The Tomorrow People

The Tomorrow People was a science fiction tv show on The CW with Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell, Peyton List, Mark Pellegrino about a secret project with people with psychic abilities, to announce the mutant Antichrist race (recreate the days of Genesis, worshiped as next stage in Darwinist evolution, Uebermensch). James Casbolt claimed The Tomorrow People was a show disclosing the existence of Project Mannequin, training psychic children of Illuminati families in an underground base in Berkshire to become delta assassins.

created by Greg Berlanti who is a Delta Tau Delta with all seeing eye emblem like vice-president Henry Wallace who put the one eye pyramid on the one dollar bill and worked with the Theosophists, Robert Armstrong (Carl Denham in King Kong), James Marsden, Will Ferrell, Matthew McConaughey (psychic daughter in Interstellar), David Schwimmer (Ross Geller like Uri Geller), John Denver and Peter Buck of R.E.M., Andrew Breitbart and Jay Keasling of LBNL and is used in the gay-transgender agenda with Robbie Rogers. He produced Arrow, Titans, Gotham Knights and Green Lantern.

Julie Plec also produced The Vampire Diaries with Steven R McQueen and Kat Graham.

Like The X-Files, it was filmed in Vancouver Canada.

It was a remake of British series The Tomorrow People of Roger Damon Price (Job Price killed Osama Bin Laden), broadcast from 1973 to 1979  on ITV, with Nicholas Young, Sammie Winmill, Philip Gilbert (Rank Organisation, The Avengers), Francis De Wolff (James Bond film From Russia With Love). The term Homo Superior appeared in David Bowie song Oh! You Pretty Things ('You gotta make way for the Homo Superior'). Nicholas Young played in Kessler with Guy Rolfe (Dolls and The Puppet Master franchise). Sammie Winmill played in The Pied Piper with Donald Pleasence, John Hurt and Diana Dors. They operate with biological computer TIM (=TMI, The Monroe Institute).

The series was revived in 1992 by Tetra Films Kristian Schmid (Neighbors), Naomie Harris (school of Lily Cole, 28 Days Later, Eve Moneypenney in James Bond film Skyfall, The Man Who Fell to Earth=Fallen Angels) and Jean Marsh (electroshock torture in Return to Oz). Tetra Films also produced Rainbow Days (Wizard of Oz programming) and Delta Wave about a character Ruby Munroe (like Robert Monroe) and psychic children. Christopher Lee (To the Devil a Daughter) appeared as Sam Rees in The Rameses Connection.


Robbie Amell (Robert Patrick Amell, FBI agent investigating the paranormal in The X-Files with Robert Patrick) as Stephen Jameson. Amell is married to Italia Ricci of Supergirl, also developed by Greg Berlanti. He played in Nine Lives with Kevin Spacey and a superhuman Conner (like John Conner in Terminator 2 with Robert Patrick) in Code 8 with Kari Matchett (Cube 2: Hypercube).

Peyton List  (born 8/8, Mia  Farrow played in Peyton Place) played in Sex and the City with Mannequin actress Kim Cattrall, Jane Siegel in Mad Men, Poison Ivy in Gotham and in Colony with Josh Holloway. She played in As the World Turns with Peyton Roi List (practice of twinning, twin named Spencer) who was used by Disney Channel and in Playing It Cool with Chris Evans (Captain America).

Luke Mitchell (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Aaron Yoo (Aaron bloodline, Sigma Nu) Rocket Science with Anna Kendrick (The Accountant), Disturbia with Shia LaBeouf, Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) and David Morse.

Mark Pellegrino (Lucifer in Supernatural, The Big Lebowski, Mulholland Drive, Lost, The Number 23)

Madeleine Mantock (witch in Charmed, produced by Rebecca Schaeffer's boyfriend Brad Silberling)

Sarah Clarke (Volkswagen commercial, mother of Bella Swan in Twilight, married to Xander Berkeley)

Jacob Kogan (Russian jew, Dalton School, young Spock in Star Trek)

Alexa Vega (Spy Kids franchise with Berkshire resident Ricky Gervais, The Hunters with Robbie Amell, sister of Mackenzie Vega who played in X-Men)

Meta Golding (The Hunger Games, Kiss the Girls with Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman)

Jason Dohring (Scientologist, identical twins as brothers, son of Doug Dohring of Age of Learning and Neopets, played in Baywatch and Veronica Mars with Kristen Bell)

Dan Stevens (Lancelot in MC Escher scene in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, worked with Rebecca Hall's father Peter Hall)

Nick Eversman (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Madeleine Arthur as Charlotte Taylor (mannequin symbolism) played in Supernatural, The X-Files, Color Out of Space based on story of HP Lovecraft.

Serinda Swan (alchemical swan symbolism, Medusa in Inhumans, The Twilight Zone, one of the Sirens in Tron Legacy, Elizabeth Taylor in Devotion about the Korean War)

Simon Merells (Julius  Caesar in Legends of Tomorrow, Knightfall about Knights Templar)

Nicholas Young (Day of the Jackal=Damien with jackal DNA) as Aldus Crick (Aldous Huxley, Francis Crick).

Ty Olsson (like Frank Olsen and the Olson twins) played in Supernatural, Dreamcatcher, X2, a 9/11 victim in Flight 93.

Robert Damon Price (Antichrist Damien in The Omen) introduced the green slime theme of Nickelodeon.

Danny Cannon (Tribe of Dan with psychic abilities) directed Judge Dredd, pilot episode of Alcatraz and Geostorm.

Stephen Jameson is taken to an underground facility run by an AI supercomputer and is told he is part of a new species Homo Superior. They are hunted and tortured by 'Ultra' (=MK Ultra) at The Citadel (castle programming).


James Casbolt