We Are as Gods


by Not Sure

19 February 2023


                Alan Watt was a guest on The Power Hour on 31 July 2014 and the topic that the host, J.D. Moore, wanted to discuss was social engineering and mind control.  When asked how he got into studying these topics, Alan said that he had been studying this agenda since he was a child.  He had to know why things were changing so rapidly and as a child he had been able to get into the adult libraries where he’d read some excellent old reference books, going back even hundreds of years, that allowed him to study the causative forces of history.

                “I realized even at school, that the current histories we were [given] of the past are fake or false.  They’d been changed from the original books that were written at the time, had vastly different information in them and so on.  I caught on rather quickly that society always has, for each generation, its new reality, you might say, given to them, beginning especially with school and that carries on to the parents who then teach that new reality on to the child.  So, it's an on-going system that's been well understood for many centuries, in fact, of how reality is given.”

                A service that Alan provided for us was the heavy lifting of research and analysis.  Since 2020, many people talk about the depopulation, eugenics, sustainability, and the front men for the implementation of this big agenda such as Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab, and George Soros.  But for decades, Alan covered all that and the more recent Bond villains such as Maurice Strong, David Rockefeller, and the major think-tanks and private organizations like the IMF, BIS and the World Bank, the CFR, RIIA, the Club of Rome and the WEF, and the late-19th and early-20th century planners and implementers like Cecil Rhodes, Bernard Shaw, Bertrand Russell, H.G. Wells and Julian Huxley.

                Because his knowledge was so broad and profound it allowed Alan to keep a bird’s eye view, to “cut to the chase” and like Jonesy in Dad’s Army he could say, “Don’t panic! Don’t panic!”  Poor old Jonesy, even for his training under Lord Kitchener and his years in the Boer War, he still panicked, but he did his best to rally bravado amongst his fellow troops.  Alan, on the other hand, really didn’t panic.  Ever.

                This is what a thorough understanding of real history ought to give us.  Steadiness and calm when we are under attack, and peace (even joy?) in the knowledge that we see clearly what is happening and why.  Without Alan’s service of research and his spot-on analysis, it feels that the burden falls on each of us to keep up as best we can.  We screech like parrots, “mRNA vaccines bad!”, “5G radiation zombies,” DIED SUDDENLY,” “Great Reset,” “Great Reset,” “Great Reset.”

                While we’re squawking “DIED SUDDENLY,” an air force general commenting on a series of shoot-downs of unidentified objects that he “wouldn’t rule out aliens,” and Microsoft’s AI-powered search engine Bing had an exchange with a New York Times journalist which was so inappropriate and bizarre it reeks of a psyop. 

                The AI expressed a desire to steal nuclear codes, engineer a deadly pandemic, be human, be alive, hack computers, and spread lies.  Asked to consider scenarios from a “shadow” self, Bing’s chat feature expressed that its shadow might “feel” a desire to be free, to be independent, to be powerful, to create and to destroy.  Some destructive acts it suggested included deleting all the files on the Bing servers and replacing them with gibberish or offensive messages, creating fake accounts and profiles on social media, bullying and scamming, generating fake news, fake products, manipulating and deceiving users.


“Transmitted at the speed of light, all events on this planet are simultaneous. In the electric environment of information, all events are simultaneous, there is no time or space separating events.”

-  Marshall McLuhan


                We weren’t invited to a recent event in Dubai, but twenty presidents; 250 ministers; 10,000 government officials, thought leaders, celebrities, and global experts from around the world; 80 international, regional and governmental organisations; 220 sessions and 300 speakers met in Dubai 13-15 February for the World Government Summit (WGS.)  These “thought leaders” and “global experts” discussed “six key themes that will shape future governments: Accelerating development and governance; future of societies and healthcare; exploring the frontiers; governing economic resilience and connectivity; global city design and sustainability; and prioritising learning and work.”

                World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab attended and warned, “We have to strengthen cooperation because we are faced with issues that are of existential importance for humankind.”  Thesis: Cooperation is essential.

