The rapid rise of the Globalist agenda that’s bent on forming Satan’s prophesied one-world government is called “The Great Reset.” In these efforts, Satan has been using today’s technologies to unite the world under his new culture and ethos. In the first segment, we began by analyzing how drastically this modern-day tech culture is negatively affecting our vulnerable youth. Then we identified Satan’s five-step strategy in bringing about his one-world government. Now we will begin to examine the technological means by which Satan progresses his insidious agenda.
The Technological Means
We have identified Satan’s end goal — the usurping of God’s rule over the entire Earth and the theft of mankind’s worship that had been meant for God alone. And, we have learned what Satan’s five-part strategy entails, ending with a new world order controlled by a global government and forced religion.
Now we will step back and look at the means by which our Enemy will implement his new world order, a means he has so long desired — the building of another proverbial Tower of Babel. This great unifier which has taken centuries to build and which in our day has at last been achieved, which wields the awesome power on one hand to corrupt a society while on the other hand redefining and reuniting it, which deconstructs the mind of man yet transforms them into living by a brave new ethos — Satan’s means is technology.
I contend that in order to subjugate a people on a worldwide basis, to take captive and then bound them to the spirit of the Antichrist who wants to enslave all of humanity under the coming regime of the First Beast of Revelation 13, can only be achieved by the implementation of certain key technologies. These key technologies when combined, quite specifically, form one simple device. This pinnacle of technology will culminate into the ultimate mind-altering mechanism, which is even right now being used to capture the minds and hearts of mankind, particularly the youth, to benefit Satan’s nefarious work in the high places he occupies in order to create the minions of the Antichrist spirit. That ultimate all-encompassing mind-altering device, you guessed it, is the smartphone.
To gain an understanding as to why the smartphone has become Satan’s preeminent device towards achieving his long-desired new world order, we have to explore the underlying technologies which make the smartphone possible. The smartphone as a technology does not stand alone, but rather it exists like a spider at the center of a web of many other technologies. The smartphone is not just one technology, but the culmination of many, many technologies all layered and integrated much like the many cells, organs, and systems that make up the human body.
We will now explore six vital categories of technologies that comprise the smartphone and, therefore, make Satan’s globalization strategy possible. Bear in mind that the identifying and explanation of each of these technologies would constitute their own books. Therefore, I can only provide a cursory description of each category while expounding on those that provide key technological components that specifically aid in the creation of Satan’s new world order.
And, before you label me a Luddite, or even worse a conspiracy theorist, please bear in mind I own a smartphone. You do, too, right? It’s likely in your pocket or at least an arm’s length away. As I stated earlier, technology can be used for good or evil, it just depends on the one who wields it. Smartphones are merely technology, but a device Satan so masterfully knows how to utilize in order to manipulate the masses towards his diabolical ends.
The first two categories of underlying technologies — electrical power and computers — which are essential to making the smartphone possible could be classified as infrastructure. These two technologies provide the basic, underlying framework and features for the overall system. You will recognize these as foundational to all of our modern-day devices, and without which, we would be propelled as if by steam locomotive back into the Industrial Age.
Category 1: Electrical Power
Ever since Benjamin Franklin attempted to catch a lightning bolt with a kite and a key, mankind has known that advancing society would require the harnessing of electricity. After all, who can imagine today’s technology without electricity? You can only power so much with windmills and water wheels and coal fires.
In 1831, Michael Faraday created the very first viable electric dynamo, leading American inventor Thomas Edison and British scientist Joseph Swan to develop the direct-current system (DC), which in September 1882, provided the power to illuminate the first New York electric street lamps. This soon led to Serbian-American electrical wizard Nikola Tesla to work with alternating current (AC) and AC-powered motors. George Westinghouse purchased and developed Tesla’s patented AC motor, propelling first American society and then the world into a future powered across interconnected electrical grids by AC.
Staying plugged into an electrical socket isn’t always convenient, though. Electricity needed to be stored and made mobile. In 1800, Italian physicist Alessandro Volta first discovered that particular chemical reactions could produce electricity, and so constructed an early electric battery called the voltaic pile. Today’s inventors, such as Elon Musk, have continued to perfect the battery, even producing and manufacturing one as large as the $13,000 Powerwall which can power an entire house for seven continuous days before needing to be recharged by AC or solar tiles.9 Whether your device is powered by disposable AAA, AA, D, or 9-volt batteries, or a rechargeable lithium-poly ion battery, portable electricity allows for technology on the go.
