The Christian Bible explains that after God created the archangels, his favorite was Satan. This was just fine with Satan for a few eternities, while he was still a good guy. But after a time, it wasn’t enough to “only” be God’s favorite. No, Mr. Ego-head wanted to BE God. So he split from Heaven, came to Earth where he’s been running amuck ever since.
Man’s idea of “creating life” has been an obsession for a long time that was fast tracked during the Age of Enlightenment and Science that began in the 1400s. In 1818 Mary Shelley published her book, “Frankenstein” about a brilliant doctor that creates life from dead body parts. Then 113 years later, after motion pictures were invented, the movie “Frankenstein” staring Boris Karloff as the monster, was burned into the psyche of modern thinking. Since then, all manner of stories have spun off the central theme, and Satan’s obsession of wanting to BE God by creating Life.
Fast forward to our modern age of electronics and micro processor computers, and a theme that would soon dominate Hollywood themes for a decade, time travel. The 1984 film “Terminator”, staring body-builder Arnold Schwarzenegger, was the first modern electronic-human (trans-human) character to go big time in the entertainment business and modern pop culture. Of course, this was the ultimate nightmare of a self-powered, thinking, non-stop killing machine. Yes, this was TransHumanism at the extreme edge of the dark side – something that Satan would be delighted with, for sure.
The 2001 film “A.I. Artificial Intelligence” staring Jude Law and Haley Joel Osment portrayed a dystopian near future where the east coast shoreline of New Jersey being some 50 miles inland due to the rising seas from global warming. The character “David” is a child android programmed to with the ability to love.
Then in 1987 Hollywood gave us the film RoboCop, staring Peter Weller as the computer-mechanized robot cop – a Frankenstein-like, sympathetic character. This was a modern “macho cop” version of the strangely beautiful, definitely sexy, but very creepy robot character in Fritz Lang’s 1927 film “Metropolis.” The character “Maria” was a “maschinenmmensch” – German for “machine-human” that would today be called a “transhuman.”
It’s interesting that Hollywood has remade the 1987 film RoboCop, perhaps as a way to reintroduce the concept of TransHumanism, using modern HD and 3D film-making to several new generations of people that have been raised on computer games. Now it would be very easy to dismiss all this as “just entertainment” (Get over it, Dude!), but far too often literature and now motion pictures are used to introduce concepts and ideas into the consciousness of the culture at large.
Now consider the implications of the findings by researcher Yoichi Shimatsu concerning 20 passengers on-board Malaysian FL370. They were some of the top people working for the Austin, Texas company Freescale Semiconductors, with design centers in Kuala Lumpur and in China, including Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chengdu and Suzhou.
And what does Freescale Semiconductors specialize in? Ultra-small micro-controllers, 1.9mmx x2mm that can be injected into the human body to enhance vision, control battery-powered prosthetics, or monitor medications. Or, they could be used to control tiny drones the size of a solar-powered fly for surveillance, to deliver killer virus’ or toxic drugs. The dark possibilities are endless.
Yochi Shimatsu’s article titled, “A Tiny Microchip Was The Likely Motive For Pentagon Hijack of MH370” is a MUST READ! Here’s the link…
Is Satan’s obsession for “being God” and “creating life” at our doorstep? It would seem so. Remember the ancient Chinese curse? “May you be born in interesting times”? Well, we’re in it, folks! – Scott
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by Scott Teeters
Wikipedia articles about related topics in this article:
The character “Lieutenant Commander Data” from the TV and film series, Star Trek: Next Generation is the extremely positive, futuristic edge of TransHumanism. The brilliant and loyal Mr. Data is intensely interested in what it is to be Human.
The 1999 film, Bicentennial Man, staring Robin Williams was based on the Isaac Asimov novella of the same name. The story portrayed a benevolent version of TransHumanism.
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