The transhuman promise of ‘superhuman’ abilities will be reserved for the ‘chosen class’, while the masses merge with technology designed for a constant state of surveillance and control.

In attempt to give themselves godlike abilities, the technocratic elites are moving towards a transhumanist future powered by their own ‘intelligent design’, in an attempt to rewrite human rights as we know them.

Through gene-editing, synthetic biology, and the merger of humans and technology, governments and corporations are fundamentally altering what it means to be human.

“History began when humans invented gods, and will end when humans become gods.”

Yuval Noah Harari

In a future where humans are no longer considered to be ‘natural’, what would that mean for ‘human’ rights?

Every citizen is considered to be born with rights.

The American Declaration of Independence holds that “All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Article 1 of the 1948 Universal Declaration on Human Rights also says that humans are born free: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.”

In the era of transhumanism; however, our technocratic elites are looking to replace God, the Creator, with their own intelligent design. The Dehumanization Agenda was the first step of this century-long process.

Now, you don’t have to be a religious person to appreciate the role that the concept of God plays in the construction of human rights. It is almost bigger than religion itself.

Men cannot decide on, alter or enforce, something they did not create.

However, by removing this framework during The Great Revolution, the technocrats have since become the creator  the ‘higher power’ that endows humanity with certain rights.

All it took was the masses to believe in their new Gods of Scientism.

In making themselves ‘godlike’ (collective perception) through their own devices, the cyborg priesthood now believes they do not have to answer to anybody.

In his written testimony to U.S. Congress in December, 2021, author James Poulos observed that our “technoethical elite” believe that “we will fully merge with our technology and become ‘as gods.’”

He added that “unless ordinary citizens regain a hands-on mastery of our most powerful digital tools, we will become compliant posthumans or ungovernable psychotics, sacrificing what is left of our civilization and nation to vengeful new gods.”

“Now, the people’s elected representatives face a fateful choice: restore citizen controls of technology or surrender to the cyborg theocracy”
— James Poulos, 2021.

And it may soon move beyond the realm of perception as well.

The agenda is lined with half-truths, where the promise of superhuman abilities will likely be reserved only for a select ‘chosen class’, while the programmable plebs exist in a constant state of surveillance and control.

Think about that for a second.

For the ‘chosen ones’, they could receive human performance enhancement that would give them the ability to never tire, think smarter, move faster, jump higher, see farther, hear better, hit harder, live longer, adapt stronger, and calculate quicker than any other human being on the planet.

Is that not beginning to approach a godlike state?

Putting technocrats in the place of God could give them the unaccountable, ‘divine’ authority, to re-define human rights as they see fit from their position.

For the rest of us programmable plebs, the fourth industrial revolution is already merging our physical, biological, and digital identities, in order to monitor, manipulate, and reprogram our behaviour.

If and when humans become fully integrated with machines on a large scale, where will the technology end and the human begin?


Technology and bioengineering can blur the lines of who, or what, is responsible for a person’s behaviour.

Is it the human, the technology, or the humans behind the technology?

When it comes to World Health Organisation policy recommendations that affect billions of people across the world, who’s ultimately calling the shots? Governments elected by the people?

Who will own the technology that resides within us, or the genes that were altered synthetically?

Will human performance enhancement be reserved only for soldiers and the elite?

Or will it be made available to all?

What happens when technology embedded within the human body becomes obsolete?

Can a genetically-modified soldier ever return to a normal, civilian life?

Militaries around the world are already making some of the biggest strides towards transhumanism because of the advantages their ‘super soldiers’ would have over their adversaries.

Last month, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) issued a broad agency announcement looking for Human Performance Enhancement solutions for military use that includes:

  • Understanding and improving treatment of and resilience in neurological health, transformative neural processing, fatigue, cognition, and optimized human performance, including in extreme conditions.
  • Discovering interventions that utilize biotechnology, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science, and related disciplines to advance and optimize human performance, including in extreme conditions.
  • Developing and leveraging technologies to advance continuous or near-continuous monitoring of an organism’s physiology to elucidate mechanisms of human readiness and resilience.
  • Understanding and improving interfaces between the biological and physical world to enable seamless hybrid systems and revolutionary new human-machine interfaces.
  • Developing approaches to enhance physiological resilience and performance in extreme conditions (e.g., cold weather climates) or to reduce musculoskeletal injuries via interventions that do not require genomic modifications.

The DARPA announcement follows a November, 2021 Pentagon-sponsored RAND report on human performance enhancement that revealed the US Department of Defense was looking into “adding reptilian genes that provide the ability to see in infrared,” and “making humans stronger, more intelligent, or more adapted to extreme environments.”

