It’s in The Blood – Part 8 of 11 – Genetic Engineering/Who Wants Super Powers?


Genetic engineering is defined as the direct manipulation of an organism’s genes including heritable and nonheritable recombinant DNA constructs.

Who Wants Super Powers?

Original Post: 7/10/16; Updated 12/7/18; Restored 8/20/22

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TAGS: Comics, Superheros, Human Enhancements, DARPA, Transhuman, Mutant, DNA

I am certain that all through history, from the very beginning, there have been tales of men and women of great strength and amazing ability. With the invention of television and movies, these stories have been brought to life, with modern day heroes wielding more than amazing superpowers. We have been conditioned to fantasize about what it might be like if we had superpowers… and just what superpower we might desire.

In my preparation for this article, I decided to find out what/who was the first comic book superhero. I found the answers very revealing. These two candidates were vying for the honor. One was a newspaper comic character and one was a comic book character. They were both created within a year of each other.

Time Magazine
75 Years of the First Comic Book Superhero (It’s Not Who You Think)
By Douglas Wolk  / July 05, 2010

With all the hullabaloo about Superman and Wonder Woman in the last few weeks, it’s worth remembering that the longest-surviving superhero indigenous to a comic book appeared 75 years ago this summer. New Fun was the first comic book series to consist entirely of original material. Its sixth issue, cover-dated October 1935 and published a couple of months earlier, featured the likes of “Buckskin Jim,” “Dewey and the Pirates” and “Sandra of the Secret Service” (the last of whom later appeared in a multi-part storyline called, no kidding, “The Resbian Affair”). It also included the first two published comic book stories by Superman’s creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

“Henri Duval of France, Famed Soldier of Fortune” only stuck around for a few months, but “Doctor Occult, the Ghost Detective”–credited to “Leger and Reuths,” partial anagrams of Siegel and Shuster’s names–had staying power. (And supernatural powers, which arguably makes him the first super-powered character who debuted in a comic book.) The “Doctor Occult” feature continued to appear in the retitled More Fun Comics through #33, cover-dated June 1938, by which point Siegel and Shuster had bigger fish to fry.

He vanished for a while after that, before reappearing in 1985’s All-Star Squadron #49, and has turned up intermittently ever since, even getting his own one-shot in 1994. More recently, he appeared as the backup feature in Reign In Hell. He seems to have been rocking the same trench coat for 75 years, with the exception of a brief, regrettable period when he wore a red cape and blue briefs. Perhaps it’s about time he got a costume redesign, too.spacer

The first superhero? – 

posted by Jason Kottke   Oct 18, 2005

Out of a recent conversation popped this interesting question: who was the first superhero? After a short discussion and a few guesses (Superman, Batman, etc), it was agreed that this might be the most perfect question to ask the internet in the long history of questions.

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The earliest superhero I could find reference to was Mandrake the Magician, who debuted in 1934, four years before Superman, who was probably the first popular superhero. Mandrake’s super power was his ability to “make people believe anything, simply by gesturing hypnotically”. Does anyone out there know of any superheroes who made an earlier media appearance?

There’s a related question that has some bearing on the answer to the above question: what is a superhero? There have probably been books (or at least extensive Usenet threads) written on this topic, but a good baseline definition needs to acknowledge both the “super” and the “hero” parts. That is, the person needs to have some superhuman power or powers and has to fight the bad guys. But this basic definition is flawed. Superman is an alien, not human. Batman doesn’t have any super powers…he’s a self-made superhero like Syndrome in The Incredibles. Or can a superhero be anyone (human or no) that fights bad guys and is superior to normal heroes…the cream of the hero crop? And what about a costume or alter ego…are they essential for superheroism? These are all questions well-suited for asking the internet, so have at it: what’s a good definition for a superhero?

And there’s (at least) one more angle to this as well…where did the idea of the superhero come from? As Meg suggested to me at dinner last night, was there a cultural need for a superhero during a super-crisis like the Great Depression? Or did the idea evolve gradually from regular heros (cowboys, space cowboys, etc.) to heros who were magicians (with special powers…it’s not that much of a stretch to imagine a magician possessing supernatural powers) to classic superheroes like Superman?

