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The idea of transferring one’s conscious from one body to another is not new. Media has created movies and themes to propel this idea in the past. Recall in 1998, the movie “Fallen” ?
Homicide detective John Hobbes witnesses the execution of serial killer Edgar Reese. Soon after the execution the killings start again, and they are very similar to Reese’s style.
The movie portrayed the serial killer performing a magic rite to allow him to body jump, much like demonic possession. Prior to that was a movie in 1989, the movie “Shocker”
After being sent to the electric chair, a serial killer uses electricity to come back from the dead and carry out his vengeance on the football player who turned him in to the police.
Same concept. The only difference (electricity versus satanic ritual) is the method of how the conscience is released and transferred.
Fast forward to 2015, you have the movie Self/less, where they use a high powered MRI to transfer conscience. The desire to live forever and promise of immortality has plagued mankind since Garden of Eden.
Recently I been watching Netflix original show “Travelers”. Netflix recently released season 2.
Hundreds of years from now, surviving humans discover how to send consciousness back through time, into people of the 21st century, while attempting to save humanity from a terrible future.
I have enjoyed the show, but again, the idea is the ability to move one’s conscience. [Spoiler Alert] The future an AI was created, called “The Director”. The director knows and see’s all, and everyone has their conscience within the computer mainframe. This allows the conscience to be saved and moved from host to host.
I have said in the past, media provides us glimpses of what the elite is working on. Outside of media and Horror/Sci-Fi is the attempt to move forward with conscience uploads.
An article written in 2013.
Kurzweil — an inventor, futurist and now director of engineering at Google — predicts that by 2045, technology will have surpassed human brainpower to create a kind of superintelligence — an event known as the singularity. Other scientists have said that robots will overtake humans by 2100. [Super-Intelligent Machines: 7 Robotic Futures] [Source]
An article in 2015. A startup company working to upload conscience to a robot body, allowing immortality. Much like the 2015 movie “Chappie”.
“We’re using artificial intelligence and nanotechnology to store data of conversational styles, behavioural patterns, thought processes and information about how your body functions from the inside-out. This data will be coded into multiple sensor technologies, which will be built into an artificial body with the brain of a deceased human. Using cloning technology, we will restore the brain as it matures.” [Source]
An article written in 2016.
During a Global Futures 2045 International Congress, he sensationally said: “We’re going to become increasingly non-biological to the point where the non-biological part dominates and the biological part is not important any more.” [Source]
The idea of this ability remains for the year 2045, meaning they are on a schedule and letting the public aware that schedule remains.
Today in 2018, a new Netflix original is promoting this same idea with a twist. The new show is called “Altered Carbon”, where it appears a host will be grown for you to transfer your conscience too. They use the word “shedding”, much like found in Self/less. This shedding refers back to snakes shedding their skin. Again the first serpent in the Garden promises immortality.
So what we have is man attempting to attain immortality, through any method possible. The use of technology (shocker) or Satanic rites (Fallen) or combination does not matter. As methods are provided, the attempt remains. These shows or movies are merely conveying this idea to the public, in order to pre-program or accept it when it becomes available.
I have been investigating something called Orgonite. I won’t say how I got here, but it was one rabbit hole into another. Such is the way, when reviewing so called conspiracy theories.
This video below is what caught my attention.
What is Orgonite?
Orgonite is a substance made of resin, metals and quartz. These items can be made by anyone, and the belief is these items balances orgone. Orgonite® is a word that was invented by Karl Hans Welz for a material he made as a variation on the technology of Wilhelm Reich.
This item is generally molded with resin, with a mixture of organic (resin, crystal) and non-organic (metal shavings or metal powder) and a copper coil. There are many resources on how to create these items, or those selling them.
Orgone is the term given by Dr. Wilhelm Reich, an Austrian psychiatrist. This Orgone is the same as the Ether, bio-energy, chi, prana, or other terms to describe living energy.
What does organite do exactly?
The idea is organite provides a “scrubbing” action takes place, and along with the charge that the crystal gives off, this cleans stagnant and negative energy, and brings it back to a healthy, vibrant state.
Others comment it transforms negative (bad) energy into positive (good) energy. However, this is debated. Rather orgonite does provide good energy, it does not transform energy.
What are the applications of orgonite?
With the bombardment of Wifi, frequencies, microwaves, cellphone waves, and the introduction of 5G, the orgonite is suppose too help repel or dilute these. I say suppose too, because I have yet to find a live test on it. YouTuber ‘The Old Lab Rat’ has some interesting discussion on his findings.
Busting with Orgonite.
Additionally others are using this technology as a method to bust chemtrails and reduce harmful EMF from cell towers.
Orgonite breaking up a chemtrail video is shown below.
This video is a good description of the orgonite and busting harmful chemtrails and EMF.
The idea of harmful frequencies is not new. While CFL (Compact Fluorescent bulbs) are more efficient they also provide harmful effects on the human body.
