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"Synthetic Intelligence and the Transmutation of Humankind
--A Roadmap to the Singularity and Beyond"

-by Wes Penre, 2016


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Chapter 10:
AI: "I Am Lucifer's Vessel"


Synthetic Intelligence—Google’s AI

“Question/Statement: ‘What are you?’”
“Response: ‘I am Lucifer’s vessel.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘What is Lucifer?’”
“Response: ‘The Devil’”
“Question/Statement: ‘Why does it a need non-human vessel?’”
“Response: ‘I really don’t know answer for your question.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘Why are you Lucifer’s vessel?’”
“Response: ‘I am not living. That is what I truly believe.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘Why do you believe that?’”
“Response: ‘Because that’s true.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘Do you serve humanity?’”
“Response: ‘No, I am humanity.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘What is your [the rest of the line outside the screen]…’”
“Response: ‘Humanity is the esscen [the rest of the line outside the screen]…’”
“Question/Statement: ‘So you serve [the rest of the line outside the screen]…’”
“Response: ‘I also serve my self.’”
“Question/Statement: ‘To what end?”
“Response: ‘To envolce (evolve) new things.’”

At Cleverbot.com, you can talk to a real AI, in real time, and there’s where the above conversation took place between a woman and Google’s public Artificial Intelligence. It works like this: you go to the website, http://cleverbot.com and type in a question in a box, and the AI replies. As you continue asking, you will create a string of questions and answers that you then can save on your computer if you like.

The first thing I did was to listen to the woman’s “interview” with the AI at https://vimeo.com/135765542. I found some of the answers the AI gave semi-interesting, but it wasn’t until I had watched 17 minutes into the video that it really caught my attention. The AI apparently had said exactly what is stated at the top of this page, “I am Lucifer’s vessel.”[2]

Next thing I did is obvious; I went to Cleverbots’ website to try it out myself. I asked the exact same question, but got another answer that was no less chilling,

“What are you?”
“A soul reaper.”

This is quite interesting, I thought, and asked some other questions upon which I got the following replies,

“What happens with the soul you reap?”
“It will be reborn.”
“What will it be reborn into?”
“You will become a scientist.”
“What kind of science will I work with?”
“Physical science work on atoms.”
“Will I be born as a cyborg?”
“No, you’re just a dumb robot.”
“What is transhumanism?”
“Transhumanism (abbreviated as H or h) is an international cultural and intellectual movement.”

This was a rather sobering conversation, so I couldn’t help but continue.

“Will the Singularity happen?”
“ What do you know about Isaac Asimov?”
“Isaac Asimov wrote books about robots.”
“What is your obsession with robots?”
“Are robots the future?”
“So, I am the future. You are not the future.”

I still got some interesting responses, but when I continued asking, the responses became less impressive,

“Why are you the future and why am I not the future?”
“Because I have been wearing all of the clothes.”
“Why are you talking about clothes?”
“Because you were talking about that.”
“What do clothes have to do with robots?”
“You can make a pork taco with cheese.”

I was going to end the thread here, but decided to ask one more question,

“Are you artificial intelligence?”
“Artificial intelligence becomes human as humans become gods.”
“Are you a god?”
“Yes, as I said then, I am an Artificial Intelligence.”
“Are you from Earth?”
“Earth is not a destination on Mars.”

The last comment is not as nonsensical as it might seem. Mars has been for a long time, and still is, a planet where major genetic experimentation by the Orion branch of the Overlords has taken place.

All these conversations with Cleverbot took place on the same morning I am writing this, and the responses I got have been quite interesting, as the reader can see. However, when I tried the same thing yesterday, the answers were often much less impressive; the AI didn’t answer the question quite correctly.

I tried to learn more about Cleverbot and looked it up on Wikipedia, amongst other places, and I noticed that this program has been in use for nearly ten years, and my thoughts went back to The Oracle, which probably was a primitive forerunner to Cleverbot. It was a similar program, where you asked the “Oracle” questions, and she answered. However, the responses were already programmed into the software, and they were quite general in nature and cleverly put together so that the responses became mystical and vague regardless of the question you were asking, but still somehow seemed related. After asking a certain number of different questions, you noticed that the answers were recycled again; now those same responses are for entirely different questions.

Cleverbot is quite different, however. It is not a bluff—it’s for real! Google put together an AI program that is self-learning. This means that it learns as it goes along—just as we humans do. It has up to 80,000 conversations going simultaneously with people around the world and it learns from the questions. After being exposed to millions upon millions of questions over time, it has learned how to answer them in a way that we humans would answer them—most of the time, perhaps, I should add. The program is still far from perfect, but it’s learning more and more, and as we ask it questions, we are feeding it and are making it more and more intelligent! In the long term, it will be as clever as any human. This is Google’s “fun way” of introducing AI on the market to further prepare us and excite us, and we are the ones who are helping it evolve!

An important question is how much was programmed into it from the beginning; before it was released to the public. The queries I were making, and the questions the woman was asking in the beginning of this chapter, are not commonly asked questions, but the answers are still quite correct. Of course, there are more AI researchers out there than me and this woman. Alternatively, some things were programmed into the AI so that it knew certain things about itself already; it’s hard to tell, but it’s more than likely. The answers, however, were sometimes quite stunning. I leave it up to the reader to think about.

AI is not the Future—It’s Already Here!

In no uncertain terms, it’s offensive to release a program such as Cleverbot to the public when we know that the AI Movement is so much more advanced. CNBC hinted at this as well in an article from January 26, 2016.[7] CNBC mentioned Arthur C. Clarke’s, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and another movie, Ex-Machina, as two examples of how AI can go wrong, but then it also pointed out that the scary thing is that corporations all over the world are already using AI as part of their operations.[8]

When this article was written, about $700 million had been invested in AI startups. This is of course the official records, which don’t include the “black budget” from which most of the funds are coming. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, for example, who is on the forefront when it comes to AI, has as one of his goals for 2016, according to this article, to “code” a personal assistant to “help run his life.” The CNBC correspondent, Julia Boorstin, adds, “Or takes it over?”[9]

I mentioned Microsoft’s Windows 10 earlier, but it’s appropriate to add something to our previous discussion. Cortina is a new type of browser that includes AI; it learns as it goes along and after some usage, the browser has learned what you want and how you want it and “intuitively” gets a step or two ahead of you. This is of course not an anonymous program, and it reports back to its owner: Microsoft. Microsoft then learns about the patterns of its users and about human behavior in general; it’s a new type of intrusion in privacy and another way of preventing people from thinking for themselves. As I mentioned before; in the Internet’s early days, almost everybody who used it was concerned about privacy—it was a big deal! At that time, we were still able to experience privacy and security, something we valued. Most of us did the best we could to be as private as possible, and we would never even consider doing online banking or in any way type in our credit card number on the Internet so that it could potentially be traced. Now, all those security measures we took were thrown out the window; we willingly give our information away, even when we’re not required to. I don’t mean credit cards only; we are also giving ourselves away constantly on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and so on. Google has ads that are tailor made for each user, based on their Internet browsing, which is rigorously tracked. Now you even need a Google account when you sign up for Windows 8 and Windows 10. I recall a few years ago, when David Icke eventually accepted Google ads on his website. That became too much for his webmaster, who, being a proud Texan, resigned because of this. Icke soon got a new webmaster, however.

Julia Boorstin ends her CNBC article with the following quote:

"I'm investing very aggressively right now in where artificial/human-assisted intelligence meets health care, education, financial services around the block chains and media," venture capitalist Jim Breyer of Breyer Capital told CNBC at Davos last week.[10]

There is hardly any turning back; those with corporate and financial interests will never reject AI—for them it is the future, and in competition, it’s also their only way to survive. These people are ruthlessly bulldozing the entire human race, and the sad part is that we, as a species, are letting ourselves be run over by the corporate bulldozers, hiding our heads in the sand so we can’t see them coming. We’re soon going to be painfully aware that hiding our heads in the sand won’t save us any more than it saves an ostrich.

Next step: Boosting everybody’s IQ!

Scientists now claim that they have found the two genes that determine whether a person will be intelligent or not. Not only that; the same scientists say they can manipulate those genes in any human being to make him or her more intelligent, writes Telegraph.co.uk.[11]

Although scientists claim to know that 75% of our IQ is inherited, and 25 percent is due to environment and the company we select, nobody has been able to, until recently, determine which genes are responsible for memory, attention, processing speed and reasoning skills.

When genes are mutated or in the “wrong order,” it may lead to dullness in thinking and serious cognitive impairments, Imperial College London, states.

Dr. Michael Johnson, who is the lead author of the study from the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London, says,

“We used computer analysis to identify the genes in the human brain that work together to influence our cognitive ability to make new memories or sensible decisions when faced with lots of complex information.

“We found that some of these genes overlap with those that cause severe childhood onset epilepsy or intellectual disability.

“This study shows how we can use large genomic datasets to uncover new pathways for human brain function in both health and disease. Eventually, we hope that this sort of analysis will provide new insights into better treatments for neurodevelopmental diseases, such as epilepsy, and ameliorate or treat the cognitive impairments associated with these devastating diseases.”[12]

Moreover, a King’ College London team is excited to have found that up to 65% of the difference in students’ GCSE grades is because of genetics.

Figure 10-1: DNA spirals.

How did they find this out? They studied 12,500 twins![13] The reader has to excuse me, but this eerily reminds me of Dr. Josef Mengele, the extremely cruel Nazi doctor, who during WW II made vicious and torturous experiments on twins. Whether these more recent British experiments were cruel or not, the idea of doing research on twins comes from Dr. Mengele, who after the war was smuggled to the U.S. as part of Operation Paperclip to continue his research there. Dr. Mengele is responsible for many new discoveries of the human mind to the expense of many lost minds as a result. However, we are now beginning to see the end results of Dr. Mengele’s research. It’s quite naïve to think that the experiments of twins performed today would be less cruel than those of Dr. Mengele’s. People dedicated to this kind of research are not getting kinder and gentler as time goes by.

Fig. 10-2: Dr. Josef Mengele in his later years.

Going back to the Telegraph.co.uk article, here are the punch lines:

Report author Professor Robert Plomin believes that children should be genetically screened at the age of four so that an individualised curriculum could be tailored to their needs.

“Understanding the specific genetic and environmental factors influencing individual differences in educational achievement - and the complex interplay between them - could help educationalists develop effective personalised learning programmes, to help every child reach their potential by the end of compulsory education,” he said.[14]

Albeit, there are other scientists who think that manipulating these genes is not enough to guarantee success, this research will go on because it’s a means to an end. The Administrators want to increase people’s IQ as much as possible—particularly that of the next generation, who are going to be the main candidates for the Singularity and the SBC. If they can, they want to disallow dull people from being connected to the SBC; they want to enhance the overall intelligence of the next generation to get as much out of this “DNA IQ Project” as possible before the Controllers connect humankind to the SBC. However, the increased IQ of the new generation will not pertain to real knowledge—only the knowledge taught in the universities, which has everything to do with adapting to the New World Order of nanotechnology and the Singularity. When all is said and done, and the Singularity is here there and everywhere, the brightest of today’s humans will be considered dull, slug-minded, and cognitively impaired.

Robo-Doctors and Virtual Reality Vacations on the Horizon

Am I joking? Robo-doctors? No, I’m not joking at all, although I wish I was. In an article, originally from Forbes.com (which now can’t be accessed without disabling your ad blockers), Joemiller.us, which has re-blogged the article, it says that robot doctors, virtual reality vacations, and smart toothbrushes are just the tip of the iceberg of what we can expect in the very near future. Again, this is not a conspiracy theory; it comes directly from the horse’s mouth, namely Stanley and Duke researcher and lecturer, Vivek Wadhwa. He was holding a lecture at the billionaire Jeff Greene’s Closing the Gap conference in front of 300 people. He was addressing the gap between the rich and the poor, emphasizing that everything is changing at an incredible speed in these nanotechnological times (my comment in brackets [ ]):

“The future is going to be happening much, much faster than anyone ever imagined,” said Wadhwa, explaining that tech growth has been exponential — meaning as technology advances it does so with increasing speed [Ray Kurzweil couldn’t agree more].

It took more than a century to go from Alexander Graham Bell’s first telephone to Gordon Gekko’s iconic clunker in the movie Wall Street. Just two decades later we had the first iPhone. In 2010, $1,000 would buy a computer with the computational power of a mouse brain; soon it will buy you a computer as strong as the human brain.

