In this analysis, host Jay Dyer covers Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 dystopian novel Brave New World from a historical, philosophical and esoteric perspective. What is Huxley saying? Was he involved in erecting the scientistic state we now live in? Did he leave clues in his famous Berkeley lecture that suggest this? How does this relate to Bacon, Shakespeare and esoterism? Why are there curious references to Marx, Ford and Rothschild in the novel?
How did Huxley know about cloning in 1932 and does this future-historical fiction work prove “Hidden Metaphysics”? Is this book an even earlier reference to the real plan of MK ULTRA?
21WIRE contributor and author Jay Dyer is commentator on media, art, philosophy and culture. Jay’s podcast archive can be found on his blog Jay’s Analysis.
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