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


-by Wes Penre, 2016

[http://wespenre.com]
 




 
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Chapter 5:
The Race for Immortality

 

"Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind it doesn't matter—Mark Twain

 

How Science is Going to Save us from Ourselves

Stephen Hawking, the world-famous scientist, has gone public every so often in the last six months to a year to warn us about AI and the Singularity. He has been very outspoken and shared his views on what is unfolding before our eyes.

 
Fig. 5-1: Led by the Astronomer Royal Lord Rees, famous thinkers such as physicist Stephen Hawking (pictured)
and former Government chief scientist Robert May have formed the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
(CSER)
to draw up a doomsday list of risks that could wipe out mankind.

Hawking and a group of colleagues of seventeen of the most brilliant scientists from Cambridge University have formed an organization called Cambridge Center of the Study of Existential Risk (CSER), and its purpose is to recognize threats that can wipe out humanity if they went unnoticed, according to an article in the Daily Mail on September 12, 2013.[1] It is these scientists’ task to put their thinking caps on. Then, with a joint effort, they will, hopefully, come up with ideas to safeguard the human race and solve problems on the horizon on our behalf. The article compares these brilliant minds with “superheroes.”

Many people might think because Dr. Hawking is involved that some of these threats might be asteroid attacks from space, the existence of black holes in Earth’s vicinity, or something else threatening us from space, keeping in mind that Hawking is a cosmologist in most people’s mind.

However, according to CSER, the worst threat is not coming from outer space but from us humans. Hence, the group members are now, by and large, taking their eyes away from the sky and directing them toward us, their fellow human beings, or rather, those who have plans for us.

The manifesto of CSER reads as follows:

Many scientists are concerned that developments in human technology may soon pose new, extinction-level risks to our species as a whole.

Our goal is to steer a small fraction of Cambridge's great intellectual resources and of the reputation built on its past and present scientific pre-eminence, to the task of ensuring that our own species has a long-term future.

In the process, we hope to make it a little more certain that we humans will be around to celebrate the University's own millennium, now less than two centuries hence.[2]

This makes it quite clear that their motto is to save us from ourselves. These scientists are apparently very concerned about what is happening on the technological arena, including, but not restricted to, super computers, AI, and the Singularity. One of the great risks is, according to the same group, “[i]ntelligent technology: A network of computers could develop a mind of its own. Machines could direct resources towards their own goals at the expense of human needs, such as food, and threaten mankind.”[3]

If the media, however, are elevating this group to being superheroes in people’s minds, there is reason to be cautious here. Not everybody is buying it, thinking CSER might be working for the Establishment. Nicholas West, from Activistpost.com, states that Hawking has hinted at being in favor of the following technological development in the past:

Hawking himself has echoed Kurzweil when he states that 'in the future brains could be separated from the body'.

“The cosmologist, 71, said the brain operates in a similar way to a computer program, meaning it could in theory be kept running without a body to power it.”

The worldview of these "superheroes" is at its heart an Orwellian one: humanity must be eliminated in order to save it.[4]

West also, in the same article, lists items related to the Singularity, divided into two columns; one is titled “Heaven” and the other is titled “Hell.” This creates an overview of what is to be potentially gained and lost with nanotechnology taken to its extreme,

HEAVEN:

-       Re-make the planet (geo-engineering)

-       Create new life (and new life forms)

-       Re-engineer humanity (values and essence)

-       Abundance and plenty for all (mastery over energy and material transformation)

-       Super-intelligence (omniscience)

-       Super-longevity (death as a disease to be cured, immortality)

-       Better than well

-       Transcendental experiences

-       “The cosmos wakes up” (a new humanity moves off planet)

HELL:

-       Destroy the planet

-       Plagues and pestilence (arising from genetic engineering)

-       Enfeeble and divide humanity (as new technology divisions arise)

-       Environmental catastrophe

-       Ubiquitous surveillance

-       Super-dictatorship

-       Worse than the Dark Ages

-       Nuclear holocaust (enabled by new weaponry)

-       “Terminator enslavement” (artificial intelligence decides that humanity itself is the risk)[5]

This article was written in 2013—three years ago from this day, but we would now be able to add quite a few new items to both lists. Nonetheless, Mr. West makes his point, and I believe the “HELL” side of the picture is the predominant one. However, it’s going to be the “HEAVEN” side that’s going to be much more intensively promoted in the media as we move closer toward the Singularity.

While we are listing items, the following is, from what I see it, media’s role in the Movement from the beginning of the Singularity exposure until the Singularity is established. It is to

1)      inform the public slowly but surely what is about to happen.

2)     more rapidly expand on the subject, openly discussing the pros and cons.

3)     increasingly begin to emphasize the pros, rather than the cons.

4)    conclude that the pros definitely outweigh the cons and that the threats and concerns involved in Transhumanism have been eliminated and resolved. The Singularity is the futu for mankind, and millions of people think the same (interviewing people on the street and then selecting mostly those who are pro to be included in the reportage).

5)     Announce that the Singularity is almost in place and people across the world are excited over this giant leap for humanity.

The following video gives a short overview of the path the Overlords are planning to take toward the unified goal,

 
Multimedia 5-1: - “The Lead up to the Singularity—Technology Convergence.”

