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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. Roger Martin on June 4, 2012 at 2:16 am

    Mr. Farrell
    Also, I would like to point out that, as much as I like your work, you are a guest of Alex Jones. Mr. Jones is considered by
    some to “Operation Mockingbird”. He is not so well liked in the research community and is often made fun of.
    I don’t care one way or the other, I steer clear of that whole issue.
    Thank goodness I don’t have to tune it in if I don’t want too.
    Your Nazi take on this is very remarkable. I am glad you have the “cajones” to tell the truth on that.
    One look at the police in this country and the way they behave is enough for me to know that NASA, NAZI never went away.
    NASA is an American pronunciation for NAZI by the way, from what I have been learning.
    Also Sir, Mr. John F. Kennedy was a dying man and was not expected to live through his second term in office had he won.
    Why did you not address this information.
    Research it sir.
    I could go on into to infinity on JFK but I think, enough is certainly enough.
    No offense intended.
    R.K. Martin

    • Joseph P. Farrell on June 4, 2012 at 3:42 pm

      Hi Roger. Actually, I have never been invited on Mr. Jones’ program as a guest, nor have I ever appeared on his show in any way, nor, as far as I am aware, has he ever referred to me or my works. Then again, I appear on so many shows it’s hard for me to keep track of them all.

  2. Roger Martin on June 4, 2012 at 1:44 am

    Mr. Farrell
    You have a most interesting take on LBJ, the best I have heard from any of the reseachers, and I knew it all along.
    Because its obvious.
    I will buy the book.
    I think there is something all the researchers are still missing, Fetzer, all of them, it is this:
    According to the FOIA, JFK had two body doubles, that’s admitted to. He had three from other information I have obtained.
    All you guys that talk about JFK being killed in Dallas cant prove it was JFK.
    Jackie Kennedy refused to identify JFK in the morgue as her husband. Why do you think that is.?
    Three body doubles.?
    Sir, do you think that JFK was so stupid to ride in open top limousine in one of the most right wing, hot spots in the USofA
    at the time, that man was warned by everyone including Christ himself to stay far from Dallas.
    Can you prove JFK was killed in Dallas?.
    How about Lennon, John Lennon. He had a body double under his employ at the time of his death.
    No researcher has ever addressed this question.
    If Jackie wouldnt, or couldnt identify her own husband, who was it realy.?
    Roger martin

    • Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2012 at 3:59 pm

      What a twist!
      That’s an angle shot I didn’t see on the table.
      Not just a double, but a triple.
      Made my day.

      • LSM on June 5, 2012 at 1:19 pm

        Hi Robert,

        “Made my day”-

        common, honey, if this info made your day you’re a cheap date in the evening… ๐Ÿ™‚

        just kidding-

        regards- L. ๐Ÿ™‚

        • Robert Barricklow on June 5, 2012 at 4:12 pm

          A cheap price is a short cut to being cheated. – Ancient Chinese Proverb
          Or in terms of a cheap chinese date:
          Man who go out with flat chested woman have right to feel low. – Confucius

          But I always enjoy a twist. I had not thought of the double or’triples’ coming into play. But in that proverbial Quixote deck being reshuffled, I was able to see another hand in play.

          Bye the way, I very much enjoy your perspicacious posts.

    • LSM on June 5, 2012 at 1:07 pm

      Hi Researcher Roger Martin,

      if you have documented evidence of your testomonies please publish it- would interest me greatly- thanks in advance-

      otherwise: Jackie was knowingly sitting next to a Kennedy double in the limosine meaning she would’ve somehow been complicit in the complot (that aspect I still haven’t yet ruled out but it’s in a different context)-

      “Jackie Kennedy refused to identify JFK in the morgue as her husband”- documentation, please- why would Jackie Kennedy be summoned to a morgue (where?- Parkland or Bethesda?) to identify a man next to her who just a few hours earlier had his brains blown out the back of his head-

      it has been rumored that Officer J.D. Tippett was a Kennedy look-alike- don’t know if that’s true or not but it ‘might’ be a plausible explanation for two ambulances driven to Bethesda and a possible switch of bodies-

      please, if you have documented evidence to prove your points, please publish it- I think it would interest all of us-


      • HAL838 on June 5, 2012 at 7:44 pm

        Do you think you’ll get a reply from someone so full of crap
        I can smell it through the web?
        I knew Jack [he told me to call him that]
        Kennedy and Roger is noots !

  3. Oswald Boelcke on October 24, 2011 at 9:41 am

    It hurts on yet another level. I voted for the Bushes and was glad to do so, but now that looks like another poor decision. I would say there is reason to believe the Bush family is deeper in this than most people imagine and that hurts. I defended George Bush II every time I heard someone attack him and this is how the Bush family pays us all back? We were betrayed and I for one am extremely disappointed. Please try a little harder to respect free elections and the will of the people. If I wanted to live in a fascist state, I’d move to one. You people behind this murder have let us all down.

