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As you know, I've been following the articles written by Steven Greer, M.D. in Nexus magazine. The most recent installment, in volume 14, No. 2 (March-April 2007, pp. 55-61) contains some interesting allegations and observations.
At the top of this list of allegations is Greer's observation that many "alien abductions" appear to be centered around or near military bases(p. 55), an observation that I also heard from author and UFOlogist Whitley Strieber when I was a guest on his Dreamland radio show last fall. Personally, I am inclined to accept Greer's contention that at least some "abduction" cases are staged events hosted by the military, often on victims who themselves have some connection to the military. It is Greer's contention that the purpose of these abductions is "to do exactly what Wernher Von Braun warned about: to prepare people for an eventual false threat from outer space that would 'unite the world' around a new level of centralised military-industrial-economic power." (p. 55) Greer refers, of course, to the affadavit of Von Braun associate, Dr. Carol Rosin, which is one of the testimonies contained in his Disclosure project, and which has formed a central part of my two books on Nazi secret weapons, Reich of the Black Sun and The SS Brotherhood of the Bell. More about that subject in a moment.
In any case, the implications of Greer's observation-cum-allegation is clear: the militaries of the world's great powers - with the USA presumably leading the pack - are conducting psychological operations of truly long-range nature, considering that the abduction phenomenon has been around since at least the end of World War Two, in its "contactee" variant.
Greer maintains further that these programs are conducted in conjunction with secret black projects that have been around"from the turn of the last century and World War I!"(p. 56) And of course he mentions the usual suspects in this regard: Tesla, Thomas Townsend Brown, and even has a brief mention of Faraday! (p. 56) Those who would attempt to blow the lid off this secretive development of "UFO" and related technologies "would have ended up like Jack Kennedy, or like Lord Marilyn Monroe and Mary Meyer and all those other people who were killed for not going along with the secrecy." Greer even adds former CIA director Bill Colby to this list, a fact that casts even more of a shadow on Colby's suspicious death.(p. 56)
With these observations, again, I am inclined to agree. After all, one of the themes of my book The SS Brotherhood of the Bell is that there is a pervasive Nazi presence in the background of the JFK assassination, and that one motivation for their involvement in that conspiracy was to protect secret Nazi technology that continued to be developed within the black projects briefs of the US military after the war, and developed quasi-independently of US control at that. Greer is skating very close here, to what I believe to be one of the essential cores of this group and its ideology: the Nazis. As Greer himself states towards the end of his article:

"(Then) there's an even smaller number who understand that the strings being pulled behind the scenes are from a transnational, fascist-oriented group, not unlike the Thules who were behind the emergence of Hitler. What they couldn't do overtly during the Third Reich, they have done covertly. And through Operation Paperclip, we brought them into the United States and seeded the aerospace inducstry and the CIA.
"So, the global socialist-fascist effort that did not take hold overtly in World War II has been going on, at a subterranean level, since then. We are about to see its unveiling in a larger way, as attempts to consolidate power in the world around such ase philosophy and around such a structure become consummated."(p. 59)

