It started with Windows 95.
We are now in Year 22 of a 40-year (not 40 day) planet altering, life repurposing, technology infused deluge. A great flood of robotics, artificial intelligences, bio-coding, pharma-induced healing, the digitalization of perception, the merging of daily life into screens, unthinkable weaponry, and the connecting of all people to all things will transform all life on this planet. Or launch the end of it.
Time is running out.
Why are there no signs of conscious life amongst the billions of known planets across the billions of known stars, billions of years older than ours?
Postulate: Because they advanced themselves to their destruction. They became technological death. The end.
And now it’s our turn.
Our infinite potential is not guaranteed.
As we alter our bodies, our minds, upend society, reconstruct awareness and deconstruct all that came before, what becomes of our self, our humanness, our future?
I believe there is an answer.
The Bible is a makers guide.
Consider how the many fantastical tales in the Bible, all its stories of divine powers and godly magic, are being made real by our technology. Virgin births, sound as a weapon, creating human organs from the earth — literally — and soon, resurrection of life. Every so-called mythical power in the Bible is being brought to life, not by God but by humans. I believe this is the Bible’s purpose, directing us on what we can achieve, what we should not strive for, and why, so that we become worthy of walking with God forever.
We are so close.
Maybe all other advanced civilizations abandoned its teaching, or whatever their Bible equivalent. Now they are erased from the universe.
You don’t believe?
I completely understand.
My burden is to reveal these truths to you.
All the miraculous, magical, and fearsome powers recorded in the Bible, all of them, are being made real by us and this is of profound and lasting importance. Our values, our culture, our past, our humanity, everything that is right and wrong are all now completely in play. For the first time ever, probably the last. We must be bold, wise, our best.