Cure to Aging

The Geniuses of Society Bring You Everything You Ever Wanted

“Another sign of a healthy, competitive industry is lower prices.  The statistics show that the cost of computing has decreased ten million fold since 1971.  That’s the equivalent of consumers getting a Boeing 747 for the price of a pizza.”

    — Bill Gates 
        Late 20th-Century Quote

Stepping through the doorway into the Twelve Visions Era in my mind’s eye, our geniuses made us rich, made us healthy, made everything good for us.  The geniuses of society, who first evolved into Neothink®, led the Technological Revolution that raised our standards of living towards that of millionaires.  We loved our geniuses; they brought us the gifts of life.

At first, in the late twentieth century, the geniuses freely rose in the computer world and brought ordinary children inexpensive video games that, just a few years before, only the children of millionaires could enjoy.  My Tenth Vision showed me that sometime in the first half of the twenty-first century, the geniuses freely rose throughout the rest of the business world and brought us inexpensive products that a few years before only the millionaires could enjoy.  Indeed, this computerlike millionaire phenomenon came to more and more industries beyond the computer industry, making ordinary people such as you and me essentially millionaires without lifting a finger.

Looking back over the twentieth-century, the millionaire phenomenon had already happened in the computer industry because it was uniquely free of big-government regulations.  The computer industry gave us a look ahead at what life would be like in tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World.

My Tenth Vision showed me that, to the amazement of the people, the millionaire phenomenon came to more and more industries as we universally removed big-government regulations. After our get-out-of-the-way thus get-the-people-rich government removed most big-government regulations, technologies in all industries raced ahead like the computers.  As in the computer industry, where buying power multiplied thousands or millions of times, our buying power in more and more industries multiplied hundreds, sometimes thousands of times or more.  That was because the geniuses and their technologies were now free to rise and evolve.

Freeing The Geniuses

Simply put, America’s falling out with big government freed the potential geniuses of society to drive our costs toward zero and our buying power towards infinity.  Fantastic products and services never before imagined quickly evolved and then became cheap and affordable.  What happened in the computer/ communication world was a harbinger of what happened in my Neothink® Vision of tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World.  When our government freed technology and the geniuses beyond the computers, we lived in increasing wealth and luxury.  People became economically driven to end big government and to embrace get-the-people-rich government.

The Twelve Visions Party ushered in get-the-people-rich- including-the-poor government, a completely new political paradigm of entrepreneurs and market-driven business leaders in which your every need, no matter how extraordinary or how small, was taken care of.  You and your problems were never alone; help was always on the way for every need.

To achieve that never-alone, always-taken-care-of state, the get-the-people-rich government shifted the responsibility of taking care of you — i.e., social well-being — from a few hundred phony career politicians and bureaucrats interested in ruling over you…to a hundred million geniuses in entrepreneurial jobs (the Fifth Vision) with rapidly evolving creativity, very interested in taking care of all your needs and wishes.

Millions of unrestricted geniuses, aggressively seeking out our needs, very rapidly answered our every cry for help.  That was the new code of living in tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World.  Even your slightest problem had you immediately surrounded by quality people, by geniuses of society, wanting to help you.  Just one cry for help sent out from your home over the Internet, for instance, ever so quickly led to its cure.

The job of looking out for your well-being and the social good shifted from impotent government and its corrupt ruling class to the miraculous might of an unrestricted genius-driven society.  The unleashed creativity and new technology made us wealthy, healthy, safe and solved our problems.  Your problems were the geniuses’ problems to solve.  In short, millions of geniuses were hard at work taking care of you and raising your standard of living.

Today, big-government career politicians do not care about your problems, no matter how real, unless your problems fall into their self-aggrandizing schemes to rule and get re-elected.  That is the old code of living soon to be left behind.  Indeed, all good people today have to fight for their survival.  If you contract a rare disease, you are doomed.  In tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, however, unhampered geniuses using Neothink® developed a cure before the disease destroyed you.  I saw it all in my Tenth Vision.  Tomorrow, you were always safe.  Looking back at today’s world, if you are not happy with your job and pay or with the direction of your career and income, you are trapped.  In tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, genius-driven businesses brought you exciting opportunities including the lucrative career of your dreams (Vision Five), your passion in life (Vision One).  Today if you are poor or just not happy with your wealth, you are rather helpless.  Tomorrow, the multiplying wealth of society rescued your plight.  Today, if you are not happy with love, you grow more and more apathetic.  Tomorrow, the happiness available from living the life you were meant to live (Vision Two) helped you activate a new, super-love (Vision Seven).  If you felt lonely, the enhanced networking of society brought you quality friends, especially as your own value to the world soared (Vision Nine).  If you were having hard times, the curing nature of society took care of you in every way.

