The Coming Synthetic Rewrite of Nature

It is not by accident or an organic, “grassroots” trend that numerous films coming out are focused on artificial intelligence and the transhumanist takeover.

From H.G. Wells’ tales of genetic chimaeras in The Island of Dr. Moreau to Sixth Day with Arnold Schwarzenegger, to coming A.I. films like Chappie, the predictive programming preparations are rolling out. My recent research has focused on the Manhattan Project, and like the MK ULTRA programs, Manhattan had a much wider application than is commonly known.

In fact, MK ULTRA and Manhattan are related through the connect of biometrics and bio-warfare. As MK ULTRA faded away, the program was renamed MK SEARCH and transferred to Fort Detrick, one of the U.S. Military’s biological weapons-focused bases. And with both MK SEARCH and Manhattan, we find an overarching ideology of transhumanism that has its origins much earlier in the alchemists of the ancient world.

The Manhattan Project was publicly known as the secret operation spanning several years devoted to developing the atomic bomb, yet the truth is much deeper and darker.

The Manhattan Project was actually a vast program concerned with radiation, human exposure and the grand telos – engineering resistant, synthetic humanoids. The inklings that we can gather about this overall, long-term project appear to be geared towards biologically engineering humans to withstand the coming onslaught of various alterations in the entire biosphere.

In order to transition to the synthetic overlay that will integrate SmartCities, the “Internet of Things,” human bio-engineering, cloning, biometrics, genetic programming and environmental engineering is now an open plan in numerous transhumanist lectures and publications. Yet in order to reach this phase, experimentation is necessary, and what better means to that end than experimenting on populations en masse. We have already seen in my discussions and analysis the technocratic establishment has no qualms about testing on unwitting subjects, so covert experimentation on mass populations is not without precedent.

From MK ULTRA to covert spraying, the U.S. government sprayed St. Louis, for example, in a radiation experiment under the guise of prepping for a Russian attack….

Researcher Michael A. Hoffman opines on the alchemical significance of these tests at the “Trinity” site (Trinity site on left) and its scientistic underpinnings:

“The reason science is a bad master and a dangerous servant and ought not to be worshipped, is that science is not objective. Science is fundamentally about the uses of measurement. What does not fit the yardstick of the scientist is discarded. Scientific determinism has repeatedly excluded some data from its measurement and fudged other data, such as Piltdown Man, in order to support the self-fulfilling nature of its own agenda be it Darwinism, or “cut, burn and poison” methods of cancer “treatment….

This process is observed in the Renaissance, which was informed by a secret gnosis whose core dogma was momentous change in man’s attitude toward nature: the alleged “perfection’ of a “flawed” Creation by the invention of the “omnipotent” human brain. Thus it was the Renaissance magical tradition that gave birth to the monstrous world of machines, industrial pollution, ugliness and the modern way of death we have come to term the “rat race.” Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare, pg. 49)….

The false faith in man’s reason and scientific methodology must also be accompanied by a false faith in man and his own progress. This is not to say that man cannot use his reason to probe the atom or control the electromagnetic spectrum: He can and does. But why does he do this? In a universe desacralized and emptied of any divine telos, the only logical conclusion is the destruction of what is, and thus man’s quest to dethrone God erupts into an orgiastic fanaticism to annihilate prima materia.

The universe is mirrored in the atom, and so the atom must be divided, because the universe must be destroyed, and this is because man follows Satan, who is the adversary that divides. Satan is the thief that comes to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10). To divide is to conquer, and man’s quest to ritually sacrifice the atom like Abraham divided the carcasses (Gen. 15:10) is also much like Phaethon. Phaethon is the mortal son of Apollo who tried to drive his chariot into the sun. It is a myth modern man should consider….

As Ray Kurzweil has glowingly predicted, we will begin to see the A.I./nanotech invasion in the next 1-20 years, with nanotech re-engineering mankind into just the synthetic android existence I have been discussing. Intelligence officials, for example, project a “very transhumanist future” in the next few decades, and DARPA is presently perfecting the Matrix-style modem, where Internet access will link directly with the brain….

By Jay Dyer – 21st Century Wire –

Davos Elite Push NWO Agenda – Transhumanism, World Governance, Depopulation

Those that have been watching the World Economic Forum being held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, where the global elite gather to determine the the world’s future and how they plan to shape it in a manner they want it shaped, specific groups, panels and discussions, should be very concerned as we see an open push for a New World Order and “One World” agenda.

….”The purpose of the Global Strategic Foresight Community is to provide a peer network to compare and contrast insights as well as to positively shape future-related industry, regional and global agendas.”

Key word there, “positively.” Positive for who? Definitely positive for the global elite that are no longer hiding their desire for a One World government, religion, a depopulation and Eugenics agenda, and replacing humans with machines, with a set of rules that would bypass all rights guaranteed to Americans by their Constitution.

