Transhumanism: The Anti-Human ‘Singularity’ Agenda



At a TED-like techno-geek symposium in the 2014 film Transcendence, Artificial Intelligence guru Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is asked by an audience member, “So you want to create your own god?” And he answers, “Isn’t that what man has always done?”

This smarmy remark is indicative of the hubris and arrogance of scientism, the belief that science can solve all the problems on this planet, while scientists can have fun playing god at the same time.

It could also have been the answer of Real-Life Techno-Wizard Ray Kurzweil, Google’s Director of Engineering, whose book The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology (2005), is ever so popular with scientific materialists who neither have the capacity nor the desire for spiritual evolution, but have a fervent belief that the shotgun marriage of man and machine is not only “normal” but something to be ardently pursued.

Simply put Kurzweil’s sociopathic quest for digital immortality is based on his fear of death. He claims to take 150 pills a day in order to still be half-alive when voodoo science will have succeeded in uploading his sorry-state mind into a digital facsimile of his former self into cyber-space.

No soul? No problem…

Since materialist scientists don’t understand multi-dimensional or spiritual realities, they are unconcerned about the details which they can’t even fathom.

And what exactly is the “Singularity” supposed to be? It’s a future mythological moment when machine (artificial) intelligence becomes more “intelligent” than human intelligence.

Kurzweil’s thesis and fervent hope is that it will occur by 2045. He writes that it is “a future period during which the pace of technological advance will be so rapid, its impact so deep, that human life will be irreversibly transformed… The Singularity will represent the culmination of the merger of our biological thinking and existence with our technology, resulting in a world that is still human but transcends our biological roots. There will be no distinction, post-Singularity, between human and machine or between physical and virtual.”

Does that sound like “science” or a religious Belief System (B***)?

‘Illuminati’ Predictive Programming

Despite a lackluster script, Transcendence is worth seeing because it is another example of Illuminati predictive programming in popular sci-fi movies. After all today’s Hollywood Illuminati make the best movies, which are also the best propaganda for preparing humanity to accept One World Global Techno-Feudalism.

Eliminating humanity altogether also appears to be one of their goals as they seem to believe that the “Humanity Experiment” for all intents and purposes is finished. And, if they realize their twisted vision, humanity will in actuality become completely superfluous on Terra.

A Charlie Sheen movie called The Arrival comes to mind, in which an alien race is terra-forming Planet Earth to fit their requirements which are far different from that of humanity. They need a darker and more humid climate like the one in which dinosaurs roamed the earth. Obviously geo-engineering — spraying chemtrails around the world — and other forms of weather manipulation using HAARP technology, etc. are used in this so-called “climate change” scenario. Of course humans are always blamed for using the petro-chemical technology with which they have enslaved humanity in this age.

Now the plan to get rid of those pesky humans appears to have accelerated as the movie Transcendence introduces the concept of “transhumanism” to the hand-held electronics-addled masses.

“Transhumanism” itself was coined by Aldous Huxley’s brother, biologist Julian Huxley, in 1957, when he wrote – “The human species can, if it wishes, transcend itself — not just sporadically, an individual here in one way, an individual there in another way, but in its entirety, as humanity. We need a name for this new belief. Perhaps transhumanism will serve: man remaining man, but trans¬cending himself, by realizing new possibilities of and for his human nature.” (Religion Without Revelation, p.27)

Even Illuminati Gofer Julian Huxley called it a “belief,” since he knew that “immortality” was the Illuminati goal in life. After all, transhumanism has been aptly named the “Rapture of the Geeks.”

Reviewers of the movie have failed to put the film in context with real-life science, wherein techno-mischief makers like Google have plenty of cash to make their dream of transhumanism a reality. It should be noted that Google has been buying up companies like Boston Robotics, which makes killer robots, Deep Mind Technologies, an artificial intelligence company, NEST Labs, which plans to monitor your life through interactive appliances — called the Network of Things — and Project Calico, a genetic engineering project to “defeat death itself,” as their hype goes.