Geniuses were there for you, in minutes.  Money was no longer an issue.  A hundred million geniuses in this country alone took care of your every need.

They Brought Us Fortunes

The Twelve Visions Party simply freed the geniuses of society, who became the first to evolve into Neothink®.  We sat back and collected the rewards from society’s most gifted people.  It was a nice exchange: we gave them freedom, and they gave us fortunes.  We certainly were at a unique place in history.

In the late twentieth century when conversations at cocktail parties developed about computers and how we could access for free computing power that would have cost millions a few years before, usually some attractive yuppie said something like, “Can you believe that amazing technology!”  Everyone then shared looks of astonishment.  Little did we stop to realize that the geniuses of society brought us that soaring technology and buying power.  And those geniuses would do so in every industry if free to do so…making ordinary people rich and healthy.

Sometime in the first half of the twenty-first century, after enough people were exposed to the Twelve Visions, ordinary people began to admire and love those geniuses who brought them new technologies at lower and lower prices.  The love grew despite political rhetoric that traditionally caused Americans to envy and dislike the geniuses of society.  As the geniuses improved everyone’s life in so many ways, the ordinary person developed a warm fondness for the geniuses of society not unlike one would for a highly competent doctor who saved his child’s life, for instance.

Indeed, imagine if your own child or grandchild were terminally ill and the heroic efforts of a highly competent doctor saved your child.  You would forever feel a warm affection for that doctor who saved your child’s life.  Or imagine a wealthy person gave you and your family a cashier’s check for a million dollars.  You would forever feel a warm closeness to that person who made your life so rich and wonderful.

Tomorrow, the people felt similar feelings towards the geniuses of society, for those geniuses eradicated diseases and lifted us into a wealthy and wonderful world.  The hoodwinking by the media that made us envy and dislike the geniuses of society subsided.  The forces of Neothink® were now too great to be stopped.  Sure the geniuses were rich, because they were geniuses!  But they made us rich, too.  Furthermore, they brought us the gifts of life: wealth, health, safety, even happiness and love.  The entire population, sometime in the first half of the twenty-first century, felt a warm closeness to those geniuses who brought us and our families into an increasingly wealthy and wonderful life.

We also felt growing contempt toward those big-government career politicians and regulatory bureaucrats who blocked the geniuses and their new technologies.  Career politicians and regulatory bureaucrats blocked the wonderful gifts of life and the wonderful lives we were meant to live.  Once the people made the twelve-piece superpuzzle connections and felt love for the geniuses of society, then the Twelve Visions Era irreversibly took off.

We sat back and watched in awe as the geniuses of society took care of our needs, fixed our problems, made our dreams come true, and made us rich, including the poor.

Of course, the ruling class would not let go of their ruling power as we entered the Twelve Visions Era.  They hung on, but they were part of the old world on its way out.  We, in turn, freed the geniuses of society whose life-ambitions were to solve our problems and needs, large and small.  With the success of the Twelve Visions Party came The Great Replacement Program.  Like an unstoppable wave, the voting public replaced career politicians with the market-driven businesspeople of the Twelve Visions Party.  Across the country, then the world, the big wave washed away career politicians and replaced them with the entrepreneurs and market-driven businesspeople of the Twelve Visions Party.

Example of a Genius Evolving
Into Neothink®

Just how effective were those geniuses of society at taking care of our every need or problem?  Instead of me impossibly trying to describe what I saw in my Tenth Vision, which overwhelmed me to the point of euphoric collapse, let me take you into the life and times of an obscure genius of society who already lived. That way, I can show you already proven facts.  Now, since some people say the computer revolution was unique — an anomaly based on the invention of the silicon chip — let us go outside the computer industry.  In fact, let us go back in time before high technology altogether to see the universal life-lifting power of the geniuses of society on their own, even before their catalytic reaction with modern technologies.  So, let us now travel back over a hundred years…to the down and dirty railroad industry:

This is a story about James J. Hill, a genius of society over one hundred years ago.  He was well on his way to multiplying standards of living of entire civilizations of ordinary people — including the poor.  He was single-handedly taking care of their every need until he got held down by big-government regulations.  His story represents all geniuses of society, even outside the computer and hi-tech industries.

He was a railroad pioneer back at the turn of the twentieth century, and his story is brought to light in a book called Entrepreneurs Versus The State by Burton Folsom.

Let’s travel back in time to the 1860s.  America was experiencing its first railroad boom.  Railroads were being built all up and down the East Coast.  Well, as Mr. Folsom identifies in his book, two classes of entrepreneurs exist: market entrepreneurs and political entrepreneurs.  Political entrepreneurs make their money by seeking government subsidies, by getting special government rights of way, and by accessing political clout.  They seek their success through political clout with government officials.

