Since its founding in 1889, in a legendary meeting at the top of the Eiffel Tower, there have been hundreds of suspected and confirmed members of the secretive PLUS ULTRA society. Due to technological advancements developed in the land they abandoned us for, it is said that many of the members successfully extended their lifespans beyond the deaths that history reports.
Evidence shows us that great minds previously assumed to be separated by generations met and conspired together.
Here is a sampling of the most notable members:
– Inventor. Considered the “Father of Plus Ultra.”
Thomas Alva Edison
– Inventor. Present at the founding meeting of Plus Ultra.
Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
– Founding Plus Ultra engineer. Architect of their crowning discovery.
Jules Gabriel Verne
– Writer and futurist.
Herbert George Wells
– Writer and futurist.
Other Early Members:
– Prominent Plus Ultra leader during the 1930s.
– Invented the Atomic Bomb for Plus Ultra as an energy source.
– Inventor and one of the few pacifist members of Plus Ultra.
– Doctor who left Plus Ultra before WWII to join the Third Reich. (Exchanging one evil for another.)
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
– Writer for Plus Ultra, friend of the founders.
– Narrator of Plus Ultra recruitment content during the 1939 Chicago World’s Fair.
Ray Douglas Bradbury
– Futurist writer for Plus Ultra, one of the final inductions of the “Walt era.”
Walter Elias Disney
– Theme Park magnate and optimistic futurist. Produced several secret Plus Ultra related attractions for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, including “It’s a Small World,” which was rumored to contain a secret Plus Ultra passageway.
– Alias of “Disney Cartographer” Plus Ultra member supervising “The Optimist” recruitment campaign.
Disney Plus Ultra Associates:
– Grandfather of Amelia Moreau. Writer for Plus Ultra’s secret exhibitions at the 1964 New York World’s Fair.
– Designer for Plus Ultra related exhibitions at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, including “It’s Small World,” the attraction under which a secret Plus Ultra passageway was said to exist.
– Mechanical engineer for Plus Ultra related exhibitions at the 1964 New York World’s Fair.
– Supervisor and futurist for Plus Ultra projects at the Walt Disney company.
Richard & Robert Sherman
– Songwriters employed for Plus Ultra related exhibitions at the 1964 World’s Fair, including “It’s a Small World,” and “There’s a Great, Big, Beautiful Tomorrow.”
Current Disney Plus Ultra contingent:
– Director of Pro-Plus-Ultra propaganda.
– Producer and writer of Pro-Plus-Ultra propaganda.
– Writer of Pro-Plus-Ultra propaganda.