Jared Leto

How does he retain a youthful appearance while also being over 50? Does he make blood sacrifices every year or something? His young appearance is insane.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leto

    • 2 months ago
      blackmagic

      family tree down the bottom
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hecate

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    having all the money and time in the world is great for one's health and appearance. not paranormal.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This

      Good physiognomy. He has searching eyes that suggest a sensitive soul. He probably weeps for the world yet feels incapable of saving it.
      I have no sources to back up any of this and I know nothing about his personal life.

      Ok, Jared

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good physiognomy. He has searching eyes that suggest a sensitive soul. He probably weeps for the world yet feels incapable of saving it.
    I have no sources to back up any of this and I know nothing about his personal life.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      he just uses a lot of drugs bro
      hippie ass smelly ass fricker

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >He has searching eyes
      he has borderline down syndrome eyes

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        women love guys with downs syndrome they goofy

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I loved the movie Morbius Mr.Leto. Can you make Morbius 2: Morbin time forever?

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes, he kills babies and drinks their blood

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nah
      reality is actually crazier, he gets blood transfusions from the tween and teen daughters of his 30's female fans

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good genes, even his mom and older brother aged well. But he's definitely on some sketchy shit.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    He’s got Big Cult Energy. BCE

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. He has a yearly gathering with female fans out on an island where he preaches and performs rituals.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    adrenochrome

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    He's been deliberately anti aging for a long time. Because of his wealth he has had access to some of the best procedures on top of it. He needs some fat grafts around his eye area as that is pretty much the biggest giveaway for him having aged. His skin is very good and most of the fat pads are pretty youthful and consistent with someone in their late twenties.

    Most people can do the same but almost nobody has that sort of commitment or desire to not age. I wish that society was more anti ageing as getting old is seen as becoming ugly and boring whereas it would be nice to live in a society that doesn't see less than sixty as old because everyone looks young until fifties.

    Now take your average person who drinks and parties hard since teens, then goes through college similarly, has a lot of stress and then enters work force. More stress and life gets boring. People let themselves go on top of it. Men age horribly on top of it because most will go bald and go fat, so most people are cooked by the time they reach thirty. All of this could be avoided by taking fin, reducing balding factors, staying lean and not taking too much of anything that is harmful like smoke and alcohol and bad food.

    tl;dr it's not paranormal but I'd be curious to hear if there are paranormal means for anti ageing

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      most anti aging is cope tho until they actually come up with away to properly rejuvenate the body

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Caloric restriction, diet full of micronutrients, various procedures for face, stopping/reversing balding and low stress lifestyles are all legit. There's only so much you can do, but for what it is worth you can be a healthy adult until very late in your life. Average person is cooked by late twenties and early thirties. You can't call it a cope when you can be fit, good looking and somewhat youthful for fifteen or twenty years on top of it. It takes some sacrifices and consistency. Also radical lifestyle choices. Most people won't dump their careers even if they're making them sleep like shit and have crap loads of stress. That will age you more than anything else. Putting down the fork is difficult. Not eating garbage is difficult. I'm hopeful for anti aging advancements. Right now it is less anti ageing as aging prevention.

        I have zero evidence to support this, but maintaining a positive, active mindset is also very important. So many people get really boring once they get out of uni.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Caloric restriction
          is a meme unless you are overweight then it is good
          if you are skinny then it is bad for you as your body will start feeding off your vital organs for energy(not ideal)

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It's not a meme at all. Are you one of the morons who just calls everything a meme without having bothered to read any research or look into anything in depth?

            Caloric restriction doesn't induce autophagy until you do it for three or four days straight. Eating less in general slows down your metabolism which slows down ageing. Basic analogy is an engine. You can't turn it off so it must run in some gear. Higher gear will eat more fuel and wear it down quicker. Being in a lower gear as a baseline improves the lifespan. You can't stop it from completely shitting the bed eventually but you can make it run better for a lot longer.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            there is probably some truth here however I never starve myself for "caloric restriction" reasons
            my logic is to listen to my body and eat when I am are hungry and eat mostly animal protein and some fruit and veg hear and there while cutting out almost all carbs
            I am 30 but still look exactly like I did in my early 20s
            I never snack at night and eat everything withing a 12 hour window everyday

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You don't need to starve yourself. Caloric restriction just means you eat to maintain a slim body. Not chubby. Not fat. Slim with some muscle.

            If you ''listen'' to your body you can eat craploads of biscuits, drink litres of soda and beer because it feels good. Listening to your body is overall pretty bad metric for what is good and what isn't. Eating steak feels good but so does shooting up heroin.

            Cutting carbs is not necessary. There's been a lot of youtube videos and stuff online that decries carbs but there's literally nothing showing that they're bad for you. If anything they aid muscle recovery and reduce cortisol while giving an excellent source of energy. Asians eat shitloads of rice and they're probably the best aging people. Humans have been eating carbs for a long time, even before agriculture.

