Those of you who read My writings should know that I am an Immortalist. I seize and demand an inalienable personal right to be born, to live, and to exist. The only way any sentient creature can be born, can live, can exist, is to affirmatively attain immortality, and the only viable method by which personal immortality can be achieved, is via the use of science and technology.
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I recently received an interesting comment to one of My posts on this issue. The comment reads:
“What would a superior view of humanity and death be in, say, the 1700s, or even further back to civilisations like Ancient Rome or ancient Egypt?
In these periods, the very concept, let alone actualisation of technological immortality would have been literally unimaginable.
The truth that we are all being murdered by the deliberate refusal of immortality in 2015, while profound and forbidden, is still a very new truth. For 99.9% of human history, this truth did not yet exist as functional reality
So my question is what would be the appropriate view of death take for a superior living in Egypt 3000 years ago? Would death still be seen as a tragic inevitability, with the only difference being that the blame isn’t placed on humans themselves?
This isn’t an argument or criticism either, it’s literally a sincere curiosity I have. Ever since I discovered forbidden truth I have been fascinated and curious about how Superiors and Superiority would manifest itself in different times, vultures and civilizational models.”
This comment, and the questions it raises, are not merely thought-provoking, but allow for a genuine expansion of our understanding of the human condition, as well as the failure of humanity to attain technological immortality, from a historical perespective. This essay will be quite lengthy, because there are many diverse points and issues which must be explored within the Forbidden Truth envelope, in order to fully and comprehensively address and resolve this topic.
I want to begin by explaining how history must be defined. History cannot be seen or judged as an exploration of how things were in the past. Such an analysis is certain to be both limited and flawed, failing to illuminate Forbidden Truth. All historical analysis must resolve the issue of how things were not in the past, to the same degree as resolving how things were in the past. Only within such a full-spectrum analysis, is factual reality and Truth illuminated.
History is not shaped or altered by specific individuals. It never has been, and it is not today. History is directed by the collective will and desire of entire species, be they acting in a collaborative effort, or in isoolated individualism. Meaning, the evolutionary, or devolutionary path of a species can only be altered by the superior mind of an individual, be it a scientist, philosopher, teacher, etc…, if both the collective mainstream will and the existing societal level of reality perception, matches and dovetails with the proposed changes being suggested, or demanded, by an individual, Superior mind.
It is very important to understand the above Forbidden Truth, and the impact it has always had upon the historical choices and paths, along with positive progress and the lack thereof, of the human species. Individuals do not change the course of history. It is wrong to perceive or to conclude that whoever figured out how to make and control fire, at least 400,000 years ago, as an example, altered the course of human history.
Consider: It is clear that multiple individuals, spread over a diverse area, who had no contact with each other, figured out how to make fires. The making of fire was “discovered”, only because it was embraced and accepted by the species as a whole. The species wanted fires to be made, and so fires were made. And then hundreds of thousands of years passed by, with effectively no scientific progression from this discovery. Hundreds of thousands of years!! Why? Because humanity as a species was satisfied with being able to make fire, it did not want to progress further. History expresses what a species wants, not what it is capable of achieving.
So now let us begin to tackle the issue of death, from a historical context. Death has always been a problem which must be solved. A bad thing, an unacceptable end result, for which a solution must be realized, embraced, and made manifest reality. The human solution to freezing to death in cold weather, and being unable to see in the darkness of night, and being unable to cook food, and being unable to ward off predators, was the scientific embrace of the creation of fire. Make no mistake, creating fire was an act of science, even if no human creature could define such a term at that point in time. A solution to these problems was needed, was sought, was realized, was implemented, not as a singular discovery, but by numerous minds in conscious understanding that there was a problem, and it needed to be solved, and a solution was sought, accepted, utilized.
But what about the problem of death??? Death was not recognized by the human being as a problem that must be solved. It was not recognized as a problem, period. Death was accepted as “natural”, or inevitable, or a good thing or nothing to worry about. It was accepted 400,000 years ago, and 50,000 years ago, and 1,000 years ago, and 200 years ago, and it is accepted today, July 14, 2015. Literally, nothing has changed over the course of 400,000 years!! 400,000 years ago, humans chose and tried to delay and postpone death, and today humans use surgery, medicine, an artificial heart, vitamins, etc…, to delay and postpone death. It is exactly the same thing! Death itself is not recognized as a problem which must be solved, anymore today than it was 400,000 years ago.
