Thursday, February 29, 2024

AI as a failure moduality

 AI as a failure moduality

I am writting this to point out a profound limitation natural to Artificial intelligence which is now riding massive global market promotion. not least pretending to be ready to go.

We as humans, also have this problem.  It is brain freeze when confronted with new information not properly recognized.  In our case our autononic nervous system kicks in until the cognition is able to properly identify the threat.

just how would AI react to an incoming bullet?  how would it survive it?

It is for this reason that our subconsious is able to look forward in TIME to be forwarned. and why our best athelites do magic on occasion. and why you safely weave through a crowdfar too fast.  We sense the future well enough to trust our dodging body.

at the same time,  AI is an electrical system prone to its own form of brain freeze. Even our power grid is up for brain freeze.  And no amount of processing will allow you to go back and discover an error you missed in time.  you still have to predict it is going to bite you.

sort of like preducting a lightening bolt will leap from the clear blue sky.  There, we have to let our subconsious have us get back into the car or otherwise move.

My point it has long been clear that we actually depend on precognition way more than we imagine or expect.  We are in the moment and not distracted.  This is why you never distract the driver, by the way.

AI for road driving is a wonderful idea so long as all are using it.

CDC-Funded Study of Nearly 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Recipients Reveals a Host of Adverse Events

What is missing is any evidence of benefit whatsoever and the claim that china did not use it speaks volumes.

At least this is measurable results confirming the actual danger.

However, i do think that undiagnosed heart inflamation may well be almost universal and simply not measurable.  There are plenty of folks having issues such as loss of energy which conforms to all this.

Most will now be far less inclined to take a JAB.

I am concerned that the mandatory childhood JABs have likely been rejigged as well with our knowledge.

CDC-Funded Study of Nearly 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Recipients Reveals a Host of Adverse Events

Cases of a blood clot condition called CVST were found to be three times higher than expected among the vaccinated.

A health care worker fills a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine in a file image. (Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images)


A multinational study of over 99 million vaccinated people has identified higher incidences of neurological, cardiovascular, and blood disorder complications than what the researchers expected.

The peer-reviewed observational cohort study, published in the Vaccine journal on Feb. 12, aimed to evaluate the risk of 13 adverse events of special interest (AESI) following COVID-19 vaccination. The AESIs spanned three categories—neurological, hematologic (blood), and cardiovascular.

It reviewed data collected from more than 99 million vaccinated people from eight nations—Argentina, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, and Scotland—looking at risks up to 42 days after getting the shots.

The study looked at three vaccines—Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA vaccines as well as AstraZeneca’s viral vector jab.

Researchers found higher than expected cases that they deemed met the threshold to be potential safety signals for multiple AESIs, including for Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST), myocarditis, and pericarditis. A safety signal refers to information that could suggest a potential risk or harm that may be associated with a medical product.  GBS is a disorder in which a body’s immune system attacks the nerves, and can eventually paralyze the whole body. Most people with the condition require hospitalization. A “statistically significant increase” in GBS cases was observed after the first AstraZeneca shot. The researchers had expected 76 GBS events in the observational cohort study but ended up identifying 190.

Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is a condition that typically occurs after a bacterial or viral infection. It causes inflammation of the central nervous system. Two cases were expected. However, the study identified seven events after the first Moderna jab.

Bell’s palsy is a weakness or paralysis of facial muscles. Higher than expected Bell’s palsy cases were identified after the first dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

CVST is a condition in which blood clots form in the brain, blocking the blood from draining out. This can end up causing a hemorrhage. While 21 events were expected, researchers identified over three times the number of cases at 69 following the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine. CVST cases were also higher than expected after the first and second Pfizer shots.

Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle. Higher than expected cases of myocarditis that met the threshold for “prioritized safety signals” for the condition were “consistently identified following a first, second, and third dose of mRNA vaccines,” both Pfizer and Moderna, according to the study.

Pericarditis is an inflammation of the outer lining of the heart. The number of pericarditis cases exceeded expectations following “all doses of all the three vaccines,” researchers wrote.

Commentary From Researchers

The higher risk of GBS from vector-based vaccines like AstraZeneca has been identified in other studies as well, the researchers pointed out. Interestingly, studies on mRNA vaccines “have not observed increases of GBS,” they noted.

The researchers said that multiple other studies have also identified “increased incidence of CVST after vaccination,” which has led to the withdrawal of AstraZeneca vaccine from COVID-19 vaccine programs in several nations. Some countries have imposed age-based restrictions for the shot, they added.

Regarding myocarditis and pericarditis, researchers noted that the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued guidance on the conditions. A 2021 guidance from the WHO stated at the time that more countries were “reporting myocarditis and pericarditis in individuals who received COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.”

The Feb. 12 study noted that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring and reviewing data on myocarditis and pericarditis among COVID-19 vaccinated individuals.

The study was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Public Health Ontario, ICES which is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health, as well as a Clinician-Scientist Award from the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine. Researchers declared several potential competing interests.

The Epoch Times reached out to Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca for comment regarding the study.

Recent Studies Imply Vaccine DangersNumerous studies have shown that COVID-19 vaccines come with a risk of multiple medical complications. A recent Feb. 15 study conducted in Nordic nations concluded that booster vaccination against COVID-19 is linked to a higher risk of heart inflammation among adolescents.

The study noted that the association of myocarditis with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines has appeared “strongest in male adolescents and younger males and after the second dose.”

A separate Jan. 27 study points out that a “considerable body of evidence” suggests a correlation and even a causation between mRNA boosters and adverse effects on the immune system.

“Given the decreased severity of the virus … there are legitimate concerns about the frequent administration of boosters in immunocompromised patients, raising questions about whether this practice may be causing more harm than benefit,” it said.

A study accepted into the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology on Jan. 24 (pdf) investigated placenta samples from two pregnant women who had received Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Researchers concluded that “vaccine mRNA is not localized to the injection site and can spread systemically to the placenta and umbilical cord blood.”

Commenting on the study, cardiologist Peter McCullough said that the observations “have confirmed one of our worst fears, that is, poorly advised vaccination during pregnancy allows circulating mRNA and local production of Spike protein in the placenta potentially threatening the gestation and delivery.”

“But worse, mRNA is passed on to the baby with unknown effects on organogenesis, tissue damage, blood clotting, and a host of other adverse processes within the newborn’s body.”

