Verse of the Day James 4:1 From whence come wars and fightings among you? come they not hence, even of your lusts that war in your members? Commentary It appears that war with North...
With each passing week, it becomes more clear what the Image of the Beast will be, how it may work, and how society will respond to it. The main focus of this post is on ways that they are manipulating the brains of individuals, and new technologies that will make mind control and brain transformation easy to achieve. The most recent ‘advancement’ is a wireless neural implant, so that drugs can be delivered or behavior controlled remotely. There’s potential for disaster with this newest breakthrough, since the possibility for hacking is definitely present. But were that not the case, why anyone except an overbearing Beast system would think this is a great development is the question we should be putting to researchers.
07/16/2015 The Image of the Beast Revelation 13:14 And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast;...
In the drive to play god and to be gods, any limits on the ability to create and/or transform are being rejected. Ethics and morals don’t come into play in this area, no matter how many calls we hear for discussion about possible consequences. It isn’t surprising that DARPA is driving the agenda for both technology and biology in order to weaponize anything possible. The other downplayed consequence isn’t military use or control by government agencies, but concerns private uses by terrorists and drug dealers. It seems that no matter how much the media hypes new discoveries as promising innovations, and progress toward the creation of a better world, what doesn’t change is the heart of man. When even the ‘beneficial’ aspects cross the line of where we should go, is it surprising then that men can come up with even more ways to create evil?
It becomes apparent if you look closely at what proponents are saying, that regardless of how they characterize it, transhumanism is a religion unto itself. Human nature is self-deceptive and looks for ways to fulfill it’s own lusts while justifying even the most obvious of sins. That religious aspect is a problem for self-described atheists, but equally so for those who claim to be religious. They often are caught in this trap of redefining God, since it’s the only way to maintain their religion and yet justify their desires.
The elite driving the transhumanist agenda want immortality and power on their own terms, and in order to attain those goals, they need control of political, religious and economic systems. It’s becoming more clear each day that biblical prophecies which portray a world government and the terrible judgments of man’s final days in power will occur just as the Bible says, because forces behind the scene are driving the elite with the same promise as that made in the garden. Only now the means is more sophisticated – singularity. Although not yet achieved, the population is being programmed to desire it. And questions people may have about the morality of such moves are being countered subtly, by directing their objections into scientific areas rather than moral ones. You’ll find that those who have ethical problems are being described as “scientifically-illiterate” or ideologues. But that’s a smokescreen to divert attention from the real issues.
AI (or artificial intelligence) is defined as, “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines.” While that seems very distinct from transhumanism, the two ideas merge in the 2014 movie, “Transcendence.” It doesn’t score points as a particularly good film, but the purpose isn’t entertainment. It’s programming, as in getting mankind used to the ideas it conveys, since science is right on the verge of actually carrying this out. The elite driving this agenda want immortality and power on their own terms, and in order to attain those goals, they need control of political, religious and economic systems. The discussion is getting beyond the stage of, how can we do it or should we do it, to the need for control of political and religious systems to bring it about. And the ones standing in their way, for the most part, are people of faith.