if there were a christian version it would not be GoT or be in any way like it! Christianity also has its dark history too!Yeah I watched for a few minutes and stopped. That is why on the last forum I asked for the Christian version where can I get it?
Carolyn I protect my mind that does not mean I do not understand reality or history ...A lot of the sex stuff is also pretty realistic and it deals with things like prostitution, incest etc all things also that were commonplace in history too and still are to this day!
ah well each to their own, its a shame though it really is probably the most amazing tv show ever with the storylines and special effects, the battle scenes are so amazing too. I hope to try and read the books sometime but Im not sure if I want to before I see all of the tv show although I doubt the ending in the books will be published before the end of the show.Carolyn I protect my mind that does not mean I do not understand reality or history ...
I just do not want that stuff replaying whilst I am trying to pray or go about my daily life
Excuses but it would be like a mindworm or eye/visualworm.
you are forgetting the main characters name in the show.Altered Carbon, most expensive scifi Netflix show produced. Got cancelled after 2 seasons because of plandemic and cost of production.
Story revolves around humans finding the key to immortality by storing an individual's memory/soul(I would not consider memories or brain data to be souls, so technically they are just copying brain data around in my estimation) in a device they call a "stack" which can be implanted after death in new bodies which are 3d "bio- printed" clones, that are called "sleeves" This technology which was found on other planets inhabited by aliens they call "Elders" was reversed engineered by humans and is available to anyone who can afford it. Interesting aspect of the story is that at the time period (around 2350) , there are still religious people around called "Neo-Catholics" who believe that this technology is an abomination and should not be used. The other side of the story shows that some humans called Meths (from Methusaleh, Bible's oldest character iirc) have basically obtained immortality by using their wealth to continually upgrade themselves and avoid permanent death (which can be done by "fragging" the stack). All sorts of sick perversions emerge from this like brothels where you can have prostitutes, kill them while promising them a better sleeve afterwards (consensual death, which is not counted as murder), snuff sex, torture VR where you can be tortured to death and be revived a bunch times, etc.
Overall a very good show which demonstrate pretty well what humanity would turn into if this tech was available to us. Not a very good view of transhumanism. But mentions some concepts that were explored in The Matrix movies like the nature of consiousness, gender identity (what happens when you put a female stack in a male body for example?), and the mind-body problem.