Hi friends:

Sorry I haven't been here in a while but I was finishing up a new book which is now at the publisher (Adventures Unlimited Press) and due out in a couple of months. But before I get to that there is some other business to take care of. First, I've had several comments and inquiries and emails, and in some cases people ask why I don't's very simple: I don't have enough time to respond to each and every one. Second: I'd like to thank those who have continued to help me with of my publishers is now in arrears (seriously so) with an advance (in this case, a matter of months) and I am seriously considering having the other publisher handle all my business, or finding a new one. But anyway, in this context, the help has helped!  Thirdly, a plea: there are some of you issuing me "challenges" in the comments, so I ask you to bear one thing in mind.....debate and commentary does not pay my bills...BOOKS do, which is why I devote much more time to that that to engaging in internet drama.  I research, read, and write almost non-stop, so please bear that in mind.  I have increasingly less time to respond to emails, comments, challenges and so on, though I would like to do so.  Finally, I'd be very grateful for some conferences and speaking engagements....if you know or have a favorite conference or would like to hear me speak, suggest me to the conference organizers as a guest speaker.

Ok...  that's the old business, so down to the matter at hand. The second new book Roswell and The Reich is now at the publisher, Adventures Unlimited Press, and should be out February-March of next year. The book is available at for pre-order but here's my advice: order it from Adventures Unlimited Press directly, as they will get the book from the printer long before it makes its way through the distributors to the stores and to amazon.  Their number during normal business hours is call them and place an order and they'll place it on backorder and ship it when it comes it....Who knows? Lots of orders might it printed sooner.

Just a little about the book (and oh yes, one sidebar here: someone wrote in the comments section asking whether I was working on any new book, and if so, what it was about? Simple answer: [1] I am always working on a new book...I usually have the series plotted out two to three books in advance of what's actually published or in press; and [2] I never tell what I'm up to, what a new book is about, except in very vague terms....I only start getting specific when it's in the publisher's hands and even then, still keep my cards close to my chest until it's actually available to people)....anyway, back to Roswell and The Reich: this book is written much differently than my others. In the first two parts of the book, I review the salient Roswell researchers - both ET believer and skeptic alike - and draw the preliminary conclusions. In part three of the book, I actually put forward the case for the Nazi scenario (and that case will blow your mind, believe me!). This book is NOT a repeat of the suggestions I have made in earlier books about Roswell (i.e., Reich of the Black Sun and The SS Brotherhood of the Bell), but is a presentation of much different evidence, namely, that uncovered by the main Roswell believers and sekptics themselves!  What I have done is to flesh out - I hope fully, completely, and persuasively - the Roswell-Nazi scenario I have alluded to in those books and in some of my talk show interviews. Anyway, because this book had to be both a review of others' research and an arguued case for my interpretation, this book is the longest one I've written to date (and I could have gone much longer but my publisher said keep it short), so it comes in at 520pp (amazon's page count is WILDLY inaccurate)!

If nothing else, I can all but guarantee that this book will leave you thinking, and with a VERY different understanding of Roswell and the motivations for the ongoing cover-up... SO....that said...

Keep that dial right here....

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  1. DD on May 19, 2011 at 4:36 am

  2. Jonathan R on January 6, 2011 at 10:16 am

    I have always been curious about one point concerning Admiral Byrds 1946 expedition. There were approximately 4700 men on that expedition. It would seem that out of a group that large someone would have spoken of extraodinary events occuring during the expedition, but I have not found any account as of yet.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 6, 2011 at 1:35 pm

      Yes I agree! Actually I think it was late 46 and on into early 47.

  3. Matt B on October 15, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    This is why Stanton Friedman is one of ‘them’. Have a look at the holes in Friedman’s rebuttal of Joseph’s work people, more tiny holes than a crashed ‘weather ballon’.

    I for one would love to see Joseph reply to Friedman’s ordinary review of ‘Roswell and the Reich’

    Nazi Roswell? Perceptions

    By Stanton T Friedman
    Considering how many explanations have been put forth to explain what crashed near Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947, it should not be surprising that yet another has been put forth. The new one is not just a casual suggestion. Joseph P. Farrell has written a 520 page book Roswell and the Third Reich: The Nazi Connection. It was published in Mid March 2010 by Adventures Unlimited Press. He had already published six other books since 2004, mostly dealing with “Nazi Technology.” His Wikipedia article says Farrell is an Adjunct Professor of Patristic Theology and Apologetics at the unaccredited California Graduate School of Theology in La Habra, California. Patristics deals with the lives of the early church fathers. This sounds like an unusual combination. I was surprised to see no reference to Dr. Barry Downing’s excellent book Flying Saucers and the Bible

    The book has some indications of scholarship. There are a lot of footnotes. He quotes at length books by myself, Don Schmitt, Kevin Randle, Bill Moore and Charles Berlitz, and many others. As a matter of fact I think he has far exceeded the amount of copyright material that can be quoted without getting approval from the authors. I am disturbed that there is no index. There is a bibliography, which unfortunately is missing several items that should have been cited since they contradict some of the claims Farrell has made.

    Farrell tries to make the case that what crashed was not of alien origin, but represented Nazi technology developed secretly (but not used) during World War II by the third Reich and successfully hidden from the world after the allied victory. Certainly a number of conspiracy theories are brought into the discussion.