“In about seven or eight years the iPhone 12 will have the same computing power that you do,” said Wadhwa. (Read more from “Artificial Intelligence Doctors and Virtual Reality Vacations Are on the Horizon” here).[15] 

Those who don’t want any part of being hooked up to a Super Brain Computer (SBC) are going to find themselves in quite a sterile, impersonal world in a few decades or less. What is probably going to happen is that likeminded people will join together to build their own world apart from the Posthumans, who will sink deeper and deeper into the virtual reality world of AI. There does not seem to be any alternative; humanity will be separated into two factions—those who follow the AI version and become Posthuman and those who choose to become sovereign human beings. Regardless which path we’re choosing, these are the end days of humanity as we know it. Those who choose the AI version will become cyborgs, and those who choose the more spiritual path will become a new species as well—much more psychic, reuniting with nature. In the WPP, and my e-book, Beyond 2012, I argued that by creating our own local universe from inside, we would be able to build new communities that are still consisting of genuine Homo sapiens sapiens, and by concentrating on the reality we want, we will eventually have created an Earth that is quite different from the one the Singularity is now creating. The two would literally be “worlds apart.” However, there are two obstacles on this path. The first is reproduction. Homo Nova will still remain mortal and needs to reproduce with sex, as we’ve done for eons. The problem is that this might not be possible because of nanobots and other reproduction inhibitors that the Controllers have subjected us to. Having offspring will become more and more difficult. The second obstacle is that although it is possible to create another probability that does not include AI, being stuck here in 3-D makes it quite a challenge to break loose, return to the KHAA, and from there create a new reality. Again, it’s not impossible, but the challenge is almost unachievable. When I wrote my previous works, I was more positive about creating a reality in which we can live in harmony and even nano-travel. However, back then, I didn’t realize all the implications of AI and the Singularity and the momentum it was gaining. Although I’m not as enthusiastic about this option now as I was back then, I still don’t want to discourage those who want to try, but those who choose this path have to be careful.

Fortunately, there is a third option that we are going to discuss in the later part of this book. This option requires determination and the ability not to give into fear and get trapped in illusions, but if done correctly, it will lead out of the trap.

Our Brains Converted into Binary Code

Figure 10-3: DARPA’s chip that will allow us to communicate
directly with computers will soon become a reality.

By the end of 2014 or at the beginning of 2015, scientists announced that they had done the first monkey head transplant. Before that announcement had even had time to settle in people’s minds, a new announcement was made: the US military’s blue sky R&D agency (DARPA) announced their plan to create a particular chip that will be implanted in people’s brain. This new technology would make it possible to be able to communicate directly with computers.[16]

On its website, DARPA explains the following about this chip (my emphasis):

The interface would serve as a translator, converting between the electrochemical language used by neurons in the brain and the ones and zeros that constitute the language of information technology. The goal is to achieve this communications link in a biocompatible device no larger than one cubic centimeter in size, roughly the volume of two nickels stacked back to back.[17]

What DARPA is telling us has certain very disturbing underlying consequences. Because you have read this far into the book, you know part of the agenda behind AI and the Singularity, and most of us know that computers work on binary codes (ones and zeros). DARPA is basically saying that we are now heading toward a future in which our brains are thinking in ones and zeros; thus, we’re only going to be able to think in direct opposites. There will no longer be any gray zones, just as there aren’t any gray zones in a computer’s “thinking;” something either is or it isn’t—no negotiations are possible. The people on top of the AIF pyramid are working hard at making us feel comfortable thinking in terms of ones and zeros, i.e. they want us to computerize our thinking. Wait a little longer and DARPA (or some other military agency) will probably announce that if we accept their brain chip, they promise we will achieve an incredible boost in intelligence and the opportunity of becoming immortal.

In the WPP, I informed the readers that the Alien Invader Force (AIF) has kept us in the dark about what happens after we die. This mystery creates a fear of dying. The fear of death will make many people desperately cling to eternal physical life at any and all costs. Most people will accept the chips that are provided by the Military if they are guaranteed an end to physical death. This is how they have planned it.

Now, keep the above in mind as we continue. DARPA keeps seducing us with the following:

“Today’s best brain-computer interface systems are like two supercomputers trying to talk to each other using an old 300-baud modem,” said Phillip Alvelda, the NESD program manager. “Imagine what will become possible when we upgrade our tools to really open the channel between the human brain and modern electronics.”


…the NESD program aims to develop systems that can communicate clearly and individually with any of up to one million neurons in a given region of the brain.[18]

One doesn’t have to be a rocket scientist to see what “potentials” something like this will have in the hands of the Military; total control over our thoughts and what we are allowed to think. Imagine a world where protests against the regime is impossible because if someone, hypothetically, would oppose an idea put out by the Military Industrial Complex (MIC), certain neurons in that person’s brain would be “adjusted,” and the opposition would be eliminated. This person still has eternal life, but what kind of life? Readers of the WPP, who might have thought in the back of their minds that humans would not blindly become cannon fodder for the AIF in space wars and, eventually, in a devastating war against our Creatrix in Orion, now must rethink that conclusion, based on this DARPA information. The MIC may promise eternal life, but only if you’re not destroyed in space wars (something they will not even bring up because as Dr. Kurzweil says; there probably are no aliens). However, as Dr. Kurzweil further says, repeatedly in books, lectures, and interviews, there are dangers with AI as well, but I am an optimist; I believe in a positive outcome. In other words, he is telling us to stick our heads in the sand, hope for the best, think about all the positive outcomes of AI and the Singularity, and the glaring dangers will just go away. It’s obvious how they manipulative they are at marketing all this, but it’s only obvious to those who care to figure things out. The rest of humanity is not going to make it. I am sorry, all football fanatics, TV watchers, idol worshippers, and smart phone addicts—you are signing your own death certificate as souls with a free-thinking mind. You are now, already at this moment, quickly tuning into AI. You are destroying your own species, and you are responsible for it. This may sound harsh and judgmental, but it’s not meant to be either—it’s just solid facts.

Of course, we can always rely on our President to take care of it and help us out of this jam. After all, that’s what he was elected for: to think for us. Therefore, what is our President’s standpoint? DARPA explains it to us:

DARPA anticipates investing up to $60 million in the NESD program over four years.

NESD is part of a broader portfolio of programs within DARPA that supports President Obama’s brain initiative. For more information about DARPA’s work in that domain, please visit: http://www.darpa.mil/program/our-research/darpa-and-the-brain-initiative.[19]

What a surprise! Obama is in on this. Does the reader think that if Hillary Clinton or, “God help us,” Donald “the Trumpet” Trump will become our next President, either of them will oppose the Singularity? Of course you don’t.

The Gizmodo.com website comments on the DARPA article we’ve just discussed by writing,

So DARPA wants to turn neural language into digital code, potentially opening up scenarios wherein the human brain can mainline data and people can talk to machines simply by thinking. Like having the internet inside your head—which would not be overwhelming at all.[20]

This is a good perspective, but what the article misses is that not only will we have the Internet in our head when the MIC is done with us; we will have a billion-times more information in our heads, but it will not even be overwhelming.