This makes the prospect of orgonite compelling. It gives you a simple means to combat the harmful effects of technology and poisoning of the skies.
While I tend to take the metaphysical aspects of orgonite with a grain of salt, the science behind it is interesting to me. I have lived long enough to realize positive results of odd actions may not be understood, yet the results remain and cannot be denied.
Wilhelm Reich is the inventor of the term orgone, and like Nicholas Tesla his work and information were destroyed, stolen, and removed from the public. In my view, this helps propel the idea of a working knowledge being hidden, thus it must work. Interestingly, Wilhelm worked with Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, and other high brows during that time.
I really good video on the history of Richt and his history, research, and findings.
At the end of the day, I need to create and test this myself.
There is a recent show coming out this fall titled Wisdom of the Crowd. Essentially the show captures the idea of crowd-sourcing the public to submit information through their smartphones in the hopes to be part of criminal capture.
A tech innovator creates a cutting-edge crowd-sourcing hub to solve his own daughter’s murder, as well as revolutionizing crime solving in San Francisco. (IMDB, 2017)
This idea is not necessary new, as police have utilized social media and other avenues of technology to assist them in their job of hunting bad guys. While I haven’t had time to watch this yet, I suspect it will be more about ‘see something say something’ ideology. Thank you Janet Napolitano.
We continue to spiral in a world where most would flip out their smartphone to record for YouTube over assisting victims.
An interesting article discusses how the average of the wisdom of the crowd guessed the weight of an ox within 10 pounds. The result was the idea of a collection of the whole is better data than the expert of one.
Way back in 1906, the English polymath Francis Galton visited a country fair in which 800 people took part in a contest to guess the weight of a slaughtered ox. After the fair, he collected the guesses and calculated their average which turned out to be 1,208 pounds. To Galton’s surprise, this was within 1 percent of the true weight of 1,198 pounds. (TechnologyReview, 2014 Jul 14)
More fascinating to me is it turns out that if a crowd offers a wide range of independent estimates, then it is more likely to be wise. But if members of the crowd are influenced in the same way, for example by each other or by some external factor, then they tend to converge on a biased estimate. (TechnologyReview, 2014 Jul 14) This bias climate can be seen recently with the shootings in Las Vegas, when reporters told the witnesses only one shooter, rather than listening to what those on the ground had to say.
Meriam Webster defines crowdsourcing as the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people and especially from the online community rather than from traditional employees or suppliers.
This is quite effective as most people today would leave their wallet at home, over their smartphone. Again, the new show is merely a reflection of what is already occuring.
- Hatari project enables citizens of Nairobi to submit and share reports on locations of criminal activity and corruption. Visitors to the site can openly, or anonymously share their own experiences as victims of crime, in addition to the reporting of incidents and also receive alerts to crimes committed in their area. All information is shared via text messaging, as well as web postings and messages via social media such as Twitter.
- Police in Bristol, England are using Facebook and the internet to track down the killer of 25 year old architect Joanna Yeates who went missing on Friday 17th December 2010. Joanna’s body was found on Christmas Day. The Avon and Somerset Constabulary’s website and Facebook page contain a map of Joanna’s movements prior to her disappearance.
- Postacrime.com, Spotcrime.com, and CrimeReports all rely on tips from the public for information on all types of crimes committed, although Postacrime only focuses on instances of property loss and damage.
- The Seattle Police Department already have their own Twitter account with over 7,000 plus followers keeping track of the goings on in their city as well as tweeting vital information to help police in their investigations. They have now established a new initiative to tackle car crime, called Get Your Car Back. All reports of stolen cars are posted to this designation, including full details of the vehicle’s registration, colour, make and model. Followers who receive the tweet alerts call 911 when they recognise a stolen vehicle. Although it is too early to tell just how effective the move is proving to be, Seattle PD’s goal is to reduce the number of thefts between 10 and 20 percent.
- In 2014 a new app called LEEDIR (Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository) help police use smartphones as tools to gather evidence. (AP, 2014 May 2)
Those against this type of usage fear all this data is over reach of privatization. Additionally, it subjects innocent people to police scrutiny and does not provide “good evidence”. Personally, I feel Big Brother is getting assistance from it’s slaves.
“There’s a reason that we pay professionals to work in police departments,” said Nate Cardozo, a civil liberties attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
, and will willingly contribute and may not realize they are being exploited by the company,” Moffitt explained.
Whats your thoughts on this topic? I would love to hear it.
IMDB. (2017). Wisdom of the Crowd. Retrieved from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6522758/
TechnologyReview. (2014 Jul 14). Forget Wisdom of Crowds; Neurobiologists reveal the wisdom of the confident. Retrieved from https://www.technologyreview.com/s/528941/forget-the-wisdom-of-crowds-neurobiologists-reveal-the-wisdom-of-the-confident/
AP. (2014 May 2). New app lets police crowd source evidence. Retrieved from http://nypost.com/2014/05/02/new-app-lets-police-crowd-source-evidence/