Transhumanism – what is it and what are its implications?

In some of my blogs I have often referred to transhumanism and touched briskly on it in order to weave the whole garment slowly together. As from this blog I will start publishing every now and then a series of blogs on this topic in more detail so that people can grasp the topic more and understand what is going on in this movement.

In this blog divided into two pieces I will explain what is transhumanism.

If one had to look up its definition transhumanism is defined and portrayed as a “philosophical and intellectual movement which advocates the enhancement of the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies that can greatly enhance longevity and cognition.”[1]

Some examples are anti-aging and AI or Artificial Intelligence. It is often represented in films as a negative aspect of humanity – shown as “mad scientists” where there is a negative plot twisted causing damage like the Incredible Hulk.

Transhumanist thinkers investigate the potential advantages and disadvantages of emerging technologies that have the potential to overcome fundamental human limitations as well as the ethics of using such technologies. Some transhumanists believe that humans will eventually be able to transform themselves into beings with abilities so far beyond their current state that they will be referred to as posthuman beings.

The “posthuman” concept originated in science fiction futurology contemporary art and philosophy and means that a person exists in a state beyond being human.

This reminds me of part of the controversial lyrics of a song by the American singer Marilyn Manson called “Posthuman” which says:
“God is a number you cannot count to you are posthuman and hardwired.”

Although Manson is known for his affiliation with the church of Satan and its founder Anton LaVey turning and transforming himself into the antagonist of Christian ideologies using satanic virtues to show non-conformity and transgression I feel that in the above song as an artist he did strike a chord.

By saying God is a number you cannot count to he meant that the idea of God is beyond scientific reason which is true.  We walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). And by saying that “you are posthuman and hardwired” he was basically referring to the vast majority of Americans [and people worldwide] as becoming “posthuman” meaning that they are already dead intellectually emotionally and spiritually and that they are conditioned to blindly follow whatever they are told like “hardwired” computers.

Moreover because of the way that medical advances have significantly altered our species some authors believe that humanity is already transhuman. However it is not being done in a conscious and thus transhumanistic manner. Now transhumanism is taking the conscious and transhuman manner.
Because transhumanism is the way the Elite is turning humanity into hackable animals – turning them into a computer interface by using Covid as a way to bring up to the surface the fact that the masses are conditioned to blindly follow what the governments order them like “hardwired” computers. And as always they do tell you via predictive programming as one can see on the front page of a 2017 edition of “National Geographic” with the title “The Next Human” that speaks for itself:

I remind the readers that the European President Ursula von der Leyen has announced the new “European Chips Act ” proposed earlier in February this year.[2]According to Klaus Schwab this act is a “very important step to create a ‘physical brain’ for digitalisation and to have it located to a certain extent in Europe.”

They sell us this act as a way of increasing Europe’s competitiveness and resilience in semiconductor technologies and applications while assisting in the digital and green transitions. The thing is that you are the object and the experiment of this technology.

The biologist Julian Huxley was the one to popularize the term “transhumanism” in an influential essay published in 1957. The contemporary meaning of the term “transhumanism” was foreshadowed by one of the first professors of futurology a man who had changed his name to FM-2030[3][same year of Agenda 2030] and who had published a book in 1989 entitled “Are You a Transhuman?: Monitoring and Stimulating YourPersonal Rate of Growthin a Rapidly Changing World”. Doesn’t this ring a bell with the Club of Rome’s Limit to Growth which I already wrote about?[4]

In the 1960s Huxley taught “new concepts of the human” at The New School and he began to refer to people who adopt “transitional” technologies lifestyles and worldviews to post-humanity as “transhuman”.

This assertion then laid the intellectual groundwork for the British philosopher Max More to begin articulating the principles of transhumanism as a futurist philosophy in 1990 and to organize a school of thought in California that has since grown into the global transhumanist movement.


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