Scooping up human DNA into a gigantic database also seems to be one of Google’s goals. A Google-wannabe subsidiary called 23andMe, founded by the wife of a Google founder, has as its stated goal — “creating the world’s largest secure, private database of genotypic and phenotypic information that can be used for comparison analysis and research.” Of course Google has included a disclaimer in the Terms of Use which states “Genetic information you share with others could be used against your interests.” And this wonderful Monopoly Capitalism zinger as well — “By providing any sample, you acquire no rights in any research or commercial products that may be developed by 23and¬Me or its collaborating partners.”

According to a New York Magazine article called “The Google of Spit,” by the end of 2013, “23andMe had extracted and analyzed DNA from 650,000 people, making it one of the biggest genetic banks in the world.” Like any other Google scam, you sign away your rights – but this time it’s your genetic program – it’s your DNA.

Will Google be able “harvest” your soul in the future?

As New York Magazine put it – “In September, just a month after Wojcicki [wife of Google founder Sergey Brin] and Brin announced their separation, Google announced the launch of a new venture called Calico. Though its exact mission and purpose remain unclear, the general idea is for Calico to ‘solve death,’ as Time magazine put it, in an uncanny echo of Wojcicki’s [founder of 23andMe] promise to ‘solve health.’”

“Solve health”? “Solve death”? There’s no so-called “problem” these Arrogant Techno-Creeps can’t handle…

The Imminent Threat of Google Inc. and DARPA

And then there’s DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency), the Pentagon’s black-magic voodoo-science department that wants to create among other things – replicant super-soldiers — as portrayed by Rutger Hauer in the movie Blade Runner or Kurt Russel in Soldier — for the Illuminati’s future wars — which will then inevitably morph into autonomous killing robots as seen in the RoboCop and ‘Terminator’ films.

Coincidentally — in a book by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange called When Wikileaks Met Google (2014), we discover Surprise! Google was actually partially funded by the sinister DARPA, the Pentagon Devils Workshop. Here’s a footnote from the book —

“Acknowledgments, in The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine, Sergey Brin, Lawrence Page (Computer Science Department, Stanford University, 1998): “The research described here was conducted as part of the Stanford Integrated Digital Library Project, supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement IRI-9411306. Funding for this cooperative agreement is also provided by DARPA and NASA, and by Interval Research, and the industrial partners of the Stanford Digital Libraries Project,”

In an excellent documentary called Google and the World Brain, WIRED magazine writer Kevin Kelly asked Google founder Larry Page back in the olden days, “Why would anyone want a new search engine when we have Alta Vista?”

And Page replied, “It’s not to make a search engine. It’s to make an A.I.”

The documentary also quotes Ray Kurzweil — before he was hired as Google’s Director of Engineering — saying – “We talked to Google about their quest to digitize all knowledge and then create an A.I.”

Google’s corporate goal appears to be not only to steal all words, books, images, video, music, etc. through its search engine and other subsidiaries like Google Books, You Tube, etc. –but then to monetize this wholesale theft on a worldwide scale.

This global library of information can then be transformed into a super-cyber-godlike Artificial Intelligence, which literally may become tantamount to SkyNet of Terminator movie fame.

In Transcendence, the Johnny Depp character turns into an uploaded cyberspace version of his former human self. Disguised as a cautionary tale, the movie is presented as a fait accompli, since the mad scientists of Google and DARPA are undoubtedly working day and night to initiate the so-called Singularity — a confluence of the so-called GRIN technologies – Genetic, Robotic, Information processing, and Neuro-technological processing.

By merging Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology, and Synthetic Biology, augmented by geo-engineering and Genetically Modified (GM or weaponized) food crops, these voodoo priests and rabbis of transhumanism are attempting to create a consensual virtual reality in which humans have become irrelevant because they are not “augmented” like those who have A.I. enhanced techno-gadgets, granting them super-powers, super-knowledge or super-intelligence. These synthetic or artificial siddhis (spiritual powers), they believe, will make them much more than mere mortal humans.