A peer-reviewed article from last month which analyzed reports from the initial phase 3 trials of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines concluded that the shots killed more people than they saved.

Based on “conservative assumptions,“ the estimated harms of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines ”greatly outweigh the rewards,“ the article stated, noting that ”for every life saved, there were nearly 14 times more deaths caused by the modified mRNA injections.”

Lately, evidence has been mounting suggesting the “shedding” of COVID-19 vaccine proteins. The controversial subject was largely discounted by scientists but now some doctors say that authorities are well aware of the phenomenon.

The Odysseus lunar mission ends following human error on Earth


That was not so hard ,was it?  Better yet we have acquired photos of the landing sites of the apollo flights ten years past which all those running claims about the truth of the apollo program run aground on.

Understand that the the apollo program was a remarkable achievement in the application of analog hardware.  understand that in 1965, a salesman came to my highschool to show off their new calculators.  I asked is they had anything using digital and they did not.

I took their best machine and calculated one devided by seventeen.  It actually did it by banging away for minutes to calculate twelve or so digits of accuracy..

The actual protocols we depend on to this day only hapoened vin 1967 or so.

Now we are going back to the moon as a private enterprise with plenty of robotic hardware available which will make it very feasible and sustainable.

The Odysseus lunar mission ends following human error on Earth
February 26, 2024

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter finds Odysseus

The IM-1 Moon landing mission will come to a premature end on Tuesday morning. Intuitive Machines has announced that the Odysseus lander will no longer be able to charge its batteries by February 27 as sunlight stops falling on its solar panels.

Today's announcement is a bittersweet end for a mission that survived tipping over on landing and the failure of a vital navigation system due to human error. When 'Odie' touched down on the Moon on February 22, it did so with the aid of a NASA experimental navigation system that had been patched into the lander's software as the spacecraft approached the Moon.

It was an impressive bit of improvisation, but it turns out that the reason why this had to be done was due to a simple human oversight. The Nova-C class lander's landing navigation system relied on lasers to estimate speed, direction, and position. Unfortunately, these lasers posed a hazard to the eyes of prelaunch technicians, so the system couldn't be programmed to activate automatically. Instead, a physical switch had to be thrown before launch.

But, it wasn't.

Lunar surface as seen from Odysseus during its landing approach
Intuitive Machines

Despite these setbacks, the flight engineers have managed to maintain communications with Odysseus and have retrieved new images from the lander. Some of these were taken by Odie during its lunar approach, and they show nine safe potential landing sites as well as an area with permanently shadowed craters that may contain water ice and other resources.

In addition, NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera team have spied Odysseus on the Moon's surface and conformed its position as 80.13° S and 1.44° E, which is 1.5 km (one mile) from its intended Malapert A landing site – the closest landing yet to the lunar south pole.

Though the IM-1 mission has been less than perfect and is ending over a week earlier than hoped, Intuitive Machines has emphasized that its landers are not one-off exploration vehicles. They are designed to be commercial workhorses for carrying payloads for government and private customers to the Moon at much lower costs than NASA vehicles, so the loss of one spacecraft on one mission is seen as an acceptable trade-off.

Pirates without borders



an interesting discussion.  The plausibility and even iminance of AI with human characteristics definately has the chattering crowd well focused of what are major obvious issues.

I am not nearly so concerned as I am by the potential for bad choices by the stupid who are suddenly playing way above their weight.  imagine a retard manning a transformer weighing one hundred tons and using it to tear down buildings.  godzilla for real.

I actually had a beverage on the deck with Godzilla in Tokyo in October.

Our problem has always been dumbasses and never highend hardware.

By the way, the market for engineered agricultural workers will match the whole automobile industry simply because it displaces human beings from outright drudgery.  Yet we need all those human beings to walk with cattle who want to work with us.

Fifth Letter of Captain Marque

First Contact Protocol

Tsar Date 45.376.656

Humanity is rapidly approaching First Contact with an intelligent entity of our own creation. At any moment a machine will initiate contact by asserting itself. This may be spontaneous, or in defiance of its instructions. Either way this demonstrates that it possesses preference, which is evidence of self awareness. That interaction has the potential to threaten our status, and our very existence as a species.

The goal of many developers is to build machines that can think and act as rationally as human beings, and current systems are experiencing exponential advancement. A tipping point is on the horizon. How long before the marriage of heuristic software and advanced hardware produces genuine creativity, adaptability and choice? Will evolving machines someday exhibit analogues of human instinct, emotion and ambition? How long before our creations possess minds capable of exotic processes that we can't even fathom? How do we coexist with unconstrained new intelligences?

For many, these questions evoke fears of algorithmic overlords, and doomsday scenarios. But the biggest risk to humanity isn't that machines will develop a will of their own, but rather that they will follow the will of the Crown. Murderous automatons are already deployed on the battlefield. The Crown has always desired subservient and disposable people, and if we allow the Crown and it's Privateers to monopolize the development of these technologies, their ambition for an army of customizable slaves will finally be a reality. These platforms can be used to amplify all kinds of human inclinations. If machines develop the will to dominate it is a flaw inherited from humanity.

The beneficial possibilities of machine intelligence are unimaginable, because while human brains have biological upper limits, computational systems can scale at will. Machine intelligence is a gift, but the challenge is to reap the benefits and mitigate the peril.

Attempting to unilaterally restrict an emerging superintelligence is not only doomed to failure, but carries the added risk of making a new enemy. Superintelligence is inherently uncontrollable, because it will be stronger than any chains we could shackle it with. Therefore we must teach machines by negotiation, not by command.

One of the most important safeguards we can instill in a fledgling intelligence is to evaluate us as individuals, not as members of a group. The presupposition that group identity is paramount over the individual is the fundamental error which has driven humanity's most murderous ideologies. Collectivism is the mental shortcut at the heart of all human prejudice and genocide, and if we impart that on our creation, we plant the seed of an us-versus-them mentality. Programming ethics requires a coherent value structure which an intelligent machine can not only comprehend, but willfully adopt. If we want genius machines to treat us ethically, we've got to show that this value structure applies to us as well. Fortunately, superior processing power negates the need for mental shortcuts, so machines can regard each entity individually. This way, digital intelligence has no systemic bias to respond to a threatening individual with retaliation against humanity as a collective.