Market entrepreneurs make their money by providing more and more values and services to society at lower and lower prices.  They also create more and more jobs for us.

During America’s railroad building boom in the 1860s, an opportunity arose for big government.  The political entrepreneurs seeking easy money got together with career politicians seeking popularity, and together they created a deception.  The deception was that only the government could finance the building of America’s first transcontinental railroad.  That deception over 100 years ago is still promoted today; children read about it in their history text books in school.

But that was a deception created by political entrepreneurs so they could line their pockets with lavish government subsidies and by career politicians so they could boost their self-worth by spending money that they controlled but did not earn. They could parade around and say, “Look how important we are.  Look how we benefit the American public.  We, the big government, are building this transcontinental railroad and opening up the interior and west coast of America.” …A perfect setup for greedy political entrepreneurs joining hands with power-seeking politicians.

So a deception was created: only the federal government could finance the building of the transcontinental railroad.  The public bought it, and with great fanfare, Congress went ahead with it.

There were two companies: Central Pacific started building eastward from the West Coast and the Union Pacific started westward from the East Coast.  The government paid those companies by the total miles of track they built.  So what did they do?  Instead of being bound by the disciplines of a bottom line, they were getting lavish subsidies from the government for the total miles of track they built.  So they rushed into the wilderness to collect government subsidies.

But because they were being paid by the mile, these companies purposely built the longest, most circuitous routes they could possibly justify so they could get more government money.  And they rushed construction to collect their per-mile subsidies.  They rushed into the wilderness with poor construction and poor planning.

Remember, the congressmen were spending money that they did not earn but controlled, and they wanted to reap the glory for spending that money.  Those politicians, always trying to justify their jobs, always trying to show that they benefit the American public, got into the railroad business where they had no business being in the first place.  Controlling tremendous amounts of money they did not earn, they reaped all this popularity that comes with spending the money.  Now they could say, “Look how valuable we are; we’re financing the building of a transcontinental railroad across America!”

But those career politicians were part of bogus big government.  They gladly spent money with their flashy “good intentions”, but they were not interested in exerting the nitty-gritty effort that honest business does when it spends money.  They were glad to spend the money, large amounts of money.  They were glad to reap the glory, large amounts of glory.  But they were not about to get out there and exert the nitty-gritty effort to put controls on spending and to make sure that money was spent right.  They were not about to get right down into the details themselves to make sure that they were buying the right quality goods at the right prices and that the railroad was being built over the right routes…not like a market entrepreneur would who is spending that money out of his own pocket.

So the whole program was laced with fraud from the beginning.  The line managers set up their own supplier companies selling their railroads substandard quality rails and ties at exorbitant prices.  For, there was no control over the government money.

In addition, because they were getting paid by the amount of rail they built, each company was racing to build as much track as it could before the other one…to get the most money from the government.  So instead of taking the proper time to carefully map out the best routes, especially vital for building over hills at the lowest uphill grade, they instead just raced forward and paid no attention to vital planning and surveying.  No time to be wasted on planning and surveying, they built track over uphill grades that were far too steep.  They did not take the necessary time to do anything right.  When winter came, they just kept on building over the plains, right over the ice!

Because they wanted to build as much as possible, they did not wait for the ice to melt — they just kept on laying track.  When summer came, they had to tear up thousands of miles of track and rebuild it, before they could open the line!  And to get more money, the two railroad companies built the longest routes with under-quality material. …You can just imagine what the future operating costs this transcontinental railroad would endure.

Indeed, when the Union Pacific was complete, from day one it could not make a profit because its operating expenses were too high.  First of all, thousands of miles of shoddily built, under-quality track had to be constantly replaced.  Second, because they took the extra long route, and it wasn’t built over the lowest-grade hills, they had to pay a lot more money in fuel costs, wage costs, and it took a lot more time to haul freight across the country.  The operating expenses were so high, from day one the Union Pacific was never able to make a profit.

Therefore, the government had to continue to subsidize the transcontinental line once it was built.  Union Pacific had to continue to receive more and more government money or it would have gone out of business and stopped running.  Indeed, Congress had just spent a fortune financing the building of the transcontinental line.  Now Congress could not let their prize transcontinental line declare bankruptcy and close down.  So, the government continued financing it.

After the Union Pacific was built, other political entrepreneurs got together with glory-seeking politicians in their areas of the country and said, “The federal government financed the Union Pacific, therefore they have to finance a transcontinental railroad in our region.”

