I have called that group the Global Controllers and others have different terms for them.
However, they are not the focus of my writings and efforts.
The company sold the best heating system that has ever been on the world market and it placed that system for free on customers homes by using the most ingenious marketing plan that I ever saw.
That effort was killed by the local electric industry, which saw our technology as a threat to its revenues and profits, and my wild ride began.
Radicals seek a fundamental understanding of events (so they aim for the root and do not hack at branches), but more economically than politically in my partner's instance.
He would never see the energy industry the same way again after his radicalization (also called "awakening") in Seattle, but he had more radicalization ahead of him.
The owner of the Seattle business left the state to rebuild his effort.
My use of "radical" intends to convey the original "going to the root" meaning.Our public awareness efforts became highly successful and we were building free energy prototypes.In early 1988, our efforts were targeted by the local authorities, again at the behest of energy interests, both local and global.In 1974, as that engine created a stir in the USAs federal government, I began dreaming of changing the energy industry.In that same year, I had my cultural and mystical awakenings.
I regard them as a symptom of our collective malaise, not a cause. Our efforts also caused great commotion within New Englands electric industry and attracted attempts by the local authorities to destroy our business.