Researchers are now claiming the Government is creating an army of GIANTS for use in military operations right now, and right under our very feet! If this is true, One may ask: “Where does someone actually find Ancient Giant DNA to create this modern day Frankenstein?” In Genesis 6:4 we read: “There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.” Is this where they plan to find the Ancient Giant DNA to create a super human army? Sounds incredible, yet it has been theorized for years. The Übermensch (German for “Overman, Superman, Superhuman, Hyperman, Hyperhuman is a concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. In his 1883 book “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”. Nietzsche has his character Zarathustra posit the Übermensch as a goal for humanity to set for itself.
The German prefix über can have connotations of superiority, transcendence, excessiveness, or intensity, depending on the words to which it is attached. Mensch refers to a member of the human species, rather than to a male specifically. The adjective übermenschlich means super-human, in the sense of beyond human strength or out of proportion to humanity.
The first translation of Thus Spoke Zarathustra into English was published in 1896. In that translation, by Alexander Tille, Übermensch was translated as “Beyond-Man”. In the Thomas Common translation, published in 1909, however, Übermensch was rendered as “Superman”. Zarathustra first announces the Übermensch as a goal humanity can set for itself. All human life would be given meaning by how it advanced a new generation of human beings. The aspiration of a woman would be to give birth to an Übermensch, for example; her relationships with men would be judged by this standard.
According to Rüdiger Safranski, some commentators associate the Übermensch with a program of eugenics. This is most pronounced when considered in the aspect of a goal that humanity sets for itself. The reduction of all psychology to physiology implies, to some, that human beings can be bred for cultural traits. This interpretation of Nietzsche’s doctrine focuses more on the future of humanity than on a single cataclysmic individual. There is no consensus regarding how this aspect of the Übermensch relates to the creation of new values.