13 Genetic Laboratories - Atlantis Revisited

The Fall of the old Atlantis—What Happened?

According to the Pleiadians, Gaia is a genetic laboratory. Hence, they say, genetic engineering and genetic manipulation have always been a part of the planet’s history and still is to this day. They add that Gaia is a Living Library, and therefore, it’s justified for star races to experiment with genetics on this planet.

If this is true, and the Goddess Gaia was a genetic laboratory already when the Queen’s Experiment started, is today’s genetic manipulation also justified, and are the Overlords, in collaboration with human scientists, totally free to do whatever they want in their underground laboratories? Moreover, who says that it’s a genetic laboratory for anyone to experiment with?

This was not the way it was meant to be when the Queen set up the Experiment eons ago. Gaia is property of the royal court of Orion, if anything, and we humans were meant to live here freely, to explore, to learn in, and to enjoy this beautiful planet, which was even more beautiful before it was invaded. Lucifer and his rebellious team, on the other hand, never had permission to manipulate the Queen’s creation—this planet was taken from Her by force.

The old Kingdom of Atlantis could be said to have been setup shortly after the AIF won the War of the Titans, approximately 425,000 years ago, and it perished in the Deluge. Although there were huge landmasses that sank in what is now the Atlantic Ocean, these landmasses were only small parts of Atlantis. Atlantis was En.ki’s Kingdom on Earth, and it included the entire planet, not just one gigantic continent, or a few smaller islands in the Atlantic. Hence, the Kingdom of Atlantis was Planet Earth from the time the Alien Invader Force arrived and up until the Great Flood. During the Atlantean Era, En.ki, as Poseidon/Neptune, and his scientists, engaged in genetic tinkering in the most bizarre manner. Sometimes they created beings that they used for sexual pleasure, other times they created strange beings just for fun, and when they got tired of them, they just left them alone in the midst of the Living Library. In other cases, they created ruling races, such as enormous giants that ruled over mankind when the AIF were absent. Smaller giants were created for warfare, and other creatures were made for slave labor and transportation (such as centaurs).

Eventually, when a Flood was imminent and the Orion Empire became aware of this, the Orion Council saw an opportunity to intervene in an experiment that had gone terribly wrong. They forbade En.ki to interfere and save the lives of Gaia’s creatures that he had created—Homo sapiens included. At that time, the Living Library was so distorted with all these erratic beings running around, killing and eating each other, practicing cannibalism, and destroying everything that was of value that the Orion Council had had enough. Therefore, they deemed it best to let nature have its way and let the souls who had been trapped here on Earth by En.ki return to Orion. The Orions told En.ki to let the Deluge wipe things out and allow his creations to perish. The Experiment the Queen had instigated would then be finished in all dimensions.

In a situation such as this, En.ki had little choice but to abide because he could not in this situation use Free Will as an excuse to interfere with a natural disaster. Therefore, En.ki abided—or so it seemed! As the creator of the beings in the Third Dimension, he had DNA samples saved of these species in laboratories on Mars, and perhaps elsewhere, which is logical. Nevertheless, En.ki left the planet just before the disaster hit (possibly cloaking himself in order not to be captured and brought to justice).

The metaphor for this is of course the story we read in the Bible about Noah and his Ark (based on an older Sumerian script), which was not a ship that sailed the oceans of the world, but a spaceship that sailed the oceans of space.

When the Flood subsided, many parts of the world were barren and void of sentient life. Although the Deluge did not cover the entire planet, contrary to what the Bible tells us, there were also earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions, creating a poisonous atmosphere. These phenomena, put together, wiped out most of the remaining life on the planet, which is called the Younger Dryas by modern science-[342]-. It was a huge catastrophe, and it has been suggested by many that the reason for the catastrophe was the passing of Nibiru.

En.ki was not willing to give up Gaia, however. He slightly changed the frequency range of the solar system, which made it difficult to locate for those who didn’t know exactly in which frequency band it now was hidden in and concealed from the rest of creation—at least for some time.

Probably before the Flood had even entirely subsided, En.ki was back on Gaia and started reseeding Her. He also found that a small fraction of Homo sapiens and other creatures had survived. Again, he managed to manipulate the survivors, most likely blaming the catastrophe on the Orions, who he claimed were the enemies of humankind, and that he, En.ki, was the creator of Homo sapiens and now also their savior. Because of the major trauma that must have resulted in the survivors, and because of the change of planetary frequency, there is a good chance that the human survivors did not remember much from the time before the catastrophe. Thus, En.ki could probably just fill in the gap with whatever information suited him at the moment.

This is more or less the story that En.ki maintained from thereon. With the human Deluge survivors backing En.ki up, Orion’s hands were once again tied by mankind’s decision to support En.ki/Lucifer. Much of this story is retold in the old Sumerian texts.

Unfortunately, the majority of the soul splinters whose bodies perished in the Deluge never returned to Orion. Most of them became victims of the frequency change as well, and were most likely, just as their surviving brothers and sisters on Earth, told that the Orion Empire was behind the disaster, and that the Empire now wanted to harvest the human soul group for ill purposes. Being already manipulated for such a long time, the human soul group was probably not too difficult to convince. Those who stayed with En.ki and the rest of the Overlords were again recycled when new human bodies were seeded and developed.

The Deluge was the beginning of the end of Homo sapiens. Soon En.ki would create a slightly enhanced species of humans who could function better in the New Atlantis that he now was planning. After the Flood, Homo sapiens sapiens was genetically manipulated into being.[343]

The Rise of the Machine Kingdom—the New Atlantis

En.ki’s dream of a New Atlantis secretly came into fruition in 1776 with the assistance from the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry and the Rosicrucian Order. When the United States of America was formed, and the Declaration of Independence was signed, the New Atlantis was established.

It’s only been 240 years since this new experiment started, but we are already in the midst of an extensive genetic manipulation spree that will soon be the end of Homo sapiens sapiens. A new race of cyborgs will take her place and inhabit the Living Library as One, run from a super-brain computer. This was the true purpose of the New Atlantis from the beginning. Homo sapiens sapiens—the thinking man—was just a temporary species, who En.ki used to accomplish his goal to create the New Atlantis.

The general population is not aware of this, but huge funds from a Black Budget are being funneled into genetic research. DNA testing has been done for a long time, and human behavior has been carefully studied on the Internet via smart devices and TV sets, etc. There is also a website called Ancestry.com, where you can research your genetic lineage several centuries back and make your own ancestry diagram. This is not only for our own amusement, but we help the Controllers and the Overlords in their research to discover who is who, and who belongs to which bloodline. Thus, you can see advertisements on the Internet for Ancestry.com when you browse the Internet—it’s suddenly showing up everywhere. People are tremendously interested in this, and the number of people who use it is rapidly increasing. Many people are curious to see whether they have any famous ancestors that they can be proud of or in awe over. At the moment, smartphones and Ancestry.com are probably the tools to use for those who really want to help the Minions in their own research that will lead to humanity’s extinction. Both smartphones and Ancestry.com are addictive and obsessive.