According to the RAND report, “Technological Approaches to Human Performance Enhancement,” modalities for human performance enhancement (HPE) can be grouped into three principal categories:

  1. Gene editing.
  2. Applications of artificial intelligence (AI).
  3. Networked technologies that are wearable or even implantable.

What sort of advantages would a person with godlike abilities have over a natural human being?

For the US Defense and Intelligence communities, human performance enhancement offers “the potential to increase strength, speed, endurance, intelligence, and tolerance of extreme environments and to reduce sleep needs and reaction times—could aid in the development of better operators.”

Perhaps the military is testing control before rolling it out to the masses.

When humans fully integrate with machines, or are ‘genetically altered’ through synthetic biology, will we still be able to call ourselves ‘Homo sapiens’?

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Traditional hardware (like a pacemaker) can be implanted and removed from the human body without affecting the course of human evolution, as it isn’t passed down to the next generation.

Genetically modifying human biology, however, can indeed forever alter the course of what it means to be human, as the alterations can be passed from parents to their children.

This is very important to stress. In the words of Klaus Schwab in The Fourth Industrial Revolution (2017):

“The ability to edit biology can be applied to practically any cell type, enabling the creation of genetically modified plants or animals, as well as modifying the cells of adult organisms including humans.”

Just as human performance enhancement can create indefatigable ‘superhumans’ (the controllers), it can just as well create a weaker class of humans by removing their abilities to defend themselves against viruses, to cognitively think for themselves, or to even break-down certain foods in their bodies.

The Epsilon Agenda.

Humanity could theoretically be split into several different species depending on the types of genetic engineering that take place, truly creating a worldwide transhumanist caste system.

WEF founder Klaus Schwab talks about the Fourth Industrial Revolution not only changing what we are doing, but changing who we are fundamentally. And he’s not speaking in metaphors.

Schwab is telling us that technology is becoming part of our anatomy, both above and below our skin.

Schwab observes: “The list of potential applications is virtually endless—ranging from the ability to modify animals so that they can be raised on a diet that is more economical or better suited to local conditions, to creating food crops that are capable of withstanding extreme temperatures or drought.”

Following the logic, this means that humans can also be modified to be raised on a diet that is more economical or better suited to local conditions.

Seeing as how the unelected Polyergus wish to drastically reduce meat consumption worldwide, the idea of modifying humans to be raised on a steady diet of bugs and lab-grown protein would definitely be a goal.

Well, would you look at that.

When it comes to editing human biology, Schwab argues, “the science is progressing so fast that the limitations are now less technical than they are legal, regulatory and ethical.”

It is even being offered as a ‘solution’ to climate change:

Here is where things get interesting.

Software requires updates from time-to-time, does it not?

What if there already was an agenda to normalise ‘software upgrades’ for a transhumanist future?

Does coercing the general population into routinely accepting ‘booster’ shots fit the bill?

In order for technology to give humans godlike abilities, it requires a complete surrender of all bodily autonomy to whomever controls the data. Coronavirus was a test of mass compliance.

Now think of how this same data can also be used to enslave all of humanity.

Once enough biometric data is collected, all that is needed is a lot of computing power to figure out how to hack human beings, and governments and corporations know more about you than you know yourself.

“Organisms are algorithms”
— Yuval Noah Harari.

What a time to be alive.

On one end of the spectrum, the military and anyone else who is rich and powerful enough to get their hands on the technologies can give themselves superhuman abilities.

On the opposite end, people like you and I end up with ‘human behaviour modification’ instead of human performance enhancement.

What a great deal (sarcasm).

The road to transhumanism starts with digital identity, which lays the technological framework to monitor and record the personal details of every individual on the planet.

From there, the data stored from devices can be connected to the human body via the Internet of Bodies.

Once technology gets in-and-under the skin to collect as much intimate data about you as possible, you are well on the way to transhumanism and the culmination of the worst totalitarian surveillance regime in history.

At least we stopped the spread.

After all the genetic editing and the technological manipulation stemming from the fourth industrial revolution, will we still be able to call ourselves human?

How much of our humanity will be left after the synthetic overwrites the organic?

If we are to split into different species, can our rights be split as well?

The Great Split is manifesting in many forms.

Will you bow down to your cyborg priest class in service of their AI god?

Or will you risk being made ‘irrelevant’ in society if it means there’s even the slightest chance of contributing to the preservation of humankind as we know it?

The choice is yours. Reject this push and regain control.

I have already made my decision.

This piece was originally published 27 May, 2022.