“Posthumans will be almost entirely augmented — human minds in artificial, eternally upgradable bodies…Human nature is at a crossroads. In the coming decades we will experience a radical upgrading…Genetic engineering, biotechnology, nanorobotics (microscopic robots inside the body) will bit by bit replace the fully biological body.”—Natasha Vita-More, Humanity+ Executive Director
“There has been a distinct warming up to human-less, contactless technology. Humans are biohazards, machines are not.”—Anuja Sonalker, founder and CEO of STEER Tech
“So we just went ahead and fixed the glitch.”—Bob Slydell
So what is transhumanism, the ideology motivating the leading faction of self-styled “masters of mankind” driving the Great Reset largely from the shadows, particularly as these self-identified transhumanists define it? The global transhumanist organization Humanity+ defines it as the drive to eliminate aging and expand human capabilities, with technology used to “move beyond what some would think of as ‘human.’” Humanity+ Executive Director Natasha Vita-More states that transhumanism has “become a worldview that represents the currents in global society.” This is absolutely true, particularly as the medical tyranny of 2020 opened the doors to all sorts of possibilities for the ruling class. Despite the fact that Vita-More’s “Transhumanist Manifesto” declares that “each person deserves the right of genetic liberty,” the majority of the ruling class does not agree.
Relying on science and technology to improve human life is one thing, but using it to augment or modify it in a fundamentally transformative nature is quite another. The agenda often is hiding in plain sight. Consider Moderna, which offers a COVID-19 mRNA “vaccine” (COVID—certificate of vaccination identification, perhaps?)—Mod(ify) RNA. This isn’t some kind of secret—it is part of their mission statement and, from the biotechnology company’s founding until 2018, their name was stylized ModeRNA. Their CEO Stéphane Bancel is a Harvard MBA and also attended the University of Minnesota, one of the main incubators of the transgender agenda. The University of Minnesota also houses the Charles Babbage Institute, which per its mission statement, “design[s] and administer[s] research projects in the history of information technology and engage[s] in original research that is disseminated through scholarly publications, conference presentations, and the CBI website.” It was founded in 1978 by the Jewish couple Erwin and Adelle Tomash as the International Charles Babbage Society with its office in Palo Alto, California, very close to Stanford University.
Interestingly, in 1965 at Stanford University, Jews Joshua Lederberg, Edward Feigenbaum, and Carl Djerassi (considered the “father of the birth control pill”) devised the computer program DENDRAL (dendritic algorithm) for the elucidation of the molecular structure of unknown organic compounds taken from known groups of such compounds, such as the alkaloids and the steroids, which served as a prototype for expert systems (“In artificial intelligence, an expert system is a computer system emulating the decision-making ability of a human expert”) and was one of the first uses of artificial intelligence in biomedical research. In 1973 DENDRAL was hosted by SUMEX-AIM (Stanford University Medical Experimental Computer—Artificial Intelligence in Medicine), a national computer resource for AI applications in biomedicine. Users at universities and hospitals across the country were connected to SUMEX via the US Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET); also in 1973, University College of London and the Royal Radar Establishment (Norway) were connected to ARPANET. In 1978, Lederberg was named President of Rockefeller University, in which capacity he served until 1990. He was also a scientific advisor to the US government including the Department of Defense. Feigenbaum established the Knowledge Systems Laboratory at Stanford; among his doctoral students is included the Israeli-American Alon Yitzchack Halevy, a research scientist at Google from 2005–2015 before eventually moving on to Facebook AI where he brings expertise in data integration (“Data integration is a group of technical and business processes…that combine data from disparate sources into a meaningful and valuable data set for business intelligence and business analytics”), which is useful for predictive purposes and modeling behavior. Facebook has a rather rich set of data inputs with the vast array of personal information entered by its 2.89 billion users, a pretty good sample size of humanity. If you think the use will be or is benign, consider the funding that helped launch Facebook we covered last time. Consider Google’s connections discussed last time as well.
Among other projects, Facebook AI is invested in the Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC), partnering with the Partnership on AI and Microsoft, and academics from Cornell Tech, MIT, the University of Oxford, UC Berkeley, the University of Maryland-College Park, and SUNY-Albany. Guess who’s in the Partnership on AI? That would be, among many others: The New York Times, Mozilla, McKinsey, Microsoft, the ACLU, the Future of Humanity Institute at the University of Oxford, the MIT Media Lab, the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, IBM, GLAAD, Google, Human Rights Watch, Facebook, Chatham House, CBC Radio-Canada, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Article 19, the BBC, Apple, Accenture, Amazon, the American Psychological Association, the UNDP, UNICEF, the SoftBank Group, the Australian National University’s 3A Innovation Institute (“3A is an innovation institute at the Australian National University intent on creating a new applied science to manage the future of cyber-physical systems—autonomous systems super-charged by Big Data, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence”), and DeepMind (acquired by Google in 2014).
