COvert I-Die-“T” Lowers Life Expectancy Again

Our Destiny? ——- Intensity/Life – Destruction/Death – Restart/NWO

In 1950, no one lived past 65 generally. A dramatic rise in life expectancy and new births since 1950 has recently – dropped off a cliff. Since COvert I-Die-“T”, new births have dropped and life expectancy is going straight down. What happened?

Americans suffer higher death rates from smoking, obesity, homicides, opioid overdoses, suicides, road accidents, and infant deaths. In addition to this, deeper poverty and less access to healthcare mean Americans at lower incomes die at a younger age than poor people in other rich countries.

The US has achieved very substantial progress in health outcomes over the last 140 years: in 1880 the life expectancy of Americans was 39 years, since then it has doubled. But this extremely positive trend has come to an end. While life expectancy for people around the world continued to increase, the life expectancy of Americans has declined since 2014. With the pandemic of 2020 – which already caused more than 225,000 deaths due to COVID-19 and 300,000 excess deaths – it is unfortunately already certain that the decline of life expectancy in the US will continue this year.1
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The rise in suicides and from the opioid epidemic are contributing factors to lowering life expectancy rates. The rate of opioid overdoses increased 45 percent between 2016 and 2017 alone. While suicide rates are also increasing and have been the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. since 2008.

“Life expectancy is a statistical phenomenon. You could still be hit by the proverbial bus tomorrow.” Ray Kurzweil

“Y” Quicker Death?

  • Poverty
  • Homelessness
  • Social isolation
  • Lack of education
  • Fast food
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Illegal drugs
  • Genetics
  • Stress
  • Lack of exercising
  • Lack of health insurance
  • Lack of social security
  • Low quality of public infrastructure
  • Diseases
  • Parenting

Super Drama Drop in Lifetime Years

The Wall Street Journal: Where Are People Living The Longest? See Where Your State Ranks In Life Expectancy
Where should you live to have the longest life expectancy? New data suggests heading out West is a good bet. Hawaii has the highest life expectancy of any U.S. state, according to new federal figures released on Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The combined average life expectancy for men and women in the state was 80.7 years old, the only U.S. state with an average expectancy rate above 80 years.  Washington state has the second-highest life expectancy, at 79.2 years. California was also high on the list, at 79.0 years. (Ansari, 8/23)

Drug overdose deaths reached a record high in 2021, killing about 109,000 people. And deaths from unintentional injuries — about half of which are due to drug overdose — was the second-leading cause of the decline in life expectancy.

A ‘shocking’ decline

The recent decline among American Indian and Alaska Native people is particularly “astounding,” Anderson said.

The life expectancy for this group plunged by nearly 2 years between 2020 and 2021 and a startling 6.6 years since 2019 — more than twice as much as it did for the total US population.

At 65.2 years, the life expectancy for American Indians in 2021 was equal to the overall US life expectancy in 1944. “When I saw that, in the report, I just — my jaw dropped,” Anderson said. “It was hard enough to fathom a 2.7 year decline over 2 years overall. But then to see a 6.6 year decline for the American Indian population — it just shows the substantial impact that the pandemic has had on that population.”

In the total US population, life expectancy fell more among men than among women in 2021, widening a gap that has been growing over the past decade. The disparity in life expectancy between men (73.2 years) and women (79.1 years) is now nearly six years. The life expectancy for American Indian men in 2021 was 61.5 years, lower than any other group. Black men had the next lowest, at 66.7 years. above excerpted from

Racial Disparity in Death Terms

In 2020, the United States (US) experienced a much larger decline in life expectancy than did other high-income countries, with disproportionately large losses in its Hispanic and non-Hispanic (NH) Black populations.1 Although the introduction and availability of effective vaccines were expected to curb US mortality rates in 2021, slow vaccine uptake and the spread of the Delta variant produced large surges in mortality. This study used official mortality data for 2019 and 2020 and provisional mortality data for 2021 to estimate changes in life expectancy in the US population, in US racial/ethnic groups, and in 21 peer countries. The study compared outcomes across five US racial/ethnic groups and is the first to include separate estimates for NH American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) and NH Asian populations.

