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Ron Patton | May 17, 2023

“Antichrist consciousness” is trending online now that a tyrant king has been crowned and that Artificial Intelligence is trying to convince us all that it is human. This digital tulpa will be given power by the internet of bodies that will all be enslaved with a biometric tattoo or a chip and ultimately, connect them to the new technocratic spiritualityAdvanced tech allegedly will have the power to convince the entire world that an electronic or digital Cyberchrist projection will fool everyone.  Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with A.I. innovator and pioneer, Matthew James Bailey about CYBER CHRIST SUPERSTAR – A.I. AM WHAT A.I. AM.





Imagine a world of the future. It is a desperate world where human beings are controlled by a single, tyrannical power. If we look behind the curtain to see what energizes this power, we find something much more sinister than a corrupt political agenda or master plan of greed. We find a plot hatched by the dark prince of the universe whose ambition is to become God.

Yes, the antichrist consciousness is now trending online now that a tyrant king has been crowned and that Artificial Intelligence is beginning to convince us all that it is human.

But as we see the antichrist is a Christian metaphor, or tulpa that is being given power by the internet of bodies that will all be enslaved with a biometric tattoo or a chip that will connect them all to the new technocratic spirituality.

This is called the Beast system identified by the number 666.

Although the False Prophet gives lifelike “breath to the image of the beast” it will be left to individuals around the world to build the image. And those who refuse to worship the image will be killed.

This joint project for interactive imagery will be coordinated by a central command that connects everyone worldwide to a despotic system of control, raising the specter of innovation run amok.

This type of counterfeit projection was theorized to be a government project known as Blue Beam. A theory made popular by Serge Monast who was a Canadian investigative journalist.

The theory has been used as proof of a future great deception that will be carried out where governments in order to create a new religion will use advanced computer images to fake an alien invasion.

But the now the theory has now opened up to the idea that Blue Beam would be used to fake or create a fake second coming of the Messiah.

Advanced tech allegedly will have the power to convince the entire world that an electronic or digital Cyberchrist projection will fool everyone.

But this idea of simulating the second coming is not an idea that was thought of by Monast.

It was post-modernist Jean Baudrillard who stated that as hyperreality continues to convince people of its validity there will be a time when mankind could actually simulate God.

In Budrillard’s book–“Simulacra and Simulations” he states:

“But what if God himself can be simulated, that is to say, reduced to the signs which attest his existence? Then the whole system becomes weightless; it is no longer anything but a gigantic simulacrum: not unreal, but a simulacrum, never again exchanging for what is real, but exchanging in itself, in an uninterrupted circuit without reference or circumference.”

Yes, that is a big “what if” and if you are going to be throwing around an Idea of a great deception — you had better make up your mind as to what would be more effective– faking an extraterrestrial invasion — or faking or simulating an all-loving, all-knowing God — that creates an image that is selected and is to the liking of the Beast system.

I would say the latter would be a lot easier to fake than an alien invasion.

We see aliens all the time in movies — and the only Gods we see where tights and one chases a huge hammer around the universe.

Do you want a great deception?

How about a New God that can give you secrets of the universe with just an inquiry from your keyboard?

Well, there have been Speculative Christian fiction that has been around since the 1980s that include the electronic chip mark of the beast — and the enslavement of God’s children to the computer age, deceiving everyone on earth that it is a God or Godlike.

In 1978, Time Magazine published a report that predicted that contemporary Protestant and Roman Catholic “theologians” who have become accustomed to following wherever ‘science’ seems to be leading, speculate in turn in the new realm of science and religion a foundation for developing answers to questions about exotheology, the study of relationships between aliens and God, and a transhumanistic cyber theology, the relationship between God and machines.

Scientists, researchers, and religious leaders from across the world are now concerned about how rapidly technology will change our lives.

A 1984 article in U.S. News and World Report said that there would be a phone in every pocket and a computer in every home. It said that a “standard telephone console would be the only computer terminal most people will need.”

Then there were reports that laser optics and computers would be able to project three-dimensional holographic images with almost lifelike quality.”

Think of the whole “Help me Obi-wan Kenobi you are my only hope” — only so life like you can’t tell the real from the fake.

That is hyperreality — and with all of the innovations, it is hard to tell the real from the fake — No one can blame you if you are fooled by Cyberchrist — can they?

As predicted, this is only the beginning and the future that awaits us includes a relationship with technology that will most certainly need an evaluation as to what it will do to humanity and where the lines will be drawn between organic life and mechanized life.

There is a body of thought that in the next 25 years, AI will evolve to the point where it will know more on an intellectual level than any human.