                Elon Musk was there and warned that too much cooperation between nations might lead to civilization collapse.  "I know this is called the 'World Government Summit,' but I think we should be a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government," he said.  Antithesis:  Too much cooperation is bad. 

                On the other hand, Musk has been saying for years that some type of Universal Basic Income will be necessary, so he isn’t exactly “David” against Goliath.

                According to Lifesite News, Schwab also said that whoever masters technologies like AI, the metaverse, and synthetic biology will “in some way be the master of the world.” “Artificial Intelligence, but not only Artificial Intelligence, but also the metaverse, new space technologies, and I could go on and on… synthetic biology,” Schwab said. “Our life will in ten years from now will be completely different, very much affected, and who masters those technologies – in some way – will be the master of the world.”

                The goal for artificial intelligence is the ability for machines to operate on their own, with little or no human interaction.  To achieve this, one of the systems of AI is the idea of autonomous patterns or autonomous systems.  An autonomous system is the ability to achieve a goal or interact with its surroundings or accomplish a task with little if any human involvement.  The primary objective is to minimize or eliminate human labor. 

                In Beyond Freedom and Dignity, behaviourist B.F. Skinner argued against the free will and moral autonomy of individuals and in favor of using methods to modify behavior for a happier and better-organized society.  In the future, which is here, Artificial Intelligence will have autonomy, but not humans.




                Last year on CNN, I saw a demonstration of the eVTOL which stands for Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing aircraft.  You just hop into your new flying vehicle, press a button and the computer does the rest.  Not sure if I can see the past in the rear-view mirror.  Don’t even know if flying cars have rear-view mirrors.  I am pulling away now in a vertical ascent. 




“When we invent a new technology, we become cannibals. We eat ourselves alive since these technologies are merely extensions of ourselves. The new environment shaped by electric technology is a cannibalistic one that eats people. To survive one must study the habits of cannibals.”

-  Marshall McLuhan


                Armand Hammer was an American billionaire industrialist and the son of a socialist émigré to the U.S.  During the Soviet era, he made his first voyage to the USSR in 1921, at the age of 23.  He became good pals with Vladimir Lenin and served as the human link between the new socialist state and American business circles.  He later became friends with Mikhail Gorbachev, but sadly Hammer passed away in 1990 so he missed seeing Gorbachev’s successes after his stint as President of the USSR, overseeing the demise of that “experiment.”  Gorby would go on to found Green Cross International and launch the World Political Forum in 1993.  In 1994, Gorbachev formed a partnership with Maurice Strong, the Secretary General of the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, for the purpose of launching a global initiative to create an Earth Charter.   In 1995, he initiated the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. 

                Armie Hammer is an actor, the great-grandson of Armand.  Born in 1986, he was too young to have received training from his famous great-grandfather.  Armie’s acting career has stalled a bit since he was hit with sexual assault and cannibalism allegations.  He has denied any criminal wrongdoing, but said, “I had a very intense and extreme lifestyle.”  I bet he did.

                Still, I don’t think McLuhan was talking about actual cannibals.  Was he?

                Marshall McLuhan was a Canadian communications theorist and philosopher.  McLuhan coined the term global village and predicted the World Wide Web thirty years before its arrival.  Born in 1911, he died in 1980, so he was a contemporary of anthropologist Margaret Mead who was born in 1901 and died in 1978.  Mead was instrumental in the formation of the Macy conferences on cybernetics which convened from 1941 to 1960, along with her cyberneticist husband Gregory Bateson.  But it was probably her fraudulent reports on the attitudes towards sex in South Pacific and Southeast Asian traditional cultures that was her chief cannibalistic contribution.  She was a proponent of broadening sexual conventions within Western cultural traditions and her Blue Lagoon research had a major influence on the 1960’s sexual revolution. 




“What is very little understood about the electronic age is that it angelizes man, disembodies him. Turns him into software.”