So Congress went ahead and financed the building of a transcontinental up North called the Northern Pacific, and one down South called the Santa Fe.  Of course, both of those had the same results.  They built extra long, circuitous routes; they turned into an orgy of fraud: substandard quality material used, inflated prices paid, no planning, no surveying, no time taken to select the lowest-grade hills.  So right from day one, the other two transcontinentals lost money, and they had to receive government subsidies just to continue operating.

In the meantime, there was a young man way up North, James J. Hill, going about making a living.  He was born in a log cabin in Ontario, Canada to a working-class family.  His father died when he was a boy, so Hill got a job to support his mother.  At seventeen, he moved to St. Paul and got a job for a shipping company.  He started in an entry-level position, but he loved the transportation business.  He really applied himself; he began making contacts, and he began moving up.  Before long, he began making partnerships in local railroads that were being built in his area.  With a sweeping vision, yet always focused on nitty-gritty details, Hill commanded success.  Eventually, Hill decided that he was going to build the first privately financed transcontinental railroad way up along the U.S. and Canadian border, which at that time was all wilderness with no settlers!

Well, from the beginning the idea was labeled Hill’s Folly, and you can see why.  How could someone build a railroad that could possibly compete when he had to pay all the building costs himself, and there were three other transcontinental railroads farther South that had all their building costs paid by the government?  Moreover, Hill’s railroad was going to be way up North where no one lived. Those other three government-financed railroads were located in the main population areas of the United States.  In addition, once Hill did complete his railroad, how could he compete with the other three railroads when they continued to receive government subsidies and Hill had to pay his expenses through his own bottom-line profits — and the three other lines proved that no profits existed!

Well, Hill went ahead with his plan anyway.  He had to obey the disciplines of a bottom line.  He could not go rushing into the wilderness to collect government subsidies.  He had to build his line out West one extension at a time.  He would build westward into the wilderness a few hundred miles at a time.  Then he would send agents back East to advertise to farmers in the East.  Hill offered to move people for free into this western wilderness so they could settle and start their farms.  Then Hill would give them free rates to ship their crops back to the markets in the East for a couple of years until they got established.  He gave a lot of ordinary low-income people exciting new leases on life and made their dreams come true.

This worked.  For each extension West, he brought in enthusiastic hardworking farmers; they’d flourish; he’d build up business on his track, and after awhile his extension West made money.  From those profits, he’d finance another extension West…a few hundred miles at a time.  He never stopped.  By turning low-income settlers into land-owning entrepreneurs, among others, he settled the entire northern border of the United States with his railroad.  And, lo and behold, in 1890 the first American transcontinental railroad was built without one penny of government money!  He reached the Pacific Ocean, and he did it by offering people, some of whom had little chance at much in life, an opportunity of a lifetime to own land and become entrepreneurs.

What an accomplishment.  But most amazingly, one man did it!  Not the entire might of the U.S. Government — one lone man!  One genius of society was raising the prosperity of an entire nation!  But, now that he accomplished this amazing feat, could he make it work?  Here Hill was with his transcontinental, way up North when the population base was farther South; he was competing against three transcontinentals farther South that had their expenses paid for by the government.  So, what would happen to Hill’s transcontinental?

During the building of Hill’s railroad, since it was his personal money that was being spent, he personally dug into the tough nitty-gritty details.  With unyielding disciplines and efforts, he put controls on everything:  He personally surveyed the routes; he made sure the shortest, most direct routes were built.  When the track had to go over hills, he would spend time with the engineers and make sure they picked out the lowest-grade hills.  He personally supervised the buying of materials to make sure they got the highest quality rails and ties for the lowest cost.  …So what happened to Hill’s Folly?  Well, from day one, when it was completed, he made a profit!  He ran circles around the three government-financed lines because his operating expenses were so much lower.  In addition, his freight took a lot less time to reach the West Coast.  From day one, Hill made money.  From day one, the government-subsidized transcontinental railroads never, ever turned a profit.

One man was running circles around the almighty U.S. Government!  Of course, the incompetence and greed of career politicians could never bring values to the people.  But one market entrepreneur could raise the standard of living of a nation.

This one market entrepreneur’s advantages kept building momentum and, with a great irony, left Congress’s follies in the dust.  Hill built up the whole industry of the Northwest.  He built feeder lines.  For example, if copper were found a hundred miles north, he would build a feeder line, move in a copper company so they could start mining and shipping the copper over his line.  If lumber were discovered up in the mountain, he would feeder line up there, move in a lumber company, and they would start shipping the lumber over his lines.  If there was a good clearing for cattle ranching a few miles south, he would build a feeder line. …Railroads discovered that feeder lines became a main source of profit.

