September 21, 1866 - August 13, 1946
H. G. Wells was torn between 2 visions - one of salvation and one of doom (duality). He predicted that if humanity did not change its ways, it would destroy itself. We have come to realize this is a common prophecy in our grid consciousness. Throughout time, the early part of the twenty-first century has been named as the Age of Prophecy, when something happens that moves humanity to a more enlightened space. This acceleration is enhanced by the rapid increases in the Age of Technology something Wells also foresaw.
H. G. Wells forecasted the twentieth century so vividly and accurately he became known as "The Man Who Invented Tomorrow". He saw super highways, overcrowded cities, military use of airplanes and the bombing of cities. In 1911 he forecast the atomic bomb and other weapons of mass destruction, that terrified him. His final vision in 1933 was of an apocalyptic world war.
Spiritually, he prophesied a new consciousness emerging, spearheaded by a visionary elite who would take control of the weapons of war and create a global state, pacifying and leading humanity to a new world. By the second decade of the twenty-first century he envisioned a peaceful world liberated from old hatreds and adorned with scientific marvels.
Writing at the end of the 19th century, Wells pioneered science fiction - his greatest vision - time travel.
The Time Machine is a novel first published in 1895 and later directly adapted into at least two films of the same name as well as at least one television and a large number of comic book adaptations. It indirectly inspired many more works of fiction in all media. Considered by many to be one of the greatest science fiction novels of all time, this 38,000 word novella is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposefully and selectively. The term "time machine", coined by Wells, is now universally used to refer to such a vehicle.
H. G. Wells' Biography Wikipedia
HG Wells on Google: which of his predictions came true? Telegraph.co.uk - September 22, 2009
H.G. Wells Predictions Ring True, 143 Years Later National Geographic - September 22, 2009
H.G. Wells: 9 Predictions That Have, And Haven't, Come True National Geographic - September 22, 2009
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