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In ancient Rome, caesars proclaimed themselves to be gods … divine beings of incomparable power and authority. From

Augustus forward, Roman society “worshipped several gods and demi-gods who had been human, and knew the theory that all the gods had originated as human beings.” (Wikipedia: Imperial cult; ancient Rome)

In contemporary history, even Adolph Hitler, who was known for being anti-religion across the board, “abandoned himself entirely to megalomania and the ‘sin of hybris,’ an exaggerated self-pride, believing himself to be more than a man. Once the war was over, Hitler wanted to root out and destroy the influence of the churches, though until then he would be circumspect for political reasons.” (Wikipedia: Religious Views of Adolph Hitler)

We bring this up in the context of this website to make a greater point … that being: Is the world becoming one huge transparent society? In a world moving ever rapidly in the current of advancing surveillance technology as to render every person on earth totally transparent to every other person on earth, what’s the likelihood of a global leader coming forth one day to declare himself to be God, and having the omnipresent technology available to prove it?

Indeed, even the ancient prophets of the Bible predict the day when a world leader would come who “will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.” (2 Thessalonians 2:4; see also Daniel 11:36). Any hope to succeed in such a ruse would require his command of such divine attributes as omnipotence, omniscience and omnipresence. Through today’s advent of omniveillant and ubiquitous technologies, the reality of an overtly pervasive and intrusive State is closer to fact than it is fiction.

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This site is hosted and edited by Wallace Wood, a “futurist” news journalist, speaker and author. Aside from numerous newspaper and magazine articles, he has authored two books on the future:

Cashless Society bookCashless Society: A World Without Money (1974)
Wally’s first book addressed the realities of a world in the “next century” (21st) in which money as we know it would be replaced by an all-digital economy … where cash, checks and coins would be replaced by “digit dollars.” He predicted a world where all financial transactions would be overseen by a central computer (“CenCom”) … which has become today’s “Internet” (World Wide Web)

Embedded Internet bookThe Embedded Internet: The Final Evolution (2000)

“The day will come when the Internet will be attached to everything you touch and everything that touches you.” That was in 1999/2000. With the advent of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and the consequential Internet of Things (IoT), that world is now here.

Along with this particular site, he also hosts these sites and social pages:

Wally produces and presents multimedia presentations suitable for any audience. His focus is in tracking global technological trends and their impact on the social, political and economic order of our times.

For more information on having Wally speak before your organization, email, or call 713.560.3348.

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