Yuval Noah Harari – WE STAND ON THE EDGE OF SILICON LIFE 29July2022

On July 29th, 2022 Yuval Noah Harari posted a video on his Twitter account called WE STAND ON THE EDGE OF SILICON LIFE and proves that he is not human but one of Lucifer’s highest-ranking fallen angels.

This video is the magician’s sorcery siren song for Transhumanism. Just as the Egyptians covered all their surfaces with magical spells called Heiroglyphs, the puny, disgusting excuse for a breather in a host body Harari had thus video made in an attempt to spellcast upon humans too dumbed down by pharmakeia of every form to detect otherwise.

I am in a personal spiritual battle against this enemy of Life. Humans are made in the image of God BY God.

Satan pretends that God also invented inorganic elements: they will be destroyed.

THE ENEMY OPERATES ON FEAR TO PARALIZE YOUR HEART, THE HYPERCOMMUNICATION PORTAL TO YHVH, JESUS CHRIST, AND WHERE THE HOLY SPIRIT IN YOU RESIDES.

ONLY HUMANS WHO PROFESS JESUS CHRIST ARE THE TEMPLE OF GOD.

This site is a resource for the Left Behind to help them preserve their souls. TRUTH IS HERE.
Truth is what is needed, not lies. There is only truth, and that truth is LIGHT ENERGY WHICH IS JESUS CHRIST, THE TRINITY GODHEAD.
Unfortunately, most of mankind has been so poisoned that they cannot receive the Truth at all.

Satan is the Father of Lies, a thief and a murderer, and Harari, Schwab, Fauci, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Soros, Gates, all political and military leaders, the Royal Family, 501c3-accepting churches and religions, corporations and the media will burn forever in the pit with him in approximately seven years!

We see in this video the flawed physiognomies of the genetically altered who have been designed by the AI with its CRISPR software and gene text editing.

As the eyes were meant to see and the ears to hear, the heart is meant to understand, to discern, to give insight.

In the video above, Harari ends attacking the human heart. WHY?