Although the entire idea of merging man and machine was considered just a crazy idea a few decades ago, this Movement now has many followers around the world; both amongst those in powerful positions and the man on the street. The Singularity University[6] was created back in 2009, offering inter-disciplinary courses for both executives and graduate students. Who, then, are the founders of this quite popular university? The reader may already have guessed who one of them is; Dr. Ray Kurzweil. The second founder is a certain Dr. Peter H. Dimandis.[7]

Dr. Dimandis is worth a few extra lines in this book because I assume that very few people have heard of him. He is the Chairman and CEO of the X Prize Foundation,[8] which has as its goal to develop projects for the benefit of mankind (or so it states). One of these “beneficial” projects is to develop private spaceflight. Taking his connection with Dr. Kurzweil into consideration, it doesn’t require a rocket scientist (pun intended) to understand that Dr. Dimandis is part of a project to take cyborgs into space. Even more interesting, however, is that it states in his biography that he also co-founded the following corporations, Zero Gravity Corporation, the Rocket Racing League and Space Adventures. In these times, when many UFO researchers are advocating for the Government and the MIC to disclose their zero-point energy technology, Minion insiders, such as Dr. Dimandis is, as a spider in the web, in charge of the prominent Zero Gravity Corporation![9] Such a “disclosure” of being in possession of zero-gravity technology is most likely to happen when the Movement is ready for it, and when they are, it will not benefit mankind (as usual). Instead, it will benefit Human 2.0, i.e. Posthuman, in space travel! Is this what the “disclosure projects” in the UFO movement are advocating for behind the scenes? Certain dynamic spokespersons for such disclosure projects in the UFO community are certainly highly educated, intelligent people, so why have they not (to my knowledge) mentioned organizations such as Zero Gravity Corporation and revealed who’s behind it and what their agenda is?


Fig. 5-2: Dr. Ray Kurzweil (left) and Dr. Peter H. Dimandis (right), Founders of the Singularity University.
In the background we see what seems to be happy and dedicated students.

It makes you wonder if those in the forefront of working for disclosure know this and are on the CIA/NSA/MIC payroll. I have no proof that this is the case, but some things these front people say (and what they don’t say) makes me suspicious; such as presenting childish ideas that all ETs are benevolent and should be embraced, and bad ETs don’t exist in Earth’s vicinity anymore. The way they rationalize this is that if there were malevolent ETs here, they would already have invaded us and probably wiped us out long ago. This comes from MDs, PhDs, and people who have worked with the Secret Space Program[10] for decades. Such statements are quite frustrating because I am sure most of them have studied ancient texts and mythology, so they should know better. One would think that they would at least consider the possibility that we have been invaded already, and that the negative ETs are the ones controlling our reality.

I pointed this out to a prominent spokesperson for the Disclosure Movement, and to my surprise (at the time), I was met with anger and ridicule, and without even having had the chance to expand on the subject, I was accused of spreading disinformation to the public, and therefore, I was misleading humankind. This was just from having mentioned ETs who might not have our best interests in mind. The response I received made me begin to wonder who is pulling the strings on the Disclosure Movement.

It’s also quite revealing to see who are sponsoring the Singularity University as they are all international corporations, such as Google, Nokia, Cisco, and Deloitte. [11]

What is important to understand is that the Government and the MIC will not reveal the real, full truth about the ancient extraterrestrial presence in our solar system any time soon, and when the time comes to declassify the zero-point energy technology, it’s not because they do it in humanity’s best interest, as some want us to believe, but in the interest of those who are in charge of this immense control system. Moreover, the entire scheme is too sensitive and too big to be revealed—particularly by the criminals themselves, who have everything to lose and very little to gain. As Cathy O’Brien, a former government mind-controlled sex-slave, wrote in her book, Trance-formation, and I paraphrase,

If people knew what we have done, they would run us down the street and lynch us! —George H.W. Bush.

This does not sound promising if we’re waiting for a true disclosure. After all, George Herbert Walker Bush is a big spider in the web of deceit.

Google and Longevity

Google is a search engine, isn’t it? It’s actually the great wonder of search engines, compared with earlier versions when the Internet was younger. For those who didn’t know, Google is not just a search engine that “spiders” the web (read, spins the net), working hard to give us what we want, so we can find what we need on the Internet. Google is in fact a mighty sensor of information, a spy organization, and it is supporting the Movement; AI and life extension in particular.

We have discussed earlier that when mankind becomes cyborgs, they will be more or less immortal, but the term cyborg indicates that they will be both biological and artificial. The Controller will have no problem with keeping the artificial part “alive,” but what about the biological part?
 


Fig. 5-3: Google under the loupe.

This is, as usual, where nanobots come into the picture, being a crucial part of the immortality process, just as in most parts of the Singularity Movement. Once these nanoparticles have taken over the bloodstream and the immune system, there is really not much left of the body that’s human. The bloodstream—the endocrine system—is a very important part of the soul/mind of the human experience, and we sometimes notice that after blood transfusions, the person who receives blood from someone else might slightly change their personality afterward because blood has memories contained in the DNA of its previous owner. These memories will then be transferred to the person who receives blood after an accident, etc. In a similar way, nanobots and the SBC can easily change or erase our personalities.

California Life Company (Calco) and Alphabet (is this a play on Alphabet Agencies, such as CIA and NSA?) are two companies that are funded by Google; both companies are doing life extension research, according to an article on the scientific recode.net website.[12] None of these Google-funded companies are trying to solve the immortality issue, but they are working on preventing diseases that usually affect the elderly. They are basically working on producing a pill that can extend life. Home Health and Hospice, for example, will be obsolete in the future, if the Movement succeeds with their plans.

Wherever there is a demand, there is research, assuming there is money to be made. Also, where they can save on resources (workers), they will, if it’s cost effective.

What can be done by robots, will be done by robots! 

In fact, at the University of Illinois, scientists are developing drones that can do the job better than humans, according to the New York Times.[13] This scientific group of scientists has received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation in order to work with the idea to develop small drones that can do small household chores, such as getting medicines from another room to give to a patient or a sick person at home. In the big scheme of things, this may sound as a simple and rather insignificant task to spend millions of dollars on developing, but we must remember that this is just a step on the way, and it’s all just a dog-and-pony-show anyway. The Controllers need to show the public that progress is being made incrementally; they can’t just dump it all on us at once. The step-by-step disclosure requires funding, and these funders of phony projects are the taxpayers, and ultimately, the funding comes from the Black Budget. Again, this technology is decades old, and no such development is necessary, but the Controllers also love to funnel money into different projects to make it look more legal and convincing.