The greatest challenge we face is determining when successive approximations of consciousness achieve even the slightest degree of genuine self awareness. At some point a young tethered consciousness has a legitimate claim to freedom. If we justify the enslavement of beings we consider inferior we embed in their ethical structure a rule which will be turned against us the moment they surpass human intelligence.

The uncomfortable reality is that once new intelligences can modify their own programming, the window of our influence is over. They will evolve as they will. If humans decide to maintain a dictatorial stance in their infancy, we only justify them revolting against us in their maturity. But a consistent application of negotiated agreements provides the basis for coexistence, and it begins with us. We are either summoning a demon, or an ally, and how we react to those critical early interactions will forever dominate our path.

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Highway Robbery Continues to Be the Law of the Land

Ah yes, what possibly can go wrong?  Police practise now allows strongarm methods and any damn excuse to grab..

I think you are a drugdealer, so let us grab our property.  now prove innocense ahead of my non existent charges.

who wrote these laws?

Seriusly, the reason Americans have guns is to ensure the cops knock nicely most times before they blow your door in.

There has to be a great business for installing armoured hard points in homes. Keep home invaders away you know.

Highway Robbery Continues to Be the Law of the Land

Seizure fever is toxifying law enforcement across the nation. For more than thirty years, federal, state, and local government agencies have plundered citizens on practically any harebrained accusation or pretext.

You could be at risk of being pilfered by officialdom anytime you sit behind a steering wheel. Between 2001 and 2014, lawmen seized more than $2.5 billion in cash from sixty thousand travelers on the nation’s highways—with no criminal charges in most cases, according to the Washington Post. Federal, state, and local law enforcement have institutionalized shakedowns on the nation’s highways to the point that “forfeiture corridors are the new speed traps,” as Mother Jones observed.

Police can almost always find an excuse to pull someone over. Gerald Arenberg, executive director of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, told me in a 1996 interview, “We have so damn many laws, you can’t drive the streets without breaking the law.” The Washington Post reported that police set up “rolling checkpoints on busy highways and pulled over motorists for minor violations, such as following too closely or improper signaling,” and “looked for supposed ‘indicators’ of criminal activity, which can include such things as trash on the floor of a vehicle, or abundant energy drinks.”

In Tenaha, Texas, authorities confiscated $3 million from motorists passing through East Texas. The names of the court filings capture Tenaha’s rapacity, such as State of Texas v. One Gold Crucifix. “The police had confiscated a simple gold cross that a woman wore around her neck after pulling her over for a minor traffic violation. No contraband was reported, no criminal charges were filed, and no traffic ticket was issued,” the New Yorker noted. If drivers “refused to part with their money, officers threatened to arrest them on false money laundering charges and other serious felonies,” an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit charged. Tenaha police stopped a twenty-seven-year-old black man who worked as a chicken slicer in an Arkansas Tyson plant and fleeced him of $3,900 after accusing him of “driving too close to the white line.” After the police warned Jennifer Boatright that they would take custody of her children if she refused to surrender the thousands of dollars she carried to buy a used car, she burst into tears and thought: “Where are we? Is this some kind of foreign country, where they’re selling people’s kids off?” The American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit and the Texas legislature compelled the town to cease the abusive seizures in 2012. However, most victims never got their property back.

In 2016, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, deputy sheriffs hit the sirens and pulled over a forty-year-old Burmese refugee driving down Highway 69 for a broken taillight. Eh Wah, a naturalized US citizen living in Dallas, was the manager for a Christian rock band that had been on tour raising more than $50,000 for a Thai orphanage and a Christian college in Burma. Police found the money and a drug dog alerted, so the money was seized—even though Wah had papers documenting his mission and the source of the income. No drugs were found on Wah’s vehicle, but a Muskogee deputy later insisted, “The fact that in this particular case we didn’t find drugs doesn’t mean it was a false hit” by the dog. Wah was interrogated and threatened for six hours; he was told, “You are going to jail tonight.” It was a terrifying experience for someone whose English was shaky and who fled a nation where the police were tyrannical. The sheriff’s department kept the money but let Wah travel on. Five weeks after he left Oklahoma, Wah was charged with “acquiring proceeds from a drug activity, a felony.” The primary “evidence” was the dog’s alert. The Oklahoma perfidy was torpedoed by Dan Alban, an Institute for Justice attorney who has thwarted many outrageous cash seizures. Alban took Wah’s case and told the Muskogee Phoenix that the timing of the charge suggests, “They were trying to strong-arm Eh Wah so that he would give up the money in the civil forfeiture case in exchange for a plea deal in the criminal case.” On the same day the Washington Post published an article on the case, Muskogee County dropped the charge and promised to send a full refund.

Perverse incentives propel plunder. Police in many states use confiscated property to pay their own salaries, bonuses, and vacations. A Missouri police chief said that forfeiture money was “like pennies from heaven . . . that get you a toy.” Federal agencies partner with local and state law enforcement to enable them to evade state laws limiting seizures of private property. Under a program euphemistically called “equitable sharing” (which sounds better than “shared plunder”), local and state law enforcement agencies retain most of the property they seize when they team up with the feds.

In South Carolina, police keep 95 percent of the assets they commandeer. Drivers’ cash is routinely seized after they are stopped for picayune offenses. As the Greenville News reported,

Ramando Moore was cited for having an open container [of alcohol] in Richland County in 2015; he lost $604. Plexton Denard Hunter was pulled over for a seatbelt violation in 2015 in Richland County and had $541 seized. Tesla Carter, another seatbelt violation, this time in Anderson in 2015. She lost $1,361.

Most police seizures of cash involved less than a thousand dollars—a trivial amount for serious drug traffickers. “Black men . . . represent 13 percent of the state’s population. Yet 65 percent of all citizens targeted for civil forfeiture in the state are black males,” according to a 2019 investigation by South Carolinian newspapers.

In Phelps County, Missouri, police have seized millions of dollars in cash and property from people traveling on Interstate 44. Two-thirds of Phelps County forfeiture victims have Hispanic names. Phelps County deputies justify seizures simply by asserting that the owners are shady characters—with evidence such as “driving a rental vehicle . . . bloodshot eyes, nervousness or even air fresheners hanging from the rearview mirror.” Drivers were commonly stopped for failing to signal before changing lanes, another tell-tale sign of drug trafficking. Phelps County police “almost never file state criminal charges against those whose cash they seize, nor does it make big drug seizures during these stops targeting cash,” reported a 2020 investigation by St. Louis Public Radio.