It is worth mentioning that the three countries by far the most invested in AI and adjacent and often-overlapping fields, including biotech both public and private (a false binary in this day and age), are the US, China, and Israel. The Israeli connections include such companies as Diagnostic Robotics, which is in demand abroad for the seemingly ubiquitous contact tracing/health monitoring with COVID-19 as the justification, and in the broader surveillance realm as well. Diagnostic Robotics partnered with the state of Rhode Island on its COVID-19 Self Checker AI remote assessment and monitoring platform, and is part of the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition. Their Medical and Scientific Board features connections to Harvard, MIT, and the Boston-area medical community, and their Vice President of Business Development went to Columbia, is a management consultant with McKinsey, and is a Senior Director with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. There are also Israeli Air Force connections.
Suffice it to say that AI is deeply embedded in elite institutions across several countries.
Additionally, I must pause here to both apologize to the reader and explain the purpose of such detail and density. It is not my intent to overwhelm but rather to illustrate that the goal of the “elites” is in no small part to do just the former. Further, they operate using byzantine networks and velocity of data, and model interactions in the human realm increasingly close to that of the machine realm. We are dealing with the onset of advanced intelligences here that are very likely crafting specific scenarios beyond human capacity—but informed by human capacity—in order to further an agenda that may well indeed be beyond human capacity.
I will provide a few more illustrative examples here so that the reader may understand more fully what I am talking about. As with another World Economic Forum Board of Trustees member Marc Benioff, fellow Jew Martine Rothblatt—an avowed transhumanist—sits at the nexus of the various strands of this agenda. Rothblatt, like Benioff, is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Alcor Life Extension Foundation, a non-profit focused on cryonics and helmed for almost a decade by Natasha Vita-More’s husband, Max More, who remains an Ambassador and President Emeritus.
Max More also co-founded the Extropy Institute, which is now-shuttered; according to its website the Extropy Institute was a “networking ideas exchange devoted to developing strategies for the future. Extropy is a symbol for continued progress and reflects the extent of a living or organizational systems intelligence, functional order, vitality, and capacity and drive for improvement. Extropy is an essential element of transhumanism.” According to Max More, writing in 1996, the “Extropy Institute is building a culture favoring physical and intellectual augmentation, life extension, and a free and responsible society (here, in cyberspace, or off-Earth).”
The Extropy Institute was affiliated with UNICEF-Africa and worked with Friends of the United Nations. Max More was the Chair of the Board of Directors while Natasha Vita-More was the President. The Jewish Marvin Minsky, a Jeffrey Epstein associate and recipient of Epstein funding for numerous projects as well as the co-founder of MIT’s AI laboratory, was on the Institute’s Council of Advisors, as was the Jewish Ray Kurzweil, author of The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology. Kurzweil’s correspondence with Marvin Minsky as a teenager convinced him to study at MIT; he is currently employed by Google, which is an integral part of this agenda.
Kurzweil, who in a 2009 interview with Rolling Stone admitted that he’d like to exhume his father and clone his DNA, has also worked with the Army Science Board and NASA in the past. According to an interview with Wired from 2002 called “Ray Kurzweil’s Plan: Never Die”:
Just in case he does happen to die, he’ll have his body cryogenically frozen and preserved by Alcor, the company that the late baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams now calls home, to be thawed when the technology to reanimate him has been developed. … He plans to outwit the medical establishment on a grander scale by achieving eternal life. … I don’t think we have to die. And the technology and the means of making that a reality is close at hand.