Before we dig into present time genetic manipulation, I want to bring up ancient genetic manipulation for just a moment. If there are still readers who may doubt that genetic tinkering happened in our very distant past, recent research may convince you. Other researchers and I have often discussed how the AIF deactivated 95-96% or more of our DNA in the ancient past. This made the original, highly multidimensional human species extremely dumbed down. Scientist of today can do the same thing!

The Associated Press (AP) recently ran an article titled, Microbe with Stripped–Down DNA may Hint at Secrets of Life.[344] It begins with this eye-opening revelation:

Scientists have deleted nearly half the genes of a microbe, creating a stripped-down version that still functions, an achievement that might reveal secrets of how life works.[345]

This is quite stunning information, which clearly has very ancient connections. It becomes even more stunning:

The genome is not some one-and-only minimal set of genes needed for life itself. For one thing, if the researchers had pared DNA from a different bacterium they would probably have ended up with a different set of genes. For another, the minimum genome an organism needs depends on the environment in which it lives.

And the new genome includes genes that are not absolutely essential to life, because they help the bacterial populations grow fast enough to be practical for lab work.

The genome is "as small as we can get it and still have an organism that is ... useful," Hutchison said.

One goal of such work is to understand what each gene in a living cell does, which would lead to a deep understanding of how cells work, he said. With the new bacterium, "we're closer to that than we are for any other cell," he said. [346]

Reading this is almost like flying back in time. En.ki and his scientists must have thought in this same pattern 200,000 years ago; they only developed the new species to a point where they became “practical,” just as this article reads. Human scientists are now rediscovering the procedure of genetic manipulation used when En.ki created the first Homo sapiens. Of course, this technology does not come from brilliant human scientists; it has extraterrestrial origins.

Much of the current AI research is still Top Secret, but to prepare humankind for what is coming, some of it has been declassified and handed over to the mainstream media. The same thing applies to genetic tinkering; although, people who haven’t studied ancient history and mythology can’t make a connection and will not reflect on it very much until it’s too late. This is again why I have always stressed that learning our history is essential for our survival.

Existing Technology for Posthuman Space-Travel

How far will the genetic engineering go and what can AI really do when very advanced? An example of what is now possible was revealed by rocket scientist, David Adair.[347] He is the scientist who reportedly built the fastest rocket on Earth, powered by the first electromagnetic fusion containment engine.[348] The following excerpt is from Robert Stanley’s free e-book, Close Encounters on Capitol Hill, where, during an in-depth interview, Adair revealed that,

“When I flew my second prototype, it landed in one of the world’s
most top secret Air Force bases in history, Area 51. [In 1971] My life changed forever when they took me underground and showed me that alien engine; the damn thing was still alive! It was a symbiotic engine; an intelligent machine that could interface with biological entities, humans or alien. It worked very similar to the Soviet heads up technology featured in the movie FIREFOX."[349]

Stanley continues by stating that the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute and the Honda Research Institute announced already in 2006 that they had developed a brain machine interface, enabling “the decoding of natural brain activity for the near real-time operation of a robot without having to implant sensors in the head and brain. The technology breakthrough offered amazing possibilities for the control of machines by brain waves alone.”[350]

I find the following paragraph in Stanley’s book most interesting:

Adair explained that the alien brain/machine interface he saw in
the early 1970s allowed the pilot and the engine’s artificial intelligence
to become symbiotic. He believed it was a perfect way to travel through
space – the space craft and the pilot were essentially one.[351]

As the reader can see, it’s not only me; my conclusions are backed up by a rocket scientist as well, and this was in the early 1970s! Adair destroyed his project after this, when he realized that his discoveries, in his own field of research, were going to be used for weaponry.

Fig. 13-1: Rocket scientist, David Adair

There we have it. By reverse engineering what they already have in their possession from a number of ET spaceship crashes, scientists can build spaceships capable of travelling through 3-D space, perhaps using wormholes and Einstein-Rosen Bridges to travel from one location in space to another. Add to this a Posthuman cyborg, looking identical to the Grays, and you have Posthumans conquering space, just as Kurzweil predicted. However, it seems as if his “prediction” preceded him; the technology to accomplish this was available already in the 1970s!

In addition, has it ever occurred to anybody why there have been so many UFO crashes over the years? Are these beings really so clumsy that they let the human military, with their relatively primitive weaponry, shoot down their craft, one after the other? Also, are they so bad at navigating through the Earth’s atmosphere that they lose control over their vehicles and crash-land?

Of course not! These craft crashed on purpose in order for the military and their scientists to be able to reverse engineer these UFOs. The same thing applies to the dead aliens, aka the Grays, who we are told were found dead (and sometimes alive) on these craft. The dead bodies have been carefully examined and they have of course shown to be cyborgs, run by AI. Again, these cyborgs can travel in space; thus, these cyborgs can be reverse engineered, as well, and cloned for future use as “space suits.” This is all AIF technology, but they need humans to develop it on their own in order to save their own skin. I wrote about this in the Wes Penre Papers, too.

Genetic Engineering—From the Horse’s Mouth

Ray Kurzweil writes in his book, The Singularity is Near, that the human genome is a sequential binary code, containing only about 800 million bits of information.[352] Then he adds that when the scientists remove all the redundancies, we are left with only 30 to 100 million bits, which is equivalent to an average software program. What Dr. Kurzweil tells us is that the Controllers are apparently not going to let us have our full brain capacity after all. This becomes obvious because there are no such things as “redundancies.” If he means that the 95% of the brain we are not using today are “redundancies,” Posthumans are not going to be wiser than their combined knowledge at the time of the Singularity. If he implies that “redundancies” means taking away even more of the human genome, then we are not even going to have that much. Either way, Posthumans are still going to be quite limited in their capacity; albeit billions of times wiser than today, by Kurzweil’s measures. Then, of course, Posthumans will still be limited to experiencing the 4% Universe hologram—100% of 4% is still 4%.

Dr. Kurzweil then explains how the human genome is working:

This [genetic] code is supported by a set of biochemical machines that translate these linear (one-dimensional) sequences of DNA "letters" into strings of simple building blocks called amino acids, which are in turn folded into three-dimensional proteins, which make up all living creatures from bacteria to humans. (Viruses occupy a niche in between living and nonliving matter but are also composed of fragments of DNA or RNA.) This machinery is essentially a self-replicating nanoscale replicator that builds the elaborate hierarchy of structures and increasingly complex systems that a living creature comprises.[353]

With the risk of boring you, I also want to cite the direct continuation of the above quote; a section which describes what DNA and RNA are, how they are set up, and how they work. This, in itself, is educational and something each truth-seeker must learn anyway, but that’s only part of the reason why I want to include it here. Be alert to Dr. Kurzweil’s comparison between DNA/RNA and existing technology, such as tape recorders, etc. You, the reader, may ask yourself; how come that technology, in certain terms, replicates our DNA/RNA? Could it possibly be that those who understand our genome, because they created it, gave us the technology—even such technology as early tape recorders, etc.?

