I posted and published this same paper at the end of March. For some reason, it disappeared. So here I am, posting it again.
“To his horror, an artificial-intelligence program started spontaneously.” (2000)
“The minister said he probed one such case, actually logging onto the parishioner’s computer himself. To his horror, an artificial-intelligence program started spontaneously. “The program began talking directly to me, openly mocked me,” he recalls. “It typed out, ‘Preacher, you are a weakling and your God is a damn liar.'” Then the device went haywire and started printing out what looked like gobbledygook. “I later had an expert in dead languages examine the text,” the minister said. “It turned out to be a stream of obscenities written in a 2,800-year-old Mesopotamian dialect!” The minister estimates that one in ten computers in America now hosts some type of evil spirit.” (https://www.theregister.co.uk/2000/03/10/us_preacher_finds_demonpossessed_pcs/)
Now first off let me say that this is satire, kinda like the Babylon Bee or The Onion. With that said, I have been saying this for so long. Demons are literally in anything electronic or anything that has to do with energy. This article from Weekly World News came out in 2000 and is more relevant now than it was then (whether it was intended to funny or not). With the rise of AI and household items, electronics, and almost everything we use everyday, we should pay close attention to this theory whether it was originally based on satire or not. And I actually have searched for this guy’s book before, but I cannot find it anywhere (because it is fake and he doesn’t exist). So I do know and understand that this was originally satire but I’ve always thought that electronics was a good conduit for computers and electronics in general. You saw it in movies and now you see it with the rise of AI.
Kabbalists believe a demon or fallen Angel can possess a teraphim or idol so its actually a little more believable that entities would attach themselves to anything that requires electricity. Remember Annabelle the raggidy Ann (https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1344744455635103&id=519754571467433)? Remember when these paramormal “ghost” chasers try to be real life Ghostbusters and they use electronics to find them? What about every scary movie you’ve watched with “ghosts” and the lights always flicker? Wray about bots online (https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1353078051468410&id=519754571467433)? Or what about putting a dead persons consciousness in a Arobot (https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1465096273599920&id=519754571467433)? Think about the movie Poltergeist for a second…Remember the t.v.? What about Maximum Overdrive (https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1437975872978627&id=519754571467433)? Oh it’s just another stupid movie….I forgot.
Anyhow, the original story was fake in my opinion and you can obviously see it is a satirical paper that feeds you half truths (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weekly_World_News). I think the question now is why this story got released again and right now? As far fetched and ridiculous this story was in 2000 when it was published, there is more truth to it than some want to believe. And I’m not the only person who thinks this is all plausible. Truth is definetly stranger than fiction and the bots will push a story like this AGAIN just so you can think its all too ridiculous. Just ask Alexa.
“On numerous occasions I have wondered if my computer was demon possessed. After all, how many times can you crash, reboot, and reconfigure the hard drive? Well here is an article about a book called, “The Devil in the Machine: Is Your Computer Possessed by a Demon?” According to the author, Reverend Jim Peasboro of Georgia, computers have the processor capacity to hold an evil spirit. While I would read the article with discernment, whether you buy into Peasboro’s concept or not, give it some thought; at present I am researching just that very thing. Think about the CERN device in Europe. Is it possible that scientists operating the CERN accelerator may breach the dimensional veil and make contact with powerful spiritual beings? From a few reports they may have already done just that. I do know that scientists and Remote Viewers at SRI years ago did that and some of the scientists became spiritually oppressed and harassed with spiritual entities manifesting in the lab. A few of them came close to having a nervous breakdown, and had to end the occult experiments. So, with that said, for what it is worth here is the article. And when you’re done reading I hope your computer doesn’t start speaking in ancient Sumerian!
“The belief in evil supernatural beings that attack us is very old. The Christian Bible refers to stories of Jesus casting out demons. The Talmud states that not only do demons exist, but they are counted: there are supposedly 7,405,926 demons in existence. Ancient occultists seem to have come to a slightly different conclusion, since they counted 7,250,000, with an elaborate court of higher-ranking demonic authorities. The reason for this discrepancy between both counts is unknown. Perhaps the writers of the Talmud counted some of them twice — you know these demons, always on the run. Other accounts give similar numbers. Modern Lutherans disagree with these prior estimations and have counted more than 2.6 trillion devils, although one wonders how long it took.” (http://www.liberator.net/articles/TremblayFrancois/digital.html)
Here is the modern version of this 2000 article in its entirety: http://webnewsorder.com/2017/the-devil-in-the-machine-is-your-computer-possessed-by-a-demon/
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