The first science fiction novel is likely Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, released on (911 encode) January 1, 1818, while she was all of 20 years old. Jules Verne would be next releasing tales mixing science and fantasy, but the credit for the creation of science fiction as a literary device almost certainly goes to H.G. Wells. Wells was the head of the British Intelligence during WWI, and is also credited as the so-called “spiritual grandfather” of the Aquarian Conspiracy, as covered by author Daniel Estulin. Wells was mentored by T. H. Huxley, who founded the British Round Table Intelligence organization and, of course, Huxley is known for his own work on a science fiction story called Darwinism. We will show the reason and intent for the creation of the genre (not a legitimate literary genre for decades) called Science Fiction – which is to lead adult minds into a fantasy based reality. Welcome to the modern era where comic book fare is top of the pops. Sit back and consider this research as human minds fall to new lows everywhere. Let the theory, based on a theory called Gravity, keep you safely in your chair.