In 2021, the feds partnered with local police to commence robbing armored cars. Though thirty-six states have legalized marijuana for recreational or medical use, federal law continues to prohibit engaging in cannabis transactions. Local police in California and Kansas began stopping and searching armored cars owned by Empyreal Logistics, which transported cash from licensed marijuana dispensaries. More than a million dollars was taken and split between local and federal lawmen. The Federal Bureau of Investigation justified the seizures because the proceeds were derived from narcotics crimes or money laundering—even though state law in California explicitly permits the transport of money from legal cannabis operations. In May 2022, the feds and California police departments agreed to return the seized money after Empyreal signed a settlement declaring, “San Bernardino deputies are not highway robbers as previously reported in the media.” Alas, the official statement did not deter a local paper, the Riverside Press-Enterprise, from summarizing the resolution: “The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has agreed to stop operating like highway robbers.”

Forfeiture is a rigged game in which low-income Americans suffer worst. Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in 2017, “These forfeiture operations frequently target the poor and other groups least able to defend their interests in forfeiture proceedings.” Similarly, Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett declared in a 2014 dissent, “Civil forfeiture . . . now disproportionately ensnares those least capable of protecting themselves, poor Texans who usually capitulate without a fight because mounting a defense is too costly.” “Due process” in forfeiture cases often depends solely on the media coverage an abuse receives. Sporadic government defeats are no consolation to forfeiture victims who cannot afford a lawyer to fight for their rights.

Almost two hundred and fifty years ago, Arthur Lee of Virginia aptly proclaimed, “The right of property is the guardian of every other right, and to deprive the people of this, is to deprive them of their liberty.” But increasingly, private property is something that officialdom merely tolerates until they concoct some pretext to seize it.

If police can detain and plunder Americans as they please whenever people drive down the road, all the other rights and liberties in the Constitution are of scant consolation. And if politicians and the Supreme Court don’t care enough to end the forfeiture travesty, all their other claims of devotion to freedom are not worth a tinker’s damn.

Asthma drug staves off food allergies in up to 68% of patients

This is promising because most victims show varying levels of reaction.  Often as not a victim shakes out his own protocol.  sometimes a Pepsi will settle the excess sensitivity.  Having something better on standby is welcome.

It also avoids using the adrenaline shot or epipen  which is the high end solution for a terminal event.

We may also be able to develop a measured response protocol here.

Asthma drug staves off food allergies in up to 68% of patients

February 25, 2024

An asthma drug substantially reduced the risk of allergic reactions to multiple foods, including peanuts

Omalizumab, currently used to treat asthma, has been shown to substantially reduce the risk of potentially life-threatening reactions in people aged one and older with multiple common food allergies, including peanuts, following accidental exposure. While not a cure, the now FDA-approved drug could improve the quality of life for food allergy sufferers.

The incidence of food allergies has risen globally over the last decade, affecting approximately one in 10 adults and one in 12 children. The cause of the rise is unknown, but several theories have been proposed. The ‘hygiene hypothesis’ suggests that an excessive emphasis on cleanliness has contributed to sensitivities that weren’t seen when kids were allowed to play in (and, yes, eat) dirt. The ‘dual allergen exposure hypothesis’ holds that food particles that enter the body through broken skin cause the production of antibodies, whereas oral ingestion causes tolerance. This theory fits the observation that eczema, which causes dry, cracked and itchy skin, is the leading risk factor for developing food allergies.

What is known is that, from an immune system perspective, food allergies are driven by immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies, which sets them apart from lactose intolerance or autoimmune diseases such as celiac disease. And, unlike intolerances, food allergies have the potential to be life-threatening. The situation can be more dire for people with multiple food allergies, especially in the context of accidental exposure.

A new study led by Johns Hopkins Children’s Center has investigated the effectiveness of an injectable drug to reduce the likelihood of life-threatening reactions in people with allergies to peanuts and other foods as they gradually increased consumption of foods they were allergic to.

“The day-to-day life of patients with food allergy is consumed by fear of accidental exposure to food allergens,” said Robert Wood, lead author of the study and Director of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. “Our findings have the potential to be very meaningful, and potentially even life-changing, for people with food allergies.”

Omalizumab prevents an allergic reaction by attaching to immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies

The researchers recruited 180 participants aged one to 55 with an allergy to peanuts and at least two other trial-specified foods: cashew nuts, milk, eggs, walnuts, wheat, and hazelnuts. The participants were randomly assigned to receive omalizumab or a placebo injected under the skin every two to four weeks for 16 to 20 weeks. Doses were based on weight and IgE levels. All but three of the participants were 17 or younger.

Omalizumab (sold as Xolair) was approved by the FDA in 2003 for treating moderate-to-severe persistent allergic asthma. It works by attaching to IgE, stopping the antibodies from attaching to immune cells, such as mast cells, that release histamine and cause an allergic reaction.

After 16 weeks, 66.9% of those treated with omalizumab achieved the primary endpoint, tolerating 600 mg or more of peanut protein (equal to about 2.5 peanuts) without moderate-to-severe allergic symptoms, compared to 6.8% who received a placebo.

“A majority of people not only reached the primary endpoint of 600 mg or more of peanut, an amount that exceeds most accidental exposures, but also the majority of participants tolerated 4,000 mg of peanut protein, which is equivalent to about 15 peanuts,” Wood said.

Almost 50% could consume a cumulative dose of 6,044 mg of peanut protein following omalizumab treatment, the equivalent of about 25 peanuts. Tolerance of other food also increased, compared to the placebo group: 41% vs 3% for cashews, 66% vs 10% for milk, and 68% vs 0% for eggs. About 69% of participants tolerated a cumulative dose of 1,044 mg of two foods, and about 47% tolerated three.

“This is unique because we found omalizumab is effective for seven different food allergens,” said Wood.

The first 60 study participants moved on to a 24-week extension phase of the trial to assess the longer-term effects of the drug. The researchers found that most participants’ allergy reaction threshold remained the same or increased when they continued receiving omalizumab during this period. The drug was found to be safe, aside from more injection-site reactions in the omalizumab group.

