Saturday, February 6, 2016

It's too late, baby

“Some of the most popular sci-fi movies—2001: A Space Odyssey, The Terminator, The Matrix, Transcendence, Ex Machina, and many others—have been based on the notion that artificial intelligence will evolve to a point at which humanity will not be able to control its own creations, leading to the demise of our entire civilization. This fear of rapid technology growth and our increasing dependence on it is certainly warranted, given the capabilities of current machines built for military purposes.”

Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates Warn About Artificial Intelligence.


“The year is 2050 [or 5020 or there is no CE because 'Jesus' too was a hypothetical within a simulation] and super-intelligent robots have taken over the planet [or another place 'far, far away'.

Except you have no idea, because you're living in a computer simulation [in a persistent state of deception], depicting what life was like [of hypothetically could have been like] in [a simulated] 2015.

Everything you see and touch right now has been created by robotic overlords who are using [simulated] humanity as playthings in their virtual game. [That is the only way the robots can 'experience' the world.] [And yes, Virginia, some robots pull the simulated wings off of simulated flies except YOU AND I are in the same category as the simulated flies!]

That's the radical theory put forward by a [growing] number of scientists over [recent] years, who claim there is a possibility that our world as we know it is fake.”

Freethinkers ARE the virus in the machine - the NEOs.

Matthew 7:7-8King James Version (KJV - a.k.a. the Masonic Bible of Sir Francis Bacon)

7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:

8 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.

Shakespeare too was an invention of Masonic "Freethinkers."

The Genealogy of Terah in the first printing of the 1611 KJV.

"I greet you, my brother."

Biblical Ishmael is banished to "the wilderness of Beer-sheba," while the narrator of Moby-Dick wanders, in his own words in "the wilderness of waters."

Beersheba is the name of the well at which Abraham and Abimelech took an oath (Genesis 21:31).

In Moby-Dick's famous opening line, “Call me Ishmael,” Melville establishes a great mystery. Ishmael asks “e'er within your Shades did lie A youth so tortur'd, so perplexed as I?”

I will NOT solve it for you here. Go research it for yourself. I will give you a CLUE:

Now, go knock on doors...


But for all the mystery and portent and references to eastern tradition that Hall’s built into the verses, the chorus couldn’t be more clear: “Slip into this house as you pass by,” Erickson exhorts us. And yeah, it’s clear even without having read Eye Mind that he’s talking specifically about turning on as a shortcut to enlightenment, which is at this remove from 1967 a notion that’s, at best, quaint. Heard only in that light, “Slip Inside This House” is pure anachronism.

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