Welcome to 2015! If Hollywood is to be believed (specifically the film “Back to the Future – Part 2”), this is the year that we should all be wearing self-lacing shoes, self-drying jackets and our pants inside out! More interestingly, the film also suggested that everybody would have access to a whole wealth of advanced technology such as: anti-gravity vehicles, incredibly accurate weather prediction (possibly weather modification), and free energy (certainly in the form of Mr Fusion!) If we adhere to the doctrines and dogmas of the mainstream scientific “P.R.” machine (and, by extension, the façade of perception managed/socially engineered everyday “life”), then very little that was predicted in the film has come to pass. Some people will point out the accuracy of the communication and entertainment based technology (such as large plasma screen TVs on every wall of our homes) in the film, but the similarities seemingly end there. I find it curious that the perceived “great leaps and bounds” of technological innovation during the last several decades have been largely entertainment (or should I say “distraction”) based. To understand the implications of this, you need look no further than the machinations of social engineering outfits like The Tavistock Institute and the designs espoused in the works of writers like Tavistock futurist Aldous Huxley – specifically his novel “Brave New World”.
The reality of existence is that most things are allusion and illusion, designed to misinform our sense of certainty and distort our sense of normalcy. Films like the “Back to the Future” trilogy act like a proverbial “double blind”. The technology that really does exist in the world is well beyond that which we perceive to exist and probably beyond those imagined in the world of Hollywood. Those of us who try to stay informed with alternative forms of knowledge know this to be true. I personally began to glean a little understanding of this subject when I became aware of the life and works of scientific pioneer Nikola Tesla about 20 years ago. He, for me, is one of several touchstones of research into the free energy subject. Over the years since, I have learned that those points of reference were only the beginning of my journey down the proverbial “rabbit hole” of research – particularly upon discovering the research of John Hutchison and Dr. Judy Wood’s ground-breaking book “Where Did the Towers Go?” (See: http://www.drjudywood.com/ ) The term “free energy” is something of a misnomer these days as it is often used to obscure the true implications of the subject – particularly when it comes to investigating the use of directed free-energy technology on 9/11. In any case, these technologies do exist. Never doubt that they do. Their existence has been protected and hidden from the prying eyes of the majority of humanity for a long time. In the spirit of 2015 and looking to the future, I would suggest that people take up the challenge of informing themselves of the reality of this subject. Andrew Johnson has used a wonderful phrase to some up this subject: “Infinite Energy – But not for the Masses.” (See: http://www.checktheevidence.co.uk/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=314&Itemid=55 )
It is time for this paradigm to change, so that the shape of everybody’s future can be remoulded for the better.