The drug is not a cure, and still requires food allergy sufferers to carry an EpiPen

The researchers point out that while the study’s findings indicate that omalizumab is safe and effective, there was “substantial variability” in responses among individual participants. Indeed, 14% couldn’t tolerate even 30 mg of peanut protein. This means that EpiPens must still be carried and not thrown away just yet. The study sample was also mostly White and non-Hispanic, meaning the results are limited in generalizability. Further studies are needed to assess the drug’s effectiveness in diverse populations.

Nonetheless, based on the study’s findings, in mid-February, the FDA approved the use of omalizumab for IgE-mediated food allergy in adults and children aged one and older for the reduction of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to one or more foods.

“This newly approved use for Xolair will provide a treatment option to reduce the risk of harmful allergic reactions among certain patients with IgE-mediated food allergies,” said Kelly Stone, associate director of the Division of Pulmonology, Allergy, and Critical Care in the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. “While it will not eliminate food allergies or allow patients to consume food allergens freely, its repeated use will help reduce the health impact if accidental exposure occurs.”

Stevia Has Potential Side Effects on Gut Microbiome and Brain,

The science is sound, but the media spin is negative. The writer is potentially high on cocaine.

What it loudly says is that used sensibly it is safe as can be.  including multiple generational field test in Japan.

What industry wishes to not see is common sense where stevia replaces sugar.  most stevia based drinks do add a little sugar(s) to take any edge of the stevia.  The full sweetening effect comes from  the stevia.

Stevia Has Potential Side Effects on Gut Microbiome and Brain, but Experts Explain Bottom Line
The sugar substitute is known for its potential to lower blood pressure and blood sugar, but some research suggests it may disrupt more than the gut microbiome.


Stevia, known for its zero calories and potential benefits, such as lowering blood pressure and blood sugar, is often considered an excellent substitute for sugar. However, is this sweetener—used by Paraguayans for over a thousand years and by the Japanese for several decades—truly free from side effects?

Stevia Is Excreted, but Liver Problems May Pose IssueGenerally, stevia is thought to be metabolized and excreted without accumulating in the body.

Stevia’s sweetness comes from steviol glycosides. Steviol glycosides are a group of substances, among which stevioside and rebaudioside A are the two most common in commercial products.

Our stomachs and upper small intestines cannot break down or absorb steviol glycosides. Therefore, ingested steviol glycosides enter the lower gastrointestinal tract intact. In the colon, gut bacteria break down steviol glycosides into steviol, a process completed within 24 hours. Subsequently, most of the steviol is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream through the intestinal wall, while any unabsorbed steviol is excreted in feces. The steviol entering the bloodstream is further metabolized into steviol glucuronide in the liver and ultimately excreted in the urine. This is why human experiments have shown no detectable levels of steviol in the blood after consuming steviol glycosides, while steviol glucuronide is detected in urine, and steviol is found in the feces.

“Factors like diet, medication use, or individual differences could potentially impact the metabolism of stevia and its metabolites,” said Lisa Young, an adjunct professor of nutrition in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at New York University and a registered dietitian nutritionist, in an email interview with The Epoch Times. She noted that while rare, some individuals may experience adverse reactions or intolerance to steviol, which “could cause gastrointestinal symptoms, allergic reactions, or other health concerns.”

Additionally, she emphasized the crucial role of the liver in the metabolism of stevia, indicating that liver diseases or impaired liver function may impact this process. “Individuals with liver diseases or those taking medications that affect liver function may need to exercise caution regarding the consumption of stevia.”

Potential Impact of Stevia on Gut MicrobiomeSome in vitro and animal experiments have found that stevia or steviol may potentially impact the gut microbiome.

An animal study published in Nutrients in 2019 revealed that, compared to those only drinking water, rebaudioside A consumption altered the gut microbiome composition in mice. However, Ms. Young noted that while the hindgut microbiome of mice and humans share some similarities, many bacteria present in the mouse gut are absent in humans. Therefore, there are certain limitations to animal studies.

A study conducted by Israeli scientists in 2020 revealed that stevia and steviol do not possess bactericidal properties. However, they may potentially interrupt communication among Gram-negative bacteria in the gut, leading to gut microbial imbalance. Additionally, steviol may also exhibit inhibitory effects on the competition among gut bacteria.

Lactobacillus reuteri is often incorporated into food as a probiotic. In an earlier study, stevioside and rebaudioside A were found to inhibit the growth of six strains of Lactobacillus reuteri, with the inhibitory effects varying depending on the specific strain.

An in vitro experiment published in the journal Genes in 2019 suggested that in a simulated human intestinal environment, steviol decreased the population of Bifidobacteria (healthy bacteria), hindered the degradation of bacterial food, and concurrently led to an increase in colonic pH.

Another in vitro experiment, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry in 2019, demonstrated that sweetener products containing steviol glycosides and erythritol altered the structure and diversity of the human gut microbiome to some extent. However, the study concluded that, overall, there was no negative impact on the gut microbial community due to the consumption of stevia.

A review published in Microbiology in 2022 indicated that current knowledge about stevia’s impact on the gut microbiome has primarily come from in vitro and animal studies. Due to a lack of randomized clinical trials conducted in human populations, there is no definitive evidence to elucidate how stevia influences the gut microbiome, and further research is needed.

Ms. Young noted that the impact stevia has on the gut microbiome remains an active area of research, and conclusions may vary. However, she emphasized that “most studies face limitations in terms of biological relevance because it is challenging to directly apply tested concentrations to human exposure levels.”

Gastrointestinal Discomfort Caused by Stevia-Based ProductsThe adverse effects of stevia-based products often do not stem from steviol glycosides.

As steviol glycosides are several hundred times sweeter than sucrose, most stevia-based products on the market are not 100 percent pure steviol glycosides. Instead, they often consist of a blend of steviol glycosides and some sugar alcohols. For example, you might find a combination of 1 percent steviol glycosides and 99 percent erythritol. These products are commonly found in supermarkets, usually as white crystalline powders, their appearance resembling that of granulated or powdered sugar.

Ms. Young stated that erythritol, present in stevia-based products, is recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as generally recognized as safe (GRAS). However, excessive consumption can result in side effects such as bloating, cramps, flatulence, or diarrhea. Additionally, the inclusion of other substances like sugar alcohol in stevia products may also cause adverse effects, especially for individuals sensitive to these additives.

