Well, you've probably been noticing that the media are pushing the theme of alien invasion recently. Syfy - which has become more a channel for cheap grade B Lovecraft thrillers and "reality TV" of kooks tromping through buildings whispering and looking for ghosts - has been running alien invasion themes, as have a host of other channels. Well, now it's official:

Aliens may destroy humanity to protect other civilisations, say scientists

This latest folly from Elitesville actually couples NASA, the Pennsylslovakia State University, and a bunch of nitwits that probably reached their conclusions inside of a padded room. "Watching from afar," we're told, extraterrestrial beings might view changes in Earth's atmosphere as symptomatic of a civilisation growing out of control - and take drastic action to keep us from becoming more of a serious threat, the researchers explain."

Uh huh. Perhaps ET is worried (and who could blame him/her/it?) that the USA will sponsor NATO raids and open a branch of the Federal Reserve on their home world, and import squadrons of Dummycrooks and Republithugs to manage their economy. Doubtless this study gave Al Gore, Maurice Strong, and "thinkers" of their ilk something approaching an orgasm of relief: at last global warming has been wedded to the immanent threat of alien invasion!

All humor aside, the fact that money was wasted on this "study" - which concludes what anyone of common sense would conclude to begin with, namely that there are three possible scenarios, beneficial, neutral, and harmful, of such contact - is really masking the purpose, which I believe to be yet another attempt to keep everyone preoccupied with end-of-the-world apocalypse theater scenarios, which will be kept alive by the occasional titillating story in the major media, the sensational UFO sighting for the UFO groupies, and, while it lasts, speculations on Comet Elenin. In short, as with the DARPA story I blogged about earlier this week concerning the creation of the social factors for interstellar travel, we're looking at another piece of the same story, namely, that we are being slowly prepared for a vast transformation of society, not only by the "apocalyptic technologies of ET and interstellar travel" but for some sort of "contact event", which, if you've been reading between the lines carefully, could itself be very easily staged.

One thing, however, emerges as a clear lesson from this study: these people are nuts, and will stop at nothing in their wild speculations, their indulgence of insanity, and their attempts to corral everyone into a quiescent state of confusion and fear by constant promotion of the memes of social engineering.

The looney tunes knows no depth, including even a serious proposal from a Nobel Prize winning economist, that we all need to just pretend like we're being invaded by aliens to get the world on a war economy and thus get everything chugging along again:

Alien Invasion: Krugman, Military Keynesianism, and the Report From Iron Mountain

....which all raises the question, once again, of the alleged statements of Dr. Wernher Von Braun to Dr. Carole Rosin, first came the Communists, then came terrorists, then would come nations of concern, then it would be asteroids, and finally, the threat of alien invasion, all of which would be used to justify putting weapons into space.  Yes folks, it's that bad, and these people really are that nuts.

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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. WEX on September 4, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    WILLIAM MILTON COOPER, labelled by Bill Clinton as ” The Most Dangerous Talk Show Host In America” also proposed a” Hoaxed Alien Invasion”.

  2. Tim Fonseca on September 3, 2011 at 12:31 am

    We are all speculating here, so I think it would be preferable to say that you don’t like, or agree, with someone’s speculation rather than calling that person a kook, a loon, or insane.
    I have grave doubts concerning David Icke’s Reptilian Alien Theory, and I am tempted to call him crazy, a nut, and a loon.
    But who knows, maybe George Bush is a shapechanging alien Reptile.
    I have a feeling someone has been taking too many mushrooms but again, who knows.
    We all know George Bush is a rat, but a shapechanging Rat, …could be.

    We each gather our observations, lived experience, and “facts” together and from these we create our scenarios and speculations about what the hell has been, and is, going on about us.

    I look at human history and see some great moments but overall human history is a gigantic tragedy, a horror story of such unbelievable monstrosity and malevolence that saying it is all chance is absurd.
    That’s my take on it. Am I a kook. Well, if you see the world as a happy face place then I must be a kook.

    Concerning the topic in Joseph’s post, I feel that the human race is being played with from the outside.
    We are marionettes on a stage and the question is, “who is pulling the strings” and why.
    From the very top of society, to the very bottom, the alien string pullers are making us all run around like demented wind-up toys.
    I see it as something in line with Valle’s “Ultraterrestrials”, aliens so powerful that anything Darpa can create is “just toys against them.”

    Remember the laughing, mean-spirited invisible aliens in “2001: A Space Odyessy.
    They played with Bowman and laughed at his incomprehension, and they manipulated human history and didn’t give a damn about who got hurt.