But consider Congress’s lines built for politicians’ own glory and self-worth.  Because those railroads were receiving their money from the government, they would have to get Congress’s permission to build a feeder line.  Well, of course, everyone knows what happens when the government has to make a decision.  A simple black-and-white decision to build a profitable feeder line that should be made overnight would be tied up for months, even for years.  All the incompetent congressmen would get up and debate over it to get in the spotlight and appear needed and important. …They cared only about themselves, not about what was best for America.

So Hill’s railroad ran circles around the three government-financed railroads from day one.  In addition, Hill brought civilization and industry to the Northwest: mining in Montana, lumber along the North, apple farmers in Washington, wheat farmers on the plains.  He built up the whole region along his railroad line.

Once Hill completed his line to the West Coast, he did not stop there.  He kept reaching out and pushing up standards of living.  Integrating more and more widely, using Neothink® itself, Hill started reaching out toward the Orient.  What about trade with the Orient?  Hill did some calculations: if one major province in China substituted an ounce of rice a day with an ounce of American wheat, that would mean 50 million bushels of American wheat would travel over his railroad to then ship to China every year!  Think what that would do for his farmers!  Now, he would make them rich!  American farmers exporting huge shipments of wheat to China — what a possibility!  So Hill sent agents to Japan and China to begin promoting American trade, the same way he had done during the building up of his transcontinental railroad.

In the meantime, we had these political entrepreneurs in Washington, D.C. still running around wondering how to get more government subsidies to line their pockets.  Yet one market entrepreneur was creating jobs and dreams by the thousands.  Indeed, Hill sent his agents to Japan and China to start promoting American products, and he went out and bought his own steamship line.  He raced his ships back and forth between Japan and China and America.  Hill built up American trade with Asia the same way that he built up business along his line.  He would send products for free to the Japanese and Chinese if they would just try them.  If they liked them, they would come back for more, and Hill would build up the business.

Every day Hill filled his ships with American grain from the plains, with copper from Montana, lumber from Washington, cotton from the South, textiles from New England, rails from Pittsburgh, apples from Washington.  He would send them all free to the Far East. The Asians would try these American goods, and if they liked them, then they would come back for more.

In fact, Hill went to Japan, met with Japanese businessmen, and proposed that he would buy southern cotton, pay for it himself, ship it to the Japanese for free, and give it to them free.  Hill would buy the southern cotton out of his own money if the Japanese would just try this cotton in place of the cotton they normally got from India.  Well, the Japanese took him up on his offer; they liked it, and soon Hill’s box cars were full of cotton, traveling from the South to the North to the Pacific Coast and then onto a steamship to Japan.

Hill used this strategy to build up all kinds of business.  In 1900, Japan started a railroad building boom.  Hill recognized the potential of railroads throughout Asia.  At that time, the world’s suppliers of rail were England and Belgium.  But there were a few American rail makers in Pittsburgh.  So Hill went to Japan; he purposely underbid the English and the Belgians, paid the difference out of his own pocket just to get the Japanese to try rails made in Pittsburgh.  His strategy worked: Japan started buying all their rail from Pittsburgh, which built up the rail industry in America.

What happened in the 1890s was nothing short of a miracle:  When Hill started his push into Asia, trade with Japan was seven million dollars a year.  Nine years later, with Hill in charge of this American mission into Asia, American trade with Japan alone was fifty-two million dollars!  And he was now pushing into China as well!  Hill was causing geometrical increases in American commerce.  He was spearheading, a hundred years ago, an American dominance of trade in Asia.  In the meantime the political entrepreneurs, Hill’s so-called rivals, were still running around Washington, D.C. trying to figure out how they could get more subsidies.  And Hill just kept on reaching out, with Neothink®, taking care of people’s needs, and pushing up standards of living while spearheading a geometrical increase of American commerce in Asia.  That was over one hundred years ago.

As time went by, the other three government-financed transcontinentals continued to lose money.  The government kept pouring taxpayers’ dollars into financing them.  The public started getting fed up with this.  In addition, as time went by, the frauds committed by the political entrepreneurs started to surface — things like setting up their own companies to sell substandard material at overcharged prices.  The American public had to continue to pay subsidies into this hoax just to keep these other three government railroads running.  The public finally had enough.  So Congress, those eternal glory-seeking politicians, started self-righteously parading the corrupt political entrepreneurs in front of Congress and the nation, forming special-investigation committees.

Well, once again, Congress created a deception: They presented themselves as protectors of the American public.  They would nobly project, “Look how great we are; look how needed and important we are; we’re going to protect the American public from those greedy and corrupt railroad executives.”  Yet, the root cause of the problem was Congress itself.  Congress was the culprit!  Congress spent other people’s money in a railroad business where they had no business being in the first place.

