Tag Archives: Technocracy

Technocracy and Isms

IN THIS EDITION: COMPARISON OF THE MAIN ISMS – Capitalism, Socialism, Fascism, and Communism – TO THE TECHNOCRATIC PLAN BY TECHNOCRACY INC. For many years people outside of Technocracy Incorporated have been touting the dangers of Technocracy. Attempting to create fear, and sell their books or vision of the world, by saying what they claim […]

Technocracy’s ideas in video form

Technocracy’s ideas in video form We found this on the web and it espouses what Technocracy has been saying since the 1920s. It is wonderful to see other people/groups promoting Technocracy’s tenets. This video is based on the book “How Soon Is Now?” by Daniel Pinchbeck. Click for Video:

Clarifying Misinformation about Technocracy

It has come to our attention that some organizations, and individual people are trying to denigrate Technocracy Inc. by stating untruths about us. People maneuver and twist information, or just make up information to defame an organization.  The most vocal against Technocracy Inc. are asking for your money to put in their pockets to support their […]

Science and Technology, the Real Engines of Social Progress

R.E. Landridge 1996 Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 3rd quarter 1996, No. 344 The story of humanity is best characterized by the almost total lack of social progress throughout our history. We have, since our appearance on this planet, moved from small groups of individuals living predominantly on whatever was close at hand and sheltering in whatever was […]

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The Energy Distribution Card

THAT WHICH CEASES TO FUNCTION, CEASES TO EXIST. Adapted from an article in the Technocracy Magazine, July 1937 Copyright 1938, Technocracy Inc. Edited, Updated and printed: August 2006   THE ENERGY DISTRIBUTION CARD As each day passes it becomes more evident that our socio-economic structure is unsustainable in the technological, scientific age in which we […]

Sweet Mystery of Money

Ron Miller  1994 Published in: Northwest Technocrat Newsletter, April 1994, No. 123 The Northwest Technocrat, 1st quarter 1995, No. 338 The real problem with money is that some people confuse it with wealth. Money is not wealth. It represents wealth. The attitude seems to be that if people, or the economy, don’t have enough money, […]

Bread and Circuses (Panem et Circenses)

Burton W. Bogardus  1994 Published in: Northwest Area News, August 1994, No. 126   In the early part of the last century, our grandparents were taught that the world was made about 4004 BC, as that was the date determined by a Bishop Usher who had counted the generations from the first man, Adam, to the […]

Disguised Reality

John Berge 1990  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 1st quarter 1990, No. 318   It is easy to be misled by all the excitement and emotion portrayed in the media. But we are being cheated; we are given only superficial information that conceals the real events. Beneath the surface is a different story and one can get […]


The Technical Alliance was the forerunner of Technocracy, Inc.  For reasons of ensuring the studies of the Alliance were not “politicized,” they had to incorporate to maintain a legal standing to protect their information.   Note the date of this interview; February 20, 1921.  The land area we call North America could have begun to […]

Lessons from the Past

John Berge 1996 Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 2nd quarter 1996, No. 343   No more than glimpses of what once existed are revealed to us in the ever changing languages, religions, myths and legends. But, sometimes the painstaking effort by scientists can give us a few facts that can raise the curtain of the past just a […]

Mass Extinction

Ron Miller 1989  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 4th quarter 1989, No. 317  This article was adapted from a lecture.   Some 66 million years ago a planetoid about 6 miles in diameter hit the earth with an awesome, stupendous force. It was a disaster of tremendous magnitude. Winds of 200 to 300 miles per hour raced over […]

The History Books Lied

L.W. Nicholson  1997  Published in: Technocracy Digest, 3rd quarter 1997, No. 325   The United States of America has a long history of liberty, freedom from political oppression, and justice for all citizens. Any school child who has studied American history, knows this, and can tell stories concerning the founding father who fought for the rights […]

A Day in the Life of a Teacher

Pam Edwards  1996 Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 3rd quarter 1996, No. 344   In a recent science fiction movie, TWELVE MONKEYS, the hero is forced to live physically underground because the surface of the earth is too contaminated, and he is trapped in a totalitarian society in which the vast majority of humans have already died […]