Well it's time for another short update. I am currently writing two new books, one of which should be due out next spring from Adventures Unlimited Press. Sorry, but I can't disclose the topic right now but hopefully it will tie together many things I've alluded to in some of my previous books as well as radio interview. I also just spoke with Feral House's Adam Parfrey, and Adam informs me that Babylon's Banksters: The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance, and Ancient Religion will be out next April (2010), so be sure to look forward to that. It picks up where The Cosmic War, The Nazi International, and The Philosophers' Stone leaves off.  Thus there will be two books out next year.

I have no conferences scheduled for the rest of the year. I had been invited by Whitley Strieber to the Dreamland conference in California, but unfortunately my finances, plus recent deaths of close friends, have just left me unable to attend any conferences for the rest of the year, but if you know of any conferences that might be interested in having me speak as a guest, please don't hesitate to suggest me.

Finally, I want to take the time to thank those of you who in the last two to three weeks have made donations. I am sorry I do not have the time to thank each of you individually, but please accept my deepest gratitude, as these donations do help to keep the electricity on, the computer cranking, and the research and writing of books to take place. As I've said many times before, authors don't really make that much money on their books; it's the publishers who do, so your donations are greatly appreciated.

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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".


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  2. Chantel Cooper on February 2, 2010 at 4:19 am

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  3. Taltos on November 10, 2009 at 2:26 am

    Interesting that my earlier post was deleted, and some nutjob talking about reptilians is still standing. I am curious as to the good doctor’s position regarding megalithic sites and their now documented connections to agriculture. In specific, the Ben Ben stones, magnetized capstones, magnetic standing stones, and varying electromagnetic fields being used to vitalize both seed stock and fields through their respective relationship to negative ion generation. Also, your position on these E.M. fields being reproducible in lab environments to achieve the same ends, as they’re currently used in the seed business. This is a direct challenge, supported by evidence, to your primary hypothesis regarding Giza.

    • JC on April 22, 2010 at 12:47 am

      Um, first provide documentation for the ag claims, including the seed lab work.

      Then do a good bit more reading, I’d suggest Patrick Flanagan and Christopher Dunn. Next figure out how to build an exact duplicate of the Great Pyramid without relying on technology that is also capable of altering the fabric of reality/spacetime and the ether; tech which will thereby do a good bit more than simply increasing crop yields. (Not that there wouldn’t also be better crop yields.)

      Probably a good idea to read J C Maxwell too, I suggest starting with page 257 of vol 2 of the Dover ed of his papers. The original Michelson and Morely paper (Yale 1887) is also worth a read since it says exactly the opposite of what the text books say the paper says. And finally–explain why electricity and magnetism are necessarily coupled. Hint they aren’t.

  4. ericswan on November 9, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    I find it curious that the date on the 1914 federal reserve note 20 dollar bill is Dec. 22, 1913. This date is dropped on all other bills.

  5. Buck on October 13, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    I suspect Dr. Farrell is an extremely high ranking Mason in league with the reptilians…

    • Seed on October 22, 2009 at 3:38 pm

      To Buck:
      So what if he is a Freemason? Someone has to act as an organizing force in any civilization if you accept the premise of being “civil”. Most humans are completely content with their slavery, and if on occasion someone studies occult knowledge and rises above the rest then they did it on their own merit. You live in a very black and white world of rigidity, try the middle path.

      To Dr. Farrell,
      Are you farmiliar with the hypothesis put forward in “Seed of Knowledge, Stone of plenty” by John Burke and Kaj Halberg? It’s worth your time. Travel well.

  6. Cecilia on September 13, 2009 at 1:00 pm

    I am so happy these books are coming out. The Cosmic War is my favorite book, and to have a follow-up to that will be wonderful. I support you and your ideas; no one else is quite saying what you are. We need you.

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