In my daydream, I saw myself and others building a University of Light in Vancouver. A universe city of love and learning. A university of the stars. For us and star people.
It’s first president was a woman; then a man; then a woman. And aside from the usual skills a university president needed to have, the head of UL was proficient in the divine qualities and the universal laws.
The president’s fitness to command was reaffirmed each year by a vote among all university employees. Salaries were generous enough to see that no one lived in need or debt. Hours of work were reasonable: six hours a day.
It’s curriculum was Exoanthropology, Exosociology, Exopsychology, Exolaw, Exobiology, Exoengineering, Exomedicine, Exoart, Exospirituality, and so on.
It was connected by continuous free shuttles to the nearest transportation hub. Located near were residences, parks, art studios, monasteries, and growth centers. It was located half a mile down the road from the Golden Gaia offices.
Tuition was kept low and scholarships and bursaries were available to all who needed them.
It sponsored a satellite campus in one major city in every nation. These campuses were fully funded. When they matured, they became autonomous.
And then I found myself dreaming another dream. I dreamt that I and some others had bought a major local hospital and renamed it the Divine Mother’s Hospital. The medical staff welcomed galactic collaboration and utilized some of the newest healing technologies that soon will be available to us.
And then the dream changed again and I saw a waste recycling plant that drew on free energy to change the molecular structure of refuse back to something useful. And a similar plant was located right on the top of the largest garbage dump in the middle of my my province, working away to transmute what we had buried for decades back into useful things.
And then I saw a car-manufacturing plant that turned out vehicles that worked by anti-gravity and free energy. And a huge tree farm. And a research lab that found a tasty substitute for meat.
And then I awoke and realized that these were all the things I had wanted to see arise. And I left off dreaming … and began planning.