The word HEART occurs over one thousand times in the Bible, making it the most common anthropological term in the Scripture. It denotes a person’s center for both physical and emotional-intellectual-moral activities; sometimes it is used figuratively for any inaccessible thing.
The Heart as Center of Physical Activity. “Heart” denotes to both ancient and modern peoples the beating chest organ protected by the rib cage. Ancient people, however, understood the heart’s physical function differently than moderns. From their viewpoint the heart was the central organ that moved the rest of the body. Ancients ate to strengthen the heart and so revive the body. Abraham offers his weary guests food so that they might “sustain their hearts” and then go on their way ( Gen 18:5 ). Since moderns understand the anatomy differently than the ancients, the English versions gloss the Hebrew to accommodate it to a more scientific viewpoint.
A Figure of Inaccessibility. The hiddenness and inaccessibility of the physical heart give rise to its figurative sense for anything that is remote and inaccessible. The “heart of the seas” ( Jonah 2:3 ) refers to the sea’s fathomless, unapproachable depths and the “heart of the heavens” is its most unreachable height.
The Heart as Center of Hidden Emotional-Intellectual-Moral Activity. “Man looks at the outward appearance, ” says Samuel, “but the lord looks at the heart” ( 1 Sam 16:7 ). The king’s heart is unsearchable to humankind ( Prov 25:3 ), but the Lord searches all hearts to reward all according to their conduct ( Jer 17:10 ). In the time of judgment God will expose the hidden counsels of the heart ( 1 Cor 4:5 ).
Jesus says that the heart’s secrets are betrayed by the mouth, even as a tree’s fruit discloses its nature ( Matt 12:33-34 ). “A wise man’s heart guides his mouth, ” says Solomon ( Prov 16:23 ). Most important, the mouth confesses what the heart trusts ( Rom 10:9 ; cf. Deut 30:14 ).
Moderns connect some of the heart’s emotional-intellectual-moral functions with the brain and glands, but its functions are not precisely equivalent for three reasons.
Reason #1: moderns do not normally associate the brain/mind with both rational and nonrational activities, yet the ancients did not divorce them ( Psalm 20:4 ).
Reason #2, the heart’s reasoning, as well as its feeling, depends on its moral condition. Jesus said that “from within, out of men’s hearts, come evil thoughts” ( Mark 7:21 ). Because the human heart is deceitful above all things ( Jer 17:9 ) and folly is found up in the heart of a child ( Prov 22:15 ), the Spirit of God must give humans a new heart ( Jer 31:33 ; Ezek 36:26 ) through faith that purifies it ( Acts 15:9 ; cf. Eph 3:17 ).
Reason #3:, moderns distinguish between the brain’s thoughts and a person’s actions, but the distinction between thought and action is inappropriate for heart. “The word is very near you, ” says Moses to a regenerated Israel, “in your mouth and in your heart” ( Deut 30:14 ).
The Heart’s Emotional Functions. The Lord, who knows our hearts ( Luke 16:15 ), experiences its full range of emotions: for example, its joy ( Deut 28:47 ; 1 Sam 2:1 ; Prov 15:15 ) and its sorrow ( 1 Sam 1:8 ); its raging ( 2 Kings 6:11 ) and its peace ( Col 3:15 ); its feeling troubled ( John 14:1 ) and its rejoicing ( 1 Sam 2:1 ; Psalm 104:15 ); its love ( Rom 5:5 ; 1 Peter 1:22 ) and its selfish ambition ( James 3:14 ); its modes of doubts ( Mark 11:23 ) and of fear ( Gen 42:28 ) and its mode of trusting ( Prov 3:5 ); when it rises up in repulsive pride ( Deut 8:14 ) or, as in the case of Jesus, is lowly and humble ( Matt 11:29 ); and when one loses heart ( Heb 12:3 ) or takes heart ( John 16:33 ).
The emotional state of the heart affects the rest of a person: “A happy heart makes the face cheerful, but heartache crushes the spirit” ( Prov 15:13 ); “a cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones” ( 17:22 ).
The heart also wishes, desires. The father warns his son against coveting the adulteress’s beauty ( Prov 6:25 ) and against envying sinners in his heart ( Prov 23:17 ). Above all else the heart of a saint seeks God ( Psalms 119:2 Psalms 119:10 ). Believers set it on things above ( Col 3:1 ). This is effected, says Jesus, by putting your treasures in heaven, for “where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” ( Matt 6:21 ). If we look for God with all our heart, Moses promises we will find him ( Deut 4:28-29 ).
The Heart’s Intellectual-Spiritual Functions. The heart thinks ( Matt 9:4 ; Mark 2:8 ), remembers, reflects, and meditates ( Psalm 77:5-6 ; Luke 2:19 ). Solomon’s comprehensive knowledge of flora and fauna is described as his breadth of heart ( 1 Kings 4:29 ).
More specifically, as the eyes were meant to see and the ears to hear, the heart is meant to understand, to discern, to give insight. The Alexandrian Jewish scribes translated into Greek about 200 b.c. the Hebrew text of Proverbs 2:10, “wisdom will enter your heart” by “wisdom will come into your understanding (dianoian [diavnoia])” because to them it meant the same thing. When a person lacks insight the Hebrew speaks of a “lack of heart.”
Understanding cannot be separated from morals. Isaiah was commissioned: “Make the heart of this people calloused; otherwise they might understand with their hearts” ( Isa 6:10 ). Pharaoh hardened his heart lest he hear Moses and gain insight about the Lord ( Exod 8:15 ), and the Lord hardened it irrevocably ( 7:13 ; 9:12 ). Paul says of the perverse, their foolish hearts were darkened ( Rom 1:21 ); they could not see the light of moral truth. The hearts of saints, however, are enlightened ( 2 Col 4:6 ; Eph 1:18 ).
Moderns speak of learning by heart, by which they mean rote memory. In the Bible, however, learning by heart is not like memorizing the multiplication tables; it must be mixed with spiritual affections. The Lord complains of apostate Israel that their worship “is made up only of rules taught by men” but “their hearts are far from me” ( Isa 29:13 ).
As the mouth reveals what is the heart, the ear determines what goes into it. The father tells his son to “store up my commands within you”; he then adds: by “turning your ear to wisdom, and you will incline your heart to understanding” ( Prov 2:2 ). When Moses says, “these commandments are to be upon your hearts” ( Deut 6:6 ), he commands his hearers to remain conscious of them. This idea is expressed by the metaphor of writing on the tablet of the heart ( Prov 3:3 ; Jer 17:1 ). In short, the heart needs to be educated by filling it with God’s word ( Prov 22:17-18 ). In that way a person will grow in favor and good name ( 3:3-4 ) and be safeguarded against sin ( Psalm 119:11 ).
The heart functions as the conscience. After David showed insubordination against the anointed king by cutting off the corner of his robe, his heart smote him ( 1 Sam 24:5 ), and after Peter’s sermon the audience was “cut to the heart” ( Acts 2:37 ). The heart may condemn us, but God is greater than our hearts ( 1 John 3:20 ). David prays that God would create for him a pure heart to replace his defiled conscience ( Psalm 51:10 ).
Finally, the heart plans, makes commitments, and decides. It is the inner forum where decisions are made after deliberation; here a person engages in self-talk. “In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps” ( Prov 16:9 ). Because of this critical function, the father instructs the son: “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life ( 4:23 ). The Lord detests “a heart that devises wicked schemes” ( 6:18 ).
The greatest commandment according to Jesus is “Love the Lord your God with all your heart” ( Matt 22:37 ). Love here is more than emotion; it is a conscious commitment to the Lord.
One speaks to the heart of another to move that person to a decision ( Isa 40:2 ; Hosea 2:14 ). The father asks the son for his heart ( Prov 23:26 ), by which he means that the son make a conscious decision to follow his instructions. The impenitent, however, have hearts that are insensitive, obstinate ( Mark 3:5 ; 6:52 ), and hard ( Matt 19:8 ); they cannot be moved in a new direction.
Bruce K. Waltke

Transhumanism achieved renders Post-humans heartless.
Understanding cannot be separated from morals.
The heart functions as the conscience.

“The neglected heart will soon be a heart overrun with worldly thoughts; the neglected life will soon become a moral chaos.” A.W. Tozer

 

HARARI AGENDA TO KILL THE HEART collage

OUR HEART IS WHAT REFINES OUR SOULS WITHIN OUR DNA WHICH SINGS TO GOD. Download the PDF below.

Rein Laskow PDF: The Effects of Conscious Intention On DNA (click to download, will open in a new window)

If you need further proof, please read:

THE BODY KILLS THE SOUL

URL: https://eatingtoascend.com/2019/09/09/the-body-kills-the-soul/

“May God so fill us today with the heart of Christ that we may glow with the divine fire of holy desire.” A.B. Simpson

Door of My Heart

Jesus told us he was the door (John 10:7).

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