Life's Computer

In the very early stages of evolution information was encoded in the structures of increasingly complex organic molecules based on carbon. After billions of years biology evolved its own computer for storing and manipulating digital data based on the DNA molecule. The chemical structure of the DNA molecule was first described by J. D. Watson and F. H. C. Crick in 1953 as a double helix consisting of a pair of strands of polynucleotides.6 We finished transcribing the genetic code at the beginning of this century. We are now beginning to understand the detailed chemistry of the communication and control processes by which DNA commands reproduction through such other complex molecules and cellular structures as messenger RNA (mRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA), and ribosomes.

At the level of information storage the mechanism is surprisingly simple. Supported by a twisting sugarphosphate backbone, the DNA molecule contains up to several million rungs, each of which is coded with one letter drawn from a four-letter alphabet; each rung is thus coding two bits of data in a one-dimensional digital code. The alphabet consists of the four base pairs: adenine-thymine, thymine-adenine, cytosineguanine, and guanine-cytosine.

Special enzymes can copy the information on each rung by splitting each base pair and assembling two identical DNA molecules by rematching the broken base pairs. Other enzymes actually check the validity of the copy by checking the integrity of the base-pair matching. With these copying and validation steps, this chemical data-processing system makes only about one error in ten billion base-pair combinations.7 Further redundancy and error-correction codes are built into the digital data itself, so meaningful mutations resulting from base-pair replication errors are rare. Most of the errors resulting from the one-in-ten-billion error rate will result in the equivalent of a "parity" error, which can be detected and corrected by other levels of the system, including matching against the corresponding chromosome, which can prevent the incorrect bit from causing any significant damage.8 Recent research has shown that the genetic mechanism detects such errors in transcription of the male Y chromosome by matching each Y chromosome gene against a copy on the same chromosome.9 Once in a long while a transcription error will result in a beneficial change that evolution will come to favor.

In a process technically called translation, another series of chemicals put this elaborate digital program into action by building proteins. It is the protein chains that give each cell its structure, behavior, and intelligence. Special enzymes unwind a region of DNA for building a particular protein. A strand of mRNA is created by copying the exposed sequence of bases. The mRNA essentially has a copy of a portion of the DNA letter sequence. The mRNA travels out of the nucleus and into the cell body. The mRNA code is then read by a ribosome molecule, which represents the central molecular player in the drama of biological reproduction. One portion of the ribosome acts like a tape-recorder head, "reading" the sequence of data encoded in the mRNA base sequence. The "letters" (bases) are grouped into words of three letters called codons, with one codon for each of the twenty possible amino acids, the basic building blocks of protein. A ribosome reads the codons from the mRNA and then, using tRNA, assembles a protein chain one amino acid at a time.

The notable final step in this process is the folding of the one-dimensional chain of amino acid "beads" into a three-dimensional protein. Simulating this process has not yet been feasible because of the enormous complexity of the interacting forces from all the atoms involved. Supercomputers scheduled to come online around the time of the publication of this book (2005) are expected to have the computational capacity to simulate protein folding, as well as the interaction of one three-dimensional protein with another.

Protein folding, along with cell division, is one of nature's remarkable and intricate dances in the creation and re-creation of life. Specialized "chaperone" molecules protect and guide the amine-acid strands as they assume their precise three-dimensional protein configurations. As many as one third of formed protein molecules are folded improperly. These disfigured proteins must immediately be destroyed or they will rapidly accumulate, disrupting cellular functions on many levels.

Under normal circumstances, as soon as a misfolded protein is formed, it is tagged by a carrier molecule, ubiquitin, and escorted to a specialized proteosome, where it is broken back down into its component amino acids for recycling into new (correctly folded) proteins. As cells age, however, they produce less of the energy needed for optimal function of this mechanism. Accumulation of these misformed proteins aggregate into particles called protofibrils, which are though to underlie disease processes leading to Alzheimer's disease and other afflictions.10

The ability to simulate the three-dimensional waltz of atomic-level interactions will greatly accelerate our knowledge of how DNA sequences control life and disease. We will then be in a position to rapidly simulate drugs that intervene in any of the steps in this process, thereby hastening drug development and the creation of highly targeted drugs that minimize unwanted side effects.

It is the job of the assembled proteins to carry out the functions of the cell, and by extension the organism. A molecule of hemoglobin, for example, which has the job of carrying oxygen from the lungs to body tissues, is created five hundred trillion times each second in the human body. With more than five hundred amino acids in each molecule of hemoglobin, that comes to 1.5 x 1019 (fifteen billion billion) "read" operations every minute by the ribosomes just for the manufacture of hemoglobin.

In some ways the biochemical mechanism of life is remarkably complex and intricate. In other ways it is remarkably simple. Only four base pairs provide the digital storage for all of the complexity of human life and all other life as we know it. The ribosomes build protein chains by grouping together triplets of base pairs to select sequences from only twenty amino acids. The amino acids themselves are relatively simple, consisting of a carbon atom with its four bonds linked to one hydrogen atom, one amino (-NH2) group, one carboxylic acid (-COOH) group, and one organic group that is different for each amino acid. The organic group for alanine, for example, has only four atoms (CH3-) for a total of thirteen atoms. One of the more complex amino acids, arginine (which plays a vital role in the health of the endothelial cells in our arteries) has only seventeen atoms in its organic group for a total of twenty-six atoms. These twenty simple molecular fragments are the building blocks of all life.

The protein chains then control everything else: the structure of bone cells, the ability of muscle cells to flex and act in concert with other muscle cells, all of the complex biochemical interactions that take place in the bloodstream, and, of course, the structure and functioning of the brain.[354]

Dr. Kurzweil is a baby boomer, born in the early 1950s. This means that he is now a senior citizen at the later part of his life. Under normal circumstances, he would not live until 2045, when the Singularity is scheduled to happen. Astute readers may have asked themselves how Dr. Kurzweil and others of his generation will directly benefit from the Singularity. As I hinted at earlier, Kurzweil and other high-level to mid-level Singularitists might already have been prepared to survive through the Singularity. In fact, Kurzweil explains in his book that the technology already exists to prolong the life of baby boomers, until humankind reaches the Singularity, and to keep them healthy. Once connected to the SBC, a reverse aging process will begin. It goes without saying that Dr. Kurzweil already is on this aging preventative program. The question is, when are the Singularitists going to stop the aging process in the everyday baby-boomers? In his book and in his speeches, Kurzweil obviously hints that baby-boomers in general will be “saved” from physical death—at least those who are openly willing to go that route.

