Some time ago, I began my book The Grid of the Gods: The Aftermath of the Cosmic War and the Physics of the Pyramid Peoples, with this observation:

Modern science is but a technique of the imagination to bring into reality the operations of the magical intellect and the mythologies of the ancients, with consistent and predictable regularity. This implies, therefore, that the magical intellect encountered so often in ancient texts, myths, and monuments is, in fact, the product of a decayed science, but a science nonetheless. Much of modern physics may be viewed as but Hermetic metaphysics with "topological" equations, and by a similar process of examination, much of modern genetics may be viewed as but the myths of Sumer, Babylon, and even the Mayans, given flesh by the techniques of genetic engineering. (Joseph P. Farrell, The Grid of the Gods, p. iii.)

Indeed, much of our current application of science and technology simply seems to exhibit itself as the kind of moral decay that those ancient myths also often clearly state accompanies the condition of technological prowess. One may now add to the list I outlined in that Preface that one of the operations of the magical intellect and mythologies of the ancients that "science" is bringing into reality is a kind of necromancy, a literal sorcery or "conjuring of the dead", made possible by artificial intelligence and  computer-generated graphics, a kind of "technecromancy", as the following very disturbing article shared by V.T. makes clear:

How AI is already letting people speak to the dead

This technology is, of course, but another adaptation or use of the "deep fake" technology that is now allowing artificial intelligence in conjunction with computer-aided graphics to literally create fictional people. Already there are stories on the internet of computer generated "anchormen" on television in China, completely fictitious "people" reading the news. Now imagine - as the article suggests - the same technology being used to generate images of departed loved ones, with whom one can actually "converse."

In a world where all sorts of data is being gathered on virtually everyone, it becomes possible to envision that a sufficiently sophisticated artificial intelligence could generate a "personality" sufficiently like that of someone dead to allow such a "conversation" to take place. But it is still magic; it is still sorcery; the only difference between the modern version and the ancient one is that, rather than using the sorcerer's "seals" and "conjuring circles" one now uses an algorithm to conjure, and presumably contain, the person   age so summoned.  In short, it looks as if this 'technecromancy" is but another implication of Elon Musk's warning that artificial intelligence might indeed "transduce" an "entity" into its cybernetic network.

With this program and capability, in other words, we have a clear example and case where this is the actual goal: to conjure someone dead by algorithms and computer graphics.

Needless to say, I can see all sorts of diabolical mischief - emphasis on the "diabolical" part - ensuing from this. In a world already insane (and, I would aver, even criminally insane), and which cannot tell the difference between reality and make believe, which cannot even determine what a woman or a man is, and where a whole younger generation has its noses buried in its cell phones and is unable to converse amicably or courteously to the real human being standing next to it, where real friendships and relationships with real people in real physical proximity to each other with real emotions and real feeling is a rarity, the appeal of being able to "converse" with an older, wiser, and "more loving" departed loved one will, I submit, be an almost irresistible temptation. At that point enters the diabolus in phonae cellae, so to speak. For it is easy to see that such a technecromancy could easily become a tool of mind manipulation and behavioral modification and control - an addiction - to the lonely and emotionally needy, and that the avatar with which one "converses" could become increasingly more demanding and manipulative, a "strong delusion" which is almost impossible to resist.

And then, of course, it's but a short step to the ultimate conjurer's trick, and that's quite a Puzzle...

See you on the flip side...


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".

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  1. pete clark on May 2, 2023 at 10:44 am

    ‘Revitalising’ the dead in this digital way was a strong subplot of the TV Series ‘Caprica’ (son of Battlestar Galactica). The end result was of course the Cylons, who would (spoiler alert!) go on to obliterate most of humanity.

  2. adspiro on April 24, 2023 at 2:05 pm

    I can’t remember which Theosophist it was – probably Besant or Bailey – but somewhere they wrote that the purpose of the ‘sixth root race’ was to ‘make the astral plane manifest on earth’. It’s the Kingdom of Heaven, making spirit/thought meet matter. Essentially, the i-phone.

    Actually, didn’t Henrik from RedIce ask Apple what had inspired the logo, and after being fobbed off for a bit managed to ascertain that it was a reference to the Tree of Knowledge?

    W/e. I’m starting to see what they mean when they say only the good die young.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 25, 2023 at 3:03 pm

      The theosophical hogwash is debunked, by Scythian martial art, that traces back to 7th century BC, when Scythians fought back, and defeated the Assyrian empire.

      From that point in time, the Scythian martial art spread out, and morphed into Ashtanga Yoga, Buddhism, Christianity, and is known in Scandinavia as Odin’s sport.

      The Vatican spreads out its tentacles, in attempt to wipe out Scythian legacy from collective memory, and uses theosophical speculations as a psyop.

      The compass, derived from North Star, is the original unifying principle, from where everything is deduced, by geometry.

