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richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: January 05, 2014 05:23PM


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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: powerlifter ()
Date: January 05, 2014 05:41PM

He seems to have lost his front teeth, yoyo purity driven dieting and breatharianism taken too far i suspect.

He used to have a great physique back in the day aswell.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: January 05, 2014 05:55PM

To be honest he seems quite arrogant and stumbles over a lot of his words.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: powerlifter ()
Date: January 05, 2014 06:45PM

Even if breatharianism was possible(which its not), just living off orange juice or breatharianism would actually slow or completely halt several of the bodies natural detoxification processes which are reliant on sufficient intake of many nutrients such as b vitamins, zinc, selenium etc.

And the fact that breatharianism is likely to kill you in the end through severe malnutrition. None of these breatharians ever agree to a clinical study being done on them, which is a huge give away in itself.

The usual transition for these type of guys seems to be starting with a SAD diet to vegetarian/cooked vegan, to raw vegan, to fruitarian/no overt fats, to liquidarian(just juice) and finally to breatharian. In the process they are just getting more and more nutritionally depleted and toxic. Also the digestive process weakens, these people become unable to digest any food rich in protein or minerals such as zinc, which is probably why they begin to favour liquids only.

Certainly not the enlightening spiritual process these people claim it to be in my opinion and is potentially very dangerous.



Edited 8 time(s). Last edit at 01/05/2014 06:53PM by powerlifter.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: January 05, 2014 07:26PM

powerlifter Wrote:
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> Even if breatharianism was possible(which its
> not), just living off orange juice or
> breatharianism would actually slow or completely
> halt several of the bodies natural detoxification
> processes which are reliant on sufficient intake
> of many nutrients such as b vitamins, zinc,
> selenium etc.
>
> And the fact that breatharianism is likely to kill
> you in the end through severe malnutrition. None
> of these breatharians ever agree to a clinical
> study being done on them, which is a huge give
> away in itself.
>
> The usual transition for these type of guys seems
> to be starting with a SAD diet to
> vegetarian/cooked vegan, to raw vegan, to
> fruitarian/no overt fats, to liquidarian(just
> juice) and finally to breatharian. In the process
> they are just getting more and more nutritionally
> depleted and toxic. Also the digestive process
> weakens, these people become unable to digest any
> food rich in protein or minerals such as zinc,
> which is probably why they begin to favour liquids
> only.
>
> Certainly not the enlightening spiritual process
> these people claim it to be in my opinion and is
> potentially very dangerous.


I think breathrianism is most definitely possible, it's just not understood in western culture and it's also very hard to achieve in the majority of places on Earth because it's so polluted. The reason many breatharians wouldn't agree is likely because they have no interest in proving their lifestyle to others. It's not about ego, it's for ultimate purification so they can achieve optimal spiritual abilities. They can harness energy from the sun and don't need to rely on food, and it's said that all humans used to be like this until greed, ego, and temptation took over and we started eating plants. And then we started eating other beings. And then we started to heavily pollute the earth and so. The result? A society like we have today ran by greed, corruption, and manipulation with everyone against one another and stressed out.

Furthermore, I actually think there is video of one breatharian who agreed to be monitored for like two weeks, didn't drink a drop of water or eat anything and showed no signs of suffering.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: powerlifter ()
Date: January 05, 2014 07:30PM

2 weeks ?, thats not long at all, thats just an intense dry fast at best and if its the same account i read they were aloud visitors, so we have no way of knowing if they were sneaked in water or food.

Im sure i also read that in the 2 weeks they also dropped weight and bodyfat majorly, if they'd been breatharian for any length as they claim, why did they suddenly start dropping weight once under observation.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 01/05/2014 07:31PM by powerlifter.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: HH ()
Date: January 05, 2014 07:34PM

I don't believe him.



