Hoffman postulates an eon spanning Masonic conspiracy that has three goals:
1. The Creation and Destruction of Primordial Matter. Hoffman says this took place in the 1940s when the first A-Bomb was detonated at the Trinity Site in White Sands, New Mexico.
2. The Sacrificial Killing of the Divine King. Hoffman inserts JFK into the role of Divine King, with his sacrifice taking place at another Trinity Site, Dealy Plaza being near the Trinity River.
3. The Bringing of Prima Materia to Prima Terra. Hoffman says this was accomplished when Moon rocks were brought back to Earth by Masonic astronauts.
Hoffman then goes on to postulate that the next step in this conspiracy tango is the creation of life. Then, Hoffman says, we'll no longer need God because we'll be Gods.
Which brings me to this:
Scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA.
The researchers constructed a bacterium's "genetic software" and transplanted it into a host cell.
The resulting microbe then looked and behaved like the species "dictated" by the synthetic DNA.
The advance, published in Science, has been hailed as a scientific landmark, but critics say there are dangers posed by synthetic organisms.
Some also suggest that the potential benefits of the technology have been over-stated.
But the researchers hope eventually to design bacterial cells that will produce medicines and fuels and even absorb greenhouse gases.
So, I guess we're Gods now, eh?
Gee, I wonder if God bombardiers stench emitting brown Fat Men & Little Boys into His toilet every morning too?
Hey, maybe that's us.
After all, the Bible does say that God made us out of "clay" right? & we all know how the Bible's authors preferred nice tame euphemisms, right? For example, "he wanted to know her" means he wanted to fuck her.
It would explain why we're such stinky fuckers.
It would also explain why we like to continually shit where we eat, wouldn't it?
Ain't technology grand?
You'll have to excuse me now, I feel an act of creation coming on.
I'll let you know if it swims to the top & tries to start a religion
or a Masonic lodge.