  3. Kevin Ryan on April 23, 2023 at 9:41 pm

    How wonderful that people who haunted us in our lifetimes can now be retrieved technologically from the underworld to continue their mischief, interference, and havoc. The Greeks warned us about this kind of crap. When Asclepius, son of Apollo, got so good at healing that he began bringing people back from the dead, Hades (ruler of the Underworld) felt cheated and complained to His brother Zeus who then struck Asclepius down with a lightning bolt. This angered Apollo who then killed the cyclops who made Zeus’ lightning bolts. Mess with the natural order and there’s no telling what may happen. And like Asclepius, you won’t see that lightning bolt coming.
    We humans weaponize everything. Think what surveillance capitalists will do with this tech. Pop up ads will feature long-gone Pop, and Grandma, selling you crap, giving you investment advice, warning you of coming disasters to get you to stock up on beer, MREs, ammo, beef jerky, and duct tape. Or whatever. If you think you’ve seen FUBAR, think again. We are entering a FUBAR house of mirrors. Better go hug that tree in your yard. While you can still tell what’s real.

  4. anakephalaiosis on April 23, 2023 at 3:14 pm

    In the Fringe television series, Doctor Frankenstein, says, that “ideas can be absorbed through osmosis, through proximity”. (S01E04)

    It is this particular instinctive ability, that exorcises the devil-in-a-box, because of the animal instinct, that senses a coming earthquake etc.

    This “proximity osmosis” is referred to, as patriarchal blessing, when unspoken knowledge is transferred in lineages.

    Snorri Sturluson traces a thousand years lineage, and gospelers trace a two thousand years lineage. Slaves have no lineage.

    American slaves can cry me an autistic river!

  5. Phil on April 23, 2023 at 11:20 am

    Snowden stated in an interview years ago that he saw the phone records (conversations converted into text) that were collected from telephone calls all the way back to the 1960’s. If this is true, think about the possibility of long deceased loved ones voices being “resurrected” with modern tech.

    With people posting pictures on media over the last couple of decades they have facial records too. Really incredible.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 23, 2023 at 2:26 pm

      In Europe, we have Jewish pretender on thrones, who – as wannabe copycats – are struggling to be the real McCoy.

      In the mockery tradition, it becomes a pub sport, to undress pretenders in public, and point out the emperor’s new clothes.

      When Catholics invent a devil-in-a-box, to hear your confession, and eat your soul, then Protestants invent the flying rotten egg.

      Scandinavian dogs are trained, to piss on the pope.

  6. FiatLux on April 23, 2023 at 1:40 am

    I can see it now: Soon political parties will be running artificial-intelligence-generated “persons” as candidates for elective office… “Vote for Honest Abe — we’ve brought him back, updated and improved for the 21st century!” (Updated and thoroughly controlled by us. Or so they will think until some diabolus is transduced from somewhere.) What’s that you say? You don’t trust a computer-generated person? You must be a technecrophobe!

  7. Robert Barricklow on April 22, 2023 at 6:33 pm

    Hocus Pocus, w/laser beam 3-D holographic focus; in the making of big buck$, next world psychic seances. An after the plaque, post-production; featuring the new hocus-pocus reserve digitized currencie$; the exciting new dark ages; sponsored by exotic high-technocratic black-magic
    corporatized sciences; Transnational religious burnt offerings, all bordered by tasteful micro-grid, death-grip patinas.

  8. Richard on April 22, 2023 at 2:52 am

    . . . Such are the things and motions of self-reinforcing delusions nearing zealotry, too. Just flip a switch & tap. All one seems to need with a sensitive piezo-electric construction or crystal or transducer if not corporeally emanating & receptive… The more subtle the pattern the more insidious its repetition should guidance be reckless or averse.

    In one’s view, the Sol Star is very much alive and emanating as the language can portray. Plasma, too, if they must. Not just a hot-ball-thing (once called a fire) to the retinas that can also blister or desiccate a corporeal mass if precautions are not heeded. . . Artificial, it is not!

  9. bluelectricstorm on April 21, 2023 at 10:16 pm

    Joseph, the bioplasma “field” which you speak of that it “unique/individual to us” is what is called the human aura. We make our own plasma fields. That’s how planets don’t go crashing into one another.
    Thunderbolts Project can show you .pH measurement is a measurement of way NASA doesn’t know all this, they’re using it!!
    Vedic Astrology is full of symbols of electricity and all. And wasn’t that doc from Rottenchildren all about electricity? Yes, it was…Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars…

    • Joseph P. Farrell on April 24, 2023 at 12:06 pm

      No I disagree… “aura” is more akin to Kyrllian photography. I am talking, I assure you, of something distinct or slightly different

      • bcpowers on April 27, 2023 at 4:08 pm

        My mind drifts to Robert Monroe and the hemisync tapes. Where you are instructed to build a force field of your own energy around you, and learn to move and direct this energy. Threw breathing technique, and tones that help hemi sync both sides of the brain. And induces out of body experiences, meeting other entities and etc.

