, from Thailand.

Of course this technology will never be available to everyone because it is extremely expensive.

So could we someday have a small minority of “super-wealthy immortals” ruling over all the rest of us?

Probably not, but that isn’t going to stop the elite from continuing to pursue eternal life.

Cryogenics is one method that is being pursued, but it is not the only one. Transhumanists such as Ray Kurzweil are absolutely convinced that “the Singularity” will soon enable people to live indefinitely, while Russian billionaire Dmitry Itskov wants to rip our brains out and put them into robots

Inventor and futurist Ray “The-Singularity-is-Near”Kurzweil, now the director of engineering at Google, and Russian billionaire news magnate Dmitry Itskov want to bring our minds from the analog into the digital.

Kurzweil believes in a future where tiny nanobots will swim through our bloodstreams, repairing and augmenting us on a molecular level until our dependence on them makes us more machine than man. Itskov has a less nuanced approach: He wants to rip our brains out of our bodies and put them into robotic avatars—and he wants the ability to do it by 2025.

To you and I all of this talk may seem like it is coming from “Crazytown”, but these wealthy elitists actually believe this stuff.

And in places such as Silicon Valley, enormous amounts of money is being poured into the quest for eternal life…

Larry Ellison, the eccentric co-founder of software conglomerate Oracle, donates hundreds of thousands of dollars to life-extension therapies every year. “I don’t understand how someone can be here, then not be here,” he says. We’re not sure if Peter Thiel, co-founder of Paypal and unofficial technology advisor to US president Donald Trump, really transfused blood from younger men into his own in a search for eternal youth, but he’s definitely made an enemy of getting older. “I’ve always had this really strong sense that death was a terrible, terrible thing,” he told the Washington Post, reflecting on the millions of dollars he has donated to anti-aging research.

Without a doubt, there are ways to extend our lifespans. Eating well and getting regular exercise are a couple of them. But very few people ever make it much past 100, and the maximum age that anyone ever gets to is about 120.

We are only here for a limited amount of time, and this is something that the greatest thinkers throughout human history have always wrestled with. And despite all of our advanced technology, we still have not figured out a way to cheat death, although the mavens in Silicon Valley will inevitably give it their best shot. Many of them will put their faith in cryogenics, transhumanism or putting their brains into robots, but in the end they will discover that their faith has been badly misplaced.


  1. The Elite are idiots. What is truly surprising is that they believe their own disinformation and put their faith in man-made solutions, which have every time been shown to have a backlash kicker that is worse than the ‘cure’. What this tells us is that they are NOT the Elite, but that there is a tier above these “Masters of the Universe” who are the ones really directing things, and that they plan to wipe out ALL of humanity, including their immediate henchmen. This is one clue in support of the idea that there really is a war against humanity, and it is not being waged by those we think are in power (or even by those pulling the strings of those in power). It is another body entirely and it’s highly intelligent, but not at the level of Godlike intelligence but just rather impressive from our perspective – though not anything that we can’t get our heads around to some extent.

  2. Ahh yes, 200 year old frozen “elite brain” on crackers with a good Chablis and grapes…delicious, simply delicious.

    –Hannibal Lecter

  3. What do I think?

    Well, Sean, I have good reason to think we are already immortal and only need to remember who and what we truly are, to lose our fear of “death”.

    “O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?”

    Watch a few “near death experience” (NDE) and reincarnation videos. Read Raymond Moody’s book “Life After Life”. “Past Lives Therapy” by Dr. Morris Netherton is a gem. I don’t really care for Dr. Michael Newton’s approach but the cases in his books on reincarnation are interesting.

    Bodies come and go – “From dust to dust, ashes to ashes”, but there is something breathing us that just keeps moving and moving – is unstoppable.

    When they don’t get their way, children sometimes try to hold their breath to commit suicide and they soon see that something truly is breathing them and has more power over their life than they do. Even if they pass out, they will begin to breathe while they are unconscious.

    The word Spirit means Breath and breath is where we truly live.
    “For in Him we live, and move, and have our being.”

    Best wishes to you for a long, happy, healthy, fear-free life;

    “Perfect Love casts out fear” and Love is a far superior experience; it is what we all aspire to in everything we do. We get to choose, moment by moment, breath by breath Pause from time to time and notice how kindly it fills you up and empties you out, only to fill you up again… kind, patient, gentle – and always there.

    P.S. I also practiced past-lives therapy with many clients… convinced me that we are not mortal but immortal.

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