Joseph comments on Comet Elenin, NASA's director Bolden's speech, members' comments, and the spate of alien invasion movies and series on television recently.

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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. Shane on June 25, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    I find it far more illuminating to watch these movies and tv shows with a mind closely bent toward the idealogies being peddled through the different characters as opposed to attempting to figure out “who knows what” and reconstruct ancient history through some interactive pop culture game of Clue. The ET mythos that has come to define post-WWII Western culture in so many ways bears much evidence for being a mythos that is steered and directed by certain factions toward political agendas rather than a genuine mystery. So many people forget that the word “alien” only took on sinister, “not-human” connotations after Roswell, the birthplace of the myth. Orwell was absolutely right; manipulating consciousness through language is immensely powerful and undetectably subtle. This proves to me that, whatever really happened at Roswell, the spin-doctors did their job well, and Hollywood and the capitalization of the mythos are the logical descendents.

    Three things leap to my mind when I watch these types of programs. One, the ET’s seem to value Earth above all other planets in a galaxy teeming with stars, suggesting they are originally from Earth or are at least not extrasolar in origin. Two, the protagonists are always patriots but with an eager and accepting attitude for world comraderie and world community , a socialist attitude. And three, the ET’s have all-too-human motivations, and they are portrayed as morally evil and their society as typically fascist in the strictest sense of that word.

    It does not follow logically that the elites and the people who fund this type of programming know of the existence of genuine ET’s any more than the rest of us. However, it’s possible that they may be aware of a breakaway civilization that is “out there” and follows a radically different idealogy opposed to their own. The UFO mythos has taken root and grown of its own accord, organically, but it has been nurtured and pruned at various times to steer it toward specific idealogical and political windows.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on June 25, 2011 at 7:41 pm

      Excellent thoughts Shane! Thank you for sharing them here. In the main I agree with you and have said on many occasions that we’re looking at the creation of a religion. What better way for the elites here to maintain themselves in power other than a kind of interplanetary “Cold War”? Great thoughts! Thank you!

  2. george conant on June 25, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Great Site! I have my own very personal reasons to know we are not alone in the universe and that indeed we are monitored closely. The PTB have come down to us today through the ages via secret societies who maintain population monitoring and control. My experience tells of three main groups “out there” who either observe or interact with Earth. A) Friendly B) Neutral C) Hostile surely there are more shades of gray than this being that complex intelligences have complex motives and agendas, that said, we are in for interesting times should we again be dealing with “The Gods” upon their revelation to the general public. What this means for the PTB? I reckon we will find out sooner or later.

  3. John on June 24, 2011 at 12:46 pm

    Also note that the more people like us speak about UFOs, ETs and ancient civilizations, the more popular those topics become among the public and hence more likely to show up on TV and in the movies. Just sayin….

    But seriously, the elites trying to rally us against the aliens? That’s like an Amazonian medicine man trying to rally his people to defend him against the approaching Apache helicopters. If that is to work, the aliens must have relatively benign intentions to begin with or really, really need us for something.

    So, if this is an elite driven agenda, that is a good sign for us. =)

  4. MattB on June 23, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    Skyline and Battle L.A are 2 more that come to mind.

  5. Jens on June 23, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Has anyone seen the trailer for the new Transformer Movie?
    If Richard Hoagland would see it, I am sure he will have to buy a new TV, because he will for sure throw something heavy in the screen.^^ ( or maybe he already did?)
    And why that?! Because the movie takes everything Mr. Hoagland ever told about the moon, Apollo and artifact there and turns it into something about evil aliens invading earth…
    If it comes to Hollywood, yes, everything they produced in the last years looks like heavy conditioning to me.

    Interesting is, that here in Japan, if it comes to japanese productions and commercials, your usual alien is harmless if not clumsy and funny. There are a lot of different companys using aliens for their commercials lately, but within the commercial the public reaction to them is always half between ignoring them or looking at them just like, “well, they are alien, who cares”.
    Luckily it seems that not everyone is following the path of darkness.

  6. Linda on June 23, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Your scenario is suggested already in “The Squire of Gothos,” Star Trek, original series. Perhaps Rodenberry is responsible for planting the idea that bad behavior by the caretaker will be punished?

    There is nothing to prove that even if “someone” is coming, they are connected to the current elite or give a rip about the common man. It is not indicated that they- whoever they are- will come and judge the elite for their caretaking or rather, misappropriating, of the resources of Earth including its people. Or is this where the judgement day idea comes from? Perhaps it’s theirs and not ours. By the way, why did they leave in the first place and why would they come back?

    Perchance you give the media too much credit. Yes, it is for the most part corporate controlled. But large behemoths are seldom efficient. It could be that’s just where the cycle is now for their distribution of programming. If Sci-Fi is getting grittier, it’s more likely to do with what they think will bring in big numbers. Grit, gore and guns seem to be more entertaining to the masses than quiet, thoughtful, and intelligent. After all, with enough explosions and action, less dialog is needed. The “King’s Speech” is a wonderful movie. The dialog is smart and entertaining. But is it a blockbuster? Does television need to compete with summer blockbuster movies and so therefore ups its quotient of rock’em sock’em programming to compete?

    How many people tune into Sci Fi? I don’t think the numbers would equate to a suitable medium for mass programming. The alleged news and mainstream programming is where to watch for perhaps subtle hints, but it might be a hard sell for the news department to do much of it. Sci Fi is, in a way, a niche market. Very compelling for those interested and, as has been demonstrated before, often times not enough of a market to keep that programming on the air.

    I just have a hard time seeing a scenario where the PTB told the entertainment industry, five to eight years ago, to ramp up the programming for ‘bad guy aliens.” (Maybe the market is soft for feel good alien stories at the moment, having seen too much of it?) It can take even more lead time to get a show to the air. They have to sell it to the networks, who may have a conundrum- run this programming and get no ratings or run something that will make money. (Maybe it could get ratings but think about a network executive refusing to turn down something they know will make half the money they could make with a proven, although boring, mainstream program) Somehow, I just see greed winning out, especially down the ranks who may not be in the “know.”

    Will the public stampede and demand government protection? Or is that what the governments will try to pretend? It’s not the public I’m worried about- it’s the officials who may vote to do so.

  7. Frank on June 23, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    Hi Joseph,

    I see the logic of your supposition that the on world elites would wish to represent our “cousins” as really nasty characters. Isn’t it possible then that the ancient elites did the same in their texts? That would call into question the perception that is ubiquitous throughout the web that the Annunaki are “bad guys”. I can understand the men being disgruntled by the “shining ones” mating with their women but perhaps the women didn’t mind?

    Or as Jim Morrison put it ” Friendly strangers came to town, all the men put them down, but the women loved their ways ,.come again some other day…”

  8. Mike Meehan on June 23, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    I firmley believe that, who and/or what, that is potentially coming our way, is percieved as more of a threat by, and to, the global elite. Whomever it may be (and I include a return of the Anunnaki) they will be greeted by a ‘firewall’ of benevolent ETs, which to my sincere knowledge (having witnessed their ‘arrival’ with my family and a mutual friend after being notified by e-mail…) have been here (by that I mean in our solar system) since the weekend of October 11/12th, and Tuesday 14th 2008. Equally, having recently read or heard (I’m not sure which; or by whome) someone in the loop (might’ve been Bill Deagle?) infer that they knew, for sure, that all malevolent efforts to come within spitting distance of the planet had been neutralised; and this would be the on-going pattern well past 2012… because the planet was no longer under quarantine. And, malevolent efforts to get off the planet would be met with the same ‘force’, which apparently has been a severe blow to the PTB.

    This is my long-winded way of stating that I’m positive about what we potentially face (my apologies); and, if I’m honest I’m nervous, but, in an excited way. I know it ain’t all gonna be light n’ roses; however, to paraphrase Bill Ryan: we ain’t been granted permission to be incarnated here just to be zapped out of exsistence… too many souls have brought ring-side tickets to re-write the end of the play.

    Blessings Joseph. You are stardust…

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