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Phoenix of Immortality

The Path of the Phoenix:
The Spiritual Road to Physical Immortality
by Robert Coon

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Linda Goodman and Immortality


This popular astrologer introduced many to the idea of physical immortality, due to the huge sales of her book, Star Signs. She had the idea, but she didn't have a good grasp of the basic principles. She died at the age of 70 in 1995, after a period of ill-health, due to diabetes.

Whenever a prominent Immortalist, such as Goodman, dies, it is always a useful practice to look for the reasons. Which Immortal principles were not mastered? In her case, two things are clearly evident: 1. It is essential to be at least a vegetarian at the start of your Immortal journey. Goodman told people to keep eating the flesh of dead animals for a 5 year transition period. If you have compassion for other beings, and respect the right to life for all other beings, then your body can free itself from a dependency upon the death of others quite quickly. 2. She did not respect the life of the unborn child. Every form of life is sacred. All true Immortals have taken the vow to preserve, and enhance, all life. Like him, or not, Pope John Paul II has very good ethics. Read his book, The Gospel of Life.

Physical Immortality is the road to perfect health. Respect the Will for life in all other beings, without exceptions. Some people are very spiritual, but have bad diets. Other people have very refined diets, but are a spiritual mess. Upon the road to Immortal Health, always keep spiritual and dietary progress in balance. Don't let one get too far ahead of the other. Master the art of perfect health. Every being desires to live. Your own personal health is dependent upon you respecting that universal desire. The universe is doing its best to evolve an ever-greater abundancy of life for all beings. Every Immortal is united with this Work and Will.


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