            I don't take any 'I look younger' claims until I see pictures. What you say might be true but I've seen morons here post pictures of themselves where they claim they look like they're in their twenties when they're clearly in their thirties or look even older.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            just replace carbs with animal fats.
            carbs are literally nothing but garbage that turns into sugar in your body, your body doesn't even break it down instead it just shits it straight back out
            plus you shits will stink 10x worst when you eat lots of carbs and you will be there wiping for ages.
            >I don't take any 'I look younger' claims until I see pictures
            you sound envious maybe if you didn't starve yourself your skin/liver could function properly which helps maintain a youthful appearance

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I've yet to see any evidence that eating carbs is bad. Longest living nations and nations where people age well generally eat a ton of carbs. Look at Italy and Japan. People age well and live very long. What they also have better than most other Western countries is that there's less fat people.

            I shit normally with my diet that is maybe fifty percent carbs, thirty percent protein and rest is fat. Plus a lot of fruit. I eat both animal and plant protein. I only get bad shits if I eat a ton of processed bread (modern bread is made with a process where you go from dough to oven in an hour, which is very different from traditional methods of bread making), too much milk or crapload of sucralose. I eat things like liver and piggs trotters, things that are usually avoided, but are better than muscle meats for micronutrition and health benefits.

            I'm just being realistic. Most men who claim they look younger really don't. Either they're clearly their age or they look older than what they think. I think it is just self reinforcement with wishful thinking. It's possible to look younger but it isn't as common as you'd think it is by seeing how many people claim this online; IRL most people look OLDER than they are. I'm entering late twenties and most people guess I am early twenties IRL but this is hardly an achievement. I look noticeably older if I eat like shit or don't sleep enough.

            I never starve myself.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Italians and Japs eat lots of natural foods that isn't highly processed or cooked in rancid vegetable/seed oils.
            what we think of Italian food(pizza&pasta) is rarely eaten over there and jabs eat a ton of wild seafood.
            they also don't eat as many carbs as you think over there they are mainly animal eating societies.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Average Italians eat a ton of pasta. My ex is from the North and I lived there. Northerners generally eat way more meat and less carbs than Southerners and less carbs,but they still eat a ton of carbs. Most of it is pasta, but it is also common to eat polenta. Eating a pizza isn't that common true, but it is a common dish to get when going out with friends or just as a takeaway. Potatoes are also pretty common staple. Bread is very commonly eaten, but Italian bread is way better than almost all other bread in taste and how it made me feel. Rice is a fairly common dish, especially in risotto. That part of border region where I lived between Piemonte and Lombardia grows a ton of rice. Traditionally they eat mostly polenta and rice. Fried polenta is amazing. I also had my first tripe dish there. They eat a lot of horse and donkey and I was really surprised how good it is as I never had it before. My ex's grandparents are in their nineties and they've been eating even MORE carbs, especially when they were young and poor. You honestly don't know what you are talking about if you think that Italians aren't carb heavy nation. Eating a lot of meat is a fairly new thing as traditionally meat was expensive to afford. What people ate was frogs, fish and snails more than what most people associate with meat. You'd have it on Sundays or something like that. My ex's dad barely ate any meat growing up, but he had tons of tripe and he got to six foot three.

            I don't know about Japan personally but from my understanding their diet is heavily reliant on rice.

            Pic related, Cicogna in Val Grande. No wonder people live so long and well. Imagine being surrounded by all this beauty. Plus women are very nice too. :] You cannot suffer there.

            tl;dr
            You're wrong.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not wrong, it is an actual fact the human body does not digest almost any form of carbohydrate and what is left is literal sugar which is clearly bad for you.
            if you want to stuff your face with breads and age faster go for it.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You claimed Italians don't eat a lot of carbs, but they do. It's actually the opposite. I know first hand. They also age very well and are one of the oldest living nations in the world. Carbs clearly do not age you. If they did Italians would be dying in their fifties. Curiously enough the region that is specifically known for having the highest or second highest life expectancy in the world is in Sardinia, a very poor part of Italy, and the carb consumption there is even higher in proportion to the average Italian diet simply because they can't afford as much meat/animal products. Bread made with Chorleywood process or any other fast method is bad, but traditionally made bread does not seem to be bad for you assuming you don't have strong intolerance to gluten. Did you watch some Youtube essay like almost everyone on this website before they started claiming that carbs are the devil? I remember when everyone started claiming seed oils are the devil on this website after one specific video was released. Before that you barely ever heard anything mentioned about the topic, but after then suddenly everyone was an expert on nutrition and what is good for you. You seem to be the same. IIRC whoever made the same claim with seed oils are made the carbs are muh evil video. I think they also claimed Italians don't eat a lot of carbs which is complete bullshit lmao. Have you any independent thinking?

            If you only knew how much panettone is consumed during winter months you'd think that people would die from all those carbs and sugar lmao.

            Living in Italy was probably the best proof that carbs are not bad to me. Before that I used to believe in the same bullshit peddled by carnivores and other extreme diets but it's all bullshit.

