Ira S. Pastor ~ Ascension Center ~ 12/05/17 ~ Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Theresa J Morris

Ira S. Pastor ~ Ascension Center ~ 12/05/17 ~ Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Theresa J. Morris ~ Producer Thomas Becker ~  Revolution Radio ~ Studio B ~ 10 PM to 12 Midnight Eastern, 5 to 7 PM Hawaii Time.

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Ira Pastor – Chief Executive Officer – Bioquark Inc. (www.bioquark.com) – Over 30 years of experience across multiple sectors of the pharmaceutical industry including pharmaceutical commercialization, biotech drug development, managed care, distribution, OTC, and retail; Served as VP, Business Development for drug development company Phytomedics Inc., raising $40 million of private equity, consummating over $50 million of licensing deals, and bringing lead drug candidate from discovery stage to Phase III development; Prior to that, employed by SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals working in sales, marketing, and business strategy positions.

Mr. Pastor has also served as Vice President of Corporate Development for the pharmacy benefit management company Prescription Delivery Systems (acquired by Cigna Health Insurance); MBA, Temple University; BS, Pharmacy, Rutgers University; He is also a Board Member of RegenerAge SAPI de CV, (www.regenerage.clinic/en/) a clinical company focused on expedited translational therapeutic applications of regenerative and rejuvenative healthcare interventions, the Reanima Project (http://www.reanima.tech), member of the Executive Council of the World Academy of Medical Science – WAMS (https://wams.online/our_team/ira-s-pastor/), and member of the World Economic Forum’s Human Enhancement council (https://www.weforum.org/people/ira-pastor).

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While I work in the regenerative medicine side of the biotechnology industry, and for the last few years have been involved in the dynamics of central nervous system regeneration, studying both human and non-human species, we find audiences quite interested in the themes and deeper questions as to the as of yet “unexplainable” topics related to the human mind / consciousness / memories that have emerged over the years, but for the most part been ignored or conveniently forgotten.

FYI – some recent info about us – here are:

– an article from the recent edition of Worth Magazine (25 Strategies for Living Longer) discussing Bioquark Inc. (www.bioquark.com) – #16 – “Pay Attention to Developments in Tissue Regeneration” – http://www.worth.com/25-ways-to-live-longer/

– a link to a recent podcast from The Longevity and Biohacking Show – http://hartmanmedia.com/ls-101-regenerating-cells-body-parts-path-eternal-life-bioquarks-ira-pastor/

– an article from U.S. News & World Report referencing our work in synthetic biology, diabetes, and induced pancreatic regeneration and repair: http://health.usnews.com/health-care/patient-advice/articles/2017-06-29/how-could-synthetic-biology-help-people-with-diabetes

– some information on our on-going anti-aging / longevity research with our partners in Russia and the Eurasian region: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/06/prweb14471477.htm

Lastly, here is a new write-up that you may find of interest:

“Harnessing Nature for Regeneration, Disease Reversion, and Rejuvenation” – Health Triangle Magazine – Pages 22-25

https://issuu.com/healthtrianglemagazine/docs/htm_49_uniflip

While I work in the regenerative medicine side of the biotechnology industry, and for the last few years have been involved in the dynamics of central nervous system regeneration, studying both human and non-human species, we find audiences quite interested in the themes and deeper questions as to the as of yet “unexplainable” topics related to the human mind / consciousness / memories that have emerged over the years, but for the most part been ignored or conveniently forgotten.

For instance:

– how organisms who can lose and re-grow a brain can sustain memories from before the event – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4802789/

– how we as humans hold on to extensive amounts of information from our earliest childhood, despite the general brain turnover and remodeling that occurs in a human lifetime (It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of brain cells die each day in the normal brain and that the biochemical mellieu within each neuron is renewed 000’s of  times in a lifetime)

– the wide range of biologic mind phenomena in humans that a “brain centric” model doesn’t address such as:

terminal lucidity in Alzheimer’s patients,

“gain-in-function” following destruction events, such as in induced savant syndrome,

correlates of consciousness in hydraencephalic children,

how the mind “knows things it never learned” (https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-studies/)

etc.

FYI – a recent discussion on the Life After Death Society Podcast (starts at 34:00 min) – http://oddtonewfoundland.podbean.com/e/and-man-shall-live-forevermorewith-ira-spastor/

– why several dozen reported cases in the literature (see a few links below) over the decades, of instances of “death reversal” are swept under the rug and ignored by the scientific community:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19818943

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20492393

http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/35/1/103.abstract

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7651788

– How the area of “living cadaver” research, which has gone on in many countries for the past few decades, while unpalatable to some, may be a pathway to exploring some of these deep questions and answering other:

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2003-02-02/news/0302020371_1_research-living-dead-university-of-pittsburgh

– how much of the “re-merging” of biology with various themes found in turn of the 20th century physics, such as bio-electric fields (https://ase.tufts.edu/biology/labs/levin/), bio-magnetic resonance  (http://www1.rmit.edu.au/staff/irena-cosic), etc. which are now slowly re-appearing in corners of the industry, may help put more clarity on the question about exactly what a soul may be, and where it goes after death

Ultimately, just like the stars that we see in the night sky are not really the stars, but the electromagnetic signature of where those stars “used to be” printed upon the fabric of space-time, there are opportunities using 21st century tools to begin to explore where the electromagnetic fingerprint  of our mind / consciousness / soul may reside following the death of the human brain.