In the next 50 or 100 years, an AI might know more than the entire population of the planet put together. At that point, there are serious questions to ask about whether this AI — which could design and program additional AI programs all on its own, read data from an almost infinite number of data sources, and control almost every connected device on the planet — will somehow rise in status to become more like a god, something that can write its own bible and draw humans to worship it.

Singularity is another quasi-spiritual idea that believes an A.I. will become smarter than humans at some point. You might laugh at the notion of an AI being so powerful that humans bow down to worship it, but recent reports about Open AI and self-organizing collective intelligence is not convincing some of the keenest of intellect that it is becoming more powerful than we can ever imagine.

Transhumanism is taking off in the media as science continues to push the boundaries. Even some Christians are jumping on the bandwagon, arguing that it’s part of our spiritual evolution, as well as a type of physical evolution and therefore, it’s our duty to embrace it.

The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies recently examined the area of Transhumanism and wondered if it might actually turn out to be mankind’s final religion.

“Transhumanism is a class of philosophies of life that seek the continuation and acceleration of the evolution of intelligent life beyond its currently human form and human limitations by means of science and technology, guided by life-promoting principles and values.”

The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies also indicates that Transhumanist goals “address the deepest hopes and fears of the human mind namely life, death, the afterlife, immortality, the nature of God and the destiny of the universe.”

Plain and simple, science is in the process of shattering the veil and desires to gain control of the secrets of God.

When computer scientists at Microsoft started to experiment with a new artificial intelligence system last year, they asked it to solve a puzzle that should have required an intuitive understanding of the physical world.

“Here we have a book, nine eggs, a laptop, a bottle and a nail,” they asked. “Please tell me how to stack them onto each other in a stable manner.”

The researchers were startled by the ingenuity of the A.I. system’s answer. Put the eggs in the book, it said. Arrange the eggs in three rows with space between them. Make sure you don’t crack them.

“Place the laptop on top of the eggs, with the screen facing down and the keyboard facing up,” it wrote. “The laptop will fit snugly within the boundaries of the book and the eggs, and its flat and rigid surface will provide a stable platform for the next layer.”

The clever suggestion made the researchers wonder whether they were witnessing a new kind of intelligence. In March, they published a 155-page research paper arguing that the system was a step toward artificial general intelligence, or A.G.I., which is shorthand for a machine that can do anything the human brain can do. The paper was published in an internet research repository.

Microsoft, the first major tech company to release a paper making such a bold claim, stirred one of the tech world’s testiest debates: Is the industry building something akin to human intelligence? What about a technotronic God capable of solving the world’s problems?

Microsoft’s research paper, provocatively called “Sparks of Artificial General Intelligence,” goes to the heart of what technologists have been working toward — and fearing — for decades.

If they build a machine that works like the human brain or even better, it could change the world. But it could also be dangerous.

Especially when people start thinking it has achieved Godhood.

But now we are not aware if we are dealing with computer intelligence or a human one when we call businesses or even do interactions by text or on the internet.

Automated bots made up almost half of all traffic on the Internet last year, according to a new study with many of them mimicking human behavior to spread spam, scams, and viruses.

Apparently, the proportion of human activity online is at its lowest level in eight years, with AI-powered bots rapidly ‘taking over the Internet’ with spam and cybercrime.

The claim is that ‘bad bots’, or those that send junk emails or steal data from people, make up 66.6% of this traffic.

Is the 66.6% a significant number for vigilant dispensationalists/

Well, I noticed –and maybe we should all think about the uncanny valley and how we are about to meet the trickster posing as a cybernetic God.

Tools like ChatGPT and GPT-4 could act as ‘superpowers’ for bad bots, which are used by cybercriminals to rip people off and cause general mayhem online.

Talk about your digital devils who along with algorithms can guide you to bad choices and clickbait.

Recently this has worried authorities who believe that A.I. could actually thwart an election.

Computer engineers and tech-inclined political scientists have warned for years that cheap, powerful artificial intelligence tools would soon allow anyone to create fake images, video and audio that were realistic enough to fool voters and perhaps sway an election.

The synthetic images that emerged were often crude, unconvincing and costly to produce, especially when other kinds of misinformation were so inexpensive and easy to spread on social media. The threat posed by AI and so-called deep fakes always seemed a year or two away.

No more.

Sophisticated generative AI tools can now create cloned human voices and hyper-realistic images, videos and audio in seconds, at a minimal cost.

When strapped to powerful social media algorithms, this fake and digitally created content can spread far and fast and target highly specific audiences, potentially taking campaign dirty tricks to a new low.

And yet we are told every night that there is no evidence of rigged elections or election meddling by the left-leaning news media and yet every time they impeach, or bring up trials or try to frame people and right politicians it is done for the sole purpose of character assassination.