    He discusses the MJ-12 documents and also numerous claims related to Reichian technology. I especially resented the fact that he claims a half dozen times that I worked on numerous black projects, also that I am nuclear engineer…even saying “credentialed nuclear engineer”. As it happens he gives no basis for either of these false claims. I would have liked to have known what the basis is for both. I never ever worked on a Black Project and never took any course in engineering. My BSc and MSc degrees are both in Physics from the University of Chicago, which does not have an engineering school. Yes, I had a Q clearance for 14 years and the information that was generated in the many programs on which I worked was generally classified. However, a Black budget program is one whose very existence is classified. For example, I worked at the General Electric Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Program. The title was on the gate. And the title was NOT classified. Lockheed’s development of the Stealth fighter, in contrast, was indeed a Black Project on which about 10 Billion dollars was spent over 10 years without any public mention at all of the program or its objectives. GEANP employed only 3500 people in 1958 of which 1100 were engineers and scientists and only spent $100,000,000 that year.

    The thought is that the reason for the cover-up and frequent government lies about Roswell was that the government just couldn’t admit there was a flourishing post war Nazi Reich, headquartered in Argentina, and so skilled that they could with impunity fly advanced technological devices over the USA.

    Throughout Farrell notes that what crashed was quite small and did not have the kind of living and other facilities that would be necessary for a vehicle able to fly so far (“vast” distances from another star) and if it had really been of ET origin it would not have crashed. Others have made this same point such as Colonel Philip Corso. Quite obviously it leaves out the simple notion that the small craft often seen within and leaving Earth’s atmosphere would have been brought here by huge “mother” ships. As I have often stressed, we use the same approach with regard to the US Navy. Huge nuclear powered aircraft carriers are home for many dozen small high performance aircraft, which need refueling after only a few hours of flight. The carriers can operate for 18 years without refueling. There are, of course, many observations of huge mother-ships in the atmosphere.

    Farrell makes a big deal, as have others, about the fact that the early reports about the crash never mentioned bodies. He tries to focus separately on the bodies and the debris. He also promotes the strange notion that in 1947 and subsequently the US Government tried to push an “aliens- from-space explanation” for the Roswell event to cover up the terribly frightening notion that it was really Nazi technology. I have read a great many 1947 newspaper articles. There was essentially no suggestion that the flying saucers were from outer space. There was no mention of bodies because apparently they were not discovered and discussed in a public way until later. One reason was that they were separate from the main debris field on the Brazel Ranch.

    It is of considerable interest that the Eisenhower Briefing Document only mentions two crashes: Roswell and one at Del Rio Texas near the Mexican border. The Roswell debris as discovered by Mac Brazel and observed by Major Jesse Marcel included a bunch of small pieces almost certainly from a mid-air explosion since there was no crater and the pieces were strewn over a very large area. According to the EBD the December 6, 1950, Del Rio, Texas, crash resulted in almost complete incineration. Perhaps it is not surprising that in this PRELIMINARY BRIEFING no mention is made of the almost intact craft recovered in the Plains of San Agustin at the same time as Roswell, nor the almost intact craft recovered at Aztec, New Mexico, in March, 1948. Scott and Suzanne Ramsey who have done an enormous amount of expensive and time consuming research describe this event in detail in a new almost completed book.

    Farrell jumps right into the MJ-12 controversy in a rather biased fashion. For example he quotes at length from Kevin Randle’s book Case MJ-12. Randle had said that the smoking gun proving the Eisenhower Briefing Document was a fraud was Hillenkoetter being listed as Admiral Hillenkoetter when in fact he was only a rear admiral. This was supposedly a serious violation of protocol. I had long ago destroyed this false claim. First of all, all the military members of MJ-12 are listed with generic ranks: General if Army or Air Force, Admiral if Navy. Secondly it was standard military practice to use generic ranks in lists.

    I copied several memos at the Eisenhower library from Brigadier General Andrew Goodpaster, Ike’s staff secretary. These were written after meetings at the White House. First he lists attendees, always using generic ranks for the military including “General Goodpaster” for himself. Then he describes the discussions and signs the memos “Brigadier General Goodpaster”. I checked independently with 2 archivists to see if they were bothered by the use of Generic ranks. Each indicated it was standard practice. Contrary to Randle’s claim that it was a serious violation of military protocol, it was standard practice. This is, of course, discussed in the 2005 Edition of my book TOP SECRET/MAJIC that is referenced many times by Farrell.

    Farrell also repeats Randle’s claim that the EBD is a hoax because it isn’t listed in an unclassified list of executive orders. Of course it wasn’t stamped or noted as an “Executive Order” until years later. I was disappointed that Farrell makes no mention of my review of Randle’s book on my website which details the many serious flaws in his analysis

    Farrell tries to make a big deal of the fact that General Robert M. Montague (actually Brigadier General) is listed as a member of the MJ-12 group. Montague had indeed been commanding officer of Fort Bliss, Texas, which was where many of the former Nazis brought over by Operation Paperclip were based while working at nearby White Sands. Farrell does not mention that in July 1947, Montague had been named Head of the Armed Forces Special Weapons Center at Sandia Base next to Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque. Montague’s son (also General Robert Montague) had told me that his father and General Twining had been West Point classmates. He also said that his father would have been part of such a group because he had manpower from Ft. Bliss to protect the crash site, clean up the mess, etc. He also supplied me with a picture of his father, which was used in the book and later expressed a positive view of the book.

    There are many other questionable claims in Roswell and the Reich and many details left out that would alter one’s perception of the case Farrell makes. For example, there is an implication that I would have been aware of Donald Menzel’s UFO involvement because of his UFO sightings and that might account for my including him on a fake list in a fraudulent document. In actuality I had read Menzel’s anti UFO books years before MJ-12 came on the scene. I had also had a run in with him at Harvard by phone. I had been totally shocked, as had almost the entire UFO community by my very surprising discoveries of his very extensive and previously unknown highly classified activities for intelligence agencies such as the NSA for many decades.

