IN 1986, ARTHUR C. CLARKE PREDICTED WORLD WAR III TO BEGIN JUST AFTER SUMMER EQUINOX OF 2018.

 

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It’s now 2017! What a fascinating time it is to reflect upon the visions of Arthur C. Clarke’s future that were published in 1986 in his book of 21st century forecasts July 20, 2019 !! A future that is now!! Re-reading this book now is fun, guys!! A LOT of the shit Clarke envisioned has now come true!! Especially his ideas on advanced electronic applications, cyborg-like bio-neurological implants, and future psychiatric treatment equipped with drugs galore! But there is also A LOT that he didn’t forsee!! For instance, the Internet is hardly mentioned. And, in the most fascinating conclusion to his book of predictions in my opinion which depicts his vision of how… and WHEN… World War III will initiate, Russia is still the U.S.S.R. in the 21st century (still considering the forecast was made in the mid-eighties). Still, though, his foretelling of World War III is eerie and creepy to read now when getting a chance to compare predictions made with modern-day actualities. And, perhaps not ironically, yet definitely dark, is now pondering upon the very day World War III begins in Arthur C. Clarke’s vision of the future, One year before the date mentioned in the book’s title: July 20, 2018. -MIKE EYE

5 replies

  1. I’d like to read your Natal Chart 😉 I write about the Vast, Transformational Change of the Era of the Transformers (early 20-somethings especially) which runs from Mar 2016-2018 roughly. Though the change will continue.

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