    Maybe the unseen aliens in 2001 are replicas of Ray Kurzweil’s, and Tipler’s Ultracomputers. But not the naive “happy face” Ultracomputers of Kurz and Tip but cruel, sadistic, Ultracomputers.
    . hey Kurzweil, and Tipler, ya listening to me…ya Cyborg fetishists.

    Then again, maybe it’s all a big joke and a second after we die we awaken in the green room of God, and we all have a good laugh over our horror story adventures on planet Earth.

    Or maybe Darpa is going to give us all something they have been hiding from us up till now…
    The Galactic Internet..aka The ImaginalNet…a system developed by ancient aliens that connects the entire galaxy, “realtime”, through virtual reality hook-up
    We, and the aliens of the galaxy, meet in an Imaginal Realm, so we don’t have leave our planets to visit one another. Forget about spaceships.
    You see, the Darpa people are really nice, friendly, and have your best interest at heart.
    I doubt it.

  3. Robert Barricklow on September 2, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    This is a second attempt to post.
    In fact it’s funny because I was posting methods to the Looney Toon madness that appears to going on. Add spookines to that. We have already witnessed some of this in the HAARP/Hologram technology that brought you 9/11, exotic energy weapon(hollywood blockbusters on TV news), or making a city appear(in China video recently), or a second coming of Jesus(already scripted by?), or an alien(you fill in the blank).
    I found that this site generally takes the ‘Boscombe Viewpoint’. It comes from a perspective elucidated upon by Sherlock Holmes(thank-you Watson) in his adventure of: The Boscombe Valley Mystery.
    “Circumstantial evidence is a very tricky thing…it may seem to point straight to one thing, but if you shift your own viewpoint a little, you may find it pointing in an equally uncompromising manner to something entirely differen…There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact”.
    This is not only out-of-the-box thinking; it is like Carlee’s red ice creation site, out-of-the-cage thinking.
    A place called: And I like it like that.

  4. marcos anthony toledo on September 2, 2011 at 11:53 am

    The problem is any real alien invasion would not take the form of War of the Worlds and it’s various immatators too risky and expensive in their lives and money. IF they into that they they do it on the cheap and be clever looking for useful idots to do the job for them case in point Judeo-Christo-Islamics which fits the bill perfectly for their purposes we have these overschooled brain dead zombies do the job for them once these jerks have done their jobs on this planet they will hand the whole solar system to their masters non the wiser a planet of slaves, janerseries and lab rats. Sleep well assholes pleasent dreams.

  5. Laura Lee on August 31, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Yeah, that’s what I thought. WE ARE THE KLINGONS!

    • Bill on August 31, 2011 at 6:30 pm

      CYLONS are way more scarier than KLINGONS! HA! HA! Besides, no Klingon woman could ever come close to a hottie like “Caprica Six!” The sultry way in which she said to that bored colonial diplomat: “Are you alive?” The obviously stunned man quips: “Yes!” To which “Caprica Six” says: “Prove it!” All the while the missiles are inbound seconds from multi-impacts on that distant deep space “armistice” station that hadn’t received any Cylon communication or other activities for over forty years!

  6. HAL838 on August 31, 2011 at 5:56 am

    Good stuff, Joseph. The (U)FOs are only unidentified
    to those that (obviously) don’t know what they are.
    Roswell told the military how far ahead the SoAmer
    Nazis were and they came to (tentatively) agree on collaboration.

    The bogus “first news” was planted to confuse.
    But I’m not telling YOU anything new……….

    ElectroFieldGravitics “propulsion”

    The HIGHEST tech uses Quantum Wave functioning (instantaneous,)
    but not perfected.
    I suppose you could stretch a bit and call it ‘subspace.’ BIG LOL 😉

  7. Antoine on August 31, 2011 at 1:54 am

    Aliens would not squish us under their giant purple tentacles -they’d dirtied themselves, and would then need to find something to swipe themselves with… ah.. a mess.

    No, Perhaps some of leaders, acknowledged or not, are really that nuts. However I content lightly here that our Aliens Overlords are not.Simply because of the statistics, like how long would a chimp last with a grenade tied to his hands, eh?

    I’d bet we roughly all went through the same growing pains and so they look at us like an older brother looks at his younger brother entering high school or university, wanting to help, but really needing to stay out of it for his brother’s own sake and fortitude.

    Also, its a possibility that they, the nuts in questions, who may be seen as the real decision makers on this planet, may orchestrate a show that would inspire the fear required for humanity to get its act together. As lets not kid ouselves: only an alien invasion would scare EVERYONE enough to actually have humanity form a real coalition.

    Like its said in the movie ‘the day the earth stood still’, ‘its only on the brink of precipice that people truly change […] do not rob us of our defining moment!’. A brink of precipice can easily be arranged given their accord. A bit like a university initiation ritual… something to look at later and be pleased with even if it scared us shitless as it happened. An initiation that we all go through.

    I would bet there’s a sort of Galactic Federation of sort and that there our account is handled by specialists in this field of newcomers. And consequently, I’d bet that they’ve seen their share of planet despots and lunatics like we have, and they simply nod and plough them along gently through their limited lifespan until we’ve arrived safely into the federation and the lunatics are long dead or powerless.

    • Denise Kelly on August 31, 2011 at 3:07 pm

      Antoine says: I would bet there’s a sort of Galactic Federation of sort and that there our account is handled by specialists in this field of newcomers.

      Specialists? Maybe. Interesting post tho.

      But speculating about Exo-specialists and leaving it to the professionals is kinda like the Cargo Cult Game Show. A ‘primitive’ culture crashes when exposed to alien high-tech supposedly; gossip about jets overhead ends up hocus-pocus worship by natives as godz, etc. An old story…

      The same with Argentine-Nazi saucers ending up being exo-mythologized by TPTB as UFO’s instead of what it is: highly advanced German Terra technology. Far beyond von Braun’s NASA rocketry.

      Another ball outta Exo-left field: DNA junk. Seen as a kind of genetic “No Escape from New York” for the whacko, fruitcake, criminal Prison Planet types. What better way to keep fallen angels down on the farm?

  8. carlee on August 30, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    http://www.redicecreations.com/TV/2011/RITV-ep5.php Red Ice just did a great tv episode on the secret space program worth a look

  9. Citizen Quasar on August 30, 2011 at 8:09 pm

    I don’t know what to say.

    “Klaatu Barada Nicto?”

    “I can’t make this stuff up?” (Alex Jones)

    Maybe they’ve been breeding an army of orcish-volk in a DUMB somewhere and they are going to unleash them with “Tesla-powered” aerial craft.

    Thanks for keeping me informed.

    • Citizen Quasar on August 30, 2011 at 8:11 pm

      CORRECTION: “Klaatu barada nikto.”

  10. Denise Kelly on August 30, 2011 at 6:01 pm

    Personally, I think the Invasion has already begun. I was having a few drinks with some friends at the Rocket Bar on 7th across the street from the Gallery Place Chinatown Metro Stop in Washington DC recently. Right after the earthquake. I couldn’t believe how many ‘alien’ Lounge Lizards tried to put the make on me. I truly believe the lizard invaders are here now even as I speak. Oh well, they always said “Mars Needs Women”… 🙂

  11. Bill on August 30, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    I’ve been watching some of these shows. “Falling Skies;” “When Aliens Attack;” even “Battlestar Galactica” on the BBC America channel which suggests to me that we could one day create, if we haven’t already done so sometime back in distant antiquity, “Cylons” that might one day decide to eradicate their erstwhile creators in some massive invasion that could wipe out 99.9 per cent of humanity. Talk about a hostile takeover! Should we now start to expect the unexpected in a kind of mass preparedness program ’cause the sh-t is really about to hit the proverbial fan?!

  12. romanmel on August 30, 2011 at 11:49 am

    I am a member of AboveTopSecret.com and often post there. I find the UFO “believers” there to be religious in their commitment to their cause of promoting aliens as having the answers to all mankinds problems if we would just allow them to take charge.

    Almost without an exception these UFO “believers” are otherwise agnostic or athiests towards the belief in God. When I point out their religious fervancy they deny it claiming their beliefs are “science based”. They reject those who believe in a God they cannot see while worshipping at the feet of syfy aliens from outer space. One would think that if UFOs with aliens at the controls are darting about in the droves we’d have at lease some sort of evidence other than pics and videos of blurry white lights in the sky, wouldn’t you?

    • paraschtick on August 30, 2011 at 4:09 pm

      Romanmel. Oh boy where to begin lol. There has been a tonne of evidence apart from pics and blurry videos. There have been radar traces, marks left on the ground, even in one case, footprints. So there is evidence of something going on. Although to tell you the truth I still don’t know what though and I’ve been interested in the ufo phenomena since 1977/78 when I saw something during an ufo flap in the area that I grew up in (See The Welsh Triangle book by Peter Paget for more details).

