Joseph makes announcements and then concentrates on the earthquake in Virginia:

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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. Citizen Quasar on August 27, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    You could be right. I am of the opinion that, if the earthquake was artificial, then your explanation is the most likely.

    There does exist the possibility that if the earthquake was artificial that countermeasures may have been employed. Also, perhaps it was a dud, or it misfired and missed its intended target.

    Washington D.C. is only ninety miles from the quake’s epicenter and, coming from the other side of the planet, maybe Washington D.C. was the intended target but their aim was a little off. I will add that if Washington D.C. had been decimated by the quake that I would be somewhat pleased as I view the government in Washington D.C. to be one of occupation and NOT the one that our Founding Fathers left to us.

    I have difficulty believing, given the devastation caused by the Japanese tsunami/earthquake/Fukushima meltdown, that this was merely a “shot across the bow.”

  2. Citizen Quasar on August 27, 2011 at 5:41 pm


  3. HAL838 on August 27, 2011 at 7:44 am

    Weather Wars
    Earthquake Wars

    The Chinese have a saying:
    “May you live in interesting times”

    • HAL838 on August 27, 2011 at 8:46 pm

      Speaking of China—
      I have been very curious as to why an entire people
      deliberately segregated themselves to the point of
      creating possibly the only artificial structure
      that can be made out as such, from space.

      And why are they so different (?) I don’t think this is a
      cause and effect in the sense that they segregated
      themselves first from OUR known ancient times, at least,
      and then changed/evolved differently.

      They are the oddest of the so-called races.
      Their ‘flat’ faces, ‘slanted’ eyes and generally smaller stature
      are the obvious ones.
      They seem to think defferently, at least to me, it shows.
      Their language (orientals in general) is sooo much different….

      So that I have become quite interested in THEIR
      pre, or pre, pre ancient history.

      I know that the first dynasty (in myth)
      was supposedly founded by a ‘god’ from [space.]

      I think that this planet was the first life source in the galaxy,
      bu that does not negate the idea of space aliens
      because they could have come from here and at the
      first sign of trouble; having time AND space travel to do so,
      left the Earth.

      Has this ever piqued your interest or have you come across any
      possible explaination?
      I have set aside a list of books to look into this further,
      but not found quite what I wanted.

  4. Thomas on August 26, 2011 at 11:43 pm

    If the Virginia quake was artificial, just what kind of message are they sending? We can shake you up? After the US/UK elite allegedly killed more than 20,000 Japanese citizens so they don’t align with China? I’m not disagreeing with you on most of the other quakes(Haiti, Chile, maybe Japan); but on the Virginia quake I do. It seems to be natural.

    If it was artificial, then it was a lame demonstration.

  5. Kita on August 26, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    For what it’s worth, your comment about the quake being felt over a wide area is due to the geology of the east coast, mostly, I think.

    On the west coast you have a lot of granite and mountains and all that, which makes earthquakes bounce around in a relatively limited area, though the effects can be kind of wonky, depending on where the quake is and how it hits rock. Things like houses along a street all being damaged except for one, which isn’t. I observed these effects after the 89 quake near Santa Cruz – I was 3 miles from the epicenter.

    However, east of the Rockies, the geology is more like alluvial plains, for the most part. So the shock waves from a quake move through that like it’s water. There is more liquefaction, for one thing. There aren’t any Rockies to break up the force waves. For example, the three earthquakes that happened in the early 1800s are estimated at 9+ on the New Madrid fault line and remain the biggest known quakes in North America. Plus there were three of them, about 2 to 3 months apart.

    These quakes changed the course of the Mississippi, and rang church bells in Boston.

    Plus, if I’m not mistaken, 3.7 miles depth is relatively shallow, making for sharp shocks rather than a lot of rolling.

    If anyone is interested there is a terrific novel from 1999 called “The Rift” by Walter J Williams that explores what might happen if these quakes happened in the present day. The guy really did his homework and I think that by using fiction a good deal more truth can be told, sometimes, and can be more immediate than dry facts recited in a textbook. He talks about the implications for the nuclear plants among other things. I have it slated for a re-read very soon, actually, as I just ran across it again in a move.

    For all the talk about the San Andreas fault line, the New Madrid actually has far more potential for damage because of its history and the nature of the geology there.

    And now, ta da, a hurricane is on the way. Hmm, a quake not on a fault line and a hurricane close behind it. Except for the time factor it’s shaping up like the one-two of quake and tsunami in Japan, eh?

  6. marcos anthony toledo on August 26, 2011 at 9:59 am

    If Japan had a hand in Virginia earthquake it has been a failure it;s goverment has fallen opening the way for the same old crowd to move back in to business as usual. As for the brainless leaders of the USA have refuse to get out of the empire business and make the worst banana republic look like a pillar of good government with looney ideas of axing every program except the military one wonders how they are going to pay for it and defend against the citizens wrath for the destruction of the government and in the end pay for the defense of their lives as the people fed up and tired of their stupid and vicious nonadult behavior of these jerks.

  7. jacob on August 26, 2011 at 9:19 am

    it is even more suspicious since there was an earthquake in CO/NM less than 24 hours prior to this one. it was of about the same magnitude, but wasnt felt as far away. the VA quake was felt from NY on over to IN.

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