H.G. Wells

Herbert George Wells was a British propaganda writer of the Fabian Society, used by MI6 to make war propaganda for Wellington House of Charles Masterman. His book War of the Worlds was used for a media hoax about an alien invasion by Orson Welles, studied by Hadley Cantril at Princeton.

He was a student of Aldous Huxley.

He wrote for Cosmopolitan of Hearst with Annie Besant (Theosophical Society).

He was a member of the Coefficients of Fabian Sidney Webb with Bertrand Russell, politician Edward Grey (New Liberalism), Leo Amery (Milner Group, father of nazi John Amery and Julian Amery CCF), Alfred Milner (Milner Group, Secretary of State for the Colonies), Henry Birchenough (Victoria League of Violet Milner-Cecil), Leopold Maxse (National Review), William Hewins (director of the LSE), Richard Haldane (Secretary of State of War), Halford Mackinder (director of the LSE), James Louis Garvin (The Observer of David Astor with George Orwell), William Pember Reeves (National Bank of New Zealand, director of the LSE), Clinton Edwards Dawkins (JP Morgan & Co, related to atheist Richard Dawkins).

He was a member of The Other Club of Winston Churchill with Oswald Mosley, Arnold Bennett (HOGD), Aristotle Onassis.

He worked at Wellington House with Alfred Harmsworth (or Lord Northcliffe, Daily Mail, married to Mary Milner, Alfred Milner in the Royal Institute of International Affairs with Robert Cecil), Harold Harmsworth (Lord Rothermere, The Times), William Archer (supporter of Bernard Shaw), Arnold Bennett and jesuit AC Doyle (HOGD), Rudyard Kipling and Edward Bernays (related to Sigmund Freud).

In 1920 he visited jesuit Joseph Stalin in Russia with Fabian George Bernard Shaw and wrote Russia in the Shadows. Stalin would use the Fabian scorched earth technique on the army of Adolf Hitler.

In 1928 he wrote The Open Conspiracy to announce the Luciferian world religion, met with pm of the UK Lloyd George, Harold MacMillan. Gerald Heard (mentor of Aldous Huxley and Henry Luce of Time) set up the HG Wells Society with Sylvia Plankhurst (friend of Austin Osman Spare, daughter of Emmeline Plankhurst who founded the Independant Labour Party), Eden Paul (communist, advocate of eugenics).

Wells wrote for The Realist of Gerald Heard with Aldous Huxley, Arnold Bennett and Zionist Harold Laski (LSE, Frankfurt School) and for Saturday Review with GB Shaw, Oscar Wilde, Robert Cecil, Frank Harris (Crowley's A.A.).

In 1929 he wrote The Science of Life with his son GP Wells and Julian Huxley (WWF, United Nations, brother of Aldous Huxley). GP Wells became a Fellow of the Royal Society.

In 1932 he founded the Progressive League with CEM Joad, Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley, Cecil agent Cyril Burt, Barbara Wooton (British Sociological Association), Kingsley Martin (The New Statesman of Fabian Society).

The same year he co-founded Nation Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) with Kingsley Martin, Clement Attlee (LSE, pm of UK), EM Forster, Harold Laski, Rebecca West (friend of Allen Dulles, covered the fake Nuremberg trial). It was promoted in The Times and The Guardian. It later advocated the decriminalisation of incest and pedophilia and pushed the gay agenda with Stonewall. Patricia Hewitt of the NCCL was a member of the administration of Fabian Tony Blair. Shami Chakrabarti of the NCCL worked for Jeremy Corbyn.

In 1938 Orson Welles (=Wells, 5/9 like Fabian Tony Blair) and CBS used his novel to experiment with media hoaxes.

In 1939 he wrote The New World Order, published by Frederic Warburg (Information Research Department with George Orwell). The New World Order phrase was later used by George W Bush and Gordon Brown, Ted Turner's wrestling league and became a cliché in the Conspiracy Church. The declaration of human rights in the book were the blueprint of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN world state.

He had an affair with Elizabeth von Arnim, married to Bertrand Russell's brother, Fabian Frank Russell, a close friend of George Santayana, teacher at Harvard of Walter Lippmann, WEB Du Bois (NAACP), Zionist Horace Kallen (ACLU).

