Sunday, August 2, 2009

Postgenderism: The Genetic Singularity part 3



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"The artificial womb represents the completion of an even longer historic process that began nearly 400 years ago at the dawn of the scientific age. It was Francis Bacon, the father of modern science, who referred to nature as "a common harlot." He urged future generations to "tame, squeeze, mould" and "shape" her so that "man could become her master and the undisputed sovereign of the physical world." No doubt some will see the artificial womb as the final triumph of modern science. Others, the ultimate human folly." 

-Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends, Washington D.C.


Modern science has a history which is all too often misunderstood.  Artificial wombs and postgender ideals are certainly hard to comprehend from any kind of standardized viewpoint.  Bacon's quote about taming nature starts to make sense when put in the context of transhumanism.  The history of transhumanism is intertwined with the history of other disciplines.  The untrained observer doesn't see that convergence has been around for a long time.  The simple truth is that science, philosophy, and religion have always been intimately connected.  Francis Bacon understood this well.  As a Rosicrucian, he knew that true science had high goals:  goals so high that philosophically they intertwined with those of religion.  Arcane disciplines such as Alchemy, Hermetics, and Qabbalism were simply ways of keeping the true path of science a mystery to the "profane."  Alchemy was never about turning base metals into gold, at least not literally.  The true goal from the start was to take the base metals (human body/ the earth) , and transmute them into spiritual gold (man as a god).  To unite heaven and earth and thus create the New Man.  In the context of transhumanism this new man equates to the posthuman.


Fragments of arcane symbology are replete in transhuman propaganda.  These things go unnoticed due to our lack in understanding of alchemical symbols.


Take Ramona:  Ray Kurzweil's alter ego.  (Ramona clip)


Honestly, how does one explain this with any kind of conventional answer?  The truth is that that Ramona is a clever example of the Hermetic marriage.  The joining of both male and female aspects of an individual personality.  This is the philosophical process by which the "perfect man" is created.  Creator gods are often depicted as androgynous because it takes both male and female to create new life.  A postgender being would have both creative aspects within itself and thus be considered a god on earth.  Postgenderism is a philosophical veil, another codename for alchemy.


Another high profile of covert postgender propaganda is seen in Marilyn Manson's 1996 album "Mechanical Animals."  The seventh track is entitled "Posthuman", and the cover shows Manson as the sexually ambiguous character Omega.  Omega of course refers to the end, in this case the end of humanity as we know it, but the beginning of posthumanity.


Revelation 22:13    I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.



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Postgenderism: The Genetic Singularity part 3



(SCRIPT)


"The artificial womb represents the completion of an even longer historic process that began nearly 400 years ago at the dawn of the scientific age. It was Francis Bacon, the father of modern science, who referred to nature as "a common harlot." He urged future generations to "tame, squeeze, mould" and "shape" her so that "man could become her master and the undisputed sovereign of the physical world." No doubt some will see the artificial womb as the final triumph of modern science. Others, the ultimate human folly." 

-Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends, Washington D.C.


Modern science has a history which is all too often misunderstood.  Artificial wombs and postgender ideals are certainly hard to comprehend from any kind of standardized viewpoint.  Bacon's quote about taming nature starts to make sense when put in the context of transhumanism.  The history of transhumanism is intertwined with the history of other disciplines.  The untrained observer doesn't see that convergence has been around for a long time.  The simple truth is that science, philosophy, and religion have always been intimately connected.  Francis Bacon understood this well.  As a Rosicrucian, he knew that true science had high goals:  goals so high that philosophically they intertwined with those of religion.  Arcane disciplines such as Alchemy, Hermetics, and Qabbalism were simply ways of keeping the true path of science a mystery to the "profane."  Alchemy was never about turning base metals into gold, at least not literally.  The true goal from the start was to take the base metals (human body/ the earth) , and transmute them into spiritual gold (man as a god).  To unite heaven and earth and thus create the New Man.  In the context of transhumanism this new man equates to the posthuman.


Fragments of arcane symbology are replete in transhuman propaganda.  These things go unnoticed due to our lack in understanding of alchemical symbols.


Take Ramona:  Ray Kurzweil's alter ego.  (Ramona clip)


Honestly, how does one explain this with any kind of conventional answer?  The truth is that that Ramona is a clever example of the Hermetic marriage.  The joining of both male and female aspects of an individual personality.  This is the philosophical process by which the "perfect man" is created.  Creator gods are often depicted as androgynous because it takes both male and female to create new life.  A postgender being would have both creative aspects within itself and thus be considered a god on earth.  Postgenderism is a philosophical veil, another codename for alchemy.


Another high profile of covert postgender propaganda is seen in Marilyn Manson's 1996 album "Mechanical Animals."  The seventh track is entitled "Posthuman", and the cover shows Manson as the sexually ambiguous character Omega.  Omega of course refers to the end, in this case the end of humanity as we know it, but the beginning of posthumanity.


Revelation 22:13    I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.



(END SCRIPT)

Postgenderism: The Genetic Singularity part 3



(SCRIPT)


"The artificial womb represents the completion of an even longer historic process that began nearly 400 years ago at the dawn of the scientific age. It was Francis Bacon, the father of modern science, who referred to nature as "a common harlot." He urged future generations to "tame, squeeze, mould" and "shape" her so that "man could become her master and the undisputed sovereign of the physical world." No doubt some will see the artificial womb as the final triumph of modern science. Others, the ultimate human folly." 

-Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends, Washington D.C.


Modern science has a history which is all too often misunderstood.  Artificial wombs and postgender ideals are certainly hard to comprehend from any kind of standardized viewpoint.  Bacon's quote about taming nature starts to make sense when put in the context of transhumanism.  The history of transhumanism is intertwined with the history of other disciplines.  The untrained observer doesn't see that convergence has been around for a long time.  The simple truth is that science, philosophy, and religion have always been intimately connected.  Francis Bacon understood this well.  As a Rosicrucian, he knew that true science had high goals:  goals so high that philosophically they intertwined with those of religion.  Arcane disciplines such as Alchemy, Hermetics, and Qabbalism were simply ways of keeping the true path of science a mystery to the "profane."  Alchemy was never about turning base metals into gold, at least not literally.  The true goal from the start was to take the base metals (human body/ the earth) , and transmute them into spiritual gold (man as a god).  To unite heaven and earth and thus create the New Man.  In the context of transhumanism this new man equates to the posthuman.


Fragments of arcane symbology are replete in transhuman propaganda.  These things go unnoticed due to our lack in understanding of alchemical symbols.


Take Ramona:  Ray Kurzweil's alter ego.  (Ramona clip)


Honestly, how does one explain this with any kind of conventional answer?  The truth is that that Ramona is a clever example of the Hermetic marriage.  The joining of both male and female aspects of an individual personality.  This is the philosophical process by which the "perfect man" is created.  Creator gods are often depicted as androgynous because it takes both male and female to create new life.  A postgender being would have both creative aspects within itself and thus be considered a god on earth.  Postgenderism is a philosophical veil, another codename for alchemy.


Another high profile of covert postgender propaganda is seen in Marilyn Manson's 1996 album "Mechanical Animals."  The seventh track is entitled "Posthuman", and the cover shows Manson as the sexually ambiguous character Omega.  Omega of course refers to the end, in this case the end of humanity as we know it, but the beginning of posthumanity.


Revelation 22:13    I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.



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