Let’s discuss and think about BIG IDEAS!
What’s The Most Amazing Engineering Project Ever?
Perhaps Some Would Say The Creation Of the Universe With the Earth System Inside It…
Perhaps others will not consider that a engineered project, and would look toward earthly matters, such as:
There are too many unknowns about the origins and construction of the many pyramids, thus I will not list it among the mega engineering feats discussed here, and leave it for future discussions.
Is an excellent example of elite planning.
There are detailed archives that reveal the fact that elites do plan projects that last over centuries!
The Great Deception
But, what about considering Civilization as a engineered construct?
Technocracy, SimCity or Global Agenda 21?
* Steering Today’s Civilization
With fast pace shortsightedness and desire for instant gratification so prevalent, I find it rare to discuss projects that last over generations.
I wish to explore this idea today.
The idea that today’s civilization, with the 193 plus nations, being intentionally steered down a specific path toward a planned outcome, is a disturbing discussion.
Globalization and central bank development funds appears to fit the puzzle.
Which may be why so many shy away from discussing the links between Central Banks, New World Order (NWO) and United Nations as a Conspiratorial Threat.
The modern building environment has produced typically accelerated construction periods for Architectural projects – Today, the majority is constructed within 3-5 years of project commencement.
What was the Longest construction project?
A brief internet search reveals these excerpts:
***York Minster Cathedral
There are many medieval cathedrals that has a place on our list, but York Minster is a worthy addition to the top 10 longest construction projects.
Started by the Archbishop Walter de Gray in 1220, construction of this massive project was not completed until 1472. It contains the largest example of medieval stained glass in the world, and is some 520-feet long. Its three towers are each almost 200-feet tall. York Minster was built using purely medieval techniques and equipment, and still took over two centuries of continuous construction to complete. It is a wonderful example of the grand designs and technical skill of medieval craftsmen.
Completed: A.D. 1472
Duration: 252 years
Built in the mid-12th century by the ruler of the Khmer Empire in Cambodia, the central temple was part of a much larger community of buildings that together made up one of the largest preindustrial cities in the world. The 2.2 mile-long outer wall encloses a space of 203 acres, including a moat. The temple itself is part of a series of more than 100 and is built on three rectangular galleries, each one higher than the previous, and is a tribute to the Hindu God Vishnu. Despite being lost to the jungle for many years, this longest construction project remains the finest example of Khmer architecture in the world.
Started: Circa A.D. 802
Completed: Circa A.D. 1220
Duration: 418 years
Few construction projects have the dramatic appearance of Petra, a citadel in the middle of the desert in Jordan, carved straight into the rock. The famous façade is nearly 100-feet wide and 141-feet tall, built by the Nabataeans in the A.D. 1 who had first settled there around 600 B.C. At its peak, Petra may have been home to some 20,000 people, and was a key center of the trade routes of the Near East. Lacking modern tools to cut and shape the rock meant this longest construction project was a far more challenging undertaking, especially given that the Nabataeans were originally a nomadic society.
Started: Circa 600 B.C.
Completed: Circa A.D. 250
Duration: 850 years
What was the Longest construction project in China?
The Great Wall Started around 400 BC, and was still being constructed during the 16th century A.D..
The Great Wall was actually a series of walls constructed by different dynasties over the centuries. Stretching over 4,160 miles at its peak, the wall was guarded by over one million men, protecting the northern border of China against fearsome nomadic raiders. It is estimated that between two and three million men died during its construction. The Great Wall was as much a symbol of imperial power as it was an effective military tool, and is unrivaled to this day as the world’s longest construction project.
Started: Circa 400 B.C.
Completed: Circa A.D. 1600
Duration: 2,000 years
With the awareness that an elite class has institutions that chartered and funded projects that lasted over centuries before completion, we can consider contemporary civilization in this light.
Because building large construction projects are not illegal it is not often considered in discussions about conspiracies.
However the disturbing facts are there for us to witness a pattern that reveals intentional engineering and planning on a vast scale.
The predictive accuracy is too accurate to be an accident.
The video below is a investigative effort revealing a creepy vision of what future was planned for the 21st century (“Space Age”) from around 1966 before public access to the internet, microwave ovens, flat screens, personal computers, online shopping, Email, electronic banking, and other common 21st century consumer technology. They certainly had amazing foresight, or was it a script to be followed with central bank capital investments for development programs?
The video above is the 3rd part of 3 parts, and the details from the other parts are just as revealing as this 3rd part and even more creepy with horror music at a beach setting introduction.
– Code of Silence –
As you search the archives you uncover a lot of hidden truths.
Below is a important video series about elites’ organizations to fund the “Silent War” against citizens.
They go to great lengths to keep secrets:
Speeches that are very threatening to freedom.
The wealthy founder of DAVOS revealed this year in his WEF speech:
“We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before. We do not yet know just how it will unfold, but one thing is clear: the response to it must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all stakeholders of the global polity, from the public and private sectors to academia and civil society.” –Klaus Schwab was born in Germany in 1938, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum.