by Max Igan


from TheCrowHouse Website











July 6, 2014

from Vimeo Website

Max Igan is a pen-name and you can find out a little more about him here.


Trance-Formation is an important and brilliant movie that pulls "the big picture" together... It's about the creation of a new "meme" and the splitting of the world.


For those of you who aren't familiar with the term "meme," it is largely defined as,

"an idea, behavior or style that spreads from person to person within a culture" and "is an idea that behaves like a virus - that moves through a population, taking hold in each person it infects."

In a broader sense, and how it is eventually described in the movie, Igan's "meme" becomes a cultural movement and is a creation that results in the next really big evolutionary step for humankind: The Trans-Human.

Only, aspects of trans-humanism, as Igan powerfully points out, are not likely to be a good thing. The last time humankind made an evolutionary leap of this magnitude, other hominids disappeared from the planet.

The "splitting" of the world comes from what are now the beginning stages of what is called "Trans-Humanism."


From Wikipedia, Trans-Humanism is,

"an international intellectual and cultural movement that affirms the possibility and desirability of fundamentally transforming the human condition by developing and making widely available technologies to eliminate aging and to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities."

Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers of emerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations, as well as study the ethical matters involved in developing and using such technologies.


They predict that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselves into beings with such greatly expanded abilities as to merit the label "posthuman."

Transhumanism is largely promoted by thinkers like Ray Kurzweil, who popularized the term, "The Singularity," which describes the moment artificial intelligence overtakes human intelligence. Scoffed at by many scientists who say the human brain is too complex for this to happen, transhumanism combines supercomputers with the neural paths of the brain, bridging this limitation.

Part of the premise of the movie is that it would very easy for "someone" to take control of people who are "enhanced" posthumans, resulting in a totalitarianism that George Orwell and Aldous Huxley could only hint at.


Another aspect of transhumanism probably well-known to many of you is what would result in the complete subjugation and dominance of nature.


In fact, one of the arguments for transhumanism is that, using this technology to its ultimate expression, we can create "God" and an earth-community of permanent peace.


They would do this through implanted computer chips and ports integrated into the human bio-system and getting your dogs and now your children to accept this technology through fear.


There are already people who are willing to get chip transplants so they can process the internet faster.


Advocates are also doing it by geo-engineering through,

...and more.

There will be those who choose not to be enhanced, and another premise the movie is that these non-enhanced humans could become the modern day equivalent of the Neanderthal and may very well go extinct.


Not that far out as we recall what man has done to more primitive cultures all over the planet.

What transhumanism advocates probably get - and fear - is that we humans are about to reach the capacity to touch God and to become a peaceful planet, but it's just so much more in their interest to give everyone a techno-lobotomy, and convince them that they're happy, knowing their place is to serve... but serve who?


The masters of the planet, the Powers That Be, the Elite.


But wait, won't they - and their children - be affected, too? Yes, but they want to become posthuman, with them in charge of the rest of us who do their bidding without complaining or questioning.

What can we do about this?


We need as many people to wake up as possible, do their work, and become the shift, the transition, shifting naturally into a posthuman-like consciousness that can prevent this from happening.


It is definitely time for us to grow up. Now.


Can that happen? In time? That is a very big question.

This is an age-old story that is continuing to play out today in the form of a dominating hierarchy that wants to subdue and control nature and the universe - and the rest of us - and we play right into it because we're experts at creating technologies that we don't have the wisdom to control.








Juan Taréis
Abril 16, 2012

del Sitio Web YouTube

Max Igan es un seudónimo y se puede conocer un poco más sobre él aquí.

Trance-Formation es una importante y brillante película que saca "el cuadro grande" junto... Se trata de la creación de un nuevo "meme" y la división del mundo.

Para aquellos de ustedes que no están familiarizados con el término "
meme", que se define en gran medida como,

"Una idea, comportamiento o estilo que se propaga de persona a persona dentro de una cultura" y "es una idea que se comporta como un virus - se mueve a través de una población, agarrándose a cada persona que infecta."

En un sentido más amplio, y cómo finalmente se describe en la película, el "meme" de Igan se convierte en un movimiento cultural y es una creación que da lugar a la etapa evolutiva muy grande al lado de la humanidad: el Trans-Humano.

Sólo, los aspectos del trans-humanismo, como poderosamente Igan señala, es probable que no sea una buena cosa. La última vez que la humanidad hizo un salto evolutivo de esta magnitud, otros homínidos desaparecieron del planeta.

La "división" del mundo proviene de lo que ahora son las primeras etapas de lo que se llama "Trans-humanismo."