Psychotronic Cyborg Interface to Make Your Life Even More Interesting

At this point, if you woke up and realized that someone had been sending advertisements into your dreams, a la Philip K. Dick, you probably would not be surprised.

Everyone is pretty much ready for a science fiction dystopia, and it is really already here.

Jeff Bezos thanking his slaves for taking him into space was pretty iconic, and might be used by future historians to mark the entrance of the earth into the techno nightmare society.

Let’s just hope that our Cyberpunk future is more exciting than the Cyberpunk video game (which sucks).


Scientists at Imperial College London have warned of a “bleak panorama” relating to the commercial use of brain-computer interfaces. If left unregulated, they say, the tech could lead to companies harvesting our deepest thoughts.

Several Big Tech companies, including Facebook and Microsoft, and technology investors like Elon Musk have funded projects exploring the use of brain-computer interface (BCI) devices to map out neural links. US government agencies are also studying the tech’s applications.

In a new study published in the APL Bioengineering journal, researchers from the university reviewed the state of BCI research. They raised red flags about the potential commercial exploitation of our innermost thoughts and feelings and warned of a world divided along the lines of access to BCI tech.

Study co-author Roberto Portillo-Lara described the possibility of corporate entities accessing BCI readings as “particularly worrisome” since “neural data is often considered to be the most intimate and private information that could be associated with any given user.”

I consider my thoughts my most intimate and private information.

The only thing more intimate than my thoughts is when someone tickles my nipples.

The most likely approach to real-world BCI applications is through electroencephalography (EEG), a relatively low-cost, non-invasive method of monitoring the brain’s electrical activity. Hospitals use it – through a headgear with electrodes attached to the scalp – to diagnose epilepsy and other disorders.

The researchers claim EEG-based BCI systems (eBCIs) will “deeply transform” industries like healthcare, entertainment, security, education and marketing in “the near future.”

However, Portillo-Lara warned that EEG data could also give companies “unparalleled insight” into a person’s “intentions, preferences, and emotions.”

One recent example of a BCI venture is a Facebook-funded “speech neuroprosthesis” project that has used surgically-implanted electrodes on a participant’s brain surface to create computer models for “speech detection” and word usage.

In a blog post earlier this month, the company said the project had enabled a man who could not speak after suffering a series of strokes 16 years ago to communicate again. It did this by converting his attempts to talk into words on a screen.

However, the project was still far from the tech giant’s stated goal of a system that “can type 100 words per minute straight from your brain.” Perhaps unsurprisingly, Facebook said it would stop funding the project to focus on a product that had better short-term sales potential – a virtual reality wrist controller that reads muscle signals sent from the wearer’s brain to the arm.

Last year, Musk’s BCI tech start-up Neuralink announced that it had implanted a chip in a pig’s brain to study its neural pathways – with the eventual goal to build “Fitbit in your skull” human implants that would enable memories to be shared and Tesla cars to be telepathically summoned.

Meanwhile, the US military’s research arm DARPA is reportedly developing BCI tech with the intent to create supersoldiers who can control “swarms of drones, operating at the speed of thought.” In 2017, the agency had awarded contracts to better understand how brain interface technology works and potentially build a device capable of communication with up to one million neurons at a time.

This ties in to what the researchers warn could lead to a world divided between the augmented and the natural. Study co-author Rylie Green said policymakers and regulatory bodies had to tackle the “dilemma” of BCI commercialization to avoid this “bleak panorama.”

They’re not actually trying to avoid anything and the masses of goyim don’t want to avoid anything. Anyone who has taken the vaxx has already surrendered their bodily autonomy to this system, and they will be lining up to have a computer chip implanted in their brains.

When these universities say they’re “worried” about something happening, what they’re actually doing is just telling you what is going to happen. We saw this with the coronavirus hoax, and we’re seeing it again with the “cyber pandemic” hacking attacks. Both times, the World Economic Forum had a bunch of forums and meetings, published endless essays, saying they were “worried” about it – and then they made it happen.

It’s the same thing here; they’re not worried about corporations and the military exploiting your thoughts and emotions with mind control computers – they’re just telling you this is going to happen.

The university that released the above study – Imperial College London – also is the one that released the original hoaxed graphs that Anthony Fauci used to dazzle the big orange man.

It was unclear at the time how they could come up with a computer simulation with no data, and it was later revealed that the graph had existed for years, just waiting to be rolled out.

Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum has been shilling this “cyborg” stuff for years. A big part of Klaus Schwab’s book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, is about the cyborg agenda.

Everything is going in this one direction.

I assume that the vaxx agenda fits into this somehow. I tend to not think there are literal mind-control nanobots in the vaxx, but there could be. I’d be more likely to guess that they are simply adjusting people to having their bodies violated, as well as testing some kind of genetic engineering scheme.

I think if there were actual nanobots, someone in some country would have found that by now. But maybe they are releasing different viruses in different countries. Who knows.

What I will say is that the 5G stuff is not all insane. Some of it seems insane, but the fact of reality is that they are going to need high bandwidth broadcasting in order to implement a brain-chip slave control program.

Now is a good time to go back and look at anything you dismissed as “too kooky” before. At the same time, you should try to keep a level head. I’ve been listening to some of these boomer-type MAGA style anti-vaxxers, and they do frankly sound like unhinged lunatics.

I don’t think they are unhinged lunatics, they’re just not familiar with the conspiracy scene, and not accustomed to wading through all the bullshit that gets spewed. So: “nanobots in the vaccine will be activated by 5G to control your brain” makes sense to them.

I guess “it goes both ways” isn’t a particularly useful heuristic for analyzing the psycho control grid. But I don’t have a better way to frame it. Frankly, I still don’t understand what the vaccine is. They are getting so insanely aggressive now that it is clear it is something very important to them, but I don’t understand specifically why it is so important to them.

Maybe it is as simple as getting you to surrender your body to them, to risk your life playing Russian Roulette with a chemical injection that has killed so many people to fight a disease that doesn’t exist in order to prove you are loyal to the Beast.

I don’t think it is supposed to kill so many people. That appears to have surprised them. But the fact that it does kill so many people means it is doing something very serious to the body. It is producing all of these spike proteins. But what are these spike proteins for?

Even David Icke isn’t totally clear on this stuff. He usually has an answer for everything (even if it’s wrong). He just says that the vaxx is meant to “change you from a biological entity to a synthetic biological entity.” He’s pretty woke on stuff, but he definitely goes too far into some other directions.

Here’s his most recent presentation.

I found out a few months ago that he was hitting most of the points I was hitting, but he does go too far.

It’s good but there is a touch – a touch too much.

I enjoyed listening to Icke and finding that he came to the same basic conclusions as me, but I did not really feel as though he added anything to my understanding, aside from a few inspirational new agey observations.

Icke will always be partially blind, because he refuses to accept Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ (even though his personal cosmology is virtually identical to various forms of Christianity).

Icke tends to correlate various different conspiracy theories from different places into a unified view, but I just didn’t see anything really new there.

Obviously, there is a cyborg agenda. And obviously, this vaxx fits into it somehow. But no one really seems to understand the specifics of it.

With the way they are attempting to force the vaxx onto people, I sort of think that there may be some delayed reaction to it. It might just be that X% of the vaxxed are going to start dying soon. Clearly, the types of diseases it is causing are ones that will kill people over a period of time.

Have you seen this video of Black Science Man talking to Ray Kurzweil about the neural interface?

They say we’ll all be fully linked up by 2029.

Weird stuff.