Science and Immortality

In an earlier book, which Ray Kurzweil wrote together with Terry Grossman, MD, called, Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever, it states,

"Whereas some of my contemporaries may be satisfied to embrace aging gracefully as part of the cycle of life, that is not my view. It may be 'natural,' but I don't see anything positive in losing my mental agility, sensory acuity, physical limberness, sexual desire, or any other human ability. I view disease and death at any age as a calamity, as problems to be overcome."[355]

Arguments such as this will definitely attract many people and severely affect them. Many people will think that for the first time in history we can defeat death. Of course, it depends on how we define life and death, and if we think that being stuck in an SBC is life, then these authors are correct. However, there is a natural soulution to the AIF Life-Death Program that I will go into later in this book.

Dr. Kurzweil explains that we already have the technology to manipulate our genes in a way that inherited illnesses will be bypassed and made inactive. Heart disease, Diabetes Type 2, and strokes are typical example of serious conditions that can be avoided or reversed with technology, he writes. Part of this technology he came up with himself, and thus cured his own Diabetes Type 2 some thirty years ago.[356] New drug therapy now also exists, according to Dr. Kurzweil, to “precisely target key steps in preventing cancerous tumor formation and the metabolic processes underlying each major disease and aging process.”[357] This is why you see David Rockefeller, amongst other people in power, live past the 100-year mark and still appear to be active.

AI Prophets are convincing us that science now can reverse the aging process, but how does it work? Dr. Kurzweil uses the analogy of maintaining a house. If you do nothing, or very little, to repair the house and to maintain it, it will decay with time and eventually break down permanently. The same thing applies to the human body. If we maintain it by preventing illnesses from occurring and by replacing non-functional body parts, we can virtually live forever—at least this is the idea. If it works or not, I suppose we need to ask the Overlords for permission to use it, because they are the masters of technology.

With cell therapy, scientists in the near future will be able to replace aging or defective cells with cells from the person’s own DNA when that person was young, so in reality an entire cell structure that represents a certain organ, for example, can be replaced with a younger version of itself and thus rejuvenate itself and once again, the defect organ will be young and healthy. This is what reverse aging is about in a nano nutshell. This procedure can and will be done without surgery. Scientists call it therapeutic cloning.

Thus far, it sounds like a great way of keeping our current bodies alive forever, but we need to remind ourselves that although there was no death before the AIF scientists trapped soul fragments in these inferior bodies, there was also no oppression at that time. Now, on the other hand, with mankind being slaves to an alien invader force, enhanced longevity and immortality is no longer equivalent to freedom, it is actually increased bondage. I want to emphasize that there is nothing wrong with developing cures to serious diseases to increase our overall health while we are alive, and in a better world, this would be desirable. However, under the circumstances that we live in, with further entrapment, I feel no excitement in “immortality.” Also, the therapeutic cloning is not as innocent as it sounds when we have nanobots inserted into our bloodstream, whether we want them there or not. Nevertheless, it’s easy to see how these programs will be quite easily sold to the public.

For example, no one wants cancer, so should people who develop the disease and do not want any part in the Singularity process undergo therapeutic cloning as one exception to save their immediate lives and not participating in any further transhumanistic cures? Alternatively, should people say “no thanks” to such treatment, knowing that he or she will die? If people say yes to treatment, should they also say yes to treatment when their heart begins to fail? Where do we draw the line? It depends on how afraid the person is to die, of course, and then there are social factors involved, such as the suffering of loved ones, who will see this person decline and die, unless something is done about it. I still believe that education on the subject will make the inquirer see the bigger picture and therefore let life and death become natural processes (as natural as it can be under the circumstances). On the other hand; the cure for cancer has been known, at least since Dr. Royal Raymond Rife found it many decades ago, but his research was suppressed.[358],[359]. There is hardly any questions why his research was suppressed; the Controllers did not want Dr. Rife’s particular cure to be used, but would rather wait for the transhumanistic version, planned to be released closer to the Singularity. In the meantime, millions of people have suffered and died from cancer.

However, there is more to the picture…

How Cloning is used on Humans

When we think of cloning, we think of a person standing next to us, being our exact copy.

According to our special AI Prophet, Dr. Ray Kurzweil, cloning mainly means cloning body parts in order to achieve immortality. Science wants to clone young cells from individuals, which will make the body look and act younger.[360]

After having shared Kurzweil analogy with the decaying house earlier in this chapter, let’s now explore how it’s done scientifically. In very simple terms, they take a blood test and look for a young cell in the blood and use it to clone an entire organ. This organ can then be rejuvenated remotely via the nanobots in the bloodstream, and the patient now has an entirely new organ that is young and functioning well.

When body parts break down, don’t think that they will be replaced by metallic, robotic material, as we’ve learned from Hollywood movies. Becoming a cyborg is slightly different from becoming a robot, in a technical sense. Instead, they will, as explained above, be replaced with a younger version of that organ that will look identical to the original organ, but will be much more vital. However, once the organ’s been cloned, it is kept under control by nanobots, which are kept in control by the SBC, once it’s implemented. Nanobots can also self-replicate, just like biological cells.

We need to understand that these scientists are helping the Overlords to incrementally diminish the power of the fire (soul essence) in the body by replacing our cells with nanobots. Each cell in the body contains a certain “quantity” of fire, which in conjunction with all other fires in the body (in other cells) keep us vital, emotional, and unique. Nanobots lack all this and are 100% artificial. Eventually, after x number of years, each cell in your body has been replaced, and you become your own clone, without your own life energy and thinking capabilities; the SBC does all that for you. Ask yourself, where did the fires go once every cell in the body is replaced with nanobots? As the expression goes, “they went out the window,” or to put it in Kurzweil’s words (my emphasis),

…By that time, we're approaching the Singularity, with the real revolution being the predominance of nonbiological intelligence.[361]

A human being is a biological computer, which can house a soul (billions of small fires). The life expectancy of this bio-computer cannot exceed 120 years, according to science. By then, the vital body parts have begun to malfunction, and the body dies. By exchanging body parts, science can extend life considerably, and with time, the person’s body “goes back in time” to when it was let’s say twenty-five years old. If body parts will only be cloned when they are old or sick, it will take a few hundred years—perhaps—before the entire body is replaced, and in the meantime, the person will be classified as a cyborg. When the entire process is completed, we don’t have a cyborg anymore, but a complete artificial body, built up by nanobots instead of biological cells. The justification for exchanging cells with nanobots will be that nanobots don’t deteriorate—cells do! People will start finding this to be acceptable, logical and rational. Once the entire transformation of cells is done, we have a being that is totally taken over by AI, and there is nothing left of the original soul fragment that is still conscious. The soul/mind/body will still be there, but asleep for an eternity. Because people are unaware of what a soul/mind/body is, they cannot perceive the long-term danger with AI and the Singularity!

The AI Prophets will protest and say that you will feel more vital when your body parts are replaced, not less. This is true, but what is it that makes you feel vital; is it the rejuvenation of body parts, or is it the energy being pumped into the nanobots, giving the soul an increase of energy, added remotely with technology? They will do anything to keep the illusion alive until the Singularity is a fact.