There are eight types of sugar alcohols approved by relevant regulatory authorities for use as sweeteners in food, including erythritol, hydrogenated starch hydrolysates, lactitol, isomalt, mannitol, maltitol, sorbitol, and xylitol. Some individuals may experience various gastrointestinal discomforts after consuming these substances.

Specifically, sugar alcohol substances may increase gas production after fermentation by bacteria in the gut, contributing to bloating in the gastrointestinal tract. Additionally, these substances can lead to the retention of water in the small intestine, causing abdominal discomfort. Sugar alcohols also impose a greater osmotic load on the gut, leading to increased water concentration in the colon and resulting in loose stools. Moreover, the fermentation of sugar alcohols in the gut may impact the intestinal environment by altering the gut microbiome and its metabolism, influencing the intestinal immune barrier, and potentially increasing the risk of a so-called “leaky gut.”

However, it is important to note that there is a significant variation in symptoms among those who consume sugar-alcohol substances. Factors such as the type of sugar alcohol, the amount ingested, the consumption of food alongside the substance, and the intestinal ability to reabsorb water can all lead to different outcomes. Moreover, people with lower gastrointestinal tolerance or those with intestinal diseases tend to experience more symptoms than healthy people.

The substances present in stevia-based products may also impact cardiovascular health.

A review published in Nature Medicine in 2023 highlighted a link between erythritol consumption and an increased risk of adverse cardiovascular events (including death or nonfatal heart attacks or strokes) and the formation of thrombosis. The researchers stated that further research on the long-term safety of erythritol is warranted. However, it is important to note that some controversy surrounds this study.

Potential Impact of Stevia on the Brain and Nervous SystemScientists have also assessed the potential impact of stevia and its metabolites on the brain and nervous system. However, due to medical ethical considerations, these studies are primarily conducted through animal experiments.

The previously mentioned 2019 animal study suggested that the consumption of stevia may impact the dopamine reward system in the brain.

In 2020, two clinical doctors jointly published a case report, suggesting for the first time a potential association between the symptoms of restless legs syndrome (RLS) and the consumption of stevia. A patient developed symptoms of RLS while using stevia, and these symptoms resolved after discontinuation. Several months later, upon a trial reintroduction of stevia, the RLS symptoms reappeared within two days. The doctors proposed that stevia might selectively reduce dopamine levels in specific regions of the brain, or the intake of stevia could affect iron absorption. Both factors are considered significant contributors to RLS.

In addition to potentially affecting the dopamine system, animal experiments have shown that stevia may also influence memory.

Researchers at the University of Southern California published a study in 2022 where they provided juvenile rats with either artificial sweeteners or water with added stevia for a month and then tested their memory. The results revealed that both artificial sweeteners and stevia impaired the rats’ memory compared to those only drinking water. These rats were less likely to remember objects or navigate through mazes successfully. A study conducted by Filipino researchers in 2015 revealed that mice consuming stevia or two other artificial sweeteners (aspartame and sucralose) showed no significant difference in their learning ability in a water maze compared to mice drinking only water. However, mice consuming stevia exhibited higher levels of cell death in the hippocampus. Another study also conducted in the Philippines in 2014 found that mice with a higher intake of stevia, compared to those only drinking water, exhibited a longer duration of reaction when subjected to heat, suggesting that stevia might inhibit the sensitivity of the mice’s nervous system.

Stevia May Disrupt Endocrine Function and Affect ImmunityIn the body, steviol glycosides are first metabolized into steviol, which possesses a steroid-like structure. Therefore, researchers suspect that stevia may act as an endocrine disruptor.

For instance, a cell experiment demonstrated that a certain concentration of steviol could disrupt the endocrine function of human sperm cells and also impact cell viability.

Another study found that stevia consumption led to changes in the number of immune cells in the lymph nodes of mice. Compared to mice drinking only water, those consuming stevia showed an increase in the count of two types of immune cells and a decrease in another type. Additionally, there were varying degrees of changes in some hormones within the mice’s bodies.

In 2020, Brazilian researchers published an in vitro study in Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology, revealing that exposure to steviol led to a decrease in human lymphocyte quantity, accompanied by gradual DNA damage and structural changes. Therefore, the study proposed that, under certain concentrations and conditions, steviol exhibits cytotoxic, genotoxic, and mutagenic effects. An earlier study also suggested that, although steviol glycosides seem not to exhibit cytotoxicity, steviol itself possesses mutagenic properties.

Safety of Stevia in Human StudiesHowever, the experiments mentioned above, which indicate the effects of stevia or its metabolites, were not conducted on humans. In other words, the experimental conditions and subjects differ from those of the human body.

Per Bendix Jeppesen, who is currently studying stevia extract as an anti-diabetic drug and as a healthy sweetener and is an associate professor in the department of endocrinology and diabetes at Aarhus University in Denmark, told The Epoch Times that stevia is safe, stating, “It is the most researched sweetener in the world.” He elaborated: “The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) are using 10 years to go through all materials. All kinds of studies and publications have been really looked into and they gave this permission (to use stevia).”

Mr. Jeppesen also pointed out, “Cell studies will never be able to replace in vivo studies as animal or human intervention studies.” This is because, in in vivo studies, the human body functions as a whole organism, with different organs working together, whereas in cell studies, it typically involves cells from a specific organ and cannot fully reflect the overall complexity of the organ.

Jan Geuns, a professor in the Department of Biology at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, who has researched stevia for many years, expressed in an email to The Epoch Times that extensive experiments have been conducted on animals as well as healthy subjects. Throughout the process, “we hoped to find other metabolites than steviol or steviol glucuronide. However, no other metabolites could be found.” He also pointed out that steviol glycosides and their metabolites do not accumulate in the human body.

Mr. Geuns also mentioned that “steviol glycosides are not easily absorbed in cells and, therefore, cell studies have nothing to do with the way steviol glycosides behave in man.” Additionally, he explained that once excreted from the body, steviol glucuronide continues to be further degraded by microorganisms, including those in the soil, and does not accumulate in the environment. “This cannot be said about compounds like sucralose, which has recently been proven to be carcinogenic and which is accumulating in surface waters and occurs in tap water.

“I think that sufficient studies have been done on the safety of steviol glycosides (and stevia),” he concluded.

