The Sleeper Awakes: Occult References and Accurate Prophecy

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posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 01:11 PM
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Ok. I'm going to post up a really long blog post I wrote, and I know it is really heavy going, but if someone's got some time to kill I think its really interesting stuff.

I'd love to just copy and paste it straight onto here but its way over the character allowance on this site.

Basically its about H G Wells, a eugenics promoter and member of the Fabian society predicting with almost 100% accuracy everything about the present and near-future society. Its really quite worrying considering this was written in 1910. I also believe this has serious Occult undertones throughout it too, but please, if anyone has the time, I'd love to get some feedback about it.

wyrdnewsuk.blogspot.co.uk...




posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 01:24 PM
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Wasn't the theme of the book also states that the danger of a revolution is that you might replace a despot with another despot?



posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 01:34 PM
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Originally posted by starwarsisreal
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Wasn't the theme of the book also states that the danger of a revolution is that you might replace a despot with another despot?


Yes absolutely, but Wells was a supporter of technocratic world socialism. Going off the theme of the book and knowing his general world view, its more likely that Wells was a supporter of an elite class who Govern everyone whilst the population is blissfully unaware of how leadership actually works.

In other words, he wasn't a supporter of violent revolution but rather gradual world integration with the public still thinking they are free. Which was (and is) exactly what Fabianism is about, of which he was a member for some time.
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posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 01:53 PM
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Well wat do you accept a technocratic New World Order or being run by despot who is once a leader of the anti NWO? Lots of revolution in history ended up with a despot after the fall the TPTB (French Revolution) Here we have patriots who claimed they would stop the TPTB question is are they gonna be despots like Ostrog from the book?

Another funny thing the protagonist is very similar to the main character in Idiocracy (The part where the sleep only to wake up in the future)
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posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by starwarsisreal
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Well wat do you accept a technocratic New World Order or being run by despot who is once a leader of the anti NWO? Lots of revolution in history ended up with a despot after the fall the TPTB (French Revolution) Here we have patriots who claimed they would stop the TPTB question is are they gonna be despots like Ostrog from the book?

Another funny thing the protagonist is very similar to the main character in Idiocracy (The part where the sleep only to wake up in the future)
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I'd rather live with the prospect of occasional war than live in a dictatorship which no one knew existed.

But yeah you are right, this is a bit like an old school Idiocracy, lol.



posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 08:28 PM
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Wow you put a LOT of work into that! I found it rather interesting - he was THE "time travel" author wasn't he? I had an intuitive felling (take that for what it worth) the old Mr. Wells could remote view. Before things like the Stanford Research Institute - and the Monroe Institute - I am sure Hermetic/Occult studies had their own methods/training for leaving the body for a look around?

I think you have stumbled across some truth about this man - it is rather un-nerving to think things like prophesy and remote viewing are real with or without the help of substances. References to this sort of thing are scattered almost every where, usually cloaked in code and allegory.
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posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 05:28 AM
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Wow you put a LOT of work into that! I found it rather interesting - he was THE "time travel" author wasn't he? I had an intuitive felling (take that for what it worth) the old Mr. Wells could remote view. Before things like the Stanford Research Institute - and the Monroe Institute - I am sure Hermetic/Occult studies had their own methods/training for leaving the body for a look around?

I think you have stumbled across some truth about this man - it is rather un-nerving to think things like prophesy and remote viewing are real with or without the help of substances. References to this sort of thing are scattered almost every where, usually cloaked in code and allegory.
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Thank you Little Bird!

Yeah you are right, H G Wells brought a lot of Sci-Fi stuff into the public psyche, The Invisible Man, The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds, Island of Doctor Mureau.They all brought the public ideas that most had never considered.

I think you are right, either there is some form of remote viewing going on here or that the destiny of mankind was predestined over a hundred years ago.

See at first I thought I was going a bit mad drawing all these conclusions together, but there are so many similarities and coincidences that I couldn't ignore it any longer.





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