Category 2: Computers
Mankind, much like our technology, continually seeks upgrading. To aid our brain’s computational capability, the first computer — the abacus — was created to help perform basic arithmetic operations.
The harnessing of electricity led to the development of vastly more powerful computers that perform electronically and process a far greater number of calculations in far less time. By the 1940s-1950s, the first general-purpose electronic computer called ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) utilized thousands of vacuum tubes, crystal diodes, relays, resistors, capacitors, plugboards, and switches and took up 167 square meters, weighed 27 tons, and consumed 150 kilowatts of power.10 With the invention of the transistor replacing the vacuum tube, computers began to shrink in size. And, the invention of the integrated circuits (ICs), also known as the microchip, led to a much more manageable mainframe and then personal computers. Created in the 1970s, the first single-chip CPU, or microprocessor, was the Intel 4004. The micro-computer was born!
The last few decades have seen computers move at almost light speed away from blinking lights and punch cards to graphical user interfaces (GUI) complete with monitors, keyboards, mice, and touch screens by which to more easily operate them. Incomprehensible binary machine code made up of ones and zeros has been augmented by coding languages such as Fortran, COBOL (Common Business-Oriented Language), BASIC, MS-DOS (Microsoft Disk Operating System), C++, Java, and Perl which has allowed for armies of programmers to create billions of lines of computer software — the DNA of computers. Software has made possible graphics-based operating systems such as Windows and Mac OS and OSX, evolving computers to become much more user-friendly and, therefore, more desirable to the general public. Ever-increasing, near-limitless terabytes of data can now be stored on servers in server farms, otherwise known as the Cloud.
Computers have also become smaller and lighter, resulting in laptops, PDAs, cell phones, and tablets. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, the co-founders of Apple, made smart devices all the rage, and now people wear their computers on their bodies in the form of smartphones and watches and other mp3-playing devices. As computers have become easier to use and cheaper to buy, billions of people have scrambled to purchase electronic devices, filling their houses and their lives with portable technology. Statista reports that as of 2020 the average person owns 6.58 computer devices, adding up to nearly 50 billion devices operating worldwide.11
Computer processing speeds also continue to accelerate, doubling every 18 months. Known as Moore’s Law, this is just one manifestation of the greater trend in how all technological change happens to be occurring at an exponential rate. By 2023, computers are expected to possess the processing speed equivalent to the human brain. By 2045, in a mere quarter of a century, Moore’s Law predicts we will possess computers with the computational ability equivalent to the entire human race!
Computer scientists are looking even past those goals, pursuing artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing and robotics at a frantic pace. They foresee a time in the not too distant future when computer advancement will reach what they call the Singularity, that “moment when a civilization changes so much that its rules and technologies are incomprehensible to previous generations… a point-of-no-return in history.”12 Science fiction writer Vernor Vinge, who popularized the idea of the Singularity in his 1993 essay “Technological Singularity,” wrote: “We are on the edge of change comparable to the rise of human life on Earth, the precise cause of this change is the imminent creation by technology of entities with greater than human intelligence.”13 In other words, mankind has been attempting to create artificial life.
The rise of computer hardware and software companies such as Xerox, IBM, Toshiba, Apple, HP, Fujitsu, and Microsoft have grown into international behemoths. These Fortune 500 mega-companies wield enormous influence over the world’s economic, cultural and political realms. Tech companies control the future of the human race.
In the fifth segment of this series about the Great Reset, we will continue to examine the technological means by which Satan progresses his insidious agenda, specifically the technologies that involve communications and ecommerce.
9. “Meet Powerwall, Your Home Battery” (accessed May 2020), https://www.tesla.com/powerwall.
10. “History of The Computers” (accessed May 2020), http://www.historyofcomputer.org/.
11. “Number of network connected devices per person around the world from 2003 to 2020,” Statista, (November 30, 2016), https://www.statista.com/statistics/678739/forecast-on-connected-devices-per-person/.
12. Annalee Newitz, “What Is The Singularity And Will You Live To See It?,” Gizmodo, (May 10, 2010), https://io9.gizmodo.com/what-is-the-singularity-and-will-you-live-to-see-it-5534848.