(Natural News) It’s something straight out of a science fiction movie, and a bad one at that, but it’s absolutely true: Big Tech oligarchs in the U.S. and abroad are pouring billions into research that will enable them to live and govern eternally by literally discovering the once-fictional “fountain of youth,” even if they have to harvest the blood of the young to achieve it.
In fact, the elite aren’t even hiding what they’re trying to do: No less than Newsweek recently published an expose regarding this ghoulish research.
“The Spanish firm Grifols helped set off a kerfuffle last year when it, along with other firms, offered nearly double the going price for blood donations for a COVID-19 treatment trial,” the magazine reported. “Brigham Young University in Idaho had to threaten some enterprising students with suspension to keep them from intentionally trying to contract COVID-19. The trial failed, however, and now the Barcelona-based firm is hoping to extract something far more valuable from the plasma of young volunteers: a set of microscopic molecules that could reverse the process of aging itself.”
Grifols closed a $146 million deal earlier this year to purchase Alkahest, a firm launched by Tony Wyss-Coray, a Stanford University neuroscientist, who, with Saul Villeda, disclosed in research papers published in 2011 and 2014 that blood from young mice could help restore functionality of the brains of aged mice.
The discovery then led to a new field of study called geroscience which “seeks to understand molecular and cellular mechanisms that make aging a major risk factor and driver of common chronic conditions and diseases of older adulthood,” the National Institutes of Health said.
Over the past six years, Alkahest has found more than 8,000 proteins in blood that show some potential in terms of slowing or reversing signs of aging. (Related: Biden regime now working with big tech to stifle all dissent to COVID-19 vaccine.)
“Its efforts and those of Grifols have resulted in at least six phase 2 trials completed or underway to treat a wide range of age-related diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s,” Newsweek reported.
You can already see where this is headed: The objective, of course, is to use the blood of the young to help unlock the secrets of aging so that the process can be arrested and even reversed.