Cars Going the Way of the Buggy Whip?

Will car dealerships, parking lots, and traffic jams soon be quaint pictures from the past?

by  Dana Taylor

My meditation notebooks are getting filled with some interesting, “out there,” thoughts. Increasingly, when I look back over them, I have practically no conscious memory of writing them down. The information in this message from September 17, 2017, refers to cars changing the planet. A Treehugger article today paralleled the ideas. Time will tell how prescient these thoughts may be.

Supernal Journal ~ September 17, 2017

Cars are at the forefront of changing the lives on the planet. This process began over 100 years ago and continues today. They bring the world’s population together, mix them up, drive the economies.

Now, the cars are changing again. They will drive the world away from the control of oil, oil exploration, and oil exploitation. The need to disturb Gaia to suck the oil will diminish. This will happen more quickly than anticipated.

The ripple effect on economic factors will be felt around the world. Some will benefit, others will not make the transition. Pray for the transition of the vehicles. This will make it easier.

TREEHUGGER Magazine November 8, 2017 quotes former GM Vice Chair, Bob Lutz:

“It saddens me to say it, but we are approaching the end of the automotive era. The auto industry is on an accelerating change curve. For hundreds of years, the horse was the prime mover of humans and for the past 120 years it has been the automobile. Now we are approaching the end of the line for the automobile because travel will be in standardized modules.”

Read the Full Article ~ Former GM Vice Chair Says Automotive Era Ending

What will the next era of transportation look like? I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

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