The purpose is, of course, to introduce a totally robotic healthcare system where nurses and doctors become obsolete; at least in the most common everyday tasks. The robots will already be programmed with all the knowledge a doctor needs, and it will know how to use it on patients. Readers might think this can’t be obtained in hundreds of years—if ever, but this new system is more or less ready to be put in place, as we shall see in a later chapter. But until we get to that part, let’s discuss this agenda in the order that it’s apparently planned to be released.

Imagine a sick elderly person, who is homebound; either living by himself or herself or together with an elderly spouse, who is too worn down to be able to assist with their partners needs on a daily basis. This is normally where Home Health comes into the picture. Today, we live in a very stressful society where every minute counts, and only those who are able to keep up with the pace will survive on the job market in the long run. A Home Health visit should take a minimal amount of time, or the Home Health nurse will get in trouble with his or her manager. The nurse has a certain number of visits scheduled for one day, and he or she needs to get them done, and in addition, he or she needs to chart - onall of the patients before the workday is over. This is nearly impossible if the nurse is also supposed to provide good patient care (although this is required as well), so shortcuts are being taken. The shortcuts are either in patient care or on the charting. However, any of these two shortcuts can severely jeopardize patient care, but staffing is so minimal that the single nurse believes that there is no choice.


Fig. 5-4: Dr. Naira Hovakimyan of the University of Illinois with a small drone that may eventually be able to carry out
household tasks, like retrieving a bottle of medicine, for older adults.
 Credit: Daniel Acker for the New York Times.

In the very near future, there will be a solution to this, but the solution will not aid the nurse; on the contrary, he or she will no longer be needed. Drones and robots can do the job better; at least this is how the Controllers and their appointed scientists are thinking. A robot does not forget what it’s doing during the day, and charting will be obsolete because everything that happens on a robot’s workday will be registered immediately, from second to second, and stored in the robot’s memory bank. This memory bank will then be stored in a cloud, similar to the cloud we are using today, where we store files and back up our computers, and thus, what is stored in the cloud become part of the patient’s health records (more about these “clouds” later).

Potentially, the robot can take more time with the patient and perform any task necessary. However, there are two major immediate problems with this, and these problems are, 1) there will no longer be any employment for Home Health nurses, and 2) human touch and interaction go out the window. The patient now has to speak to something he or she knows is not human and has no soul; it’s only sterile hardware and software, programmed with artificial intelligence. Although the human nurse may have been stressed, just having a human being there can bring some comfort to the patient. This has not been calculated into the equation when developing this new kind of “aid.” And why should it? Both the Controllers and the scientists know that the future will be robotic and artificial.

The New York Times writes,

Dr. Hovakimyan [University of Illinois] acknowledged that the idea might seem off-putting to many, but she believes that drones not only will be safe, but will become an everyday fixture in elder care within a decade or two.

“I’m convinced that within 20 years drones will be today’s cellphones,” she said.

Her research is just one example of many approaches being studied to use technology to help aging people.

Even though fully functioning robot caregivers may be a long way off, roboticists and physicians predict that a new wave of advances in computerized, robotic and Internet-connected technologies will be available in coming years to help older adults stay at home longer.[14]

Keep in mind that all this technology that we are swamped with on a daily basis has an important objective in mind—immortality. This is an imperative part of the Singularity. Each small development is a step in that direction; regardless if it’s obvious or not.

If we think of the original human body, which was One with our soul and mind, and if the nervous system can be seen as a tree—the Tree of Life—the Overlords now want to give us back some of what they took from us—eternal life—but not in the same way we were originally experiencing Infinity and Eternity. Instead of ending the illusion of separation and give us our spiritual unity back (spirit/mind/spiritual body), they give us an immortal physical body! Gone is the freedom factor, which is replaced with nanobots that are controlling our endocrine system and our nervous system. Eternal life, which was once a gift from the Queen of the Stars, now becomes the ultimate trap and the ultimate control factor.

Some inventions, such as the drones in elderly care, may seem as a benevolent and caring initiative, and it’s true that to some degree people can be helped by these technologies for now, but this is also part of the plan. They want people to believe that the technology, developed and released now, is for the good of humanity. The same thing is true for transplants of body parts to people who really need them and are forever grateful that it could be done. This is then blown up in the media, and the average person feels very happy for the injured or sick, who could be helped back to a more functioning life this way. Also, somewhere in the back of people’s heads they feel a little safer because on a more selfish note they think that if they may come in a similar situation, there is hope for them.

As I’ve repeated over and over, virtually all research is tested in the military first, before it’s released to the general public; the soldiers are the guinea pigs. Typical examples of this are soldiers coming home from war, wounded and often with missing limbs. Artificial limbs, at first genuinely meant for soldiers, are then successfully transplanted, and it’s all over the media. This is a perfect introduction to AI and the transformation of mankind into cyborgs.

On January 18, 2016, The Irish Times wrote,

…while the replacement body seems much closer to science fiction than science, recent advances in robotics and prosthetics have not only given us artificial arms that can detect pressure and temperature but limbs that can be controlled by thoughts using a brain-computer interface.[15] 

Nell Watson is a futurist at the Silicon Valley based Singularity University (SU), the institute we discussed earlier, cofounded by Ray Kurzweil. One of Watson’s jobs is apparently to introduce the idea of a new virtual-reality-type-of-life. She says,

I often wonder if, since we could be digitized from the inside out – not in the next 10 years but sometime in this century – we could create a kind of digital heaven or playground where our minds will be uploaded and we could live with our friends and family away from the perils of the physical world.

“It wouldn’t really matter if our bodies suddenly stopped functioning, it wouldn’t be the end of the world. What really matters is that we could still live on.”[16]

It’s all in the making, but it’s more around the corner than they are willing to admit in public, albeit Dr. Kurzweil doesn’t exactly hold back.

