Ruling families and the wealthy elite have long dreamed of immortality to preserve their ability to rule for all of eternity, with heads of dynasties historically offering abundant prizes and gifts to those with secrets to everlasting life on Earth. One prominent Russian scientist now says that such an achievement will be possible for the wealthy elite by roughly 2045 through a concept deeply studied and publicized by researchers like Steve Quayle and Stan Deyo.
Often criticized as ‘conspiracy theory’ or bizarre science fiction back when analysts were blowing the whistle over this ‘privileged’ technology, the process involves generating fully functional holographic human avatars and transporting one’s ‘consciousness’ into an artificial brain. While the overall ‘immortality’ process is intended to be completed by 2045, the scientist states on his website that the act of transplanting a human brain into an artificial body will be available in as little as seven years.
The rest of the project would extend all the way to 2045, ran by a ‘team of the world’s leading scientists’ working on the initiative.
On the website of Dmitry Itskov, the scientist behind the idea, the 31-year-old asks for contributions from the world’s wealthiest members of society in order to accelerate his plan. These wealthy contributors will then be rewarded with the use of this technology upon completion, allowing them to ‘live’ in an artificial brain and body throughout the course of history. On the website is also an image which outlines the projected process of completion, with the holographic body avatars actually available by 2015:
Following the creation of a remotely controlled robotic copy of one’s body in 2015, 2020 then brings a body in which a human brain can be transplanted after death. In 2030, human personality is set to be transferred directly to the ‘borg’ brain and implanted. In 2040-2045, the plan is set to complete with a full-fledged hologram-like avatar in which the artificial brain and body will ‘store’ the consciousness of the subject. In a more detailed description, Dmitry Itskov explains on his website how these new borg-like bodies feature a ‘artificial brain linked to a robot’ complete with a consciousness link to an internet-esque system. Once again, this was spoken of verbatim more than three decades ago by analysts like Steve Quayle and Stan Deyo.