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Is Keanu Reeves immortal? Here’s all about that conspiracy theory


Is Keanu Reeves immortal? Here’s all about that conspiracy theory


The actor Keanu Reeves has been in the spotlight for over three decades and continues to captivate audiences with his charming personality and good looks.

However, some fans have begun to question the longevity of his youthful appearance and speculate that the actor may be immortal.

The conspiracy theory surrounding Keanu Reeves’ agelessness has its roots in various historical sightings and actions attributed to the actor.

Dr. Richard Hames, a futurist and philosopher, claims that the actor has been seen in various centuries, with the earliest sighting dating back to 700 AD as Charles the Great, the founder of the Holy Roman Empire.

Paintings of Charles resemble Keanu Reeves, and the mysterious circumstances surrounding Charles’ death have led conspiracy theorists to believe that his death may have been staged.

Another historical sighting of Reeves is as Paul Mounet, an actor from the early 20th century, who Dr. Hames says is definitely a look-alike.

The mystery surrounding Mounet’s death has fueled speculation among conspiracy theorists.

In an interview on the Jimmy Fallon show in 2017, Reeves was asked about his resemblance to Charles the Great and Paul Mounet.

The actor responded by saying, “We’re all stardust baby.”

He went on to acknowledge a likeness in their eyes, nose, mustache, beard, cheekbones, and forehead.

In 2014, when asked about giving away millions of dollars to those who worked behind the scenes on The Matrix trilogy, Reeves replied, “Money is the last thing I think about. I could live on what I have already made for the next few centuries.”

Believers in the theory point to Reeves’ ageless appearance and the fact that his face has barely changed over the years as evidence of his immortality.

Some speculate that he could be using cutting-edge scientific methods, such as cryogenics, to extend his life.

Others have posited that Reeves could be a vampire.

Dr. Hames says that there is historical evidence of people being treated as vampires, including the recent discovery of a 500-year-old corpse in Poland that had been stapled to the ground and had a stone wedged in its mouth.

Skeletons found with stakes in their chest or scythes driven through their leg indicate that people have long believed in the existence of vampires, but this does not provide evidence that vampires truly existed.

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