Ron: Somebody had a pretty good idea of what the
future science and technological possibilities were back in 1961. I
wonder what went wrong? As if we don't know …
here is an article that apparently appeared in Weekend Magazine on 22
July 1961. I have inserted my comments in square brackets along with
some bolding, colour fonts and emoticons. Read it and weep.
`WILL LIFE BE WORTH LIVING IN 2,000 AD? July 22, 1961, Weekend Magazine Your home may have: Air walls and a floating roof. [Seems a bit optimistic – almost as good as Thiaoouba: but clearly someone understood electro-magnetics etc]. Your wife may have: A computer as home help [could have happened but didn't]. You may eat: Tablets, dried and processed food [They got that right but did they realise just how crappy the food and tablets would be?]. You may drive: a hovercraft and a helicopter [Perhaps they didn't know about anti-gravity transport?]. You may work: A 24-hour week [It could have been even less but for the Illuminati controllers and their henchmen].
'What sort of life will you be living 39 years from now?Scientists have looked into the future and they can tell you. It looks as if everything will be so easy that people will probably die from sheer boredom.' [Typical
mainstream media dumbing down, propaganda bullshit! WHY would life be
boring if you were largely freed from work and drudgery?].
will be whisked around in monorail vehicles at 200 miles an hour and
you will think nothing of taking a fortnight's holiday in outer space.
[YEP! In fact electro-gravitic and mag-lev transport could have been better than that]
Your house will probably have air walls, and a floating roof, adjustable to the angle of the sun. [Certainly in the ballpark].
will open automatically, and clothing will be put away by remote
control. The heating and cooling systems will be built into the
furniture and rugs. [Yep].
You'll have a home control room - an
electronics centre, where messages will be recorded when you're away
from home. This will play back when you return, and also give you
up-to-the minute world news, and transcribe your latest mail. [Yep].
have wall-to-wall global TV, an indoor swimming pool, TV-telephones and
room-to-room TV. Press a button and you can change the décor of a room. [Possible but if we developed these technologies consciousness would have improved and we would have wanted much less emphasis on TV].
status symbol of the year 2000 will be the home computer help, which
will help mother tend the children, cook the meals and issue reminders
of appointments. [Such robotic help should have been possible in that time frame but increasing consciousness would have eliminated the pursuit of status symbols].
will be in solar ovens with microwave controls. Garbage will be
refrigerated, and pressed into fertiliser pellets. [I doubt that microwave cooking would have been the go and
garbage creation would have been greatly reduced but "yes" all kitchen waste would be expeditiously composted.]
Food won't be very different from 1961, but there will be a few new dishes -instant
bread, sugar made from sawdust, foodless foods (minus nutritional
properties), juice powders and synthetic tea and cocoa. Energy will
come in tablet form. [We would have done better than this. The
emphasis would have been on fresh organic fruit and vegetables NOT sawdust
and synthetics ...].
At work, Dad will operate on a 24 hour
week. The office will be air-conditioned with stimulating scents and
extra oxygen - to give a physical and psychological lift. [Yep. although the emphasis on "office" environments would have been greatly reduced. Indeed a typical 20 hour work week should have been possible].
and newspapers will be reproduced instantly anywhere in the world by
facsimile. [Yep. But who knows. OLIN might have been introduced by 2000
if our global leaders had been earnest and honest].
There will be machines doing the work of clerks, shorthand writers and translators. Machines will "talk" to each other. [Yep].
will be the age of press-button transportation. Rocket belts will
increase a man's stride to 30 feet, and bus-type helicopters will
travel along crowded air skyways. There will be moving plastic-covered
pavements, individual hoppicopters, and 200 m.p.h. monorail trains
operating in all large cities. [Had our global leaders welcomed the GF in the 1960s
our transport systems would have been better than this and the need for city pavements would have been drastically reduced because prosperity, abundance and the elimination of global poverty would have drastically reduced population growth and greatly encouraged population dispersal away from large cities. Rockets and helicopters would have been relegated to museums].
family car will be soundless, vibrationless and self-propelled
thermostatically. The engine will be smaller than a typewriter. Cars
will travel overland on an 18 inch air cushion. [Pretty close. Personal transport would likely have been by soundless, vibrationless self-propelled electro-gravitic vehicles which need not remain close to the ground].
will have one central dispatcher, who will control a whole nation's
traffic. Jet trains will be guided by electronic brains.[Nope. Our long
distance trains would have been 2,000+ mph maglev].
commercial transportation, there will be travel at 1000 m.p.h. at a
penny a mile. Hypersonic passenger planes, using solid fuels, will
reach any part of the world in an hour. [By 2000 we could have been
using zero point energy electro-gravitic hypersonic and near light speed space shuttles – polluting
solid fuel planes would have been obsolete. Passengers could have been
traveling to the other side of the world faster than they could pass
the ridiculous airport security checks today].
By the year 2020,
five per cent of the world's population will have emigrated into space.
Many will have visited the moon and beyond. [Given that the US and
Soviet Union established bases on the Moon in the early 1960s and on
Mars before the end of the 1960s this scenario would have been entirely
Our children will learn from TV, recorders and
teaching machines. They will get pills to make them learn faster. We
shall be healthier, too. There will be no common colds, cancer, tooth
decay or mental illness. [If Royal Raymond Rife's medical and technological discoveries had been embraced in the 1940s and 1950s cancer and most diseases would have been easily overcome and we certainly would have been far more healthy. If the GF had been allowed to arrive in
the 1960s I doubt that children would have been given pills to learn
faster but they would probably have received photon light packets for that
purpose and anyway society would have de-schooled the education process resulting in children being generally much better educated using far less money and resources than is the case today. Children would also have been far more integrated into society from childhood and their mental health and social adjustment would have been greatly superior to the norm today.]
induced growth of amputated limbs will be possible. Rejuvenation will
be in the middle stages of research, and people will live, healthily,
to 85 or 100. [ Yep. In fact many people may have chosen to live for
hundreds of years in order to assist Urantia's transit into Light and
There's a lot more besides to make H.G. Wells and George Orwell sound like they're getting left behind. [But Tesla, Reich and Royal Raymond Rife et al would have been able to keep up].
this isn't science fiction. It's science fact - futuristic ideas,
conceived by imaginative young men, whose crazy-sounding schemes have
got the nod from the scientists. [It is a pity that the Illuminati
controllers and their Black Ops scientists failed to "give the nod" to
general publication and global popular use of the scientific and
technological information they obtained from ETs and enlightened
incarnates. Had they done so, our world would have been totally
transformed by now].
It's the way they think the world will live in the next century - if there's any world left!' [What
an odd closing phrase! – I wonder why? Presumably even in 1961
journalists had to subtly ridicule the coming of the Golden Age. The title of this article also has an ironic tone to it. Perhaps the author was aware even then of the growing power of the matrix and its controllers].