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Well I thought it's about time for another update. First off, I spoke with Adam Parfrey at Feral House about a week ago, and he informed me that Babylon's Banksters should be out sometime next spring. I wish it were sooner of course, given all the news about the financial meltdown, but there you go.
Secondly, I've had a few emails asking about if I'm currently writing any books. I haven't bothered to put these in the comments sections as I just figured it would be easier to do it this way. The short answer is, yes, I am. In fact, I'm working on two books right now, and I hope to finish them before I too fall victim to the financial meltdown and have to quit writing. One of the books returns to "ancient themes" and the other....well, let's just say that's a surprise. It's about a subject I've always wanted to write on, but haven't. Doubtless the "surprise" will bring little joy or comfort to two different camps, and I doubt it will persuade either one. It's one of those "I've got to get this off my chest" sort of things, and it probably won't endear me to many people. But it fits in with the general line of my other books, so why not do it? I hope to have this second book done quickly, and out quickly. The first one, on "ancient themes" will take some more time as the subject matter is difficult, and the research is both very expensive, and slow-going to boot.
Finally, I'm off to the Tesla Tech Conference in a couple of days down in Albuquerque, and will be spending some time with friends in the region before heading on to the conference itself, where I'll be speaking on the Nazi Bell.
Again, thanks to all of you who visit my site, and taking the time to make comments. I'm sorry I can't reply to all of you, but your encouraging words and the time you took to compose them are appreciated. Also, a big thank you to those of you who've made donations. I really do appreciate that, as research is expensive, and surviving on royalties and book sales is a rather difficult proposition, needless to say! Your contributions ARE greatly appreciated, and thank you again. More updates when I return from the conference, and, I hope, perhaps even an essay on the state of alternative talk radio and media!
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There is an article on the London Times website today about the hunt for Martin Bormann. Apparently MI5 has released some new documents regarding the long history of Bormann sightings throughout the world. The article gives the clear impression that those who believe Bormann survived the war are cooks.
One interesting point in the article is a statement from Karl Heinz Kaerner, claiming that Bormann said Germany lost the war “by being too humane”. Of course this sounds absurd in the context of the Holocaust, but not so much if what you wrote about Germany refraining from the use of nukes on the western front is correct.
Here’s the URL:
I just heard your interview at Jay Dyer’s site. It got me excited about your research. I can’t wait to hear/read more of your stuff.
Hello Dr. Farrell.
I’ve written once before and thought I might share with you a conversation I had with an African American scholar named Ronoko Rashidi. If you google him you may or may not find his research interesting. Anyway he was the featured guest on a talk show I’ve listened to for over twenty years called “We Ourselves” with Ambrose I. Lane Sr. It airs on the Pacifica Washington D.C. affiliate WPFW 89.3 FM
The show’s topics vary so I felt safe mentioning you and your Giza Death Star theory and books. I figured his knowledge and study of the history of the indigenous African presence on many continents paired with your research into the ancient, or “Paleo-history” I love that term, well who knew what could come of such a meeting of minds. Well as you might imagine the idea of the great pyramid being anything other than a tomb or weapon of “mass-instruction” was a bit more than either the guest or the host could fathom. The old saying about “your mind being like a parachute, if it doesn’t open it don’t work” came to rushing to mind. I sent both the guest and the host links to your website, amazon.com pages advertising your books just trying to get them to consider your arguments. As of yet, I’ve received no response from either of them.
I have to admit that you opened my eyes to the possibility and I can’t help but wonder what kind of magnificent discoveries lay just beyond our ability consider the ego-less alternatives to perceived reality.
Thanks for the glimpse Doc.
I’m still waiting for the Hoagland-Farrell best seller.
Peace and prosperity Dr. Farrell.
Yes…My Father would listen to classical music after work and I would chill with him as he unwound. I’m glad I did. I could viscerally feel it’s power but had no clue as to why (and I didn’t care). He also, as a side-hobby, would work on mathematical puzzles just for fun. Interesting too that Williams syndrome kids, deemed “dysfunctionals,” have a high sensitivity to music and it’s subtleties. They tend to have perfect pitch without having to work towards it. Ever read “Noise” by J. Attali ? Ammazing. Or: “The World Is Sound” ? As to Carol Rosen and Werner Von B. (which would make a great Tom Stoppard play; ever see[it’s a movie] “Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead ?”)…You do realize that Werner’s Father was head of Agriculture for two terms before the vociferous upstart Adolph came online. So, you know, the family was embedded for quite a while in high level professional political-legal circles in Germany probably starting even before WWI. THAT’S where Werner got his scuttle butt from. Read “Alchemy from the Air” . Amazing background on the cheap nitrogen for explosives AND agricultural soil enhancement AND Zyklon-B gas guy !! What an opera THAT would make !! Also..it’s interesting to wonder where the Germans got their harmonics info before the Russians got it and the Americans picked it up in Huntsville, Alabama.