Wednesday, April 14, 2010

We're only transhuman after all

WARNING: Chip implants may cause cancer and serious side effects to your mental and spiritual health.

Microchip implants are already a reality if you're a dog living in Los Angeles County. I learned about this by doing a quick search in Google news for the words "chip" and "implant".

One of the top stories was "Dogs suffer cancer after ID chipping". It was bad enough that the chips seemed to be causing cancer in the dogs, but what really upset me was when I read this.
"I wasn't in favor of getting Charlie chipped, but it was the law," said Lori Ginsberg, the Chihuahua's owner, citing an ordinance that requires all dogs over the age of four months in unincorporated Los Angeles County be microchipped. Dog owners who refuse to comply face a $250 fine for the first offense and up to six months in jail and $1,000 fine for continued non-compliance.
I had heard of pet owners voluntarily having their pets "chipped", but I didn't realize it had become mandatory in some parts of the US. What's next?

Transhuman 0.9

Some state legislators are concerned enough that they have begun to pass legislation that will make it illegal to implant a microchip in a person without permission. The latest state considering such legislation is Georgia.
The bill, which now goes to the full House, would make it a misdemeanor to implant a microchip, sensor, transmitter or tracking device into individuals against their will.
If the bill clears the House and is signed by the governor, Georgia would join California, North Dakota and Wisconsin as states that have passed laws prohibiting the forced implantation of microchips in people.
This bill is very limited in scope. It does nothing to slow down this technology. In fact it seems to give some legal cover for "chipping" as long as it is done with the "consent" of the individual.

For instance, lets say you just got a job offer from MK-Tech. But as a condition of employment you have to agree to have a MK-Tech implant which will positively identify you and provide you access to their facilities. That's not much different from requiring you to take a drug test or lie detector test as a condition of employment. In all of these cases you give "consent", but do you really have much choice? Well, not if you want the job.

"Consent" is something which is easily coerced. Chipping could be a condition for getting a driver's license. The federal government tends to like to coerce individuals to follow their suggestions by linking one federal program with another. Want federal student aid for college? Sure, but you better have registered with the Selective Service first.

The feds do the same thing to coerce state governments. Want federal money for highways? Sure, but you better have passed state legislation requiring seat belts. It's your "choice".

Transhuman 1.0

Is this really transhuman technology? That's a fair enough question. I would say this type of chipping strictly for identifying purposes is like pre-transhuman technology. Let's call it Transhuman 0.9.

So what would Transhuman 1.0 look like? Would you believe brain implants?

Intel: Chips in brains will control computers by 2020
[Thanks to Victoria for bringing this article to our attention.]
Brain waves will replace keyboard and mouse, dial phones and change TV channels.

Computerworld - By the year 2020, you won't need a keyboard and mouse to control your computer, say Intel Corp. researchers. Instead, users will open documents and surf the Web using nothing more than their brain waves.

Scientists at Intel's research lab in Pittsburgh are working to find ways to read and harness human brain waves so they can be used to operate computers, television sets and cell phones. The brain waves would be harnessed with Intel-developed sensors implanted in people's brains.

The scientists say the plan is not a scene from a sci-fi movie -- Big Brother won't be planting chips in your brain against your will. Researchers expect that consumers will want the freedom they will gain by using the implant.

"I think human beings are remarkable adaptive," said Andrew Chien, vice president of research and director of future technologies research at Intel Labs. "If you told people 20 years ago that they would be carrying computers all the time, they would have said, 'I don't want that. I don't need that.' Now you can't get them to stop [carrying devices]. There are a lot of things that have to be done first but I think [implanting chips into human brains] is well within the scope of possibility."

Intel research scientist Dean Pomerleau told Computerworld that users will soon tire of depending on a computer interface, and having to fish a device out of their pocket or bag to access it. He also predicted that users will tire of having to manipulate an interface with their fingers.

Instead, they'll simply manipulate their various devices with their brains.

"We're trying to prove you can do interesting things with brain waves," said Pomerleau. "Eventually people may be willing to be more committed ... to brain implants. Imagine being able to surf the Web with the power of your thoughts."
Sounds cool, huh? Now do you see the connection between videos by pop music idols like Black Eyed Peas and album covers by Christina Aguilera? I do.