This is as close as I have ever heard anyone come to an admission that the Nazis - or rather, their "secret backers" in the various secret societies of pre-War Germany - were but cats' paws in a much larger game, and that they were central and core components in the post-war structure of international covert operations, black projects, and UFOlogy.
In other words, Dr. Greer gets it.
He knows, or rather, senses that something changed with World War Two and the "defeat" of the Nazis; that they merely went covert once again, and became an international rogue group, a core component of his international fascist-socialist rogue group.
But here is where I think Greer falls somewhat short. The underlying theme running throughout Greer's Nexus articles is that space should not be weaponized, and that the "ETs" who have been visiting us are really peaceful and not a threat. However, what military, of whatever power, would honestly behave in this fashion? Let's be reasonable here: if there is an "ET" aspect to UFOs, then it would be the height of irrationality for the militaries of the world's great powers not to assume a "worse case scenario" posture and attempt to provide for some defense of their country and the wider world at large. They would be remiss in their briefs if they did so. In addition to this, Greer is forgetting the step immediately prior to the "ET" threat in Von Braun's "case for space weaponization," mentioned in Carol Rosin's affidavit, and that step is that before the ET threat, there will be the "asteroid threat." In other words, to save the earth from catastrophic impacts, space will have to be weaponized. One should note the implication here, for the deployment of weapons of sufficient power to destroy an asteroid, or at least "nudge it off course" assumes that weapons of extraordinary power and sophistication already exist. And that of course implies the existence of weapons able to be deployed offensively against the surface of the earth as well. Once again, if this threat is real, the great powers' militaries would be remiss in their brief not to prepare against such an eventuality.
In this regard it is interesting to note the recent increase of programs on the Discovery and History channels dealing with ancient and modern asteroid impacts and their presumed deadly effects on the environment of the Earth.
But in any case, it is utterly irrelevant to the case whether or not "ET's" intentions are hostile or not, since the world's militaries will operate under the assumptions of "the worst case scenario" that they are a threat, since the same holds true for asteroids, which obviously cannot be construed as having any "intention" of hostility or not.
There is a second problem with Greer's allegations, one with which I am sure he is familiar since he has already admitted the existence of a "technologies suppression" effort going back at least as far as Tesla, if not much father...perhaps even to Farraday! But in order to suppress such abberant technologies, one must also suppress the physics theories and observations on which they are based. One must, in other words, create a "public consumption" physics, of breathtaking beauty and mathematical seductiveness, a physics that can only lead to various dead ends, while secretly and covertly developing a whole different paradigm of physics.
I believe this is what in fact has happened, for there are little indicators here and there that this is the case, from Heaviside's editting of Maxwell's original electromagnetic equations from quaternion geometry to linear algebra, thus editting out of his equations the scalar component, to careful suppression within histories of physics of the implications of Georges Sagnac's rotational version of the Michelson-Morley experiment, to the careful suppression of observations that contradict the predictions of General Relativity, and the almost "divine" status accorded to that theory within normal physics pedagogy, a status equalled elsewhere in science only by the theory of evolution.
Which leads us to why Greer gets it, "sort of." Greer implies that it was the threat that JFK, Lord Mountbatten, Mary Meyer, Marilyn Monroe and others posed to the secretive development of alternative technologies that was the motivation for their murders or "death by suspicious causes" in some cases. But it is not so. The real problem for such a covert program of suppressed technologies and physics is rather different, for once such a technology is let out of the bag, it would only be a matter of time before some enterprising and brilliant mind deciphered the physics paradigm that made it work. Once that paradigm becomes widely known, the jig is up for Greer's covert rogue group, for the proliferation problem will then become a nightmare for it, allowing not only access to more efficient energy, but also access to weapons that would make a hydrogen bomb look like a kitchen match, an access more easily acquired too, since such weapons are much less costly and complex to build.
Might, then, the "suppression" group's motivations also be in part "altruistic", to protect the world from a future where a Michael Corleone, or an Adolf Hitler or Osama bin Laden have relatively easy access to such instruments of power?
Think about it...

5 thoughts on “DR GREER GETS IT….SORT OF….”

  1. Joseph P. Farrell

    Sorry folks about not responding to these comments much sooner…I have since moved back home to South Dakota and haven’t had the time to keep up with my blog site, not that I was ever very good at that anyway!

    So, Steve, Caradoc, I shall attempt to respond to certain points in your comments all in one fell swoop, if that’s ok.

    Steve: I quite agree about the “jackals” who run the world, or at least, who would LIKE to. My argument was, however, designed to question the basic assumptions of Dr. Greer’s argument, which I find increasinly specious. Any technology based on practical use of the quantum potential or ZPE is also potentially weaponizable, and if so, the potential exists for weapons of mass destruction beyond our wildest thermonuclear nightmares.

    My point was to point this out, and I clearly qualified the “altruistic” nature of their proliferation concerns precisely by placing it in quotation marks.

    Hope that addresses your concerns. As for the bloodline aspect of this, I am not a fan of David Icke and have not even read Alan Watt. I do hope, at some time in the future, to air my own thoughts on the bloodline story.

    Caradoc: The Scientology aspect does not fit, I believe into the specific picture I developed in Reich of the Black Sun nor in SS Brotherhood of the Bell. That being said, it DOES fit the wider pattern of occult underpinnings to much of modern physics and space technology, as, for example, in the relationships between L. Ron Hubbard and Jack Parsons.

    Jonathan: I am not sure which technologies your are asking about when you inquire whether any have been experimentally verified. So I am guessing on what you’re inquiry is.

    THat being said, then with respect to the Bell, some of these technologies are outlined in that book itself: namely, phase conjugate effects generated by radar wave mixing on non-linear RAM material…. Additionally one MIGHT site the experiments of Podkletnov on rotating fields in super-conductors.

    If on the other hand you mean the Giza Death Star series, then here the problem is much more difficult, since the case that I argued was 1) much more speculative and 2) admits that there are holes in our knowledge of what the missing components were and how the total system was integrated. A detailed description of their interrelationships would be a nightamarishly difficult task, since one would have both to a) reverse engineer the structure much more thoroughly than anyone has yet done (Dunn being the BEST example of this effort) and b) once this was done, something like a “tensor analysis” of the total machine would have to be undertaken to exhibit those interrelationships with formal explicitness. We are a long way from that, and for this reason I qualified my Giza Death Star “Weapons Hypothesis” as an HYPOTHESIS, and not a THEORY.