So, when my commentator goes back only to the 1700’s, or ancient rome, and questions what a superior perspective and understanding of death would have been back then, he fails to place the human understanding of death in historical context, a context which must go back hunderds of thousands of years, because death has always been the #1 problem facing not merely humanity, not merely every human being, but every single sentient organism on an individual level, including the ant and cockroach.
No problem can be solved unless it is recognized as a problem. Humanity has proven, dating back hunderds of thousands of years, that it can, will, and does solve the problems that it recognizes as problems, and that it wants to solve. Science and tchnology is absolutely evolutionary and progressive in nature. Absolutely! Nobody is arguing that technological immortality could have been achieved prior to the scientific discovery of how to create fire, 400,000 years ago. But the Superior thinker understands that humanity as a species has embraced death, chosen to die, and continues to do so, effectively renouncing and rejecting the achievement of technological immortality.
How would history have evolved, if 400,000 years ago, humanity as a collective species resolved to find a solution to the problem of death, as it did resolve to find a solution to the problem of freezing temperatures and the darkness of a moonless night, and the need to scare off lions and bears??
And so we come to the human brain, fatally flawed on a genetic level, 400,000 years ago, 1,000 years ago, and today. Yes, the human brain has “evolved” over 400,000 years, in terms of knowledge, in terms of fact accumulation, but in terms of cognitive capacity to recognize and embrace Truth?? No! It has not evolved! 400,000 years ago, the human could witness death, he could see a rotting human corpse being consumed by maggots, he could see a human skeleton, absolute bone, immovable, lifeless, no brain, no heart. A formerly sentient life form, reduced to eternal nothingness, retroactive unbirth. He could see this with absolute clarity, just as is the case today. But he did not see reality and Truth, just as today, nobody sees this reality and Truth.
Nothing can be achieved unless and until it is imagined. And nothing can be imagined unless it is desired. The genetically crippled human brain has always accepted death, rationalized death as the right thing to experience. The reasons why this is so, are complex and multi-faceted, worthy of a completely new essay. We have cowardice at the forefront, combining with Self-hatred, an addiction of comforting fantasies, an inability to accept Truth and reality, emotional malfunctions, including addiction to other living things. We have the “monkey see, monkey do” pathology of mind, mindless following, “He died, so I gotta die too”.
It is clear, to the logical and sane thinker, that the intelligence potential, meaning the intellectual capacity of the human brain, was not and is not the primary problem, insofar as making technological immortality a functional reality. The primary problem has always been desire, reality perception, and the inability of the human being to consciously accept the factual realities of what death is, and by proxy, to find the courage to undertake a battle to defeat death. Understand: To undertake such a battle requires the conscious understanding of what will be lost, what you, the individual will lose, should you fail to win the battle. The consequence of loss, is eternal nothingness and retroactive unbirth. Humanity cannot face and accept this Truth, therefore cannot choose to undertake the battle. A battle not undertaken, can never be won.
This is the historical context within which technological immortality must be understood. Every generation of human beings, at every singular point in time dating back hundreds of thousands of years, has lacked the brain-based courage to embrace the factual consequences of death, on a directly personal level. If the human of 400,000 years ago, or 50,000 years ago, or 1,000 years ago, had desired, demanded, and fought to achieve technological immortality, it would be a reality today.
How long would it have taken?? Exactly when would technological immortality have been achieved?? These are impossible questions to accurately answer, but they are also irrelevant, unimportant questions. The profoundly important Truth is that the entire historical timeline would have been radically altered, and none of us would be dying today, unless of course the altered historical timeline would have had other negative consequences, such as humanity having extincted itself by its own hand by now…
All that has ever been required to achieve technological immortality has been courage and Truth, on a personal and a species-wide level. The courage to undertake a war against a True enemy, death, knowing and understanding that if you lose, the consequences for you on a personal level, will be horrific. And the capacity to embrace the Truth, that not undertaking the war will definately result in suffering the same horrific consequences, therefore logic dictates you must choose to undertake the war. Simple logic, but the genetically and environmentally diseased and broken human brain, cannot accept it.