      [Oh and I do know though that it isn’t angels and demons a la George Noory lol]

      But unfortunately for the ufo research community, there are a lot of deluded fools, conmen, criminal researchers (see the exploits of Dr David Jacobs), and people using shoddy research techniques (umm see the exploits of Dr David Jacobs) to get at any real answers.

      Oh and one of those deluded fools and/or conmen is none other than William Lyne (as mentioned in a previous comment).

      See here for more:


      I hate to burst anyone’s bubble but there is so much nonsense in the UFO field, you have to be extremely careful who you put your faith in. Case in point: Phillip Imbrogno … a veteran of 30 years of ufo research, beloved by most of the ufo field (even me) suddenly disappeared from the field a few months back when it was discovered that he had lied about his educational qualifications and military experience. Noone had bothered checking into his background and believed he was what he said he was for at least 30 years.

      It was indeed a very black day for the UFO community when that transpired. So be careful who or what you believe in when it comes to the ufo field. It may come back to bite you in the rear quite severely.

      Best wishes

      HPrice aka paraschtick

  13. MQ on August 30, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Amazing. First the govt spent so much time trying to convince folks there were no such things as UFOs (project blue book), and now they have to pump up the Hollyweird machine to push the “external” threat. Of course this is all so they can continue with their weirdo forms of fear, control and obscene profits. I don’t doubt for a NY minute that we possess some awesome technology, but these lunkheads are so limited in their views that they actually use it solely for destructive purposes. This Babylonian cow/slave herding act is getting really boring. Time for a new game.

  14. Mike Infinity on August 30, 2011 at 9:00 am

    Joseph: I am halfway through Grid of the Gods and it is amazing how you are addressing many of the questions that have been percolating in my mind for the last year. I cannot comprehend how you can be so prolific, but I am glad you are!

    On another note, somewhat on topic to your post, I stumbled across a book written by William Lyne called Pentagon Aliens (A earlier uncensored version was apparently called Space Aliens From the Pentagon), written in 1989, seems to strongly support your thesis that the UFO technology we are all wondering about is indeed man made and is based on some breakthroughs made by Tesla in the early 1900’s. He insists the Pentagon has complete control of his technology, and that there is no such thing as extraterrestrials. In the book he goes into some detail about the new physics of the technology. He also talks a lot about Nazi involvement with the technology.

    He has a military and CIA background. Not sure if he was on your radar screen but he may provide some supporting information for your endeavors.

  15. 88Eddie on August 30, 2011 at 7:54 am

    Glenn Greenwald’s latest excellent, excellent piece, “The Decade’s Biggest Scam” demonstrates that the powers that be haven’t given up at all on the “War on Terror” theme, and it is paying huge dividends. (Literally, for the defense contractors.) See http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/index.html
    Except for the highly unlikely event that Americans realize how asinine it is to be buying billions of dollars in heavy military gear to fend off terrorist attacks against feed stores and rural trailer parks, there will be no need to go to the bother of a staged alien invasion.

  16. Hermes on August 30, 2011 at 6:31 am

    The weapons were already there in the 50’s…we shot down the craft that crashes at roswell!!!!!! They travel distances we can’t comprehend and then crash? Doesn’t add up…

    I can’t locate the original CNN link, but this guy claims thursday last week they had four experts that stated openly, take UFO’s seriously folks! No ad hominam attacks…

    Dr Farrell you’re not going to be able to keep up here soon with the UFO meme being beaten into heads as we head to 11.11.11

    • patrick on September 4, 2011 at 11:06 am

      “we shot down the craft that crashes at roswell!!!!!! They travel distances we can’t comprehend and then crash? Doesn’t add up…”

      Well saying that they can travel across the universe and then get shot down by the US military is just a ridiculous dont you think? I doubt any highly advanced spaceship from a civilization 200000 years ahead of us can be taken down by any weapon “we” might have.

      • Joseph P. Farrell on September 4, 2011 at 1:02 pm

        In addition, saying it is extraterrestrial, interplanetary, or interstellar, is a conclusion exceeding the evidence adduced for it, since there are NO known statements of the performance of the craft. All that we have is the earlier statements of the Wilmots, reported in the same edition of the Roswell newspaper that reported the recovery of the disc, that they saw a UFo traveling approximately 400 mph, far too slow for anything interplanetary much less interstellar. Additionally, there is no evidence to connect what they saw, to what crashed, though it is a reasonable assumption to make. Roswell is not, and has never been, an adequate tool in the arsenal of the ET religionists to bolster their faith. That is the bottom line as far as I am concerned.

  17. Diane M. on August 30, 2011 at 5:14 am

    The problem is the nuts are the ones in control. Great article..love your writings

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