Do people really listen to what comes out of Bill Gates?  Do they pay attention to him when he is speaking?  His mannerisms and his facial expressions?  To me, his behavior is beyond bizarre.  Seems like every new crazy trend that comes along, he’s already in it up to his eyeballs.  It is so hard to believe that anyone could be spread so far, and so highly invested in so many things, without collapsing under the stress.  Where does he find the energy, the time and the strength?

Today’s news brings us Bill once again warning of the coming killer pandemic, the article sings his praises for his latest project TerraPower, a nuclear innovation company. Bill reassures us not to worry, that his fake meat will eventually be, really good.  After all we must rid the world of the terrible consequences of growing vegetables and raising animals.  How did the world ever survive so many thousands of years, well billions according to “science”.

Has anybody really considered the world they are forcing us into?  Is it really a place anyone would want to inhabit?  Sometimes I have to wonder what on earth is wrong with these people? The truth is, BILL GATES, KLAUS SCHWABB, Yuval Harari  and all of their kind are servants of the Devil, possessed by evil spirits. These are  the ones the bible calls the “BUILDERS”.  They are just like the builders of Tower of Babel.  In fact, they even present themselves as building the Tower of Babel.

Genesis 11:4
They said, “Come, let us build for ourselves a city, and a tower whose top will reach into heaven, and let us make for ourselves a name, otherwise we will be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth.”


EU Parliament - Tower Of Babel....... Coincidence I think not !!! : europe

Daniel 4:30
The king reflected and said, ‘Is this not Babylon the great, which I myself have built as a royal residence by the might of my power and for the glory of my majesty?’

These folks are all about building their creation and rejecting God’s.

God created a beautiful, wonderous and self-healing EARTH.  There is no lack with GOD.  God made our bodies to also be self-healing. It is humans who mess with his creation that create the problems we see.

This guy wants to sell you on his idea that animals and plants, yes and humans, are the problem.  If we can just make everything artificial and poisonous, we can have his idea of perfection.

The scary thing is the number of people who buy into this fairytale.  I can only assume that most of the world has been so affected by the toxic materials and toxic thinking of the ruling elite that their brains have been disabled.  They have come to love what they mistakenly see as valuable so much they have lost touch with what is real.

I will tell you folks, when all is said and done, and these people have their way, you WILL HATE the world you will be stuck in.

Give me the simple life.  Give me real food, that nourishes our body and brings life to it.  Give me ANIMALS, all the domestic animals that fill our world with good things, like: milk, cheese, butter, beef steak, hamburger, ribs, chicken wings, chicken soup, chicken thighs and breast, roast turkey, pastrami, salami, pepperoni, wheat bread, cookies, cakes, ice cream, etc…  Give me real broccoli, lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, cabbage, etc…  All the wonderful plants, animals and humans, full of vitality and strength, living in a world with natural sunshine and flowing waters, clean air and trees that provide fuel and building material.

1 Peter 2 
To whom coming, as unto a living stone, disallowed indeed of men, but chosen of God, and precious, Ye also, as lively stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ. Wherefore also it is contained in the scripture, Behold, I lay in Sion a chief corner stone, elect, precious: and he that believeth on him shall not be confounded. Unto you therefore which believe he is precious: but unto them which be disobedient, the stone which the builders disallowed, the same is made the head of the corner, And a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence, even to them which stumble at the word, being disobedient: whereunto also they were appointed.

Mark 12:10
Have you not even read this Scripture:
‘The stone which the builders rejected,
This became the chief corner stone;


Bill Gates: We will overshoot 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming, nuclear can be ‘super safe’ and fake meat will eventually be ‘very good’
Story by Catherine Clifford • Yesterday 3:02 PM

The world will not be able to avoid overshooting the goal established in the 2015 Paris Climate Accord to limit global warming to, ideally, 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to pre-Industrial levels, Bill Gates told Reddit users on Wednesday.

