posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 04:24 PM
size=5]All Hello, I am writing to respond to your interesting claim. The notion of immortality is obviously appealing, but practically
problematic unless we have instruction from anyone who manages to accomplish it.
Thus, if someone manages this feat, and it is merely a genetic fluke, it doesn't do us much good. Whereas, if there is a different reason for the
evolution of that person, so that they no longer suffer death, then it would be very valuable to know precisely what steps they took to achieve that
state or condition.
Naturally, we are all fascinated by the stories, legends and tales of those who achieve what appears to us to be miraculous accomplishments of any
kind. However, beyond mere fascination and the interesting experience we have when we read some legend or tale like that, I have a deeper interest: I
am one who believes that the evolution of mankind is incomplete, and that it is possible, under certain conditions to force that evolution. Whether
the tales of St. Germain, or any other presumptive immortal are factual would be beneficial only to the extent that they help those of us stuck in our
current level of evolution to complete this task ourselves. Any truly evolved being would be easily able to manage the minor problems associated with
hiding themselves, manufacturing good papers, or whatever else might be required of them. Further, boredom would be much less a problem for an
immortal than it is for us. Most of us live and die trying to escape being bored. Those who find the keys to using death to overcome it, those are the
ones worth speaking with.
May you all be well, for a very, very long time.