            Naturally aging creates gravitas and shows the younger generation their older brother has gray hair today, they will have gray hair tomorrow, carpe diem.

            We're all going to die anyways. Living an interesting life should give you more than enough reminders that death is inevitable.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            if they cut down on carbs I imagine they would live even longer, I believe what gives them their vitality is mainly a stress free lifestyle and good sun exposure.
            I have never watched any youtube video on diet and I never will, however I know how the human body works from reading scientific papers.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It doesn't make sense to claim that cutting down on carbs is going to promote longevity when the areas that live the longest eat a lot of carbs. If carbs were bad it simply wouldn't be possible. So far I've yet to see any backing for your claims. If anything I've seen studies that suggest that low carb is worse for living longer.
            >never watched
            Yeah explains why your talking points sound exactly like those specific videos. Then again you could have picked it up from someone else who watched this shit and mindlessly spouted this shit on EerieWeb. That's even worse. Zero critical thinking ability, just regurgitating what you heard here.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            what are you on about lol

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            There's a trend on this website to claim carbs are evil, but I don't think it's founded in reality. If you've ever spent any time discussing nutrition here you will see the same arguments and talking points pop up. Talking about seed oils is a big indicator of this because no one ever discussed this shit before a video went viral on yt about it. Oils are a different topic altogether, but my point is that there's a lot of mindless regurgitation of opinions here. For a website that prizes independent thinking it's an echo chamber most of the time. That's why I mentioned it.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            When these first came out it was exactly when I started seeing more people become experts on why carbs are bad and seed oils are bad.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            lol normies are now making videos about studies I have read over 10 years ago

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Is sourdough or bread without seed oils any better? I’m a vegetarian although I’ve kinda lost faith and im thinking of being more pescatarian, just eating eggs cheese fish and macadamia mostly. But i like sourdough.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            There's nothing wrong with eating sourdough bread. It's tastier and healthier than crap they mass produce. Asking low carb/ketotard cultists about bread is like asking a Pope if religion is good.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            yeah, i think the main thing is just not to eat bread from the store. find a mill that sells fresh ground old variety grains and make your own. and dont think you have to knead and bake in the over all the time, because you dont at all. we have fresh bread most days made quick and easy in the cast iron pan.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            just eat liver

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            just don't go crazy on it, vitamin A toxicity is real

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            true it does exist however eating it once or twice a week is smart to interoperate into diet

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >what we think of Italian food(pizza&pasta) is rarely eaten over there
            nah, it really is. i've spent quite a bit of time traveling around there on foot and bicycle, mostly north of Rome, and its what people eat. ive sat with wonderful folks making their tomato sauce from homegrown tomatos. its for the pasta. They do likea tha fish thuogh for sure.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            That said fasting from time to time might have some benefits. Assuming long term your micronutrient intake is excellent you can do a prolonged fast and have some benefit from autophagy. Doing this regularly is not healthy but there is evidence that it is a good practice from time to time.

            This thread should be on EerieWeb because so far there's nothing paranormal ITT.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Naturally aging creates gravitas and shows the younger generation their older brother has gray hair today, they will have gray hair tomorrow, carpe diem.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      so, nutso narcissist it is then. i mean, he does acting pretty well but its easy to see it would be a mistake to get involved with the guy in anyway, sorry Jared. Loved your Joker btw, and your role in buyers club was epic.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dudes a vampire. Lotto vampires out there but there's a big difference between good ones and bad ones - humanity didn't understand that and kind of lumped them all into one category, but I think they're also protected by some humans whilst they hunt down the bad ones. Idk, could be some shit I imagined

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Real vampires don't drink human blood btw. Allegory. But they're powerful beings and rich in culture.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    He moisturizes.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Perhaps, and this might blow your mind, 50 isn't as ancient as you think it is?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's what your mom said

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    exercise, diet, top quality skincare and facial treatments with lasers, radio frequency etc, plastic surgery, face lifts and mini lifts are super common in Hollywood even young ppl are getting them, also official pics being retouched and edited, also sun protection, dressing and styling himself like a young person a lot of ppl underestimate how much hair and fashion can make you look older vs younger

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hair dye and skin care does not equal blood sacrifice.
    ymmv

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      also lip balm apparently

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Adrenochrome and babies foreskin

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a few factors imo. I'm 41 and also look 20s. No wrinkles no grey. The sun is the main thing that ages you, and I've been a reclusive hermit my whole life locked away. The other factor is indeed genetics and it does run on the family. I'm particularly blessed because I what also runs in the family is the second sight. So I hear and see people's thoughts. Shits op, I tell nobody but still they figure it out. Hilarious watching their skeptic brains melt slowly as they realize this homie pulled multiple sentences out my head.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    resting b***hface syndrome

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You remember that film he did? Blade Runner? Niander Wallace? Well he kind of, sort of... followed through, and is now functionally eternal... Yeah. In the film Niander can only create artificial life. In reality he pushed a little further and found out how to extend natural life. For eternity. "Whoops!"

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    IT'S GOONING TIME

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