No-Pill #51 The Mystical Narrative On Aging

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As individuals advance in age, they often find their perspectives on life becoming increasingly cynical. The aspirations and ambitions they once held vividly often dissolve into disappointments. With the passage of time, these individuals gradually lose their ability to experience the inherent joy and beauty of life. Their excitement and enthusiasm for life wane as their limited futures become glaringly clear and the unavoidable reality of death draws nearer.

However, adopting a No-Pill honesty mindset can mitigate this process of emotional decline, allowing life and happiness to flourish despite increasing age and experience.1 Age does not pose a barrier to achieving psychuous pleasures, the only potential limitation being the possible lack of knowledge relating to adolescent sex. Furthermore, psychuous pleasures can consistently grow as one ages, provided they expand their values, knowledge, and experiences.

In the quest to build psychuous pleasures, an individual’s psychological growth can significantly surpass the effects of physical aging, often perceived negatively. Both emotional and physical pleasures, as well as prosperity and happiness, can perpetually increase for any honest, industrious individual who consistently applies their continually acquired knowledge and experience.

Most folks, in their misguided wisdom, think their capacity for both sexual and nonsexual gratification has to dwindle as they rack up the years.

It’s a crock of shit.

These individuals fall prey to some perverse psychological and philosophical shifts as their future prospects dim and the sand in their hourglass runs thin. They get mired in hopelessness, growing more bitter and resentful as they age, all the while embracing the mystics’ morbid ‘come-to-God’ or ‘awaiting the grim reaper’ attitudes.

They capitulate to the do-gooder’s fairytale that the elderly ought to step aside, relinquishing their careers, their very lives, to “make way” for the young whippersnappers. It’s an abhorrent concept, and it’s an assault on the individual’s right to lead a fulfilling life, regardless of their age. As they succumb to this martyr syndrome, their happiness evaporates.

There’s no such natural imperative. You don’t have to be another casualty of this mass delusion. Reclaim your authority and your agency. It’s time to acknowledge the bullshit for what it is.

Live your life on your own terms. Because what? There’s no expiry date on pleasure, or on personal fulfillment. Only you get to determine the value of your life, not some arbitrary societal expectation.

Despite what many physicians erroneously advise,2 no mystic-free, productive person has to decline in physical, mental, or sexual activity with age. All mystic-free, productive people can experience increasing happiness and quality of life with age caused by increasing knowledge, growth, and experience: By applying the Neo-Tech/Psychuous concepts, one can not only avoid the unnecessary, mystical decline toward death, but can continually elevate his or her quality of life and psychuous growth through increasing knowledge and experience.

Contrary to the misguided counsel often dished out by those glorified pill pushers we call doctors,2 anyone who’s successfully shed the chains of mysticism and embraced the joy of productivity doesn’t have to resign themselves to the typical age-related decline in physical, mental, or sexual prowess. Screw that.

Those who’ve liberated themselves from the world of smoke and mirrors, those who’ve chosen to be conduits of progress, they have the unique opportunity to actually increase their happiness and improve their quality of life as they age. And it’s not some magic potion or secret ritual…it’s just the inevitable result of accumulating knowledge, expanding your horizons, and learning from your experiences.

By harnessing the power of No-Pill concepts, you can not only sidestep the so-called ‘inevitable’ decline towards the grim reaper, but you can continually elevate your quality of life and psychuous growth. And how do you do that? By continually learning, continually experiencing, continually growing.

Keep busting ass; embrace the suck.

White-coat know-it-alls tell you that decline is a part of aging, but you can tell them where to shove it. Forge your own path, on your own terms, don’t stop.

Get and stay physically fit and mentally alert. Eat like a human. Turn off the damn TV and get off the Lazy Boy. That’s the beginning of a life well lived at a certain age.

… Sex never renews itself spontaneously. Left unattended, sex gradually diminishes in both quality and value. But with conscious, honest determination and effort, the quality and value of sex is continuously renewed and expanded by constantly investing that conscious thought and effort into further developing personal values and earned power. The No-Pill concepts allow never-aging growth on all levels of conscious human life (i.e., on physiological, psychological, and philosophical levels). … In a future civilization, one may not need to age, lose values…or die.

Sex doesn’t simply regenerate on its own like some self-replicating organism. Abandon it, and you’ll find it withers, undergoes a decline in both quality and worth. But there’s hope. It’s not some magic button, it’s a tool. With it, the quality, the value of sex, can be perpetually rejuvenated, perpetually expanded. How? By consciously and meticulously investing thought, effort into the cultivation of your personal values, your earned power and control.

The No-Pill concepts aren’t some snake oil. They’re a gateway, a pathway to unending growth across every conceivable plane of conscious human life. We’re talking physiological, psychological, philosophical.

In a future civilization, the notion of aging, losing values, even death becomes obsolete. Picture it. No more helplessly watching as your body decays, as your values slip through your fingers like so many grains of sand. And death? Death becomes a specter of the past, a relic of a time when we were less enlightened, less advanced.

This isn’t some fantasy, some wild utopian dream. This is the future, if you’re willing to seize it, to wrestle it into submission. You’re not a puppet, you’re the puppet master of your own self. It’s time to pull your own strings. It’s time to embrace a No-Matrix revolution, to adopt the No-Pill concepts. It’s time to take back your life, to reclaim your power. Assert your individuality, establish your own values, principles, standards. Assert your will, your freedom to toil within your own framework, your own curated reality.

You hold the power. You just have to have the courage to wield it.

… Rather than viewing aging as a process of decline and loss, it should be seen as an opportunity for greater understanding, fulfillment, and joy. With the right mindset, the journey of aging can be a rewarding and enriching experience, filled with constant growth and expansion, rather than a path leading to disillusionment and negativity. The key to this lies in maintaining an honest, open mind, continually seeking new knowledge and experiences, and integrating them into one’s life for greater emotional and physical satisfaction.


[1] The world we live in is a topsy-turvy, death-obsessed circus. Age, in this twisted reality, is a mounting burden, a ticking time-bomb strapped to each individual. The mantra of this illusionary realm? “Youth trumps age.” But let’s flip this script. Let’s step into the No-Pill, life-embracing reality, where age isn’t a liability but an invaluable asset. Here, age is the accumulation of growth, wisdom, and experience. It’s a treasure trove, accumulating wealth as mystic-free enterprises pave the way for commercial, non-aging biological immortality.


[2] Numerous doctors lack competence, particularly when it comes to issues of sex and aging. However, they often portray themselves as omniscient and flawless to their patients. Adhering to the guidance of an incapable doctor can harm a patient’s physical health, and it can also jeopardize their happiness and even their life. Health, wellness, and joy are not the obligations of doctors, but rather the primary self-obligations of each person.

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