The 2,800 year old genetleman that I write about does not keep track of his age or even his birthday.
Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
reply to post by The time lord
2 timelords should be able to prove this guys story fake.
need i remind everybody that he lied about the birthday thing. if he lied about that the whole story is probably a lie.
Originally posted by Arawn
The topic reminds me of the film Unbreakable. I'm sure you've all seen it as it is roughly 7 years old now. Anyway, in that film, Bruce Willis plays an immortal. Well an 'unbreakable' I guess is more accurate. He's not a vampire or anything mysterious like that. He's just an average guy who goes throughout his life not knowing he's 'unbreakable' until he suffers a train accident. Everybody dies on the train and he walks away from it without a scratch.
It got me thinking about this film last year actually, as it appeared on tv once again. The film got me thinking that if you were 'unbreakable', you might not know until such an event like that happened. Bruce Willis didn't suffer from illness in his life or colds etc. Would you wonder why you never had a cold if you were 'unbreakable'? I'm sure it wouldn't enter your head and you would live your life say after day just thinking you're a lucky guy, never coming down with an illness. If you never suffer from anything, you wouldn't give it a second thought would you?
Anyway, sticking to the film, Samuel L Jackson plays the opposite to Bruce Willis. He suffers from brittle bones. He has done all his life. So brittle are his bones, that any fall leaves him in plaster casts and wheelchair bound until his body mends itself. I believe it's called osteogenesis imperfecta, and is a medical condition. SO IT EXISTS.
Now, this leads me onto the theory put forward by the film. If people in the world exist with osteogenesis imperfecta, then (if you believe everything has an opposite,) there should be people out there who are 'unbreakable' right?
It's a possibility and such a possibility that people who are 'immortal,' could be out there living their lives not even knowing the fact. Possibly, maybe...?
Originally posted by Enthralled Fan
reply to post by benabba
By any chance is the person you are talking about the Count of St. Germain? He seems to be found every couple of centuries.
He was supposedly at the wedding where Christ turned water into wine.
I find this interesting because I at one time was in contact with a person who claimed to be his neice. She said there is some sort of family curse in relation to all of this, and she is in contact constantly with a dark entity.
Legend tells that he never eats a meal in public, but retains his relatively young looks, for being thousands of years old.
If this is not who you mean, will you give a name?
Edit to add:
Also about this neice. She died suddenly this past year. She was instructed by the dark entity to give psychic readings to people and explained to everyone that the messages were coming from a dark entity. She said that if she even missed one day of readings, she would be struck ill, by way of intense headaches.
She had gone to Italy, not sure why. She was found dead in the hotel room with the doors locked from the inside. No entry through a window as she was several stories up. She was found looking as though she was in peaceful sleep. Not a mark on her body, however, it was found that every single bone in her body was crushed on the inside, yet there was not a bruise to be found. She was 28 years old.
If your contact is St. Germain, would you ask if he knows the story behind this? Her name was Veronica.
[edit on 8-1-2008 by Enthralled Fan]