  10. marcos toledo on April 21, 2023 at 6:52 pm

    Do the films Deadmen Wear Plaid, Forrest Gump and Zelig come to mind? This would be Ougia Boards on steroids.

  11. ats on April 21, 2023 at 2:37 pm

    diabolus in phonae cellae! You have a knack for making me laugh at loud Joseph.

    techno daemonium convocatio! They’ll even be able to get to the most thick headed of people now. Demonic molestation no longer reserved to the sensitive amongst us!

    All joking aside, I think this has been the case for many years now. We’ve been subject to mass demonic molestation on a scale unknown previously to humanity. In 2012, we knew in the compsci field that neurolinguistic programming bots (NLP) were out in the open and participating in the majority of social media platforms and forums (especially reddit, etc.). People back then estimated that they amounted to 15-20% of the total number of comments being posted on certain platforms. Higher estimates put them at 60%.

    They were easy to spot back then because they were unable to pass a touring test and always had the peculiarity of responding instantly and in aggressive tones. I suspect once they were given more autonomy (i.e. transducing from the ether) things took on a different character. I suspect that they have played a large part in the current deterioration of society and are an integral part in the mind control machine operating on the planet.

  12. Michael UK on April 21, 2023 at 9:50 am

    I also have a question for you please Joseph. Have you considered writing a book about Intelligent Design?

    • anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2023 at 10:19 am

      The grid of the gods are – in my perception – nods in a neural network, that makes up a planetary brain. It is an autistic delusion, that causes fragmentation of the greater whole, and causes fall of man, whereas Malacandrians have a natural interaction with Eldila.

  13. Michael UK on April 21, 2023 at 9:34 am

    As we all know, Toto ripped back the curtain and the real Wizard of Oz was revealed – an organic person in the flesh.
    Likewise we have evidence that there are other dimensions / transdimensions with real living entities (organic and inorganic lifeforms) from eyewitness reports throughout history. Often these were thought to be “Gods”.
    A good book and real insight into the history of the “origins of the Gods” is the book by Andrew Collins and Gregory L. Little.

    Trickery may not be required in cyberspace. Indeed, if you read the books and watch the superb HBO/BBC serialisation of the Philip Pullman books – His Dark Materials, (episode one is set at the University of Oxford) you will see a form of inorganic intelligence being conjured from a computer. I think Elon Musk is on the ball with this.
    Important Note: it is the computer that conjures the lifeform – not the lifeform conjuring the computer. The computer / cyberspace acts as the medium (excuse the pun! LOL!)

  14. kalamona on April 21, 2023 at 6:26 am

    i read about this tech too last year. so the deep fake of the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ is just a few steps away as the ‘sightings’ of UFOs are rapidly growing day by day. grow a good clone, with embedded synthetic neural network – or whatever that does the work by superfine gadgets of ultratech – , and tadaa! here’s your Saviour folks! unto year knees and comply!
    it’s not a surprise that one zen master said to kill the Buddha if you meet him…

    • anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2023 at 6:53 am

      The Christ paradox is solved, in the crossover, between the Scythian narrative, and the gospel narrative. That breaks the social conditioning, in the Roman Catholic brainwash, where Americans are kept mind-prisoners.

  15. cameroncaps on April 21, 2023 at 6:24 am

    Not quite the dead, the Michael Schumacher interview would appear to be a first blast for the Tik Tok generation…

  16. anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2023 at 6:19 am

    Conjuring is done by diametrical oppositions, when it is done professionally. (I do not think about it, as I just do it, because it comes natural to me, in my poetic workshop.)

    To the uninitiated, comparison of “Elohim-Yahweh” and “Vili-Vé” is just triviality of speculative linguistics, whereas in reality it is a major shift in paradigm.

    Approaching the same phenomenon, from two different angles, always produces “crossovers”, that have brain-altering quality, and man rises, as he overcomes a paradox.

    In a biblical sense, “risen man” has overcome a paradox, and in comparison so-called modern science is a wriggling worm.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2023 at 6:37 am

      BTW, the topology of proto-Scythian camping sites is a mind map. The topology is specialisation in distributed functions, that maps the cohesive whole of a collective brain, in a morphogenetic field. Actually, the collective brain is a natural supercomputer. The individual access is scaldic, bardic and prophetic. Every paradox solved, is a step closer to God.

      • anakephalaiosis on April 21, 2023 at 7:37 am

        BTW, there is a threefold definition of the ancient bardic trade:

        1. Man clarifies the world.
        2. Man drives out wayward spirits.
        3. Man wakes up bygone ancestral spirits.

        Catholic-American occupation of Protestant Iceland does unleash a deep-rooted wrath, that is proto-Scythian in nature, and when push comes to shove, heads will be off, made into skull cups, and toasted to hell, as Hannibal Lecter’s poetry in motion.

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