Post #93

The following information is from INTERCESSORS FOR AMERICA – IFAPRAY.ORG Special Report

Transhumanism began in the 1950s through founder Julian Huxley, an evolutionary biologist from England who said, “God is a hypothesisconstructed by man.” The World Transhumanism Association defines it as: “A philosophy that advocates for theuse of technology in order to overcome our biological limitations and to transform the humancondition. It is part of the natural evolution of the human being, or an extension ofhumanization.” The Transhumanists declare that technology will radically change humanity. They envision more robust, athletic humans who can overcome disease, disabilities, and aging. By merging human bodies and brains with artificial intelligence, they foresee eternal life.

The end game of transhumanism is to enhance all aspects of the human body and brain. Transhumanists have developed nanobots, small organisms. They wish to prolong life, even to the point of eternal life, increase intelligence and thinking power exponentially, and become one with the Internet by merging with the digital realm. They also want to fuse humanity with the machine, even to the point of becoming cyborgs, to remove all boundaries, even those which separate male and female, to create a collective consciousness (hive mind) by connecting humans to “the cloud.”

Nanorobots are injected into the body and can circulate in the blood and even penetrate the blood-brain barrier. This penetration paves the way for neural-interface technologies that allow human brains to connect/merge with computers. How small are nanomaterials? Nanomaterials have been intrinsic to the development of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines. These mRNA-based vaccines utilize liposomes or lipid nanoparticles as a delivery vehicle. Outside of the cytoplasm, mRNA degrades quickly, and thus liposomes ensure that the payload enters the cell and is available for transcription. Liposomes deliver sensitive biomolecules into the cell in several capacities, such as CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing.


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