It's hard to believe that more than 20 years have passed since that moment when the internet was fascinated for five minutes with the picture of the "EarMouse" that showed up in many of our email In-Boxes. It was not a photoshop creation; real cow genes were grafted onto a mouse as part of an experiment in biological upgrades. Professor Harari recalls the experiment near the beginning of his Youtube conversation linked below.
From the tone of the quotation presented at the top of this article, you might presume that Professor Harari is warning mankind of what's coming in Transhumanism. Actually, the professor is quite excited at the prospect. He is saying that it is inevitable that Man will reach out to evolve from the state of "Homo sapien" to the state of "Homo deus (Man god)," and he, for one, is looking forward to it.
In his homestyle lesson linked below, the professor laid out his thoughts on the three methods that Man will likely pursue to achieve his evolutionary upgrade: 1). organically (as exemplified by the EarMouse), 2). cyborg-style, or, partly organically and partly inorganically, and 3). inorganically, kind of like Sophia the Robot. Keep in mind that his video posted below was recorded a whopping five years ago in 2013. In Tech Life, five years is like - what shall we say? - fifty years in the regular world. In fact, Harari here predicted that "learning" software would be developed as a tool for the Inorganic life forms. Sure enough, that's how Sophia is, right now, "learning" how to be human-like.
Below this video, I will copy a few points that jumped out at me. One of Harari's declarations is quite eyebrow-raising, but I don't think we can really call it "surprising."
You might think that Harari's background is in the field of genetics or genome-mapping. However, his approach is actually through history. He first specialized in medieval and military history, believe it or not. This veered off into thinking about the effect of biology on human history and, naturally, on humankind's future. (For those of you familiar with Joseph Farrell's books, I going to make a sideways observation, for what it's worth: there is an odd similarity between Harari's life path and that of Otto Rahn. I'm just going to leave that there and let you stew on that.)
Remembering Other People's Memories
At the 31-minute marker of the above video, Harari speaks about the possibility of creating an "inter-brain net." If you thought internet privacy concerns are alarming now, wait till you hear this. Harari envisions a time when everybody's mind will be connected to the global internet and we will be able to share the contents of our minds on the Information Superhighway with everybody else.
The most revolutionary project is the attempt to create a 2-way brain computer interface that will allow computers to read the electrical signals of the human brain while simultaneously transmitting signals that the brain can read and interpret and understand. Now, just imagine, what if such direct interfaces are used to directly link a brain to the internet. So you can surf the internet just with your consciousness, not with fingers and eyes.
Or to directly link several brains to the same computer and thereby linking all of them together and sort of creating a sort of "inter-brain net." What might happen in such a case to things like human memory, human consciousness, human identity if the brain can have direct access to collective data banks and collective memories?
In such a situation, one cyborg could, for example, retrieve the memories of somebody else, not to hear about them, not to read about them in a book, not to imagine how this person might have felt - but to directly remember the memories of somebody else as if they were his or her own.
What happens to concepts like "gender identity" when minds become collective and men can actually remember the memories of a woman? Nobody knows the answer. These are complicated questions.
A little further along in the video, Harari mentions the Swiss "Blue Brain Project" and the staggering investment of €1 Billion Euros (not dollars, but euros!) to stimulate the creation of an artificial human brain inside a computer. Again, remember that this was five years ago. Also remember that wherever Switzerland and Big Money are mentioned, the Rothschilds are sure to be involved.
Digital Reconstruction of the Brain
According to the Swiss website of the Blue Brain Project [linked here], the goal of this endeavor is:
... to create a digital reconstruction of the brain by reverse-engineering mammalian brain circuitry. The mission of the project, founded in May 2005 by the Brain and Mind Institute of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland, is to use biologically-detailed digital reconstructions and simulations of the mammalian brain (brain simulation) to identify the fundamental principles of brain structure and function in health and disease.
One of the regular speakers on the project is Professor Henry Markram. Below is a 10-minute video snippet of his explanation of the Blue Brain:
"The goal is a digital reconstruction and simulation of the brain."
"It's not whether you can solve a problem, it's whether you can change the state of your brain to that point in the spectrum where you CAN solve a problem."
"What we've also discovered is how to change that state, which neurons to fire, which synapses to fire, how to change the chemical environment in order to change that state so that you can solve, in principal, any problem."
I found that last point very reveletory when we think about the apparently engineered alteration of our natural environment - whether that be in the sky with chemtrails or with food via GMO contamination. You don't suppose we are all being used as a planetary lab rat to see if our neurons and synapses can be directed at a mass population level? Hmmm.
Tapping into Ancient Memories?
Before closing, I wanted to muse aloud about a crazy idea I've had for some time. W. the Intelligence Insider and I have had this conversation for awhile. We know that the thoughts "inside our head" don't actually stay inside our skulls. Anything that "lives" along electromagnetic pathways cannot be contained in a 3-D space; it's an "open" system. That would be like trying to contain a WiFi signal inside a cardboard box. From time to time, we hear people mention the Noosphere in the context of the hyperdimensional realm where our thoughts are pulsing. In fact, I'm a bit surprised that I didn't run across that word in the above material by Professors Harari and Markram.
Mr. W. and I have chatted off and on about how our DNA strands are twisted in a "Y" formation, like a tuning fork, and that it is through this "tuning fork" that our physical brains keep their connection with our own unique thoughts that are floating out there in the Noosphere.
We know that elite socieites, including the Nazi elites, were engaged in a global quest for all manner of sacred knowledge and global antiquities. Surely somewhere along the way these hunters must have asked themselves, "Wouldn't it be great if we could just tap into the memories of the people who lived in those prehistoric times?"
What if that is the ultimate goal of this research, to tap into the memories of people whose physical bodies have long since decayed but whose electromagnetic memories are still vibrating along some quantum sphere? We know there was an advanced high civilization thousands of years ago and we know that human hybridization was on their minds. If you watch the video I have presented above from Professor Harari, you will note that even he recognizes that last point.
If you had quantum computing capability, and could reverse engineer the DNA map of every living person in such a way that you could simulate the DNA of their ancestors - especially if you only focused on particular hereditary lines - could you then potentially "tune in" to all those memories that are just swimming around out there, begging to be plugged back in?
I shudder to think of the many ways THAT technology could get misused. Wouldn't you know it but there is a concept that touches on that very thing called COSMISM. We'll pursue that in future blogs, probably in my #Celestials series. Meanwhile, here's a blog that Joseph P. Farrell wrote on the subject last year when news was made of German researchers who had recovered Neanderthal DNA from dirt. Dr. Farrell said, "Let that sink in for a moment: human DNA - thousands of years old - is recoverable from dirt." And where there's DNA, somewhere out there, are knowledge and memories linked to it.