The public is being trained - conditioned - to accept this technology as good. After watching more of the upcoming (mark my words) music videos with transhumanist themes the extreme cognitive dissonance (revulsion) caused by the idea of a chip implanted in your brain will be resolved.

That's just Transhuman 1.0. Can you imagine what Transhuman version 2.0 will look like? What about 3.0, 4.0, 5.0... ?

And there's no going back. Once Pandora's Box has been opened it cannot be closed again. Once the Genie has been let out of the bottle, there is no way to put it back in again.

The atomic bomb was the 20th century Genie which escaped from its bottle. Transhumanism may very well be the 21st century Genie. Just because we haven't blown up the whole world does not mean that we have successfully contained the Atomic Genie. It still hangs above our heads like the Sword of Damocles.

Atomic bomb development was done in secret as part of a military project during World War II. Transhuman technologies are being developed to a large degree in public view. The public was given no choice with regards to the development and use of the atomic bomb. We do have a choice when it comes to transhuman technology. But it will take a huge effort for individuals to free themselves from the mind control slavery that seeks to impose a transhuman future on the people of the world.

Are you with us?


  1. The mandatory dog-chipping is an introduction of what’s to come. Better yet, for the transhumanists: it’s the appetizer, the prerequisite, the sandwich before condiments, anesthesia before surgery, a letter before the stamp, foreplay before sex. However, for us: it’s the calm before the storm, the glimpse before the car wreck, the stumble before you fall (off a cliff), and applying of the noose before the chair is kicked away.

    I digress….I typed this in Microsoft Word (to copy/past) without the hyphen between “dog” and “chipping” and I got the little squiggly line (indicating an error in spelling). When I inserted it, of course the red line left. Even Microsoft Word has been manipulated to accept this as a “common” word...that’s a computer for you.

    Short but sweet article baba!


  2. Just testing to see if I can leave posts as "Valencia" and not "anonymous".

    Ok, so it gave you "Lenci"...Welp, I'm Lenci from now on. DON'T FORGET!! LOL

  3. Valencia - Yes you can see the baby steps in their agenda. The first time I heard of chipping, I thought it was a bad joke. I thought no one would ever accept this, except for some fringe elements. But this is actually being pushed by mega-corporations like Intel in cooperation with the US government and military.

    The brainchip article is as much a trial balloon as pre-conditioning. They realize how radical this is and they want to test the public reaction. Then they will know how to attack people's objections in order to change public opinion. And not just to change opinions, but to actually create a desire for this technology.

    That is the real goal of their brainwashing techniques - to make us willingly submit to their agenda. They could always do this by force, but they prefer the power of persuasion.

  4. Yes baba,

    “Force” doesn’t bring the undeniable fulfilment to the forefront as does the “power of persuasion”. When a person’s mind can be influenced to “give in”, that is the true essence of power. So I definitely agree with you on that. “Free will” is the line that separates these two distinct manipulations, however, the ultimatum when “forced” to “decide”, could very possibly be a matter life or death.

    A co-worker of mine recently sent me an email showing the “advanced technology” of the future that really perturbed me. Buildings shaped like dildos, a mobile phone the size of a lighter, a pen to “speak” what you right, etc. The futuristic/transhumanist agenda (in its’ final stages) will imply that the lack of acceptance displays disjuncture in individuals seeking to debunk/refute/reject. Where will we stand when this day comes?

  5. Found this today:
    Though I myself am not a Jew, I found this most interesting and applicable to the topic at hand….

    = = =
    “Dr. Margaret Singer speaks of "the five D's" -- deceit, dependency, debilitation, dread and desensitization -- by which cult members are recruited and transformed. According to Singer, "It's a step-at-a-time seduction, so the person hardly notices they are being changed."
    Dr. William Sargant in his classic work, “Battle for the Mind,” points out that the best defense against mind-control and thought reform is an awareness of these manipulative techniques and a pre-existing and strong belief system.”
    = = =

    Great article on “social deception” and tips the iceberg of "transhumanistic cults".

  6. Lenci - Fascinating comment. And it gives me so much to think about. I think you're right that "free will" is at the center of the discussion - in all its religious and secular implications. It is an ongoing discussion what it means.

