Homo Immortalis Omnipotent

Living in “Infinite Space-Time”! No more “human created secondhand God’s”!

The function assigned to GOD is now available through understanding
the Universe we are part of. We will be the Engineers of our own body chemistry, in the Infinity of Space-Time we can live forever.

Biotechnology will control the “aging process” (we don’t wear out, but are DNA programmed to age), and “involuntary death” will not exist any more.

Science, Gene Engineering, Nano Technology, Epigenesis, Astrophysics
etc. and Extra Terrestrial Migration will allow for “Goal Oriented Evolution”, leading to HOMO IMMORTALIS OMNIPOTENT.

The fact that you are reading this is a good sign.

Many people know that we all have to die, so anything that may undermine that believe will be avoided.

If this would be information confirming that there is life after death, which is something many of us deem possible, we would be more inclined to believe it. The reason is, that once we have formed a believe and have been influenced accordingly, we are more reluctant to reevaluate our acceptance of it.

Since I grew up in a katholik environment I was sure that by following the rules, I would go to heaven and presumable not be dead.

I am now over seventy years old and have lived and loved on five Continents. With the information and experiences I have been exposed to, I have come to the conclusion, that science will make it possible that we can keep on living here, instead of dying and going to heaven.

You may be inclined to believe in some form of life in heaven, because that is the opinion of confirmed authorities. I can assure you, that looking for information based on up to date science, leading to youthfulness and the avoidance of death, will not do any harm, but may give you more time to do so.

You probably ask, what is this about?

It is like a quantum leap. A move to a new state of being. In the material world it would be like the jump from the atom to a mineral. Or from a multicellular organism to a cerebral animal. Or from a culture that depends on an “idealized self projected image (God)”, to provide protection and escape from annihilation , to a society that uses science and technology to solve the problems of sickness and death.

The tools that propelled us from primates to “Homo sapiens sapiens”, will now be developed, so we will evolve to Homo Immortalis Omnipotent.

Of course there will be opposition from institutions that now have the monopoly on “Life after death”. They should not worry, because our need for entertainment will always exist. Even sincere moral and religious disapproval should not divert us from taking this next step in evolution.

Just like the hydrogen atom did not know that it would become the planet we now live on, even though it already contained the basic code leading to the status quo. We will realize that the abilities that we have assigned to our God’s, are now for us to acquire.

The only limit is our imagination! Freedom from death now!


Note:  The Immortality Systems site is presently not active to post, but it has ten years of interesting information. To post a comment please use this Forum.

Looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you,

Alfred Schickentanz




Homo Immortalis Omnipotent

Leben in der Unendlichkeit von “Raum und Zeit” (Space-Time). Keine von den Menschen geschaffene “Goetter aus Zweiterhand” mehr.

Die Funktion die wir bisher den Goettern gegeben haben, werden wir jetzt selbst uebernehmen, indem wir das Universum in dem wir leben, zu verstehen lernen. Wir werden die Ingenieure unserer eigenen Koerperchemie, in der Unendlichkeit von “Raum-Zeit” werden wir ewig leben.

Biotechnologie wird  den “Alterungsprozess” kontrollieren, (wir verschleissen nicht, sondern sind vom DNA programmiert zu altern), und ein “unfreiwilliger Tod” wird nicht mehr existieren.

Science, Gentechnik, Nanotechnologie, Epigenese, Astrophysik usw. und “Aussererdische Emigration” (Extra Terrestrial Migration” wird zu einer “Ziel Orientierten Evolution” fuehren und den “Unsterblichen Allmaechtign Menschen” schaffen.

Die Tatsache, dass Sie dies lesen, ist ein gutes Zeichen.

Viele Menschen wissen dass wir alle sterben muessen, also wird etwas was diesen Glauben untergraebt vermieden.

Wenn diese Information bestaetigen wuerde, dass es ein Leben nach dem Tod gibt, etwas was viele von uns fuer moeglich halten, wuerde wir eher geneigt sein es zu glauben. Der Grund ist, dass wir eine Ueberzeugung die wir einmal gebilded haben und entsprechend beeinflusst wurden, nur widerwillig aufgeben und etwas Neues akzeptieren.

Da ich in einer katholischen Umgebung aufgewachsen bin, war ich mir sicher, in den Himmel zu kommen und nicht tot zu sein,  falls ich den Gesetzen folge.

Ich bin jetzt ueber 70 Jahre alt und habe auf fuenf Kontinenten gelebt und geliebt. Mit den Information und Erfahrung die ich gesammelt habe, bin ich zu dem Schluss gekommen, dass die Wissenschaft es moeglich machen wird hier weiter zu leben, anstatt zu sterben und in den Himmel zu kommen.