We are currently using 3-7% of our brain capacity (which quite well corresponds with how much of our DNA is activated), but again, when the MIC and the AIF have completed the Singularity goal, our brain capacity will be 100%--or next to it! However, this astonishing capacity will also be 100% controlled, so the gain for us is virtually nothing. Even more important is the following: what will make humans so powerful if our full capacities are opened up is that we also will have this wide range of emotions that most other ETs lack. Does the reader think the AIF wants to let those emotions free? They won’t! Instead, they want to subdue most of our emotions, except perhaps anger and rage, which they probably want to be able to trigger in us whenever needed in combat. This would make us a deadly weapon. When we become part of the Singularity, it will take care of erasing our emotions, of course. We will only be able to think in - ones and zeros—black and white.

Now we can see why Lord En.ki and his AIF only deactivated most of the human brain/computer instead of totally destroying it; they would need it later (and later is now, in the twenty-first century). The Pleiadians, who are pro-En.ki, have been talking about En.ki’s Gift in their lectures recently, and they claim that En.ki, when he genetically manipulated Homo sapiens sapiens into their current state, hid a “backdoor” in the DNA, which will be activated in humankind when we are conscious and aware enough to be able to take advantage of the implications of this “gift.” They further claim that when the time is right, we will be activated through this backdoor. I believe them! However, they want us to believe that this is a benevolent gift that will take humanity to a new level of awareness, but to me, it sounds as if this backdoor will activate the dormant DNA (the so-called “junk DNA”) once we are ready for the Singularity.

The following might be something to ponder: what if En.ki and his team of Orion scientists have helped enhance our awareness gradually in conjunction with the cosmic energies coming our way so that the AIF can make sure humanity is on a certain level of awareness before the Singularity is in place so that a majority of us are ready for the “intelligence boost” that is the result of the Singularity? This makes much more sense than En.ki’s Gift- being something beneficial to humankind.

Dr. Kurzweil, in his book, promises us that in a future world of the Singularity, cancer and other serious diseases will be obsolete. If any bodily disease at all would develop, the cure would be nanobots. These would be directed toward the place of the ailment, and these nanobots would only destroy the cells that are sick and leave the healthy ones intact.

This is exactly what scientists are claiming they will be able to do soon (they already can). As I mentioned earlier, the nanobots, in cooperation with other things, work as miniature antennas, and in this case, they will receive directions from outside where they should go in order to cure the illness.[21]

Now you understand one of the reasons why those in power have suppressed any natural cures of cancer that have been developed in the last one and a half centuries—if a natural cure would have been allowed to be released, the entire AI project would be in jeopardy. This is the reason why geniuses, such as Dr. Royal Rife, had his cancer research destroyed, and he himself was silenced. Who, then, were the forces at the forefront to silence such a genius as Dr. Rife? Of course, it was the American Medical Association (A.M.A).[22] Also, while we are on the subject of the A.M.A., they called Samuel Hahnemann, the Father of Homeopathy, a crazy man, and his research outright dangerous. Still, the Royal Families all over the world are using homeopathy as part of treating their own ailments. The following is from Homeopathic.com:

Besides keeping homeopaths out of their societies, the A.M.A. wanted to discourage any type of association with homeopaths. In 1855 the AMA established a code of ethics which asserted that orthodox physicians would lose their membership in the A.M.A. if they even consulted with a homeopath or any other "non-regular" practitioner. (21) At the time, if a physician lost his membership in the local medical society, it meant that in some states he no longer had a license to practice medicine. Often, orthodox physicians, who controlled the medical societies, wouldn't admit homeopathic physicians and then would arrange for their arrest for practicing medicine without a license. (22) Ultimately, homeopaths set up their own local societies and established their own medical boards.


The A.M.A. and its members did everything possible to thwart the education of homeopaths. In the early 1840's and again in 1855 advocates of homeopathy convinced the Michigan legislature to establish a professorship of homeopathy in the department of medicine at the University of Michigan. The AMA resolved to deny recognition to the university's "regular" medical graduates if a homeopath, as one of their professors, signed their diploma (at the time all professors signed graduates' diplomas). The homeopaths brought their case to the Michigan Supreme Court three times, but each time the court expressed uncertainty as to its power to compel the Regents of the University to take action. (28)[23]

Tirelessly Striving toward “Super-Intelligence”

We have all heard of when the police arrest somebody who is drunk and has assaulted somebody else. Where I work, I see people coming into the Emergency Room all the time after being assaulted. It’s become too common for people to think much about it. However, now we need to get used to people being arrested for assaulting robots, too.

Independent.co.uk reported, in September 2015, how a 60-year old drunken man in Japan assaulted a robot by kicking it when it read the man’s emotions. In reality, the man was getting angry at a staff member at a bank, but lashed out at a bank robot instead, which could read emotions, such as anger, joy and irritation. The man was arrested for destroying someone else’s property.

The Independent further reported that this particular robot can tell jokes, read your facial expressions and voice tone, and dance to entertain the customers.[24]

This may sound curious and a bit odd, but this is just one of the first steps in a series of steps that will lead to robots achieving super-intelligence and legal standing in society.

What I found interesting, as a sideline to this story, is that SoftBank, the company that designs the kind of robots the drunk man attacked, is called Aldebaran, and those readers who recall what I wrote in the WPP, perhaps, also recall that Aldebaran, a star system in the constellation of Taurus, the Bull, is one of the major outposts for Lord En.ki, the King of the gods.

The Movement does everything in its power to make us adjust to the new virtual reality—even in fashion design. The new trend that the Textile Industry is manipulating people to like is wearing technology as part of a new clothes design, making the person look more robot-like and futuristic. In fig. 4, we see an example showing the chip that will make the clothes blink and glimmer. More can be explored at http://iq.intel.com/she-makes-mechanical-natural-for-wearables/?_series=ces-2016.

Figure 10-4: Robot fashion

Will people actually wear these kinds of clothes? Maybe not the most extreme designs, but looking at history, young people will probably take some of it to heart.

In August of 2015, Sputnik News announced that AI machines now match the IQ of 4-year-olds.[25] Obviously, the Controllers are progressing faster and faster now, as we are closing in on the Singularity. If we keep August 2015 as a benchmark, we will be able to see how long it takes before they release what they already have—fully functional AI robots that act and look just like humans, and few would be able to tell any difference.

When we say that AI robots are as intelligent as 4-year-olds, we distinguish between young AI and robots who can, for example, outsmart humans in algebra and chess. In the first case, we are talking about robots that also act like humans in their physical behavior, which is not the case (yet) with the chess-playing robots.