    At one time - not that long ago and a time very like the one we're currently living in - scientists (physicists in particular) declared that they understood all the forces of nature which governed the physical world. At this point it was just a matter of applying this knowledge in order to unlock all the secrets of the world.

    And to the satisfaction of the Agnostics and Atheists, this world was totally deterministic. There was no room for the mysterious hand of God. And then something happened which totally demolished their carefully constructed illusion. That something was the discovery of the world of quantum physics and the dualism that exists at this fundamental level of existence.

    Today we stand on another precipice. The High Priests of Science have declared that they fundamentally understand the biological world through the application of the science of chemistry. It all boils down to combinations of atoms and molecules to produce DNA and proteins. Life is not a mystery after all - or so they declare.

    But I wonder what surprises Life has for them. Already they have been shocked by the realization that there are nowhere near as many genes in the Human Genome as they had imagined. They had estimated a minimum of 100,000 genes and it turns out there are only 30,000 genes. That means the mechanism of Life does not fit the simple darwinian genetic model that they had conjured up. But shhhh! Don't tell anyone. Let them continue believing in that convenient "survival of the fittest" fairy tale.
    The Human Genome Project: A Cosmic Joke

    All I'm saying in my round about way is that science doesn't have all the answers, and never will. Perhaps that missing part, which may become vanishingly small but which we will never even know the true size of, is where God lies.

    But some, like yourself, already knew that through faith. "When this day comes" we will each need to decide for ourselves using our "free will". We all have free will. Don't let anyone deceive you into giving it up. Don't trade it for all the diamonds and gold in the world.

  7. Lenci - Those are interesting quotes from Dr. Singer and Dr. Sargant. Too bad the rest of the article was not up to that caliber. The article started talking about cults and ended up talking about "terrorist groups" which are essentially political movements. "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter."

    The article failed to point out that the methods used by armies throughout the world to indoctrinate young recruits are based on many of these same mind control methods. It also did not mention that the use of torture by the US military uses some of the same techniques - only in a much more severe manner.

    I'm highly suspicious of Dr. Singer. She interviewed U.S. soldiers who had been taken prisoner during the Korean War. Which probably means she had some US MKULTRA military connections. And Dr. Sargant was a British scientist who also appears to have had ties to mind control experiments. Maybe that's why they appear to know so much about the subject of mind control.

    Thanks for bringing Singer and Sargent to my attention. I intend to learn more about their backgrounds.

  8. Valencia

    That's an excellent article you referenced there, written by the Rabbi.

    He is exactly right in saying, "Legitimate religions encourage honesty, transparency and critical thinking."

    As far as the distinction between a freedom fighter and a terrorist, well that part is very clear to me. Anyone who deliberately murders innocent civilians in order to blame their opponent and/or make a political point is a terrorist - and is evil. Whether that is CIA, KGB, Mossad, Hamas, Le Eme or's the all same, and it is evil.

    A "freedom fighter" may engage their opponents with words and violent force, and may even kill innocents accidentally in the heat of battle, but will stand against deliberate "false flag" actions and the maiming or killing of innocents in order to blame others or create fear and panic in the minds of their opponents or the civilian population of a country.

    There is a huge difference between those two ideologies.

    Also, very important from that article you posted: "The best defense against mind-control and thought reform is an awareness of these manipulative techniques and a pre-existing and strong belief system".

    Yep, I agree with that 100%. That's why I made the time to create my article, and thoroughly explain some the of PsyWar happening in music videos and mass media. More to come.

    Thank you so much for writing! :)

  9. baba,

    Here’s another bug for your ears(eyes). I was perusing for information on the doctors mentioned in the article of my previous post. As it turns out, both Dr. Margaret Singer and Dr. Robert Jay Lifton testified in the Patty Hearst bank robbery case. She was kidnapped and allegedly brainwashed by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA/self-proclaimed militant group). As expected by a monarch slave, she joined this army and helped in their terror. I just simply found this interesting and plan to further investigate the connection.

  10. Lenci

    The Hearst family is also extremely wealthy - what you would call "elite". Patty was alleged to have fallen under the power of her kidnappers (Stockholm syndrome) after the bank robbery, but my guess is that she was probably programmed as a Monarch long before that bank robbery took place.