Like SkyNet, the all-powerful Artificial Intelligence in Jim Cameron’s Terminator movies, which sees humans as the enemy because it has no use for humans, Johnny Depp’s uploaded super-mind in Transcendence becomes a kind of cyber-god which craves more energy and power, not only to survive, but to expand itself and control everything on Earth.

Or as the Depp character tells his TED fanboys at the symposium — “Imagine a machine with the full range of human emotion. Its analytical power will be greater than the collective intelligence of every person in the history of the world. Some scientists refer to this as the ‘singularity.’ I call it ‘transcendence.’”

The problem with Singularity is that these materialistic scientists don’t even understand what “consciousness” is, yet believe that uploading a human brain into a computer environment is somehow akin to “transcending humanity” – even if it’s just a synthetic copy of a person’s memories, etc.

They call it H+ which implies a superior human (Homo Superior) as opposed to Homo Sapiens.

The reality may be a little different, since the Illuminati plan for humanity is genetically engineering Homo Sapiens into Homo Deus.

Or is it Homo Insanus?

After all. No soul? No problem…

Dire Warnings

Even Nobel Prize winner Stephen Hawking has written about his foreboding regarding transhumanism and the movie Transcendence in a UK Independent op-ed piece.

Of course Hawking doesn’t say that Google is equivalent to Skynet, but he appears to be concerned about the dangers of an A.I. arms race, since mega-corporations like the sinister Google and Apple, as well as the sinister DARPA, are using their formidable resources of money and high-tech labor to try to produce an A.I. as soon as possible. Hawkins writes “… it’s tempting to dismiss the notion of highly intelligent machines as mere science fiction. But this would be a mistake, and potentially our worst mistake in history.”

And why does Hawking sound a warning about the dangers of A.I.? Because he knows that as a “cripp”(term used by the handicapped as short for cripple), he would have been terminated as a “useless eater.”

The movie’s premise that Artificial Super Intelligence, a/k/a The Uploaded Johnny Depp 2.0 is a threat to humanity is of serious concern to Hawking and that dismissing the film as “just” science fiction could be the “worst mistake in history,” implies that film director Jim Cameron’s scenario in Terminator 2, wherein the A.I. based SkyNet overpowers the humans is not simply an idle threat – but a very real problem since morality-and-ethics-free robots who are soul-less beings are an existential threat to humanity itself.

Hawking argues that developments in so-called digital personal assistants like Apple’s Siri and Google Now show a current I.T. — Information Technology — arms race which pales “against what the coming decades will bring.”

“Success in creating A.I. would be the biggest event in human history,” writes Hawking “Unfortunately, it might also be the last, unless we learn how to avoid the risks.”

Another opponent of the Singularity agenda is Bill Joy, who wrote an article for WIRED Magazine called “Why the future doesn’t need us: Our most powerful 21st-century technologies – robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotech – are threatening to make humans an endangered species.”

Joy quotes from Kurzweil’s book The Age of Spiritual Machines, wherein he finds himself “most troubled” by this passage —

“The New Luddite Challenge…

“On the other hand it is possible that human control over the machines may be retained. In that case the average man may have control over certain private machines of his own, such as his car or his personal computer, but control over large systems of machines will be in the hands of a tiny elite — just as it is today, but with two differences.

“Due to improved techniques the elite will have greater control over the masses; and because human work will no longer be necessary the masses will be superfluous, a useless burden on the system. If the elite is ruthless they may simply decide to exterminate the mass of humanity. If they are humane they may use propaganda or other psychological or biological techniques to reduce the birth rate until the mass of humanity becomes extinct, leaving the world to the elite.’