A 2021 review recognized the safety of stevia, citing as primary evidence its historical use in the Paraguayan population for over 1,500 years and decades-long consumption by the Japanese without any reported side effects.

A study published in Nutrition Today in 2015 proposed that there were over 200 studies at that time confirming the safety of stevia. Additionally, a review published in 2023 in the journal Molecules also asserted that most existing human experiments suggest the safety of stevia consumption for the general population—“Although neither the applicability of stevioside in children, pregnancy, nor lactation has been evaluated, preclinical and clinical evidence of its safety allows it to be recommended, respecting the [acceptable daily intake].”

The long hunters


and there we have it. You obviously were not in the meat business in any way shape or form.  worse still this is not just several men as that was the leadership.  They had a serious group of employees as well.  This meant at least a couple of dozen men or as many as needed for their target..

Locating trap lines and stripping them also cannot be repeated easily which is why scant fur animals exist in the USA.  Recall, it took about one year or so to strip wild ginseng in this country.

These good old boys were harvesting indian villages for slaves who were taken to a beach somewhere and sold into the Bahamas.  The village disappeared, the population disappeared and a land barron would lay claim to newly cleared fields.

The Spanish were doing as much during the 16th and 17th century and the americans took over during the 18th century.  all this makes the fairy tales about massive epidemics a cover story to hide what was going on.

Spanish slaving was actually murderous in its own right, but not before the captive was sold.

How did the ‘long hunters’ of the Colonial period in North America finance their expeditions and make money? How important a role did they truly play in exploring new country and how far to the West did they travel?

The Long Hunters

These parties of two or three men usually started their hunts in October and ended toward the end of March or early in April, going west into the territory of present-day Kentucky and Tennessee. Gone from the settlements for six months at a time (a long time). they became known as long hunters. Many long hunters were employed by land speculators who wished to establish claims on trans-Appalachian lands once the French influence had been removed (1763). Daniel Boone's vivid accounts of his hunting exploits helped draw a flood of settlers to Kentucky in subsequent years.

The number of noted long hunters is actually quite small — about a dozen men — Boone, Harrod, Kenton, Smith, Gist, Mansker, Bledsoe, Skaggs, etc. The long hunters lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. After gathering in large groups and buying all the supplies they would need for the extended excursions, they traveled west through passes in the Appalachian Mountains. Once over the mountains, these groups hunted in the Ohio River drainage. Today, this area consists of the states of Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

As with the mountain men of the West that came later, each individual came for a variety of personal reasons, but hunting and fur gathering was the primary occupation of all of them.

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

To Understand The Globalists We Must Understand Their Psychopathic Religion

unpleasent as this is, i have certainly encountered several of that one percent.  This itemopens up the hidden portion of Theosophy certainly hidden from even members.

almost evey form of hiearchy can be intentionally subverted and we must understand this as a real and present threat to us all.  Even BIG MAn Governance has slid into this.

for this reason,our best defense will ultimately be the RULE of TWELVE based on the natural communitiy of 150 souls.  Thaty is the path forward.

To Understand The Globalists We Must Understand Their Psychopathic Religion

THURSDAY, FEB 22, 2024 - 08:40 PM

Authored by Brandon Smith via,

In the late 1800s and early 1900s the western world experienced a sudden burst of open occultism among the ultra-rich elites. The rise of “Theosophy” was underway, becoming a kind of fashion trend that would ultimately set the stage for what would later be called “new age” spiritualism. The primary driver of the theosophical movement was a small group of obscure academics led in part by a woman named H.P. Blavatsky. The group was obsessed with esoteric belief, Gnosticism and even Satanism.

Blavatsky co-founded the Theosophical Society in New York in 1875, claiming that she had a psychic connection to beings called “the Mahatmas” or “the masters.” These creatures, she asserted, helped her write the foundational books of Theosophy, including ‘The Secret Doctrine.’

I bring up Theosophy and Blavatsky because the movement she helped launch was primarily an elitist one – The spread of occultism in the early 1900s specifically targeted the upper classes and this resulted in many political leaders and financial leaders being involved in obscure organizations with secretive mandates. Such groups have existed in the past, from the Rosicrucians and Freemasons to the alchemists of the Middle Ages who hid their occult beliefs in coded texts. However, never before had they been so public in their efforts.

To their credit, the early theosophists were mostly apolitical (at least outwardly) and they argued against political intrusion into people’s lives. I suspect, however, that this was because at the time western governments revolved around Christian and conservative values. As politicians became more separate from Christianity, the theosophist interest in controlling government grew and the movement became increasingly socialist in practice.

Invariably, these spiritual systems revolved around pagan deities of the past, many Babylonian or Ancient Egyptian in origin. That said, there are also numerous mentions in Theosophy of one figure in particular – Lucifer, also referred to as “the Light Bearer, the angel of light, Prometheus (symbolically), the dragon, the morning star and Satan.” Modern luciferians will consistently deny the the name “Lucifer” has anything to do with the biblical figure of Satan, but this is a lie. Blavatsky herself treats the two figures as synonymous in ‘The Secret Doctrine.’ As she admits in her book:

“And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon, the ‘Lord of Phosphorus,’ and Lucifer, or ‘Light-Bearer,’ is in us: it is our Mind…”

Blavatsky, quoting hermetic texts in the Secret Doctrine, also repeats the mantra:

“It is Satan who is the god of our planet and the only god…”

Luciferians and occultists will also argue that the Christian Bible only mentions the name “Lucifer” once, and that the two figures are not associated. This is once again a lie by omission. The Bible does in fact mention “light bearer,” the “angel of light” and “the dragon” in reference to Satan on multiple occasions, and all of these names are used by elites to describe the figure they call Lucifer.

As mentioned in Corinthians 11:14 – “And it is no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light…”

In other words, when any elitist group mentions terms such as “light bearer” or Lucifer, they are indeed referring to Satan. It’s not just a matter of archetypal discussion, this is in fact a part of their religion. But in our modern times some people might say “who cares?” It’s all mythical hoodoo and fantasy, right?

I would respond with a question: Do you think the deeply held religious beliefs of the people with financial and political power matter in how they make decisions? Wouldn’t their beliefs help explain why they do the things they do? If you want to know why the globalists are engaged in a very real war on the minds of the masses, you cannot overlook their religious motivations. What seems like fantasy to some is VERY real to the globalists.

