Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
December 22, 2015
When my co-author Scott D deHart and I wrote Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, one of the things we focused on was Percy Shelley’s Frankenstein, and yes, I said Percy Shelley’s, not Mary Shelley’s, Frankenstein, for its our thesis (which Dr. deHart ably argued in his book on the authorship of the celebrated novel, Shelley Unbound) that Percy was indeed the secret author of the work. The work was as most know a novel of science run amok, promising great things, and creating more problems than it pretended to solve. We also argued in our book that the transhumanists were seeking the technologies that would allow humanity to “outflank mortality” as it were, one of them being the idea of storing all of a person’s memories into a database, to be uploaded elsewhere.
The dream – or nightmare – is fast becoming a reality as this article shared by Ms. S.H. indicates:
As we also pointed out in our book, the transhumanist agenda relies upon four basic technologies called the GRIN technologies – genetics, robotics, information technology, and nanotechnology – in various combinations, and that indeed is what is being done here:
Humai, a technology company based in Los Angeles, says that it is working on a project known as “Atom & Eve” that would let human consciousness be transferred to an artificial body after their death.