As a matter of fact, belief in God was replaced with belief in technologies while all the original religious habits were perverted and converted into promiscuous sexual intercourses and mass consumption of drugs (soma) inducing a state of euphoria and inner detachment in individuals.
Having the opportunity of satisfying its basic needs society consolidated one of the most essential dogmas of the World State: “God isn’t compatible with machinery and scientific medicine and universal happiness” (Huxley 159).
Science is considered to be the fundamental power controlling this system as it has reached significant progress by the beginning of the narration.
However, the most essential scientific achievements in the novel have been mostly focused on the implementation of total control over the citizens of the World State, and also over all spheres of their lives.
Other comedy can be seen all throughout the novel, and helps depict the novel as satire.
Hence, since the novel is satire and depicts an artificially happy dystopian society, it can be said it does not and did not intend to capture the horrific realities of true totalitarian societies, like the societies we saw under Adolf Hitler's and Joseph Stalin's regimes.
Then he employs satire by creating ridiculous dialogue.
In the eyes of the governors of the society, the purpose of such control is to create "happy" people.
However, as “wordless conditioning is crude and wholesale” and it “cannot bring home the finer distinctions, cannot inculcate the more complex courses of behavior” it was decided to introduce an additional source of scientific manipulation – hypnopædia (Huxley 21).
As a result, all the necessary behavioral and thinking patterns being in the State’s best interest were put into people’s minds.