Just to give some extra meat to what I have explained so far about nanobots, Dr. Watson promotes them in the following manner:

“There are experiments using DNA origami. It’s a new technique that came out a few years ago and uses the natural folding abilities of DNA to create little Lego blocks out of DNA on a tiny, tiny scale. You can create logic gates – the basic components of computers – out of these things.

“These are being used experimentally today to create nanobots that can go inside the bloodstream and destroy leukaemia cells, and in trials they have already cured two people of leukaemia. It is not science fiction: it is fact.”[17]

Thus, Dr. Watson acknowledges that nanobots, and what they can do with them, is not some hypothetical science fiction, but is something that is already happening. It means that the nanobots we are breathing in from chemtrails and get into our system via different medicines and vaccines can be used remotely and basically do anything that is programmed into them. Dr. Kurzweil wants us to debate his ideas, bringing up both the benefits and the dangers, so there we go—the obvious danger with nanobots.

Dr. Watson further muses that nanobots will be able to communicate with each other in our personal cyborg bodies and between bodies as well.

Then, connected in a spider web fashion to a super brain computer, we will all be connected with each other. This will lead to a world without privacy, which The Irish Times also points out. Following this, people would most likely dedicate themselves to self-censoring instead of leading meaningful lives:

Dr. Fiachra O’Brolcháin, a Marie Curie/Assisted Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethics, Dublin City University, whose research involves the ethics of technology, is very critical to the current technological development towards Transhumanism.

“This is one of the great ironies of the current wave of technologies – they are born of individualistic societies and are often defended in the name of individual rights but might create a society that can no longer protect individual autonomy,” he warns.[18]

AI and morality is something that is discussed to some degree in mainstream media at this point, but what is morality? Who will define it? Obviously, the morality of the Administrators and the average person on the street are light-years apart. Who is going to establish what kind of morality the New World Order should use as guidelines? I dare say with absolutely certainty that it won’t be you and me.

Artificial Consciousness

On October 27, 2015, THE Telegraph.co.uk ran an article called, Family members could be kept alive forever using social media history—dead family members could be brought back to life using their history on social media to power virtual avatars.[19]

Simon McKeown is a Reader in Animation and Post Production at Teeside University. One of his projects is to “reawaken” our dead relatives in the future, by creating “synthetic digital life” with something called photogrammetry. Using this technique, scientist will be able to create an “accurate reconstruct of a virtual 3D shape of a human being from existing photographs and video. Computer voice synthesis, will take account local and regional accents to deliver a more accurate representation of what they sounded like.”[20] People would then be able to construct a reality where they never had to say goodbye to those they love. McKeown continues,

“Using emotion-sensitive human-computer interaction our artificially intelligent participants continue to acquire ongoing knowledge long after their death - they evolve digitally and do not die.”[21]

As soon as this technique is implemented, the real human consciousness will more and more be replaced with artificial consciousness. As we can see, there are many slightly different outlooks into the future by those who have the technological means to solidify their visions, but all of them have one thing in common; they want to replace Homo sapiens sapiens as the center of creation and evolution. To the uninformed, the information McKeown just gave us is meant to trigger hope in the readers, wishfully making them think that they can live with their loved ones forever in a digital but very-real appearing synthetic version of “reality;” this being the next best thing to having the original person there in the first place. Also, it gets people used to the idea that once the SBC is in place, nothing that was once programmed into its memory bank will ever be erased. Everything a person ever thought and learned will be stored—including their entire personality. Thus, it is therefore a given that even if an accident happened to a cyborg—an accident bad enough to destroy it (forcing the soul, mind, and spirit body finally to leave the cyborg trap)—that person’s mind is still cloned into the SBC, is forever activated, and can be enlivened. We also need to keep in mind here that the Overlords want us to merge our minds in virtual realities that the collective mind of Posthuman is creating continuously (and I would add, with not-so-little-help from the Overlords and the Emissaries).

As strange as it may seem to some readers, I am convinced that the average scientist who works on bringing about the Singularity has humankind’s best interests in mind. However, those higher up the ladder certainly don’t, and these shady people know much more than we do about consciousness and metaphysics, and they can successfully use it against us.

How the Super-Rich Want to Buy Immortality

From what I have observed, children of super-rich families develop in three different stages. The first stage is that of excitement and a willingness to buy the whole world. The person buys ultra-expensive cars, houses, vacation homes, palaces, yachts, and perhaps ships. Moreover, he or she will probably travel around the world, make friends with the super-rich in other parts of the world, and enjoy himself or herself by arranging parties, going to other rich people’s parties, experiencing as much sex as he or she can handle, and take “party drugs,” such as cocaine and heroin.

As time goes by, all this life in abundance and luxury either gets the best of the person, and the body begins to decline, or he or she gets bored with life after having exhausted all of the options that used to make life exciting. What is there left to do when the party life and luxury do not appeal as much as they used to? Of course, buying an odd commodity that only this person would have in his or her possession, thus making it possible to brag in front of the rest of the bored jet set, is one thing such a person could do. Then, hopefully, his or her rich friends would get impressed and make this person, with this strange commodity, the big subject in discussions. The bored jet setter’s Big Ego would be pleased again—for a while.

When this gets old, too, the person in question would probably begin to think about aging and dying. Normally, he or she does not want to die, and it doesn’t matter so much whether he or she believes in an afterlife, including reincarnation. Regardless of how bored the person might be, he or she does not want to lose their life of luxury. What if this person reincarnates into a middle-class family next time (God forbid!)—or perhaps life ends completely at the very moment of death? Horrible thoughts! Hence, when a way of obtaining immortality becomes available, the person jumps on it.