    Farrell makes the false claim that I never mentioned a meeting between Don Berliner and myself with Duke Gildenberg and the late C.B. Moore, both Roswell deniers. I have mentioned that meeting and the false claim that Don and I weren’t courteous to Moore and Gildenberg in a monthly column and in a paper Government UFO Lies that is available on the Black Vault UFO Encyclopedia. I also mentioned the meeting in a column in early 2007.

    Overall, I must conclude that Farrell has done a lot of research on Nazi flight technology, but fails in his attempts to explain Roswell as something other than ET. As with many expositors about Nazi technology, he doesn’t seem to understand that one can find loads of drawings, diagrams, sketches of exotic vehicles, even though they have never been built or tested. Nick Redfern was wrong about handicapped Japanese being in a Horton Brothers flying wing sent up to obtain radiation shielding data for use in a nuclear powered aircraft. Farrell is wrong about Nazi technology explaining Roswell and the government cover-up.

    • JC on November 5, 2010 at 11:27 pm

      People take what Friedman says seriously? Why?

      Clearly Friedman hasn’t read many of Farrell’s books–nor Farrell’s sources. Nor does Friedman appear to know much about human antigravity research going back to at least the late 19th century.

      @ Harry Maddox,

      In what kind of verbiage would you have Farrell expound his thesis? Examples, si vous plait.

  4. Tom K on October 3, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Dr. Farrel has a very recent interview on the Byte Show (see his link on the Giza site). But that is all I know. He mentions a new book coming out — I look forward to hearing more about this. My concern is of course that as his historical analysis brings him closer and closer to the present he puts himself in increasing danger — this he briefly mentioned in the last interview. One book for anyone interested: The Nazi Hydra in America by Glen Yeadon and John Hawkins. It seems very well researched and sourced.

  5. Pedro Marcos on October 3, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    What happened to Dr. Farrel?

  6. Arend Lammertink on September 28, 2010 at 9:09 am

    Hi Joseph,

    Perhaps you know this, but it appears there has been a replication of the Nazi Bell recently:

    “In 2001, a California defense-contractor built a replica of the fabled Nazi-Bell. It worked. Get the story behind the story of “Einstein’s Antigravity”, and how a simple research project turned into a mind-blowing jaunt through history’s biggest conspiracy…”


    — Arend —

  7. harry maddox on September 24, 2010 at 2:26 am

    The book Roswell and the Reich was just awful. Nothing like he is the radio. It is extremely academic and pretentious.
    Words like “tendentiousness”” abound over and over. “The First Articulation?”- really, give me a break. If you write research papers for living for some think tank and only have to communicate with same you might like this. If you are a normal person that likes to be engaged by a book-then don’t buy this book!!

  8. destry on August 28, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    hello..Unable to get through to the author …email not working? I want to chat with the author about a find of mine from the 1970’s on an afb in the US..thank you, destry

  9. xbl7 on August 23, 2010 at 11:54 am

    check out uFO CONGRESS presentation –1995 randy winters & wendelle stevens– for proof (video)of operational NAZI saucers-

    obviously if the NAZIs did it in 1939 then the U.S. definitely has a black ops saucer or triangle program in 2010

  10. Bob Tidwell on July 18, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    Just finished ‘Roswell and the Reich’. Probably the best book out yet on the Roswell Mystery. As stated in the book, Mr. Farrell was unable to find a solid connection concerning the Hieroglyphics on the I-beams. In the book ‘The Secrets of Dellschau’ by Dennis Crenshaw, are coded graphic symbols that appear somewhat similar to those as observed by Jesse Marcel Jr. Dellschau was a German immigrant who supposedly was connected with a mysterious group that were building and flying unusual airships in the mid to late 1800s. I know that I’m reaching here, but certainly worth looking into.

  11. JamJOE on July 11, 2010 at 8:13 pm

    If after 10+ books, if you aren’t making money, you either need a new publisher or a lawyer. AUP prints a lot of books, but their editing is horrible. Don’t they have computers? If they paid you $1 for every typo, you could retire!

  12. sedonadeb on May 23, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    All: Joseph Farrell will be a guest with George Knapp tonight (Sunday, May 23) on Coast-to-Coast. Show begins at 10PM Pacific time:

    Going to talk about “Babylon’s Banksters” …. mmmmmmm!

  13. JohnB on May 23, 2010 at 3:21 am

    Hey Joseph,

    I was reading your ‘Roswell and the Reich’ book and had gotten about half way through it when your ‘Babylon’s Bankster’ book came in and I started reading it instead! I am curious though if you have run into William R. Lyne’s book ‘Space Aliens from the Pentagon’ he make some interesting claims in his book some of which parallel yours. One of the things I remember is that he claimed that the alien bodies were shaved monkeys. Just curious if you have heard of it and what your thoughts?

    Love your work, you and Jim Marrs should collaborate on a book in the future, I felt like in some places he took off in his ‘Rise of the forth Reich’ book where you left off in your ‘Nazi International’ book, the two books compliment each other very well.

    I love your acknowledgement of George Ann Huges in your “Babylon’s Banksters” book, very nice, I let her know about it on Mother’s day – she was very pleased!

    Best Regards,


    • JC on May 23, 2010 at 2:34 pm


      Pretty sure (though could be wrong), that “SS Brotherhood of the Bell” and “Reich of the Black Sun” mention Lyne. Many of Farrell’s books don’t have indexes. “SS” has Lyne in the bibliography, and I can’t find my copy of the other to check quickly.

      My two cents on your proposed joint book with Marrs: No, not because Jim Marrs never writes anything interesting, but he doesn’t source stuff and the book “Rule by Secrecy” comes a little too close to …. Marrs can’t seem to imagine he’s missed something, whereas Farrell can.

  14. Evermore on May 19, 2010 at 9:43 am

    Hi Joseph,

    I’m mesmerised by the amount and depth of research that you have done and the manner in which you’ve put the vast material together – truly amazing! Thank you.

