3 Transhumanism

Smart Cities and the Venus Project

What will the future, post Singularity cities, look like? At this point, do we have a clue? Yes, we do have a clue because this is already in the planning, and as is the norm for the moment, the Controllers keep us informed, if we only know where to look and how to interpret the information that we are given.

One of the prospects out there, showing how they might want to set up these cities, is the Venus Project. The following is a brief summary of what this project allegedly stands for (my emphasis in italic),


Very briefly, The Venus Project is an organization that proposes a feasible plan of action for social change, a holistic global socio-economic system called a Resource Based Economy; that works towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. It outlines an alternative to strive towards where human rights are not only paper proclamations but also way of life.

The Venus Project presents a vision not of what the future will be, but what it can be if we apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. It calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture in which the age-old problems of war, poverty, hunger, debt, and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as unavoidable, but as totally unacceptable.

Anything less will result in a continuation of the same catalog of problems found in today’s world. The Venus Project presents an alternative vision for a sustainable world civilization unlike any political, economic or social system that has gone before.

It envisions a time in the near future when money, politics, self and national interest have been phased out. Although this vision may seem idealistic, it is based upon years of study and experimental research. It spans the gamut from education, transportation, clean sources of energy to total city systems.

The way this is written, it probably sounds pretty good to many people, but contemplating what we’ve learned thus far, the Venus Project fits right into the Agenda. This project has attracted significant media attention since it started, and I have little doubt that the architect, who designed this project, is working on behalf of the Administrators and the Overlords.

There is a reason, why I believe this to be the case, and I will show you soon. The visionary and the architect of the Venus Project is Jacque Fresco, who died 2017 age 101.

Fresco argued that it would be too costly to remodel the old cities we already have, so instead they want to build something entirely new and futuristic to emphasize the new beginning of this new world civilization.

The Venus Project is a model of a Smart City; something I also wrote about in the Wes Penre Papers. Ideally having a new monetary system in place (the Venus Project website refers to Resource Based Economy), the entire project seems like a utopia come true. However, the resources must come from somewhere in order to be able to build Smart Cities around the world.

The solution is, according to this project, a One World Governance of a One World Economy, where all parts of the world contribute to pay for these Smart Cities; e.g. if a certain country needs a Smart City, the entire world will contribute financially to build it. Countries will probably still exist, but they may become more as provinces in a global Super State.

Fig 3-4: Smart City of Venus Project design. (Source: The Venus Project). It looks very similar to certain drawings of an ancient city from Atlantis.

These Smart Cities, as the plans go, will be populated with a new human species that are cyborgs—half human and half machine and infested with AI. The remaining fully biological humans, who refuse to be part of the Singularity, can’t live in these cities by default—they will be outcasts.

Life in those cities will be so different from life outside the cities that based on our human standards of ethics and morals, you and I would find ourselves in a nightmare if we lived in them, side by side with a great number of super-intelligent hive-minded cyborgs. We wouldn’t be able to intellectually function there.

The goal is to make cyborgs a billion times more intelligent, than the most intelligent human who has ever lived (more about this later). There is no place for biological humans in this synthetic environment.

The Venus Project is heavily sugar-coating its vision; particularly mentioning George Orwell’s 1984 and the Terminator movies as fearful propaganda, but the Venus Project is, on the other hand, promoting what it calls a Cybernetic Government, where everything is computerized and highly technological. Remember, this is the foundation for the cyborg society, and it’s planned in a manner that will be more or less self-sufficient, overseen by a highly advanced computer network.

We have all seen the science-fiction movies, usually set far out in the future, and having futuristic city models. The new Smart Cities will look very similar to the ones we’re already used to seeing in these kind of movies; we have been well-prepared and programmed, so that nothing seems to stand out as being entirely new.

Instead people will have an inner recognition, when they see pictures of those Smart Cities, and they will have an epiphany, where they might say, “Ah, I’ve seen similar cities before. They were in (so and so) movie!” The architecture will already be familiar to the population in general.

Moreover, the Venus Project suggests, that people in desert areas will be living underground. There will even be cities in the sea; something that’s also presented by the Venus Project, and it shows pictures of these cities on their website.

The presentation of the Venus Project is, in my opinion, also a test of how well we can use our discernment. Many of those who go through the Venus Project’s website look at all these futuristic pictures, absorb the same vision as those in charge of the project, and might find it rather exciting and attractive. However, if we look behind the curtain, we find the Wizard of Oz lurking and manipulating.

Fig 3-5: Smart City architecture (Source: The Venus Project).

The Venus Project is the brain-child of Jacque Fresco, who is sharing his vision with the world. However, can we say for sure whether this a unique project by a true visionary, or whether it’s something that is originating from intelligent, manipulative beings not-from-here? A little research might give the answer (my emphasis),

In the “sustainable new world civilization,” Fresco notes in an online video that “there will be no families.” Plus, “children are a pain in the [rear end]” anyway, he said. Overpopulation and global warming, among other things, “threaten each of us,” the organization claims on its website.

[The Venus Project] calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture,” the site notes in its frequently-asked-questions section. “It envisions a time in the near future when money, politics, self- and national-interest have been phased out.”

To solve the problems, “we must declare Earth and all of its resources the common heritage of all of the world’s people,” it concludes, echoing the terminology of internationalists the world over, especially those at the United Nations, about how to redistribute the world’s wealth in areas such as the law of the sea, outer space law, environmental law, human rights, and humanitarian law. [Zeitgeist and the Venus Project]

Fig 3-6: Jacque Fresco, Founder of the Venus Project.

By simply excluding children from the equation, Fresco is taking population reduction and the splitting of the family unit to a new level. Everybody understands that humanity can’t survive without children, so a super-controlled cyborg society would be the only other option. After all, Fresco does mention the term Cybernetic Government, as I revealed earlier.

Also, Fresco is not shy to express his views, which are not short of hinting at a totalitarian society on a global level (again, my emphasis in italics. Fresco’s statements here are quite stunning and remarkable).

At his lecture in Sweden, in response to a question from this correspondent about, what would guide production in the absence of prices, Fresco said it again, referring to the act of thinking as a privilege. “If you give everybody a right to their own opinion, you damage society,” he claimed.

In the interview with The New American, he emphasized the point yet again. “Giving everybody a right to their own opinion is dangerous,” he said, adding that in the future, people could access all sorts of information, but not opinions. [Ibid.]

It should be sufficient to end the Venus Project discussion here, because there is little doubt, whose errand Fresco is running. There is much more to say about this project, but the reason I am bringing it up at all is because it’s a typical example of how we need to use our intuition and discernment.

Something that is presented as exciting and benevolent on the surface might have a much darker side to it, and it’s up to us to become clever enough (I don’t want to use the word smart here for obvious reasons) to see through this on a regular basis—indeed, it’s crucial for our survival as a human species and as free-thinking spirits. This becomes even more important when we read that the Venus Project is getting a very positive response from people who have listened to Fresco’s lectures, as well as others who have come in contact with his ideas.

It is on its way to potentially becoming a grassroots movement. This is rather discouraging because with a positive response to such an obviously dangerous project, we notice how the human tendency to filter out what we don’t want to hear is something the Controllers are well aware of and are playing on when Fresco boldly is revealing the entire Overlord agenda in public—here is the truth in plain sight, and people are getting positively excited over their own extinction.

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