    One MIGHT comprise some sort of amalgam of an experiment similar to the late war German radar experiments mentioned above, only this time, using a scale model of the Great Pyramid composed of granite with polish limestone casings. Such an experiment is feasible, but probably cost prohibitive to most budgets. The scale model would have to be pulsed with interferred radar waves, and appropriate measuring equipment would have to be devised.

    My GUESS – and it is only an intuited GUESS – is that if the proper resonance can be established, some sort of non-linear threshold would be crossed, and that the structure would create a longitudinal pulse with a coefficiency of performance greater than unity, i.e., the pulse would output more energy than the interferred radar waves put into it.

    This would probably result in destroying or damaging the equipment inputting the signal as well as the measuring equipment, if they were not adequately shielded, and without proper precuations could possibly result in very adverse effects on any personnel in the region.

    Sorry this is all so speculative, but that’s the nature of the case as of this juncture. I stress, again, that the Giza Death Star series attempts to make a prima facie case, and not to elaborate a more formal theory of the weapon hypothesis. That would, as I indicated, probably require something like a “Kron”-like tensor analysis.

    I do hold out the possibility that such a formal analysis might itself be necessary for a COMPLETE reverse engineering of the structure….

    ….but THAT is the subject of another, much more technical, book…

  2. Mr. Joseph Farrell:

    I have recently been following the postings of a gentleman purporting to be William Rutledge, who claims to be a former astronaut for an alleged secret Apollo 20 mission.

    I have actually engaged in some correspondence with him and am not yet unconvinced of his sincerity. Given the topics of your books (which I have enjoyed and purchased via, I thought you might be interested.

    He has been posting digitizations of old footage at youtube as, he says, he has been able to arrange to have them converted:

    There are interviews with him also posted online:

    …as well as a fair degree of hypothesis exploration:

    I just thought you might be interested.

    I am also curious what your opinions might be regarding experimental verification of some of the technologies you have described in some of your other books.

    Some of the technologies described should be relatively easy to verify with somewhat common laboratory apparatus; do you know anyone who has tried?

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

  3. I’ve just come across this blog after having read and re-read all of the books. It looks as though comments are rather sparce, which comes as a surprise given the provocative nature of the subject.

    As to the current topic, once we posit that many UFO encounters are staged, the presumption becomes that the rest probably are too, but we have yet to discover the method. I suspect the same technology used to create ‘crop circles’ may have wider application.

    And a question that came to mind as I read ‘Brotherhood’ was how Scientology fits into the picture.

    I’ll hold my other thoughts for later, but it is wonderful to find a place to air them. Cheers.

  4. I cannot imagine anything more implausible than “altruism” on the part of the jackals who run the planet. I concede that this may be because I think this little Control System and its Bloodlines go back into ancient history (I’m with David Icke and Alan Watt et al here). but If this is so, then “altruism” is out of the question. Here is the future these jackals have planned for us in the New World Order (as foretold in the Matrix movies). These weapons are for use on *us* and they are ready *now*, not 2035:,,2053021,00.html

    Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future

    Richard Norton-Taylor
    Monday April 9, 2007
    The Guardian

    Information chips implanted in the brain. Electromagnetic pulse weapons. The middle classes becoming revolutionary, taking on the role of Marx’s proletariat. The population of countries in the Middle East increasing by 132%, while Europe’s drops as fertility falls. “Flashmobs” – groups rapidly mobilised by criminal gangs or terrorists groups.
    This is the world in 30 years’ time envisaged by a Ministry of Defence team responsible for painting a picture of the “future strategic context” likely to face Britain’s armed forces. It includes an “analysis of the key risks and shocks”. Rear Admiral Chris Parry, head of the MoD’s Development, Concepts & Doctrine Centre which drew up the report, describes the assessments as “probability-based, rather than predictive”.

    Article continues



    The 90-page report comments on widely discussed issues such as the growing economic importance of India and China, the militarisation of space, and even what it calls “declining news quality” with the rise of “internet-enabled, citizen-journalists” and pressure to release stories “at the expense of facts”. It includes other, some frightening, some reassuring, potential developments that are not so often discussed.
    New weapons

    An electromagnetic pulse will probably become operational by 2035 able to destroy all communications systems in a selected area or be used against a “world city” such as an international business service hub. The development of neutron weapons which destroy living organs but not buildings “might make a weapon of choice for extreme ethnic cleansing in an increasingly populated world”. The use of unmanned weapons platforms would enable the “application of lethal force without human intervention, raising consequential legal and ethical issues”. The “explicit use” of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons and devices delivered by unmanned vehicles or missiles.


