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Looking Backward to Our Techno-Future

July 29, 2011

“As our understanding of technology grows, so does our understanding of the spiritual universe… our conception of God has formed and reformed into the shape of our technology.” – Matt Swayne.

I’m excited about this latest edition of Forcing Change!

A couple of weeks ago a book was launched titled Pandemonium’s Engine (Defender Publishing). Earlier this year, I had been asked to contribute a chapter to this volume, which deals with the historical and contemporary Transhuman movement. My chapter was titled, “To Storm Heaven; To Be Like God; To Rule the World.”

This latest edition of Forcing Change follows suit: I’ve revised parts of my chapter, added side-bars with extra information, incorporated key images, and am now releasing it to the Forcing Changing membership.

You don’t want to miss this edition. Download it, re-read it, pass it on. Our century will witness the creation of a New Global Man as a unit in a New Global Society. If we have an understanding of its foundational platform, we’ll be better equipped to understand the length and breadth of tomorrow’s changes.

If you are a member of Forcing Change, download the July issue today; it’s titled, “Looking Backward To Our Techno-Future.”

Major aspects covered in this report include:

– An introduction detailing technological advances: What used to be “science fiction” is now fact.

– A brief survey of Utopian/Dystopian literature: 1984 and Brave New World, here we come.

– The Biblical foundation of Genesis 3: To be as God…

– The historical role of the Tower of Babel: To storm heaven…

– Faith in Science: The philosophies of Saint Simon and Comte – to rule the world.

– The Science of Mysticism: Perfection through Freemasonry and Theosophy.

– Faith in Lucifer, Faith in Man: The “enlightenment” of Lucifer and an ancient hate.

– Evolving religion in a posthuman world: Bowing to the “God” of our making.

– Dangers and pitfalls: “Even technologies readily available today… could become fearsome new plagues…”

Forcing Change members can download the complete report and all relevant back issues at

 P.S. Your membership in Forcing Change allows this research to continue. If you’re not a member, consider joining today. You will gain access to a wealth of educational materials, and at the same time, your support enables this type of intense research to continue.

One Comment leave one →
  1. August 4, 2011 8:21 pm

    Just what I was searching for, regards for posting . “There are many victories worse than a defeat.” by George Eliot.

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