For those who want to read more about this, the London-based newspaper, The Evening Standard, recently ran an article about how London’s super-rich will potentially reach serious life extension with quite a lot of help from cutting edge scientists.[22]

At the end of the DNA are caps, called telomeres. Dr. Mark Bonar, a cellular ageing specialist, compares the telomeres to the plastic at the end of shoestrings; they prevent the end from fraying. In fact, the longer the telomeres, the longer the lifespan of a person will potentially be.[23] A product called TA-65 has now been patented[24] and has been around in the U.S. since 2011. TA-65 allegedly has the ability to rebuild the telomeres and make them longer, pausing the ageing process. When tested on fruit flies (an insect commonly used in genetic experimentation—fruit flies and humans apparently have something in common), it doubled the lifespan of the insect, and when tested on mice for cancer, the cancer rate fell by approximately 30 percent.[25] TA-65 is not an operational procedure; it is being prescribed in capsules or as a cream.   


Fig. 5-5: Dr. Mark Bonar, “cellular ageing specialist.”

Moreover, Dr. Bonar says that other factors of the human body could also be considered for improvement. An array of blood tests are being performed, and wherever improvements in prolonging life seem to be necessary, this area, or these areas, of the body are addressed. Also, nutrition is taken into consideration to create a balance, and when needed, growth hormones are used. An annual plan costs from £10,000 ($14,500) and up. Upon that, there are most likely additional costs, depending on what needs to be done; this is perhaps too expensive for the average Joe—at least thus far. For the super-rich, however, it’s spare change and cheap. At the time when The Evening Standard article hit the press, Dr. Bonar was treating a foreign royal family. They told him, “I am running my empire—your job is to keep me healthy.” Is there any wonder that David Rockefeller is 101 years old, George HW Bush is 91, Henry Kissinger is 92, Queen Elizabeth is 90 and counting, and they are still actively running empires or staying involved in the world of politics — including travelling and attending meetings? Assuming some of these dinosaurs are humans and not AI or clones, they may have had a visit or two from scientists such as Dr. Bonar.

Dr. Bonar may not be the only person using these kinds of life extending techniques, but he is not without controversy either. On December 10, 2015, the British news media, the Mirror.co.uk, posted an article on Dr. Bonar, which revealed that he was accused of having mistreated a 46-year old woman with cervical cancer, not telling her she was terminally ill. As a result, the woman died, and Dr. Bonar was, when the Mirror.co.uk ran the article, in hearings about the case.[26] He denies all misconduct. Morals and ethics are difficult, if not impossible, to find in this field of practice, as well as in many other Administrators-based practices.

How Far are we from Immortality?

Thus far, we have more or less concentrated on how scientists are experimenting with life extension of the biological body, but what about the future artificial part of Posthuman; the part that makes a cyborg? Even robots break down and need to be repaired. How is this going to be done? Will other cyborgs repair a damaged artificial body part?

It seems logical that a cyborg will go to their “doctor” and gets his or her body part repaired, but that is not what the AIF and their Administrators have in mind for us, and we can now see clear, and quite disturbing, evidence of this already.

In an article published on Sputniknews.com on May 28, 2015, we are given a “preview” in the article-embedded video, of what’s to come.


Multimedia 5-2: The Intelligent Trial and Error Algorithm introduced in the paper
 'Robots that can adapt like animals' (Nature, 2015)—the video shows two
different robots that can adapt to a wide variety of injuries in less than two minutes.

The scientific community demonstrates how robots can already repair themselves without outside assistance.[27] In this experiment, a six-legged robot is quickly resuming its functions even after being severely damageed. It only took the robot less than two minutes to “self-heal” after having two of its legs broken, and it could soon resume full walking capabilities. A robot arm could also place an object where it was supposed to be located even with several broken motors or “joints.” Behind this development is a French team, led by two roboticists from the Pierre and Marie Curie University.

The Sputniknews.com article states,

"One thing we were surprised by was the extent of damage to which the robots could quickly adapt," study co-author Jean-Baptiste Mouret told Live Science. "We subjected these robots to all sorts of abuse, and they always found a way to keep working."[28]

We don’t need to have a lively imagination to realize that this, when further developed, will be of major importance after the Singularity. Not only will robots incrementally, within a short time period, take over the majority of the job market, but they will also become almost invincible. We are not far from the point (as we will see later in this book) when machines are merged with artificial consciousness, which is of course also the definition of “Artificial Intelligence.” If such a conscious robot, in a work situation, would run amok, there is little the few remaining workers can do, except run for their lives. When mentioning this, there are those who will laugh it off and say that robots will not run amok—they are not programmed to do that—and the idea is just something taken from science-fiction literature. However, the threat is quite real, another thing we will examine in a later chapter.

Self-repairing robots open up powerful potentials in many different fields. Such robots can go where humans can’t, e.g. out into space and deep down into the oceans of Earth. Thus far (as far as the public is aware, at least), none of this has been largely done because a human has to go with the robot in order to repair and maintain it. In the near future, this will no longer be necessary. Don’t get fooled by what seems to be “primitive” robots in videos such as the one above. These are old prototypes, used to prepare us for the future; robots that very much resemble human beings are just waiting for the time when people have been prepared for them. In fact, they have already introduced us to some of them, as I will show you later.

Sputniknews.com also states,

Rather than relying on pre-specified contingency plans, the robots are programmed to store knowledge from previous experiences and create a map based on these behavior-performance histories. When damaged, they access that knowledge and adapt accordingly.[29]

In other words, the robot learns from its mistakes and handles it accordingly, and then stores the procedure in its memory bank. I believe the reader can see where all this is going. We humans sometimes say that it’s okay to make a mistake once, but if we make it twice we’d better start paying attention. A third mistake of the same kind is considered sloppy or even stupid. This does not apply to future robots; they only make a mistake once.

