From; http://www.gigalresearch.com/uk/publications-pharaohs.php by Antoine Gigal:
This possibility of living thousands of years or hundred of years is normally interpretated differently; it does not fit the present paradigm about ancient cultures. It is than calculated towards more credible numbers, reasoning that they might not have been calculating in years. Still these references to longer lifespans exist.
Unimaginably Long Reigns
All these sources speak to us about a lineage of gods who reigned each one for several hundreds of years, for a total of 23,200 years, then of a list of 'Shemsu Hor', called 'Followers of Horus', who reigned for 13,400 years. Then come the names of the 'normal' Pharaohs whom we know. The fact that divine and semi-divine sovereigns could each have reigned hundred of years is unacceptable in our view of things, but we should ask ourselves why we accept without flinching the hundreds of years of life of the people and prophets of the Bible, such as Enoch who lived over 360 years.'
What if these numbers were actually for real? Alfredo Gamarra found during his research an interesting reference that could explain longer lifes in the past. Based on his idea that gravity in the past was less, he heard about the Russian astronauts that were for a long time in space, and of whom it was detected that the process of cell renewal slowed down significantly in space. Reasoning that we only have a limited number of times that we can renew our cells, and that this number defines how long we could live, it is logic to think that one could live longer if this renewal process is slowed down.
A few more indications that these ideas are valid can be mentioned, for example with the loss of bone mass of astronauts in space;
From; http://members.nova.org/~sol/station/hazards.htm :
'Bone and Muscle Loss - Weightlessness triggers bone mineral loss, where the density of weight-bearing bones (e.g., pelvis and leg bones) declines at the rate of one to two percent per month. Mimicking osteoporosis, the process begins with the atrophy of large weight-bearing muscles in the legs and reduces the torsion and compression on attached bones. The result is greatly reduced bone renewal and possibly a greater risk of forming kidney stones. Moreover, the heart will also lose muscle mass and weaken.Another indication of especially slower growing stem cells in space are the reports on injuries of astronauts recovering much slower in space:
On Earth, the bone in our bodies is continually being renewed. Old bone is being absorbed, but new bone is formed. Without the stress of gravity, however, bone renewal is greatly reduced in space so that some astronauts have lost 20 percent of hip bone density. Accumulated bone loss may level off at about 40 percent, if the experience of paraplegics on Earth is applicable to prolonged exposure to microgravity.'
'Impaired Healing of Injuries - Astronauts have to be very careful when they're in space because minor injuries typically don't heal until they land back on Earth. The reason for this impairing healing is not well understood. It is known, however, that a cell's mitochondria -- its energy generators -- do not appear to function very well in microgravity.'See also here; http://science1.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2001/ast01oct_1/ :
'bones no longer have to fight against Earth's gravity during locomotion. As a result, less mechanical strain is applied to the skeletal system Scientists think reduced stress on bones may be responsible for the progressive bone loss seen in long-term residents of space. (Lack of stress on bones among sedentary Earthlings, such as those confined to beds due to illness or old age, also contributes to bone loss.)'An indication that the number of times that especially our stem cells can divide is the limit for our maximum lifespan, we can find out here in the following article; http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25458-blood-of-worlds-oldest-woman-hints-at-limits-of-life.html#.U1pzYFft_gU
Of course in the case of astronauts, this loss of bone mass and slow recovery of injuries can be seen as negative effects. On the other hand it can be reasoned that one would not need the same bone mass in space. It is like a re-adaptation of the body to circumstances with less gravity. Life in the water has also less bone mass; most fishes have only cartilage except the biggest ones that develop some considerable bones, but less massive of course than similar sized land life.
Less stress on the body and bones, theorically means that the body could grow taller. Sealife, thanks to the gravity force being compensated for the biggest part by the buoyancy effect, can indeed grow bigger than land life. Even astronauts grow a few inches taller in space thanks to less stress on the spine, although being full grown persons:
See http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/5-8/features/F_How_Youve_Grown_5-8.html :
So would less stress on the body and cells also explain why cells grow slower? Would it be the reason why there are references to 'boneless people', or living spirits in the past? Would the race of fallen angels indeed have been a kind of angels in earlier times before they fell down? According to Alfredo Gamarra, the earth fell down 2 times during human history, which for him ment a change of orbit and an increase in gravity at the same time, which changed immediately the conditions for life on earth. See here the reference to boneless people; http://www.blavatskyarchives.com/kuhnthesecretdoctrine.htm'My How You've Grown!
Did you know that astronauts are up to 2 inches taller while they're in space? As soon as they come back to Earth, though, they return to their normal height. What happens in space is not an optical illusion, but one more example of how microgravity affects our bodies.
An Astronaut on an Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA)
Imagine that the vertebrae in your back form a giant spring. Pushing down on the spring keeps it coiled tightly. When the force is released, the spring stretches out. In the same way, the spine elongates by up to three percent while humans travel in space. There is less gravity pushing down on the vertebrae, so they can stretch out - up to 7.6 centimeters (3 inches).
'Humanity had run the course of two races before having developed a physical body comparable to the ones we are familiar with. What and where were these two races? The first is given no specific name, but it inhabited the 'Imperishable Sacred Land,' about which there is little information. It was a continent that lay in a quarter of the globe where the climate was suited to the forms of life then prevalent. At the end of its long history it was sunk by great cataclysms beneath the ocean. Men in this race were boneless, their bodies plastic'So theorically, if gravity would have been less in earlier times, the effect of gravity force on the human body could explain 2 mysteries of the past, one of the high ages, and the other one the existence of giants!
With this principle of less gravity in the past in mind, one could also see the giant scale and the not yet understood sophisticated technology of ancient sites, in another light.
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