Marvin Minsky and the transgender transhumanist Martine Rothblatt are now on the Scientific Advisory Board of Alcor. Further strengthening the ties between transgenderism (and the inescapable connection to deviant sexuality) and transhumanism, from the same interview, the interviewer asks, “How does Ramona [Kurzweil’s 25-year-old female rock star alter-ego] feel about extreme life extension?” Kurzweil continues:
A virtual person doesn’t have to worry about life extension. When she was first created, she was 25 and that was two years ago and she’s still 25. In the virtual world they’ve already mastered remaining at an optimal age. But I do feel that we have other people inside of us. I’m one of the few people who has had the experience of looking in the mirror and seeing a completely different manifestation of themselves. That’s what the experience is like. It’s like you’re looking in the mirror and instead of seeing what I generally see in the mirror I saw this 25-year-old woman. And I could kind of get into being her. … This experience will be quite ubiquitous I’d say in 10 years from now, until we can go inside the nervous system and actually create virtual reality from within. That’s more of a late 2020s scenario. … It’s a way of exploring different types of relationships, heterosexual couples could both change their genders, which would be very cool.
The homosexual Peter Thiel (whose company Palantir is integral to the COVID-19 “vaccine” allocation aspect of Operation Warp Speed, among many other aspects of the globalist-transhumanist agenda) shares a similar obsession with immortality not just with Kurzweil and company but by a great many of the “elites” behind the Great Reset and the other spokes of the globalist agenda.
Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and Board member of Facebook, has written that he “stands against … the inevitability of the death of every individual,” and as part of his regimen to prolong life indefinitely, he allegedly takes human growth hormone and, according to a 2016 interview, Thiel
signed up with cryogenics company Alcor to be deep-frozen when (or if, a more optimistic death-cheating evangelist would say) he dies. There are three ways you can approach death, Thiel has said. “You can accept it, you can deny it, or you can fight it. I think our society is dominated by people who are into denial or acceptance, and I prefer to fight it.” … Given Thiel’s obsession with warding off death, it comes as no surprise that the Silicon Valley billionaire is interested in at least one radical way of doing it: injecting himself with a young person’s blood. … Jeff Bercovici of Inc. magazine published [an] interview with Thiel, in which the venture-capitalist explains that he’s interested in parabiosis, which includes the practice of getting transfusions of blood from a younger person. … Bercovici notes that Silicon Valley is abound with rumors of wealthy tech elites experimenting with parabiosis, and Gawker has reported that it received a tip in June claiming that Thiel “spends $40,000 per quarter to get an infusion of blood from an 18-year-old based on research conducted at Stanford on extending the lives of mice.”
Thiel has invested with Aubrey de Grey, who is also on Alcor’s Scientific Advisory Board, as is Ralph Merkle, whose biography is reported by the Alcor website thusly:
Dr. Merkle co-invented public key cryptography. … His current research interest is molecular manufacturing (also called nanotechnology). The central objective of molecular manufacturing is the design, modeling, and manufacture of systems that can inexpensively fabricate most products that can be specified in atomic detail. This would include, for example, molecular logic elements connected in complex patterns to form molecular computers, molecular robotic arms or Stewart platforms (e.g., positional devices) able to position individual atoms or clusters of atoms under programmatic control (useful if we wish to make molecular computers and other molecular manufacturing systems), and a wide range of other molecular devices. … Further interests include cryonics, medical applications of nanotechnology, computational chemistry, reversible computing, neuroscience, extropians, and other areas. He is also interested in cryptography (including one-way hash functions and digital signatures based on one-way hash functions). … Dr. Merkle is an executive editor of the journal Nanotechnology … , which publishes a broad range of articles both on molecular manufacturing and nano-scale research in general. He is a former Director of the Foresight Institute.
Natasha Vita-More was a Senior Associate at the Foresight Institute, based in Palo Alto and focused on the development of nanotechnology. Co-founder K. Eric Drexler’s doctoral advisor at MIT was Marvin Minsky. While at MIT, Drexler (who plans to be cryonically preserved “in the event of legal death”) participated in NASA summer studies on space colonies and has continued to be involved with research into outer-space possibilities and technologies. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute, which is housed at the University of Oxford; Anders Sandberg, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Extropy Institute, is also a Senior Research Fellow. Nick Bostrom is the Future of Humanity Institute’s (FHI) Director. FHI researchers have given policy advice at the World Economic Forum, and to the MacArthur Foundation and the World Health Organization, as well as to various governmental entities.
