Hi folks. I just heard from David Childress at Adventures Unlimited Press today that The Nazi International will be going to press in about 2 months, so get your Christmas pre-orders in now. You can call Adventures Unlimited during normal business hours 9-5 PM CDT at 1-800-718-4514 or go to their website at . The above is a picture of the cover and I'm VERY pleased about the look and fonts of the art work. David did an excellent job!

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Dan on July 2, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Can anyone tell me why most copies I find of this book on the internet are going for 2 -300$?

  2. Billy on March 7, 2009 at 1:21 pm

    Dr. Farrell: You mentioned a “hotel in the middle of nowhere” in Argentina. Are you referring to the “Eden Hotel”, in La Falda-Córdoba? The “Llao-Llao Hotel”, in Bariloche? I have no possibility to access your book in Argentina, thank you very much for your time.

  3. Joseph Farrell on November 16, 2008 at 3:40 pm


    Yes I rather suspect that you’re correct….the Nazi International is alive and well. How pervasive and influential it might be, and whether weather warfare is an item on its agenda, is an interesting question. I rather suspect, the Nazis being the insane power mad people that they are, that they would certainly go after such a capability if they had the means and money to do so.


  4. David on November 7, 2008 at 3:26 am

    What a coincidence! The Americans are wanting to do the exact same things and include weather domination by 2025 while you’re at it.
    The question is, are these men REALLY Americans or has Operation Paperclip left more of biological trail and less of a paper one?

  5. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell on November 7, 2008 at 12:18 am

    Dear John B:

    I think I emailed you privately concerning your theological questions. I don’t intend to go into much theology here, and tend to avoid the subject more or less as much as possible since I’ve “retired” from it. In so far as expanding on it goes… I have TWO series of books, and if they’re all read very carefully, you will be able to piece together my thinking.

    Best wishes,
    Joseph F

  6. JohnB on November 1, 2008 at 8:55 pm

    Hello Joseph,

    I agree with “Fredorr” that last interview with GeorgeAnn was fantastic. I have read 2 of your books so far and they are great, you are one of a few that takes Sitchin seriously, I read most of his books in the 90s. I have one question though, you make a reference, in your last interview with GeorgeAnn, to dispensationalism, in your view you said most have it wrong, I would like to know what your view is, and how you feel it is shaping the future, or how it has become someones play book? I have had suspicions about this issue for a long time. I grew up Lutheran and now go to a very fundamentalist Baptist Church but have always wondered about some of the Baptist theology concerning these issues. I would really appreciate you expanding on this subject!



  7. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell on October 12, 2008 at 8:19 pm

    Dear Mr Anteau and “Fredorr”:

    Mr Anteau: Yes I am aware of all sorts of dire internet predictions. Frankly, I tend to be skeptical of most things on the internet until proven otherwise. That said, there is something extraordinarily suspicious about the alleged troop suicides and I, along with a couple of other well known names in the alternative community, have exchanged private emails on the subject and we’re of the conclusion that something technological may have been involved, and that there may be an ancient technological agenda as well.

    Mr. “Fredorr”: I already responded to this comment to you in a private email. Basically, as indicated there, I don’t really have the time or money to devote to getting a radio show up and running and making money, as it would take away too much time from research. But thank you for the encouragement anyway. It’s much appreciated,

    Joseph F

  8. fredorr on October 12, 2008 at 2:43 am

    Joseph…Have you ever thought about doing a weekly podcast ( in your spare time !! ) I’ve listened to everything I can dig up with your interviews with various host but still can’t get enough.. The 11 part serious with Georgeann Hughes is it? …the BYTE SHOW was really GREAT, especially not having any commercial breaks…I’ve listened to that probably 3 times already. Is there a possibility of a Part 12 with her? The guys at REDICECREATIONS are good too…unique…and of course I’ve been a Coast to Coast member for 12 years. Ian Punett is a refreshing interviewer on the weekend show…..You don’t do anything on the weekends, do you?

  9. Steve A on October 8, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    I know you have stated very broadly that you do not participate in “catastrophism” but I HAVE to ask if you have any comments on the recent string of scares all over the internet including, but not limited to, Bill Deagle’s “prophecy” of a Oct. 7th-ish (he really covers his bases) attack, the whatdoesitmean articles on the Area-51 personnel controlling the bailout cash or the related article about the troop suicides coinciding with ancient technology being activated .

    I don’t want to put you on the spot but there’s a LOT of stuff swirling at the moment and was curious if you had any comments.

  10. Cecilia on September 23, 2008 at 7:08 pm

    Dr. Farrell, there’s a typo in the website name–adeventures. When I click on it, it takes me nowhere. Ooops. It should be adventures…

  11. Joseph Farre,, on September 12, 2008 at 1:12 am

    Bon chance avec Francaise, mon amis.

    …which reminds me of the old joke: Why are all the boulevards in Paris lined with trees?

    Because the Germans like to goosestep in the shade…


    Joseph Farrell

  12. Steven Anteau on September 11, 2008 at 12:31 pm

    No problem.

    I’ve said this numerous times already, but I LOVE your books. I’ll be 100% honest, I’m not a “math” guy, I am about to receive my associates in sociology, afterwards I am going to pursue my bachelor with a minor in philosophy and start a second associates degree in some form of mathematics (just see what I can do). With that said, I skipped about 1/3 on average of your GDS series (you can’t blame me, can you?), but I respect your research SO much, there’s lines in academia you can’t cross without becoming a laughing stock, it seems in conspiracy research there are similar (hypocritical) lines, and you break all of them. Your research on ancient warfare in particular is astounding, to take in and examine research you don’t even agree with, just for that 1 important point, and I also appreciate your philosophical/logic based examinations, most people throw the baby out with the bathwater, you know?

    As far as Jim Marrs, Rule by Secrecy was the first book, like book type book that wasn’t from high school, I ever read, it was, and still is, my Bible of sorts, but yes his end noting is mercilessly tiresome and it becomes a series of IBIDs and also, there’s no resource page! We just have to follow the end notes, would it of cost the publisher that much to include 9 more pages of source listings?

    I still love the book, it’s been hard to read what with taking a WW2 class (where they teach us the complete opposite of your work :)) and French and whatever else, but keep up the good work, and hopefully you’ll find a nice $85 deposit in your Paypal for GHD soon 🙂

  13. Joseph Farrell on September 11, 2008 at 11:16 am

    Hi Mr. Anteau:

    Actually Jim’s book is rather thoroughly referenced, though why publishers continue to insist publishing endnotes rather than footnotes I will never know. Word processing has made footnoting very easy, and, like you, I find it much more convenient to use footnotes than endnotes. Endnotes are a bother because you’re always flipping back and forth and it gets to be a nuisance.

    As for the contents of my book, they’re very much different than Jim’s. I’m more directly concerning with Nazis per se, not their fascist-minded counterparts in the gang of criminals, pirates, gangsters in the global corporate elite crowd. It’s an examination of some little known political things, plus a continuation, in some chapters, of the Bell story, and even talks about a few things concerning space. I re-read the book a few days ago as I always do after finishing a book. I put it down for a couple of weeks, forget about it, then go back and see how it reads, and I think you won’t be disappointed.

    Again, thanks for the ind words and visiting my site.

    Joseph Farrell

  14. Steven Anteau on September 9, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    WOW! Looks great. I am reading Jim Marrs’ Rise of the Fourth Reich but I must admit, his (lack of) footnoting kinda drives me up the wall, I’m hoping for a much more referenced telling of the same story with this one

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