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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: HH ()
Date: January 05, 2014 07:45PM

I'd like to see actual proof that someone consumed nothing for 2 weeks without losing significant weight and experiencing the other typical effects of a fast of that length. Anyone can go on the internet and say, "This happened..." Without proof, it means nothing.


jtprindl Wrote:
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> powerlifter Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Even if breatharianism was possible(which its
> > not), just living off orange juice or
> > breatharianism would actually slow or
> completely
> > halt several of the bodies natural
> detoxification
> > processes which are reliant on sufficient
> intake
> > of many nutrients such as b vitamins, zinc,
> > selenium etc.
> >
> > And the fact that breatharianism is likely to
> kill
> > you in the end through severe malnutrition.
> None
> > of these breatharians ever agree to a clinical
> > study being done on them, which is a huge give
> > away in itself.
> >
> > The usual transition for these type of guys
> seems
> > to be starting with a SAD diet to
> > vegetarian/cooked vegan, to raw vegan, to
> > fruitarian/no overt fats, to liquidarian(just
> > juice) and finally to breatharian. In the
> process
> > they are just getting more and more
> nutritionally
> > depleted and toxic. Also the digestive process
> > weakens, these people become unable to digest
> any
> > food rich in protein or minerals such as zinc,
> > which is probably why they begin to favour
> liquids
> > only.
> >
> > Certainly not the enlightening spiritual
> process
> > these people claim it to be in my opinion and
> is
> > potentially very dangerous.
>
>
> I think breathrianism is most definitely possible,
> it's just not understood in western culture and
> it's also very hard to achieve in the majority of
> places on Earth because it's so polluted. The
> reason many breatharians wouldn't agree is likely
> because they have no interest in proving their
> lifestyle to others. It's not about ego, it's for
> ultimate purification so they can achieve optimal
> spiritual abilities. They can harness energy from
> the sun and don't need to rely on food, and it's
> said that all humans used to be like this until
> greed, ego, and temptation took over and we
> started eating plants. And then we started eating
> other beings. And then we started to heavily
> pollute the earth and so. The result? A society
> like we have today ran by greed, corruption, and
> manipulation with everyone against one another and
> stressed out.
>
> Furthermore, I actually think there is video of
> one breatharian who agreed to be monitored for
> like two weeks, didn't drink a drop of water or
> eat anything and showed no signs of suffering.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: HH ()
Date: January 05, 2014 08:10PM

That's a comprehensively dark perspective you have on the world, jtprindl. Are you capable of seeing any good? I see it everywhere.

jtprindl Wrote:
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> powerlifter Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Even if breatharianism was possible(which its
> > not), just living off orange juice or
> > breatharianism would actually slow or
> completely
> > halt several of the bodies natural
> detoxification
> > processes which are reliant on sufficient
> intake
> > of many nutrients such as b vitamins, zinc,
> > selenium etc.
> >
> > And the fact that breatharianism is likely to
> kill
> > you in the end through severe malnutrition.
> None
> > of these breatharians ever agree to a clinical
> > study being done on them, which is a huge give
> > away in itself.
> >
> > The usual transition for these type of guys
> seems
> > to be starting with a SAD diet to
> > vegetarian/cooked vegan, to raw vegan, to
> > fruitarian/no overt fats, to liquidarian(just
> > juice) and finally to breatharian. In the
> process
> > they are just getting more and more
> nutritionally
> > depleted and toxic. Also the digestive process
> > weakens, these people become unable to digest
> any
> > food rich in protein or minerals such as zinc,
> > which is probably why they begin to favour
> liquids
> > only.
> >
> > Certainly not the enlightening spiritual
> process
> > these people claim it to be in my opinion and
> is
> > potentially very dangerous.
>
>
> I think breathrianism is most definitely possible,
> it's just not understood in western culture and
> it's also very hard to achieve in the majority of
> places on Earth because it's so polluted. The
> reason many breatharians wouldn't agree is likely
> because they have no interest in proving their
> lifestyle to others. It's not about ego, it's for
> ultimate purification so they can achieve optimal
> spiritual abilities. They can harness energy from
> the sun and don't need to rely on food, and it's
> said that all humans used to be like this until
> greed, ego, and temptation took over and we
> started eating plants. And then we started eating
> other beings. And then we started to heavily
> pollute the earth and so. The result? A society
> like we have today ran by greed, corruption, and
> manipulation with everyone against one another and
> stressed out.
>
> Furthermore, I actually think there is video of
> one breatharian who agreed to be monitored for
> like two weeks, didn't drink a drop of water or
> eat anything and showed no signs of suffering.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: January 05, 2014 08:13PM

come on now, Jasmuheen was monitored and failed.

give it a break.

It was more interesting that wolfie was there, further showing his absurdity,
than the sad inane ramblings of rb.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 05, 2014 08:22PM

jtprindl

are you referring to this guy ( it was way more than 2 wks though) :

[lifetechnologynews.blogspot.com]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/05/2014 08:23PM by la_veronique.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: HH ()
Date: January 05, 2014 09:18PM

Here's his web site: [solarhealing.com]

la_veronique Wrote:
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> jtprindl
>
> are you referring to this guy ( it was way more
> than 2 wks though) :
>
> [lifetechnologynews.blogspot.com]
> ra-ratan-manek-sungazer-breatharian.html

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: January 05, 2014 10:58PM

It scares me that anyone believed this creepy looking guy. What's the deal with the woman and David Wolf interviewing this madman!? Were they being serious or was it a bad joke?

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 06, 2014 02:30AM

[www.youtube.com]

The above is his workout. I'd say the only thing mad about him is his insanely crazy workout which he does as easily as someone drinking a tall glass of water.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: January 06, 2014 02:32AM

that's from 4 years ago.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: janetc ()
Date: January 06, 2014 02:34AM

Wowsa: I'd kill myself if I attempted that!

This was done in 2009. I wonder if his strength has been altered by his diet at all?

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 06, 2014 03:08AM

fresh

are you able to do the same athletic regimen from four years ago?

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 06, 2014 03:11AM

people usually get better with time

especially if their core values are solid

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: January 06, 2014 03:23AM

my point was only that it was 4 years ago and he hasn't eaten much in that time and i saw pictures and he is much smaller. and he apparently does not do those things anymore, so i suspect that he would not be able to do those things, but who knows he didn't discuss it. i do about the same as 4 years ago, but i'm eating a bit more than my own saliva.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: January 06, 2014 03:49AM

fresh Wrote:
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> my point was only that it was 4 years ago and he
> hasn't eaten much in that time and i saw pictures
> and he is much smaller. and he apparently does
> not do those things anymore, so i suspect that he
> would not be able to do those things, but who
> knows he didn't discuss it. i do about the same
> as 4 years ago, but i'm eating a bit more than my
> own saliva.
People who once were good at something snap all the time. To me the worst of the video, (because it seems obvious the interviewee was beyond being aware of what was taking place), is the shameless interviewers. Ghoulish. IMO.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Date: January 06, 2014 04:37AM

l like the expression on David Wolfe's face. He seems quite amused.


Here is a more in depth interview with Genesis. 90 minutes.
[www.youtube.com]

www.thesproutarian.com



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/06/2014 04:43AM by The Sproutarian Man.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: January 06, 2014 05:39AM

These "Breatharian" interviewers all remind me of TV reporters who shove a microphone in the faces of people who have suffered tragedies and ask "How do you feel". Horribly ghoulish unless, of course, they are true believers themselves. Then I suppose they can't be held responsible because they are as loony tunes as "Genesis".

That wild eyed true believer look "Genesis" has going is pretty unmistakable for anything else, IMO. Always sad.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fruitylou ()
Date: January 06, 2014 06:30AM

wolfe and sunfire jericho have a lot in common. they both sell people complete bullcrap ideas.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: January 06, 2014 06:33AM

Here is someone who actually was tested and passed Prahlad Jani


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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 06, 2014 06:58AM

.



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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: January 06, 2014 11:14AM

here richard/jericho/genesis

talks about the love/hate relationship with breatharianism




[www.youtube.com]

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: January 06, 2014 01:32PM

prahlad jani - what exactly did he pass? that he could go 15 days? doesn't mean anything.

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: January 06, 2014 03:41PM

Check out the wild anything but enlightened swings in the last three posts on his blog. Mad as a hatter, IMO. Maybe mercury from his tattoos has poisoned him. They do seem to be smearing.

[jgsunfire.blogspot.com]

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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: January 06, 2014 04:22PM

fruitylou Wrote:
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> wolfe and sunfire jericho have a lot in common.
> they both sell people complete bullcrap ideas.


What's wrong with David Wolfe? The only thing I'm skeptical about him is his obsession with chocolate because I've searched and searched but never seen him address the neurotoxins in it. Maybe because he sells it and wrote a book on it lol



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Re: richard/jericho/genesis
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: January 06, 2014 05:18PM

For most people, 15 day without food and water will kill them, or if they are alive, they will have suffered great weight loss. So if a person is in good health and not dead after this amount of time and not lost any weight, I would say he can live without food and water.


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