At 100, The Secret of David Rockefeller’s Longevity

Introduction — June 17, 2015

Warning: claims about Rockefeller owing his longevity to leading a “simple life” are probably as bogus as claims about transplants. So what does he owe his longevity to?
Despite what is claimed below, we don’t believe Rockefeller owes his longevity to organ transplants, although some sort of “sacrifice” on the part of others may well have been involved. Certainly just looking at his photo it’s easy to believe that he’s been sustained by the sacrifice of others well being. Ed.
David Rockefeller. Truly he wouldn't be out of place in a Dracula or Frankenstein movie.

David Rockefeller. Truly he wouldn’t be out of place in a Dracula or Frankenstein movie.

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — June 17, 2015

Last week (June 12), David Rockefeller celebrated his 100th birthday without much ado.
He said the secret of his longevity was leading “a simple life.”
“People often ask me this question and I always answer the same thing: Love life. Live a simple life, play with your kids, enjoy the things you have, spend time with good loyal friends.”
He might have added that having a heart transplant every 6-7 years might have been a factor.
Rockefeller has had six heart transplants since 1976 when a car accident led him to suffer a heart attack. He has also had two kidney transplants in 1988 and 2004.
Just two months ago, the billionaire “philanthropist” had his sixth heart transplant.