Solution Diet Exercise Application

Lack of exercising

  • Physical activity is important to keep our bodies healthy.
  • This does not necessarily mean that you have to go to the gym.
  • It could just mean to go for a walk every day.
  • Studies have shown that only 30 minutes of physical activity each day significantly improves your health.
  • Thus, in turn, a lack of exercise will lower your life expectancy since you are more likely to develop obesity or other diseases which in turn may lead to heart conditions and may eventually kill you.

Increase Life Expectancy

  1. Do more exercising
  2. Fight poverty
  3. Support the homeless
  4. Integrate people in our society
  5. Change food consumption behavior
  6. Reduce your stress level
  7. Medical check-ups
  8. Stop using drugs
  9. Improve your sleeping quality
  10. Education
  11. Convince others

From a Hawaiian – How to Live Longer

Christy Ann Ceraso, [8/29/2022 10:38 PM]

I’ve lived on Big Island for over 2 years. I’ve been barefoot >99% of the time, have never used soap, and have never used pharmaceuticals, essential oils, or any chemicals on skin wounds. I’ve always gone into any body of water around without hesitation. … & I have had exactly 0 staph infections while living here.

I’m making this long post as a community service, to offer practical and proven advice on this very contentious and emotional issue.

Cure Wounds and Cuts Fast

The most important treatment for cutaneous wounds is SALIVA.

When you get a cut, immediately lick or otherwise salivate on it. Saliva clots the blood, accelerates and enhances the entire healing process, prevents bacterial overgrowth. Do this every time you remember to, until the wound is healed. There is a reason that animals lick their wounds – this substance has developed over hundreds of millions of years as the ONLY medicine available to land animals.

This Chinese study found that human saliva was MORE effective at promoting wound healing than Yunnan Baiyao, the gold-standard TCM formula for treating external wounds.

This recent study examines the biochemical & cellular mechanisms of this effect, and calls human saliva “a potential novel therapeutic for treating open skin wounds”

When wounds are deep or extensive, you can use a spit poultice of certain herbs. Plantain is a winner, neem is also very effective against existing staph infections if you can find a tree. There are surely many others, I’ve just seldom had to use anything more than saliva


Mushrooms are potent antimicrobials; soaking in a decoction of polypores, including local wild medicinal mushrooms, or cutting off the tough outer layer, chewing the soft inner mycelium, and applying to the wound. Also extremely effective is buying organic crimini/portabella mushrooms, peeling off a piece of the surface skin, licking the inside, and sticking it directly to the wound. Within a couple of minutes it will seal to the wound forming a second skin that massively enhances wound healing. There is much impressive research on this kind of approach.

Vitamin C

Ascorbate (vitamin C) is essential for skin regeneration, prevention of infection, and appropriate immune response. >99% of people are actually deficient at any given time unless they supplement. If you have an injury of concern, make sure you are taking at least 5,000mg of vitamin C per day.

What You Consume

Diet – yes, stop eating refined sugars and starches – in general. Fasting is often very helpful when an infection becomes established. I’ve not had to stop eating fruit just because of a skin wound. Tropical fruit is not just sugar, it contains other factors that are beneficial to health and prevention of infection. Again, if you treat wound properly from the start and have a healthy diet (which includes fruit, from the ‘āina)and lifestyle, it won’t be an issue in the first place.

Alt Cures

Many spices are safely antibacterial, if you heat some in coconut oil and apply them topically.

A 405nm laser pointer selectively kills S. aureus and several other pathogenic microbes without damaging human tissue.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (look it up) is helpful if an infection is already forming, to drain metabolic “wastes” and improve the immune response.

Avoid ‘Unnaturals’

I suggest NOT using hydrogen peroxide, isopropyl alcohol, undiluted essential oils or other approaches that kill living tissues and prevent the healing process. Pharmaceutical antibiotics are actually preferable, although in most cases they are not needed if you take care of it from the start.

Qi Energy – Center Yourself

Yes, the emotional/psycho-somatic component is integral as well. Practice Qi Gong. Fear and fixation on the worst possible imagined outcome will help to make it so, while a positive attitude inner clarity and “qi pressure” in the body will support an effortless healing.

Our bodies make bacteria to do waste management. The cleaner you are – the less bacteria needed. If you are too dirty inside – there will be an overabundance of ‘waste management’ bacteria and the Doctor will want to ‘treat you’. Avoid this, by staying ‘clean’.

Death Graphs Below

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