Academic researchers, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell and Dr. Scott D. de Hart, discussed transhumanism and the hidden history and agenda that have set humanity on a collision course for the Apocalypse. Transhumanism encompasses the total transformation of mankind, Farrell said, pointing out that its adherents view humanity as malleable and capable of being engineered via technological means—a process he likened to alchemy. "The ultimate goal is to reach a higher level of consciousness," de Hart added.
Farrell detailed four stages of the origin of mankind, starting in the highest state of androgyny and falling progressively lower through the mineral, vegetable, and animal conditions. Just as in alchemy, the transhumanists are attempting to reverse engineer the process in order to ascend back up into the primordial androgynous state of unity, Farrell explained. "The idea of fusing man with whatever could be imagined is part of the agenda," de Hart noted. The two cited examples of scientific research aimed at producing chimerical creations, such as a mouse genetically-engineered to produce human sperm cells.
Transhumanistic research raises the prospect that eventually a human being could be created whose parents are not human, they're mice, Farrell continued. He further suggested that GMO foods may be introducing genetic modifications in the people consuming them. Both men also referenced ancient stories, including the Old Testament tale of the Tower of Babel, as warnings against civilizations reaching beyond what they should, violating the dividing line between the powers of god and man, and getting put back into place for it.
New images from NASA's Suomi NPP satellite show nighttime shots of Earth from space like you've never seen before. The satellite's sensors have 250 times better resolution of lighting levels than any previous technology and can detect everything from the light of a single boat at sea to the reflection of moon and star light off clouds. View the stunning images at Wired.com.
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