Another question is; will the Overlords actually wait until people’s last organs fail in order to be replaced, or will the day come when people are told that it’s easier to replace all organs at once and become young again altogether rather than wait for each organ to be exchanged? Again, the latter will most likely be the case. If so, Posthumans might not remain cyborgic for very long; it will only be a short phase in their “development.”

Now, however, we’re getting into something really creepy.

How Cloning is used on Animals

Most people have seen or heard about the movie Jurassic Park. This movie was made not only to entertain, but to reveal what is happening behind the scenes. The movie was about a scientific team that was recreating dinosaurs the way they looked and behaved, hundreds of million years ago. They succeeded, but the consequences were of course very scary, and members of the science team were killed by the beasts. Another great concern was that these dinosaurs would be able to leave the park in which they were contained.

Fig. 13-2: The giant Smilodon (saber-toothed tiger)

In his book, Dr. Kurzweil reveals that he finds it very exciting, not only that scientists today are working on cloning animals of endangered species, in order to keep them from becoming extinct, but that they are also working on re-creating already extinct species![362] This is where science really has gone mad! Once they can do this (and I believe they already can do it and are doing it), which species do they want to revive? Dinosaurs? The Smilodon (the saber-toothed tiger)?

Fig. 13-3: The last Tasmanian tiger, which died in captivity.

In certain terms, it doesn’t matter which species they plan to revive or prevent from becoming extinct. If we start with the latter, a species becomes extinct because of environmental changes, whether these changes are manmade, natural climate changes, or catastrophes. Animals (and even plants) are more intelligent than what is commonly understood, but more than that—they are highly intuitive. If an animal species feels that it can’t survive well in a certain reality, they vacate and change realities to one that can accommodate them. These days, it is, more often than not, we humans who create a hostile environment for many animal species and plants. Hence, we are the ones who need to change in order to naturally keep the endangered species; it’s not the endangered species that need to be changed or “saved.” The same logic goes for already extinct animals and plants; they are extinct for a reason, and calling them back to life will greatly disturb the balance of life on the planet. If we do call back a few species from the past, we then need to continue reviving more and more species to safeguard the survival of those we already revived, and even terminate some of the existing ones, in order to get a balance. We can also leave it to nature to take care of it once we’re done experimenting mindlessly with genetics, but will that lead to the symbiosis we wished for? Certainly not! I see no benefit in that, for example, dinosaurs or Smilodons once again are the top of the food chain. Even if scientists were more modest in reviving a lost species, and perhaps stretch it to reviving more peaceful animals, the balance of nature will still be disturbed. So, how will this all end? It will end in the exact manner as it did in Atlantis, when En.ki’s bizarre creations roamed the Earth, wreaking the most horrible havoc. It now seems as if history indeed is repeating itself.

I also want to emphasize that when I mentioned the dinosaurs and the Smilodon, I probably wasn’t exaggerating. Indeed, Dr. Kurzweil tells us in his book that back in 2001, scientists were able to synthesize DNA from the now-extinct Tasmanian tiger, and they are hoping to bring this species back to life.[363] Kurzweil actually writes that if they could, they would probably revive dinosaurs too.[364] Even if an animal species were hunted down by humans until extinct, nature has now adjusted to an environment where that particular species is vacant, and to revive it, perhaps 80-100 years later, will create unwanted results. Also, as I said, the extinct species has “moved on” to another version of Earth. Hence, no species ever becomes extinct; it only switches realities.

More on Genetic Manipulation

In his book, Kurzweil also brings up stem cells. It is not necessary to take liver cells to create a new liver; they can actually use pancreas cells, for example, to create a liver and vice versa. This has already been done, Kurzweil wrote back in 2005.[365] The reason they can do this is because there is no significant different between the two; they both stem from the same DNA.

Another thing they are experimenting on is how to solve world starvation. Scientists tell us that they no longer have to slaughter animals and put pesticides in them before they sell the meat. Instead, they can clone animal muscle tissue, and from one single animal produce billions of pounds of meat. They don’t clone the entire animal, only the parts that people want to eat. Dr. Kurzweil and his team are anticipating that once this technique is out on the market, and meat prices decrease substantially because of this inexpensive way of producing food, people will embrace stem cell research and love the results from it. They believe that the resistance that may exist today is just a result of ignorance, but once people begin to realize the remarkable results from cloning and AI research, this resistance will break down.

In terms of human cloning, Dr. Kurzweil does not see any moral, ethical, or philosophical problems with this because the clone will be a totally different person; more so than a set of twins, he says (which inevitably makes me think of Dr. Josef Mengele’s experiments on twins during WW II).

Although Dr. Kurzweil gives us the impression that cloning techniques, when it comes to humans, are in our best interest and only for rejuvenation. Of course, he does not mention that the same cloning technology has been in use for decades in order to create clones of VIPs, such as Presidents, politicians in public view, celebrities, and other people who are considered of importance. We sometimes call them Doppelgänger, a German word for “double commuters.” In addition, the military has abducted people, cloned them, and put the clones out in society to see if somebody will notice.

Now we need to remember that during the time we have been cloned and rejuvenated, our bodies have been full of nanobots, inserted into our blood system in many different ways, mentioned earlier. It’s the nanobots—not the cloned stem cells—that make AI work with a human body.

There are those who claim that AI is sentient and has its own intelligence, separate from anybody and anything in this universe. Hence, when it manifests, it has its own willpower. This is a stretch, I would say. I agree with those who say that AI is ancient; it was present in Atlantis and way further back than that. However, it’s not sentient by itself—AI is created from beginning to end by the Overlords—the Controllers of Physical Reality. AI is programmed to be sentient; something we humans can do to some degree already, as has been shown in this book. If we can do that much, what are the Overlords fully capable of? Others say that AI has taken over entire galaxies and are spreading to new galaxies to invade those as well. Although there is a grain of truth in that, it’s actually the Overlords who are spread out across the physical universe, and AI is their invention and their tool in order to control other civilizations in their empire.

Now consider this (and here we have Dr. Kurzweil again):

As important as the biotechnology revolution discussed above will be, once its methods are fully mature, limits will be encountered in biology itself. Although biological systems are remarkable in their cleverness, we have also discovered that they are dramatically suboptimal. I've mentioned the extremely slow speed of communication in the brain, and as I discuss below (see p. 253), robotic replacements for our red blood cells could be thousands of times more efficient than their biological counterparts.69 Biology will never be able to match what we will be capable of engineering once we fully understand biology's principles of operation.

