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Amrita – Wikipedia

Amrit (Sanskrit, IAST: amta) or Amata (Pali) is a word that literally means “immortality” and is often referred to in texts as nectar. Continue reading



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Are You “The One?” For every 10,000 people who read this book, only One will attain the immortal condition. Do you have what it takes to be The One? Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition! (Un)Common Sense (Stayin’ Alive) Teachings of the Immortals (Forbidden Knowledge) The Darker Teachings 1 2 (Advanced Teachings) Frequently Asked Questions Heart Murmurs Prose, Poetry, Gallery Forum (Immortal Spirit) Meet the Author Glossary (What it all means) Links Contact Us Home Google+ We strongly support anti-piracy regulation. Continue reading



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Xian (Taoism) – Wikipedia

Xian (Chinese: //; pinyin: xin; WadeGiles: hsien) is a Chinese word for an enlightened person, translatable in English as: Xian semantically developed from meaning spiritual “immortality; enlightenment”, to physical “immortality; longevity” involving methods such as alchemy, breath meditation, and T’ai chi ch’uan, and eventually to legendary and figurative “immortality”. Continue reading



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Crown of Immortality – Wikipedia

The Crown of Immortality is a literary and religious metaphor traditionally represented in art first as a laurel wreath and later as a symbolic circle of stars (often a crown, tiara, halo or aureola). The Crown appears in a number of Baroque iconographic and allegoric works of art to indicate the wearer’s immortality. In ancient Egypt, the crown of justification was a wreath placed on the deceased to represent victory over death in the afterlife, in emulation of the resurrecting god Osiris Continue reading



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Immortality | Harry Potter Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

Lord Voldemort, a wizard who sought after, and temporarily achieved, immortality Immortality (or eternal life) is the concept of living in a physical form for an infinite or inconceivably vast length of time. Immortality is one of the known limits to magic; it is nearly impossible to make oneself immortal; the only known and working ways are making and using a mystical object of great power to sustain life (such as the Philosopher’s Stone created by Nicolas Flamel or a Horcrux, the latter having been used by Lord Voldemort). If one were to possess the three Deathly Hallows, it is fabled that they would possess the tools to become the “Master of Death” Continue reading



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Immortality | Dragon Ball Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

Garlic Jr. becomes immortal Immortality (, Fushi), also called Eternal Life (, Eien no Inochi), is the concept of living in physical or spiritual form for an infinite length of time without dying. There are several outside methods in the series which can be sought after in order to become immortal, the most common being to make such a wish to the Eternal Dragon, Shenron, using the seven Dragon Balls Continue reading



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