While it’s “great” if people want to be vegan, Gates doesn’t think most people will do that
and thinks that alternative meat products will “eventually” be “very good.”
Individuals who want to contribute to climate change mitigation can do thinks like vote, buy an electric car and stay optimistic.
Bill Gates: We will overshoot 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming, nuclear can be ‘super safe’ and fake meat will eventually be ‘very good’

The billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder answered questions from Reddit users on Wednesday and a handful of the questions revolved around climate change. Gates made his fortune launching the software company Microsoft, but he has since launched the nuclear innovation company TerraPower and an investment firm, Breakthrough Energy, to back various climate change innovations, and has written a book about climate change, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster.
(But, he is not a scientist, or a doctor, but obviously considers himself an “expert” on just about EVERY topic that plagues our society.  Pun intended. He is the largest promotor of the Plandemic and the Phony Vax.)

“The pace of innovation is really picking up even though we won’t make the current timelines or avoid going over 1.5,” Gates wrote in response to a question about how well the world is responding to climate change.

Gates is hardly alone in his view. A report out at the end of October from the United Nations Environment Program found “no credible pathway to 1.5° Celsius in place.”

Gates also said bedraggled climate mitigation efforts will “slow down the progress we make on improving the human condition.” He pointed out that in some parts of the world more than 10% of kids die before the age of five and more than 30% don’t have enough to eat.

Despite Gates’ dour outlook, he also maintains some amount of optimism: “I still believe we can avoid a terrible outcome,” he said.  (Wow! “not terrible” what high optimism!)

The advanced nuclear reactors TerraPower are building use liquid sodium as the coolant and uranium as a fuel source.

“We are making excellent progress,” Gates said, while also acknowledging that the Ukraine war has thrown a wrench in TerraPower’s plans because the reactors planned to operate with fuel coming from Russia and that relationship is no longer viable.

TerraPower’s first plant is slated for Wyoming and due to be online by 2030, Gates said. “This can make a huge contribution to climate challenges since it will be low cost and super safe,” Gates wrote.

Where making electricity is responsible for 27% of emissions, growing things like plants and animals is responsible for 19% of emissions, according to a breakdown Gates provided in his own climate book.

Gates has backed several companies working to make meatless meat products, including Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, he told Reddit users. And he’s also backed Memphis Meats (which has since rebranded under the name Upside Foods), Gates said, and which takes cells from an actual animals and grows the products in laboratory environments.

“I think eventually these products will be very good even though their share is small today,” Gates told Reddit. It’s important to innovate alternative ways to produce meat alternatives and climate conscious ways because, “for people who want to go Vegan that is great but I don’t think most people will do that,” Gates said.

Beyond diet, Gates generally supports the thesis that creating cost-effective clean-energy alternatives is the best way to fight climate change. “The key on climate is making the clean products as cheap as the dirty products in every area of emission — planes, concrete, meat etc,” Gates said on Reddit. “This is the only way we can ask all the countries in the world to change. If it costs a lot extra we won’t succeed.”

While innovation is the primary tool humans have to address climate change, according to Gates, everyone can contribute to mitigating the effects of climate change, he said.

You are a voter, a consumer, a giver and a worker. In every one of those roles you can help,” Gates wrote.

Buying an electric car is something individuals can do, as are options to pay “a bit extra” to offset emissions generated when you travel, which Gates does for all of his emissions for himself and his family.

“We need support on climate from both parties in the US and in all countries,” Gates said. Also, “staying hopeful is a good thing!”


I do not want to eat their fake meat or gmo vegetables or anything that does not GROW naturally.  I don’t want to be digitized.  I don’t want to live in a “smart” world.  I don’t want to be “under surveillance” every minute of everyday. I don’t want every dime that I spend to be monitored by AI.  I don’t want to live in a world where you have to take vaccines and medication all the time just to be allowed to live.  I don’t want to talk to robots.  I want to talk to real people face to face.  I want to wrap my arms around them and feel their humanity.  I want to see their smiling faces and hear their real voices, not the ones carried through the web.

I want to experience the joy of a job well done.  I want to make my own choices and experience the results.  I want to be free to acquire and own or rent my own home or car.  I want to free to move about. I want to be connected to the TRUE and LIVING GOD.  I don’t want to worship man’s idea of wisdom, knowledge and innovation.  I don’t want to serve money.

I KNOW GOD. What HE created is perfection!  Everything working together intricately connected and flowing, ever growing and developing.  HARMONY at it’s FINEST.  When we don’t get in it’s way.

Don’t you see that everything that  modern “science” does has negative impact?  Instead of compounding their mistakes with more disastrous results, why don’t we STOP! And return to life as GOD intended it?

Do you really NEED all the machines? All the knickknacks and doohiggies?  All the “technological” developments?  Can you live without your smart phone?  Your video games and virtual reality???

The “builders” are working to build a Temple made of human stones.  You have heard it said that since the coming of Yeshua, we, the people of God are the new Temple build with human stones. You know the devil always imitates what God creates.


The 4 Industrial Revolutions

Throughout history, people have always been dependent on technology. Of course, the technology of each era might not have the same shape and size as today, but for their time, it was certainly something for people to look at.

People would always use the technology they had available to help make their lives easier and at the same time try to perfect it and bring it to the next level. This is how the concept of the industrial revolution began. Right now, we are going through the fourth industrial revolution, aka Industry 4.0.

Here is a little information on the three previous industrial revolutions leading to today!

The first Industrial Revolution 1765

The first industrial revolution followed the proto-industrialization period. It started at the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th. The biggest changes came in the industries in the form of mechanization. Mechanization was why agriculture started to be replaced by the industry as the backbone of the societal economy.

At the time, people witnessed massive extraction of coal along with the significant invention of the steam engine that created a new type of energy that later on helped speed up the manufacturing of railroads, thus accelerating the economy.

You can discover a little more detail about this first Industrial Revolution in the following Post:


The second Industrial Revolution 1870

Following the first Industrial Revolution, we see the world go through the second almost a century later. It started at the end of the 19th century, with massive technological advancements in industries that helped the emergence of a new source of energy—electricity, gas, and oil.

This revolution resulted in the creation of the internal combustion engine that started to reach its full potential.  Other important points of the second industrial revolution were the development of steel demand, chemical synthesis and methods of communication such as the telegraph and the telephone.

Finally, the inventions of the automobile and the plane at the beginning of the 20th century are the reason why, to this day, the Second Industrial Revolution is considered the most important one!

The Third Industrial Revolution 1969

Another century passes, and we bear witness to the Third Industrial Revolution.  In the second half of the 20th century, we see the emergence of yet another source of untapped, at the time, energy. Nuclear energy!

The third revolution brought forth the rise of electronics, telecommunications and, of course, computers. The third industrial revolution opened the doors to space expeditions, research, and biotechnology through the new technologies.

In the world of the industries, two major inventions, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Robots, helped give rise to an era of high-level automation.

Industry 4.0

For many people, Industry 4.0 is the fourth Industrial Revolution, although a large portion of people still disagree. If we were to view Industry 4.0 as a revolution, we would have to admit that it is a revolution happening now. We are experiencing it every day, and its magnitude is yet unknown.

Industry 4.0 started at the dawn of the third millennium with the one thing everyone uses every daythe Internet. We can see the transition from the first industrial revolution rooted in technological phenomena to Industry 4.0 that develops virtual reality worlds, allowing us to bend the laws of physics.

The 4 Industrial Revolutions shape the world. Worldwide economies are based on them. Programmes and projects are being implemented worldwide, focusing on helping people take advantage of the marvels of the fourth revolution during their everyday lives.

Projects like the RESTART project are being funded by the EU, aiming to involve the industrial sector in the transformation of VET systems to meet the need for digital skills consistent with the technological developments in industries.

RESTART project
On January 14th 2020, the conference Building a Whole-of-Society Approach to Emerging Migration and Integration Challenges at the OECD Centre. Digital skills fundamental to facilitate integration of migrants in host countries. The conference tackled emerging challenges such as changing labor markets, technological advances, forced displacement and population dynamics.

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If you follow my posts, than you already know, I am big on the ROOT of everything.  It usually can be discovered through language. When God first put me into his “Masters” program, he told me the ROOT is all that matters.  Everything else is a lie/a cover up/a deception.  He started me out in the dictionary!!  You would be amazed what you can learn about spiritual things in the dictionary.  Anyway, let’s look at the words related to the Industrial Revolution and see what we find.

Please don’t get all wacked about my choice of hyperbole I used to demonstrate my point.  I by no means am a “Master”.  It was just to help to relate that God had me in an exulcerated program of individual study. 