Doctor Occult, the Ghost Detective – credited by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (died at 78)

Siegel & Shuster (S&M erotic horror books ‘Nights of Horror‘)are important figures in the development and creation of costumed comic heroes. Creators of the most famous of these mythical beings, the immortal Superman, which propelled the superhero into the public consciousness, giving birth to the Golden Age of Comics. The first story, “The Reign of the Superman,” was about a man with superhuman powers who proceeds to conquer all of humanity.
Mandrake the Magician -Created by: ‎Lee Falk (died at 87)
Falk served in the Department of Secret Intelligence, a branch of the Office of War Information, during the Second World War, and later began to write and produce for the theatre and produced some 300 plays, including Bell Book and Candle.  More here:  Obituary: Lee Falk (contains lots of great stuff on the character Mandrake) 
Did you catch what I caught? These were both occultic characters. Does that give you a clue? All I can say is what God told me, the only thing that matters is the root. When you find the root of a thing then you have found the truth. Everything else is a cover up and a lie. So, we can assume that every Super Hero story going forward is based on Occult Magic, whether openly or secretly.

Our lives are full of characters, stories, and references to superpowers. The word ‘Super’, much like the word ‘Magic’ has become synonymous with all that is good. Oh that is SUPER, it’s a SuperStore/Market, there is a SuperCell, you can attend the SuperBowl, he is a SuperDad or she is a SuperMom, we love a great SuperSpy, do you want to ‘SuperSize it?’ Conditioning. Check it out for yourself, see what you find. Superpowers are all the rage today.

Nights of Horror is an American series of fetish comic books, created in 1954 by publisher Malcla, drawn by comic artist Joe Shuster, who is also one of the original creators of Superman. The comic stories were written by an author under the pseudonym Clancy, who also used other pseudonyms for different issues of the books. The stories are based on situations of BDSMbondagetorture, and sexual slavery, featuring both men and women as the tormentors and victims. The series was important in the conviction of Jack Koslow in 1954, during the trial of the Brooklyn Thrill Killers. The books themselves were seized and banned first by New York City, then by the State of New York for violating obscenity laws, and the case went to the Supreme Court of the United States. The Court determined that the ban was not in violation of First Amendment Rights, and upheld New York’s request for destroying copies of Nights of Horror. Shuster was never named as the illustrator until Gerard Jones published the information in 2004.[1]    Source: Wikipedia

Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman's Co-Creator Joe Shuster

Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman’s Co-Creator Joe Shuster

by Craig Yoe,

Stan Lee (Introduction)Joe Shuster

Evil mobsters…panting sado-masochistshorse-whipped girlspervy pornographers…blue-nosed censors…a rabid shrink…a pious minister…a slimy publisher…good cops & bad cops…sexy showgirls…a poetry-spouting, songwriting defense lawyer…neo-Nazi, Jewish, juvenile delinquents known as the Brooklyn Thrill Killers…and the artist who created Superman.

SO, we see that comic books are rooted in the dark side, in magick, in sexual perversion, and in promotion of EGO.  IF you read enough of my articles, you know that the ROOT of anything is the only thing that matters.  Everything else is a cover up.

$3 billion super soldier program: 10 times muscle endurance, 7 foot vertical leap, wall crawling, personal flight and more


The drugs and genetic enhancements and some technology which gets applied would allow for regeneration, faster healing, muscle strength enhancement up to current olympic levels, endurance of an Alaskan sled dog, cognitive enhancement, operate without sleep for many days without performance degradation, the metabolic energy of twenty year old for a forty or fifty year old and immunity to pain.

The Metabolically Dominant Soldier program is managed by Joe Bielitzki. He is talking about fixing your cells so that you could live off your fat. Bielitzki acknowledges the potential for spin-off technologies. “Forty billion dollars a year goes into the weight loss industry in this country,” he muses. “This will change it.”

