Der erste Schritt ein Volk zu liquidieren, ist seine Erinnerung auszulöschen. Zerstöre seine Bücher, seine Kultur und seine Geschichte. Danach soll jemand neue Bücher schreiben, eine neue Kultur erzeugen und eine neue Geschichte erfinden. Innerhalb kurzer Zeit wird das Volk vergessen was es war und was es ist. Die Welt ringsherum wird es noch schneller vergessen. (Sefton Delmer)
The problems that beset us today, both existentially and socially, have a date of birth. As I show in my work on Atlantis, we were not always beset by such chronic psychic and social problems. Historically speaking they are recent phenomena. They date to about 13,000 years ago and they do not have to persist. In fact, it is my belief that we are now in the final phase of the old paradigm. The time is coming when both the protagonists and the antagonists in the human drama will be compelled to face the legacy of the past, and the forces that enter their lives to restore balance.
Although I covered some of the key events pertaining to the alien visitation, and subsequent infection of our perfumed planet by their presence, and although I did bring things up to the present “Silicon Age,” I stressed that it was not possible to cover the various exploits and machinations of the visitors throughout history. Space did not permit me to delineate the fascinating story of how the surviving Atlanteans and Lemurians (both descendants of the so-called “Fallen Angels”) toiled to establish new
civilizations after incomprehensibly horrific cataclysms decimated their habitats. It is time now to address the new world that arose in the aftermath of the “Age of Catastrophe.” (Michael Tsarion) (Atlantis, Alien Visitation and Genetic Manipulation)(„Truth Against the World“)
“Conditions of misery, suffering, war, and war profiteering were the incentive and inspiration for my work. I was also motivated by the seeming incompetence of governments, the academic world, and a lack of solutions from scientists. Many fail as generalists because of their over-specialization on limited aspects of social problems. Scientists, politicians, and academicians see problems from inside the system they’re in, which is what’s responsible for the problems in the first place. I am disappointed with those who worry about terra-forming other planets while our own is still full of war, poverty, hunger, and environmental neglect.” (Jacque Fresco)
“The government means industry, if you know what I mean.”
“Our society cannot be maintained by this type of incompetency.” (Jacque Fresco)