FYI – these are not the first time such ideas were pondered – http://www.newdualism.org/nde-papers/Slawinski/Slawinski-Journal%20of%20Near-Death%20Studies_1987-6-79-94.pdf

But now we have a much more advanced basket of tools to work with.

It is a very promising time for asking and finding the answers to such questions.

These are just some ideas,

All the best,

Ira

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In addition to the “unexplainable biotech themes” mentioned in the previous email, topics / questions I typically get are as follows (but I am open to everything):

Bioquark Inc. history; strategic goals

You are researching applications of human regeneration.  Tell us about those

Tell us about your disease reversion/cancer work.

Tell us about your age-reversal work

You’re working on both aging and death reversal. Is this a path towards biological immortality? What does that imply?

You’re a guy that’s hung around the “evil” harmaceutical industry for a couple of decades – What made you decide to embark on this path? What are the problems you found during your time in that industry?

Why are there no cures for any diseases? Is the pharma industry suppressing cures?

Why is it so hard from patients dying of incurable diseases to get into compassionate use programs?  What are some solutions to this?

You’ve generated a lot of excitement around the world over the past year related to an announcement of approval to proceed with the world’s first clinical study to “reverse death” in humans – tell us about this –how did you come up with the idea? If you succeed, what would be the clinical applications?

A reanimated human poses a range of different challenges.  Would the memories be lost by replacing damaged neurons by new neurons? Would people be able to live different lives in one body or have different personalities? Would someone with new brain circuits be like a child? What is your position on all this?

How do you respond to critics that you may accidentally start the zombie apocalypse?

How do you respond to the religious critics that you are “playing god”?

How do you respond to critics that if you succeed you will drastically cut the supplies of organs available to the market?

For instance:

– how organisms who can lose and re-grow a brain can sustain memories from before the event – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4802789/

– how we as humans hold on to extensive amounts of information from our earliest childhood, despite the general brain turnover and remodeling that occurs in a human lifetime (It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of brain cells die each day in the normal brain and that the biochemical mellieu within each neuron is renewed 000’s of  times in a lifetime)

– the wide range of biologic mind phenomena in humans that a “brain centric” model doesn’t address such as:

terminal lucidity in Alzheimer’s patients,

“gain-in-function” following destruction events, such as in induced savant syndrome,

correlates of consciousness in hydraencephalic children,

how the mind “knows things it never learned” (https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-studies/)

etc.

– why several dozen reported cases in the literature (see a few links below) over the decades , of instances of “death reversal” are swept under the rug and ignored by the scientific community:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19818943

http://www.ncbi.nlmnih.gov/pubmed/20492393

http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/35/1/103.abstract

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7651788

– How the area of “living cadaver” research, which has gone on in many countries for the past few decades, while unpalatable to some, may be a pathway to exploring some of these deep questions and answering other:

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2003-02-02/news/0302020371_1_research-living-dead-university-of-pittsburgh

– how much of the “re-merging” of biology with various themes found in turn of the 20th century physics, such as bio-electric fields (https://ase.tufts.edu/biology/labs/levin/), bio-magnetic resonance  (http://www1.rmit.edu.au/staff/irena-cosic), etc. which are now slowly re-appearing in corners of the industry, may help put more clarity on the question about exactly what a soul may be, and where it goes after death

Ultimately, just like the stars that we see in the night sky are not really the stars, but the electromagnetic signature of where those stars “used to be” printed upon the fabric of space-time, there are opportunities using 21st century tools to begin to explore where the electromagnetic fingerprint  of our mind / consciousness / soul may reside following the death of the human brain.

FYI – these are not the first time such ideas were pondered – http://www.newdualism.org/nde-papers/Slawinski/Slawinski-Journal%20of%20Near-Death%20Studies_1987-6-79-94.pdf

But now we have a much more advanced basket of tools to work with.

It is a very promising time for asking and finding the answers to such questions

Ira S. Pastor
CEO

Bioquark Inc.

pastor@bioquark.com

www.bioquark.com

https://www.weforum.org/people/ira-pastor

www.regenerage.clinic/en

www.regenerage.online

www.forestorganics.life

www.reanima.tech

267-971-7725

Skype: iraspastor

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