While the above video had a bit of a playful nature to it one can only wonder how far techno-spirituality will seek to mirror the current theological belief structures.
As the merger of man and machine approaches with the dawning of the technological singularity, we must observe how our current theosophical beliefs adapt themselves to incorporate the coming virtualization of our reality. This merger, I argue, will not just be of a physical nature, but will also incorporate spiritual belief structures -- including beliefs that we cannot yet even conceive.
For example, it can be said that every new advancement helps us to understand the universe as a computational mechanism. And waiting at the heart of this new cosmic computer perspective we will encounter a pure cybernetic intelligence capable of consuming our universe into a virtual reality recreation of itself. A recreation so massive and so detail that those that will dwell in it's newly created realm will look upon it as the source of there universe.
Yet if our computers are growing animated with our own theological and theosophical belief systems, we must never forget that compared to the God of Abraham, Zeus, and all the other entities that man has ever conceived of or worshipped - we always seem to fall further into a state of divine disapproval.
If the forces of fate allow this to continue, towards infinity, should we not expect to raise a God that ultimately punishes us?