    But rather than comment on your material to date – can I ask you a question that puzzles me?

    In virtually everything I’ve read of your research and works (and also for example the material of Levenda and Hoagland) you have unearthed sinister brotherhoods, complex intrigues, intergalactic war and the forces of darkness at play in this world that rules and manipulates the rest of ordinary humanity into slavery to then be forced to live as shunted cattle and used as cannon fodder.

    So, can I ask, have you ever come across evidence of an equally powerful force or group who work for the GOOD of man?

    I may appear to sound deaf, dumb, blind and naive but there seems to be no author that i can find who can offer as compelling and well researched a work about any such positive force in this world in a similar fashion to what you and others find that account for all the evil at play.

    Unfortunately, this world seems so totally dominated by the sinister people and groups you name.

    Perhaps it could be something you may consider in future? We live in hope 🙂

    Kind regards and cheers

    (Sydney Australia)

  15. RESS on May 17, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    BNP (Black National Party)

    The BNP (Black National Party) has been created to expedite the work of the Race Equality Secret Service (RESS).

    The BNP (Black National Party) gets stronger as “STORMFRONT” gets weaker.

  16. bud jones on May 15, 2010 at 11:32 pm

    Anybody else find it curious that the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster explosion occurred on April 20th?

  17. bud jones on May 15, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    Is anybody curious about the fact that the Louisiana oil spill started by explosion on April 20th?

  18. sedonadeb on May 5, 2010 at 7:45 pm

    BABYLON’S BANKSTERS HAS ARRIVED IN MY MAILBOX JUST NOW! (well, the book has arrived, not the cabal). I am so excited. The pages that I have already thumbed through are already giving me chills down my spine. Thank you so much, Dr. Farrell, for writing this book. I do so hope that you can get some big time national exposure for this timely book.

  19. dionysios on April 28, 2010 at 9:37 pm

    As someone BORN in Roswell, I will undoubtedly be interested in Roswell and the Reich.

  20. Matt B on April 17, 2010 at 2:46 pm

    Finished Roswell and the Reich. i would say a conclusive nail in the coffin for E.T and balloons.

    On a side note. Memory metals would be very handy for aircraft that do not achieve a complete 100% anti gravity system. If a craft could over come 70-85% of the g-forces in high stress flight=a metal that was light and could buckle,absorb high g and go back into place without fracture would be brilliant. Food for thought especially if the nazis were capable of a crude and limited field propulsion craft that was unmanned.
    Even after the war this may account for some ufo sightings that have amazing turning ability but do not have speeds that would be ‘out of this world’.

    looking forward to Babylon’s Banksters-I am assuming Joseph that you will return to that past as there is a rather large structure I am sure you are wanting to examine.

  21. Pedro Marcos on April 10, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    Roswell and the Reich is another great book. Actually, “great” is an understatment because of the implications it has regarding the subjects AND the methodology used. The Roswell Incident cannot be aproached seriously without considering this work by Mr. Farrel. To be honest, I wasn´t particularly interested on Roswell but rather on the technological and scientific aspects of Nazi Germany. There is also a hint on the possibility of most of the anglo-saxon plutocrats being acting as covers for the possible nazi shadow state. And that would help to explain a lot of things. Can´t wait for teh Babylon Banksters!
    As I said in the past: Mr Farrel, please keep them coming!

  22. JAC on April 6, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    Does anyone know when Babylon’s Banksters comes out? It said april 1 on amazon, but i have yet to receive my copy…

    • Chuck McCorkle on May 1, 2010 at 3:01 am

      You should receive it within days if you have a standing order at Amazon. My copy arrived today 04-30-2010

  23. JC on March 26, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    First let me say I have no problem with human built craft being an explanation for many UFOs (and some of the craft could be of Nazi origin). One of arguments you make in favor of this idea is that UFO sightings in the 40s don’t describe craft moving at more than 1200mph and that speed isn’t really up to travel to say Mars. This may all be true, but once in a while those describing sightings say that the craft (not balls of energy) did right angle turns at speed. Even at 1200mph, that kind of maneuver suggests radical technology–a technology clearly based on a much better understanding of mass than is in anyway currently publicly available. (These craft could also be of human/earth origin but would seem to suggest speeds much greater than 1200mph–and possibly travel to other planets.)

    T. H. Moray was writing about gravity control in the 1930s–though no details. And hey, speed is just a function of time. Walter Russell was tweaking mass in the 20s and 30s and lived into the 60s to make objections to atomic power being deeply out of balance with nature (shades of Wilhelm Reich).

    None of this is really to detract from the idea that what crashed in Roswell in ’47 was Nazi/Axis tech–still under fascist control– only to point out that there remains much more to UFOs in the 40s and 50s. Some of what you’ve written about the Bell work certainly suggests manipulation of the fabric of reality–even if that’s not the power source for the crashed craft outside of Roswell. So it just seems to me that there’s more to UFOs even back then in the 40s than Nazis using very advanced suction jets to survey atom bomb depots in New Mexico.

    • Lutz on August 24, 2011 at 2:41 am

      Hi JC,
      this is from Germany.
      I agree to what you wrote in march.
      In Germany it is like in the USA:
      The most UFO interested people join Exopolitic like websites
      and are offered new little grey gods.
      It still works since the 1950s.
      I nearly became 1of tem.
      This humanitarian desaster is still increasing and has not only civilian casualities.

  24. Jake Gofney on March 23, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Recently read Rise of the Fourth Reich and saw that it heavily referenced your Reich of the Black Sun, so I bought it. Excellent book.