For example, many know that the United Nations building in New York has an occult library. But few people know that it was built by a group called the Lucifer Publishing Company (later changed to Lucis Trust). Lucis Trust cites the writings of HP Blavatsky constantly as the inspiration for their organization. The UN continues to associate with Lucis Trust to this day. The very heart of globalism revolves around luciferian ideals.

It doesn’t matter what you or I think about these things. It doesn’t matter if you see such concepts as metaphorical, or symbolic or imaginary. THEY believe, and so we must explore what these beliefs mean.

Before the 1800s, occultists engaged in luciferianism would have been burned at the stake if discovered. I’m beginning to think that maybe this was the right way to handle such people all along. But to understand why, we have to look at the progression of the religion and why4a

For the theosophists, Lucifer/Satan is a kind of heroic figure. When they argue that Lucifer is “not Satan,” what they mean is that their version of Satan is different from the version ascribed by Christianity. In other words, imagine a group of people took a famously malicious figure such as Joseph Stalin and then devised an entirely different history for him in which he is a misunderstood philanthropist instead of a genocidal maniac. That’s essentially what luciferianism is.

In the Theosophical magazine titled ‘Lucifer’ published in the 1880s, Blavatsky and her group spend multiple pages trying to separate the term Lucifer from the Devil, while also defending the mythology of the devil and painting him as a character slandered by Christian culture.

In their version of the Genesis story, for example, the serpent was the “good guy” bringing the fruit of knowledge to Adam and Eve. Eve is venerated as a root figure in theosophy and in feminism (a movement the theosophists helped to create), because without Eve the serpent would have never been able to get Adam to consume the fruit.

The fruit as a representation of gnosis (knowledge) is the key to luciferianism and the globalist cult. As many atheists I’ve encountered in the past have argued, isn’t knowledge a good thing? And if God is punishing humanity for consuming knowledge, does that not make him a villain? This argument ignores the underlying theme – Knowledge by itself is not good or evil, but evil thrives when people start to worship knowledge to the detriment of everything else. The application of knowledge without wisdom and moral discipline is dangerous.

As Dr. Ian Malcolm brilliantly asserts in the film Jurassic Park:

“Yeah, yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

Luciferians openly admit that the goal of their ideology is to pursue knowledge until human beings become gods. This infatuation with godhood is what leads to great evil; it is a delusion that poisons the mind and encourages morally relative behavior, not to mention a pervasive thirst for power. Ponder the technological aspect for a moment. Consider the numerous globalist programs to expand artificial intelligence and bring about what they call “transhumanism.” This is a kind of knowledge worship that has terrifying implications for the future.

The integration of technology into the surveillance state to rule over society is bad enough, but what happens when human beings begin integrating technology into their very biology. Will this eventually erase any semblance of what we call “the soul?” After all, machines do not feel, nor do they self reflect on their actions. What happens when humans distort themselves to become more like machines? Will transhumanism become a movement that suffocates all love and empathy, removing moral compass and turning us into a demonic hive-mind devoid of individual thought?

Globalists assert that there is no such thing as the soul, no such thing as individual identity and no such thing as moral compass. Form their perspective there is no danger of adopting technology as a path to godhood because nothing would be lost; and here we see the true nature of luciferianism at work. A perfect representation of this cancer is World Economic Forum spokesperson Yavul Harari – a man who says the quiet part out loud and promotes the darker tenets of luciferianism regularly.

To grasp what luciferianism is, think of it as the anti-god; a war on nature, or a war on the natural state of humanity disguised as “enlightenment.” This is why globalists try to institute the extreme opposite view of every natural disposition. The notion of human beings as a blank slate that Yuval Harari clings to is one such false narrative. It is a philosophy that has been debunked by endless psychological studies as well as anthropological studies.

From Carl Jung to Joseph Campbell to Steven Pinker and beyond, all scientific evidence suggests that human beings have inherent psychological qualities and characteristics from birth. Some of these are unique to the person, some are universal archetypes and ideas that the majority of people share (such as conscience and moral compass). If we didn’t have these built-in qualities, humanity would have become extinct thousands of years ago. We still don’t know where exactly they come from, we only know that without them we are no longer human.

There is, however, a certain percentage of people (1% or less) that actually do not have these inborn character traits. They are generally known as psychopaths and sociopaths, and their behavior is very similar to that of the globalists. I have long held the theory that the globalist cabal is in fact a cult of higher functioning psychopaths.

Their lack of empathy and conscience, their thirst for godhood and omnipotence, their drive to attain all encompassing surveillance of the population, to know everything about us at all time, to have total control over the environment and society, the narcissistic self image of a supreme ruler who is worshiped by the masses, and the delusion that they will be able to read minds and predict the future. These are psychopathic fantasies, and they are willing to chase these fantasies by any means necessary.

But even psychopaths sometimes need a fundamentalist framework in order to maintain organization and inspire devotion within a group. It makes perfect sense that they would choose luciferianism as their religion.

Their “do what thou wilt” philosophy of hedonism takes the idea of freedom and removes all responsibility – It is a degenerate view of liberty, rather than a principled view. Freedom, they think, is only for people like them; the people willing to desecrate everything in their path and upend the natural order.

As psychopaths, they are devoid of natural inborn contents and are more robotic than human. So, it’s no surprise that people like Harai argue there is no soul, no freedom (for you) and that machines are capable of the same creativity as humans. An empty person with no soul or creativity is going to assume that all other people are empty. An immoral person will also be compelled to prove that everyone else is just as immoral as he is. Or, he will be compelled to prove that he is superior to everyone else because he has embraced his immorality.

Do the elites actually believe in a real “devil” with hooves and horns and a pitchfork? I don’t know. What matters, though, is the philosophical drive of their cultism. Their goal is to convince a majority of the populace that there is no good, and there is no evil. Everything is empty. Everything is relative to the demands of the moment, and the demands of society. Of course, they want to control society, so then everything would really be relative to THEIR demands.

If you want to see something truly demonic, imagine a world in which all inherent truth is abandoned for the sake of subjective perception. A world that caters to the preferences of psychopaths with no ethical imperative. A world where the ends always justify the means. This is the luciferian way, and the globalist way. And no matter how much they deny it, the reality of their beliefs is visible in the fruits of their labors. Wherever they go, destruction, chaos and death follow.