The year is 2120. My great great granddaughter is sitting on her McKenna SkyPod and is about to enjoy a picnic in a grassy field somewhere in Switzerland with her friend.
The SkyPod’s colour scheme and design is inspired by the Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle and it’s exciting sports/recreational mindset.
Watch the design and render process on YouTube: youtu.be/hTLIO5bLuO4
The McKenna SkyPod is a two seat compact UFO technology equipped recreational space/aircar designed primarily for stick and rudder aerodynamic sport flight enthusiasts. SkyPod takes off and lands silently using its anti-grav drive, and at the whim of the pilot can transition to aerodynamic flight mode. Its zero-point energy power source is used for the anti-grav system and aerodynamic propulsion system.
As anti-gravity is used for silent vertical takeoff and landing, it doesn’t require large wings while in aerodynamic mode and so the lifting body design is effective once the vehicle has been accelerated to a sufficient airspeed. It can fly to any place on the Earth and can also fly to the moon. In “UFO” mode, it can hover silently above the clouds or treetops for indefinite time periods. Perfect for romantic getaways. Zero-point energy and anti-gravity (electro-gravitic) technology are not new. They have been used in deep black (unacknowledged) military industrial projects since the 1940s. Once freely available, this clean unlimited energy source will transform the way we all live on this beautiful planet.
Passports, visas and other forms of freedom inhibitors and control no longer exist in the twenty second century.
The name McKenna was chosen to honor Terence and Dennis McKenna, who continue to awaken many to the wonders and benefits of sacred plant and mushroom psychedelics.
Imagine a post-scarcity future in which money, work, war, hunger and poverty don't exist and in which people are truly free. An uncountably vast number of technologically and spiritually advanced Starfaring civilizations throughout the universe have already achieved this level of existence and so shall we.
Designed and rendered on Procreate using an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil. YouTube link:youtu.be/hTLIO5bLuO4