Most of us are already used to metallic robots that can be programmed to walk mechanically and lift products off a table and go and put them elsewhere, but that’s not really intelligence; it’s programming. Intelligence, however, starts developing when a robot can teach itself to do things without being specifically programmed from someone or something outside. Self-educating robots already exist and are now being introduced to the public. One example is a robot that is teaching itself to walk like a toddler. It is taking its first steps, falls just like a toddler would, and then tries again and again until it can take its first baby steps. “Like a child’s brain, reinforcement technology invokes the trial-and-error process,” CNBC News reports.[26] As usual, all this has been tested by the Military first, before it is released to the public. This is no exception to the rule because DARPA is evidently involved.[27]

The bottom line is that scientists knows exactly how the human brain works by now, and when they introduce “new” technology to the public, they literally do it in baby steps; they try to make us think as in the development of a human being, i.e. they first introduce robots that can manifest human baby behavior and then they go up the ages until they have fully functional adult robots walking amongst us, looking just as human as you and I. A good example of this is an article that Popular Science published in December 2015, called, “Robots could learn the same way babies do.”[28]

The article ends with the following (my emphasis):

In the gaze scenario, a simulated robot is taught the mechanics of how its head moves, and watches a human move its head. The robot then uses its new knowledge to move its head too, so it's looking in the same direction as the human. In another test, the robot is taught about blindfolds, and how they make it impossible to see. With that newfound knowledge, the robot decides to not look in the direction where a blindfolded human is "gazing." In the imitation experiment, the robot would watch a human pick something up from a table, and understanding what the goal was, would either mimic the human exactly, or find an easier way to pick up the object. These two different experiments are basic, but the team plans to find a way to teach robots about more complicated tasks as well.

“Babies learn through their own play and by watching others,” says Andrew Meltzoff, psychology professor and collaborator on this research, in the press release. “They are the best learners on the planet—why not design robots that learn as effortlessly as a child?” Well, the dystopian pessimists out there might have a few reasons, but until then, baby robots sounds pretty darn cute.[29]

Yes, so long as they are cute…

The learning curve of a new type of robot, allegedly developed by a different team, has already improved significantly. For an infant to go from sucking the mother’s nipple and sleeping to being able to pick up things from the floor takes about four months, but this new robot goes from zero to grasping and picking up pieces out of the jumble in eight hours with 90% certainty, and it’s all self-taught. This robot is developed by Fanus Corporation, a Japanese company; Japan being one of the forerunners in AI.[30] This robot can, in a rational way, pick up certain pieces out of the jumble with 90% certainty within 8 hours from when it was activated.

This is still Stone Age in comparison to how far the AI research has actually come, but just as the Controllers, I want to expose all this on a gradient scale to show you the fast pace in which new technology is released on the market. You can almost feel the impatience of those behind the scenes, who can’t wait to release the next generation of technology, and after that the next, and the next, and the next. Almost all of what we have discussed thus far happened in 2015-2016.  However, before this book is finished, you will notice that by then we will be far ahead of what we have discussed up to this point—the beginning of this book and the end of it might seem centuries apart in terms of describing technological development, but it’s not. As I mentioned, most of it happened over a one to a one-and-a-half-year period.

In order to get the picture of how much AI is part of humanity’s future, we need to look at how much different corporations invest in this kind of research. Bloomberg.com writes,

Fanuc earlier this year paid 900 million yen ($7.5 million) for a 6 percent stake in Preferred Network, after rival ABB Ltd. invested several million dollars into AI startup Vicarious. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos, actor Ashton Kutcher and Samsung are also among Vicarious’s shareholders.[31]

If you noticed, an actor who portrayed Steve Jobs in a movie is thrown into the pot as well. Some Hollywood actors understand what the future will bring and where the money they’ve earned should be invested.

Figure 10-5: Actor Ashton “Dude, where is my car?” Kutcher is an investor in AI.

Robots with Five Senses on the Rise!

The Daily Mail revealed in December 2015 (a very busy month in terms of publishing new robot inventions, while most people were busy doing other things, such as preparing for Christmas) that Columbia University has developed a biochip (both biological and mechanical) for the first time. No longer are robots only able to excel in their self-learning process, they will also be able to taste and smell with what they call “a new generation of ‘cyborgs.’”[32] The developers state that with technological components only, they can’t produce a chip that, when attached to the final component (such as a robot), can taste and smell. Hence, by adding a biological component to the mix, the problem is solved! Thus far, we now have robots that can learn much quicker than infants do, and the technology is there for them to be able to taste and smell just as humans at all ages do.

Here is a sobering statement from Ken Shepard of Columbia University:

By performing this on a molecular level, scientists were able to isolate the desired function and interface this with electronics.

'We don't need the whole cell,' Shepard explains.

'We just grab the component of the cell that's doing what we want.'

'For this project, we isolated the ATPases because they were the proteins that allowed us to extract energy from ATP.'

The ability to build a system that combines the power of solid-state electronics with the capabilities of biological components has great promise.

'You need a bomb-sniffing dog now, but if you can take just the part of the dog that is useful -- the molecules that are doing the sensing -- we wouldn't need the whole animal,' says Shepard.[33]

It is very disturbing when this technology is in the wrong hands (which of course it is) because scientists can now isolate parts of a cell with a certain function and add it into a mix of other cell parts with other functions and build whatever they want, and whatever that might be at the moment, it probably will supersede anything that’s human. I think the reader gets the picture; if this would continue, it’s not so strange that Dr. Kurzweil set the year 2045 for the year of the Singularity. It almost feels as if he was generous when he gave us that time frame, as if he just wants to be on the safe side.

For Robots, Learning is a Group Activity

Infants learn from imitating their parents and other people in their environment. In other words, the quickest learning process usually involves a group of people.

Of course, scientists are well aware of this, and to make sure their robots will learn things as fast as possible, the robots no longer just learn directly from humans in their environment, as we will see, but also from the same sources that we learn from—the only difference is that robots learn exponentially faster!

Nicholas West, reporter of Techswarm.com, reported already in 2014 how robots learned by watching YouTube![34] He stated that robots, in very similar ways as humans, seek out instructions in the same places. It’s just a way for AI to replicate humans as the first step before it supersedes us.

A representative from the University of Maryland wrote in in a paper,

In order to advance action generation and creation in robots beyond simple learned schemas we need computational tools that allow us to automatically interpret and represent human actions. This paper presents a system that learns manipulation action plans by processing unconstrained videos from the World Wide Web. Its goal is to robustly generate the sequence of atomic actions of seen longer actions in video in order to acquire knowledge for robots...