    • Chuck McCorkle on April 28, 2010 at 11:23 pm

      Thanks Jake, I found your comment useful! Love to hear about books that reference Dr. Farrell

      • JC on April 29, 2010 at 11:50 pm

        One of the problems with Jim Marrs is that he neglects to cite Mae Brussel. J P Farrell doesn’t make this mistake, but it’s pretty hard to read Marrs’ writing about Nazis, Kennedy, NASA and not see her work referenced.


        One of the things I find odd about “Roswell and the Reich” is the relatively small (for Farrell) bibliography. For example the bibliography in “Nazi International” is larger, and then leads to further research, or for example the sortish bibliography from “Secrets of the Unified Field” leads to the staggeringly large and complex body of work by Kron. I hope to glean more from the bibliography of “Babylon’s Banksters” than has been possible from “Roswell and the Reich”. Or perhaps it’s just my failure to be interested in reading so many different versions of what crashed near Roswell in 1947 that puts me off investigating titles from the “Roswell and the Reich” bibliography. I guess I’m more interested the science behind building such a craft, and not so interested in how the military distracted real investigation.

  25. Eric Reinhardt on March 19, 2010 at 9:23 pm

    Thank you for your GREAT work, Dr. Farrell. Came upon a report last year that indicated Hitler may have been whisked off to Roswell in the waning days of the war in exchange for German atomic technology. Subsequently he was allowed to leave the US for South America and the Roswell incident as well as the others were attempted attacks on the Roswell Air Force facility. See link below for more info:

  26. JK on March 19, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    Some thoughts on “Roswell and the Reich” in no particular order:

    Nice quantum states illustration from Wikipedia–in other words good call.

    A guy who runs a chip company in New York once told me that transistors were around in the 1930s, but that there was something like 6 solutions to the equations describing them, so they were very hard to work with, also there was work in the US at Purdue before Shockley, and before the war, so yes the Nazis could have been working with transistors.

    You seem to have confused infrared night vision which even the US Marines used in the Pacific with actual night vision (photons multiplied) which is a Philo Farnsworth invention from the 1930s–not that the Nazis wouldn’t have used both. Only real night vision implies a lot more going on and is still an industrial secret today in 2010. (Just try buying highend night vision goggles and exporting them from the US.)

    Intriguingly from the realm of science fiction: Robert Heinlein in a book from the early 1950s describes space warp technology, “Between Planets”, and then in the 1980s one of the Star Trek movies has transparent aluminum technology.

    Still left wondering where someone would secret the industrial enterprises needed to perfect and manufacture large quantities of memory metal.

    I can’t help but wonder if the work of Felix Ehrenhaft overlaps with what Schappeller is talking about–but then Ehrenhaft fled the Nazis to the US, where he was apparently ignored. The there’s always the late Howard Johnson’s book demonstration shared magnetic poles too.

  27. Gen on March 19, 2010 at 7:00 am


    I am so excited about this book! I had commented on your site right before I picked up SS Brotherhood of the Bell. I am so happy you are speaking out about your beliefs this is a very very tough subject people look down at people who would agree with you. I am not sure why it is so hard for the UFO community to believe in your theory yet they can believe that Aliens are visiting us. What I have learned is alot of the UFO community are people that know nothing of the background of German technology, science etc. yet they are very quick to point out this is impossible. Because of you and your books I dug deeper, thank you.

    If I didn’t before you should check out I am not sure what to make of her but her but found what she wrote about the Nazi’s and the Grays very interesting. There is a point where she talks about being dressed up like an alien and boarding a craft and when I watched the Disclosure project I remember one of the men speaking about pulling 2 small alien bodies from the craft…and he was crying and I thought wow so emotional but why would your first reaction is to cry, wouldn’t you be like holy crap an alien!!! Now what if they were children, then I think that would be a possible your first reaction to anyone with a heart???? It instantly made me think of her.

    Thank you so much again you do not know how much it means to me personally that you are speaking out about this. I do not know anyone personal who agrees with me or even is aware of this subject other than the occassional stranger on a website.

    Thanks Joseph, Be safe in your travels, we need you!

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 7, 2011 at 12:49 am


      Thanks for the comments about Roswell and The Reich. THe response of the UFO community is very simple if one understands that for many of them it IS a religion.


  28. bdw000 on March 17, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    Just finished reading ROSWELL AND THE REICH.

    Must say it is another great propaganda-busting book.

    I especially like the way you simply point out that in so many ways, there just is no support for so many of the “extraterrestrial” claims in Roswell literature.

    I still find it difficult to believe that there could be some sort of Nazi military force out there somewhere (without them making the public aware of it), and yet, the Nazi thesis seems to (for non-experts like me) have serious explanatory power.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 7, 2011 at 12:47 am

      Thanks for the comments on Roswell and the Reich. Needless to say the response of the UFOlogy community seems to be deafening silence. Not that I expected anything less. The thesis of a Nazi International is I realize quite radical, but others as well as I have made it (q.v. Henrik Krueger’s The Great Heroin Coup). What is unique to my approach is my belief that they continued aspects of their wartime research independently after the war.

  29. USED TO BE A LIBERAL on March 16, 2010 at 10:29 pm

    Hi Joe, I heard you on Coast To Coast the other night, very informative, down to earth commonsense, explains a lot, and it is a very good theory. However, where you really peaked my interest, then got my attention was when you touched on Nazi and politics. Too bad the “show” wasn’t more focused on that aspect, but then it would have been a different “show”.

    Will you being doing a book on the “Nazification” [ if there is such a word ] of North America. I realize that when people see or hear the word Nazi the first thing that they think of is Hitler, World War 2, and the extermination of the Jews, and most people automatically believe that Hitler was a right wing extremist, when in fact he was a left wing socialist. The Nazi Party was the National Socialist “democratic” Party of Germany.

