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THE PROPER ORDER TO READ THE BOOKS

One of the commentators here, Mr. Sam Thielen, asked an excellent question that I thought I should address here rather than in the FAQ section. He asked what the proper order of reading my books should be. In actual fact, there are three ways one can read them, and it was in my mind when I started doing these sorts of books that anyone should be able to pick them up and read them in one of these three ways without detriment to the impact of the whole corpus of works.

The first and most obvious way to read them is in the order they were originally written, and to my mind, this probably would be the most helpful, though it does mean that one has to deal with the difficult technical material in the Giza Death Star Trilogy right up front. But in any case, for those interested, the order of their publication, from the first book forward until now, is:

1) The Giza Death Star: The Paleophysics of the Great Pyramid and the Military Compound at Giza

2) The Giza Death Star Deployed: The Physics and Engineering of the Great Pyramid

3) Reich of the Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons and the Cold War Allied Legend

4) The Giza Death Star Destroyed: The Ancient War for Future Science

5) The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: NASA's Nazis, JFK, and MAJIC-12

6) The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts

7) Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, The Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory

8) The Philosophers' Stone: The American "Gold," The Soviet "Mercury," and the Nazi "Serum"

9) The Nazi International: The Nazis' Postwar Plan to Control FInance, Conflict, Science, and Space

10) Roswell and the Reich: The Nazi Connection

11) Babylon's Banksters:The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance, and Ancient Religion

12) LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy: A Coalescence of Interests

13) Genes,Giants, Monsters, and Men: The Surviving Elites of the Cosmic War and their Hidden Agenda

14) The Grid of the Gods: The Aftermath of the Cosmic War and the Physics of the Pyramid Peoples (with Scott D. de Hart)

15) Saucers, Swastikas, and Psyops: A History of a Breakaway Civilization

16) _______: A _______ of _______ (with Scott D. de Hart, In press, Feral House, expected in the Fall of 2012)

With the last two books, one of which is at a different publisher than the other books (Feral House), and the other which is being written right now (and will be published again by Adventures Unlimited), there may be a bit of a problem, as the ninth book is likely to be out before the eighth by a few weeks.

The second way to read the books is, of course, topically, in which case one would read The Giza Death Star Trilogy (in their proper order) and then The Cosmic War, or one would read the Nazi-themed books, Reich of the Black Sun, The SS Brotherhood of the Bell, Secrets of the Unified Field, The Philosophers' Stone, and The Nazi International. All of my books are referenced and deliberately desgined to tie into each other, and readers will quicly pick up on this when they read them, so one can read topically if one wishes.

Finally, the third way, of course, is to read them in any order one wishes. This can be done, as each book is also designed to be able to stand on its own even though viewed as part of a larger whole.

And speaking of books, I just received complimentary copies of The Cosmic War in its Polish language edition, and it looks great. My thanks to the people in Warsaw that did such a nice job of cover art, translation, and book layout!

10 thoughts on “THE PROPER ORDER TO READ THE BOOKS”

  1. Joseph,

    I read them in a strange order, but in the end it doesn’t matter, because JPF is so good at bringing me up to speed. Each of those little introductions and vignettes prepped me for the harder work of going deeper into the materia. I recommend the following order:

    The Cosmic War (2007)
    The Giza Death Star (2001)
    The Giza Death Star Deployed (2003)
    The Giza Death Star Destroyed (2005)
    The Philosophers’ Stone (2009)
    The Grid of the Gods (2011)
    Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men(2011)
    Yahweh: The Two Faced God (2012)
    Babylon’s Bankster’s (2010)
    The SS Brotherhood of the Bell (2006)
    Secrets of the Unified Field (2008)
    Reich of the Black Sun (2004)
    Roswell and the Reich (2010)
    Saucers, Swastikas, and Psyops (2011)
    The Nazi International (2008)
    LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy (2010)

    I suggest this order for the following reasons:

    The Cosmic War takes one into the implications of what Joseph is talking about in its starkest form. Then the Pyramid series, especially Destroyed. Then the Philosopher’s Stone speaks about some core issues that play out in one way or another in many other places. Then the Grid of the Gods as a way to understand it more deeply. Then Genes and the possible beings that were/are involved. Then Yahweh, because the scission of consciousness is critical in understanding the actions of the elites and their programs Then the Banksters, because this piece of the story informs the rise of directed scissional history and its backers and motivations. Then deep into Naziland, the Unified Field, Black Sun, Roswell, and Saucers. Then the International, which takes us into the modern era, and the LBJ book last, for America has become unrooted from itself since that event. The true implications are only now becoming clear.

    So I’ve offered more or less a consciousness approach, vaguely chronological. In the end, its really one book and these are merely chapters. JPF’s work reminds me of Robert Musil’s, the Man without Qualities. It took him 22 years to write the book, and he never really finished it, and it ranks as one of the most important works in any language. So too, will Joseph’s work. We only *wish* his books were fiction.

