In this interview, Wayne Jett discusses H.G. Wells’ Elite Manifesto and how it was received at the time of its release at the turn of the 20th century. He also describes how the book has been used as a roadmap for specific elites to follow as a means of implementing societal changes. This will surely be information that is not taught in school. Learn more about Wayne Jett and his book “The Fruits of Graft” at Classical Capital.
During his extraterrestrial encounters, Rael received a series of messages that touch on all aspects of human life. Whether your interest lies in ancient history, modern science, UFOs, religious scriptures or even sci-fi, you’ll gain new perspective from taking the time to read them. This video summarizes some of the main points conveyed to Rael.
1984 is a movie made in 1956 that was adapted from the novel of the same name by George Orwell. Directed by Michael Anderson, the actors and actresses featured in the film included Edmond O’Brien, Donald Pleasence, Jan Sterling, and Michael Redgrave.
During the depths of the Great Depression in 1933, H. G. Wells wrote his science fiction novel called the “The Shape of Things to Come” that speculated on future events until the year 2106. His novel echoes his long-held view of a one world, socialist state that would rise up out of the ashes of endless war to save humanity. Three years later, London Film Productions would adapt Wells’ novel into a movie called “Things to Come.” As an eerie coincidence, Wells’ prediction of the start of a Second World War in 1940 was off by only a few months.
In part two of this studio interview recorded in Toronto, Canada in Oct 2011, Judyth Vary Baker, author of “Me and Lee” and “David Ferrie: Mafia Pilot,” offers her personal recollection of the people, places, and events leading up to the assassination of President Kennedy on Nov 22, 1963.