Regeneration, better healing, better immune systems would all revolutionize healthcare costs and healthcare effectiveness.So trillions in economic benefit as a side effect of supersoldier success. DARPAis also trying to enhance cognition, training and giving the energy levels of youth to the elderly. Those could provide multi-billion or even trillion dollar per yearboosts to the US and world economy.

Projects in the pipeline range from drugs that will boost muscles and energy by a factor of 10, akin to steroids…on steroids (the project is jokingly termed the “Energizer Bunny in Fatigues”) to wearable, cooling gloves that regulate body temperatureand prevent soldiers from getting overheated (and thus tired) even on the hottest desert day. [Keeping the body cool increases endurance]  (Which could also be used to heat the body to fever pitch or to spontaneous combustion.)

This program is going well beyond some current relatively safe and conservative forms of performance enhancement. [Safer SARM/steroids, endurance enhancing drink]

A major focus is on helping the soldier’s body to better deal with trauma and damage. One such is the “pain vaccines” coming out of a program at Rinat Neuroscience [Pfizer acquired Rinat Neuroscience in 2006]. Researchers are hopeful these will block the sense of pain for almost a month,” describes DARPA’s Michael Goldblatt.

The substance does is block intense pain in less than 10 seconds. Its effects last for 30 days. It doesn’t stifle your reactions. If you touch a hot stove, you still have the initial shock; your hand will still automatically jerk away. But after that, the torment is gone. The product works on the inflammatory response that is responsible for the majority of subacute pain. If you get shot, you feel the bullet, but after that, the inflammation and swelling that trigger agony are substantially reduced. The company has already hit its first milestones in animal testing and is preparing reports for scientific conferences.  (People just don’t understand that PAIN is a GIFT from GOD.  Pain is what signals the brain that somewhere in your body you need help.  It tells your brain where to send the healing cells of your natural immune system. Without those vital messages, your healing can be greatly delayed or hindered/impaired.  DARPA doesn’t care, as long as you keep fighting/laboring for them without interruption. Time is Money.)

Army Soldier enhancement systems

The plan is for new body armor that, instead of Kevlar, is filled with nano-materials that are connected to a computer. [Computer controlled liquid armor] It would normally be as flexible as regular uniform made of fabric. But, like how a crash-bag works inside a car, it would activate whenever the system detects a bullet strike and turn as hard as steel in an instant.

Gloves could turn into real-life brass knuckles.

The fabric could even be woven in with “nanomuscle fibers”that simulate real muscles, giving soldiers more an estimated 25 to 35 percent better lifting capability. So myostatin strength boost to get to olympic athlete strength levels and then 25-35% boost from a soft suit. Use better exoskeletons for more strength enhancement.

From deflecting bullets to powers of invisibility, as military analyst Max Boot writes, such a suit truly “would give ordinary mortals many of the attributes of comic book superheroes.

Our wimpy little Achilles tendons allow the average human to run somewhere between 6 to 8 miles an hour and, unless your name is LeBron James, leap only a few feet in the air. New “bionic boots” and “spring walkers” in development are hoped to solve this. These attach outside the leg and mechanically mimic the enlarged Achilles tendon of a kangaroo, one day perhaps giving the wearer the ability to run as fast as 25 miles per hour and leap 7 feet.

The “Z-Man project.” Creating gecko inspired gloves and boots for wall crawling.

Exoskeleton flying vehicle with a maximum speed of maximum Speed 113 mph, range of 184 miles and endurance of endurance 2.2+ hours.

The Mesoscopic Integrated Conformal Electronics (MICE)program has already succeededin printing electronic circuits on the frames of eyeglasses and helmets, weaving them into clothes, even putting them on insects. These include electronics, antennas, fuel cells, batteries and solar cells.

The Biological Input/Output Systems program is designed to enable plants, microbes and small animals to serve as “remote sentinels for reporting the presence of chemical or biological” particles. They’d do this by changing color, lighting up fluorescently, dropping their leaves or changing the color of their flowers.

The Brain-Machine Interface program is investigating how you would put wireless modems into people’s skulls.

