Aldous Huxley's Dystopian Vision Coming True
July 19, 2014
Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" (1931) was not so much science fiction as prophecy based on the author's insider knowledge of Illuminati plans. We have the privilege of living in a world that is starting to morph into Huxley's.
by Cornelius B
from March 19, 2013
In Huxley's "Brave New World" everyone is encouraged to watch television and consume the ubiquitous drug Soma. Soma is a hallucinogenic that replicates religious experiences, eliminating God and the need for religion. Soma and television are complementary.
TV is the most efficient means for brainwashing and controlling society. Television has a "magical effect", one of excitement, of induction of sensations of pleasure and inflaming the imagination. TV is not imposed by force on people; it is desired by the population.
Recreational sex is also an integral part of society. According to "The World State" (New World Order Government), sex is a social activity, not a means of reproduction, and sexual activity, including homosexuality, is encouraged from early childhood. Fertile women are conditioned to use birth control.
The maxim "everyone belongs to everyone else" (sexually) is repeated often, and the idea of a "family" is considered pornographic. Love and emotional relationships are rendered obsolete because they are no longer needed.
Marriage, natural birth, parenthood, and pregnancy are considered too obscene to be mentioned in casual conversation. Thus, "society has advanced to a new level of sexual comprehension".
The population is limited to no more than two billion people,
and everyone is promised happiness. Natural reproduction has been
done away with, and children are decanted and raised in "Hatcheries"
and "Conditioning Centres." No more family relationship; no more
mothers and fathers; no more grand parents, brothers and sisters; no
cousins, no uncles and aunts, no more family.
In this "satanic idealization" of the human future, totally cut-off from God and healthy human nature, the population of the world is "unified" under "The World State", where the promise is an eternally peaceful, stable global society in which goods and resources are plentiful.
TEST TUBE REPRODUCTION
Society is divided into five
castes. The highest caste is allowed to develop
naturally while it matures in its "decanting bottle" (this
is the cast of the the rulers), while the lower castes are treated to
chemical interference to cause arrested development in intelligence
and physical growth.
The castes are Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons, with each caste further split into "Plus" and "Minus" members. Each Alpha or Beta is the product of one fertilized egg developing into one foetus. The rest are clones obtained from the splitting of one embryo 96 times. One ovary may produce thousands of artificial children.
This artificial production of specialized children bolsters the termite-modeled programming of the society.EDUCATION
The "hypnopaedic process" is the process in which they teach the embryos all the lessons "THEY" want them to know. Children are conditioned from birth to value consumption with such platitudes as "buy a new one instead of fixing the old one", etc.
In The World State, people die at age 60 (people are "mind grafted" to accept euthanasia, -- premature death). Death isn't feared; anyone reflecting upon it is reassured by the knowledge that everyone is happy, and that society goes on. Since no one has family, they have no ties to mourn.Citizens participate in mock religious services called Solidarity Services, in which they consume large quantities of Soma and sing hymns; the ritual progresses through group hypnosis and climaxes in an orgy of sexual perversity, just as in the "satanic mass."
Interestingly, though Huxley's "Brave New World" was originally published in 1932, the illustration on the cover of the first edition dust jacket looks uncannily like the flag of the United Nations, below, which didn't come into existence until 15 years later. Your readers can decide if this is just a coincidence, or, it was, in fact, all part of a larger plan
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