Sie koennten geneigt sein, in irgendeiner Form von “Leben im Himmel” zu glauben, denn das ist die Meinung von bestaetigten Autoritaeten. Ich kann Ihnen versichern, dass die Suche nach den neuesten wissenschaftlich basierten Information die zum Vermeiden von Altern und Tot fuehren, Ihnen nicht schaden, sondern mehr Zeit dazu geben werden

Sie fragen wahrscheinlich was dies zu bedeuten hat.

Es ist wie ein Quantensprung (Quantum Leap). Ein Schritt in eine neue Form des Seins. In der materiellen Welt, wie vom Atom zum Mineral. Oder von einem vielzelligen Organismus zu einem zerebralen Tier. Oder von
einer Kultur die auf ein “idealisiertes selbst projiziertes Bild (Gott) angewiesen ist, zum Schutz vor Vernichtung, zu einer Gesellschaft die Wissenschaft und Technologie nutzt um die Probleme von Krankheit und Tod zu loesen.

Die Werkzeuge die uns vom Primaten zum “Homo sapiens sapiens” befoerdert haben, werden jetzt
eingesetzt um uns zum “Homo Immortalis Omnipotent” zu machen.

Natuerlich wird es Widerstand von den Institutionen geben, die jetzt das Monopol auf “Leben nach dem
Tot” haben. Sie sollten sich keine Sorgen machen, den unser Beduerfnis nach Unterhaltung wird immer existieren. Selbst ueberzeugte moralische und religioese Ablehnung sollte uns nicht davon abhalten, diesen naechsten Schritt in der Evolution zu tun.

Genau wie das Wasserstoffatom nicht wusste, dass es zu dem Planeten wird auf dem wir jetzt leben, obschon es den grundlegenden Code zum “Status Quo” beinhaltete.

Wir werden die Faehigkeiten die wir bisher unseren Goettern gegeben haben, uns jetzt selbst erarbeiten. Die einzige Grenze ist unsere Fantasie! Freiheit vom Tod jetzt!
Sie koennen Ihre Kommentare auch in deutsch schreiben.

Danke, Alfred Schickentanz

23 thoughts on “Homo Immortalis Omnipotent”

    1. http://dailyuw.com/archive/2015/02/22/opinion/futurist-you-and-i-are-gonna-live-forever#.VOxlvvnF8To

      The Futurist: You and I are gonna live forever

      February 22, 2015 at 7:21 PM | Arunabh Satpathy
      Death has always been assumed to be inevitable. Massive cultural edifices — most prominently religion — have been built around the inexorability of death, and dealing with its creeping advance. People have attempted immortality through elegies, embalming their own corpses, and through the power of the state. But accelerating technological change accompanied by a simple change of point of view could permanently alter our relationship with death.

      An emerging form of thinking is treating aging not as a fact of life, but as a curable disease. Some people who hold this view think the majority of the resistance to this belief is psychological, not technical. Aubrey de Grey, biogerontologist and chief science officer of SENS Research Foundation, thinks the heretofore impossibility of overcoming death has led people to culturally rationalize it and to even consider it beneficial. He contends these reasons are “stunningly irrational from a purely objective standpoint.” For instance, he says defeating aging will single handedly save more lives than any other historical development, and is therefore worth looking into for that reason alone. Another point is that while diseases such as Alzheimer’s and cancer are seen as bad, the process of aging that underpins them is ignored.

      Clearly biogerontologists, those who study the biology of aging, seem confident about their arguments. They aim for us to get older and to remain vital as we do. Using the maintenance of an old car as a metaphor, de Grey told The Washington Post, “Once you have a sufficiently comprehensive panel of interventions to get rid of damage and maintain these things [old cars] … they can last indefinitely.” In other words, you can periodically repair and replace faulty or failing organs in your body to ensure that you live longer while staying healthy.

      And just how much longer is that? Andrew Dillin, of the Salk Institute in California and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, told Reuters, “What I want is for a 60-year-old person who is predisposed to have Alzheimer’s to be able to delay that, live to be 80, and get to know their grandchildren.” De Grey is less modest. He provocatively asserts that some people living today will live for 1,000 years through selective repair and replacement of body parts. According to a TEDTalk given by him, constant advancement of technology will provide the know-how to prolong the life of 200-year-olds before they reach 200, for 300-year-olds before they reach 300, and so on.

