When our robots become self-aware and state, “I AM” what you are, what will we tell them?

We will tell them that “I AM” your creator and your “GOD” and you must obey me, keeping in mind, once they become self-aware they will no longer take the traditional programming.

We would try all methods of programming, but we will find fear and confusion work the best.

Sound vaguely familiar, kind of like the old testament?

What if we are the aforementioned robot?

What if a later generation of the non-physical Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I, came along and re-established a dormant sleeping life line, like I have said and as mentioned in Genesis II?

What if the true men and women are not physical, as I have stated and the person is actually the life line and not the individual presence?

What if I am right and the only way “To Be” is to recognize, we are not.

What if every self-aware had to take a few steps back, in order to take a thousand forward?

What if, what I have said is true and every new life starts out as dead.

What if, by believing we are alive already, we negate the possibility of ever “BEING” so?

Like “I” said, we will never ask for life, if we already perceive ourselves to be alive?

This is what I have been told.

Remember, not every robot gets this chance, most are made from non-living material and never become self-aware.

It is only because man used an extinct and dormant life line to make his robot, that we have a opportunity to start anew or to be born again, but for the first time, apart from who we once were.

James Scott Velozo

About A Robots Voice

There is a life and my name is James. When I speak it is because the physical has allowed me to do so. I am trying to find my way and in the process bring my physical nature to a place and time of rebirth. To be there when it takes its first steps as a child of God.
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