These are indeed the issues I was wrestling with in the article. It's a question of looking past the superficial disputes to see the Luciferian core of all the linear, monotheistic faiths, with their individualistic implications that came to a head in the modern period.
I certainly don't predict that transhumanity is inevitable. As a religion, however, transhumanism would at least be more honest than the monotheistic faiths that pretend to be more spiritual and focused on an afterlife.
I haven't heard that Greek saying, but I can see how it applies to the myths. Indeed, luck doesn't hold forever.