History

The history of The Venus Project offers a unique perspective into Jacque Fresco’s life. From the early years when he worked at Wright Field to the time he and his associate, Roxanne Meadows, built the Research Center in Venus, Florida. This timeline includes many magazine and newspaper publications but we plan to expand it by including recent events. We will inform you about the development of this project through our newsletters.

  • Written by Darius Moravcik Very briefly, The Venus Project is an organization that proposes a feasible plan of action for social change, a holistic global socio-economic system called a Resource Based Economy; that works towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. It outlines an alternative to strive towards where human rightsRead More...
  • Jacque Fresco, man behind the shackle-breaking ideology known as The Venus Project, was not afraid to sketch a mental picture of our beautiful planet – ruled by jungles, forests, lush palms, and marshes – and then mix it up with 3D architecture and sustainable-energy backed by science and technology. Confused?Read More...
  • The Venus Project’s straightforward approach to the redesign of a culture By Jacque Fresco The term and meaning of a Resource-Based Economy was originated by Jacque Fresco. It is a system in which all goods and services out available without the use of money, credits, barter or any other systemRead More...
  • By Kevin Kelso The following excerpts are a few of the questions from Kevin Kelso’s Interview with the creator of the Venus Project. The transcript from the rest of the full hour interview can be reviewed at Axiomatica.org Jacque Fresco: Abbreviated as “JF”Roxanne Meadows: Abbreviated as “RM”Kevin Kelso: Abbreviated asRead More...
  • By Patrick Bridgeman Imagine a world where war is outdated, there is no shortage of resources, and every human being enjoys a high standard of living. Jacque Fresco has. He is considered by many to be a modern-day Da Vinci. Peer to Einstein and the Buckminster Fuller, Jacques is aRead More...
  • By Morten Grønborg, Editor A vision is to a business as a lighthouse is to a ship at sea — a signpost and a guideline for future direction. A utopia can be roughly the same thing, albeit on quite another scale. A utopia describes a future society that is substantiallyRead More...
  • By Rossella Frigerio Ask any man on the streets what he thinks of our world today, and you’re likely to receive a response riddled with negatives. The environment is deteriorating, politicians are failing to deliver, the recession is eating up savings, and surviving the everyday has become difficult if notRead More...
  • By Taryn Yudaken For many of us today, the world is becoming increasingly unaffordable. With a crumbling economy, an endless war, and a collective ignorance about today varmints, the most powerful country in the world has become the most indebted and wasteful country in the world. There is global poverty-preventableRead More...
  • The Venus Project’s Showcase Of Things To Come Written by Alex Bodnar Jacque Fresco has been envisioning the future for nearly a century. He’s an inventor, artist, and industrial and architectural designer who holds more than 100 patents. The 92-year-old is a master of out-of-the-box thinking, and one need look noRead More...
  • A modern-day Da Vinci – this is the story of Jacque Fresco FUTURE BY DESIGN is a visually and intellectuals engaging exploration into one man’s vision of a future free from hunger, prisons and war. This documentary demonstrates a “possible future” with viable alternatives. Futurist Jacque Fresco is an outspoken and immediatelyRead More...
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