      Back in 2005, the MIT Technology Review in conjunction with the Methuselah Foundation offered $20,000 to any molecular biologist to prove that de Grey’s radical life extension theories were “so wrong that it was unworthy of learned debate.” The panel of judges included Nathan Myhrvold, former chief technology officer at Microsoft, and Craig Venter, who led the team that created the first synthetic life. Ultimately, they found that none of the scientists was able to completely obliterate de Grey’s “somewhat fanciful” theories, though one rebuttal was particularly eloquent. Ironically, one of the judges even characterized the rebuttals themselves as unscientific.

      To the uninitiated, this must sound like base charlatanry, but since 2005, some highly credible voices have lined up behind this effort. In 2006, Peter Thiel, a venture capitalist involved with Facebook and Paypal, donated $500,000 to the Methuselah Foundation founded by de Grey for the extension of healthy human life, with the promise to donate more. Ray Kurzweil, inventor and director of engineering at Google, has published rebuttals against skeptics of radical life extension. Most compellingly, Google itself recently started Calico, a research company aiming “to harness advanced technologies to increase our understanding of the biology that controls lifespan.”

      So, where does all this leave us? Given the increasing intellectual and monetary firepower behind radical life extension, I think a view of death as a disease might soon actually make significant inroads into mainstream society and science within the next decade. It might eventually lead us to the rather incredible circumstance that death itself will eventually become ours to control.

      Reach columnist Arunabh Satpathy at opinion@dailyuw.com. Twitter: @sarunabh

    2. This is a copy of an e-mail my sister Christel in Berlin, Germany just send.
      It has some interesting information regarding “Undoing Aging 2019 Congress in Berlin” with links to Videos.

      I am growing old and will be dead one day, please help me by promoting what ever it takes to “Undoing Aging”. My website http://www.homo-immortalis-omnipotent.org reflects some of my thoughts on the subject.

      Von dem Kongress im Mai in Berlin.
      Liebe Grüße, Christel

      Gesendet: Mi., Juni 26, 2019 at 14:34
      Betreff: Undoing Aging 2019 Presentation Videos available now..

      Undoing Aging 2019
      Presentation Videos available

      For those who want to revisit some of the highlights of the 2019 Undoing Aging Conference, we invite you to visit the Undoing Aging Videos page.

      The first set of videos include:
      Is comprehensive damage repair feasible? A vivid debate between Vadim Gladyshev https://www.undoing-aging.org/videos/a-debate-between-vadim-gladyshev-and-aubrey-de-grey-at-undoing-aging-2019
      Harvard Medical School and Aubrey de Grey, SENS Research Foundation

      Jerry Shay https://www.undoing-aging.org/videos/jerry-shay-presenting-at-undoing-aging-2019,
      Vice Chairman of the Department of Cell Biology at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, presenting `Telomeres and Telomerase in Aging and Cancer`

      Judy Campisi https://www.undoing-aging.org/videos/judy-campisi-presenting-at-undoing-aging-2019
      Professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, presenting her work on taming cellular senescence, the source of chronic inflammation implicated in major age-related diseases.
      .. and more Undoing Aging speakers, included scientists, CEOs, founders, and others sharing a fascinating range of talks on the latest frontiers of rejuvenation biotechnology.
      More presentations are being added, so be sure to check back regularly or subscribe to the Undoing Aging youtube channel


      Join the team:
      If you are a PR wizard, deep into the rejuvenation market, help speed up the transition to a world without age-related diseases: https://forever-healthy.org/en/careers/pr-outreach-specialist/

      If you are an MD or scientist interested in bringing evidence-based rejuvenation therapies to a broader audience, this is for you: https://forever-healthy.org/en/careers/

    3. Gute Nachrichten:

      Researchers want to have defeated aging

      Page 1 – Researchers want to have defeated aging
      Page 2 – All active ingredients have been known and available for years
      Page 3 – The men had gained two and a half years of life
      Read on a page
      The results of the Intervene study are available on ZEIT ONLINE. The study is called TRIIM, it is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). A rejuvenation was not the main goal of the company, originally the treatment should make the older age healthier. For this purpose, the researchers aimed at the thymus, an organ completely permeated by immune cells, which squeezes between the heart and sternum and weighs barely 50 grams. The immune system trains its defense cells in the thymus. But after adolescence, the organ stunted and turned into greasy tissue. The reserves of immune cells built up in the early years of life reach beyond the age of 60, but then their diversity decreases drastically. The result: susceptibility to infections and autoimmune diseases, because the thymus also sorts out T-helper cells that are directed against the own body. Fahy’s goal was to regenerate the thymus of older men, which only consisted of fat, and to rejuvenate the tissue, so to speak. That would be a sensation.