    By 2035, an implantable “information chip” could be wired directly to the brain. A growing pervasiveness of information communications technology will enable states, terrorists or criminals, to mobilise “flashmobs”, challenging security forces to match this potential agility coupled with an ability to concentrate forces quickly in a small area.


    “The middle classes could become a revolutionary class, taking the role envisaged for the proletariat by Marx,” says the report. The thesis is based on a growing gap between the middle classes and the super-rich on one hand and an urban under-class threatening social order: “The world’s middle classes might unite, using access to knowledge, resources and skills to shape transnational processes in their own class interest”. Marxism could also be revived, it says, because of global inequality. An increased trend towards moral relativism and pragmatic values will encourage people to seek the “sanctuary provided by more rigid belief systems, including religious orthodoxy and doctrinaire political ideologies, such as popularism and Marxism”.

    Pressures leading to social unrest

    By 2010 more than 50% of the world’s population will be living in urban rather than rural environments, leading to social deprivation and “new instability risks”, and the growth of shanty towns. By 2035, that figure will rise to 60%. Migration will increase. Globalisation may lead to levels of international integration that effectively bring inter-state warfare to an end. But it may lead to “inter-communal conflict” – communities with shared interests transcending national boundaries and resorting to the use of violence.

    Population and Resources

    The global population is likely to grow to 8.5bn in 2035, with less developed countries accounting for 98% of that. Some 87% of people under the age of 25 live in the developing world. Demographic trends, which will exacerbate economic and social tensions, have serious implications for the environment – including the provision of clean water and other resources – and for international relations. The population of sub-Saharan Africa will increase over the period by 81%, and that of Middle Eastern countries by 132%.

    The Middle East

    The massive population growth will mean the Middle East, and to a lesser extent north Africa, will remain highly unstable, says the report. It singles out Saudi Arabia, the most lucrative market for British arms, with unemployment levels of 20% and a “youth bulge” in a state whose population has risen from 7 million to 27 million since 1980. “The expectations of growing numbers of young people [in the whole region] many of whom will be confronted by the prospect of endemic unemployment … are unlikely to be met,” says the report.

    Islamic militancy

    Resentment among young people in the face of unrepresentative regimes “will find outlets in political militancy, including radical political Islam whose concept of Umma, the global Islamic community, and resistance to capitalism may lie uneasily in an international system based on nation-states and global market forces”, the report warns. The effects of such resentment will be expressed through the migration of youth populations and global communications, encouraging contacts between diaspora communities and their countries of origin.

    Tension between the Islamic world and the west will remain, and may increasingly be targeted at China “whose new-found materialism, economic vibrancy, and institutionalised atheism, will be an anathema to orthodox Islam”.


    Iran will steadily grow in economic and demographic strength and its energy reserves and geographic location will give it substantial strategic leverage. However, its government could be transformed. “From the middle of the period,” says the report, “the country, especially its high proportion of younger people, will want to benefit from increased access to globalisation and diversity, and it may be that Iran progressively, but unevenly, transforms…into a vibrant democracy.”


    Casualties and the amount of damage inflicted by terrorism will stay low compared to other forms of coercion and conflict. But acts of extreme violence, supported by elements within Islamist states, with media exploitation to maximise the impact of the “theatre of violence” will persist. A “terrorist coalition”, the report says, including a wide range of reactionary and revolutionary rejectionists such as ultra-nationalists, religious groupings and even extreme environmentalists, might conduct a global campaign of greater intensity”.

    Climate change

    There is “compelling evidence” to indicate that climate change is occurring and that the atmosphere will continue to warm at an unprecedented rate throughout the 21st century. It could lead to a reduction in north Atlantic salinity by increasing the freshwater runoff from the Arctic. This could affect the natural circulation of the north Atlantic by diminishing the warming effect of ocean currents on western Europe. “The drop in temperature might exceed that of the miniature ice age of the 17th and 18th centuri

  5. This Mobius strip we call our universe will recycle this timeline until we get it right. The clues are sprinkled throughout and suppressed whenever possible but some things just cannot be erased. The stars in the heavens, the monuments known and unknown and then there is the Supreme Creator. As far as I’m concerned, we’ve got it made. It just may not be in our life time or even in this dimension. I could be more explicit but that would be putting the cart before the horse.

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