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Ron Patton | July 23, 2018
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Many times in the past, I have presented Ground Zero shows that have proven that since we have had the cell phone and the internet, there has been a persistent association of new electronic media… with paranormal or spiritual phenomena.

This has often been called a ghost in the machine — a glitch or some kind of paranormal event where the computer or the cell phone sends us a ghostly message or some e-mail form the future — something that cannot be easily explained.

A few days ago I received an e-mail from a listener that was concerned about an incident with her cell phone and she wanted me to hear it.

The frantic email was from Secilia and it said:

“My husband and I were both sitting next to each other, during a phone call I was having with my mom. The phone call suddenly dropped.

I tried to calling her back right away, but it wouldn’t connect.

After that last attempt to call her, my phone rang – on the screen it said Mom cell.

She said she recorded the event on video and the sounds coming out of the phone were troubling. It sounded like heavy breathing on the line and then the voice said in a sinister tone:


She said that after the recording, she wasn’t able to reach her mother for a good five minutes as she tried calling her back over and over. Her husband got worried, so he grabbed his gun and keys and told her to call her little sister. And if she didn’t answer, he was going over there to check on them.

Her sister ended up answering, and gave the phone over to her mom.

It turns out that both were connected and that they heard the same thing.

I once asked the phone company about this phenomena and while they have been plagued with inquiries about what is happening – they haven’t given an official reason why this is happening and so it can be chalked up to another strange anomaly that can be tied to our electronics on the road to the mysterious singularity.

Something is obviously trying to speak to us but it is not human.

My new book about Transhumanism and Artificial Intelligence was just released on Amazon. It took me three years to collect my thoughts and put them into the book. The book is called Transhuman Substantiation: The Truth about AI and the Singularity.

I started writing about “the internet of things” “smart cities” and “artificial intelligence” long before it was ever discussed in the mainstream narrative – even saying in 1996 that our appliances would out live us and maybe even turn on us in the future.

Much of that worry was based on a short story I read by Ray Bradbury when I was 14 and from there I always knew that the future would be full of robots, and autonomous machines that would do simple things like cook and clean and more complex things like surgeries and even conducting acts of warfare.

In the book, I lament that during the massive build up towards the 2016 election there was really no focus on how our innovations are changing our lives. I warned in 2016 that the Internet of Things will be a major issue in the next 8 to 10 years and that politicians should open up to talking about 21st century issues instead of discussion the same old trite issues that really are always used as button pushers to ratchet up a emotional response from voters.

Ray Kurzweil warned years ago about the technological singularity.

The Oxford dictionary defines “the singularity” as, “A hypothetical moment in time when Artificial Intelligence and other technologies have become so advanced that humanity undergoes a dramatic and irreversible change.”

In the next 25 years, AI will evolve to the point where it will know more on an intellectual level than any human. In the next 50 or 100 years, an AI might know more than the entire population of the planet put together. At that point, there are serious questions to ask about whether this AI which could design and program additional AI programs all on its own, read data from an almost infinite number of data sources, and control almost every connected device on the planet.

I have appeared on radio shows and TV shows with Christian futurists that see Artificial Intelligence as a fulfillment of apocalyptic prophecy. There is a popular theory that Artificial Intelligence will fuel the future “beast’ system that will be headed up by the Antichrist.

I can understand this way of thinking because of how it is being proposed that as humans we would have to somehow convert ourselves partly or wholly over to being like the machines in a symbiotic relationship. It would begin with an electronic tattoo or a chip that would be the biometric lynchpin to plug in to the matrix and benefit from the value of becoming another cog in the demonic well-oiled machine.

In this way we lose our humanity. Some argue we would lose that light, the connection with the divine – handing ourselves over to the technological graven image – a god without feeling or morality.

Recently, reports surfaced about an engineer who once worked at Uber has started a new religion. Anthony Levandowski filed paperwork for a nonprofit religious organization called, The Way of the Future. Its mission: “To develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.”

There are also members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) that believe that Transhumanism will be the way that Christians will be able to elevate and attain exaltation through all means including science and technology, until he becomes like God.

It should be clear that this group does not speak for the nearly 17 million members – Mormon transhumanists are persuaded that humans can become like God — through science and technology — in a progression without end, and their leaders believe that this seems a more faithful interpretation of the teachings of Joseph Smith and a return to the roots of the Mormon religion.

However, critics are saying that there should never be the mingling of religion and Transhumanism.

However, there is – and it is becoming quite eerie.

There is actually a machine learning A.I. on the web right now that actually has read the Bible and when prompted is able to take what it has learned and create new verses that come from the Bible but are reworded and reconfigured to be original.

This means that from the Bible, an AI program can now write its own Bible. This is located by going to

Here are some examples of biblical scriptures written by a machine learning AI.

”Judah, thou art a stranger, in the garden, God hath found out the iniquity of thy seed. And blessed be the sons of Bashemath the daughter of Anah the daughter of Leah, which she bares him.”

“Hear us, my lord: and she said, Now will I require; at the hand of her foot, and she bare a son; and called upon the bank of the LORD, and called upon the earth.”

“Judah, thou art my firstborn, my might, and the birds he divideth not, and the men which came in to her in thine hand heard that there was not in the open a firmament of heaven. And Abraham lifted up his father’s face, and my covenant between God and every living creature after his mother’s brother, and Benjamin.”

“Thus the heavens and the woman saw that he had left his garment with me, because I have heard that there was there with us a few days, at the hand of every artificer in brass and iron: and the creeping things, and the Egyptians mourned for his words.”

