Science Fiction - Projects and Visions

In Search of Z

Paramount, Brad Pitt to find 'The Lost City of Z'

Variety - April 3, 2008
Pitt's next film is "The Time Traveler's Wife," set for release in November.
Brad Pitt is born on December 18th which links to 2012 Prophecies.

Percy Fawcett

In Search of Z ...

"2012 The Alchemy of Time"

The screenplay version of my book is still being shopped around Hollywood with a positive outlook and more representation. Lots of energy to get it out there, but as it is big budget movie in a really bad economy, which also affects the entertainment industry, only the creators will be able to bring this to fruition, though I must tell you everyone who has read the script, from studio heads to agents, loves it. We just need the right 'fit', or perhaps have currently found it.

With that on my mind, as I was about to fall asleep Wednesday night, I was instantly taken to the opening of a film ... It was the most real vision I've had since I created the first draft of "Sarah and Alexander" in 1989.

Thursday morning I was relaying my vision to Ron, when Z told me to look outside at the street below. I saw a cross created by sunlight cast between 2 vehicles.

When Z shows me a cross, in any form, even on my steamed up bathroom mirror, it represents a major force in overcoming obstacles for me. 4 is an important number having to do with, 'X', the X Box of Experience, Above and Below merging in time, the Hourglass Effect, Z, closure of the program, and the evolution of consciousness.

The Star of David goes to Merkabah -- the movement of consciousness in and out of the program, balance.

The metaphors of my vision and the image on the ground, should be self-evident to you if you read my blogs. I hope this cross means that the screenplay will find its producer. (more metaphors)

Jules Verne - Man and Machine

Jules Verne, an Aquarian, was a French author who pioneered the science-fiction genre. He is best known for his novels Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873). Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before air travel and practical submarines were invented, and before any means of space travel had been devised. He is the third most translated author in the world, according to Index Translationum. Some of his books have been made into films. Verne, along with H. G. Wells, is often popularly referred to as the "Father of Science Fiction".

From Corporate to Creative

When Jules Verne bragged to a coworker one morning in 1863 that he would soon be leaving his job in the financial markets of Paris for a 'gold mine' in a brand new writing career, little did he know that he was changing the future. Surely he knew he was changing his own destiny, but there is no way he could have realized the profound effect he would have on the modern world, and especially on the late 20th century. Leaving his pursuit of capitalism in the fury of the trading floor to cash in as a science fiction writer, he would herald the dawn of a new world - one with exciting new inventions bringing adventure, leisure and a bright hope for the future of mankind. Unlike any other author before or since, Jules Verne went on to write more than 60 novels that would influence the scientific community of the 20th century.

While H.G. Wells, George Orwell and Aldous Huxley predicted gloom and doom for a society advancing too fast in the technological realm, Verne is known mainly for romanticizing the dream of a world with airplanes, helicopters, televisions, computers, automobiles, air conditioning and motion pictures. He envisioned space flight and trips to the moon, guided missiles, skyscrapers of glass and steel, global communications networks, and submarines carrying hundreds of men miles below the surface of the sea. He predicted with startling accuracy all of these inventions, and the things that would be accomplished by them, long before they became reality. Verne's writings greatly influenced Yuri Gagarin, the first person in space, and Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon. The inventor of the bathysphere, William Beebe, would cite Verne as his primary inspiration, as would polar explorer Admiral Richard Byrd.

It is amazing how much of what he wrote became reality - not just his predictions of what technologies would emerge, but the specifics of how they would be deployed. Clearly he understood science in a way that gave him remarkable foresight regarding both the feats that were possible and the elements that were necessary to accomplish them.

In his books about space travel, Verne launched his spacecraft from the central coast of Florida, not far from Cape Canaveral, and landed it just three miles from where Apollo 11 splashed down on its return from the moon in 1969. He correctly calculated the velocity required for his spaceship to escape earth's gravitation and accurately described the effects of weightlessness on his astronauts. He also realized that the reentry of the craft would be fiery as it streaked through the earth's atmosphere.

Some believe that many of these insights were self-fulfilling. This may very well be the case; Verne exerted considerable influence on those scientists and engineers who pioneered space flight, including Hermann Oberth and Konstantin Tsiolkovski.

Perhaps it is so with many prophecies and predictions about society and technological progress. Do they in fact provide the seeds of their own fulfillment? When people of vision imagine what mankind is capable of accomplishing, do those of succeeding generations pick up the prophet's mantle and make it so? Jules Verne himself seemed to think so. Verne once said, "Whatever one man is capable of imagining, other men will prove themselves capable of realizing."

   Jules Verne ATV: Robot space truck docks with ISS

BBC - April 3, 2008

Jules Verne ATV Wikipedia

From Jules Verne we travel back in time and below the sea with Tiye and Dee.

Dee's Show Think 13 Live

Once Upon an Egyptian Time ...

... the centuries and dynasties flowed like the waters of the Nile, linked to stories of a great pantheon of gods and goddesses who created it all as a playground of experience. Powerful kingdoms emerged along with those who came to power, soul aspects of these creational forces in a magical wonderland called Egypt on Earth. The 18th (9) Dynasty brought to power some of the more prominent players, two of whom remained unknown until their existence seemed to suddenly emerge out of obscurity (programmed inserts) -- Queen Hatshepsut and Pharaoh Akhenaten. Then there were the Thutmoses, the Amenhoteps, Tutankhamun (King Tut), among others.

Within this dynasty we find Queen Tiye the Royal Great Wife of Amenhotep III, mother of Akhenaten, and grandmother of King Tutankhamun. The stories go on and on ... and get confusing as to who married who in each royal family. Details remain unknown in many cases, along with the mystery school teachings the ancient Egyptian priests and priestesses hid that would not awaken until this timeline when all things come full circle and human consciousness understands that "Reality is a Hologram."

Queen Tiye & Amenhotep III

Intact Colossus of Egypt's Queen Tiye Found

National Geographic - April 1, 2008

King Tutankhamen

The Hologram - Projected Illusion Through the Eye

Reality is ... Myth, Math, Metaphor, Magic and Mystery

Goddess Energies and Amazing Photos

The Goddess, Waterfalls, Cone Shapes and Metaphors ... Back to Space

South of Orion
NASA - April 6, 2008

This tantalizing array of nebulae and stars can be found about 2 degrees south of the famous star-forming Orion Nebula. The region abounds with energetic young stars producing jets and outflows that push through the surrounding material at speeds of hundreds of kilometers per second. The interaction creates luminous shock waves known as Herbig-Haro (HH) objects. For example, the graceful, flowing arc just right of center is cataloged as HH 222, also called the Waterfall Nebula, HH 401, which has a distinctive cone shape. The entire cosmic vista spans over 30 light-years, near the edge of the Orion molecular cloud complex some 1,500 light-years distant.

Wisps Surrounding the Horsehead Nebula
NASA April 6, 2008

Orion Horse Nebula -- Osiris - Isis

Tuesday, April Fool's Day, I received the following humorous email. My comments are in (parenthesis).