    Joe, you touched on the Bush family link, too bad you didn’t have the time to mention the Kennedy family link, “Rockefeller”, Kissinger, and many more, on both sides of the political spectrum.

    Many people are unaware that Hitler, along with his regime, were environmentalists, anti-smoking advocates,produced the first peoples car, the first freeway”s”, the first socialized medicine, the first idea that government will take care of you from cradle to grave, but only if you are born healthy, and were not too old, or no longer useful to society, then you would only get a pill. Gee this sounds a bit familiar doesn’t it? Oh then there was national security,secret projects, “secret police” just a whole array of things we see coming our way today. Granted this “stuff” just didn’t start to happen over the last 10 years, but started to really raise it’s ugly head a few years after Operation Paper Clip, say about 1955, slowly and surely step by step, “Nazi” like programs, and policies began to creep their way into North America. Big Brother type laws, and legislation, along with “we know whats best for you” and of course the idea that safety and security is better for you, then your individual rights and freedoms, and of course too, that the constitution limits what government can do to you and for you, so it needs to be changed if not done away with.

    How far off the mark am I Joe? Will you be doing a book on this? no matter who gets hurt or who is insulted.

    Oh and for those of you who think that liberal means liberal as in liberty, freedom,self determination, responsibility, innovation, etc; well, you need to think again, in today’s world it means no such thing, and hasn’t since 1933, possibly even a little earlier then that. Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll, along with all the sports you can handle, does not make or translate into a free society, it is only an illusion, when you have that, but really nothing else.

    • JC on April 20, 2010 at 12:09 am

      You really need to look into the history of nation wide medical insurance.

      Also you don’t seem to have heard of the Model T.

      As for illegal wiretapping, that’s been going on for a long time–since at least the 1920s.

      Liberals in the US have abused privacy, but those who call themselves conservative have been much worse–much, in every single respect; this includes the likes of Ron Paul.

      • Justina on January 6, 2011 at 5:15 pm

        it wasn’t illegal in the 1920s. some damn fool Supreme Court
        decision came down in the early 1960s I think it was the
        idea was that a bug drags in too much stuff, is not specific
        enough so is like the General Warrant that our search and
        seizure limitation amendment was attacking. But the issue
        stated in the amendment was NOT that too much information
        was pulled in such a fishing expedition, but that people
        need to be secure in their persons and papers, context
        was physical abuse, some murders even, and general
        disruption and destruction that went on during this. Next to
        the French sneak and peek style, the bug is the least
        disruptive of all. “Privacy” is a concept hammered out later.

  30. sawyer on March 16, 2010 at 5:17 am

    Can someone send me a summary of the nazi evidence in the book. For this author it’s for profit and I imagine for fun but believe it or not for me it’s not and I have niether the time nor money to wade through all that’s needed to get to the few bottom lines that probably are the meat of the book. I’m writing lots of books blowing the lid off the whole shibang as I am in contact with people who know a ton but the reason I am looking to know what this fellow is writing is to see what is people are being programmed to believe so I can offer debate, that’s all as I don’t mind anything he says. For instance the first observations of the writing on the crashed craft was described as heiroglyphics I believe not numbers as author mentioned on coast to coast and why in hell couldn’t space aliens use any language they want or have a similar language to earthlings. See, some people build a huge story around a mistaken premise but you know what, they sell books.

  31. Ben Budcik on March 15, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    Dr Farrell…

    Listened to the first hour of your appearance on Coast to Coast last evening. (about an hour is the most I last before I fall asleep!)


    I keep an open mind about UFOs…I’ve seen 2 things in my life that I cannot explain which got me interested in the subject, but I don’t know what they were and I’m not convinced they were extraterrestrial…

    Ever since I first heard and read about Roswell I’d always been curious as to whether the flying saucer explanation was a cover story…While I find your Nazi theory fascinating and quite plausible, I’ve always had a sneaking suspicion that what actually happened might be a lot simpler and sinister…


    The 509th was the only atomic armed air wing at the time….(forgive me if I misuse some terms)….I would assume the people assigned to the 509th, from the pilots to the techs to intelligence were the tops in their fields….

    Now the 509th would not just sit in the desert with nuclear armed B29’s waiting…they’d be practicing, doing drills, practice runs etc,,,


    That what fell on Brazells ranch was an unarmed atomic bomb?….an accident during a drill?…possibly fell out of the bomb bay of a B29 during a practice run?…

    The military would NEVER admit to having planes flying over the US with atomic bombs let alone admitting to a slight OOPS with an atomic bomb…unarmed or otherwise….

    This alone would give the military a reason to spread false stories and rumors….Flying saucers had recently been in the news,,,Kenneth Arnolds sighting,,,and just perhaps someone came up with that as a cover story…put it out,,,,then debunk it with the weather balloon story…by then the story is so NOT about atomic bombs…

    Anyway this has always been the nagging suspicion in my head…

    I wrote a novel years ago about the movement of Nazis after the war…the perons were indeed involved….they showed up in Rome in 1945 and from what I understand the arrangements were made then….However if the Nazis were able to transfer advanced technology to South America I do find it hard to believe that it would have remained a secret for very long….the technology and scientists the Russians and the US managed to secure were eventually used and known…If the poor countries of South America did indeed have in their midst a transformative advanced technology I get the feeling it would not have remained a secret…

    Anyway…Interesting show…I wish I could have stayed awake for all of it!…

    Ben Budick

  32. George Phelps on March 15, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    Hello Dr. Farrell,

    I was very interested in your appearance on Coast to Coast AM last night (3-14-10). Dr. Deter Huzel was a friend and colleague of mine. He wrote the book “From Peenamunda to Canaveral.” It was mainly about ‘operation paperclip.’ Dr. Huzel was with Dr. Von Braun at Peenamunde, as a member of his engineering team.