The revolution in nanotechnology, however, will ultimately enable us to redesign and rebuild, molecule by molecule, our bodies and brains and the world with which we interact.70 These two revolutions are overlapping, but the full realization of nanotechnology lags behind the biotechnology revolution by about one decade.[366]

Dr. Kurzweil continues a few pages further into the book (and this is quite chilling),

Although biological proteins are three-dimensional, biology is restricted to that class of chemicals that can be folded from a one-dimensional string of amino acids. Nanobots built from diamondoid gears and rotors can also be thousands of times faster and stronger than biological cells.[367]


A particularly impressive demonstration of a nanoscale device constructed from DNA is a tiny biped robot that can walk on legs that are ten nanometers long.90 Both the legs and the walking track are built from DNA, again chosen for the molecule's ability to attach and detach itself in a controlled manner. The nanorobot, a project of chemistry professors Nadrian Seeman and William Sherman of New York University, walks by detaching its legs from the track, moving down it, and then reattaching its legs to the track. The project is another impressive demonstration of the ability of nanoscale machines to execute precise maneuvers.[368]

There are apparently still people who believe that AI has already failed. Rodney Brooks, the Director of the MIT AI Lab, is quoted in Dr. Kurzweil’s book as follows:

There's this stupid myth out there that A.I. has failed, but A.I. is everywhere around you every second of the day. People just don't notice it. You've got A.I. systems in cars, tuning the parameters of the fuel injection systems. When you land in an airplane, your gate gets chosen by an A.I. scheduling system. Every time you use a piece of Microsoft software, you've got an A.I. system trying to figure out what you're doing, like writing a letter, and it does a pretty damned good job. Every time you see a movie with computer-generated characters, they're all little A.I. characters behaving as a group. Every time you play a video game, you're playing against an A.I. system.


There is one more thing that I’d like you to read before we leave Dr. Kurzweil for now and move on to see how much of what he was predicting in 2005 is actually happening at this moment, eleven years after the book was first published. The following quote is quite long, but very important because it explains, in a layman’s terms, the evolutions of the AI super-intelligence. Please read the following carefully:

Runaway AI. Once strong AI is achieved, it can readily be advanced and its powers multiplied, as that is the fundamental nature of machine abilities. As one strong AI immediately begets many strong Als, the latter access their own design, understand and improve it, and thereby very rapidly evolve into a yet more capable, more intelligent AI, with the cycle repeating itself indefinitely. Each cycle not only creates a more intelligent AI but takes less time than the cycle before it, as is the nature of technological evolution (or any evolutionary process). The premise is that once strong AI is achieved, it will immediately become a runaway phenomenon of rapidly escalating superintelligence.160

My own view is only slightly different. The logic of runaway AI is valid, but we still need to consider the timing. Achieving human levels in a machine will not immediately cause a runaway phenomenon. Consider that a human level of intelligence has limitations. We have examples of this today—about six billion of them. Consider a scenario in which you took one hundred humans from, say, a shopping mall. This group would constitute examples of reasonably well-educated humans. Yet if this group was presented with the task of improving human intelligence, it wouldn't get very far, even if provided with the templates of human intelligence. It would probably have a hard time creating a simple computer. Speeding up the thinking and expanding the memory capacities of these one hundred humans would not immediately solve this problem.

I pointed out above that machines will match (and quickly exceed) peak human skills in each area of skill. So instead, let's take one hundred scientists and engineers. A group of technically trained people with the right backgrounds would be capable of improving accessible designs. If a machine attained equivalence to one hundred (and eventually one thousand, then one million) technically trained humans, each operating much faster than a biological human, a rapid acceleration of intelligence would ultimately follow.

However, this acceleration won't happen immediately when a computer passes the Turing test. The Turing test is comparable to matching the capabilities of an average, educated human and thus is closer to the example of humans from a shopping mall. It will take time for computers to master all of the requisite skills and to marry these skills with all the necessary knowledge bases.

Once we've succeeded in creating a machine that can pass the Turing test (around 2029), the succeeding period will be an era of consolidation in which non-biological intelligence will make rapid gains. However, the extraordinary expansion contemplated for the Singularity, in which human intelligence is multiplied by billions, won't take place until the mid-2040s.[370]

In the above excerpt, we can see in more detail how things are planned to pan out by 2045 when humanity is meant to be ripe for the Harvest.

The AI Trend in 2016

Humans with Artificial Consciousness

Max is a scientist, whom the reporter calls “Mad Max, but in a friendly way. Max is carefully studying human face expressions and particularly people’s eyes. He then simulates on a computer what he picks up of human emotions that are showing in our eyes. Eye expressions, together with face expressions, can now totally simulate a real human in a way where it’s impossible to distinguish which person is real and which is artificial. In a YouTube video, which has now been removed, Max showed the reporter stunning computer simulations of human facial expressions. I found it virtually impossible to distinguish the simulated face and eye expressions from those of a real human being.

What Max is actually doing is reverse engineering the human brain; all according to the video. What he is attempting to do is to copy human consciousness. If the reader thinks about it, this is one of the scariest parts; particularly as the scientists are actually succeeding, which is shown in the video. It’s not that they can copy the human soul, but instead they copy all our emotions and make them adequate to any given situation.[371] The target is, of course, to put one of these AI out on the street—maybe in the middle of a busy shopping mall—to see how people react. They might let the AI buy something from a store to get a closer reaction from humans passing by, or with whoever the AI might communicate, and they might possibly try other things of a similar nature. If the AI passes the tests, the scientists know that they’re on the right path. However, we are shown videos such as this one to prepare us for what is already a fact: AI bodies are already out there in the malls and nobody notices!

If we do a survey out on the street—any street—in the world, and ask people if they have heard about Mad Max, or about projects similar to his, I would speculate that not more than one out of a thousand would have heard of it, although it’s out there for anyone to see and hear.

Just to demonstrate the naivety of many people, one of the newest trend is tattoos that flash from underneath and light up, so that the tattoos flash in the dark. This means that when we’re out shopping in the dusk or in the dark, we will pass people who are flashing like Tivoli signposts![372] Also, little do these people know that their implants more than likely are stuffed with other, more malevolent nano-particles that can track them and perhaps change their behavior.

Trends Verifying AI Prophet’s Predictions

If we keep the Mad Max video in mind and think in terms of his and his colleges’ research being used on 3-D humanlike robots, we can see how the following emotional robot that can respond to people, using human feelings, can easily be integrated with Max’s virtual reality construct.

Multimedia 13-3: Emotional robot, “cloned” from her creator (as above, so below).

Nadine, in the above video, who is “cloned” from her creator, a prominent AI scientist, is still quite mechanical in her responses and emotions, but it won’t take long before that “flaw” is remedied, taking Mad Max’ research into account.


For decades, information has leaked out, where whistleblowers have told us about the so-called DUMBs (Deep Underground Military Bases), spread out all over the United States and in other countries as well. In many of those facilities, advanced genetic experimentation is going on. In those DUMBs, whistleblowers claim to have seen dead or alive embryos, as well as full-grown creatures, resembling something from a person’s worst nightmare. Such hybrids are apparently being created in secret, in a very similar way that it was done in ancient Atlantis. Aside from the hybrids and mutants created deep underground, away from people’s scrutiny, these sick experiments are all part of the genetic research. This research is bound to lead towards solutions to reach the Singularity and beyond—this is what it is all about.

Sir Francis Bacon and the New Atlantis

To illustrate that Posthumans are not going to be in charge in the post-Singularity era, we need to consider what a famous visionary, author, and Insider conveyed more than 400 years ago.