Bostrom, More, and Drexler all spoke at the inaugural Singularity Summit in 2006 at Stanford University; it was founded by Kurzweil, Thiel, and the Jewish Eliezer Shlomo Yudkowsky (who tweeted in January 2018: “People who call me arrogant must seriously not know anything about Jewish culture. Every Orthodox Jew grows up hearing stories about all the famous Jews who got into arguments with God, and the most admired figures of all are those who, like Moses, won their arguments. Like I am *way* more deferential towards moderately superhuman AGIs [artificial general intelligences] than a Jew is toward God.”) through what is now the Machine Intelligence Research Institute in initial collaboration with Stanford and with funding from Thiel. Other speakers at the Singularity Summit, which no longer takes place, have included the Jewish artificial intelligence researcher Ben Goertzel, the Jewish immunologist and regeneration biologist Ellen Heber-Katz, the Jewish animal cognition scientist Irene Pepperberg (MIT Media Lab, Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence), the Jewish blogger and writer Cory Doctorow, the Jewish scientist and author Douglas Hofstadter, Sebastian Thrun (founder of Google X and Google’s self-driving car team), the Jewish science journalist Carl Zimmer, the Jewish scientist and researcher Max Tegmark (MIT), the Jewish co-founder of the Center for Applied Rationality Julia Galef, the Jewish psychologist and author Steven Pinker, the Jewish scientist and businessman Stephen Wolfram, and more.
Tegmark and his wife Meia Chita-Tegmark are co-founders of the Future of Life Institute along with Jaan Tallinn (a founding engineer of Skype and Kazaa, also of the Future of Humanity Institute and the Machine Intelligence Research Institute), Victoria Krakovna (a research scientist in AI safety at DeepMind; her PhD thesis in statistics and machine learning at Harvard University focused on building interpretable models), and Anthony Aguirre (the Faggin Presidential Professor for the Physics of Information at UC Santa Cruz; creator of the science and technology prediction platform Metaculus.com). Their Scientific Advisory Board includes for some reason Morgan Freeman and Alan Alda, as well as individuals like Bostrom and Stuart Russell, a computer science professor at Berkeley and the Director of the Center for Intelligent Systems, as well as a Fellow and former Executive Council member of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. Elon Musk is also on the Scientific Advisory Board and is a top donor along with the Jewish Sam Harris and the Jewish Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s Open Philanthropy Project. Among Musk’s many projects is Neuralink, which is focused on developing implantable brain–machine interfaces. Neuralink shares a headquarters with OpenAI, whose CEO Sam Altman is Jewish. Peter Thiel is, in addition to Musk, a major backer of the OpenAI project.
Comprising the nucleus of these extropians, individuals like Thiel and Kurzweil
would become transhuman, possessing “drastically augmented intellects, memories, and physical powers,” or maybe even post human. They envisioned a future in which human brains would be downloaded and preserved for posterity. So, too, would the human body, through cryogenics. … They helped set the stage for a sector of the tech industry that has, of late, been flooded with money from philanthropists and venture capitalists alike. Life extension, artificial intelligence, robotics, and other posthuman ambitions are still very much a part of the techno-utopian agenda, in a way that’s more mainstream than ever. Venture capitalist Peter Thiel is looking into blood transfusions as an anti-aging treatment. (“PETER THIEL IS VERY, VERY INTERESTED IN YOUNG PEOPLE’S BLOOD,” Inc. reported last summer.) Google co-founder Larry Page has invested $750 million in Calico, a laboratory for anti-aging technologies. And in 2012, Google appointed Ray Kurzweil, a futurist who believes artificial intelligence will soon allow humans to transcend biology, as an engineering director. … Anders Sandberg, a neuroscientist working on mind uploading, wishes literally to become an “emotional machine.”
These are the people and this is the ideology animating the Great Reset and the dominant strain of globalism we are seeing unfold before our very eyes at this moment as it moves from “simply” shadow domination through the financial system and in influence in other corridors of power to something far darker, that would see too many of the kinds of connections to the work being done with “living vaccine factories” and hydra vulgaris at UC Davis, for example—the latter of which in the Hydra 2.0 Genome Project also includes the NIH. Though I cannot say for certain how long this particular vision has been directing globalism nor how many major figures in the One World regime are fully invested in this image of immortality, certainly a great many have no limitations to their own delusions of grandeur.
“Does God exist?” Ray Kurzweil asks. “I would say, ‘Not yet.’”
 For the ACLU: “Far from compromising civil liberties, vaccine mandates actually further civil liberties. They protect the most vulnerable among us, including people with disabilities and fragile immune systems, children too young to be vaccinated and communities of color hit hard by the disease.”
 Philipkoski, Kristen, “Ray Kurzweil’s Plan: Never Die,” November 18, 2002. Wired.
 Kosoff, Maya, “Peter Thiel Wants to Inject Himself with Young People’s Blood,” August 1, 2016. Vanity Fair Hive.
 Wiener, Anna, “Only Human,” February 16, 2017. New Republic.