    Anyway, I was intrigued by the German/Argentina relationship. I have always known that Argentina was a ‘sanctuary’ for many of the ‘Nazis’ and that Dr. Von Braun was himself a ‘Nazi’ at heart, but, as was stated on the show last night, he was ‘cleansed’ to make him and the space program more palletable to the American people.

    Also, you mentioned that there was a concerted effort to develop a magnetic propulsion system. A few years ago I wrote a small ‘treatise’ on just that. I only did it for my own enjoyment and because I believed it to be viable. I sent a summary of it to the Boeing Company, thinking they’d be interested in the theory. I received a very terse letter in response that stated that they had properly disposed of what I had sent. I figured they must have been ‘on to something,’ and/or knew something I didn’t about this whole subject. The content of the response was very suspicious.

    Well, that’s it. Thanks for the interesting show on Coast to Coast.

    George Phelps
    League City, Texas

    P.S Forive any spelling errors.

  33. Joseph Hiddink on March 15, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    The Nazis never had a success with their Flying Disc.
    Hitler had been predicted that the secret of the Flying Disc, which had in ancient times always been seen with the sign of the Swastika on it, would be found on his birthday, April 20.

    He was also told that it would come from a small Town in Holland, called DE GRAAFF.

    When Hitler came to power, that small place was overrun by German Tourists, that wanted to talk to all the intellectuals, looked in all the papers at City Hall and the Parish.
    They did not find anything.
    Finally the Engineers in Germany, who were supposed to build the vehicle, thought that it might be the VANDEGRAAFF Generator, invented in the USA.
    Vandegraaff thought that he had discovered how gravity control would work. Put the sphere on the ground, charge it upto 5 million volts positive, the ground would also become five million volt positive an positive repels positive, ergo, lift-off.
    The German Engineers worked on it from 1933 till 1937 without success. In 1937 they changed to magnetics. They had a weight reduction of twenty five pounds.
    The day before Hitler invaded Russia, they had reached 120 pounds.
    The trouble was, the craft weighed two tons.
    Hitler scrapped the program and went in with the rockets.
    On April 20, 1967 (yes, Hitler’s Birthday), I found the technology of the Flying Saucer.
    It is a Monpole HV Generator(These big spheres underneath a Flying Saucer).
    I offered the invention to my adopted Country Canada as a Birthday Present but it was ridiculed and rejected. Finally I applied for a Patent in the USA first.
    One of the two witnesses, required to sign that they understand it, was the Chief Engineer of Philco/Ford in Toronto.
    When I explained it he said: ” My GOd, you found it!” Then he slapped himself on the forehead and said: “My God, why did I not think about that!”
    THen he told me that he had worked from 1937 till 1941 on Hitler’s Flying Disc, without success.
    I was born in the town of DE GRAAFF (now called Grave, that is HIGH DUTCH).
    On my sixth birthday there was a big party, as I was the first grandson.
    After reading one of my Birthday Presents, a Book called: “INVENTORS OF OUR TIME” I announced that I was going to be an inventor too.
    I told the family, that I was going to invent Gravity control when I was BIG.
    Great Hilarity.
    When I was 12, my mother asked me if I ever thought about it.
    I said: “Yes, and when I find it, it will be something so simple that a High School Boy could have invented it!”
    Yes, it is a practical solution of Faraday’s theoretical problem.
    I got it even as a problem on my Final Exam, Physics, on my Dutch High School many years ago.
    The problem:
    Two metal concentric spheres do not touch and form a capacitor C. This one is charged up to a potential V.
    Then the outside sphere is removed.
    The remaining shere is a 1-terminal Capacitor c.
    The potential on this capacitor is momentarily C/c x V.
    I found that I would not need spheres to get the effect.
    I used a glass tube, filled with argon.
    I wrapped aluminum foil on the outside to one inch from each end.
    When I “fired” the tube I had a 2-terminal Capacitor. I charged it up to 6000 Volts. When I let the (Momentary On) switches go, the following happened all at the same time :
    I got the mother of all pokes and almost broke my arm when my elbow hit a wooden beam in my basement workshop.
    The lights went out.
    A big explosion was heard outside.
    Outside, the big Power Transformer on a pole was in flames.
    Ontario Hydro replaced it forthwith and blamed a squirrel who was found, well- cooked in the ruins. (Thank you Lord!)
    Measuring the output in a makeshift Faraday Cage, I found I had generated more than 150,000 volts.
    A later experiment, using three tubes, attracted a lightning strike out of the clear sky. (500,000 Volts!)
    In those spheres of a Flying Saucer, there are a number of these tubes with the metal covering connected to the sphere.
    As inside a conductor no charge can exist it goes to the outside and the sphere becomes the 1-terminal capacitor.
    My US Patent Lawyer, Mr. Farkas phoned me: “I should immediatedly inform the Canadian and US Governments of this, it would probably be the greatest single invention he would handle in his lifetime and it could quite well be the Nobel Prize for me!”
    He told me that he had talked to Dr. Kahn of the Hudson Institute, who told him that a study had evaluated it at $600 Billion, if the US would have it before Russia. (US Patent 4,095,162)
    The US Governemnt asked me to delay it, as one application I had found was that of an inexpensive ING and the AEC had first call.
    In 1980 I sugggested it to Nasa. They asked me to send a copy of the patent to the Propulsion Lab in Cleveland, Ohio.
    I did, advising them to contact me before experimenting as some side effects might occur.
    A letter came back: “Not interested, thank you for the copy of your patent!”
    Yes, who would need them, if we could fly to the Moon in an hour?
    After the Space Disasters they decided to experiment with it, did not ask me for advice and blew their own big Power Transformer Station to Kingdom Come and blamed the massive black-out in 2004 on a poor, innocent little tree.
    Since then Nasa has gone into the “Rockets forever and ever” swing.
    I did not write everything in the patent.
    A Flying Saucer takes power right out of the aether, like Tesla (probably) did for his Pierce Arrow Car in 1931.
    So now I am working (I did not get the Nobel Prize) slowly on a device to tap power out of the aether for cars and homes.
    Units will be instaled by electricians and LEASED, give the investors and Taxman their due.

