It's time for another update. First, I'd like to thank the many people who have so kindly made donations in the last few weeks. Believe me, this is greatly appreciated as these came at a particularly lean time, and when additionally I had to purchase a new computer along with maintaining purchase of research materials. I wish I could thank you all by name but there are simply too many of you. It is greatly appreciated because when my old computer crashed, I simply would not have had enough money to buy the new one, pay bills, and continue writing without your donations.

Now for some good news:

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Babylon's Banksters: The Alchemy of High Finance, Deep Physics, and Ancient Religion is now available at for pre-publication ordering. In addition to this, I am also putting the finishing touches on another book that is due out from Adventures Unlimited Press next February. I cannot say at this time what the title and subject are, but rest assured, it will be thought-provoking , so keep checking here, and the Adventures Unlimited Press website and for pre-publication ordering information.

Finally, I'd also like to thank all the people who take time to visit my website and to offer their comments and discussions. I wish time permitted me to respond more in depth, and to each one individually, but I wanted everyone to know I read all your comments and appreciate your taking the time to visit and post your thoughts and ideas, and also for keeping the tone of discussion relatively courteous, calm, and free of the drama that often cloud and clog websites.

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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. P. Marcos on June 22, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    Impressive, as always. Each book is groundbraking…
    What will be the new title?

  2. J on April 9, 2010 at 12:57 am

    Any idea when Feral House will ship “Babylon’s Banksters”? Amazon says the book will be available April 1st, 2010–um it isn’t.


  3. oleg soldat on November 20, 2009 at 8:00 pm

    Dear Dr. Farrell,
    I wrote to You an email recently. It seems that it either didn’t get to You, or You didn’t read it. Could it be possible for You to have it answered? I purchased Your book GDH and just read it, so I have a few questions for You:) Rest of infos about me are encloses in my email?
    Most grateful,
    Oleg S.

  4. TimG on November 16, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    Your books are great. Are you working on another book besides Babylon Banksters?

    Can you give us any clues to it’s title?

  5. ericswan on November 12, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    NASA records search comes up empty on Pa. UFOText Size: A | A | A
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    November 11, 2009
    KECKSBURG (AP) — A search of National Aeronautics and Space Administration records has turned up no mention of an unidentified object that may have landed in western Pennsylvania nearly 44 years ago.

    The Coalition for Freedom of Information sued NASA in 2003 seeking information about the event in Kecksburg on Dec. 9, 1965. The lawsuit, backed by cable televisions Sci Fi Channel, was settled two years ago, with NASA agreeing to search some of its records.

    NASA scientists have repeatedly denied any man-made craft landed or crashed in the area. But an agency spokesman told The Associated Press in 2005 that the event was caused by a downed Russian satellite, records of which have since been lost.

    Witnesses described a large acorn-shaped craft with strange writing on it, and say military officials shooed away onlookers.

  6. Philip Pesavento on November 10, 2009 at 4:06 am

    I just got done reading your “The Philosophers’ Stone” book. One detail which is not true 100% of the time is your and Mr. Hoagland’s emphatic denial of photochemical isotope separation being possible except through use of lasers. If you look up the work that has been done in Russia on photochemical separation of mercury isotopes, this has been accomplished and is now a commercial process using a mercury vapor lamp with appropriate filters only, no lasers are used. Surprisingly high throughputs and separation factors have been routinely achieved by this method. The amount of mercury in the mercury vapor lamp is very small, less than a few grams.It wouldn’t surprise me if the same technique with slight modifications couldn’t be used for other isotopes, by substituting in the lamp the same material being separated, with appropriate filters, which would excite the correct wavelengths.Part of the emissions spectra of a metal vapor lamp is always the wavelengths for ionization, and if someone were to actually put the highly enriched isotope into the lamp, then the wavelengths would most likely not need filtering.
    I have also been researching the lack of HEU in 1944-1945 and its sudden appearance. Please be aware that Philip Abelson was separating uranium isotopes intially at the NBS in 1940, later at NRL and finally at the Philadelphia Naval Yard by the process of liquid thermal diffusion, which is different from gaseous diffusion both as to the total number of stages required (only about 50) as well as throughput (500 grams per day per column) and separation factor (1.11 in 24 hours). By mid 1943 Abelson had separated 236LB of enriched uranium, which was not reported (according to some sources)to the Manhattan Project until sometime in 1944. The enrichment level has not been revealed, but a paper on the LOPO reactor pubished in the mid 1950’s, (which according to the oral history project at Los Alamos went critical in 1943, but officially went critical in late 1944), used 15% enriched uranium in the form of uranium nitrate disolved in heavy water (LOPO was a homogeneous reactor, unlike the graphite pile). When I got the declassified report on where Abelson was in 1943, which included the number of colums, their 24 hour equiibrium separation factors,and throughputs, in the seven month period between December 1942 and June 1943, if he had arranged the columns properly, he could have gotten 90% enrichment with the time alotted (24/7 for seven months). So there was 236LB of 90% enriched (HEU) U235 available in the USA by June 1943. After that the paper trail growns very spotty and its not clear to me whether Abelson was ever able to get any more uranium separated. General Groves, on learning about Abelson’s work, became absolutely furious, and sent in the US Army according to another source, which came in, locked down the Philadelphia Naval Yard,and dismantled his equipment and hauled it to Oak Ridge sometime in 1944. It is also interesting that on the 50th anniversary of end of WWII, the Oak Ridge Lab had for a short time on its website that the total uranium enriched by the lab during WWII was 117kg (exactly 236LB!). I think that if the whole truth were known, the lack of uranium separated to the right enrichment was solved in part by the U234 submarine material AND the Abelson material, which Groves only found out about sometime in 1944. See Abelson’s biography on his mentor at the NRL Ross Gunn. Abelson, by the way claimed he kept Groves and the Manhattan project aprised of his progress from 1942 onwards but other sources claim otherwise.

    Phil Pesavento

    • Dr Joseph Farrell on December 5, 2009 at 2:46 am

      Dear Mr. Pesavento:

      Wonderful! Thank you for this extraordinarily USEFUL information, I am VERY grateful! I hope you will publish this research.

      Cordially and gratefully,

    • JC on July 15, 2010 at 2:12 pm

      See the July 2010 obituary of Arnold Kramish in the NYTimes for more hints of serious uranium enrichment work in Philadelphia during World War Two.

  7. Thomas on November 1, 2009 at 7:16 pm

    Keep up the amazing work Joseph!!

  8. J on October 29, 2009 at 8:32 pm

    Adventures Unlimited Book: By “next February” you mean Feb 2010, right? Some–mostly on the east coast–may think this means Feb 2011, but given how quickly AUP will put a book together, I’d guess Feb. 2010.

    “Babylon’s Banksters”, is it still set to be available in April 2010? Amazon is fine, but I use other sources to make many book purchases and keep my reading away from Amazon’s predictive algorithms–software that can be frighteningly accurate.

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