Within our lifetimes, man and machine will merge, the impact will be Biblical, and the outcome will be detrimental.
Our future is being guided not by those who have the best in mind for humanity but rather by lunatic “enlightened” scientists, futurists, and technologists. God predicted these days in scripture, and an age old deception carries on. This time around, the “Apple” mentioned in Genesis is technology, and the Serpent is in the machine.
Through technology, mankind has crafted exceptional tools to further humanity and make work easier. But also through technology comes the aspect of spiritual science and spiritual technology is known as metaphysics.
According to one individual Ray Kurzweil, the author of The Age of Spiritual Machines and the current director of engineering at Google, machine intelligence will match that of humans by 2029, and by roughly 2045 man and machine will merge, entirely. With technology continually on an exponential timeline, a machine could match human intelligence much sooner than the date Kurzweil gave because there are significant technological advances every two years, the same goes for the merger.
Kurzweil recently stated “what’s actually happening is [machines] are powering all of us. …They’re making us smarter. They may not yet be inside our bodies, but by the 2030s, we will connect our neocortex, the part of our brain where we do our thinking, to the cloud.”
Kurzweil is a philosopher, and he is not the only one pushing the agenda of transhumanism, there are many others dating far back to who is known as the originator of transhumanism ideology. No, it’s not a “techy” from the 1950’s, it was actually a priest, a Jesuit priest named Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Pierre was a French idealist philosopher and Jesuit priest who trained as a paleontologist and geologist and took part in the discovery of Peking Man.
Upon tracing the origins of transhumanism, several names come about, and a couple of them are Julian Huxley, a well-known eugenicist, and Nikolai Fedorov a Russian Orthodox ascetic. Understanding the origins of transhumanism can shed light on just how this will impact the church as a whole because most of the people involved in bringing this futuristic enlightenment about are church rejects or occultists, not atheists.
Being that the originators are not atheists, but rather the majority of them are in fact ex-members of churches, and/or religions we can contrive that their ideology is based on spiritual practice rather than mere material aspirations. Just as Adam and Eve were deceived by the serpent to disobey God, so are the ‘enlightened’ deceived by the serpent to aspire to be God. (Click to Article)