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The World Economic Forum’s Focus on Transhumanism

Why is the World Economic Forum — and the globalist elites it represents or entails — focused on Transhumanism? There is a myriad of implications in this one question, not least of which involves the worldview of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The goal of transhumanism is essentially the cyborging of humanity. This can be conceived in several ways, but perhaps the most dominant is the digitalization of human consciousness or the union of human consciousness with digital forms of existence. Much of this is still theoretical, but that gap is closing quickly, and, as such, the questions of the origin or humanity as well as its telos (destiny) rise in relevance. Elon Musk’s Neuralink is deploying even as I write: it embeds a chip in your skull that is surgically-robotically connected to the brain’s electrical neurological framework. Another recent discussion involves a Bluetooth for your brain, being used to help paralyzed individuals regain some functionality since a computer might be able to tell their body what to do even when their brain would fail on its own: ABC interviewed the CEO of Syncron who elucidates the process.

Transhumanist of the WEF sort frequently laud the notion of uploading the human consciousness digitally. This is where the question of the human soul and spirit arise along with humanity’s origin and destiny. Presumably, the WEF is interested in the prospect of immortality, a prospect conceivably made possible by casting off biological “restrictions.” Is the human mind nothing more than electrical signals? An important distinction is that “brain” refers to the physical material in the human body while “mind” refers to the immaterial information/data/intel that composes or constitutes human identity or “person.” There is much to discuss, and nuance must guide it.

The other obscured topic looming over all of this is the “God-world relationship.” This topic really is a principle meta-narrative, and how the transhumanist agenda advances — what it discovers — will have direct bearing on how we understand not only the God-human relationship, but the God-world relationship as well. Lastly, we will work with the scientific data of documented consciousness apart from brain functionality. This concludes part 1, with which I only intended to set the stage for this discussion of transhumanism, human destiny, and the fate of the God-world relationship.