“In the book, you don’t discover until you turn the page that the author of this passage is Theodore Kaczynski – the Unabomber.”

By the way “Luddite” is a derogatory term for anyone who is opposed to technological so-called advances for any reason whatsoever.

And of course what the alleged “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski, who was a mind control experimentation victim at Harvard, meant in his screed was that “propaganda” is actually so-called news, “psychological techniques” is the Malthusian belief system that there are too many humans on earth, and “biological techniques” means genetically modified foods and vaccines to cull the herd. In other words, he is predicting the Illuminati vision for the future – a future bereft of what Illuminati Kingpin Henry Kissinger called “useless eaters.”

Then Bill Joy, cofounder and Chief Scientist of Sun Microsystems, gets positively metaphysical, writing “I think it is no exaggeration to say we are on the cusp of the further perfection of extreme evil, an evil whose possibility spreads well beyond that which weapons of mass destruction bequeathed to the nation-states, on to a surprising and terrible empowerment.”

“Perfection of extreme evil” – now that’s a mouthful.

Even Elon Musk, of Tesla Car and SpaceX Rocket Fame, is allegedly wary of A.I. According to CNN, “he told an audience at MIT that ‘we should be very careful about Artificial Intelligence,’ warning it may be ‘our biggest existential threat, adding that “with Artificial Intelligence, we are summoning the demon.”

When so-called High Profile Illuminati Gofer “Scientist-Entrepreneurs” refer to Artificial Intelligence as “Perfection of Extreme Evil” and “Summoning the Demons” — Bitchez! You Better Pay Attention!



BIO: Writer-Artist URI DOWBENKO is the author of Homegrown Holography, Bushwhacked: Inside Stories of True Conspiracy and Hoodwinked: Watching Movies with Eyes Wide Open. He is also the founder and publisher of,,, and, as well as the publisher of The Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran Contra Insider by Al Martin. Uri’s latest project is called New Improved Memoirs, “It’s your life story… Without the hassle of writing it.” ( a professional service for people who want to leave behind a customized autobiography, in other words a published book, as a legacy for their friends, family, and posterity. You can visit Uri at and


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  1. Today I came across the article (video) Could you fall in love with this robot from CNBC. The company behind this robot is Hanson Robotics which used Google’s Voice recognition technology to help the robot understand what is being said. Besides the technological advancements and how robots can integrate with humans, it stands out that this article is all about the positive effects of robots to our lives and society. I see it as yet another article to promote robots and the push for I.A.

    • Thanks for posting Roy. I saw an article recently about this robot (maybe the same one) where are the end it “jokes” that it will destroy humans.. Skynet anyone?

  2. I couldn’t stand watching any of the Terminator or RoboCop-type movies. They conveyed a world that was dark, hostile, ugly and destructive. This is what the supporters of transhumanism strive to achieve in this world? That’s really sad. I agree, there is absolutely no beauty, harmony or wisdom in that kind of reality and all forms of life would just whither and die, leaving an empty shell of something that had once flourished and thrived with vitality. It’s disturbing to read about the obsession with immortality by means of A.I. – it seems very delusional.

  3. Very sobering article to read about our current technological developments and where we could be heading. From looking up some videos about DARPA and Boston Dynamics, it is evident they are building roborts for combat and war. Combine these developments with the wickedness that’s already in the world, and it’ll become an even more unsafe place to live in.

    On an individual level, I can see these tech gadgets becoming more and more common in everyday life and the boundaries between the virtual and the real world are slowly fading away. Where will this lead and where are those moments of peace and clarity when we are constantly emerged in the entertainments available?

    I’m very grateful for this article. It makes me reconsider the services I’m currently using and therefor support some of the companies behind these developments.

  4. “Simply put Kurzweil’s sociopathic quest for digital immortality is based on his fear of death.”

    It’s amazing how often it comes down to this, isn’t it? Seems straight out of a movie, but sadly I’ve known people in real life who share this fear also and who would be more than willing to partake in anything to spare them from death.

