Centenarians and longevity

  

Biblical ages.

Old Testament

Dimensions

Apocalypse

 

If you look at the Old Testament you will find that Adam and his six children lived for more than nine hundred years. Methuselah is documented as a nine hundred and ninety-six year old while Lamech was seven hundred and seventy-seven years old and his first son reached the age of one hundred and seventy-eight years old. Noah lived for over nine hundred years; he was six hundred years living on the Ark. Moses died at the age of one hundred and twenty years. 

 Most scientists dispute these claims, although one of them, C. Edward Burtis, had to admit, after a life-long study, that the age mentioned for Moses was correct. These great ages were partly made possible because of their life style and a special diet which had to be enforced rigidly.

Adam                900 
Sons of Adam  900
Methuselah  997
Lamech  777
Son of Lamech  178
Noah  900
Moses  120
Name  Age

 

   
Okinawa

Biblical  age       

Babylon

History/Ogimi

Diet

Work and physical Activities

Emotional stability

Old Testament

Time/Dimensions

Apocalypse

Kings/priests

Time/Dimensions

Garden of Eden

Rejuvination

Longevity/Fasting