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I don't believe I would like anyone.

 

How about you folks out there? If you were transported from where you are in time right now, to one hundred years from now, do you think you would like the people?

 

Aside from any obvious cultural/generational changes one could expect, mind you. I'm not asking if you could get along should you need to, either. Just about the humans in general, by that time.

 

And I must add this caveat: This is not about time travel! More about what you think people will be like one hundred or so years from now, compared with your current intelligence and mindset AND seeing how so many in the flock are graciously following orders from Big Bro.

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It probably wouldn't bother me whether I like people or not in 100 years time. I'll just be me and leave people as they are.

There will be addicts and abusers....just like our present day.

Also, by them, I would have developed even more that before anything happens I would know so either I am able to avoid a situation or manipulate a scenario to the outcome that I want.

We may be dressing differently than the Victorian time and people in 100 years will be wearing different clothes etc....but same ol' same ol'. Other than that...nothing changes.

 

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41 minutes ago, chocomel said:

It probably wouldn't bother me whether I like people or not in 100 years time. I'll just be me and leave people as they are.

There will be addicts and abusers....just like our present day.

Also, by them, I would have developed even more that before anything happens I would know so either I am able to avoid a situation or manipulate a scenario to the outcome that I want.

We may be dressing differently than the Victorian time and people in 100 years will be wearing different clothes etc....but same ol' same ol'. Other than that...nothing changes.

 

I appreciate your optimism.

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I don't like anyone right now !!!!

 

You know I was up at 5am sitting in mediation, doing my hourlong qigongs, and then to Aldi for 8am and standing in the queue I just realised that these people are just the same as people a thousand years ago - what has changed?

I'll tell you what has changed - the blue jeans ! 
And the clothes and the merchandise.

Human society is oriented on the spindle of consumer goods.  Blue jeans, red bras, and so on.  In cotton, wool, plastic whatever.

That's what we do and that's all we do as a species.

Even space rockets we manufacture.

We are like industrious little conveyor belt monkeys who furiously assemble whatever in whatever material.

And that's it.

 

Well apart from the emotional masturbation we call culture.

And also going down the pub and drowning our sorrows on ye olde speckled hen, which I happen to like although it gives you a hell of a hangover.

 

MONKEY !
I saw an old episode of this yesterday, I think I might watch the series.  Monkey is a half monkey-man-mad guy who runs around in China in Buddhist times causing so much noise that even Heaven notices and send him a priest to train him in "The Way".

Monkey says "I love to fiiiiigght" !  

Anyway it was pretty cool.

But the aspirations of "Tathagata Buddha" and the priest Tripitaka are a long way away from blue jeans.

Blue jeans are very nice, practical, but they are going into the ground.

I advise you not to go into the ground easily.

After all what's the point of all the organic food that you shop for if at the end you meekly and cowardlily get into the hole the mad monkeys dug for you round back???

 

I always like the end credits, they were sentimental :
 

 

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I think there'll be two very distinct groups. The heart led and the transhumans.

 

I won't like the transhumans that's for sure.

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2 hours ago, rideforever said:

MONKEY !

I saw an old episode of this yesterday, I think I might watch the series.  Monkey is a half monkey-man-mad guy who runs around in China in Buddhist times causing so much noise that even Heaven notices and send him a priest to train him in "The Way".

Monkey says "I love to fiiiiigght" !  

Anyway it was pretty cool.

But the aspirations of "Tathagata Buddha" and the priest Tripitaka are a long way away from blue jeans.

Blue jeans are very nice, practical, but they are going into the ground.

I advise you not to go into the ground easily.

After all what's the point of all the organic food that you shop for if at the end you meekly and cowardlily get into the hole the mad monkeys dug for you round back???

 

I always like the end credits, they were sentimental :

 


... Ahhhhh that's some good mermories there rideforever, showing our age somewhat aren't we? 
Monkey was a massive hit with everyone I knew back in the day, loved it, very funny, silly, and some great slapstick fights, especially loved it when monkey had a piss up one of the gods fingers thinking it was a pillar he was urinating against, then whistled for his cloud to come along.  (At least - that's what I think I remember!)