  2. Hey. Is it possible that you update this post to include your latest books up to todays date?

  3. I have been an amateur scholar of German history my whole life. I speak and write fluent German as well and have a degree from a prestigious university in economic history. Hoagland told me about your works and I have to say that you, Mr. Farell, know what you are talking about. You are very accurate in your description of real Nazi history. Thanks for your research.

  4. HI Everyone:

    Sorry I haven’t responded to posts before now, but I just finished writing THE NAZI INTERNATIONAL and getting it out to a publisher. Should be out by late winter or early spring….so, two books in one year? Yeah, I’m exhausted! Anyway, thanks for all the responses! I appreciate everyone who visits my site.

    Joseph Farrell

  5. I’d tend to go for: order of publication when it’s obvious it’s a series, and otherwise (ie – if the books don’t say they are sequels etc,) then it wouldn’t really matter what order.
    It’s like films, you’d tend to watch the sequels after the originals (unless in extreme cases like with Star Wars they begin at part 4).

    Anyway this one made me laugh because of what the title reminded me of – don’t suppose anyone here knows about ‘Omega Freedland’? He ran a forum attached to the Al Bielek website, and went off his head at someone posting there cause they hadn’t read the Montauk Project books in the right order (it doesn’t actually say on the books that you are meant to read them in any order though). Ah, the simpler days of pre-9-11 Earth. Before it all went even more wrong.

    “Well first you have to join the Order of the Black Sun, or the Black Jesuit Lizards, and that’s the correct order to read them from”……..

  6. Steven Anteau

    I read the books almost 100% out of order, reading them as SS Bro.-Cosmic War-GDS Dest.-Reich-GDS-GDS Dep.-and am now half way through Unified Field (I woulda been done by now but the new Jim Marrs book showed up in my library bin).

    My point is, I was already pretty read up on the subjects covered outside of the energy aspect, and I got by perfectly easy, in fact reading the footnotes and excerpts from previous books got me even more interested to read those.

  7. (Part of this might be SLIGHTLY off-topic. Freely edit or reject if so.)

    I read them in the order they came out because I’m a part-time bookdealer and had EVERY INTENTION of selling GDS when it first came out to the first Star Wars nerd that came around. Alas for poor me! I got curious and was hooked after the first dozen or so pages and have read the rest as they came out.

    In order of publication works best for me: I’ve read enough novelists to see how style matures with time; it’s part of the process that makes their themes come alive. As one of them said (Faulkner I think) most great artists are repetitive; but each time they repeat their deepest, primal concerns, they raise the ante and bump it up the food chain a notch or so. The Cosmic War was a lot of notches from GDS! But then I’m biased, I thought Cosmic War the best alternative history-science book written, a model of the form.

    For anyone interested in this topic, can I suggest a couple “after-class” items?

    This subject, I’ve come to notice, is vastly easier to approach for anyone that’s already read John Cogan’s little gem, The New Order of Man’s History (Elton-Wolf, 2001). Cogan just dusts up the “standard” model of history and provides great reference points and information on previous world catastrophes. Most people STILL think you’re pulling their legs the first time you touch this subject with them, no kidding! Cogan’s compact but cogent volume shames the doubters and makes you wonder when history departments fell asleep.

    Another more recent work (VERY recent: My copy got here yesterday) demonstrates how much we know and precisely how incredible things might yet get: Secrets of AntiGravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs and Classified Aerospace Technology, by Dr. Paul A. LaViolette. Experienced readers in this subject can skip right to Chapter 13 (!) which the redoubtable Dr LaViolette dubs “Black Hole Discovered in NASA.”

    In this infuriating chapter, I discovered after almost two decades what NASA was up to in the late 1980’s when NASA solicited off-the-wall, non-traditional, “outside the box” suggestions from anyone, including us mere citizens. Some of us took the bait and gave NASA the sort of advice we thought they could use.

    Oh, mistaken optimism and idealism! LaViolette concludes that what NASA called the SEOP (“Space Exploration Outreach Program”) was set up like an FBI front for a sting against organized crime. He concludes SEOP was nothing more than a “one-way intelligence gathering operation”. Since NASA is keeping some military technology secret, they also appear to be using “outreach” programs to keep tabs on what the rest of us might know… (My tax dollars at work.)

    At any rate, Giza Death Star readers will discover much to ponder in Secrets of AntiGravity Propulsion, so much so that it will enhance the enjoyment of Dr Farrell’s work substantially. LaViolette’s information (even the negative NASA stuff) works towards a higher level of awareness this subject seems to demand. All the better to prepare for the future. As the late G. Harry Stine used to say, You bet I’m preparing for the future — I’ll be living there the rest of my life!

  8. My experience was I saw reference to Joseph Farrell in an amazon.com review of one of Z. Sitchin’s books. I kept that name in my mental files and idly looked it up one day on amazon. I must have been in a very vulnerable state, because I instantly bought the 2 most recent books, Cosmic Warfare and Secrets of the Unified Field. I bought those 2 because I figured bookwriting might be like albums: a musician’s favorite is usually the most recent work. Although I have no technical background, I jumped in and devoured the books. Do I understand everything I read? Um, no, but neither was I intimidated. I am glad I started with those 2 books.

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