    The pseudo-urge to “crack the code of life” — as (bizarrely!) appealing as it may seem to some — is so clearly an endless chase after a happiness they’ll never find. Somehow these people would rather spend their whole life struggling to defeat death rather than actually live.

    A life clouded/obstructed/governed by machines and devoid of the beauty and wisdom of nature is just about the most depressing vision ever — it’s sad enough that life is already sort of like that in so many ways, and the thought of these people working to solidify, reinforce, and establish transhumanism in a more prominent way is just… all I can say is that I’m I hope I won’t be around to witness the full consequences of whatever that kind of life comes to be.

    • I really feel for what you are saying:

      “life clouded/obstructed/governed by machines and devoid of the beauty and wisdom of nature is just about the most depressing vision ever”

    • it’s not transhumanism, although they call it that.
      what they really are is antihumanists. a form of Nihilism!

      the way that time flies, anyone concerned about this should really LEARN about the clouds of whitish chemical YUK that is diffusing from the rear-ends of airplanes worldwide.

      find out about that! in a New Age, the symbols, myths and memes of the previous age
      suddenly “become real,” and Kurzweil is all of the “mad scientists,” drunk with power, who decide that they know what is best for the human race…with vile and deadly consequences.

  5. After watching a promo on the new Windows 10 and their desire to push alternate reality and mix it into reality – I found this all too scary.. How will people start loosing sight of what is real and what is not, how can a simple virtue of “patience” be learned if instant gratification is given, how to feel and be here if at all times, there are ‘holograms’ being projected at you from these glasses…

    Such a horrible future to see materializing in front of our eyes – but now with this article, to realize the potential of A.I. and how it can really affect us – this is just pure madness and pure evil..

    Thanks for such a great write-up, I hope that in some ways, it makes people working on these things realize what is truly happening, the impact of their decision to continue to develop such things.

    If only people understood death, knew about the spiritual and the reason for being alive, there would not be this madness to stay alive for as long as possible, and this fear of the end we all must face would no longer exist.

    • Yeah it seems these things are rapidly changing from science fiction to fact. Mixing an alternate reality with reality was recently foreshadowed by Google too:

      Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt on Thursday predicted the end of the Internet as we know it.

      At the end of a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where his comments were webcast, he was asked for his prediction on the future of the web. “I will answer very simply that the Internet will disappear,” Schmidt said.

      “There will be so many IP addresses…so many devices, sensors, things that you are wearing, things that you are interacting with that you won’t even sense it,” he explained. “It will be part of your presence all the time. Imagine you walk into a room, and the room is dynamic. And with your permission and all of that, you are interacting with the things going on in the room.”

      Concluded Schmidt: “A highly personalized, highly interactive and very, very interesting world emerges.”

      The panel, entitled The Future of the Digital Economy, also featured Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and others.

      • “It will be part of your presence all the time. Imagine you walk into a room, and the room is dynamic. And with your permission and all of that, you are interacting with the things going on in the room.”

        As this new high-tech ”intelligent” view of reality merges into our way of living and becomes the way we perceive the world and communicate with this ‘clay model of learning’ so to speak, we begin to distance ourselves from another wisdom taught by many spiritual schools of the past, which spoke about the true perception of the moment, of living in a pure state of alertness and awe. How much more will this technological invasion distract us from a timeless spiritual message and spoil our capacity to experience life to the fullest.

        I share your sentiments, Geraldine and Matthew. What a strange world that is rapidly coming upon us.

    • “Thanks for such a great write-up, I hope that in some ways, it makes people working on these things realize what is truly happening, the impact of their decision to continue to develop such things.”

      I hope so too, but it feels a bit like a train out of control and heading towards a precipice. There are so many people who think it’s cool to come up with and use the latest technology and are excited by it that I can’t see the momentum stopping. It’s scary to think of the Terminator like scenario where it could take us.