  4. Oswald Boelcke on October 24, 2011 at 9:37 am

    I lived in Dallas for about fifteen years from the mid-80s to 2000 and can tell you that person after person in Dallas would unhesitatingly tell me whenever I asked (which was often) that it was common knowledge in Dallas that JFK and his oil buddies killed Jack and Bobby Kennedy. I used to defend LBJ, but then I kept reading and digging and after a while, it became painfully obvious that Big Oil used the CIA (and the CIA’s goons in the Cuban and Mafia communities) to put their man (LBJ) in the White House so he could protect their interests. I guess it “hurts” on several levels. My family supported LBJ in 1964, but that looks like a bad decision now. Years ago, I reached the conclusion that I really respected Barry Goldwater. At least Goldwater had some personal integrity. Anyway, I am very disappointed to finally reach the conclusion that LBJ and the CIA undermined our “free” election. How free are we really? If they can strike down an election (and a man) because he is in the way, then what really separates us from the NAZIS and the Communists? At this point, it hurts me to the bone to admit that is a fair question to ask. Tell me again someone just how we are different. I’ve forgotten.

  5. Justina on February 14, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    JFK, whatever his flaws, was announcing in his state of the
    union speeches, certain intentions that would be a death
    sentence for him. cooperation with liberty seeking
    movements against dictators, before commies can co-opt
    their movements; getting the then small American presence
    out of Viet Nam; reigning in the CIA’ maybe some other stuff.

    what leftist Mae Brussel noticed, was that the JFK assassination
    details were less interesting, than the peculiar relationships
    that surrounded it, people supposedly enemies who were
    in bed with each other.

    This is what Peter Dale Scott calls parapolitics.

    There are no totally good guys. And there is a systemic problem.
    So don’t look for heroes to mourn and bad guys to hang. Rather,
    notice who gains, are they worth keeping around (generally
    no), and develop political and economic solutions to hamstring
    them if not eliminate their presence from the overt and covert
    power scene altogether.

    And this is not going to be helped by liberatarian anarchists
    in the long run. They are an arm of the same thing, without
    realizing it, the neutralization of any sense of objective morality.
    Their research is often excellent and useful, but beyond that
    they will just be easily co-opted. Just like the hippy movement
    was for one thing. In fact, there is good reason to think that
    the long hair rebellion drugs rock and roll type peace
    movement was created by the CIA and so forth, to discredit
    the conservative types who were peaceniks also. Any
    opposition to the military industrial complex’s then cash
    cow (Viet Nam War) would be easily dismissed as
    symptomatic of moral and spiritual problems. The whole
    undisciplined do your owh thing, not the same as examine
    and see if maybe some individual issues are mishandled
    or wrong, but the anomie and anarchist sort of thing,
    merely weakens individual resolve on issues of character
    and morality. And in opposing the very corruption that is
    part of the problem.

    If you think the “no one has the right to tell me how to live”
    mentality is not part of the lure to greed and corruption
    and rush to get in the role of controllers who are unelected
    power elements like the State Department and others,
    think again. such power and amorality and complexity of
    laws and even bad laws that makes some wrong stuff
    legal (obvious street level example, aborttion less obvious
    political level, the bankster scene) gives what is effectively
    FREEDOM absolute freedom without responsibility
    or accountability of any credible sort, no credible threat
    to control them, to those with that kind of power.

  6. Bruce on February 14, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    I don’t even care about JFK (why care about just another sock-puppet ?).

    But this book was a tremendously good read.

    An amazingly good bringing together of so many pieces of the puzzle I never head about.

  7. chris stibrany on January 14, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    oh boy cant wait. anyone who has received theirs post here plz so we can all get more excited ๐Ÿ™‚

    • chris stibrany on January 15, 2011 at 5:11 pm

      just to happily gush
      Today I have ordered my copy of the above book LBJ… directly from AUnlimited today so I cant wait to read it!
      good work i am sure mr Farrell!

  8. chris stibrany on January 14, 2011 at 10:13 am

    m-m-mr farrell,
    can you tell us if the new book mentions the nazi connection too ? I was morbidly entranced by that info at the end of your ‘Bell’ book.
    I will buy it soon. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. chris stibrany on January 2, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    I have 2 of your ‘older’ books (what is 2 years anyway?) to read still but I will be buying this as directly from you as possible when I am done with the new 2. Congrats on the new release. You have been busy!

  10. MattB on January 2, 2011 at 12:25 am

    Mine is waiting for me at the Post office. Will pick it up on Tuesday. Woohoo

  11. Jay Trout on January 1, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    If you want it NOW, order from Adventures Unlimited directly. Amazon is still taking pre-orders. I’ve already read it was great, of course!

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 1, 2011 at 9:58 pm

      Actually, they can still order it here at the bookstore… no need to go to amazon ๐Ÿ˜‰

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