Trans-humanism and the Archontic Agenda, Gnostic Warnings From the Past

Trans-humanism (The melding of man to machine) is nothing new. It’s been in the wind for quite some time. It’s only now emerging from the depths of research dungeons. The department of war has been tinkering with it; DARPA, the deepest, darkest arteries of the U.S.  war department has been advocating it; Monsanto and its gang of petro-pharma-chemical brewsters have been practicing it. The notion of transhumanism even finds a counterpart in pre-Christian, Nag Hammadi texts, discovered in Egypt 1945. The codecs were squirreled away from the persecuting fires of the church, by a surviving group of Gnostics who referred to a subversive horde of Archons; as an in-organic mental parasites.  The chief demigod, Yaldabaoth, incapable of creation, but having a capacity for mimicking it. Sound familiar?

Through the slow process of acclimatization, this technology has been foisted upon the organic world, in a sense, overshadowing, mimicking the organic with the intention of replacing it with a mechanical counterpart; Nietzsche’s ubermensch (The over man or superman.) Monsanto’s geo-engineered, scorched earth; a desolation where nothing but fake seeds can possibly survive. The cold ‘science’ of a machine mind, mimicking life in its own image. Counterparts for these new Archons of today are found in the Nag Hammadi Gnostic texts of yesterday.

If the masses don’t react soon and pull the plug on the Genetically Modified world to come, there won’t be an organic reality left to write home about.


Monsanto Eerily Mimics Archon Behavior Depicted in Nag Hammadi Gnostic Texts
The Archons of Gnosticism and DNA Sequencing, a Convergence of Past and Present
Monsanto’s Love Affair with Synthetic Biology, BioEngineering, GeoEngineering
Weather Channel Joins Hands With Monsanto GeoEngineering

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1 Response to Trans-humanism and the Archontic Agenda, Gnostic Warnings From the Past

  1. Pooja says:

    Kent, I find your posts captivating since kninowg you and not kninowg you jumps off the page; each day, each encounter, each post brings to light such great depth and reflection. It is inspiring and motivating. I’ll need to jump on with my partner and read the works you have already completed and shared. Thanks, John


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