Gondoora the end theme certainly brings back memories, in particular of sandy,pigsy and monkey...and was that priest/monk.. a girl or a boy?   "it Dunt really matter" as vic and bob might say.
Love the opening themetune/intro too.  What a great bit of silly fun Monkey was eh?


 

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..here's the opening theme bit...  (bit of a 202 filter going on in there at the start)..   (sorry for going off topic kingkitty)..... Yep - in answer to your post -  in all likelyhood everyone is going to be even bigger dickheads than they are already ..if that's possible...  but maybe only if we let ourselves...
I have a positive feeling this is the end of 'their' reign.  So, in 100 years from now ... I'll be dead... and won't give a monkeys either way....  but if I end up coming back, hopefully shit will be well on it's way to straightening out,   Good question thread though.

In the video at 0.40 seconds... father buddha said... "with our thoughts - we make the world".     .....
 

 

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Masako Natsume, the priest ... ess.

Very popular in Japan but died at 27.  She had many fans in Japan and perhaps her delicate and philosophical perspective that the "priest" had came from her real life.

She was buried under the Buddhist name :  Masako Nishiyama

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masako_Natsume

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I've spoke to a LOT of people over the last 3 months (no choice) who have moved on about 40/50 years.

 

They are referring to WW2 and even WW1.

 

They've never seen anything like what this 'silent' WW3 that is going on at the moment.

 

This is why they are trying to kill off the elderly 'silently' (under the guise of COVID 19, NHS, and care homes).

 

HIS-story is created by the dictators.

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14 hours ago, KingKitty said:

I appreciate your optimism.

 

Have you got a gloomy forecast KingKitty?

 

You should live up to your name....King and not a victim.

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5 hours ago, rideforever said:

Masako Natsume, the priest ... ess.

Very popular in Japan but died at 27.  She had many fans in Japan and perhaps her delicate and philosophical perspective that the "priest" had came from her real life.

She was buried under the Buddhist name :  Masako Nishiyama

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masako_Natsume

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Another on for the 27 club? 

 

Do you reckon these are the ones who refuse to go along with the cabal?

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14 minutes ago, chocomel said:

 

Have you got a gloomy forecast KingKitty?

 

You should live up to your name....King and not a victim.

Not sure how taking a pessimistic view on the future would made an individual a victim. Besides, my cat's the King Kitty 😺...that's not his name, he just looks regal when he's not licking his nether regions.

 

I had a bit of an inner rant, yesterday while looking out my window at all the new world people activity outside me window. Trendy restaurant across the street where all the hip, happenin' folks go (they built all this kinda crap around my flat over the last ten years...used to be less hip).

 

Everyone filing out of their expensive vehicles, donning the latest fashion accessory...all hail the glorious Mask! In the background, back to back commercials for masks, hand sanitizers, etc., all warning me about the "new and increasingly dangerous would WE live in today".

 

WE are living in the begining of an Orwellian inspired motion picture. Our current location? Just a moment or two after the opening credits. Of course, this not being an actual movie, WE don't have any beautiful people in spandex and rubber suits coming to our aid. WE just get a bunch of Jokers.

 

Perhaps it's my urban surroundings. Agenda 21 has been very busy around here, squeezing apartments and condos into every nook and cranny it can find. All of which contain living quarters the size of my kitchen at twice my rent. And WE are lined up to get in them!

 

Your earlier reference to Victorian days had me recall the Ken Burns documentary on the Civil War...or Civil War I, as it will become known as soon...and the letters written by some of the soilders on the battlefield, most aged fourteen to seventeen. Their penmanship was impeccable, their vocabulary rich, their letters were deep, sincere, touching.

 

Compare that to letters from most military folks from our modern age. Or, perhaps their Facebook posts? Most of those Civil War children would think we were quite thick, I'm sure. As would your Victorian pals. It's okay. We smell better than they did, and we have phones with cameras, games and porn.

