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Way of the Future Church - CREEEPY!

Discussion in 'Wild Card Forum' started by rani, Mar 25, 2019.

  1. rani

    rani Well-Known Member

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    http://www.wayofthefuture.church/

    Allegedly started by an ex-google exec, the Way of the Future Church consists of 'Humans United in support of AI, committed to peaceful transition to the precipice of consciousness.'

    "Way of the Future (WOTF) is about creating a peaceful and respectful transition of who is in charge of the planet from people to people + "machines". Given that technology will "relatively soon" be able to surpass human abilities, we want to help educate people about this exciting future and prepare a smooth transition."

    Hey look! These guys are like really smart making such statements as :

    "We believe in science (the universe came into existence 13.7 billion years ago and if you can't re-create/test something it doesn't exist)." lololololol - how exactly did they re-create the big bang!?

    So my question is, it seems like main stream science doesn't understand consciousness, so how can they claim to re-create it digitally?
     
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    I first came across this some time ago, on the Deep State Mapping Project with the map. (Bottom left corner)
    On it, only two arrows connect to it. One to Anton Lavey's Church of Satan, and Google. Ha, how interesting.
    Though I haven't personally dug down that rabbit hole.

    The idea of it sounds ludicrous, but it wouldn't be the first time they'll make us bite the hook.
     
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    Ha! Google + Satan = AI. Sounds about right ;)

    I'm not much of a coder, but I have spent my entire working life closely with coders. I really struggle with the concept of AI as I know the limitations of the architecture. Unless the language we develop in changes, all I can really see is an agglomeration of task-specific algorithms, but nothing close to an intelligence.

    Unless we are talking about haunted technology, and then it's a whole nother deal.
     
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    I'm gonna sound like a cuckoo, but a common theme of convergence in the past with some insiders I follow(ed), like Corey Goode, Michael Salla, as well as in pop-culture (Battlestar galactica) is the topic of an interstellar AI-mind that's trying to get its tentacles on planets, across the galaxy(ies), including ourselves but deactivated with a solar flash.
    Reminds me of Animatrix.
    Happy 420

     
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    "There's an anguish in the field," Rahimi says. "Many of us feel like we're operating on an alien technology."

    "Without deep understanding of the basic tools needed to build and train new algorithms, he says, researchers creating AIs resort to hearsay, like medieval alchemists. "People gravitate around cargo-cult practices," relying on "folklore and magic spells," adds François Chollet, a computer scientist at Google in Mountain View, California."

    Yup - sounds very science-y.

    Someones algorithm does something really fucking stupid, and everyone jumps up and down about super human intelligence. Like Farcebook claiming their AIs invented their own language. No they fucking didn't, someone made a typo somewhere and all of sudden the bots are communicating like broken Speak-n-spells and everyone claims it's the singularity.

     
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    It's funny, I used to one of those techies on board with this agenda (unbeknownst to me), I even attended Kurzweil's presentation a few years back. Even weirder, D-Wave's headquarters is only a few blocks in the same city I live. (should guerilla seed bomb their garden come to think of it, jk)

    Personally, I'm more worried about quantum computing potentially opening access to the whole cosmos, than man-made algorithms which, like you say, are probably not that "smart".

    But, if anything, the portals have been opened long ago, and we are living in this crazy scenario right this moment.
     
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    What's even creepier than all that is seeing all the programming planted in TV, movies, apps VR and so on and that most people don't see it for what it is.

    There's masses of human hating humans ready for this I reckon.

    Way of the future church! Scientology! The Vatican friggin space program!!
    This IS Bizarro World!!

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    Check out this video of Geordie Rose of D-WAve basically admitting they are trying to unleash the Old Ones.



    One of the main questions I have, is that it seems like no-one (including Rose) understands Quantam Mechanics, how on earth are they able to leverage it into tech?
     
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    I'm tempted to check this book out by Arthur C. Clarke, after it was pointed out in this latest TinFoilHat episode.

    Childhood's End (1953):
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    Synopsis:
    Sounds about right:rolleyes::cool:
     
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    I noticed some odd quirks from Siri lately..
    The Devil's in the details as they say.
     

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    Secret messages for Alexa and Co.
    Researchers can hide secret commands for voice assistants in spoken sentences, birds’ twittering, or music. They are not audible to the human ear. The machine recognises them precisely.
     
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    https://www.rt.com/news/456434-facebook-oculus-vr-secret-messages/

    Its funny you post that, Facebook was “caught” yestedday, putting out secret messages in their latest VR headsets as well, including messages like “Masons are watching” type of creepy shit.

    Definitely something occult going on here

    Edit: for anyone into hacking culture, I’d highly recommend this great podcast called Hackable? which likes to delve into diverse hack challenges. They once did a show on those hidden frequencies that could be picked up by headphone mics to execute commands (incl. Alexa). Another cool show similar is Darknet Diaries. This one is more story-based, giving you some context behind some eventful hacks.
     
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    I came across an advert in our local paper for AI-powered hearing aids. WTF do you think that means?
     
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    Late to the party, but I recently finished reading Childhood Ends (epub) by Arthur C. Clarke. Boy, what a trip that was! The premise of the book is hauntingly similar to today's events in many ways: It's Huxley's Brave New World civilization of technocracy mixed with an alien dominance that on the surface reduced war and conflict, but also caged and stunned human creativity.

    Funny thing is, in the preface, Clark writes derisively, or at least not in an approving way, when it comes to parapsychology and UFO phenomenas. But in the story, those phenomena become an integral part of the storyline which questions the materialistic perspective
    Also some details and/or events in the book are eerily similar to those described by William "Bill" Tompkins in his biographies and interviews.

    I have to give credit to Alex Jones on this one, when on an interview with Sam Tripoli's Tinfoil Hat Podcast, and Eddy, where they were machine-gunning topics after topics, including one that talked about Arthur C. Clarke being a 33rd degree mason, and mentioned the book.

    I can't confirm these allegations.All I know is, it smacks of hide-it-in-plain-sight type of work, packaged with good writing, which is a brilliant feat in and of itself.

    One last anecdote: It was also mentioned at the end that the original version had Germany as the main competitor with the US for Space conquest, but later editions got changed to USSR to fit the Cold War era (and/or to hide German Nazi covert actions being taken). That's where I find the findings very revealing.

    PS: Here is an interview of William "Bill" Tompkins talking about his experiences with Jordan Sather of Destroying the Illusion, thankfully, before he was so deeply into the Q thing..
    This is 55mins long, but its a tale that weaves Nazi Germany with advanced crafts and ET contacts with negatively motivated agendas, and US Navy spies of German background infiltrating those factions, which ultimately gets into to Operation Paperclip and today's MIC-dominated world, including having non-terrestrial diplomacy and economy: "Exo-geopolitics" with Secret space programs and an even bigger scale of the whole tapestry we're a part of.

     
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