He corresponded with Joseph Conrad (Heart of Darkness, Apocalypse Now). He contributed to Horizon magazine of Stephen Spender.

During the WW2 ritual Winston Churchill used the gathering storm phrase of War of the Worlds to describe the rise of Adolf Hitler's nazi Germany.

He helped announcing the fake Nuremberg trial through an open letter in the British press with George Orwell, Arthur Koestler (CCF), CEM Joad (Fabian Society), which cited the Dewey Comission of John Dewey.

 

Asrtological chart

born 9/21/1866, date Stephen King, Liam Gallagher, Leonard Cohen, Henry Stimson, Nicole Richie, Bill Murray.

Asc: Aquarius, mc: Sagittarius. Dom: Aquarius (the Star), Virgo, Cancer - Uranus (alien, sudden shock), Moon, Mercury.

Houses 7, 1, 5. 7: Sun and Mercury in Virgo, 1: Moon in Aquarius, 5: Mars and Uranus in Cancer.

died 8/13/1946, 6 days before birth jesuit Bill Clinton, 38 days after George W Bush.

Works

1895 The Time Machine
1895 The Wonderful Visit
1896 The Island of Dr Moreau
1897 The Invisible Man
1989 The War of the Worlds
1901 The First Men in the Moon
1904 The Food of the Gods and How it Came to Earth
1907 Will Socialism Destroy the Home?
1909 Ann Veronica
1910 The Sleeper Awakes (inspiration for Woody Allen film The Sleeper)
1911 The New Machiavelli
1914 The World Set Free (announces the atom bomb of Project Manhattan)
1914 The War That Will End War
1917 God the Invisible King
1919 The Idea of A League of Nations with Wickham Steed J.A. Spender (nephew of Stephen Spender)
1920 Russia in the Shadows
1922 A Short History of the World
1925 A Year of Prophesying
1928 The Open Conspiracy: Blueprints for a World Revolution (propaganda for a world religion)
1929 The Science of Life with Julian Huxley and GP Wells
1933 The Shape of Things to Come
1934 Experiment in Autobiography
1934 Marxism vs Socialism with Joseph Stalin
1935 The New America: The New World
1938 World Brain
1939 The New World Order
1939 The Holy Terror

HG Wells in popular culture

1958 The Invisible Man ITV
1960 The Time Machine MGM Rod Taylor (played Winston Churchill in Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds) Yvette Mimieux.

1967 Wells on the cover of The Beatles album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with other MI6 agents Aleister Crowley, Aldous Huxley, George Bernard Shaw, Carl Jung,...

1969 The Apollo moon landing of 1969, announced by Wells First Men in the Moon and Kubrick's 2001 ASO. The global media ritual was a first step towards the world brain, announced by Wells. A crater on Mars and on the moon was named after Wells.

1979 Time After Time (The Time Machine) Malcolm McDowell (socialist dystopian society in A Clockwork Orange), David Warner (Antichrist movie The Omen) and Mary Steenburgen (time travel movie Back to the Future). In the movie Wells hunts Jack the Ripper.

He is a charactter in Mr Sammler's Planet of Saul Bellow (NY Intellectuals). He was idolized in The Guardian by John Higgs.

1996 John Frankenheimer (The Manchurian Candidate, house where David Kennedy nearly drowned) releases the film The Island of Dr Moreau (Wizard of Oz, island of Aristotle Onassis) with Marlon Brando, Val Kilmer (played Jim Morrison, song of Apocalypse Now), Fairuza Balk (Disney film Return to Oz).

1998 his grandson Simon Wells directs DreamWorks Animation film The Prince of Egypt (=Akhenaten/Moses, dream of world empire) with Val Kilmer (played in Island of Dr Moreau) and Michelle Pfeiffer.

2002 The Time Machine Simon Wells Guy Pearce Jeremy Irons.

2003 Disney movie Mars Needs Moms (mm=33) Simon Wells.

2005 War of the Worlds Steven Spielberg Tom Cruise Dakota Fanning Tim Robbins Miranda Otto (name of The Tempest) Morgan Freeman.

Michael Sheen, who also played Fabian Tony Blair, played Wells in BBC movie HG Wells: War with the World.

2019 BBC version of War of the Worlds Robert Carlyle.

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