The story of King Gilgamesh of Uruk in Mesopotamia. This event took place around 2500 BC. Jill Gamash did not die like normal people and lived for 2,000 years as King of Uruk. One of the reasons why he survived for thousands of years, almost as an Immortal.
Gigamash heard the news that his ancestors still live in the interior of the world, and inherited a map pointing to that place. Then the adventurer Jill Gamash set out on a journey through the interior of the world. The journey was rough and arduous, but Gilgamesh eventually sank into the inner world. Until his arrival there he met his young and immortal ancestors, who gave him the key to the millennium that would have made Jill Garmesh an Immortal man for thousands of years.
Another Immortal Man is the Guru of Mahavatar Babaji, who practiced yoga in the Himalayas. He was also a victim. He is said to have lived an immortal life by practicing Kriya yoga, which enhances the kantalini energy. His followers still believe that Mahabharata's body still exists in India or the Himalayas.
Another was Saint Jarmin, one of the most famous and extraordinary figures of Europe from the 18th to the 19th centuries. He was an adventurer, inventor, pianist, violinist, historian, philosopher of science and English, and was said to be fluent in several European languages. There are many eyewitnesses in Europe and they are documented. Those who had seen him testify that St. Jeremiah possessed a great deal of magical powers, as well as the ability to walk through walls and to mobilize people with telepathy.
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