  34. Greg Parent on March 13, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    “Roswell and the Reich has shippped…”


  35. Peter Massaro on March 5, 2010 at 2:10 am

    My copy of Roswell and the Reich is on its way and should arrive tomorrow. Guess what I will be doing this weekend? All the best, Dr. Farrell; your work is of great importance.

  36. Andrew on February 6, 2010 at 6:59 am

    Dr. Farrell,

    I want to thank you again for all the help and guidance you have given me on my first book. I like very much the look of your new book and I hope I got to give you some ideas during our talks on the topics.

    I have decided I’m going to follow in your footsteps and try my best to get published with a new publisher. You really inspired me with your work to put together my story, and the advice you gave me has given me good reviews from everyone I have shared my outline or draft with.

    I hope someday I am able to repay your generosity. I want to tell all your fans here that you guys couldn’t have picked a better author or person to follow his career and work. I know if I become half the author that you have I’ll have really done something!

    Shoot me an email sometime I miss our brainstorming sessions!

  37. Thomas Malone on February 6, 2010 at 5:38 am

    Hello Mr. Farrell,

    Along with Joe I would love to know the name of your facebook page. And do you have any more byte shows scheduled, or any other new interviews coming up?
    If not, I guess I can go back and listen to them for the 4th (or 5th) time until your 2 new books come out.
    Thanks for all your work and research.

  38. joe on February 6, 2010 at 2:54 am

    What is your facebook page?

  39. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell on February 6, 2010 at 12:15 am


    Yes I think the Norway spiral was something more than a missile and even said so quite early on on my Facebook page to a friend of mine (Dan Dunlap). And to those asking about Roswell and The Reich: like all my books it’s a stand alone book BUT it consciously and deliberately plugs into the entire Nazi series of books.

    Best wishes all! I wish I could respond to all of you individually but I simply do not have the time. Thank you all for reading my site!


  40. Enrico on February 5, 2010 at 11:46 pm

    I am an enthusiastic fan of Joseph and after reading Richard Hoagland’s part three of the “Norway Spiral” and listening to the mp3’s of the C2C show he was on the other night, I am on the edge of my seat! Joseph has become the author that I purchase every book he writes! I enjoy some fiction as well, but what Joseph and some of his friends and associates research are also potentially very important and extremely timely! If you enjoy reading, and also have an interest in the truth, including extraordinary subject matter you will never be disappointed purchasing, reading and collecting Joseph’s work!

  41. JPF on January 27, 2010 at 5:36 am

    In a nutshell….yes…but the devil, as they say, is in the details, and in this case, the details are in the book,

  42. Erin Casson on January 15, 2010 at 8:45 am

    Doctor Farrell, great to see you and happy new year. I have all of your books which I read on a regular basis. I am looking to buy your two new books. Do you think the Nazis had advanced smart materials and memory alloys back in the time of Roswell? If yes, and one of their ships crashed, that would explain the strange properties of the discovered materials, and the Alien ET spin was meant to cover its manmade basis up.

  43. ilya on January 11, 2010 at 7:44 am

    mr. Farrell!

    I’m very interested in your analytics and researches. But here’s one big problem – in Russia there are only three of your books: The Giza Death Star (I,II) and The Reich of the Black Sun – thats all. So, I’m here with a question: will your publisher translate all the rest books on Russian (including the last one) or not?
    Your researches are interesting and complex.
    Thank you.

  44. joe on January 6, 2010 at 1:44 am

    I am curious if you think the spiral light over Norway was something more than a failed Russian missle.

  45. USpaladin on December 16, 2009 at 8:50 am

    I’ll certainly be picking it up, there is a truly fascinating collection of abberant quotes and behaviors that, in every instance, back up your theory which I’ve verified from other sources. My curiosity lies in the development of torsion physics (Kozyrev and others). Combined with the “information” and “consciousness” field work done by Pachenko and other (sadly termed) fringe scientists, a great deal of the human experience is further explained on a basic level. I’m afraid many people who were on the verge of breaking through to true knowledge have been effectively distracted by the birth certificate, climategate, health care, etc. just as mankind has always done, acting out of fear. As though any force could enslave a truly free-thinking people. Digressing. But anyway, thank you so much for advancing knowledge in this area. It’s one of the only honest scientific revelations, in my opinion, that is worth pursuing.

  46. JB on December 9, 2009 at 7:02 am

    Hey Joseph Farrell
    one quick question-
    IS the new roswell book a stand alone work like the cosmic war or must one have read the previous nazi books to have an understanding of the material?

  47. JC on December 7, 2009 at 12:07 am


    Intrigued more than usual.

  48. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell on December 6, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    Dear JC:

    So glad you mentioned memory metals in connection to the appeal to “outside help”…



  49. JC on December 6, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    Okay, I’ll get the book when it comes out–but that Nexus Mag (badly sourced, yes) article of sometime this year put a different twist on the Nazi/Roswell connection.

    I still find it hard to believe that Nazi tech–without outside help–could have been so far developed as to actually have craft made of memory metals powered with cold fusion rectors.

    Transistors, fiber optics, and even antigravity are a different matter. The first go back into the 1920s (T Henry Moray) and the last in to the later 19th century.

    Again, I’ll buy the book, since your books always lead to such other good books–eg Critical Mass.

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