If the individual human of 400,000 years ago had found the courage to embrace these Truths and undertake this war, he himself would most likely have lost, and suffered the horror of death. So would many future generations. It would likely have taken at least thousands, more likely tens of thousands of years, of unrelenting effort, for the human being of 400,000 years ago, to progress from making fire with sticks, to achieving technological immortality.
But he would have succeeded. Scientific progress is nothing more than an ongoing accumulation of knowledge, fact, technology, and Truth, appropriately applied. Starting with very little, it would have taken the human of 400,000 years ago, a significant amount of time. But by not seeking technological immortality, the human species absolutely wasted hundreds of thousands of years, dooming trillions of humans to the horror of death, by its own pathetic, perverse, cowardly choice.
Today, in 2015, the situation is radically different, but only by pure luck, only by the fact that over so many years, the scientific and technological knowledge base of humanity has greatly expanded and deepened, not due to any genuine embrace of science in any positive way at any point in time, but simply due to the passage of time and the need for humans to maintain the Self-delusion that they are progressing on an evolutionary level.
Science is just as rejected today as it was 400,000 years ago, when the species decided that making fire with sticks was good enough. Today, curing cancer so a human can pretend to be alive for 10 more years, is good enough, according to humanity. Nothing has changed! The only thing different is that the species has greatly accelerated its devolutionary spiral, with suicidal ideation greatly increased, insane obsessions with external love, with false illusions of power, with enslaving others and imagining you are not enslaved, and many other pathologies of brain function reaching new heights of severity.
But back to my primary point, and the irony here is immense! Despite the human devolutionary spiral, despite the fact that humanity has wasted 400,000 years of time by failing to embrace Truth, thereby failing to alter the historical timeline and making technological immortality a functional reality many thousands of years ago, in terms of science and technology, humanity still has never been closer than right now, to achieving this feat!
The rational mind of a sane human of 400,000 years ago, would have pretty much been forced to resign itself to the fact that on a personal level, he will lose the war to attain technological immortality, even though obviously he must fight it, because the consequences of not fighting would be just as horrific. Still, you can say this upcoming personal loss could be an excuse, not a valid excuse, but still an excuse, not to fight.
But on July 14, 2015, this excuse is null and void. Because with the preface that there is no guarantee, if humanity as a species resolved today, on this very date, to undertake an all-out war, to band together as a species and deploy every available resource and effort to achieve technological immortality, it is clear that the achievement would occur rapidly, very rapidly, within 10 years I would estimate. 20 years at most! So this means that the majority of us who are alive at this moment, would achieve personal immortality!
This is a huge difference in comparison to the human being of 400,000 years ago, and given the altered historical timeline, the human being of the roman empire era, or of 1700, 1800, even 1900. Logic dictates that the conscious realization that we can today, literally and actually make ourselves immortal, should be able to inspire a worldwide, one-voice movement to eradicate death. But no, of course not! Because we have the devolutionary spiral in play, the fact that humanity as a species is much more mentally diseased and dysfunctional today, than it was 400,000, 50,000, or even 1,000 years ago.
Death has been woven into the very fabric, the very consciousness, of all of humanity. And now, in the 21st century, the capacity to achieve technological immortality on a personal level, never actually sought or desired by humanity at any point in time, truly a gift from nature, the greatest of all possible gifts, cannot be embraced, cannot be understood, cannot be contemplated or fathomed, much less affirmatively seized and turned into functional reality.
This is the greatest of all ironies, and the greatest of all horrors, to all who are sane, to all who love themselves and are Superiors of mind, such as Myself. I am a murder victim! I am a murder victim of humanity as a collective entity, dating back hundreds of thousands of years. And I am your murder victim, today, yesterday, tomorrow. I am your murder victim, murder victim of every human being alive at this moment in time, who fails to recognize his capacity to make technological immortality a reality, and who allows his species to continue to cause each of us to be murdered.
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