Well, someone on my Facebook page just posted a very interesting article about another "woops" for General Relativity:

Another Woops for General Relativity

Well, as Richard C. Hoagland says, "What are the three laws of hyper-dimensional physics?" Answer: "(1) rotation, (2) rotation, and (3) rotation."

One has to wonder what the American Bell Laboratories physicist, Dr. Herbert Ives, who so long opposed Einstein's relativity theories, would think about this development. My guess is, he'd be beaming from ear to ear.

....oh yea, I almost forgot...does this, perhaps, ring a Bell?

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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. JJ Kelly on February 5, 2011 at 7:17 am

    I believe Tesla disagreed with Einstein on his theory of relativity, so Ives is not alone.

  2. Justina on January 28, 2011 at 1:32 am

    iridium disappearance and reappearance, sure that wasn’t
    just vaporization and resolidification? I don’t know what
    Iridium’s melt temperature is. There must have been something
    besides temperature going on, though.

  3. AJCruz on January 28, 2011 at 12:30 am

    I started reading your books a few days ago, and I love the information and ideas you have. Its really helped me along with some of the thoughts I’ve had on some of these subjects.

    Now I wanted to post this information because it correlates with this:

    Here is the section I thought of when I saw your post

    Joe Parr had done some testing with pyramid research and hyperspace.


    Over this time, he calculated that when he could get the pyramids to reach a certain speed while also bathing the surrounding air with atomic particles such as ions, there would be a “pinch-off” where the shielding would reach 100 percent. At this point the pyramid’s energy field would completely shield off all electromagnetic, radioactive and gravitational energy. Rotation alone could create a 50% shielding effect when the proper speed was attained, and the atomic particles were required to reach the 100% pinch-off point. Sunlight could also be used as the source of atomic particles to achieve complete shielding in the energy orb.

    Obviously, this fits in with our previously stated ideas about objects displacing into higher levels of aetheric density, drawing from the concepts of Dr. Vladimir Ginzburg, Dr. A.M. Mishin and Dr. Harold Aspden. Indeed, it appears that an object will gradually displace into a higher aetheric density as it vibrates closer to the speed of light. Eventually, a complete shift can be made into the higher density at that point, and when the pressure is later released, the object will naturally shift back down into our own density. This also correlates with the patent of David Hudson, where microcluster iridium was seen to disappear when it was heated up to 850° Celsius, but would reappear when the temperature was reduced.

    Therefore, it shouldn’t surprise us that once the 100% shielding level was attained in Parr’s experiments, the pyramid would temporarily disappear from our known “three-space” reality. At these times, the pyramids would disconnect from their epoxy mountings on the rotating arm, which was calculated to require 2000 pounds of force, or a sudden increase in kinetic (movement) energy that was 113,000 times greater than before. In 55 different experiments of this type, the pyramid would pass through solid objects such as the wall of the machine, which formed an enclosed shell that surrounded the path of the pyramid’s rotation. When the pyramid would re-emerge into our own space after passing through the solid casing of the machine, it would be traveling at a tremendous speed like a bullet and often end up embedding itself into the wall of his laboratory or exploding.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 28, 2011 at 12:47 am

      Thanks AJ…. I’m familiar with Parr’s work and in fact talk about it in one of my books!

      • AJCruz on January 28, 2011 at 1:22 am

        🙂 See I just need to finish reading your books. I figured you had come across this before. It just sparked my interest when I saw it and thought I would post.

        Thank you for all your great work and your writings. They will give me information and ideas that I hadn’t thought of or come across quite yet.

        Its greatly appreciated.

  4. Rob on January 20, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    Roulette wheels are interesting, in a kind of counter rotating field sort of way. And if the centre Sun is a hole and DNA a store of human experience…

    Like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel,
    Never ending or beginning in an ever spinning reel

    As above, so below accompanied by planets blowing up and moon (mean)?

    Hmmm… that might be catastrophic!

    All the best Mr Farrell,

  5. Greg Parent on January 20, 2011 at 5:31 am

    Science has much to teach…but scientism is on the run. Wolfgang Smith provides a much needed corrective to Guenon’s anti-science absolutism (as Jean Borella did for Christianity in relation to Guenon’s thesis.)

    According to Michael Behe (“Darwin’s Black Box”, “The Edge of Evoulution”) Darwinism was rigorously mathematically and scientifically disproved in 1999 (although there had been mumblings throughout the sixties, seventies and eighties among microbiologists). High school science teachers haven’t gotten the memo.

    According to Jacque Valle and Wolfgang Smith, science has re-discovered the “intermediate world.” They are still a long way from acknowledging the spiritual world.

    For those who have a taste for the arcane, some very interesting texts can be found within the areas of Zoroastrian/ Islamic/Shi’ite/Sufi esoterica–particularity in the works of Henry Corbin.

    There is a very interesting section in Henry Corbin’s “Spiritual Body, Celestial Earth” entitled “Alchemy and the Resurrection Body.’ The Philosopher’s Stone, powdered gold, the quest for red sulfur–it’s all there.

  6. MattB on January 19, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    What was really bizarre was the idiotic ad hominem attacks on Creationists and at least one anti zionist/Jewish comment. I guess the move away from the dogma of Relativity and a few other faulty ‘theories’ will make those theological/scientific position ( and indeed a few others as well) have even greater authority.

    I guess we are in for more lies to cover that possibility huh?

    I must admit to enjoying watching the faulty scientific house of cards shake and wobble. I only hope good people get hold of the science, technology and mindset to create something that will be beneficial for humanity.

    The small (and closed) mindedness by the commentators below the article was quite remarkable.

  7. spiritsplice on January 18, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    Ding Dong the witch is dead! The wicked witch….

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