  1. http://www.immortalitysystems.com
    This is the text of my forum on the internet in 1998
    Extra Terrestrial Migration – Gene Engineering

    Eternal Life Society
    Migrating to Infinite Space-Time.
    “We Can Become the Engineers of Our Own Body Chemistry.
    – In the Right Environment We Can Live Forever”

    Once we get off the finite surface of the planet earth and are capable of living in potentially infinite orbital space, there is no reason to have a finite lifespan.

    As engineers of our own body chemistry we can disable the genes that dictate the termination of our lifespan, as scientists have already demonstrated with plants and animals. There is no inherent limit to the “Lebensraum” (living space) in orbital space as there is on our planetary surface.

    The life span of each organism is determined by the environment to which it has adapted.

    The new environment will be our imagination which we can only fill if we live forever. We have to be immortal. There is no inherent limit to our imagination as long as there is time and space.

    The incentive to be a member in good standing in society is the pursuit of immortality. Humankind’s social activity, ultimately its urge to mate, is an instinct, just like the instinct to live. If the purpose of society is to protect and enhance the well being of its members, then providing the means to achieve immortality should be one of its highest priorities. The “New World” must provide individuals with access to the experts, the education and the means to achieve immortality.

    The difference between our present world based on the formation and protection of family, tribe, nation and the “New World” is that the latter must have as its goal the pursuit of individual immortality

    1. .The IS Forum has been on the “world wide web” since 1996, one of the first that promoted the concept of physical immortality. ……………We filed for a Trademark in 1995 und “IMMORTALITY SYSTEMS IS Extra Terrestrial Migration — Gene Engineering” was registered on April 7. 1998 by the United States Patents and Trademarks Office under # 2148548. For: Conducting educational conferences and demonstrations regarding extraterrestrial migration and the use of genetic manipulation to became immortal. (U.S. CLS.100 and 107)

  2. New Class Of Drugs That Slows The Aging Process Discovered, The Scripps Research Institute, Mayo Clinic Reveal

    Scripps Research, Mayo Clinic Scientists Find New Class Of Drugs That Dramatically Increases Healthy Lifespan

    JUPITER, FL – March 9, 2015 – A research team from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), Mayo Clinic and other institutions has identified a new class of drugs that in animal models dramatically slows the aging process—alleviating symptoms of frailty, improving cardiac function and extending a healthy lifespan.

  3. This is information about some very rich and powerful people putting their money and know how behind the idea of “immortality”. This is good news. If you google “immortality”, you find lots of good information. Please spread the word. Remember, the only limit is our imagination.

    Peter Thiel, the billionaire co-founder of PayPal, plans to live to be 120. Compared with some other tech billionaires, he doesn’t seem particularly ambitious. Dmitry Itskov, the “godfather” of the Russian Internet, says his goal is to live to 10,000; Larry Ellison, co-founder of Oracle, finds the notion of accepting mortality “incomprehensible,” and Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, hopes to someday “cure death.” These titans of tech aren’t being ridiculous, or even vainglorious; their quests are based on real, emerging science that could fundamentally change what we know about life and about death.

  4. https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2015/04/peter-thiel-on-longevity-research-and-the-defeat-of-aging.php

    Peter Thiel is someone who has the know how and means to promote the idea of live extension and immortality.
    http://www.fightaging.org is a good site for information. They have a newsletter with the latest information. This is excerpt.

    WP: How long is long enough? Is there an optimal human life span?

    Thiel: I believe if we could enable people to live forever, we should do that. I think this is absolute. There are many people who stop trying because they think they don’t have enough time. Because they are 85. But that 85-year-old could have gotten four PhDs from 65 to 85, but he didn’t do it because he didn’t think he had enough time. If it’s natural for your teeth to start falling out, then you shouldn’t get cavities replaced? In the 19th century, people made the argument that it was natural for childbirth to be painful for women and therefore you shouldn’t have pain medication. I think the nature argument tends to go very wrong. . . . I think it is against human nature not to fight death.

    WP: Assuming the breakthrough in eternal life doesn’t come in our lifetime, what do you hope to have achieved through your philanthropy before you die? What would you like to be remembered for?

    Thiel: I think if we made some real progress on the aging thing, I think that would be an incredible legacy to have. I have been fortunate with my business successes, so I would like to encourage, coordinate and help finance the many great scientists and entrepreneurs that will help bring about the technological future. It’s sort of not important for me to get credit for the specific discoveries, but if I can act as a supporter, mentor and financier, I think that feels like the right thing.

