Round Up (April 23): Home Robots – Ugly Atheists – Devil’s Technology – UFOs

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a news round-up or a feature article. But I have a good reason: I’ve been completing the final draft of my novel, Alien Outpost. I know you’d rather read a fictional adventure novel full of advanced technology, secret government projects, a deep underground military base, UFOs, lots of guns, survivalism, brain-washed zombies, evil scientists, soldiers, and of course aliens (or are they?). All set in Texas, USA after America splits up. There’s something for everyone in this book!

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Now…you’ve been so patient, so here’s the latest edition of the round-up.

A Robot In Every Home

Amazon wants to deliver a robot to your home. You can count on it: people will sacrifice their privacy for freedom…as well as status, novelty and convenience. What other reason is there to have a robot in your home? Can you think of one good reason that the average person needs another pair of eyes and ears watching and listening? Most people will not need a reason, because they don’t think. Be different. Look at the big picture, friends.

The Atheist Double-Whammy: Foolish…AND Ugly?

The author George Orwell said that by a certain age “everyone has the face they deserve”. Perhaps he was completely correct.

I said that atheists are foolish (just agreeing with God and repeating what the ancient king David said), but this guy puts a spin on atheism I never considered: “You may recall that I was among the first to observe that atheists are neurologically atypical and that atheism is essentially a particular characteristic of being on the autism spectrum.”

Atheist Fedora
Atheists, what’s with the fedoras?

From comments: “As far as physiognomy goes, to a certain extent our souls shape our bodies. As we age, the nature of ourselves is more and more reflected in our appearance. Thus the ugliness of evil is displayed fully upon the body.” George Soros is proof of this.

Maybe physiognomy hasn’t ben validated as “science”, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true (or useful). (And in this age of scientism, we tend to think that something that is non-scientific is somehow “bad” – to our own possible detriment.) Again, from the comments: “Heuristic- a quick rule of thumb, that isn’t always correct but is correct enough of the time to be useful.”

So, if it is true…how to explain it? Here’s a possibility: “There is the idea that you become what you worship. Whatever is most important to you in your life becomes your idol. Now, while some people may be predisposed to certain character traits from birth, these character traits can also be developed after birth…Certain activities, thoughts, obsessions will change a person overtime.”

Another wise comment: “So in essence, a person can traumatize themselves. That’s why the Bible commands us not to entertain sin. By engaging uncertain sins, we are in a sense rewriting our brains and that internal change will eventually manifest itself through our physical appearance as well. That’s why sin is sin, you cannot sin without it affecting you and those around you. It’s like being exposed to radiation.”

The Devil’s Technological Plan

Most of the articles and news round-ups I’ve written deal with the over-arching theme of technology and how it relates to prophecy. The two things (i.e. technology and the antichrist) go hand-in-hand these days. For a person to not be able to see this, they are truly (spiritually) blind. It’s not only obvious, but in recent years it’s become blatant.

So, what’s the devil’s plan? In a sentence, his plan is: to use technology to it’s fullest potential for his purposes.

What is that? Not to cure disease. Not to enlighten darkened minds. Not to empower the weak or to motivate the lazy. Not to invigorate producers of things.

It is to attack God and his creation. Especially the part of the creation that reflects God. In other words, people. Humans. The created beings who show the image of God. You are the target of his attacks, and now in 2018 it’s being done at the meta-level.

“…Hell Laboratories have in recent years created what philosophers call a meta-level: the Internet, to give it its true name. Now, whatever poor mortals seek, they seek through their computers, phones, and the Internet, which is to say me. So powerful is this tool, whereby the image displaces the Word, there can be no escape. Conditioning through images and, soon, through HL’s latest brilliant stroke, genetic engineering, will destroy human free will altogether. And that will be my final victory, for it will mean that when the Enemy returns to Earth, there will be no creatures made in His own image there to meet him, at least not among the living.” – from His Majesty’s Birthday

UFO News

I have indeed been seeing UFOs in the news lately, but honestly it’s a bit tiresome to re-post similar articles over and over. I don’t want to do it. Instead, I’m working on writing a feature article to explore what the truth is about aliens and UFOs. If you’ve read any of my past writings, you’ll know I am not a believer in UFOs in the sense that people are seeing flying saucers from outer space. But a very real phenomenon is occurring. That is the one thing I agree with the physicists such as Michio Kaku and world governments and military.

I have to give Michio Kaku some credit in the above video. He says “new laws of physics” open up. I agree, and in more “Bible vernacular” I would call them spiritual phenomenon or spiritual manifestations. We may just be seeing the same things from different angles.