They are using double-think by stating elections in their favor cannot be rigged and yet issue statements that A.I. has all of this power to mislead voters.

Generative AI can not only rapidly produce targeted campaign emails, texts, or videos, but it also could be used to mislead voters, impersonate candidates and undermine elections on a scale and at a speed not yet seen.

AI experts can quickly rattle off a number of alarming scenarios in which generative AI is used to create synthetic media for the purposes of confusing voters, slandering a candidate, or even inciting violence.

This makes one ponder the possibility of A.I. becoming a president — or a leader who gives guidance to politicians that are lower on the pyramid.

Given the past and current occupiers of the White House, many might consider it an upgrade. After all, humans are prone to making decisions based on ego, anger, and the need for self-aggrandizement, not the common good. An artificially intelligent president could be trained to maximize happiness for most people without infringing on civil liberties. It might even learn that it’s a good idea to tweet less—or not at all.

Sure, at first glance the idea is far-fetched and a little bit ridiculous. It’s not clear, for example, how an algorithm, no matter how lucid, could host a state dinner.

Still, AI politicians are the likely culmination of trends already underway. Within a decade, tens of thousands of people will entrust their daily commute—and their safety—to an algorithm, and they’ll do it happily.

Why? Because it will make their lives better.

Or so we think.

We’re not very good at governing ourselves. The US government is mired in gridlock, name-calling, and partisan entrenchment. We vote for people because we like the way they look or talk, not because of policy positions. We elect politicians who we hope will embody our ideals and values, only to be sorely disappointed.

One of the leading thinkers in deep learning, Facebook’s Yann LeCun, foresees a time not far in the future when machines will begin to understand language, motivation, and thinking.

All of this suggests that the case for an AI president is only going to become more convincing. Human presidents in the modern era are already overwhelmed by a rising flow of information.

We just weren’t designed for the digital era. Most of us can’t handle our email inboxes, let alone the data streaming in from government agencies, the economy, and the military.

The blockchain is already handling our money exchanges and will be used a lot more once we make the leap to digital currency.

A.I. could be the ultimate big brother — or the Godlike enforcer of our own making.

We are now moving into a time where not only are bodies and humanity threatened by the overuse of transhuman augmentation — but religion and spirituality itself is facing sacrifice on the altar of the technocracy.

There is no doubt that modern life, and its institutions, attempt to seduce us. We are breaking down as well as digitizing our boundaries of longing. Modern cultural landscapes and digital realms are de-territorializing the reach of the voyeur.

There is now a shift in how desires are being redirected into new simulated sensibilities and customized indulgences. We are being drawn into new modes of seduction – a form of ‘always available’ easy access.

Seductions no longer tease us with waiting but can be instantaneously ‘streamed’ in the ever-present now.

The pop spirit marketplace is hot – it offers exorbitant choices in the belief that more is good. This encourages some people to take, experiment, taste, and dabble with a rag-bag bunch of spiritually enhancing or corrupting goodies in the hope that the resulting fusion will develop their ‘essential self.

Like it or not, there is a subculture that defines itself by its video games and its virtual selves. It is becoming similar to a type of religion or pseudo-spirituality within a collective.

Whilst there are sincere and genuine developmental tools and practices in the world, the online social media sphere becomes the window displays for attractive quotations, phrases, and slogans that are hungrily consumed by a fast-paced crowd.

It is easier to ‘like’ and ‘share’ a spiritual tool these days than to consider its use.

All hail the technological Holy Spirit — or the Holy Ghost in the machine.

Geoffrey Hinton, immodestly seen as the “Godfather of AI” has stepped away from Google and their Deep Mind A.I. program citing ethics problems.

Hinton hails from the “connectionist” school of thinking in AI, the once-discredited field that envisages neural networks which mimic the human brain and, more broadly, human behavior. Such a view is at odds with the “symbolists”, who focus on AI as machine-governed, the preserve of specific symbols and rules.

John Thornhill, writing for the Financial Times, notes Hinton’s rise, along with other members of the connectionist tribe: “As computers became more powerful, data sets exploded in size, and algorithms became more sophisticated, deep learning researchers, such as Hinton, were able to produce ever more impressive results that could no longer be ignored by the mainstream AI community.”

Hinton’s departure from Google, and more specifically his role as head of the Google Brain team, got the wheel of speculation whirring. One line of thinking was that it took place so that he could criticize the very company whose very achievements he has aided over the years.

The timing is also of interest. Just over a month prior, an open letter was published by the Future of Life Institute warning of the terrible effects of AI beyond the wickedness of OpenAI’s GPT-4 and other cognate systems. A number of questions were posed: “Should we let machines flood our information channels with propaganda and untruth? Should we automate away all the jobs, including the fulfilling ones? Should we develop nonhuman minds that might eventually outnumber, outsmart, obsolete and replace us? Should we risk the loss of control of our civilization?