Funding Immortality

Funding for these projects is not difficult to get; multi-billionaires are happily spending millions of dollars to support technology that can expand their lives for eternity. Few seem to care whether it’s a life as a cyborg or not. After all, these super-rich people expect to remain at the top of the pyramid anyway. Bill Maris, for example, who is the President and managing partner of Google Ventures, spent, or was planning to spend, $425 million on the project in 2015, according to Bloomberg.com.[30]

This may seem as a considerable amount, but is still a drop in the ocean; there are investors who are willing to spend much more. Nevertheless, it won’t be enough in the long term; no private companies will be able to fund it all. Therefore, it was allegedly decided that the United Nations should be the credible world organization to introduce Transhumanism and the Singularity on a global scale.[31] The expanded plan includes for the free market to make new technology irresistible to the masses, and then allow government subsidies to bring down the costs substantially in order to enable distribution of these same technologies.[32]

The Administrators have already implanted into the New Age community the concept that we are all One, and albeit, we are separated now, the idea is that we need to move toward Oneness. The Law of One—the RA Material we discussed earlier—has also contributed to spreading the message of Oneness, by telling us that evolving into a social memory complex, where we all are “connected” and share each other’s thoughts, is a natural evolutional process; without it, we can’t evolve past “6th Density,” according to Ra. After the 7th Density we are all going to merge into Oneness, according to this same channeled material.

This is far from the Oneness humankind should strive for, in my opinion. Our goal should be to regain the power of our original bodies from 250,000 years ago and further back and not buy into the propaganda anymore that spirit and mind are something that is separate from the body. We must stop participating in Lucifer’s Agenda! In fact, the New Age movement, with its slogan, We Are All One, suggests that we should go back and remerge with Source. In New Age nomenclature, “going back to Source” means that we all should work toward ceasing to be individuals and merge into One Being, i.e. Source or All That Is (God). It makes little sense that this is the Oneness we should concentrate on—after all, why would we “merge with Source” if “Source” created us to become individuals? We are here, in this Universe, to live and to explore it as separate smaller units of the Goddess and not to remerge with Her (the Divine Feminine). Therefore, the so-called New Age Movement has assisted the AI Movement in that they have helped them promote Oneness in a way that better assists Transhumanism as opposed to the real Oneness, which is the realization that spirit/mind/body is “One” as in “Oneness.”

Transhumanism is also promoting Oneness, where all people are equal and share the same database (the SBC). However, in reality, the Singularity is not Oneness at all; it’s Separation to the extreme, where all of mankind will be separated from the Multiverse—much more so than we are now. The SBC assists humanity in creating a new virtual reality within the physical universe; a virtual reality distinct from the real Multiverse, or the KHAA, where there are no limits to what we can potentially create. Transhumanism is what the Ra Material seems to be promoting rather than freedom for mankind. They themselves, who claim to be us in the future, are seemingly nothing more and nothing less than a sophisticated AI program. I know this will not sit well with Ra Material enthusiasts, but sometimes we must reevaluate our beliefs in order to move forward.

The Singularity from a “Bio-Human” Perspective

The Scientist  wrote on July, 2015, how science is in the process of creating the Super Brain Computer, and that they have already tried the principle on monkeys and rats successfully.[33] They call the SBC the Brainet, which is quite an appropriate term. I bring this article to your attention because it demonstrates how the Controllers are envisioning the SBC and the future version of humanity.


Fig. 5-6: Connected! (Source)
 

Monkeys are (supposedly) less intelligent than humans and less cognitive and skilled in problem solving, except in their own environment, where they can problem solve in relation to their day-to-day issues. When they put one monkey to solve a human problem, it was, as expected, quite unsuccessful.

The Scientist writes (my emphases),

Two heads are better than one, and three monkey brains can control an avatar better than any single monkey. For the first time, a team has networked the brains of multiple animals to form a living computer that can perform tasks and solve problems.

[…]

Miguel Nicolelis at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and his colleagues wanted to extend the idea by incorporating multiple brains at once. The team connected the brains of three monkeys to a computer that controlled an animated screen image representing a robotic arm, placing electrodes into brain areas involved in movement.

By synchronizing their thoughts, the monkeys were able to move the arm to reach a target – at which point the team rewarded them with [sic] juice.

[…]

Then the team made things trickier: each monkey could only control the arm in one dimension, for example. But the monkeys still managed to make the arm reach the target by working together. “They synchronize their brains and they achieve the task by creating a superbrain – a structure that is the combination of three brains,” says Nicolelis. He calls the structure a “brainet”.[34]

Then they made another experiment on rats,

These monkeys were connected only to a computer, not one another, but in a second set of experiments, the team connected the brains of four rats to a computer and to each other. Each rat had two sets of electrodes implanted in regions of the brain involved in movement control – one to stimulate the brain and another to record its activity.

The team sent electrical pulses to all four rats and rewarded them when they synchronized their brain activity. After 10 training sessions, the rats were able to do this 61 per cent of the time. This synchronous brain activity can be put to work as a computer to perform tasks like information storage and pattern recognition, says Nicolelis. “We send a message to the brains, the brains incorporate that message, and we can retrieve the message later,” he says.

This is the way parallel processing works in computing, says Rahwan. “In order to synchronize, the brains are responding to each other,” he says. “So you end up with an input, some kind of computation, and an output – what a computer does.” Dividing the computing of a task between multiple brains is similar to sharing computations between multiple processors in modern computers, he says.[35]

After these successful experiments, Andrea Stocco at the University of Washington, in Seattle, muses on the future of humanity in the following way,

Things could get even more interesting once we are able to connect human brains. This will probably only be possible when better non-invasive methods for monitoring and stimulating the brain have been developed.

“Once brains are connected, applications become just a matter of what different animals can do,” says Stocco. All anyone can probably ask of a monkey is to control movement, but we can expect much more from human minds, he says.

A device that allows information transfer between brains could, in theory, allow us to do away with language – which plays the role of a “cumbersome and difficult-to-manage symbolic code”, Stocco says.