Technology | Definition, Examples, Types, & Facts | Britannica

technology, the application of scientific knowledge to the practical aims of human life or, as it is sometimes phrased, to the change and manipulation of the human environment. The subject of technology is treated in a number of articles. For general treatment, see technology, history of; hand tool.

technology (n.)  Etymology online

Origin and meaning of technology

1610s, “a discourse or treatise on an art or the arts,” from Latinized form of Greek tekhnologia “systematic treatment of an art, craft, or technique,” originally referring to grammar, from tekhno-, combining form of tekhnē “art, skill, craft in work; method, system, an art, a system or method of making or doing,” from PIE *teks-na- “craft” (of weaving or fabricating), from suffixed form of root *teks- “to weave,” also “to fabricate.” For ending, see -logy.

The meaning “study of mechanical and industrial arts” (Century Dictionary, 1895, gives as examples “spinning, metal-working, or brewing”) is recorded by 1859. High technology is attested by 1964; short form high-tech by 1972.

Fabricate Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster
fabricate verb fab· ri· cate ˈfa-bri-ˌkāt fabricated; fabricating transitive verb 1 a : invent, create b : to make up for the purpose of deception accused of fabricating evidence 2 : construct, manufacture specifically : to construct from diverse and usually standardized parts Their plan is to fabricate the house out of synthetic parts. fabricator

OH, what a tangled WEB we weave, when first we practice to deceive!

What is the origin of the word technology?

The origin of the word is in the Hittite language. The word “demonstrates”, “shows” or “points” is “tekosnomy”, (tek-kus-sa-nu-mi), the word evolved into the ancient Greek language when the word “to show” or “indicate” is deiknumi (deiknumi). The word that represented high skill or art (Skill) was “Techne”. Aristotle treated “technique” as something artificial whose purpose is to bring something into existence and “logos” as discourse or reasoned explanation. Heraclitus defined the term “Logos” as the principle of order and knowledge. The word originally referred to the skill and knowledge of how to do things and also with what tools it can be done, but little by little the meaning of the word was reduced mainly to the tools in which the skill was performed and less to knowledge.

skill (n.)
early 12c., “knowledge, divine wisdom;” late 12c., (knowledge spiritually revealed by a god or a spiritual entity) “power of discernment, sound judgment; that which is reasonable,” senses all now obsolete, from Old Norse skil “distinction, ability to make out, discernment, adjustment,” which is related to skilja (v.) “to separate; discern, understand,” from Proto-Germanic *skaljo- “divide, separate” (source also of Swedish skäl “reason,” Danish skjel “a separation, boundary, limit,” Middle Low German schillen “to differ,” Middle Low German, Middle Dutch schele “separation, discrimination;” from PIE root *skel- (1) “to cut”).

The sense of “practical knowledge and ability, cleverness” is recorded by early 13c.

Hebrews 4:12 For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any two edged sword.
Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. New Living Translation For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow.

machine (n.)  Etymology online

1540s, “structure of any kind,” from Middle French machine “device, contrivance,” from Latin machina “machine, engine, military machine; device, trick; instrument” (source also of Spanish maquina, Italian macchina), from Greek makhana, Doric variant of Attic mēkhanē “device, tool, machine;” also “contrivance, cunning,” traditionally (Watkins) from PIE *magh-ana- “that which enables,from root *magh- to be able, have power.” But Beekes, on formal grounds, objects to the connection to words in Germanic and Slavic. He finds the Greek word isolated and is convinced that it is Pre-Greek.Main modern sense of “device made of moving parts for applying mechanical power” (1670s) probably grew out of mid-17c. senses of “apparatus, appliance” and “military siege-tower.”  It gradually came to be applied to an apparatus that works without the strength or skill of the workman.From 17c.-19c. also “a vehicle; a stage- or mail-coach; a ship,” and, from 1901, “a motor-car.” Also in late 19c. slang the word was used for both “penis” and “vagina,” one of the few so honored.The political sense “a strict organization of the working members of a political party to secure a predominating influence for themselves and their associates” is U.S. slang, attested by 1876. Machine age, a time notable for the extensive use of mechanical devices, is attested by 1882, though there is this:

The idea of remodelling society at public meetings is one of the least reasonable which ever entered the mind of an agitator: and the notion that the relations of the sexes can be re-arranged and finally disposed of by preamble and resolution, is one of the latest, as it should have been the last, vagary of a machine age. [“The Literary World,” Nov. 1, 1851]