 

My projection is much like the movie I often refer to here at this forum, "Idiocracy". That combined with, "1984", the book or movie for those who'd rather not read. One hundred or so years from now, folks may have pulled out of such states of being, but I'd imagine that would still be some PC driven rubbish.

 

Again, I sincerely appreciate your more optimistic view on things for future humans. And I also appreciate everyone for their comments, as well.

 

Hey, the King Kitty is cool, babies! I don't come to Icke's to rumble and I enjoy views counter to those of mine as much as those who share my views.

 

P.S.,

I know, I said my cat was King Kitty, then I sign off with the whole..."King Kitty is cool..." crap, implying that I am, indeed, the King Kitty. Look, just play along, alright? I have mental issues. That's why I need to get rich so I can be thought of as "eccentric".

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20 minutes ago, kj35 said:

Another on for the 27 club? 

 

Do you reckon these are the ones who refuse to go along with the cabal?

What happens to those who become famous after the age of twenty-seven? Do they have a club?

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37 minutes ago, kj35 said:

They die 

 

 

Yes, I'm aware of the "27 Club". I have all the trading cards. I was referring to people who become famous after the age of 27.

 

What I find interesting is how an overwhelming majority of those famous folks, whose flames flickered oh so briefly, were all very much into taking copious amounts of narcotics and/or alcohol. I wonder if there's some kind of connection to that with any of their deaths.

 

Jim Morrison was one of many frauds in the music industry. Once his mission was through, he lived rich, fat and happy...well past twenty-seven. Jimi was the real deal. Never bought his death, but don't believe it was anything "Illuminated".

 

Read up on the whole Laurel Canyon gang, some day.

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Because...well, just because.
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48 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

Not sure how taking a pessimistic view on the future would made an individual a victim. Besides, my cat's the King Kitty 😺...that's not his name, he just looks regal when he's not licking his nether regions.

 

I had a bit of an inner rant, yesterday while looking out my window at all the new world people activity outside me window. Trendy restaurant across the street where all the hip, happenin' folks go (they built all this kinda crap around my flat over the last ten years...used to be less hip).

 

Everyone filing out of their expensive vehicles, donning the latest fashion accessory...all hail the glorious Mask! In the background, back to back commercials for masks, hand sanitizers, etc., all warning me about the "new and increasingly dangerous would WE live in today".

 

WE are living in the begining of an Orwellian inspired motion picture. Our current location? Just a moment or two after the opening credits. Of course, this not being an actual movie, WE don't have any beautiful people in spandex and rubber suits coming to our aid. WE just get a bunch of Jokers.

 

Perhaps it's my urban surroundings. Agenda 21 has been very busy around here, squeezing apartments and condos into every nook and cranny it can find. All of which contain living quarters the size of my kitchen at twice my rent. And WE are lined up to get in them!

 

Your earlier reference to Victorian days had me recall the Ken Burns documentary on the Civil War...or Civil War I, as it will become known as soon...and the letters written by some of the soilders on the battlefield, most aged fourteen to seventeen. Their penmanship was impeccable, their vocabulary rich, their letters were deep, sincere, touching.

 

Compare that to letters from most military folks from our modern age. Or, perhaps their Facebook posts? Most of those Civil War children would think we were quite thick, I'm sure. As would your Victorian pals. It's okay. We smell better than they did, and we have phones with cameras, games and porn.

 

My projection is much like the movie I often refer to here at this forum, "Idiocracy". That combined with, "1984", the book or movie for those who'd rather not read. One hundred or so years from now, folks may have pulled out of such states of being, but I'd imagine that would still be some PC driven rubbish.

 

Again, I sincerely appreciate your more optimistic view on things for future humans. And I also appreciate everyone for their comments, as well.

 

Hey, the King Kitty is cool, babies! I don't come to Icke's to rumble and I enjoy views counter to those of mine as much as those who share my views.

 

P.S.,

I know, I said my cat was King Kitty, then I sign off with the whole..."King Kitty is cool..." crap, implying that I am, indeed, the King Kitty. Look, just play along, alright? I have mental issues. That's why I need to get rich so I can be thought of as "eccentric".

