(Tea Party 247) – In 1969, John Brokman wrote, “Man was nothing more than a model, a technique. It is necessary to construct a new model…“
One of the little-discussed aspects of deceased charged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s life was his deep involvement with the school of thought called “transhumanism.”
It was briefly reported on by the New York Times and we have also covered it at this outlet, particularly his desire to create a sort of bizarre human farm at his Arizona ranch where he would impregnate several accomplished women to try to disseminate the world with little Epsteins.
“On multiple occasions starting in the early 2000s, Mr. Epstein told scientists and businessmen about his ambitions to use his New Mexico ranch as a base where women would be inseminated with his sperm and would give birth to his babies, according to two award-winning scientists and an adviser to large companies and wealthy individuals, all of whom Mr. Epstein told about it,” The Times reported last month, according to Infowars.
Old Thinker News noted this week that Epstein’s involvement with transhumanism “was characterized as an isolated bizarre fascination, but the community he was involved in is deadly serious about their goals.”
As the New York Times reported, Epstein gained access to the scientific community through Brockman, a little-known but very influential agent of transhumanism.
In 2000, the Wall Street Journal published an article called “At the Growing Billionaires’ Dinner, Tech Stars Move to Grown-Ups’ Table.”
The Edge Billionaire Dinner hosted all the men we now know as the major Tech Giants; Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Evan Williams, Bill Joy, Larry Page and others.
And now, according to Yahoo Finance, the group has been deleting posts on its website about Epstein in the wake of his arrest last month.
Epstein is still listed as a guest in 2000 on the website for the Edge dinner, Old Thinker News reports. Listed in 2001 is Marvin Minsky, who has been accused of having sex with a trafficking victim.
Brockman’s 1969 book, Afterwords, foreshadowed the transhumanist philosophy which was to come, envisioning man as merging with machine. ‘
“Man was nothing more than a model, a technique. It is necessary to construct a new model… The human delusion lies in the belief that the human being is the basis of reality and the final goal of the evolution.”
The Edge billionaire meetings have centered around the future of genetic engineering, biocomputation and re-designing humanity for a transhuman era. Physicist Freeman Dyson depicted those leading this group as having a god-like power to create entirely new species on earth in a “New Age of Wonder”. He describes them as:
“…a new generation of artists, writing genomes as fluently as Blake and Byron wrote verses, might create an abundance of new flowers and fruit and trees and birds to enrich the ecology of our planet.”
Author Michael Wolff wrote in 2000 in a piece for New York magazine of these elite conference circles,
“Conferences are to the technology business what weddings are to the Godfather movies. This is the time for the extended family to come together, to pay its respects to the dons and capos, and a time for people who want to be associated with the family to come and be introduced.”
Epstein is just the tip of the iceberg. There are many men out there who have the same aspirations for the future of mankind that this sinister child sex trafficker did. This is about much more than just sex, and it runs deeper than Epstein.
“Epstein is far from a lone wolf actor in the transhumanist movement,” Old Thinker News concludes. “The powerful individuals he rubbed shoulders with shared his longing for a transhuman future.”