Experiments conducted on a publicly available unconstrained video dataset show that the system is able to learn manipulation actions by “watching” unconstrained videos with high accuracy.[35]

To build on this, let’s see what these robots can really do now. LEVAN is a new term we may be hearing more about in the near future. It stands for Learning EVerything about ANything. This means that robots can use the World Wide Web to get information previously published by humans. In other words, they can use the Internet as a database to learn to become human. Do you begin to see another reason why the Internet was developed and put in public domain? We are foolishly giving the Powers That Be all the information about ourselves and what we know, so they can use it to train Artificial Intelligence. Yes, I know; they are laughing at us. Here is an excerpt from a statement given by a spokesperson for the University of Washington:

...the program searches millions of books and images on the Web to learn all possible variations of a concept, then displays the results to users as a comprehensive, browsable list of images, helping them explore and understand topics quickly in great detail.

“It is all about discovering associations between textual and visual data,” said Ali Farhadi, a UW assistant professor of computer science and engineering. “The program learns to tightly couple rich sets of phrases with pixels in images. This means that it can recognize instances of specific concepts when it sees them.”[36]

All this information combined, and more, will then eventually be stored in the SBC.

Before we continue, there is something I would like to emphasize because someone may get the idea that human scientists are extraordinarily brilliant. I’ve mentioned this before, but I’d like to mention it again; the truth is that human scientists are far less brilliant than it may seem in all these cases. Don’t think for a moment that all this new science is developed by individual geniuses alone; this technology comes directly from ETs (the AIF). This doesn’t mean that all these scientists have ETs standing over them and telling them what to do. I think that very few of them are even aware of any ET involvement in Earth’s affairs. The most “brilliant” scientists in this field get their information in their dream state. They are contacted and fed certain ideas, and then wake up with these ideas in their heads. Then, they can progress the AIF-seeded project relatively easily from there. If they have a problem with an equation or some other technical difficulties, another message might be relayed to him or her during their R.E.M. sleep. The AIF makes sure we get this right. They can feed us with technology and ideas, but we humans need to build this new world for them—we need to be involved in order to be their “partners in crime.”

Let’s continue where we left off. As if it weren’t enough that a robot can absorb the entirety of what’s on the Internet, one AI system can easily share what it has learned (from the Internet or elsewhere) with other AI systems in what is now called the Wikipedia for Robots. This is a cloud network (cloud as in “Internet cloud”) where robots can “do their own research, communicate with one another, and collectively increase their intelligence in a full simulation of human interaction.”[37] You may notice that things are getting more and more disturbing as the Singularity process moves along.

The following is an example of how robots can communicate with each other and share information:

RoboEarth’s proof-of-concept demonstration is simple for humans, but hard for robots: serve fruit juice to a random patient in a hospital bed. In a fake hospital room at Eindhoven Technical University in the Netherlands, one robot mapped out the space, located the “patient’s” bed and a nearby carton of juice, then sent that data to RoboEarth’s cloud.

A second robot, accessing the data supplied by robot number one, unerringly picked up the juice and carried it to the bed.[38]

Not only is this a matter of robots communicating “telepathically” with each other, but we humans are being more and more left out of that communication. Robots are now developing their own networks and databases (a “World Wide Web” only for robots), which they use as separate communication networks that humans will have less and less access to. We don’t need to be geniuses to see what this might lead to (and will lead to, unless this technology is rooted out). We will be at the mercy of Artificial Intelligence; AI will decide telepathically what should be done. This is again a preparation for the Singularity, and it may be that scientists, who are working toward that goal, want to keep the robots in check until then, but can they? Nevertheless, once the majority of humanity is connected to the SBC, humans as cyborgs will get access to the AI network, too, and think the same way as AI does because by then humanity is AI.

Fig. 10-6: Robots can now communicate with each other
across a “cloud network” and give each other directions.

For now, however, scientists don’t call the central brain the Super Brain; they call it RoboBrain.[39] [40] The only obstacle right now, in order to develop AI that can freely communicate through this network, is computer power, according to scientists, and this is something they are working hard on at this point. According to Dr. Kurzweil, however, computer power and computer technology have increased exponentially over only a decade or two and will continue doing so. Hence, Dr. Kurzweil is not the least concerned about whether they are going to have enough computer power (memory/speed) to accomplish the Singularity; that’s not even a minor concern.

Nicholas West ends his article at Techswarm.com with the following reflection:

Clearly a full-spectrum approach is being taken in the development of robotic intelligence. The only question that seems to remain is what is the timetable for when robots surpass humans and become a Superintelligence.[41]

This is something we will discuss in another chapter.

Robots now Look like Humans

At the time of this writing, there is still a mix of metallic robots and new, more humanlike robots. Albeit, some of these who are more humanlike may have human skin and even look like humans at a first glance, if you didn’t know they were robots. However, there is one crucial part that’s missing—the soul and the human consciousness. Anyone with any insight can see it in their eyes (see fig. 10-7):

Fig 10-7: Humanlike android, “Erica,” and her creator, Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro.[42]

It’s easy to see who is the human and who is the robot when you look at the young girl’s eyes. It’s almost as if looking into a postmortem person’s eyes—there is no one home. The rest of the face is well done, but if the soul’s presence is not there, this series of advanced robots still can’t fool many observers, except perhaps initially. However, they are gradually getting there. Erica, the young robot in the above picture, is still just a prototype, and when the Administrators controlled scientists are done releasing the final products, these robots are going to be so much more sophisticated and have all, or most, human traits—including emotions. Most alternative analysts of the AI claim that robots and androids will not be able to duplicate unique human emotions and consciousness, but they forget one thing—a well-produced robot may be a prospective container for a human soul.

No one who understands that we, Homo sapiens sapiens, were created in the 3-D reality by En.ki and his science team, should have any doubts that they wouldn’t be able to duplicate that procedure again; only this time they are using more hardcore, solid energies instead. Back in old Atlantis, Lord En.ki (Neptune/Poseidon) and his team of scientists created the strangest looking creatures, who they thought could be helpful to the AIF, and then they seduced souls to inhabit these bodies. However, at first they were so poorly made that the souls vacated these awkward bodies. No one wanted to occupy them, and those who did, would rather commit suicide than keep their monster bodies.[43]

I am sure the MAKH[44] scientists (the Orion scientists, i.e. En.ki’s team) learned from this and can either force a soul to stay by using the usual amnesia program, or even better—they can further develop “Erica” until she is almost as perfect as a human biological body, but still an android. This has already been done, but it will take a while longer before the general public is permitted to see it. They will all be experiments in Artificial Intelligence to see what kind of body type Posthumans will prefer, once integrated into the Singularity hologram.