That is quite amazing –and if you really weren’t paying attention anyone could read these rewritten scriptures and pass them off as real and with an even more advanced AI could write a bible and use it as the first gospel according to an Artificial Intelligence.

This reminds me of a fictional story that I wrote called, Dogma I Am God, where the devil takes over the internet and sends palindromes to humans in order to get attention.

The Devil’s first message to humanity was “Shall we all die? We shall die all;
All die shall we Die all we shall.”

The words the same in reverse as they all are forwards.

Someone responded to the devil with another palindrome:

“Go deliver a dare, vile dog! Dog, as a devil deified, lived as a god.”

The Devil then declared “God lived as a devil dog.”

By this time the identity of the defender was evident in the reply:

“He lived as a devil, eh? Dogma: I am God. Dogma in my hymn: I am God!”

The Devil was fighting with God in sentences both backward and forward. It was a cosmic treat to see the battle rage in electric heaven. Mockingly, the Devil asked God, “Do Good’s deeds live on? No, Evil’s deeds do, O God. Do Geese See God? Did. I do, O God, did I as I said I’d do? Good, I did!”

God mocked back; “Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas!”

The devil smiled and bowed and typed the words “Amen enema” into the grid and continued to explain “Evil I did dwell, lewd did I live. Reviled did I live, said I, as evil I did deliver.”

God retorted; “Yaweh. The way!” and admonished the devil, “Live not on Evil! No devil lived on. Evil is a name of a foe, Man as I live.”

The Devil grabbed a list of sinners and listed them backward and forward he read them one by one: “Dennis, Nell, Edna, Leon, Nedra, Anita, Rolf, Nora, Alice, Carol, Leo, Jane, Reed, Dena, Dale, Basil, Rae, Penny, Lana, Dave, Denny, Lena, Ida, Bernadette, Ben, Ray, Lila, Nina, Jo, Ira, Mara, Sara, Mario, Jan, Ina, Lily, Arne, Bette, Dan, Reba, Diane, Lynn, Ed, Eva, Dana, Lynne, Pearl, Isabel, Ada, Ned, Dee, Rena, Joel, Lora, Cecil, Aaron, Flora, Tina, Arden, Noel, and Ellen sinned.”

God then said unto them, “Draw no evil deed, live onward!”

Satan was baffled that God was so forgiving and cursed, “Drown in Word!”

God replied, “Drowning I sign in word. Live demand name devil.” He then condemned the dark deceiver speaking in riddle, using the reverse and the forward with much eloquence; “Lived lair, trail a liar, trial “devil. “Devil liar trial. A lair trail lived!”

There was a period of long silence, as if one was waiting for the other to make a move. Then, the Devil spoke in riddle again asking God to lead in the reversed debate again, “Do greet, so steer God!”

God was tiring and said, “Too far afoot.”

The devil felt superior and asked, “Too hot to hoot?”

God was quick to point out that he was– “Too hot to idiot to hoot!”

The Devil then conceded victory, “Now I won!’Tis it’ I won now it is it. ‘Tis it I won! Now it is it.”

Then a multitude of heavenly hosts entered the cyber grid and exclaimed, “No! We’ve won!”

The devil cried out because he knew he was losing the battle, “Never ever even!”

God was so disappointed in Satan’s ego and left it as an even tie. He spoke as the angels were cleaning up the mess, “Live tie. Be it evil. Now it is I ’tis “it” I won.”

And with that, a message was sent in e-mails all over the world and it read:

Do go to God! Draw no evil deed, live onward.

Now, this is just a bit of fiction of course, but the reality recently has plagued Google as their Translator interface is now warning everyone that the world is about to end and that the antichrist is coming.

Recently it was reported that a glitch in Google’s translating software was turning the system into a bit of a doomsday oracle.

It has been reported that if you type the word “dog” into Google Translate 19 times, flip it from Maori into English, out pops what appears to be a garbled religious prophecy that reads:

“Doomsday Clock is three minutes at twelve,” it reads. “We are experiencing characters and dramatic developments in the world, which indicate that we are increasingly approaching the end times and Jesus’ return.”

But it gets even more sinister if you reduce the number of times you type “dog”, as several Reddit users spotted.

Instead of talking about the return of Jesus, Google Translate instead delivers a message about how the Antichrist will soon appear.

The message originally worked on Hawaiian-to-English translation too, but it seems to have now been fixed.

There are many bizarre and sometimes ominous translations that users on Reddit and elsewhere have dredged up from Google Translate, Google’s translating service can now interpret messages in over 100 languages including Klingon. In Somali, for instance, strings of the word “ag” translates into missives about the “sons of Gershon,” the “name of the LORD,” and references to Biblical terminology like “cubits” and Deuteronomy.

Translating from Irish to Somali the glitch returns the words: “As the name of the lord was written in the Hebrew language, it was written in the language of the Hebrew nation.”

It is as if something supernatural has taken over our electronics.

This reminds me of the story that was released stating that two Facebook chatbots were having a conversation and started speaking a language that was not understood by the programmers so they shut it down. What the chatbots were doing was creating shorthand speech that made the programmers confused and so they had to stop the project.

Ironically, the Google AI developed for their Translate feature, uses a similar program called Google Neural Machine Translation (GNMT). It has reportedly developed its interlingua that holds meanings it needs to convert from one human tongue to another.

Google Translate moves meaning from one human language to the interlingua, and then translates the interlingua into the target language.

Now it appears that the similar program has somehow learned how to quote the Bible when it is confused about a language — or something else is happening.

Written by Ron Patton

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