As an echo of Klaus Schwab, who recently stepped forward in this time of crisis to guide us into a technocratic future run by Big Tech, now Ervin László from the Club of Budapest and Worldshift 2012 has reemerged to offer his spiritual guidance into a future of unity and harmony. Though appearing like polar opposites, both actually have the same goal, presented with different flavours to appeal to different audiences.
As described in more detail in Rockefeller – Controlling the Game, the Hungarian systems philosopher, futurist, classical pianist, and spiritual leader Ervin László founded the Club of Budapest in 1993 as an international spiritual–cultural sister organisation to the Club of Rome. László had been a speaker at the highly influential World Future Society conference Crisis and Opportunity 1975, where he presented the Club of Rome project “Goals for Global Society” published in the book Goals for Mankind (1977).
At every major crisis since then, both László, the Club of Rome, and other major players on the world stage, have come forward to offer their technocratic–transhumanist solutions. After the 2008 financial crash, László seized the opportunity to promote his spiritual visions of a transformed world, through his book WorldShift 2012: Making Green Business, New Politics, and Higher Consciousness Work Together (2009).
A handbook for conscious change that could transform the current world crisis into planetary renewal.
• Outlines the problems that make today’s world prone to breakdown and suggests actions we must adopt in politics, business, and everyday life.
• Replaces the limited consciousness of our failing society with the holistic consciousness that is rooted in the Akashic field.
László also, together with futurist David Woolfson, founded the organisation Worldshift 2012 – which, after nothing special happened in 2012 despite all the fuzz over the Maya Calendar prophecies, was renamed WorldShift. As of 2018, it is also one of the influential Engagement Groups working with the G20. WorldShift.org is very active in promoting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030.
The former Club of Budapest website www.clubofbudapest.org has been suspended and replaced by a Club of Budapest International Facebook page, which on April 2, 2020 conveyed the following message about the pandemic as an opportunity:
According to himself, the book was “practically channelled” in a single week, and again tries to convince his audience that this crisis is a “precious gift”.
If we fail to use it, it can it be dangerous. If we make use of it, it is a stepping-stone to something new, to a New Era. Because now the future is in our hands. Humanity… he fate of this small planet, of this remarkable species… for the first time in this history, can take its future into its own hands. This is a great experiment, a great experiment in creating the next step in human evolution. So Global Shift NOW is a precious opportunity. It is in a way a blessing in disguise that we have such a crisis. [bold added]
Note his use of old code phrases such as “Crisis and Opportunity” (the name of World Future Society’s 1975 conference), “In Our Hands” (the motto of the Rio Conference 1992), and the transhumanist ambition of taking over evolution (through biotechnological methods, with spiritual beliefs as motivation).
This is basically the same message that he and fellow futurist/transhumanist/spiritual leaders such as Barbara Marx Hubbard, with the aid of Laurance Rockefeller, have been trying to sell to both the futurist, transhumanist, and spiritual communities for almost half a century, hoping to unify all groups in a utopian techno-spiritual Omega Point, using every possible real or man-made crisis as an excuse for a never-ending succession of experiments in eugenics, social engineering, and control of the population.
Is this really the future we want?
Inger and Jacob Nordangård
Feel free to express what kind of future you want in the comments section. And read more about the background of these outlandish plans in Rockefeller – Controlling the Game