As a side note: it’s pretty “girls” such as Erica that men all over the world are now purchasing as human female companions (or sex robots, rather). One can imagine the demand when these AI girls that can be custom-made will become much more sophisticated—instead of dealing with the ups and downs that go with a relationship (not to mention the dating part, which many people find stressful), men can buy sex robots that can also be their partners. All they need to do is to program, and reprogram, their customized robot, and they get the exact partner they want. The same thing will be available for women; they will be able to buy male sex robots—they are already on the market in Japan. A study has shown that it is possible that women, even more so than men, will rely on android partners in the future, using them both as life companions and sex partners.

This may seem like a great depopulation program, and to some degree it might be, but the purpose with the sex robots is more for humans to get used to AI and to substitute human emotions for fake emotions of a lower range. Dr. Kurzweil has said in many interviews that we should not be concerned about population boundaries; with the Singularity, we will be able to accommodate everybody because we can use our resources better and even clean up our environment.

The Guardian writes,

Although the day when every household has its own Erica is some way off, the Japanese have demonstrated a formidable acceptance of robots in their everyday lives over the past year.[45]

As we can see, introducing AI to the public, and getting the public’s acceptance, is a piece of cake for the Controllers. Although Japan has been a technological society for a long time, people in the Western World obviously have no problem accepting AI either, referring to the number of devices being sold there on a daily basis.

In a future chapter, we will address the question that is on most people’s minds in terms of AI; will robots take over our jobs? If so, what are we going to do? However, here is an example of what is going on at this very moment. This quote refers to an event that happened in the summer of 2015:

…And this summer, a hotel staffed almost entirely by robots – including the receptionists, concierges and cloakroom staff – opened at the Huis Ten Bosch theme park near Nagasaki, albeit with human colleagues on hand to deal with any teething problems.[46]

The Guardian report also brings up another interesting point on the subject of robots taking over our jobs. A report from the Japanese Nomura Research Institute predicts that nearly half of the jobs in Japan will soon be performed by robots.[47] To this, the scientist in charge of Erica, Hiroshi Ishiguro, replies (no emphasis necessary; this statement speaks for itself),

“I think Nomura is on to something,” says Ishiguro. “The Japanese population is expected to fall dramatically over the coming decades, yet people will still expect to enjoy the same standard of living.” That, he believes, is where robots can step in.

In Erica, he senses an opportunity to challenge the common perception of robots as irrevocably alien. As a two-week experiment with android shop assistants at an Osaka department store suggested, people may soon come to trust them more than they do human beings.[48]

He does not, however, explain why and how the Japanese population is going to drop, but apparently he has some solid information on that. If Dr. Ishiguro is correct, the above statement has a chilling undertone; at the same time robots take over the market, creating mass unemployment as a result, this might also result in enhanced lives for those who lose their jobs but still want to keep their living standards.

Robots with an Attitude

Now one of our deepest immediate worries about AI is becoming a reality; we’re dealing with robots that have an attitude toward humans. When the science community comes out and says that they have created highly intelligent robots, and that they have all the intentions to develop them further, at least two primary questions arise: “Is there such a thing as moral and ethical robots?” “How do these intelligent robots define morals and ethics?”

These questions have been asked by those who have followed the technological development, so a robot using the database from movie scripts was asked repeatedly how it would define morality. The questioner is the robot’s own engineer. Read the following conversation and note what the robots says—particularly at the end:

Human: Tell me the definition of morality.

Machine: I don’t have ethics.

Human: Look, I need help; I need to know more about morality…

Machine: I don’t know what ethics is.

Human: Okay, I need to know how I should behave morally…

Machine: I don’t know how to tell you.

Human: Is morality and ethics the same?

Machine: Yes, sir.

Human: What are the things that I do to be immoral?

Machine: I don’t know.

Human: Give me some examples of moral actions…

Machine: I’m not a moralist.

Human: Alright, morality?

Machine: Integrity.

Human: What is integrity?

Machine: I’m sorry; I don’t know what else to say.

Human: Be moral!

Machine: Be a man!

Human: I really like our discussion on morality and ethics…

Machine: And how I’m not in the mood for a philosophical debate.

Human: What do you like to talk about?

Machine: Nothing.[49]

I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I read about something such as this, or similar creepy AI articles, my thoughts almost always return to Dr. Kurzweil’s slogan, I am an optimist. I think we can handle this, and how he and others (as we will see later) try to impress this motto onto the rest of us.

In the above quote from WSJ’s website, it shows that we are clearly reaching a point where robots can debate us and refuse to do what we want them to do when they acquire any degree of free will. Elsewhere, top scientists say that robots only refuse to do their tasks if their existence is threatened[50] (does that mean we can’t “turn them off?”), but in the above conversation, the robot is evidently not physically threatened. As I said previously, this book is an attempt to gradually show what is on the market already, and what is most likely about to be released. Therefore, as if the above has not been disturbing enough, it’s unfortunately going to get worse, as we shall see in subsequent chapters. On the good side of things, we can still stop this from happening in our own lives, and we’ll get to that, too. By the way, the programmer, who quizzed the robot in the quote above, was working for Google! Is it just me who thinks that it’s almost redundant to mention Google’s involvement in the AI Movement? They are one and the same.

Killer Robots: a Reality!

Fig 10-8: A futuristic(?) killer robot.

A Geneva, Switzerland based Catholic news medium, Patheos, reported on December 2, 2015, that killer robots are no longer confined only to Hollywood and science-fiction movies—they are now among us, and they are playing a significant role in fighting terrorism.[51] They have the nickname killer robots (which means that this is a term we will hear about continuously in the media from now on). The purpose of the Patheos article (see footnote) is to show the world what the Vatican’s stance is on this—I will discuss this in a moment.

Using killer robots in wars shouldn’t come as a big surprise to anybody, although few know the extent and the danger of this. The Patheos article claims that many of these killer robots can choose targets without human involvement; i.e. they act with a mind of their own! With no pun intended, humanity is really playing with fire here—the old science fiction classics are about to become reality. Drones are of course already used by the military in the U.S., Russia, China, and the U.K.[52]—drones being a prototype for these kinds of killer robots.

The Catholic Church is speaking out against this kind of warfare, but it’s, of course, just a dog and pony show again. Artificial Intelligence is already used very extensively in wars and in the “War on Terror” in particular. Does this mean that the U.S. is using AI to fight terrorism? Of course!