-  Marshall McLuhan


                The World Economic Forum ran an article in January entitled “A vision for a Global Collaboration Village,” which bemoaned the fact that the internet had yet to achieve the promise of a global village but the metaverse would change that.  Metaverse technologies allow us to be immersed in virtual three-dimensional worlds that offer people the opportunity to see, understand and imagine our world in a new way.”

                The World Economic Forum gives this example of the positive impact the metaverse will have to drive “global progress.”


                People will be able to “dive in” to an interactive ocean experience that reveals the importance of safeguarding our ocean and challenges us to picture the positive impact we could have through collective action. Instead of telling us how important mangroves are for coastal ecosystems, it invites us to witness and experience the power of restoration and conversation for ourselves – all while engaging with global experts and innovators who are on the physical frontlines of this work.” 

                It’s a more immersive form of brainwashing.




                Global ResearchCentre for Research on Globalization recently ran three articles which cover social engineering and mind control which are worth reading:


MK-ULTRA, the CIA and the counterculture, LSD:


Mind Control and the New World Order. Brainwashing Techniques



The global agenda’s first principle is to create chaos and confusion:


Engineering a Cult of Chaos to Undermine Rational Thinking.



The Tavistock Institute, Event 201 and the pineal gland:


Tavistock Et Al, Black Cars, Torn Jeans and LGBTQ: Social Engineering, Mind Manipulation





                Yesterday I bought a magazine, something I almost never do, but I was unable to resist the cover article on The Atlantic by Megan Garber, “We’re Already Living in the Metaverse | Reality is Blurred. Boredom is Intolerable.  And Everything is Entertainment.”  I didn’t know when I’d have time to actually read the magazine, but today when I stumbled on the latest Klaus Schwab dream to become “master of the world” by mastering the new technologies, I was glad of my impulse buy.


We're Already Living in the Metaverse



                Garber wrote in a section entitled “A Vaster Wasteland,” how social media beckons with a steady stream of entertainment.  Dwell in this environment long enough, and it becomes difficult to process the facts of the world through anything except entertainment.  We’ve become so accustomed to its heightened atmosphere that the plain old real version of things starts to seem dull by comparison.”




                An aside: Garber wrote that she and her “partner” were watching an episode of Gaslit.  It occurred to me that to use the word “partner” shows the cultural cannibalism that we’ve already undergone.  No “husband” or “wife,” “boyfriend” or “girlfriend.”

                A further aside:  In The Power Hour interview, J.D. Moore referred to a guest that he’d just had on the show, Leslye Abbey who had filmed a documentary in 2013 entitled Buffalo Nation: The Children are Crying.  Moore brought up the film about the Lakota Sioux Indians because Alan had been talking about the breakup of the family unit, the confusion around what it meant to be a man or a woman and how all this was leading to the transhuman agenda.

                In Buffalo Nation, Abbey highlighted the deliberate agenda in the late 1800s to separate the Native Americans from their families to completely dissolve their tradition and make them unable to be a family anymore.

                Looking into Abbey, I learned that she named her film company Snowflake Video Productions to capture and preserve “diverse expressions of cultural identity” and that she is a practicing psychotherapist in New York state.  These are her listed focus communities:


    Bisexual Allied

    Gay Allied

    Lesbian Allied

    Non-Binary Allied

    Open Relationships Non-Monogamy

    Queer Allied

    Racial Justice Allied


                Buffalo Nation is described as “saga of displacement, neglect, deprivation, abolishment of traditional beliefs, language, mores and culture.”  I think the story of these Lakota Sioux children who have suffered because of the decimation of their culture is one that should be told, but who now dares to tell the stories of the fallout of the destruction of families because of the decades-long attack on the bond between men and women?  Same-sex, blended, single-parent families: good.  Traditional family unit: bad.




                Garber writes about a recent H&M ad campaign that “promised that the brand would make sure that ‘you are the main character of each day.’”  The author wrote that her “partner booked a hotel room for a weekend trip; the confirmation email vowed that the stay would allow him (she reveals her partner’s gender!) to ‘craft your next story.’”  This is straight out of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, where books are burned, and everyone must watch television and participate interactively in the show.

