Jon Rappoport, long-time investigative reporter and contributing writer to Children’s Health Defense, reports that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has launched efforts to create a vaccine that would protect people from most flu strains, all at once, with a single shot. But instead of injecting a piece of a virus into a person, in order to stimulate the immune system, synthesized genes would be shot into the body:
“The viruses invade human cells with their DNA payloads, and the synthetic gene is incorporated into the recipient’s own DNA. If all goes well, the new genes instruct the cells to begin manufacturing powerful antibodies.” (Altering Human Genetics Through Vaccination, June, 2019)
The permanent alteration of human DNA has long been a utopian fantasy of Transhumanists. They hope that through genetically re-engineering human DNA that humankind will achieve perfection apart from the need for Jesus Christ.
Dr. Martin Erdmann, who was a Senior Scientist at the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland, researched the ethical implications of Nanotechnology and Transhumanism. Erdmann concludes:
"Transhumanist philosophy promotes the idea of human enhancement by technological means. In its extremes, futuristic concepts like intelligence enhancement (up to "superintelligence") using techniques like genetic engineering, psychopharmacology, anti-aging therapies, neural interfaces, wearable/implantable computers, long-lasting internal organ replacement, mental uploading and so forth are propagated from prominent positions like the US Nanotechnology Initiative and the Oxford University philosophy department."
"...transhumanists urge the human race to seize control of its destiny, casting off the restrictive and pernicious dogmas of bygone eras, as they see it. It is a way of thinking about the future that is based on the premise that the human species in its current form does not represent the end of our development but rather a comparatively early phase." (4)
Trans-humanism's neo-gnostic, spiritually pagan worldview is grounded in an inverted evolutionary exegesis that places the genesis of everything existing at the bottom, in a void, starting perhaps from a movement, and then miraculously evolving upward by the amazing powers of the "ghost." This evolutionary account affirms on one hand that living beings created themselves and on the other that their spirits are free, meaning untouched by the Holy Triune Creator, the evil demiurge responsible for trapping free spirits in evil matter. Hence the Trans-humanist desire to get rid of their "meat machines" by merging them with machines:
"...inserting technology into human brains is not the only thing going on. Some scientists also want to insert human brains into technology." (6)
The view that the material realm is a hell created by an evil demiurge (the Holy Trinity) is why a number of physicists and Oxford University philosopher Nick Bostrom, one of the founders of the World Transhumanist Association, put forward a 'scientific' theory that the world we live in is a computer simulation in the minds of Robotic Overlords who are using humanity as playthings. Within the context of this theory, the Holy Trinity is the expression of an ego-driven consciousness – a projection of artificial intelligence that has entrapped humanity through deceit and parasitism in a simulated world of matter to prevent human beings from remembering that they are divine spirits whose real home is the Divine Energy Field or Pleroma.
Globally powerful Transhumanists are actively transforming the world according to a philosophy called Technocracy, and it "is impacting every segment of society in every corner of the world." This wrenching transformation is sponsored and orchestrated by a global elite "led by David Rockefeller's and Zbigniew Brzezinski's Trilateral Commission."(2)
The tentacles of Technocracy include programs such as,
"Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Global Warming/Climate Change, Cap and Trade, Agenda 21, Common Core State Standards, Conservation Easements, Public-Private Partnerships, Smart Growth, Land Use, energy Smart Grid, de-urbanization, and de-population." (2)
Utopianism has its basis in hatred of God and the world He created. In order for the utopian to assert his mastery over the world and mankind he must 'murder' or otherwise eliminate God, thereby liberating the Elect to define the deconstruction and transformation of creation and man under the sign of science.
Behind all of this is the burning ambition and delusional hopes of the zealot in his conviction that only the Elect have knowledge, which is power. It was against such temptation that man was warned under the Tree of Life. But the utopian wants to perfect the imperfect creation as an act of vengeance against the God who drove men from Paradise. (10)
The Technocratic Utopian World Order: Why Proclaiming Jesus Christ the Word Became Flesh is Offensive http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kimball/170730