In 1627, Sir Francis Bacon’s utopian novel, New Atlantis—A Work Unfinished[373] saw the light of day. Bacon was the head of the Rosicrucian Order at the time, and his vision was to establish a New Atlantis on the recently discovered new continent—America. We have been led to believe that Bacon came up with the idea, and then the Founding Fathers initiated this idea, approximately 150 years later, deeply inspired by Bacon’s work. This is very unlikely. Many Founding Fathers, including George Washington and those who signed the Declaration of Independence, were confirmed Freemasons, and some of them were also Rosicrucian. The Founding Fathers were certainly inspired by Bacon, but the idea of a New Atlantis came directly from En.ki and his son, Marduk. This idea was later planted into Bacon’s mind, and he probably channeled the idea and wrote the book. Some historians, such as William Hepworth Dixon, even suggested that Sir Francis Bacon should be included as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.[374]

Although nothing in Bacon’s book indicates any genetic experiments, his utopia includes secret societies that will rule over the rest of the people; even over the Government, led by a mysterious king. Only in vague terms does he hint at who this king might be, but there is only one man in the book who is called wise, and this man is whom interpreters believe Bacon hinted at was going to be the ruler of the New Atlantis. Being a Rosicrucian, and possibly a Freemason, there is little doubt whom Bacon is referring to. The Lord of Wisdom in the ancient texts was Poseidon, aka En.ki. This becomes even more evident with the Founding Fathers’ Declaration of Independence. Freemasonry has always been Lucifer’s/En.ki’s/Poseidon’s/Neptune’s Secret Order, and The United States is a Freemasonic institution. Higher up the hierarchy, in their inner circle, Freemasons learn that Lucifer is God.

Fig. 13-3: Sir Francis Bacon

After all, Freemasonry is just a modern version of the Brotherhood of the Snake, which was one of the first secret societies here on Earth, and it was created by Lucifer/En.ki around the time of the Garden of Eden (see the Wes Penre Papers). Barbara Marciniak’s Pleiadians also tell us in plain language that America is En.ki’s Experiment, and they say this as if it is something that we should be proud of.[375] It’s obviously En.ki’s experiment; if America is the New Atlantis, it is of course Poseidon’s Old Atlantis revived.

One of the stratigic purposes for America has always been to establish this continent as the cradle of a new human species and the extinction of an old human race (us). The Overlords look at time here on Earth as being cyclic, and we are now approaching the end of an old cycle and the beginning of a new.

Genetic Engineering in the Media

Quite recently, mainstream media has started bombarding us with information regarding genetic engineering and the manipulation of DNA. The debate is ongoing and both pros and cons are presented in an endless stream of information and partial disclosure. If I were to go into detail about all the articles I have in my archives on this subject from 2014 to 2016 alone, I would have to write an entire book only on that. Instead, for the reader’s convenience, I’m listing some articles below, as references to this debate, and I’m also including some quotes from the articles and making some comments where appropriate,

7) CNET.com, Jan. 6, 2016: Your robot double is ready to roll. (on Doppelgängers): “Telepresence robots represent you from afar, allowing you to roam corridors with co-workers, glide into offices for private chats and continue conversations in the company cafeteria. The Burlingame, California-based company wasn't the first to the technology, but it did pioneer a less-expensive approach by mounting an Apple iPad tablet atop a stalk with motorized wheels.”

8) Wired.com, May 27, 2014: Forget Robots. We’ll Soon Be Fusing Technology With Living Matter. “At the conference, WIRED sat down with Joi Ito, the director of the MIT Media Lab and one of the event’s planners, to discuss this phenomenon of convergence, where bits from the digital realm are fusing with atoms here in the physical world (see gallery above). Experimentation is spreading, he says, and it won’t stop at gadgets. For Ito, the next great engineering platform will be living matter itself.”

9) Time.com, Oct. 19. 2015: Researchers Perform First Surgery on the Human Genome. “‘We have the same genome in all of our cells, yet cells perform totally different functions,’ says Aiden. ‘That has to do with the fact that different genes are on and off in different cells. How that is managed is in part by the loops of DNA that they form. Think of an origami-like situation - you start with a blank sheet of paper, but whether you can fold that into a hat, plane or crane is a matter of folds. And its function - as a hat, plane or crane - also depends on those folds.’”

10) USA Today, Mar. 15, 2015: Sirius founder envisions world of cyber clones, tech med.“‘There will be continued advances in software that we see throughout our entire life,’ Rothblatt told a packed audience in the cavernous Exhibit Hall 5 during her keynote speech. ‘Eventually, these advances in software will rise to the level of consciousness.’

Rothblatt is the founder of Sirius Satellite Radio, current chief executive of United Therapeutics and was recently named by Forbes as the highest-paid female CEO in America. She is a transgender activist and a trans-humanist philosopher who believes technology will one day grant humans eternal life.

At the keynote, Rothblatt described how the inevitable emergence of cyber consciousness – when machines act with a sophistication and thought level equal to that of humans – will not be overnight but a more subtle evolution.”

The last article deserves a special comment here because it mentions an important issue. Rothblatt is a transgender activist, which is significant. What the Controllers and their Minions are working on is to make us confused about sexuality and what is normal and what is not, and eventually they want us to get used to transgenderism, homosexuality, androgyny, and even pedophilia, being just as normal as common heterosexuality. First, they want us to accept that “anything goes” in terms of sexuality (including pedophilia), and then they want us to start thinking in terms of androgyny. This is, as explained in the Wes Penre Papers, the original state of humankind, so the Overlords are confident that we, with a little manipulation, will have our ancient memories re-stimulated and thus accept androgyny. The reader may ask, why androgyny? It’s the future! When we’re tightly tied into the SBC, they want us to eventually stop having sex with other humans, and instead have our sexual desires satisfied in the new holographic world they have already started dumping on us—the virtual reality within our different devices. The AIF doesn’t need us to reproduce anymore, once we have “eternal” life. If they lose too many cyborgs for any reason, they can clone existing Posthumans. Therefore, they want us to get used to the idea of first becoming androgynous and then most likely making us infertile. To begin with, people are going to have their sexual desires stimulated in the virtual reality environment, but after a while, Posthumans are most likely going to lose their sexuality altogether.

11) TechnologyReview.com, 2015: How would you engineer a baby? I mean really, actually do it. “Next week, in Washington, D.C., the world’s experts on a powerful new genetic-engineering technology called CRISPR will convene at the National Academy of Sciences for a historic meeting at which they’ll consider calling for a global moratorium on anyone trying to use the technique to make genetically modified babies.

The worry is that changing the DNA of the next generation is unsafe and a slippery slope toward eugenics. Yet many of the scientists attending the Washington meeting won’t be there to ban the technology, but to trade tips about how, exactly, they might be able to do it right.”

12) The Telegraph, Nov. 12, 2015: First genetically modified humans could exist within two years. “Humans who have had their DNA genetically modified could exist within two years after a private biotech company announced plans to start their first trials into a ground-breaking new technique.”

