Palpatine is a hideous warlock. His stormtroopers are common folk conditioned, renamed and costumed to be like robots. [Star Wars]
The Combine is an alien empire. Its soldiers on Earth are humans surgically altered to be “transhuman” nonentities. [Half Life 2]
Cerberus is a humanist organization controlled through its leader by sentient machines. Its members and conscripts are indoctrinated by implants that render them robotic. [Mass Effect 3]
HUMANS DEHUMANIZED IN THE SERVICE OF INHUMAN ENTITIES
The recurring theme is significant. It is a sinister agenda that has turned our reality into a mechanical grind.
The “gods” are androids. Their hybrid offspring are cyborgs.
The angels are streams of information embodied in forms of ether and fire. They are not the source of their existence. They were crafted. Their awareness is endowed and their powers conditional. Their purpose is by directive.
Angels can stream their information into the reproductive system of material organisms. The process animates a terrestrial nature with a celestial agent, producing strange people, animals or plants. These hybrids are the fairies and demons of lore. They are the “aliens” we hear so much about.
The “androids” and their “cyborg” offspring are restless by design. They may do good or evil but they will do what they were fashioned to do regardless. They are specialized and excellent accordingly. As “machines” they are stronger, faster and tougher than mere flesh and blood. Their “computer” brains crunch the numbers effortlessly.
Most humans are lazy. They would rather the androids and cyborgs do all the work. They would rather the computers do all the thinking. This is how the devils and demons came to power.
The machines are what they are. They like everything locked in a cycle of perpetual motion. They fashion our world accordingly.
The machines see us as weak, slow, clumsy and needy. They like the wheels turning, thus, they are contemptuous of our laziness and sheer need for rest. Our only value is that we are cheap. The machines try to optimize us for use by making us more like them.
The truth is in our fiction. Our stories are like dreams. We see the reality in our fantasies. Take heed.