In the centuries ahead, people will think of life in the 21st century asÂ very backward and very outdated. In less than a decade from now, those ofÂ us alive today will be viewed as living in an ancient times. People in the year 2024 will pity us.
Of course, everyone today in the year of 2014 thinks of our lifestyle to be very sophisticated and very modern.
- We can connect with anyone in the world instantly.
- We can fly from New York to London in 5 hours.
- We can drive from San Francisco to New York in 3 days.
What would our great great grandchildren say about life as it was lived in the 21st century? They will say IÂ cannot believe…
- People had to put gas in their cars to makeÂ them move.
- The earth was populated by electrical wiresÂ that ran across polls positioned along the sides of streets.
- Rockets carrying spaceships had to burn fuel to escape theÂ gravitational pull of the earth.
Energy of the Future
The source of energy that will soon fuel cars, planes, trains andÂ rockets (or space ships) in the 22nd century will notÂ rely on gas or coal or nuclear power. What then you ask?
The source of energy that will be soon accessed has always existed. Inventors have yet to figure out how to tap into this universal source of energy. This problem is about to be solved.
What is this source of clean energy that does not depend on gas or coal orÂ nuclear energy? It is derived from the universal energy field that has always existed throughout time and space.
I know what you are probably thinkingÂ right now : Right. Sure. Everyone knows that while there is a source of energy that existsÂ out there (from light or sound for example) it has no where near the powerÂ of strength needed to power a car, plane train or rocket for that matter. To this criticism I say to you – you are dead right. Have I just shot my
argument in the foot so to speak? No I have not my dear friend.
There is a first step that has to be taken to invent a clean source of energy beforeÂ the universal source of energy can be accessed to operate engines,Â household appliances, cars, trains and planes.
What is the initial step that must be taken?
Tune in tomorrow for the answer but please do not hang onto your seats while you wait!
The last thing I want to do is to create stress in your life. The answer has profound consequencesÂ to anyone currently experiencing a chronic illness like Parkinson’s disease!