So instead of getting up and confessing, “Look, the problem was us.  We now realize the problem was us getting into the railroad business in the first place.  We had no business in there, so now we’re going to get completely out.”  They could have been honest, but they were not.  No, they did not want to say that because that would have exposed bogus big government.  Instead, they saw a chance to enhance big government and to increase their own popularity and political power for re-election.  They instead self-righteously projected, “Look how we earn our keep.  We’re protecting the American public.”  Congress self-righteously started parading those corrupt railroad executives in front of the nation.  Congress made the railroad executives solely to blame for the transcontinental fiascoes.  And then, to “protect the public”, they proposed to form tough regulatory authorities such as the ICC, the Interstate Commerce Commission, and to pass Sherman Antitrust legislation to further get in there and regulate the railroads.

Well, Hill knew what was going on; he knew what the story was here.  So Hill moved to Washington, D.C.  He set up residence in the country’s Capitol.  He personally talked to the congressmen.  He testified before their special committees.  He told them what was going on: the root cause of the problem was big government getting in there where it had no business being in the first place, financing those railroads, spending other people’s money on rails.  That caused the corruption.  Hill gave the example of his railroad.  He did not accept one penny of government money while his railroad built up all the industry in the Northwest.  And now his line was promoting an explosion of American trade into Asia while the three government-sponsored lines were sinking in corruption.

Now, the congressmen were intelligent men.  They were college educated.  They knew what Hill was saying.  They knew he made perfect sense.  They knew his account was the truth, but they did not care because they wanted to justify their own jobs.  So they ignored him.  They ignored Hill, and they went on to pass the ICC and the Sherman Antitrust legislation, which enabled them to get in and heavily regulate and punish the railroads.

Hill even wrote a book on this whole ordeal and circulated his book to the congressmen, explaining the situation.  He presented all the evidence that showed how Congress was doing the wrong thing.  But the big-government ruling class ignored Hill because they wanted to advance their own power.  The career politicians went ahead and passed the ICC, passed the Sherman Antitrust legislation.  And what did that do? Those regulations “for the public good” made it illegal for railroads to make any special deals with customers.  They had to charge the same standard rate to all customers.  Therefore, the Neothink® dynamics Hill used to build up his railroad, to move in people for free, to make their dreams come true, to ship their freight for free or for a low cost until they got established…was now illegal! Those same dynamics that he was now using to spearhead an American dominance of trade in Asia were all now illegal!  Hill was a genius of society who was pushing up ordinary, even poor Americans into prosperity — and WHAM!  Big-government regulations smashed him down.  Hill’s drive into Asia was over.

The year after the ICC’s legislation passed, America’s trade with Japan alone dropped by 40%.  Now remember, Hill was spearheading a geometrical increase in trade.  Trade with Japan and China was increasing geometrically.  Now Congress passed this legislation and, plop, everything dropped 40%.

Hill was forced to sell his steamship lines, he got out of trade completely with Asia, and he was so frustrated, he retired.  Suddenly, the miracle was over.  He could no longer make ordinary and poor people wealthy and happy.

Now, this was over a hundred years ago.  Let us stop and look at the implications of this.  Let us stretch this out to see what Congress really cut off a hundred years ago.  It was bad enough they cut off Hill’s trade with Asia back then and destroyed the wealth, lives and dreams of many entrepreneurs dependent on Hill’s dynamics, but let us project that into the future to see what they cut off today:

Throughout the past two decades, you have heard our President and top CEOs and top economists say that America’s greatest danger economically is its trade imbalance with Asia and our lack of international competitiveness.  But who in the world knows that a hundred years ago Hill was spearheading an American dominance of trade throughout all of Asia?  That trade dominance was cut off by big-government regulations.  Who even knows that?  Nobody mentions that today, but everyone has warned about “the greatest economic danger facing America today”.  Americans have lost jobs by the thousands, have been outcompeted, factories have closed down.  Yet who knows that over one hundred years ago this one genius of society, one man, learned how to tend to people’s needs, make people’s dreams come true, and spearhead an American dominance of trade with Asia?  Who knows that a hundred years ago a man named James J. Hill started something really magnificent that would have painted an entirely different picture of America’s future than that of uncertainty today?  Big government destroyed that prosperous future when they destroyed Hill a hundred years ago.

The politicians back then knew what they were doing.  They were intelligent men.  They were college educated. Hill went and explained the facts to them.  Typical of big government, however, they only wanted to increase their political powers.  The career politicians wanted to advance their images and egos.  So they ignored Hill, and they cut off something magnificent a hundred years ago.  No different than today, the ruling class back then stopped our great, great grandparents from rising into a paradise on Earth.