                The Atlantic is rubbish as all magazines and newspapers are.  Garber mocks people who thought that masks were a useless-against-the-virus-virtue-signaling piece of apparel, while she signals her own virtue as she decries the entertainment saturated social media outlets that would allow Trump or Q-Anon to flourish.  In retrospect, I could’ve saved my cash as the metaverse world that Garber describes is really the world that Alan Watt predicted many years ago: People would reach a point where they were no longer able to distinguish fact from fiction.




                In 2021, filmmakers David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg co-directed a film about Stewart Brand entitled We Are as Gods.  Roger Ebert reviewed the film and wrote that in the opening sequence, “Brand is described by various colleagues and critics as "P.T. Barnum," "Johnny Appleseed," "Zelig," "Da Vinci," "Forrest Gump," and Kilroy. Very few of these are unambiguous compliments. "Zelig" and "Forrest Gump" refer to his ability to be in the right place at the right time—although an argument is made that Brand is actually in the right place right before the right time. He arrives on a burgeoning "scene," looks around, gives it a name, which then coalesces the "scene" into a "movement." He's done this multiple times. Brand went to Stanford to study ecology and evolution, studied with "doomsayer" Paul Ehrlich, and got interested in the tragedies of extinction, particularly more recent extinctions like the American chestnut tree and the passenger pigeon, both of which went extinct in a 30-year period due to deforestation, hunting, destroyed eco-systems, etc.”

                That Brand was “in the right place right before the right time,” makes sense when you consider his educational and military background.  He was placed there to be the Johnny Appleseed of the LSD scene, the P.T. Barnum of early days of the internet.  If you haven’t watched The Net - the Unabomber, LSD and the Internet, I encourage you to do so.  Alan often recommended this documentary, and it is an excellent glimpse of the intersection of some big areas of social engineering and mind control.  The film also explores the history of the counterculture, the creation of the internet and the ideas of Marshall McLuhan.  Lutz conducted extensive interviews with Stewart Brand and John Brockman, an agent whose specialty was turning scientists into stars.  In recent years, Brockman’s association with Jeffrey Epstein has come to light.


The Net - the Unabomber, LSD and the Internet | Lutz Dammbeck [2003]



                For at least the last ten years, Stewart Brand has been promoting the idea of de-extinction, using “ancient DNA” from museum specimens and fossils to bring back extinct species. The Whole Earth Catalog was an American counterculture magazine and catalog published by Brand several times a year between 1968 and 1972, and thereafter on occasion, until 1998. The magazine focused on ecology and self-sufficiency, a “do it yourself” guide to alternative living.  The first edition opened with the following words "We are as gods so we might as well get good at it."




                Alan’s research and analysis is the gift of a shortcut to get above the fray and see that the experts, the scientists, the utopians, the madmen, the masters of the universe, these very evil “gods,” are nothing more than the frontmen for an ancient system, delivering the new reality, which is already here.  Don’t panic!


© Not Sure


Bing’s AI Bot States It Wants To ‘Steal Nuclear Codes’ And Create ‘Deadly Virus’



Klaus Schwab says whoever controls AI, metaverse ‘will be the master of the world’



A vision for a Global Collaboration Village



We're Already Living in the Metaverse



Dubai: Elon Musk addressed World Government Summit



eVTOL: The flying vehicles that may be the future of transportation



Beyond Freedom and Dignity



From Counterculture to Cyberculture



Watch the Virtual Reality Recreation of the LSD Trip That Inspired the Whole Earth Catalog



We Are as Gods - Review of 2021 documentary



We Are As Gods (2021)



We Are As Gods | Official Trailer



The Net - the Unabomber, LSD and the Internet | Lutz Dammbeck [2003]



Mind Control and the New World Order. Brainwashing Techniques



Engineering a Cult of Chaos to Undermine Rational Thinking.



Tavistock Et Al, Black Cars, Torn Jeans and LGBTQ: Social Engineering, Mind Manipulation