This one is another significant development in the growing transhumanist story, and one for the transhumanist scrapbook(and my thanks to M.M. for finding this one, and bringing it to my attention). It seems the scramble is on to search for "extraordinary humans" and that this scramble is being led by pharmaceutical companies. Hold on to your hat, folks, because the implications here are enormous as we'll see in a moment:

Drug COmpany Launches Global Hunt for Superhumans

This one almost compels all sorts of high octane speculation. For our purposes, there are two paragraphs here that provide the compelling force:

“'For example, individuals or groups who exhibited exceptional wound healing after surgery or trauma might warrant further investigation. Equally, those who have consistently displayed exceptional resistance or immunity to infections, or who, after a robust clinical diagnosis, displayed unusually fast or spontaneous disease remission might be the basis for a winning submission,' (Dr. Duncan McHale) said."

And this one:

"A ten-year-old Pakistani street performer’s ability to cut himself with knives and walk on burning coals without experiencing pain caught the attention of researchers in 2006. Scientists have since discovered that he and a handful of other people in the region lack a particular protein on the surface of their nerves and hope to replicate this trait to treat severe pain."

We've already seen the agribusiness industry use its modifications of naturally occurring crops and seeds to patent those modifications, and via patent law to claim royalties and license fees and to sue farmers in court for even more money for the horrible crime of their fields having been found to be growing their crops without a license, through the natural processes of birds eating and dropping seeds, wind, and so on. In our book Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, Dr. Scott de Hart and I wondered what would happen if this precedent in law were applied to genetic modifications of humans that entered the general population: could corporations claim rights to fees for modifications? or even outright ownership?

But the central core of my high octane speculation today is something else altogether. Most readers of this website are probably aware of the stories of unusual human beings, the peasant in Georgia in the Transcaucusus region who smokes a pack of cigarettes a day and who lives to be 120 years old, or, as the article itself mentions, people who seldom seem to get sick, or if they do, who inexplicably heal much fast than others. As the article avers, many of these phenomena are due to unusual genetics. So in their search for such people with (1) longevity genes or (2) special healing properties or (3) ability to withstand pain without any anaesthetic, we see hidden agendas, for by combining such traits, by engineering them, one could create, for example, a soldier able to heal on the battlefield or endure much more than the normal amount of punishment((under torture, for example), or longevity.

There may be even deeper agendas, for lurking behind any such major drug companies are the major shareholders, who cannot help but be, at some point, the very wealthy families whose names we are all familiar with, including many families of European nobility, and that raises the prospect that, behind the potential corporate and military agendas, there is an even deeper one: looking for genetic confirmations of old ideas, and old texts, and old "bloodlines." And given that some of those old ideas and old texts suggest that certain old technologies also alluded to in those texts could only be activated by certain people in physical contact or proximity with them, then that raises the stakes of the high octane speculation considerably.(See my The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts in this regard).

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. jedi on March 28, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    the Nazis and more recently the Minnesota twin studies confirm this research is taken very seriously.

    I always enjoyed stories about idiot savants…very fascinating too speculate where there gifts of knowledge comes from.

  2. Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    The supposed “biotech revolution” that we were promised around 2000 simply hasn’t materialised. They have found it impossible to correlate genes with every physical characteristic. I think they found it impossible to correlate 80% of physical characteristics with genes. Only a 20% correlation.

    I think the “morphic field” concept is an interesting concept for evolution. If a large number of morphic fields, from a large number of people, begin to “synchronise” then this could be a more efficient mechanism for evolution. It is a lot more efficient and less drastic than having to DIE BEFORE successful reproduction!

    I really think that the DNA works in conjunction with an “electrical” morphic field. Together they work as the “template”.

    I, for one, have done a number of experiments that strongly indicate that electricity is not just the flow of electrons. The flow of electrons is merely a peripheral “side effect” of electricity. Voltage and current are a conjugate pair. There is an interesting reason why electricity moves at (almost) the speed of light!

    Modern physics was “captured” at least 100 years ago and has been carefully misdirected ever since.

    • Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 4:03 pm

      In order to solve the electricity riddle, you need to know about the aether.

      • jedi on March 28, 2014 at 4:10 pm

        Electrons dont flow….the charge does.

        • Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 5:18 pm

          so what is the charge?

          • jedi on March 28, 2014 at 5:28 pm

            a vibration…a wave length.

            have a look at giza…the hydrogen wavelength is the so called air chambers…or rather incorporated into them.

            all matter exists because of energy, without it…matter would simply not exist.

          • Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 7:34 pm

            Charge arises from electrons and protons. The electromagnetic field travels OUTSIDE the wire. The electromagnetic field impinges upon the surface of the wire and drags the electrons along by way of friction; the skin effect. Thus, the electrons have a slow drift velocity, whereas the speed of electromagnetic induction tends toward the speed of light.

  3. Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    The search for extraordinary genes in extraordinary people is only going to get them so far. Genes only encode for the production of proteins, as far as I’m aware. Is it 98% of the genes that are supposed to be “redundant”? Are they redundant? Were they switched off?