Machine for living(in) “house” translates Le Corbusier’s machine à habiter (1923).

machine (v.)

mid-15c., “decide, resolve,” from Old French and Latin usages, from Latin machina “machine, engine, military machine; device, trick; instrument,from Greek makhana, Doric variant of Attic mēkhanē “device, tool; contrivance, cunning” (see machine (n.)). Meaning “to apply machinery to, to make or form on or by the aid of a machine” is from 1878. Related: Machinedmachining.
instrument   ĭn′strə-mənt


  1. A tool or implement used to do or facilitate work, especially a small precision tool used by a professional.
  2. A device for recording, measuring, or controlling, especially such a device functioning as part of a control system.
  3. A device for playing or producing music.
English. Art. English word art comes from Proto-Indo-European *h₁es-, Proto-Indo-European *er-, Classical Armenian *եստ, Proto-Indo-European *wes-, and later Proto-Germanic *wesaną (To consume, feast.) You can also see our other etymologies for the English word art. Currently you are viewing the etymology of art with the meaning: (Verb)

art (n.)

Origin and meaning of art

early 13c., “skill as a result of learning or practice,” from Old French art (10c.), from Latin artem (nominative ars) “work of art; practical skill; a business, craft,” from PIE *ar(ə)-ti- (source also of Sanskrit rtih “manner, mode;” Greek artizein “to prepare”), suffixed form of root *ar- “to fit together.” Etymologically akin to Latin arma “weapons” (see arm (n.2)).

In Middle English usually with a sense of “skill in scholarship and learning” (c. 1300), especially in the seven sciences, or liberal arts. This sense remains in Bachelor of Arts, etc. The meaning “human workmanship” (as opposed to nature) is from late 14c. The meaning “system of rules and traditions for performing certain actions” is from late 15c. The sense of “skill in cunning and trickery” is attested by late 16c. (the sense in artfulartless). The meaning “skill in creative arts” is recorded by 1610s; especially of painting, sculpture, etc., from 1660s.

In science you must not talk before you know. In art you must not talk before you do. In literature you must not talk before you think. [Ruskin, “The Eagle’s Nest,” 1872]

Supreme art is a traditional statement of certain heroic and religious truths, passed on from age to age, modified by individual genius, but never abandoned. The revolt of individualism came because the tradition had become degraded, or rather because a spurious copy had been accepted in its stead. [William Butler Yeats, journal, 1909]


machinate (v.) c. 1600, “to lay plots, intrigue,” a back-formation from machination, or else from Latin machinatus, past participle of machinari “to contrive skillfully; to design, scheme, plot.” Transitive sense of “to plan, contrive, form (a plot, scheme, etc.)” also is from c. 1600. Related: Machinated; machinating; machinator. ‘cite’

device (n.)  Etymology online

c. 1300, devis, “intent, desire; an expressed intent or desire; a plan or design; a literary composition,” from Old French devis “division, separation; disposition, wish, desire; coat of arms, emblem; a bequest in a will, act of bequeathing,” from deviser “arrange, plan, contrive,” literally “dispose in portions,” from Vulgar Latin *divisare, frequentative of Latin dividere “to divide” (see divide (v.)).The basic sense is “method by which something is divided,” which arose in Old French and led to the range of modern meanings via the notion of “something invented or fitted to a particular use or purpose,” hence “an invention; a constructed tool; inventiveness; a contriving, a plan or scheme.”In English from c. 1400 as “artistic design, work of art; ornament,” hence especially “a representation of some object or scene, accompanied by a motto or legend, used as an expression of the bearer’s aspirations or principles.” Also from c. 1400 as “mechanical contrivance,” such as a large crossbow fitted with a crank. From mid-15c. as “a bequest in a will.” Since c. 1996 the word has come to be used especially for “hand-held or mobile computing or electronic instrument.”

We live in a kind of world and in an age of the world where devices of all sorts are growing in complexity, where, therefore, the necessity for alertness and self-mastery in the control of device is ever more urgent. If we are democrats we know that especial perils beset us, both because of the confusion of our aims and because it is easier for the mob than for the individual to mistake appetite for reason, and advantage for right. [Hartley Burr Alexander, “‘Liberty and Democracy,’ and Other Essays in War-Time,” 1918]


Job 27:18
“He has built his house like the spider’s web,