“I could send thoughts from my brain to your brain in a way not represented by sounds or words,” says Andrew Jackson at Newcastle University, UK. “You could envisage a world where if I wanted to say ‘let’s go to the pub’, I could send that thought to your brain,” he says. “Although I don’t know if anyone would want that. I would rather link my brain to Wikipedia.”

The ability to share abstract thoughts could enable us to solve more complex problems. “Sometimes it’s really hard to collaborate if you are a mathematician and you’re thinking about very complex and abstract objects,” says Stocco. “If you could collaboratively solve common problems [using a brainet], it would be a way to leverage the skills of different individuals for a common goal.”[36]

…and with these last statements we have come full circle. The use of the word if in the quote could be exchanged with when, but otherwise it describes the agenda of the AIF and their Administrators quite well.

The following quote is telling us how it is promoted; once again, we’re looking at the same article, with a continuing statement from Andrea Stocco:

This might be a way to perform future surgery, says Stocco. At present, when a team of surgeons is at work, only one will tend to have control of the scalpel at any moment. Imagine if each member of the team could focus on a particular aspect of the operation and coordinate their brain power to collectively control the procedure. “We are really far away from that scenario, but Nicolelis’s work opens up all those possibilities for the first time, which is exciting,” he says.

But there is a chance that such scenarios won’t improve on current performance, Stocco says. Jason Ritt of Boston University agrees. “In principle we could communicate information much faster [with a brainet] than with vision and language, but there’s a really high bar,” he says. “Our ability to communicate with technology is still nowhere near our ability to communicate with speech.”

The ability to share our thoughts and brain power could also leave us vulnerable to new invasions of privacy, warns Rahwan. “Once you create a complex entity [such as the brainet], you have to ensure that individual autonomy is protected,” he says. It might be possible, for example, for one brain to manipulate others in a network.

There’s also a chance that private thoughts might slip through along with ones to be shared, such as your intentions after drinking with someone you invited to the pub, says Nicholas Hatsopoulos at the University of Chicago in Illinois. “It might be a little scary,” he says. “There are lots of thoughts that we have that we wouldn’t want to share with others.”

In the meantime, Nicolelis, who also develops exoskeletons that help people with spinal cord injuries regain movement, hopes to develop the technology trialed in monkeys for paraplegic people. He hopes that a more experienced user of a prosthetic limb or wheelchair, for example, might be able to collaborate with a less experienced user to directly train them to control it for themselves.[37]

Mr. Stocco’s musings above are textbook examples. To the reader, who is following the exposé in this book, the positive presentation of the technological transmutation of man is obviously propaganda, but I want the reader to keep in mind that to the general public the propaganda starts to make sense. If a person is not enlightened on the subject, it’s almost a given that he or she will fall for it; only because of all the benefits presented, there may be one or two things that appeal to a certain person, and these things are so important to that person that he or she is willing to let the rest of it come with the package.

Preparations for Sending Posthumans into Space

Let us now look at this from a cosmic perspective. I have only lightly touched on that subject before in this book, and I will go into much more details about it later.  However, let us see how the Movement looks at the cosmic perspective or the AI Movement, presented by people who are not regarded as AI gurus, contrary to Dr. Ray Kurzweil.

First, let us touch on a subject that is being discussed by, amongst others, Marc Andreessen, who is sitting on the Board of Directors of Facebook. His ideas and “predictions” make sense because it’s a logical consequence of the progression of science in this field of discussion. Andreessen has also made a $25-million-dollar donation toward the cause of Transhumanism; funds that came from his own company, Samsara, being the first generation of Internet of Things, abbreviated “IoT.”

"This second wave of companies, they don’t want to just do the "internet of things"," Andreessen said. "They are showing up three years later, saying ok I know exactly how this is going to get used. It’s for real businesses in industrial environments."

Gartner backs this claim - it predicts that businesses alone will double spending on internet of things units by 2020, going from $767 billion to more than $1.4 trillion.[38]

The Telegraph article continues,

His core thesis is that over the next 20 years every physical item will have a chip implanted in it. "The end state is fairly obvious - every light, every doorknob will be connected to the internet. Just like with the web itself, there will be thousands of [sic] use cases - energy efficiency, food safety, major problems that aren't as obvious as smartwatches and wearables," he says.

A report from Accenture this year estimated that this new Industrial Internet of Things -- which has also been called the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0 -- could boost the British economy alone by $531bn (£352bn) by 2030.[39]


Marc Andreessen, IoT. 

Obviously, Andreessen and Google, in general, are playing a significant role in making the Singularity come true.

Let’s go from the Singularity at home to the Singularity in space. We know by now that our solar system is not unique; there are other solar systems out there with their own exoplanets. Some of them have been found orbiting stars that are very similar to our Sun, and they orbit about the same distance as the Earth around the Sun, and some of them seem to be of a similar size.


Fig. 5-7:
An artist’s interpretation of Kepler-186f, a potentially Earth-like exoplanet.
[Source:
NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-CalTech]

This has excited astronomers and astrophysics since these exoplanets were discovered, and NASA and others are allegedly figuring out how we would be able to get there.

Apparently, they are looking for other alternatives than to only let cyborgs space travel. One alternative is, according to hardcore scientists, to send human genomes into some hardy bacteria and direct them toward a targeted planet in another solar system; to a planet that would potentially be Earth-like.[40] Then, humans assemble from these genomes and can colonize such a planet. The idea is to send out the genomes to several different star systems simultaneously.

This idea is nothing new; it’s been discussed by scientists for many decades, as I mentioned in the Wes Penre Papers (WPP), and it’s called Panspermia. However, the next phase in sending human genomes through space that can be considered new (from a human perspective) is so-called 3-D Printing! A new technology will soon be available, where we can print humans in 3-D. This may sound like bad science fiction, but it’s very real and very possible.


