That's me now 58. Hard to believe things have gone by!! LOL!
Happy birthday! (3 days late)Just keep shaving your head and your beard and no one will ever suspect you're past your 40s (I do the same thing).Btw, have you read the post I made about a 5 *million* year old blue amphibian from Venus? You're barely a tadpole compared to her.(Here it is again, in case you're thinking about writing a sequel to "Immortality of the Gods": one "Ancient Astronaut" story that no one ever seems to bring up these days, even though it's practically a classic amongst older French people and hispanics in South America, comes from "100,000 years of man's unknown history", by Robert Charroux:The very early pre-Inca people (and the few still extant Aimara tribes of the Andes) believed that 5 million years ago, a blue-skinned, blue-blooded amphibian female from the planet Venus came down to Earth, and landed in her golden vessel on the Island of the Sun in the middle of Lake Titicaca. Her name was "Orejona", and she mated with a prehistoric animal, either a large ape or an anteater-pig (!), giving birth to the very first animal-man, who would later become the first modern man, and remember her on a very deep ancestral level, mostly in their dreams and their psychedelic experiences, and base religions on this goddess from the sea.Jim Marrs noted something similar in his Ancient Aliens book:There was "Project Stargate", run by the D.I.A. back in the early 1980s. They used remote-viewers who projected their consciousness back in time to bear witness to the most important events in history (seriously, this has been officially declassified since). For their ultimate experiment, they sent their best "psychic spy" to view the origins of the human race millions of years ago. The result?A naked, feminine extraterrestrial being, aboard her "seedship" in the sea, using her own DNA to genetically engineer the first ape-men. This aquatic creature was tending to us like "plants in a garden".*If these stories are true, and if the Venusian Orejona did return 35,000-40,000 years ago to help build the holy city of Tiahuanaco (as the local tribes believe), then she would be truly immortal, at least 5 million years old, putting the Anunnaki to shame.*)