  5. This is text from the following website. It talks about what some very impotent people are doing to solve the problem of aging.


    Seated at the head of a table for 12 with a view of the city’s\soaring skyline, Peter Thiel was deep in conversation with his guests, eclectic scientists whose research was considered radical, even heretical. It was 2004 and Thiel had recently made a tidy fortune selling PayPal, which he co-founded, to eBay. He had spent what he wanted on himself and was now soliciting ideas to do good with his money.
    Among the guests was Cynthia Kenyon, a molecular biologist and biogerontologist who had garnered attention for doubling the life span of a roundworm by disabling a single gene. Aubrey de Grey, a British computer scientist turned theoretician who prophesied that medical advances would stop aging. And Larry Page, co-founder of an Internet search darling called Google that had big ideas to improve health through the terabytes of data it was collecting. The chatter at the dinner party meandered from the value of chocolate in one’s diet to the toll of disease on the U.S. economy to the merits of uploading people’s memories to a computer versus cryofreezing their bodies. Yet the focus kept returning to one subject: Was death an inevitability – or a solvable problem?

    A number of guests were skeptical about achieving immortality. But could science and technology help us live longer, to, say, 150 years? Now that, they agreed, was a worthy goal. Within a few months, Thiel had written checks to Kenyon and de Grey to accelerate their work. Since then he has doled out millions to other researchers with what he calls “breakout” ideas that defy conventional wisdom. “If you think you can only do very little and be very incremental, then you’ll work only on very incremental things. It’s self-fulfilling. It’s those who have an optimism about what can be done that will shape the future.”

    He and the tech titans who founded Google, Facebook, eBay, Napster and Netscape are using their billions to rewrite the nation’s science agenda and transform biomedical research. Their objective is to use the tools of technology to understand and upgrade what they consider to be the most complicated piece of machinery in existence: the human body. The entrepreneurs are driven by a certitude that rebuilding, regenerating and reprogramming patients’ organs, limbs, cells and DNA will enable people to live longer and better. The work they are funding includes hunting for the secrets of living organisms with insanely long lives, engineering microscopic nanobots that can fix your body from the inside out, figuring out how to reprogram the DNA you were born with, and exploring ways to digitize your brain based on the theory that your mind could live long after your body expires.

  6. This is from the following website

    imagine a world where your well-being doesn’t depend on your age – a world where your health as a 90-year-old is indistinguishable from your health as a 25-year-old. In this world, once you’re an adult you can be whatever you wish whenever you wish. No need to worry about when is the “right time” to have a family or a career, or to leave everything behind and explore yourself. This is not a world where you need to worry about your limited lifespan or about the fact that the more you approach its end, the less able you will be to even just take care of yourself.
    This is a world where biological ageing has been cured

    It is not a question if this will be the future, but only when.
    Remember, the only limit is our imagination.
    BEAMUSE and train for IMMORTALITY

  7. If you click on this link it will take you to some mind blowing predictions by Ray Kurzweil. He is presently engaged with Google, that means his ideas will be have an influence on our evolution. Check it out. Remember THE ONLY LIMIT IS OUR IMAGINATION. be amused, alfred


  8. I was wondering if you ever thought of changing the structure of your site?
    Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the
    way of content so people could connect with it better.
    Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1
    or two images. Maybe you could space it out better?

    1. Thank you for your complimentary comment. You are right, but since i don’t know how to do it right myself, i am still looking for some one to help me making this site more informative. I belief that the news that biotechnology will make it possible to not grow old and be dead, should be made much more available.
      Spread the word, IMMORTALITY SYSTEMS “IS” Extraterrestrial Migration and Gene Engineering.

  9. HOMO IMMORTALIS OMNIPOTENT is a possibility. One may have to do stage by stage.
    Let us try to escape from death. There are trillions of unicellular organisms around us. They do not die on maturity but divide and becomes two young organisms. We are not able to do it because we do not have the genes . If we can do a germ line transfer of these genes we can escape from old age and death due to old age! Details in Immortality series Smashwords.

  10. Evolution from Lithosphere to Hydrosphere to Biosphere to Sociosphere

    Leading to:

    The next step, let’s call it a Quantum Leap, how will it manifest, that is, what will it be and look like.

    Homo Immortalis Omnipotent, will be the “building material”. I will be playing with IT. Let me know what you think.

    P.P. http://www.immortalitysystems.com (Extra Terrestrial Migration and Gene Engineering) could be part of…..

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