And that’s just the Defense Sciences Office, the department of DARPA most directly involved with human enhancement. Meanwhile, on the floor where the Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO) resides, its director, Ron Brachman, former research vice president at AT&T Labs and previously at Bell Labs, and president of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, wants to complete DARPA’s vision from the sixties. When the original IPTO was created in 1962, its director, J.C.R. Licklider, focused the office on his novel conception of computers and humans working in symbiosis. That idea resulted in the Internet. Now the new IPTO “wants to realize this vision by giving computing systems unprecedented abilities to reason, to learn, to explain, to accept advice, and to reflect, in order to finally create systems able to cope robustly with unforeseen circumstances,” according to Brachman. The object of the game is to produce machines—and the italics are his—“that truly know what they’re doing.

A project is regarded as “DARPA-esque” only if few others would tackle it, but it would be earth-jolting if it did work. DARPA’s attitude is if an idea looks like a sure thing, let somebody else fund it. The “special focus area” is for really extreme projects.


Have you watched the latest installment of Spiderman on the silver screen? Well, there really isn’t anything not to like about this Spiderman, and I am quite sure that some of us have thought of gaining some sort of superpowers from time to time. Climbing up buildings with ease is definitely worth anyone’s time, and DARPA’s Z-Man program does its fair share into transforming an ordinary human being into a human gecko, so to speak.

The Z-Man project involves polymer microstructure technology that allowed a 218-pound climber to actually ascend and descend 25 feet of glass, all the while toting an extra 50-pound load in one trial, accomplishing all of this without having to make use of any climbing equipment at all, apart from a pair of hand-held, gecko-inspired paddles.

DARPA’s Z-Man program offers maximum safety and flexibility in order for those who are in tight situations to maneuver around, with the program’s main goal being to develop biologically inspired climbing aids so that those who are on the battlefield, carrying a full combat load, are still able to scale vertical walls that are made from typical building materials. Being able to do so with ease would definitely bring up any army’s tactical ability by more than a notch. [Press Release]


DARPA Continues Human Experiments to Create Military Super Soldiers

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has a $2 billion yearly budget for research into creating a super solider as well as developing a synthetic police force. Working with the human genome, DARPA hopes to manipulate certain gene expressions. In experimentation, DARPA and the military industrial pharmaceutical complex are using natural abilities that are enhanced through genetic engineering.  (Note all this was already going on before 2012…when this article was published.)

Some of the medical feats DARPA would like to enhance are the ability of military soldiers to regrow limbs destroyed in battle.

By eliminating empathy, the Department of Defense (DoD) hopes to “enhance” a soldier’s ability to “kill without care or remorse, shows no fear, can fight battle after battle without fatigue and generally behave more like a machine than a man.”

Scientists are researching the construction of soldiers that feel no pain, terror and do not suffer from fatigue as tests on the wiring of the human brain are furthered by Jonathan Moreno, professor of bioethics at Pennsylvania State University. Moreno is working with the DoD in understanding neuroscience. The Pentagon allocated $400 million to this research.

Further study could be passed onto the general public in order to maximize profits as well as enhance the drug’s effectiveness. According to Joel Garreau, professor at Arizona University, DARPA is learning how to genetically modify human fat into pure energy by rewiring the metabolic switch which would create soldiers that require less food. By using gene therapy and combining enhancements to alter the color of the human eye is a blending of mutations that have no basis in the natural world.

In 2011, the British Academy of Medical Sciences published a paper explaining the necessity for “new rules to avoid ethical missteps.Specifying the injection of human brain cells into animals that may give animals human memories or thought consciousness as the goal should be dealt with differently than a non-modified animal.

Human embryos can strengthen or deteriorate the animal test subject which prompted Senator Sam Brownback to push the Human Chimera Prohibition Act of 2005. Brownback expressed need for prevention of closed-door experiments that “blur the lines between human and animal, male and female, parent and child, and one individual and another individual.” The ethical aspect could be defined by two mandates of consideration:

1. They could target the hypothetical scientists creating monsters in Petri dishes.
2. They could take a close look at the science that’s really happening in labs around the world.