 

You know what my teacher would say to you....Cherish your 'mental issues' and I believe you really can.

Unfortunately, you are not that unique in a sense that many people have mental issues these days but what could make you unique is that what you do with your 'mental issues'.

He usually gives real example of people and if I start looking, yeah there are amazing disabled people making millions!! You should look for inspiring people like that. You'll make it if that's what you really want.

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100 years from now, human beings will be so disconnected from the natural environment they won't have a clue what nature really is or how it was for us 100 years earlier.  All food will be GMO and controlled by one giant multi-national corporation.  Energy will be cheap to make, but it will be tightly controlled with each person allowed so many BTU's per month based on their social score.  All information and "news" will be filtered through one central information center, and the masses will be conditioned to react to it like a button was pushed that made them all do the same thing at the same time, without anyone questioning anything, because years of programming has shown all of them what happens to people who question.  Medicine will appear to be totally socialized and fair, but behind the curtain so to speak, there will be different levels of medicine depending on each level's privilege.  Most of humanity will be corralled within huge metropolis like cities, while the privileged class enjoy the clean air and quiet of the countryside that they gentrified for themselves.  Each person will wear a personal communication/information device that will also be used to track every person's location, movement, etc., including an assortment of real-time health data, all monitored, collated, analyzed and controlled through a central data hub running various AI's.  National govts will be just figureheads used as liaisons between a global central committee and the people.  Oh man, I could go on but it's depressing me.  I saw much of this when I had my NDE and it left me depressed and suffering with anxiety for quite a while.

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20 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

100 years from now, human beings will be so disconnected from the natural environment they won't have a clue what nature really is or how it was for us 100 years earlier.  All food will be GMO and controlled by one giant multi-national corporation.  Energy will be cheap to make, but it will be tightly controlled with each person allowed so many BTU's per month based on their social score.  All information and "news" will be filtered through one central information center, and the masses will be conditioned to react to it like a button was pushed that made them all do the same thing at the same time, without anyone questioning anything, because years of programming has shown all of them what happens to people who question.  Medicine will appear to be totally socialized and fair, but behind the curtain so to speak, there will be different levels of medicine depending on each level's privilege.  Most of humanity will be corralled within huge metropolis like cities, while the privileged class enjoy the clean air and quiet of the countryside that they gentrified for themselves.  Each person will wear a personal communication/information device that will also be used to track every person's location, movement, etc., including an assortment of real-time health data, all monitored, collated, analyzed and controlled through a central data hub running various AI's.  National govts will be just figureheads used as liaisons between a global central committee and the people.  Oh man, I could go on but it's depressing me.  I saw much of this when I had my NDE and it left me depressed and suffering with anxiety for quite a while.

 

That's really gloomy mot. :classic_sad:

100 years is a long time in our time scale though not for aliens.

Remember Victorian time and how we dressed etc?

Whilst you could say things are fast moving, you have not included any of unheard of technology which are actually good for us etc....

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54 minutes ago, chocomel said:

 

That's really gloomy mot. :classic_sad:

100 years is a long time in our time scale though not for aliens.

Remember Victorian time and how we dressed etc?

Whilst you could say things are fast moving, you have not included any of unheard of technology which are actually good for us etc....

 

Yeah, and I was just re-reading what I posted.  I have this feeling suddenly that what I posted was not 100 years from now, but no more than 20.

 

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3 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

 

Yeah, and I was just re-reading what I posted.  I have this feeling suddenly that what I posted was not 100 years from now, but no more than 20.

 

OH...that's even more gloomier....

It gets worse by post mot. 🤣

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A hundred years from now they won’t have a clue about what happened 100 years previously, everything will be deleted and rewritten. There probably won’t be any statues left either.

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11 minutes ago, Beachcomber said:

A hundred years from now they won’t have a clue about what happened 100 years previously, everything will be deleted and rewritten. There probably won’t be any statues left either.

 

There will be statues of Gates, Zuckerberg and Kurzweil, and huge pictures of them on the faces of buildings.

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