From Dr. Robert Marshall's office newsletter October 1995 he states:
Many researchers calculate the life span (or "genetic potential") of mankind to be around 145 years of age. Yet, the average lifespan of an American is only 75.5 years. What happened? Maybe we can take a few lessons from 5 well-known human cultures whose peoples routinely live from 120 to 140 years of age. These 5 cultures are: the Tibetans of northwest China, the Hunzakut of eastern Pakistan, the Georgians from Russia, the Vilcabamba of Ecuador and the Titicaca of the Peruvian Andes. They are all famous for there large number of centenarians. The Georgians consider "youth" to be from 0 to 80 years of age, "middle-age" from 80 to 100 years, and the seniors are those from 100 to 160 years of age!
Although the longest lived peoples all have differing lifestyles and locations, they have 6 common denominators: 1) they live at elevations ranging between 8,500 to 14,000 feet in mountain valleys, 2) the annual rainfall is less than 2 inches, 3) there is no heavy industry to pollute their air, food or water, 4) Western allopathic medicine was not historically available for them to take (they used herbs and natural remedies), 5) their water source for drinking and irrigation comes from "glacial milk" water with precious ground-up minerals from glaciers that actually make the water look milky, 6) they use only natural fertilizers for their crops (manure, plant debris, irrigation with "glacial milk").
He goes on to explain "Glacial milk" is a solution of ionically dissolved elements and suspension of finely ground rock dust with an average particle size of 7,000 times smaller than a human red blood cell. The bottom line is there is a lot of colloidal minerals ready for biological use in the water they consume and grow their crops with. About 10 years ago from a friend - I heard that the Darma or "hymns of the dawn child" a many volume book from about 10,000 to 12,000 BC in Asia, had in it a passage that indicated that "some of the boys had come down to eating" in other words the beings in this area took in air, water, and minerals. They looked at "eating" as we would (now days) look at someone taking drugs.
My comments: I think after the shake up of the pole shift there will be plenty of minerals in all water, some good and some bad. We will learn how to filter out the bad. Ultimately, when the sun comes back growing should be very good, and the bad chemicals will eventually go away for all water. The use of herbs will come back naturally as a matter of necessity. I believe number 3) through 6) above will come about through natural causes of the pole shift, and that 1) and 2) are not a major factor. Thus, we should start to see mankind living much longer for those born after the pole shift.
We can help the process along by producing, mineral rich, toxin free, organically grown (or as close to it as we can) food and herbs in our pole shift shelters. This, I believe to be attainable, and is something we can all work to achieve. If we lay out the technology of how to do this, then we will have an improved live style ahead for all those living now. Something to look forward to - more healthy food, that helps to clean and rebuild the body.
Offered by Mike.