Starting with the most concerning page I found linked on the “Global Strategic Foresight Community – Members’ Perspectives On Global Shifts” URL is linked to the image, third row down, far right, leading to a page titled “The Age of Conscious-Technology,” with a subtitle of “Can We Envision the Future We Want While We Still Have Time to Shape It?” from Jerome Glenn, The Millennium Project.

“We are moving from the Information Age into the Conscious-Technology Age, which will force us to confront fundamental questions about life as a new kind of civilization emerges from the convergence of two mega-trends. First, humans will become cyborgs, as our biology becomes integrated with technology. Second, our built environment will incorporate more artificial intelligence. Conscious-technology raises profound dangers, including artificial intelligence rapidly outstripping human intelligence when it becomes able to rewrite its own code, and individuals becoming able to make and deploy weapons of mass destruction. Minimizing these dangers and maximizing opportunities – such as improving governance with the use of collective intelligence systems, making it easier to prevent and detect crime and matching needs and resources more efficiently – will require that we actively shape the evolution of conscious-technology.”

That is indisputably an open push for transhumanism with the assumption that it is a foregone conclusion….

“The Impact of Automation on Jobs and Society.”

“Technological innovation in recent years has enabled machines to enter the realm once thought to belong exclusively to humans: cognition. Unlike previous technological shifts, this one will affect workers across the entire employment spectrum, from those in low-skilled jobs to those in white-collar jobs. At times, it may seem as if technology is a force greater than humans, forcing workers and businesses to adapt − or perish. Yet governments play a key role in shaping how technology advances. They therefore need to think deeply about how to mitigate the risks and facilitate the opportunities. The sooner governments, in partnership with the rest of society, examine the future impact of this shift, the sooner they can act to ensure the shift benefits society.”

Jakkie Cilliers, Institute for Security Studies (ISS)states the following:

“The world is moving surprisingly quickly towards a multipolar devolution of geopolitical power. This is not inherently less stable than having a single, dominant global superpower – that depends on the actions of the currently established powers. There are three options. First, the West could recognize the rapidly dwindling opportunity to initiate pre-emptive reform of global governance institutions while it still has enough influence to set the rules. This seems unlikely. Second, the United States and others could continue holding out in the hope that something will happen to restore Western hegemony. This is the current path. Third, there could be an insurrection from within – Germany, for example, could build an alliance across current global divides for reforming global governance institutions. This could be the best prospect for restoring respect for global governance institutions and international law.”

Take a good long look at the portion in bold, THAT is their goal, a One World government that would supercede any country’s individual set of laws and governance, a world where men are turned into monsters and a world where human beings are replaced by automatons.

This and much more are the stated plans of the global elite aka the Davos Devils.

By Susan Duclos – All News Pipeline –

Faith On The Final Frontier

“The final frontier” — since the mid 1960’s these words have characterized Star Trek’s perception of the adventure and the discoveries to be found in the distant reaches of outer space. Yet can this vast interstellar ether really be said to be the final frontier in terms of providing an ultimate foundation or purpose? For despite all its wonder, at its core the cosmos is not that much different than ourselves in that its external composition is simply another manifestation or component of the physical universe.

Thus, no matter how far man might one day voyage beyond the confines of the earth, he will still require belief and value systems through which to process and understand the role of the mysteries he is likely to encounter both within the human mind and those external to himself with which he has had little prior experience. Often the fields of science fiction and future studies are used as tools by which to forecast scientific and technological developments. However, in Religion 2101 A.D., Hiley H. Ward shows these speculative methods can be used to gauge the form religion might take in the distant future.

According to Ward, the astounding breakthroughs of the future will force humanity to rethink the most basic of concepts as these will be stretched beyond traditional understandings in light of extraordinary circumstances and conditions. For example, Ward points out that the very concept of what it means to be human might be altered beyond current recognition. With the advent of artificial organs and the possibility of growing replacements in a laboratory, there could come a day when death might be delayed indefinitely.

Many would no doubt embrace existence as a cyborg (an organism half biological and half mechanical in its physiology) if the interchangeability of parts presented the likelihood of staving off the grim reaper as long as possible. Eventually, man might no longer have to endure the inherent limitations of an organic body as range, perception and locomotion could be enhanced by directly interfacing the brain with a computer controlling an array of exploratory robotic sensors. In essence, some could live out their lives as a stationary central processing unit while their secondary android bodies simultaneously explored both the depths of the ocean and the peaks of Mars all at the same time.

Ward predicts that these kinds of innovations will spark profound renovations in man’s religious consciousness. Faced with the overwhelming enormity of the universe, man may feel forced to cope with the daunting fruits of this exploration by downplaying his individuality by fully embracing his place as an insignificant cog in a machine. In biological and sociological sciences, this theory is known as “macro life”, the propensity to view the individual in society as analogous to a single cell in an organism.

Such a framework places worth and value instead on the overall group as a whole….

By Frederick Meekins – WebCommentary.com