The planned path to complete control of our brains?
Efforts are in full swing worldwide to install wireless interfaces in the human brain: so-called communication tools, between brain and computer. One of the fastest emerging methods for this is optogenetics. There are now more than 1,000 laboratories worldwide, including those of government organizations, working on various optogenetic methods.
So what is optogenetics?
Optogenetics is a combination of genetic and optical methods to induce events in target cells, tissues or complex organisms using LED light.
Optogenetics is already used worldwide for a wide variety of purposes, such as for biomedical applications and the treatment of neuronal diseases.
One advantage of optogenetics is that it potentially requires no surgical intervention, only a gene-manipulating injection. In this process, certain light-sensitive proteins are packaged in a virus and via injection transmitted to the intended site in the brain, where it infects various cells. These light-sensitive proteins can then be used to specifically excite or even shut down individual neuronal networks using LED light.
In other words, LED light can be used to erase and overwrite memories and to quickly and precisely control and influence brain and muscle cells – and thus feelings, thoughts, body movements and behaviors.
Accordingly, optogenetics requires only LED light that irradiates neurons in the brain. The irradiation takes place, for example, through the brain cover or through nano-LEDs implanted in the body.
Parallel to the optogenetics research, an LED Forum is held every year, where personalities from the international lighting industry meet. Topics at this forum are, for example, the use of micro-LEDs, which are important to improve the light output for optogenetics. Or the Internet of Things and the goal of building a sensor into every LED lamp to provide digital data transmission via LED light. Interestingly, speakers at the LED Forum include people very close to both the World Economic Forum WEF and the Club of Rome. In 2019, for example, Andreas Huber, the current managing director of the Club of Rome Germany, gave a talk.
The Club of Rome is considered the largest think tank of the elite for a New World Order, which sees the solution to global problems in a drastic population reduction. It was this club that supported the founding of Klaus Schwab’s WEF. The WEF, in turn, is pushing a New World Order with its planned “Great Reset.”
According to this, the WEF sees optogenetics as one of the most important technologies. On their homepage, we find this quote:
“Our brains are made up of billions of cells called neurons, and these neurons communicate with each other through neural circuits. Optogenetics allows us, for the first time ever, to manipulate the messages these neurons send to each other. The technique could potentially be used to manipulate memories, emotions and thoughts…”
With senior politicians from the European Commission, such as Ursula von der Leyen, on friendly terms with the WEF, it is no surprise that the European Commission is also raving about optogenetics:
“Although we may not realize it, neurons are central to our ability to understand and interact with our environment. Thanks to optogenetics, these cells can now be controlled by light with high precision.”
It was also the EU Commission that introduced the controversial ban on incandescent light-bulbs in 2009, making seamless LED use possible in the first place.
Dear viewers, it is extremely alarming that circles like the Club of Rome or the WEF are raving about technologies like optogenetics. These are groups of people who see population reduction or the “Great Reset” as the solution to world problems. A “Great Reset” with the goal that, according to the WEF, by 2030 we will own nothing and still be happy.
Possibly happy through applied manipulative optogenetics?