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Probably not what God intended

Probably not what God intended

Transhumanism = Dehumanization

Transhumanism: trans – “beyond”, and humanism – “humanity”, as humanism is the “mode of thought in which human interests… predominate” – online definition.

We can’t talk about Machine Men without discussing their agenda to essentially merge mankind with machines. More accurately, this should be called Posthumanism, because what they are talking about doing will essentially undermine what it is that makes us human, and replace it with an abomination – a cyborg, an “artifact”:

Biopolitical activist Jeremy Rifkin and biologist Stuart Newman accept that biotechnology has the power to make profound changes in organismal identity. They argue against the genetic engineering of human beings, because they fear the blurring of the boundary between human and artifact.[89][104] Philosopher Keekok Lee sees such developments as part of an accelerating trend in modernization in which technology has been used to transform the “natural” into the “artifactual”.[105] In the extreme, this could lead to the manufacturing and enslavement of “monsters” such as human clones, human-animal chimeras or bioroids… – wikipedia

What is it that Transhumanists intend to do with technology and human biology? In their own words:

Transhumanism is a commitment to overcoming human limits in all their forms including extending lifespan, augmenting intelligence, perpetually increasing knowledge, achieving complete control over our personalities and identities and gaining the ability to leave the planet. Transhumanists seek to achieve these goals through reason, science and technology. — Natasha Vita-More

Transhumanism is about taking control of our own evolution and vastly increasing civilization’s diversity and capability by introducing new beings such as cybernetic persons, genetically engineered intelligent species, and artificial intelligence. — Michael Anissimov

Transhumanism is the doctrine that we can and should become more than human. — Mitch Porter

Within a few decades, machine intelligence will surpass human intelligence, leading to The Singularity — technological change so rapid and profound it represents a rupture in the fabric of human history. The implications include the merger of biological and nonbiological intelligence, immortal software-based humans, and ultra-high levels of intelligence that expand outward in the universe at the speed of light. – Ray Kurzweil

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Kurzweil is well known for his theories on the “Singularity”, a predicted future point at which – after human consciousness has been “uploaded” and merged with advanced artificial intelligence – humans transcend all previous limitations and evolve in directions and at speeds which current human understanding cannot anticipate.

That certainly sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It reminds me of Nimrod and the Tower, all people of one intent and one language, attempting to ascend to godhood. Gilgamesh comes to mind also (he is thought by some to be Nimrod under a different name), lamenting about his mortality even though he was so special, being two thirds god and one third mortal. Reaching for the stars and dreaming of immortality is a trademark of Machine Men, and in the end, their fate is always of the tragic kind, because of vanity and impudence before the face of God.

Speaking of those qualities, Kurzweil is wildly anticipating a stellar future for himself, apparently:

Futurist and Inventor Ray Kurzweil has a plan: He wants to never die.

In order to achieve this goal, he currently takes over 150 supplements per day, eats a calorie restricted diet (a proven technique to prolong lifespan), drinks ionized water (a type of alkalinized water that supposedly protects against free radicals in the body), and exercises daily, all to promote the healthy functioning of his body; and at 60 years old, he reportedly has the physiology of a man 20 years younger… he is just trying to live long enough in his human body until technology reaches the point where man can meld with machine, and he can survive as a cyborg with robotically enhanced features; survive, that is, until the day when he can eventually upload his consciousness onto a harddrive, enabling him to “live” forever as bits of information stored indefinitely; immortal, in a sense, as long as he has a copy of himself in case the computer fails.

What happens if these technological abilities don’t come soon enough? Kurzweil has a back-up plan.  If, for some reason, this mind-machine  blend doesn’t occur in his biological lifetime, Kurzweil is signed up at Alcor Life Extension Foundation to be cryonically frozen and kept in Scottsdale, Arizona, amongst approximately 900 other stored bodies (including famous baseball player Ted Williams) who are currently stored.  There at Alcor, he will “wait” until the day when scientists discover the ability to reanimate life back into him– and not too long, as Kurzweil believes this day will be in about 50 years. – thetechnologicalcitizen.com

Looks awesome - sign me up!

Looks awesome – sign me up!

People never learn.

All I can think of when I read that is how easily God swats these vain men back down to earth when their egos over-inflate to the point of bursting. If I were a betting man, I would bet that Mr. Kurzweil’s future will be a monumental disappointment, considering the loftiness of his aspirations. I got news for ya, Kurzweil – you won’t live forever, not unless Almighty God himself makes you  immortal. If you don’t have God, no matter what you or any other created being does, you will not inherit life, only death. You are not God and will never be God.

This merger of man and machine, coupled with the sudden explosion in machine intelligence and rapid innovation in the fields of gene research as well as nanotechnology, will result in a world where there is no distinction between the biological and the mechanical, or between physical and virtual reality. These technological revolutions will allow us to transcend our frail bodies with all their limitations. Illness, as we know it, will be eradicated. Through the use of nanotechnology, we will be able to manufacture almost any physical product upon demand, world hunger and poverty will be solved, and pollution will vanish. Human existence will undergo a quantum leap in evolution. We will be able to live as long as we choose. The coming into being of such a world is, in essence, the Singularity. – Kurzweil

Hubris and vanity are what characterize this movement, and that is no surprise considering that its primary proponents behind the scenes are our notorious Machine Men, the villainous and arrogant Sons of Cain. And whatever they put their hand to is that which will become poison to everyone else. Guaranteed.