In addition to genetically modifying the human genome, global Elite are obsessed with the merging man and machine, transhumanism and immortality. Basing advancements on scientific research, the 2045 Program will create “a new vision of human development that meets global challenges humanity faces today, realization of the possibility of a radical extension of human life by means of cybernetic technology, as well as the formation of a new culture associated with these technologies.”

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The globalists at the 2045 Program assert that humanity “is in need of a new evolutionary strategy” consisting of a balance between the complexity of technological advances and the acceleration of informational processes to expand the “limited, primitive human” into a “highly self-organized” and technologically “higher intelligence”.

The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) published a document entitled Rebuilding America’s Defenses in 2000 which frameworks a strategy for American hegemony in the near future, identifying “problem areas” of the world and advising regime change of unfavorable governments so that in the end the nations of the world will be unified under the banner of American democracy.

The revelation of former US President George Bush’s “axis of evil” defined American policy under the guidelines of the PNAC with the identification of Iran, Iraq and North Korea which is literally mentioned in the PNAC as governments that require a regime change.

In the PNAC, the globalists have described the use of scientific enhancement and clinical trials turning the US armed forces into guinea pigs for the advancement of a super soldier.

While Roger Pitman, professor of psychiatry at Harvard University is experimenting with propranolol which is a beta blocker that is believed to erase “terrifying memories”, soldiers are subjected to more research while serving to alleviate the psychological effects of war. Moreno explains: “The problem is: what else are they blocking when they do this? Do we want a generation of veterans who return without guilt?”

Allan Snyder, professor of neuroscience in Australia, has been working to understand how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can affect higher mental processing with the use of magnetic fields to promote unfettered reasoning.

The US Academy of Sciences reported in 2009 that they expected to be successful in using TMS against soldiers to “enhance [their] fighting capabilities.” Moreno reveals that TMS helmets could be used in battlefields to expand a soldier’s technical expertise and become a more proficient marksman and master electronics used in training exercises.

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Occult Superheroes Exposed- Chris Taylor & Rory Brown

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   Occult Superheroes Exposed – Chris Taylor & Rory Brown

If you run a search online for “Super Powers” you will find all kinds of information, tons of lists of possible super powers, and lots of people telling you how you have always dreamed of having super powers. I don’t know about you, but that has never been on my mind or in my dreams. I visited the following site. List25, because I thought 25 would be a good sample of the kind of “super powers” they are touting. Let’s take a look.

According to the Website List25:
25 Superpowers You Wish You Had


“Admit it – At some point in your life, you’ve run around the house in a cape, or at least thought about doing it. Don’t worry. No judgment here. There’s just something fascinating about superheroes that captures the imaginations of young and old alike. It’s fun to envision how different life would be if we developed superpowers of our own. Whether you’re a diehard superhero fan who attended the midnight premiere of “The Avengers” or you only know a little bit about superheroes, you’ve probably wished you had one of these 25 superpowers.”
Here is her list:   25 SUPER POWERS

1. Flying 6. Immortality 11. Precognition 16. Telepathy 21. Super Indurance
2. Walk Through Walls 7. Communicate with Animals 12. Wall Crawling 17. Night Vision 22. Healing
3. Force Field 8. Super Agility 13. Weather Control 18. Time Travel 23. Super Strength
4. Mind Control 9. Time Manipulation 14. OmniLingual 19. Invulnerability 24. Invisibility
5. Super Intelligence 10. Sonar 15. Super Speed 20. Water Breathing 25. Mimicry

The brainwashed masses are clamoring for them. They can’t wait to line up to receive the first wave of “super power enhancements” the scientific community has to offer. Without even pausing to consider the possible side effects or consequences. Oh heavens, no… who would not want SUPER POWER??

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Do you want to have a superpower? Of course, people still can’t change their size, walk through walls, or teleport, since it contradicts the laws of physics. But there are some other superpowers that are available nowadays for the right price!


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