Tuesday, May 11, 2010

The Evolution of Humanity into Superhumans

Boy, I wish I had more time to write about this. For now, just know that humanity is evolving into a higher species.

There are humans out there now that can see and taste sounds, speech and music; they can do complex mathematical formulas and calculations faster than a computer or calculator; they can diagnose illness inside the body via a psychic connection; they can survive in sub-zero temperatures by mentally forcing their body heat to rise; they can paint artwork despite the fact that they are blind without ever having eyes in their skulls. These and others have been documented on TV channels like History, National Geographic and the Science Channel.

Now this, an Indian Yogi that does not require food or water. Where does he he get energy? I postulate he converts sunlight and the positive energy of love and humanity into the fuel for his body.


Ahmadabad, May 11 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Indian Starving Yogi – Prahlad Jani has managed to create a huge stir worldwide, because he has neither eaten a morsel of food and nor had a sip of water for the last seven decades. He is currently 82 years old, and is managing to create headlines all over the world. The Indian doctors kept him under constant observation for a fortnight at a military hospital. But they were not able to solve the shocking mystery of how he manages to survive. The doctors also had no idea why there were no ill effects from the lack of water and food on his body. They even added that his brain was also mentally alert and could be compared to a 25-year-old person’s brain. And his body was said to be healthier by the doctors than a person who was in his 40’s.

“We still do not know how he survives. It is still a mystery what kind of phenomenon this is,” according to neurologist Sudhir Shah. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), the state defense and military research institute had performed the experiment in a bid to find out what makes the yogi tick, but at the end of the experiment they were none the wiser about it.