How They Sell It

a pig is a pig is a pig...

a pig is a pig is a pig…

The images I have been selecting here won’t sell the product of Transhumanism – that’s why I selected them. They are more honest depictions, in my opinion.

But Machine Men are experts in lying, and in all forms of deception – so they will wrap up the pig of Transhumanism in a pretty, sexy little dress, put some makeup on it, and call it a Babe. But it’s still a pig. And the fact that they are trying so hard to sell you this pig should be sounding the alarms.

There has been a very recognizable trend in recent movies and, especially, music videos and live performances that put forward the images and concepts of Transhumanism, or more accurately, the marriage of man and machine. They make it very sexy and appealing.

beyonce-cyborg-handOne common technique in the music industry is to have the singer wear a garish, shiny metallic glove on one hand, essentially a robotic hand, while leaving the other normal. Effect – half human, half machine. My guess is that they only go half way at this point to ease people into the concept and become habituated with how it looks before going full-robo. That comes later. Beyonce is one of the frontrunners for displaying the themes of Transhumanism.

Another common technique uses the same half-n-half approach, only this time it is the head, one side machine, the other human.

91-terminator-2-postersbionic-aguilleraThis half/half symbolism is useful to recognize because it clearly shows intention in how they are exposing the viewing public to this concept, and the fact that they are using superstars in the film and music industries should tell you how important the dissemination of this information is to them. This imagery has cropped up here and there over the last century, but in recent times it has absolutely exploded. That is no accident. They are shifting the programming and desensitization into high gear. It appears to be working.

sexy cyborg

How this idea appeals to anyone is beyond me, but then I’ve never been a good subject to these vile snakes. Looking around, I mostly see people gobbling this crap up, rubbing their stomachs, and saying “mmmm, good.”

Let there be no doubt in your mind that when scriptures talk about the “mark of the beast,” it is talking about the changes they are planning with merging their technologies in with your very biology. You can see why the Bible says that if you accept that mark – or change – you  have slammed the door on your own salvation, because the change that is wrought in doing that will be irrevocable. There’s no turning back after that. After you accept that technology into your body, and your DNA is changed/corrupted – you will no longer be human, and you will have sealed your fate.

One more important aspect to this Transhuman agenda is the concept of Hive Mind.

Buzzing Bees, So Very, Very Busy

When they talk of uploading or uplinking everyone’s consciousness to a central server, what they are talking about really is the end of the individual, because what replaces that is a collective consciousness. It’s very important not to ignore this central reality of the Transhuman agenda. When everyone’s consciousness is linked together, it essentially becomes a collective Hive Mind. Think Borg from Star Trek. Individuals become mindless drones following instructions. That’s exactly what they want. In fact, it will be their dream-come-true.

Supporting this conclusion is the following:

One of the early Transhumanist elites, along with Julian Huxley, was Sir Charles Galton Darwin, the grandson of Charles Darwin, who founded the theory of evolution. Here is one of Charles Galton Darwin’s quotes relating to the Hive Mind:

“There might be a drug, which, without other harmful effects, removed the urgency of sexual desire, and so, reproduced in humanity the status of workers in a beehive.” – source

Workers in a beehive – their ultimate goal for the Children of Adam.

And they put this imagery out there in various ways in pop culture. One very relevant example is Imma Be by the Black Eyed Peas. The title is a bit deceiving, because at first blush it is meant to be street talk for “I’m going to be…” Probably everyone stops at that conclusion. But there’s another level to the meaning, and to find out what that is one need look no further than the album cover itself:

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See it now? “I’m a bee.” I’m a worker bee – mindless, part of the Hive Mind (notice also the electrical plug for a tail). The fact that this phrase is rhythmically repeated incessantly throughout the song leads me to believe that they are attempting to hypnotize you into accepting your new “worker bee/mindless drone” status. No thanks, f**ktards – you can take your Transhumanism and shove it up your tailpipe!

beyonce bee 3Not to “bee” outdone, Beyonce has jumped aboard this trend and served her masters well. Of course she has – if she didn’t, no one would ever hear about her anymore.  She wore a bee-themed outfit performing live in L.A. in 2007. When she first came out on stage she was cocooned in this strange, robotic bumble bee outfit, fitting with 2 Transhumanism themes – cyborgs and Hive Mind. This outfit opens up like a machine and when she comes out she’s wearing the number pictured at left.

Later, while pregnant, she wore the outfit to the right during Halloween.beyonce-bee-1

Finally, implying the bumble bee more subtly through color only, there’s the black and yellow dress.beyonce bee 2

OK, Beyonce! We get it – you’re a bee. Is this just in keeping with her nickname as Queen Bee of pop? That doesn’t cut the mustard for me – these iconic stars are carefully managed and controlled. They are too important to the elite in moving forward their agendas – that’s why they are rewarded so well, as long as they are obedient. I would say that they disguise their agenda with the whole “Queen Bee” nickname stuff ahead of time, then start having her portray the imagery in earnest, knowing full-well that most people will never make the connection.

beehiveartThe “bee” and Hive Mind symbolism go much deeper than this. In Masonry, the industrious (and one-minded) behavior of bees is celebrated with beehive images, visible in most Masonic temples. That makes it essentially a brotherhood symbol.

Even higher than that we arrive at the true controllers: the Archons, the aliens, the agents of Lucifer himself. They are known to have a Hive Mind also, and that should not be a surprise – Lucifer is the top control freak of all, and he is not going to allow independent thought in his operation. ARCHON BEINGAs above, so below. They will impose the same result upon us, through technology. When that happens, the end is not far away. If you accept their technological “gift”, your end has come already.

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