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As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” And with that he breathed on them and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” (John 20:21b-22a NIV)

Elon Musk, the South African CEO of Tesla and multi-billionaire businessman, investor and inventor, was recently quoted in a headline: “Musk warns we only have a 5-10% chance of preventing killer robots from destroying humanity.” “Without regulations,” he stated, A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) presents a “fundamental risk to the future existence of civilization.” We have been hearing robots were a good thing. What’s changed?

Stuart Russell, professor at the University of California, and leading expert in A.I., sounded the same alarm. A November 21, 2017 news story quoted Russell as saying: “Killer robots which use facial recognition before slaughtering people, ‘will be devastating to humankind.’”

Days before Professor Russell’s statement, a warning appeared in the online magazine, Zero Hedge: “Killer robots easier to achieve than self-driving cars.” Killer robots! Easier than cars without drivers? Better buckle up!

Armies of Cyborgs are not relegated to fictional novels, DC Comics or sci-fi films, they are in the testing stage, and soon in the implementation stage. The U.S. military has successfully tested a robot that carries 180 pounds up nine flights of stairs, considerably outperforming the most fit soldiers. That’s only one example.

Killer robots programmed to destroy without requiring specific commands: Think about it. What if a robot stood nine feet tall (2.9 meters), could outrun a deer, do somersaults and jump high hurdles, plus turn a person to powder in a flash? What would we have? We have the new face of warfare.

The scenario described in Revelation 13 provides a picture of the future, not unlike what we cited above: “He [the False Prophet] was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed.” (Revelation 13:15 NIV)

Regarding the above Revelation 13 passage, “Could the first beast’s image potentially be a cyborg?” Yes! Giving breath to the image so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the beast’s image to be killed is not a crazy, weird or remote idea—not any more. Minds bent on power have already conceived it. Technicians tirelessly work to achieve it. When it happens…buckle up!

Missing in the killer robots, until near the very end, is what the NIV renders “breath.” In Revelation 13:15, the Greek word is pneuma, which is usually translated “spirit.” If we substitute the more common “spirit” for “breath,” as in “the spirit of the beast,” we may have solved a mystery. Paraphrased, Revelation 13:15 could read this way: The false prophet will breathe the “’I am a god’ spirit of the beast into the image(s).”  Of course, we could be describing cyborgs that look like the beast’s twin. They could talk like him, have an IQ in the 2000 range, and possess the beast’s deceitful, diabolical personality. Along with other superior abilities, we have the beast’s image—spirit and all—proliferating the earth. As a finishing touch, the image has authority to command worship, or die.

In Part 6, we will expose more of Satan’s end-time plan to overthrow God’s rule, creating counterfeit beings with the ability to destroy, a plan that dates back to the time of Noah.

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He was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. (Revelation 13:15 NIV)

Early 20th century Satanist, Aleister Crowley, authored what became known as “the law of Thelema.” Essentially, this law states, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” In a nutshell, the law of Thelema speaks of the fist defiantly raised toward heaven, declaring “I am God.”

Satan is never more empowered, than when we, God’s creation, cast off restraint and ignore any and all claims the Lord has on us. Paul urged the Ephesians, “…and find out what pleases the Lord.” (5:10). Encouraging believers to learn what pleases God (then doing it) is the antithesis of the law of Thelema. Crowley’s idea of complete autonomy originated in the pit. We were created to please our Sovereign Lord and Master. Many will choose to be served instead.

Last time, I wrote that in Part 2 I would attempt to connect the rebellion at Babel to the field of robotics. Robots are sophisticated machines designed to do work or perform functions man cannot do or do as efficiently.

For example, robots are already doing beneficial surgeries and precise assembly-line or warehouse work. However, it is their capability to wage war that ought to make everyone take notice. Picture J.R. Tolkien’s army of Orcs in The Lord of the Rings as they were being birthed in the slime and heat of earth’s underbelly. It isn’t fantasy anymore.

Robot soldiers require a creator and, therefore, a master. They need a god to do the designing, engineering and building. They need experts in information technology to install programs that control their actions.

The appeal is power, and robots represent power. Acting as a god, the robot’s master does as he “wilt,” but, with some know-how, he can make a humanoid also do as he (the master) “wilt,” for good or for evil.

We have exceeded critical mass. Hearty acceptance has created demand. What has begun cannot be stopped, that is, not until the Lord intervenes.

What about robotic killer tanks that outperform (i.e. out destroy) human operated tanks? Buckle up! The prototypes are developed and have impressed in mock battle. As a result, Russian military chiefs have greenlighted production.

Off the drawing board and field tested are killer robots that can target using facial recognition. (Might this include recognizing those without the beast’s mark on the forehead or hand?) Buckle up! It’s coming.

Underway is a plan to create a human-like population devoid of God’s image. Has earth seen their kind before? Yes, prior to Noah’s Flood.

Next, in Part 3, we will examine what is motivating the recent advancements in robotics, in particular, the production of Cyborgs, machines designed to look and function like humans.

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