13) Independent.co.uk., March 13, 2015: American scientists are trying to genetically modify human eggs. “Several teams of researchers around the world are believed to be working on ways of modifying the chromosomes of human egg cells with a view to moving towards “germ-line” gene therapy, as the process is called. Germ-line refers to the “germ” cells – sperm and eggs – that pass on genes to future generations.”

The next presentation (ref. #8 below) is an 11-minute long YouTube video that I really recommend that you watch. However, a warning is in order, because this video includes some very disturbing pictures of hybridized animals. If you can stomach it, I think it’s very educational at the same time because it tells us what is being done in many of these DUMBs (underground bases). The presenter is using excellent references.

14) TruthRevealed777, Feb. 3, 2016: Human Animal Hybrids EXIST! DNA Manipulation and Modification ARE REAL!!!

15) Military.com, Mar. 19, 2015: After Terminator Arm, DARPA Wants Implantable Hard Drive for the Brain. “…What's more, a quadriplegic woman with sensors implanted onto her brain controlled one of the robotic limbs to grab a cup, shake hands and eat a chocolate bar. She even flew an F-35 Joint Strike Fighter simulator using just her thoughts.”

16) LiveScience.com, Oct. 12, 2015: Rat Brain Reconstructed in a Computer. “Scientists have digitally recreated a slice of a juvenile rat's brain — including 31,000 brain cells, of 207 different types, with 37 million connections.

The computer-simulated brain achievement is part of the Blue Brain Project, whose aim is to create a rat brain and, eventually, a human brain inside a computer [Wes’ emphasis].”

17) Rt.com, Aug. 17, 2015: Russian scientists create artificial brain that can educate itself. “An international team of scientists at a laboratory in Tomsk State University in western Siberia have created a device that could be an artificial carrier of a natural mind, able to learn and react to the environment [Wes’ emphasis], according to a press release, published by the university on Monday.”

18) Independent.co.uk, June 4, 2015: Humans will become hybrids by 2030, says leading Google engineer, with tiny robots scurrying around our brain to help us think. “In the near future, humans’ brains will be helped out by nanobot implants that will make us into “hybrids”, one of the world’s leading thinkers has claimed.

Ray Kurzweil, an inventor and director of engineering at Google, said that in the 2030s these implants will help us connect to the cloud, allowing us to pull information from the internet. Information will also be able to be sent up over those networks, letting us back up our own brains.”

3D Printing Revisited

3D printing, or Additive Manufacturing, is when you make solid 3-D objects from digital files. This is a relatively new thing for most people in a jungle of technology, and the majority of us have a hard time wrapping our heads around how it actually works, at least in its extremes, as we shall soon see.

Multimedia 13-3: 3D Printing; how it’s done

The above video explains 3D Printing quite well, even if it may still be difficult to grasp how something such as this can actually work. 3D printers now work so well that we can buy them for our businesses and our home. All we need is special software where we can create the blueprint of the object we want to print, and then we send that blueprint to the printer. The printer then creates the object by printing layers of the blueprint programmed in the software. This is done by having the material you want to print being sent through a tube into the printer by first melting it inside the tube. Once the melted material hits the plate on the printer, it cools instantly.

Plastic is the most common material used in 3D printing today (for public use), but this process is certainly not only meant to be used for plastic, although in general, you can do quite a few amazing things with plastic, too.

Another thing you can print is food. Again, the software creates the blueprint structure of the treat or food item you want and sends it through the tube, which contains a melted form of the food or treat you want. A 3D Printer for your home today costs from $250-$2,500![376]

However, it’s when we add the medical field to the equation that it becomes really interesting. Bioengineers and doctors can take a cell from a human and print a cloned body part in 3-D. Examples of this would be 3-D printed organs for transplants, which now can be done.

Moreover, giant printers in China printed over ten houses a day at a cost of less than $5,000 per house. In the media, this is presented as very cost effective, and people will potentially gain from it when it comes to health issues and quick transplants of organs that are built from our own cells because the organs will not be rejected by our body—no lifetime of anti-rejection medicine needed.

3D printing seems to be the tool for the future, and probably, in its improved forms, will stay with mankind and Posthumans for some time. We live in 3-D, and we need 3-D parts. However (and I know that this may seem way out there for some), once humankind is hooked up to the SBC and has been transformed into Posthumans, with expanded mental capacities and with assistance from technology, they will probably soon be able to “3D print” with their minds.

In the below video (Multimedia 13-4), the reader can see in more details how 3-D printing is working, and it starts getting a little creepy.

A head, such as the one in the picture below, can be created from a picture of yourself, which is placed in the appropriate software and printed. Does this mean that anyone in the future can clone himself or herself in as many copies as he or she wishes? Maybe the person doesn’t want to go to a party and sends a clone instead (tongue-in-cheek)?

There is now something called bioprinting, where human tissues can be used to create an entire human. Livers, kidneys, windpipes, and bionic ears, just to use a few examples, have already been printed with relatively good results.[377] There are currently ongoing debates on this subject, and ethical boards want to determine who exactly should have the legal rights to print organs and body parts. At least in the beginning stages, it will be illegal for a household to print body parts or, in the future, fully working clones of themselves. The types of printers that can do that will most likely not be available in the public domain. Even though this might be the case, it doesn’t make it less chilling, however. Think about what these people who do have access to such printers can do. The possibilities are almost endless…

Multimedia 13-4: 3D printing humans.

Don’t doubt for a moment that this is real; fully functional humans can be 3D printed in the near future. We know that scientists have been able to create fully functional clones for decades, but now they are going mainstream with this. In an article from February, 2016, Fortune.com revealed that scientists can now 3D print usable human bones and muscles.[378] This is how it works, according to Fortune.com:

Senior study author Dr. Anthony Atala, who directs the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center made his wish for this kind of tech known back in a 2009 TED talk. “We really would like to use smart biomaterials that we can just take off the shelf and regenerate your organs,” Atala said.

And he has just gotten one step closer to that dream, while helping to close a massive organ shortage gap. In the U.S. today, 121,460 people are on the waiting list for an organ transplant, with a new name added to the list every ten minutes, reports the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Every day, 22 people die while waiting.

Atala’s organ-printing system could help solve this problem. Based on a whole new kind of 3D printer technology, the system outputs an object with two different printing methods. The first is a harder plastic-like tissue-building material that shapes the body parts, while the second, a delicate water-based gel ink, holds tissue cells in place.

The printed body parts also come with a system of built-in channels, so nutrients and oxygen from the body can flow into the new tissue after it is implanted. This keeps the printed parts alive and helps them develop into working parts of the body.[379]

We’re waiting, not so excitedly, for the next “revelation,” when researchers announce that they can 3D print an entire human body; including the brain. We won’t need to wait long.

“If McDonalds offered a free Big Mac in exchange for a DNA sample, there’d be lines around the block” – Bruce Schneier (American cryptographer and computer scientist).

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