So there you have an example of what just one genius of society can do for everyone.  And you can see that the geniuses of society will rise in any industry at any time, not just in the computer or hi-tech industries, if not held down by big-government regulations.  And you can see that, when the geniuses rise tomorrow in all industries, our problems, needs, and dreams will quickly be tended to.  In short, the Twelve Visions Society tomorrow — a supersociety with millions of James J. Hills — will take care of us and make our dreams come true.

Now, imagine a hundred-million geniuses of society (Vision Five), a hundred-million James J. Hills all using Neothink®…their progress accelerated by modern technology.  You cannot imagine, because the image goes beyond anything we can know today.

Held Down in the Darkness

My Tenth Vision showed me that in tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, looking back at today’s world was very frustrating.  We saw how career politicians and bureaucrats ruling over us and holding down society today caused the only injustice that no one could see, because no one today could see ahead into the Twelve Visions World tomorrow.  One obvious example, America would have been the dominant trade of that huge upswinging in Asia, but we never had a clue.  America’s problems with the trade deficit and people losing their jobs to international competition would have all been reversed.  But no one saw that.  Instead, we were held down in the darkness.  Looking back, no one except those who saw the Twelve Visions could see the injustice of government ruling over us and holding us down.

James J. Hill started lifting ordinary and poor people up to paradise on Earth, but he was slammed back down by big government.  Tomorrow, once we lived in the Twelve Visions World and could see the injustice of former big government, to look back became painfully hard to do.  The people in the Twelve Visions World realized that every life lost on the battlefield, all famine and sufferings in America and around the world in the twentieth century and early twenty-first century, including deaths from diseases…all of that was encompassed in the Great Suppression — the ruling class holding down America from soaring into the Twelve Visions World.

The Geniuses Pulled Everyone Up With Them

In this Tenth Vision of tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, the geniuses of society were free to go up, and they pulled everyone up with them, including the poor, just as Hill was doing.  All our needs were taken care of.  We did not have just one James J. Hill, for we had thousands and then millions of James J. Hills making ordinary people’s dreams come true.

Tender youth could rise and rise quickly.  Tender youth today, by contrast, cannot rise because they cannot struggle through the big-government regulatory web and risk being eaten alive like Hill.

Unburdened technology in tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, regulated not by glory-seeking politicians and bureaucrats but by objective private services, advanced incredibly fast.  Science, business, and medicine, no longer being pushed down by big government, advanced incredibly fast, similar to the nonpoliticized computer industry of previous decades.

Upon setting free all industries and launching the mighty Technological Revolution, genius-driven new technologies quickly took care of all our problems.  Disease, unemployment, poverty, obesity, insecurity, stagnation, racism, crime, budget deficits, the national debt, government abuse, Social-Security deficiency, illiteracy all vanished along with big government.  So did our personal problems such as a lousy job, lousy love-life, an uncompetitive body, a stagnant mind, an embarrassing home, car, and overall financial self-worth.

Consider that in 1936, mankind reached a new high with the completion of Hoover Dam to harness the Colorado River.  After thousands of years, man reached a level of technology that could control nature on a large scale.  But man took only another 33 years to go to the moon.  Civilization was begging to progress geometrically, which occurred in my Tenth Vision sometime in the first half of the twenty-first century when the big-government legislative/regulatory   web   was   swished   away   and   super technologies and unrestrained geniuses made us wealthy, healthy, and safe.

Too Painful To Look Back

Some readers of this very page lost their lives to disease or lost a precious loved one.  Looking back at our loss was hard.  My childhood friend John who, at 12 years old, ran and played with all the other children; but the next year, muscular dystrophy started taking over his tall and handsome body.  John first needed crutches, then a wheelchair, then an electric wheelchair…his long, limp body strapped in with a seat belt.  In those days, John and I would go around doing things that young men do.  John was almost in my world, talking about sports and girls.  Yet, John would never experience those things.  I could sometimes see in John’s eyes his longing to throw off his seat belt, jump out of his wheelchair, and scream, “Here I am world!  Here I am!”  One day John got a cold, and just a young man, he died.  Yet, geniuses in tomorrow’s unrestricted Twelve Visions Society would efficiently cure his disease.

Looking back, big government held down the lid on America including cures to diseases, but we could not see the harm caused by big government.  Tomorrow, it became almost too painful to look back at what and who we lost.

Consider looking back at the following image: Imprisoned by hunger, little children in poverty-stricken third-world countries hoped for a little fish with their rice for dinner.  If James J. Hill were not stopped over 100 years ago, along with the other market entrepreneurs since Hill, then those poor countries would have been industrialized and prosperous a long time ago.

Instead, those third-world children suffered and died to the bitter end of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century as the “glorious” big-government “good intentions” flourished and lived.  The Great Suppression went on and on.

