Eric Coppolino is an astrologer who argues that digitisation is altering the fabric of reality, shifting humanity towards transhumanism.
(Joe Allen’s conversation with me, about transhumanism, is worth watching in conjunction with this one.)
Transhumanism is an idea or movement that believes in using science and technology to enhance human abilities and qualities. It seeks to improve our physical, mental, and intellectual capacities beyond their natural limitations.
For example, imagine a person with a prosthetic limb that is not only able to restore their lost mobility but also provides superior strength and agility compared to a regular limb.
Transhumanism envisions a future where we can enhance our bodies and minds through technologies like genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, and cybernetic implants to overcome our biological constraints and potentially achieve greater levels of health, intelligence, and longevity.
But there is also a dark side.
Consider the following.
- SARS-CoV-2 was invented inside computer modelling software, which was referred to as “genome sequence”.
- A genome sequence is a digital interpretation of what is supposedly seen in reality.
- Except that nothing was seen in reality.
- The “virus” was propagandised and marketed as a deadly pathogen.
- What followed was mass fear and mass compliance.
In other words, there is no difference between SARS-CoV-2 and a computer virus.
Both are digital and don’t exist outside of a computer.