Round Up (April 2): Shape of Water – Weaponized Social Media – Thomas Jefferson’s UFO – More UFO Sightings – Mind Reading AI

The Shape of Water Deception

The most celebrated movie of the year – The Shape of Water – is given an eye-opening analysis in this study on Beginning and End. Did you realize the connection with Genesis 6 and the creature in this movie? Whether a devil is called a “god”, a “saint”, an idol, a “ghost”, an “alien”, or even a monster – it doesn’t care so much what label you give it, as long as you give it worship.

Social Score

If you’ve doubted the seriousness of an impending “social score” because you thought, “I live in America where it will never happen”, read this: When ALL Gun Owners Are Shunned. This guy gets it. Even if the USA doesn’t implement an official or quasi-official “social media score” (like in China), you may end up having a de facto social score in practice.

You’re living in a time when everything is being turned upside-down.

Thomas Jefferson’s UFO Sighting

President and father of our country Thomas Jefferson once saw a UFO. He didn’t call it that, of course, but his sighting of strange aerial phenomenon would certainly fit right in to the current trend of sightings. Read about it here.

More UFO Sightings in the News

And no, it’s not just my imagination – there really are more UFO sightings being reported in major news outlets. It’s been happening increasingly more often in the last six months. Here are a few links:
13 Reasons to Believe Aliens Are Real
2 Pilots in Different Planes Saw the Same UFO. The FAA Can’t Explain It.

Time Magazine, CNN, and even Fortune magazine all reported on this as well” Two pilots report seeing UFO in southern Arizona skies

The thing is, lately the whole UFO thing is being (for the most part) reported with soberness and not treated as a joke. Why do you think the concept of UFOs is being treated more seriously lately?

AI-Created Fake News: Coming Soon to Your Social Feed

Fake news is being enhanced by AI.

Key takeaways:

  • When you log into a social network such as FaceBook, you are entering a brain laboratory. You are the experimental subject.
  • “the next generation of fake news would be far more sophisticated thanks to AI.”
  • “Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, suggested that the company would use AI to spot fake news. According to Gourley, AI could be used in the service of the opposite goal as well.”
  • An AI President

    In my article on the Coming AI Gods, I mentioned the possibility of one day having an AI-enhanced ruler. I posit that perhaps the image of the beast will be such an entity. And one day people will call out for it. They’ll desire an AI to rule over them as much as they should desire Jesus Christ to rule over them. Why? Because “their foolish hearts are darkened”.

    The numerous deceived masses would literally rather worship a thing they created – a computer simulation of a god, made of earthly elements – than the One Who created it all. They’d rather worship an idol of their own making than worship the real God of the Universe!

    Here’s the latest: The Case for an Artificially-Intelligent POTUS.

    AI that Can Read Your Thoughts?

    An artificially-intelligent humanoid robot (an android), could be given almost all the characteristics (actually, imitations of the characteristics) of the Creator God. If that were so, it could effectively “replace” the Messiah. This is what is called “antiChrist”. One of the things only God could do – up until now – is to know your thoughts. Well, AI mind-reading technology is here to change all that. Welcome to the dystopian future: we’ve sure worked hard to get here.

Why I Read the King James Version of the Bible

kjv bibleI’ve long held to the belief that the best Bible in English is the KJV. I’ve read through it a few times, and will continue to do so. I don’t plan on picking up a modern version any time soon.

That’s not to say I’m antagonistic towards people who don’t believe the same way I do. I go to church with people who don’t read it. I listen to sermons preached from other versions. I get it: not everyone likes the KJV, or thinks it’s the best, or even thinks it’s accurate. That’s fine if people want to read other versions. I really don’t make an issue of it (and don’t care to, at all).

But I am convinced that it’s the best Bible you can read. (And easiest to memorize.) If you have a dictionary, a concordance, and a KJV – and you actually read it – you have all you need to be able to study God’s word. You can learn and grow spiritually from it as countless others have, and I think there are less impediments along the way when compared to, say, the NIV.

(But that’s just me. I’m just some guy – a nobody out of nowhere – and I am not an authority. I just know what works for me.)

However, I did find an interesting article about the KJV recently – Why You Should Read the Authorized (King James) Version?. The article is worth reading. I think the pastor who wrote the article makes some excellent points in favor of the KJV. He gives a few scholarly and practical reasons for reading the KJV which are worth considering.

One thing I’ve said for a long time – which I was happy to see in this article – is reference to the venerable word “ya’ll” and it’s equivalent in the KJV. (This guy gets it!) It might seem like a minor point, but it’s one I’ve never seen anyone else bring up. And understanding the difference forms of “you” can make a difference in the meaning of a verse. (No other English Bible allows for this distinction in its language, to my knowledge.)