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The Venus Project

Open letter to Kenya Confidential Readers

Hello Reader,

Would you like to be part of changing how humans live?

In our update this month, we are pleased to share some new developments, along with our latest released materials. We want to introduce two audio lectures that we just released in a variety of formats.

The first is called “Optimum Tools” and the second is called “Psychologists, Psychiatrists, & Psychological Problems”. If you have experience in fundraising, we also would appreciate your help for our project called The Center for Resource Management. Finally, we invite you to view our new short video introducing this project.

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Help With Fundraising

The Venus Project is now in the process of designing and developing a major physical construction project known as the Center for Resource Management. This project is a significant undertaking, and it will serve as a stepping stone towards the realization of our proposed first experimental city, and a network of cities that follow.

Making the Center for Resource Management a reality will require very substantial resources and support. That is why we have decided to put together a volunteer team that will systematically pursue multiple opportunities to get the necessary support to realize this project.

As we are exploring multiple avenues, we’re currently looking for help from people who are experienced in any of the following:

  • Developing and running fundraising campaigns, especially for large projects
  • Finding and developing relationships with new donors and partners (individuals, foundations, corporations, governments) whose goals match our project’s goals
  • Writing grant proposals
  • People who have connections with individuals or organizations that may be interested in partnering or collaborating with us

If any of the above applies to you and you’d like to help, we’d love to hear from you. To join our efforts, please follow the instructions on this page.

Two Lectures Available 

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 Optimum Tools

In Optimum Tools, Jacque Fresco discusses why we still don’t use the most sophisticated tools for evaluation even after we have been exposed to them. How do people who should “know better” get themselves into trouble? He discusses the causes of personal limitations and the skills needed for personal effectiveness. He examines the disconnect between theory and practice, thoughts and actions, due to conditioned behaviour.

Fresco explains how it is our environmental influences that condition our behavior, rather than our exposure to words only. He demonstrates how the pressures of the real world can limit a person’s objectivity. Other topics include: stress and anger management, love and subjectivity, making accommodations to other people, the impossibility for people to change suddenly, habits of thought, educated perception, people’s saturation levels of how much information they can take,

He also explains about learning thresholds and needs, the self-centeredness of animals and children, selfish vs social behavior, conditioning people to sacrifice themselves and not to feel pain, relative orders of pain, the world as the prime affector that directs people’s behavior, how our ability to describe events mechanistically is limited by our human subjectivity. He comments upon Margaret Mead, George Crile’s Mechanistic View of War and Peace, and B.F. Skinner.

Available in:

  1. Audio With Scrolling Video Transcript
  2. Audio
  3. Text only

A video trailer can also be viewed at the above links.

Psychologists, Psychiatrists, & Psychological Problems 

In this lecture, Jacque Fresco deals with the function of psychology and the failures of psychiatry to treat psychological problems. He differentiates between client-centered therapy and behavioral engineering. Fresco analyzes the tradeoffs between the opposing lifestyles of self-serving egoism vs. what he calls “functional selfishness” (working in service of society) and their relation to mental health and public health. Fresco also comments upon Wayne Dyer’s self-help books, Ayn Rand’s objectivism, B.F. Skinner’s Walden Two, and Mark Twain’s Letters from Earth.

Available in:

  1. Audio With Scrolling Video Transcript
  2. Audio
  3. Text only

A video trailer can also be viewed at the above links.

Enjoy a Short Video Introducing The Center for Resource Management

Introducing The Center For Resource Management

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