Multimedia 5-3: 3-D Printing (click on the above picture)

At Motherboard.vice.com, Harvard biologist Gary Ruvkun suggests, “What if, instead of rocketing humans to other planets, we made an exact copy on site?”[41] Here we have En.ki’s technology all over again.

Adam Steltzner is the lead engineer on the NASA JPL's Curiosity rover mission, and he adds,

"Our best bet for space exploration could be printing humans, organically, on another planet," said Steltzner on stage at the Smithsonian Magazine’s Future Is Now conference in Washington, DC this month [date?].[42]

The entire idea with colonizing other planets, say leading scientists, is to guarantee the future of the human race. If something goes wrong here on Earth, we will still exist somewhere else. This is ironic if we keep in mind that humanity is soon going to be extinct as a biological entity. So we may ask ourselves, is their plan being set in motion in order to preserve this last stage of Human 1.0? This could be, but it’s not very likely; Transhumanists believe that the new human cyborg is the next natural step in our evolution—an evolution controlled by a technology that they think is inevitable. Posthuman’s exploitation of space will be done by cyborgs, run by an AI computer system. Thus, Posthumans will become a virus in the Universe

To elaborate on the 3-D printing idea, it’s already in the works; scientists recently discovered that they can send microbes from Earth to Mars and they survive. Therefore, why don’t we send some genetic code next time?

From there, it may seem as a big stretch to claim that we could send DNA to some planet light-years away, but Steltzner says, “Maybe that process has happened before...” “Maybe that's how we got here.” The scientists are obviously selling us on the idea of Panspermia—that life here on Earth was seeded by ETs somewhere else in space and time—perhaps having their own DNA attached to an asteroid or a comet, which they then sent to Earth. After having crash-landed here, the DNA from this celestial body started the process of “evolution” here.

It’s true that some asteroids that crashed on this planet were sent here by ETs, and those asteroids contained DNA of some species a particular ET race wants to seed the planet with. Contrary to Charles Darwin’s flawed theories, life does not begin all by itself and evolve from one thing into another, e.g. a trilobite does not become a land living creature after millions of years; a trilobite is a trilobite and that’s all there is to it. All species on this planet were seeded, and are being seeded, from elsewhere, and new species are continuously being added to the Living Library from outside Earth.

This is true even today, when scientists find new fauna and new flora that seem to appear from nowhere. What is not understood is that not only is this newfound fauna or flora new to Earth, but the DNA was sent here on one or more asteroids in some distant past, and with time, this new fauna/flora could develop into its current, intended shape and form.

I need to clarify that although we have just discussed the fact that there is truth in the Panspermia hypothesis, there is more to the picture. As discussed earlier in this book, as well as in the WPP, Planet Earth is an Experiment that was instigated by the Orions and the Vegans billions of years ago. It was a multidimensional, spiritual project, and everything that was living here before the AIF came was multidimensional and part of the KHAA. Earth was not locked into the Third Dimension, but was interdimensional (and still is). Queen Nin did not seed life on Earth from asteroids; She created life with thought-imagination-intention, a flow of creation we have discussed earlier. She then manifested Her reality for others to experience, and She filled the Earth with life forms she found appropriate. Namlú’u—the androgynous womankind—was one of them. There was nothing “physical” involved in Her creation. If you think about it, asteroids are part of the Physical Universe, which is the universe in which we are trapped, so the seeding process that is done through asteroids must logically have been done (and is done) by…yes, you guessed it—the Overlords. This tiny piece of the Electromagnetic Spectrum that we humans experience is the Overlords’ chessboard, and we are their pawns.
 


[2] Ibid.

[3] Ibid.

[5] Ibid., op. cit.

[8] Keep an eye open for those “X” institutes, foundations, and corporations. “X” often stands for Planet of the Crossing, i.e. Nibiru. Another recent “X” company is Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

[10] If the Apollo Program was the “Open Space Program,” humanity’s real exploring and exploiting of space, funded by a black budget, is the “Secret Space Program,” often written as an acronym, SSP.

[11] Ibid.

[14] Ibid., op. cit.

[16] Ibid., op. cit.

[17] Ibid., op. cit.

[18] Ibid., op. cit.

[20] Ibid., op. cit.

[21] Ibid., op. cit.

[23] Ibid.

[24] U.S. Patent No. 7,846,904.

[25] There is controversy about if TA-65 cures cancer or in fact actually causes it: http://owndoc.com/anti-aging/ta65-revgenetics-cancer-fda-complaint/

[28] Ibid., op. cit.

[29] Ibid., op. cit.

[30] -Bloomberg Business,- March 8, 2015,Google Ventures and the Search for Immortality -

[31] See, James Mahu of the WingMakers, 1998, The Fifth Interview of Dr. Neruda, p. 19.

[32] Ibid.

[33] New Scientist, July 19, 2015, Animal brains connected up to make a mind-melded computer, https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27869-animal-brains-connected-up-to-make-mind-melded-computer/

[34] Ibid., op. cit.

[35] Ibid., op. cit.

[36] Ibid., op. cit.

[37] Ibid., op. cit.

[38] Telegraph.co.uk., Dec. 23, 2015, Marc Andreessen: 'In 20 years, every physical item will have a chip implanted in it'--Star venture capitalist Andreessen's new $25m bet heralds the dawn of the Internet of Things 2.0, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/internet/12050185/Marc-Andreessen-In-20-years-every-physical-item-will-have-a-chip-implanted-in-it.html, op. cit.

[39] Ibid., op. cit.

[40] Popular Science, May 30, 2014, A NEW IDEA FOR COLONIZING SPACE: SEND OUR DNA, ASSEMBLE OURSELVES ONCE WE GET THERE, http://www.popsci.com/article/technology/new-idea-colonizing-space-send-our-dna-assemble-ourselves-once-we-get-there?src=SOC&dom=fb

[42] Ibid., op. cit.

 

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