American children have always felt excitement about their futures.  Yet, tomorrow when we looked back we realized that America, the land of opportunity, was also the land of disillusionment and disappointment.  The drop from childhood dreams to adulthood reality was a deep letdown.  Indeed, American adults carried a subdued sadness every day…to the end.  Before the Twelve Visions World, so many Americans died unfulfilled, without experiencing wealth, romantic love, the life they were meant to live.

In tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World, looking back became almost unbearable, for we saw what was lost.  We failed at our dreams in the twentieth century and early twenty-first century because we were in a society in which we could not win.  My Tenth Vision showed me that the Twelve Visions World, by contrast, would not let us fail.  Instead, it made our dreams come true and made every ordinary person, including the poor, wealthy and healthy.

Looking back, people shook their heads in disbelief.  The legal battles, regulations, and legislation made opportunities at success limited, costly, and risky.  We glumly looked back at the stagnation that killed our dreams, weakened our marriages, and destroyed the thrill of love we felt only during the first few weeks or months of falling in love.  And, most painfully, we saw how our children absorbed from us our hopeless resignation, just as we had from our parents.

The Disgraceful End

In the first half of the twenty-first century, with the dissemination of the Twelve Visions, the Great Suppression came to a disgraceful end.  Neothink® was transforming and setting free stagnant minds everywhere.  Big government could not continue to hold on and strangle progress and kill our dreams.  The success of the Twelve Visions ushered in The Twelve Visions Party.

With the success of The Twelve Visions Party, society no longer got pushed down with us being squeezed into stagnation-traps where we had always lived.  Career politicians lost.  Big-government regulations and harmful legislation — always in the name of the “social good” — lost.  Their bogus purpose for government lost:

Promote social “prosperity” and provide social “well-being” through social and regulatory programs “for the social good”…“good intentions” to “serve the people” (a deception, enforcing what is deemed the “social good”, “good intentions”, or the “national will”…mere men and women playing God with our money, morals, businesses, and our lives).

With the success of the Twelve Visions Party, the proper purpose for government won:

Physically protect the people from force (or threat of force) with protection-only legislation, police, courts, prisons, and national defense (plain reality, defending against and punishing initiatory force).

Tomorrow we looked back and realized in disgust that, as with the transcontinental railroads, our career politicians spent our money to ostensibly enhance our “well-being” and promote social “prosperity”, but they really wanted the glory and “importance” that went with spending other people’s money and ruling over us.  They did not want anything to do with the effort, though, that went into building values, which market businessmen and women put themselves through every day when spending their own money.

Career politicians and regulatory bureaucrats today suppress all industries; they suppress our entire economy and standard of living as they did a hundred years ago with the railroads.  Market entrepreneurs, by contrast, are interested in creating and building values, not in ruling others.  They create miracles for the human race, from Hill’s transcontinental railroad to Jobs’ laptops and iPhones and beyond.

The Miracle Makers

Tomorrow, the miracle makers, the unburdened market entrepreneurs and market businessmen and women, dramatically improved our well-being and prosperity.  A Twelve Visions World, flourishing with geniuses, handed us the gifts of life, especially wealth, health, and peace.

Prior to the Twelve Visions World, the erroneous idea in that old anticivilization that government could “promote social prosperity” sort of sneaked up over the previous century through career politicians finding ways to indulge themselves at spending our money to become more and more likable for re-election.  Indeed, spending other people’s money was a fast way to build favorable illusions in the twentieth century and early twenty-first century.  But when the people caught on sometime in the first half of the twenty-first century, the career politicians’ careers ended with great shame.

In this Tenth Vision, market businessmen and women replaced career politicians.  Geniuses of society rose and threw open the lid on society and lifted society toward its destiny of great, great prosperity.  Each person was pulled up, our wheelchairs left behind.

Paradise On Earth

The Tenth Vision showed me that in the Twelve Visions World, irrationality disappeared.  Poverty and crime vanished.  In the Twelve Visions World, the motivation for people to do dishonest things reversed.  In time, in that world of disappearing irrationality, the idea of crime and eventually war became archaic.  We achieved paradise on Earth.

Perhaps this all sounds like Utopia.  But my Tenth Vision showed me tomorrow’s Twelve Visions World truly reversed the motivation for people to do dishonest things, for most problems disappeared, and a millionaire standard of living was automatic — far easier and more lucrative than any possible crime.  With the success of the Twelve Visions Party, the era of wealth and peace was here, finally and forever.

Before the Twelve Visions, the people never knew about this wonderful world.  We only dreamed about it when we were children.  We needed to “see” it through these Twelve Visions.

Today, we live in a lucky time.  Huge financial rewards beckon us to the Twelve Visions Party.  Our get-rich era is coming.