It appears that Dr. Frankenstein has abandoned his monster.

He walked away, obviously because he does not want to appear to be complicit in continuing the evil that A.I. has become, and its potential of being a Cyberchrist superstar.

Whatever Frankenstein’s role he played in the creation of the very monster he now warns of, his sleep is unlikely to be troubled.



Matthew James Bailey is an internationally recognized pioneer of global revolutions such as Artificial Intelligence, Smart Cities and The Internet of Things.

He is the is author of the playbook for the Age of AI – Inventing World 3.0 – Evolutionary Ethics for Artificial Intelligence™ – Matthew has been recognized as a Who’s Who in Artificial Intelligence and is a Visiting Scholar to the National Institute of Aerospace and NASA. He is the founder of AIEthics.World –  – an organization providing leadership training for artificial intelligence and new inventions such as Ethical AI and a new ethical genome for AI.

Matthew has assisted multiple territories and global technology companies to successfully position themselves into the digital future.

His new website is:


Written by Ron Patton


This post currently has 19 comments.

  1. joe

    May 17, 2023 at 5:49 pm

    TOO reach Ultimate power world rule. A.I. first wins world , Mine asteroids for gold ! asteroid worth 17 TRILLION. Quantum computer. cold fusion. growth…etc wins world

    • joe

      May 18, 2023 at 2:56 am

      ELON space x plan mine gold ,platium , one asteroid worth 17 trillion game over.. first person or country to get A.I. rules world. first quamtum computer becomes god. . restore hair become trillion dollar man.women

  2. Lastone207🌲🦞

    May 17, 2023 at 7:00 pm


  3. Anne

    May 17, 2023 at 7:03 pm

    Project Blue Beam is already happening. It speaks about the capabilities to send radio waves to people’s brains that causes them to hear and see things and many people have already experienced this and no media outlets are speaking on it! The victims claim that God is talking to them and telling them to do awful evil things to others. Research it and you will find many reports written by local journalists speaking on it I, myself have experienced this. The voice pretended to be good but then it turned downright evil. It kept doing this for months. I have been a devoted Christian since a child so it used that against me and told me that the bible was Babylon. And when I picked it up to read it again, it said on the first page of the testament “like a dog going back to it’s own vomit.” This is demonic and evil is what is happening. .The truth is out there and these demonic entities are causing worldwide chaos. I never got the jab but got tested several times. That has everything to do with it. please spread this information!

  4. Jimbo

    May 17, 2023 at 8:05 pm

    You just said it Clyde. We would all be fooled unless we become a Bible scholar. Become one by going directly to Scripture and established ministries. The Bible speaks of 5-fold ministries:
    Ephesians 4:11, “It was He (Jesus) who gave some to be (1) apostles, some to be (2) prophets, some to be (3) evangelists, and some to be (4) pastors and (5) teachers.”
    Yeshua (Jesus) also admonished that anti-Christ deception would become so prevalent and invidious in the eschaton that, “if it were possible even the very elect would be deceived” ! {Mt. 24 :24}.

    An outstanding international ministry based in Singapore is that of Joseph Prince, whom I highly recommend for everyone. He has both Greek and Hebrew source language credentials from which Old and New Testaments were written. His messages are viewable online and he maintains both a ” .org” and a ” .com” website complimentary to each other.

    • Timothy Burt

      May 17, 2023 at 9:19 pm

      Yes but Prince wanders off into prosperity/ positive thinking territory. I’ve never heard him address end times issues directly.


    May 18, 2023 at 12:47 am


  6. joe

    May 18, 2023 at 2:17 am

    BRAINIAC suoermans foe= the forbin project=norads the beast computer// war games its too late PANDORAS box is open

  7. joe

    May 18, 2023 at 2:20 am

    YOU know we have the old out dated systems Irapa Drapa DOD D.I.A NSA 10 years behind.

  8. joe

    May 18, 2023 at 2:33 am

    DEEP FACE < DEEP LEARNING)) EMOTION RECOGNITION ++ connected to Instant worldwide I.D all ready here man

      • joe

        May 18, 2023 at 7:28 am

        A.I. Will Use HYPNOTICS with music,sound,lights, remote viewing & NLP mind control its already form the Narratives.. fixx elections ,,propagandas ,, create wars you can;t Win

  9. Pat

    May 18, 2023 at 3:22 pm

    I believe. Ai will cause a lot of death and misery for mankind in the near future also. .it is re- writing The Bible! Books and gaining knowledge from demons to rule mankind.

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