    I have encountered theories where the “junk” DNA is to record memories. So your parents will pass on their memories, fears and instincts to you?

    I have encountered theories where the “junk” DNA is actually an antenna to receive electromagnetic signals. That the DNA is a receiver of the morphic field?

    Is everyone here familiar with Dr Rupert Sheldrake’s morphic fields?

    I have encountered theories that the lymphatic system is a fractal antenna that receives the “electrical body” that surrounds us?

    • Celtic Death Star on March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

      I have also heard that the “junk” DNA is actually a series of switches (logic gates?) that have been purposely switched off, to our detriment.

  4. emlong on March 28, 2014 at 10:22 am|dc_pcrid_35367175638_pkw_stan%20lee%20superhumans_pmt_b&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=stan%20lee%20superhumans&utm_campaign=G_Stan+Lee%27s+Superhumans&paidlink=1&cmpid=PaidSearch_google_G_Stan+Lee%27s+Superhumans_stan%20lee%20superhumans&gclid=COLH_dndtb0CFYsWMgodSkgAcw

    Stan Lee’s “Superhumans” on The History Channel is quite a cache of extraordinary abilitied humans. My favorite, which still doesn’t show up on Youtube, was the qi master who could make herds of llamas and buffalos lie down in pasture by manipulating them with qi movements from afar. He could get the entire herd to lay down in short order. The veterinarians standing by his side could not believe what they were seeing. Of course, such feats are a matter of training along with aptitude and that spiritual something or other than will elude and befuddle strictly materialist designers of medical drugs.

  5. Frankie Calcutta on March 28, 2014 at 9:38 am

    This is why I never leave my basement. If the elites ever got a glimpse of my elongated skull, I would be whisked off to one of their research facilities immediately to be prodded and probed. Try as I might, an elongated skull is impossible to hide and has been a source of great embarrassment my entire life. I tried everything to hide it including dreadlocks, hair weaves, turbans, top hats, over sized baseball caps, but they all failed. My parents eventually sent me to live amongst a remote African tribe which cherished elongated skulls, but I was a fish out of water there as well because I could not adjust to their native language which did not have a past or future tense and their number system only went as high as five. Moreover, they wanted to make me the chief of their village but as a teenager, I was hardly equipped for this kind of important role. Nor was I equipped for the mating duties such a prodigious skull elicited. Thus, I retreated into my basement only to venture out into the world of the internet where my elongated skull can not be seen but can be used to its maximum potential as I guide conspiracy theorists with the increased psychic intuition my elongated skull furnishes me with.

    My advice to the elite, look amongst the animal, plant, and insect world for your genetic modifications. I would recommend a turtle for longevity, the hide of a rhinoceros for protection, the wings of a bird for mobility, the regenerative powers of a starfish, the survival instincts of a cockroach, and the night vision of a bat, just for starters. I suppose bear claws would also come in handy as well as shark teeth. The head protection of a frilled lizard would surely come in handy as well. With these modifications, our elite would be more then equipped to not only survive, but to flourish for a long time. The modifications would also go along way in helping the rest of us identify who these elites are among us so we could avoid them like the plague that they are.

    • terminally skeptical on March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

      F.C., it’s all in your head. Pinheads are everywhere. Why just last week Beldar Conehead and I shared a couple of bottles of red. I drank the nectar and he ate the vessels.

    • justawhoaman on March 28, 2014 at 1:40 pm

      Speaking of said, every time I see a comment made by Frankie Calcutta or Terminally Skeptical, I am confident something absolutely exceptional is going to come out of those super-human minds, pointed or otherwise. Always a great read and usually adding a twist I hadn’t considered…

      Or just a hearty laugh out loud.

      Thanks you two!

      • jedi on March 28, 2014 at 4:07 pm

        Frankie you crack me up….

    • DaphneO on March 30, 2014 at 3:10 am

      Must say I love them too. Lol time more often than not.

  6. marcos toledo on March 28, 2014 at 8:24 am

    Anyone been following Helix on the SyFy channel the five hundred immortals. From a military point of view the Clone soldiers-storm troopers from Star Wars. The only reason we put up with these scum bags is that they like us will die the thought they could extend their lives indefinitely is terrifying more time to torment their victims is sickening.

  7. loisg on March 28, 2014 at 8:08 am

    Very interesting! I’m also wondering if they would be searching for someone not only with special physical abilities, but mental abilities. Perhaps someone with special brain capacity could read the crystal tablets.

  8. Ramura on March 28, 2014 at 7:18 am

    I suppose this means we will still be hearing Henry Kissinger chiming in on geopolitics 30 years from now…

    Not that he is top of the heap or anything, but I am already wondering if he has been using this type of technology…

    • DaphneO on March 30, 2014 at 3:12 am

      By the way, this page is very weird. Tiny printing that spreads lazy further than the iPad in landscape mode.

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