    Do some checking on the Hearst family and all of the newspapers (mass media) and other stuff that the very wealthy elite Hearst family owned at that time. You'll see the dots connecting. :)

    (It also sounds to me like Singer knows what she is talking about, but only because she is involved in MK. She appears to be in a damage control (mis/disonformation) role in what you've posted about her so far. Basically, people like her step in as "expert witnesses" in court settings to sell a counter-story; cults, terrorists, long as the real source of the progamming doesn't come out, they don't care what it's called. Ya feel me there?

  11. I feel ya LVB! Cover-up at its best...(her little indiscrete way of "brainwashing" the jurors). Comprende!

  12. Please watch the movie on TV tomorrow night called "Secrets of the Mountain". It is produced by P&G and sponsored by Wal-Mart, and family advocacy groups are pushing this movie and claiming that FINALLY someone is making efforts to make more family-friendly movies. But I just KNOW it's going to be centered around the them of the coming Great Deception to help slowly brainwash good Christians who refuse to watch the rest of the crap these people have been producing. The movie appears to be about an adventure with discovery of ancient Mayan-type ruins, and what Illuminati movie wouldn't be complete without a pyramid? It's got one. I'm willing to bet it will somehow interject the NWO religion belief that we can all become gods with the tree of knowledge. I hope you'll watch the movie and look for illuminati/Masonic symbolism and do an analysis of it. I think it'll be worth checking out.

  13. Oh and by the way, love the site! I'm a big fan of vigilantcitizen as well.

    I wanted to recommend the website, which focuses on providing links to articles about transhumanism as well. It is run by Tom Horn, and also focuses on Illuminati/Freemason occultists, etc. His book called "Apollyon Rising 2012" is a MUST-READ!

  14. anonymous - You're right "Secrets of the Mountain" looks totally occult. I guess "family values" are now occult values. I watched the preview here:
    Thanks for the heads up.

  15. Isn't it wonderful how Jesus Christ just came right out and told us what the whole deal is? Believe in Him or don't - you decide.

    No "secrets" or "mysterious rituals" required.

    Maybe that's what makes the truth so hard for so many people to accept? That is why He talks to us in our hearts, bypassing all the so-called wisdom of this world. Whether or not you will listen is a matter of freewill, the most amazing gift we have been given. It is also the most confusing and dangerous test for our little pea brains. :)

  16. You're right LVB. There are no secrets, no magic spells.

    How can anyone possibly exercise free will while high on drugs or drunk on al-cohol. People confuse freedom and free will. To exercise free will may require sacrificing one's freedom.

    God hears the prayers even of those who are blind, but still keep searching. Don't give in when someone offers you a short cut. Hold out for the full experience. If it is hard for you, then you will only appreciate more fully the destination. You may never feel more lost than that moment just before finding your way.

  17. take a look at this article...

  18. @anon - That sounds pretty cool if you're a worm. In the meantime I think I'll take care of my body by not using drugs and alcohol. And when I say drugs I'm including the legal variety. Even aspirin and tylenol can damage the liver and who knows what else. It's much better to just lay down if you have a headache.

  19. Hi baba, I'm new to the site, just found you from VC's site. I have to say that I love the articles! You pretty much publish what I have in my mind! LOL So kudos to you!

    I just wanted to ask, I know I'm a little late since you posted this, but have you seen this commercial? ( IBM pushing RFID chips... I think its mind blowing how its just happening so fast!

    Well, I just wanted to leave that comment really fast, lol. I want to finish reading the rest of your articles! Good work and keep doing it!! Thanks for all the info! You, VC and LVB are great and inspirational :)

  20. Natalie - Yes, the technology is moving fast. I actually have to hand it to IBM for doing a pretty edgy video. I didn't know they had it in them.

    While it's pretty clear how RFID is used to track all the products, how does the store know who to charge the bill to? Think about that. Is it from his cellphone, or does he have an RFID credit card, or has he been chipped? Answer: All of the above.

  21. Definitely all of the above. RFID has already been introduced with the nice and convenient EZPass and the paypass ex:(

    They are just conditioning us for what's to come and people dont even realize it. Its sad...