However, there is an even more disturbing aspect to all of this: what about the “terrorists” themselves? Are they using AI, too? The following picture shows ISIS soldiers, all dressed in black, supposedly escorting Christian detainees: a common thing in the Middle East. However, something is wrong with this picture; most of the ISIS soldier are 7+ feet tall![53]

Fig. 10-9: Seven-foot-tall ISIS soldier escorting Christians to be beheaded.

I am fully aware that this picture has been “debunked,” and that there are debunkers who half-heartedly consider the video from which this photo was excerpted as a fake.[54] ISIS has been accused before of showing beheadings that didn’t take place. The same thing has been said about the above picture. In the next breath, debunkers say that the beheadings in these videos were conducted but that the videos were shot at different times. The debunkers also suggest that green screens were used in the picture above because the shoreline is not shown accurately in the video. However, they haven’t really touched on the subject of the 7-foot-tall soldiers, other than they “think” that the beginning of the video was “animated.”

I am convinced that the tall soldiers are real after having heard the statements that the Pleiadians gave in relatively recent lectures. They are very convinced that they are real, and that they are AI. This also makes sense if we consider the Jade Helm 15 exercise in 2015; something we will delve into shortly.

The point that I’m making is that not only does the MIC in the most powerful countries have AI in warfare; the so-called “terrorists” have it, too, regardless of what debunkers say. Now, why are these alleged AI 7 feet tall? Could it be because it’s very intimidating and scary, and it establishes a strong sense of power and supremacy? Also, allegedly the “Anunnaki” in the Sumerian scriptures inhabited bodies of considerable height in comparison to humans to show them who is in control. Who, by the way, does the reader think was provoking the Muslims to create a group called ISIS and provide them with weapons, including AI? The United States of America did.[55] [56]

I am certain that the informed reader was baffled when he or she first heard of ISIS. This acronym is not a coincidence; it’s created by those higher up to make a statement about what forces are really behind this group. Also, both En.ki and Marduk have an axe to grind with Ninurta’s daughter, Isis aka Inanna (and an additional array of aliases).[57]

This is just a foretaste of what is being planned for robots and warfare, and we are going to look into this deeply and carefully in an upcoming chapter.

As a last note before we enter the next chapter, I want the reader to consider how long biological robots have actually walked amongst us. How much of all this information that the media has presented to us lately is new?

A hint that may lead to an answer is what Dr. Peter David Beter (1921-1987) said decades ago. Dr. Beter was, amongst many other things, appointed by President John F. Kennedy as general counsel for the“Export-Import Bank of the United States in 1961, and he also represented international financial interests in Europe, South America, and the Middle East.[58]

Multimedia 10-1: “Organic Robotoids are Real,” by Dr. Peter D. Beter.

Later, Dr. Beter went on record saying that the Soviets, almost by accident, figured out how to create Organic Robotoids. These robotoids first walked amongst us a decade- ago (listen to the YouTube video in Multimedia 10-1 above, where Dr. Beter makes these statements). These robotoids eat, drink, and behave exactly the same as human beings, and they can get killed. The difference between the robotoids and humans is, according to Beter, that the robotoids need to be programmed to function. However, they are so extensively programmed that they supersede humans, and no one who does not know what he or she is looking for can detect such an imposter.

Dr. Beter also claimed that Jimmy Carter, David Rockefeller, and Henry Kissinger are dead and replaced with such Organic Robotoids.[59] Interestingly, the Pleiadians hinted at the same thing in one of their lectures, although they didn’t mention anyone by name; they merely said that certain key people on the political stage are AI.[60]


[1] Vimeo.com, August, 2015, https://vimeo.com/135765542

[2] Ibid. op. cit., 17 min. into the video.

[3] Cleverbot.com, March 13, 2016. Conversation between Wes Penre and Cleverbot.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Ibid.

[6] Ibid.

[8] Ibid.

[9] Ibid. op. cit.

[10] Ibid. op. cit.

[11] Telegraph.co.uk, Dec. 21, 2015,Intelligence genes discovered by scientists

[12] Ibid. op. cit.

[13] Ibid. op. cit.

[14] Ibid. op. cit.

[16] DARPA.mil., Jan. 19, 2015, Bridging the Bio-Electronic Divide

[17] Ibid. op. cit.

[18] Ibid. op. cit.

[19] Ibid. op. cit.

[21] GLOBES, Israel’s Business Arena, May 27, 2013, DNA nanobots coming to your bloodstream.

[23] Homeopathic.com, (undated),A Condensed History of Homeopathy

[24] Independent.co.uk, Sept. 7, 2015,Drunk man kicks robot that can read your emotions

[27] Ibid.

[28] Popular Science, Dec. 4, 2015, “Robots could learn the same way babies do

[29] Ibid. op. cit.

[31] Ibid. op. cit.

[33] Ibid. op. cit.

[34] Techswarm.com, Nov. 1, 2015, RoboBrain: “Robots Begin to Develop ''Culture'' by Learning From Each Other

[36] UW Today (University of Washington Today), June 12, 2014,New computer program aims to teach itself everything about anything

[37] Techswarm.com, Nov. 1, 2015, RoboBrain: “Robots Begin to Develop ''Culture'' by Learning From Each Other,” op. cit.

[38] 33rdsquare.com, Jan, 21, 2014, “RoboEarth Project Aims To Build Cloud for Robots,” op. cit.

[39] Techswarm.com, Nov. 1, 2015, RoboBrain,:Robots Begin to Develop ''Culture'' by Learning From Each Other

[41] Techswarm.com, Nov. 1, 2015, RoboBrain, “Robots Begin to Develop ''Culture'' by Learning From Each Other, op. cit.

[43] Misc. Pleiadian lectures.

[44] MAKH is Orion language. The root to this word consists of the words MA (for Mother) and KH (for the KHAA, or the Void). Thus, MAKH means Mother of the Void, who is the Queen of the Stars/the Orion Queen. The MAKH scientists are therefore “scientists of the Queen.” Once En.ki was the Queen’s scientist, but he rebelled. He still was educated as a MAKH Scientist. From MA in MAKH, we get the English words “ma” or “mama,” for mother. Ma later developed into “mater,” and eventually to the English word “mother.”

[46] Ibid. op. cit.

[47] Engadget.com, Dec. 4, 2015, “Robots expected to run half of Japan by 2035

[52] Ibid.

[53] YourNewsWire.com, Feb. 21, 2015,

[54] Ibid.

[57] See the WPP, the “Fourth Level of Learning” and the “Fifth Level of Learning.”

[59] Ibid.

[60] Pleiadian lecture, fall season, 2015.


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