The Perils of Immortality

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Some advice before doing immortality spells.

The immortality spell does have its drawbacks. It can work for some people but for those people, they end up not dying but without proper precautions, it can be devastating.

As the result of the spells that I did to prolong my life, it seems like events changed to the point in which it prevented me from dying when I wanted to but at the same time, getting harrassed that immortality doesn't exist, and looking so young, I was but a 18-year old high schooler in their eyes. It may seem okay but really consider this. You are young and people don't believe you. Then when you get older age-wise, people remark on how many expensive plastic surgery you've gone through, how you are merely "cheating the age" and more importantly, we don't always know if they really work.

Another thing too is to follow the diet, which you will find online at spellhawk.blogspot.com or goggle 100 year diet. Or go vegan, which is harder than it seems provided that the hardest route is to be in a raw vegan lifestyle as well as decrease the chances of you dying physically and mentally. Meaning doing brain exercises, learning new things, keeping the mind balanced, and keeping the body fit and healthy. The oldest surviving cars that are shiny and all that took years of refurishing and keeping alive for most of them. If there is such things as "immortal" cars and "refurished" cars, then supposed that the human body's immortality takes much more effort than merely replacing the car parts and repainting it. It takes a life time to do that as well.

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Jul 06, 2020
You cannot live forever in your current physical form because Real Magic is a force of nature, it does not defy nature, but works with nature to bring a natural desired change. Death is natural, immortality is not. Everything that lives will one day die, even trees that can survive centuries will eventually die. You talk of well maintained cars living forever if they are taken care of. Yes, that is how it works when you constantly exchange a broken part for a working part on an inanimate object. You make an excellent point about healthy living prolonging life, because that is your only option to a long life. Coupled with genetics, it is a healthy and active lifestyle that will help add the years onto your life. However, a raw food or vegan lifestyle will not grant you the ability to cheat death. It could give you a more youthful look, more energy, and help you avoid many illnesses associated with age, but it is not the fountain of youth. You cannot say some words or take some potion and be frozen in time at eighteen, or twenty-five, or seventy-seven until the worlds end. Furthermore, I would argue of any age to stop time, your teenage years is the worst choice. Forever trapped in high school is how I picture hell, should it exist. As you gain wisdom, it will become insufferable to surround yourself with drama and angst. You will go insane, incapable of connecting with your peers. Not to mention the restrictions of youth, needed to be older to get loans and jobs. While I do not drink often, as someone who is staring down 30, I can assure you, getting carded every time you want a bottle of alcohol gets annoying, even after growing facial hair, a youthful face will still cause people to question you. Short answer, you cannot become immortal, and when you actually reflect on the reality of immortality, you would not want to. It is better to live now with what you have instead of fearing the inevitable and searching for a cure that does not exist.

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