Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice Creations Radio interviews Joseph about The Grid of the Gods:

Red Ice Creations on the Grid of the Gods

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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. Leslie Simone Sutain on November 11, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Grid of the Gods Part 2 @ 18:05….

    thank you for explaining the function of the Grid additionally as being for Vibratory Manipulation, effecting
    the Human Psyche, and that Elite Power are using this Sorcery today, is an extension of that same Ancient Civilization…

    …then at 19:05 or so, “A-La-Sitchin..We were Tinkered with for Social Engineering” …there was another
    Redice show where Sitchin’s work came up, so thanks again for clarifying your position, and a fabulous show!!

    As you know, I too believe there is something in the ‘Glass’ Cathedrals & Towers that are re-establishing the
    GRID, based on the Towers at Rennes Le Chateau, San Sulpice & Gerona..( Dubai ?) Maybe Tachion Energy,
    which is faster than the speed of Light & Time…but some say it doesn’t exist

  2. Lucy Wyatt on October 22, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Hi Dr Farrell
    Having listened to your interview, it occurred to me that you might be interested in some of the material in my book ‘Approaching Chaos – could an ancient archetype save C21st civilisation?’. I was lucky enough to talk to John Michell just before he died and he was very interested in what I had to say about early domestication and the beginnings of living in cities (I go back to the end of the Ice Age and re-examine how living in cities came about).

    I have no doubt that what you and others postulate about a grid makes sense; and that the reason for the location of structures like Giza was partly for global geodetic purposes. I agree that Giza is the original prime meridian (the Piri Reis map is further confirmation of that hypothesis).

    But have you considered that another attraction of Giza is not just being centre of a land mass, but it is ON A LINE OF NEUTRALITY (forgive the caps)? What I am referring to is one particular catastrophe that occurred at the end of the 4th millennium BC which marked the end of the Holocene Optimum climate period (it is after this that the deserts of the Sahara, the Gobi and the Thar appear); and the end of the Nabtian pluvial which was the time of the rainfall that eroded the Sphinx (ref Robert Schoch).

    What is potentially significant about that catastrophe is that there was an equal and opposite effect in the four quarters of the globe. No one seems to know the cause of the catastrophe but it may have been a comet. One effect was to create raised beaches on one side and suddenly submerged forests on the other. Egypt, however, was on a line of neutrality in which none of these effects happened.

    It is after this point – which may have been the original global Flood – that there are the massive migrations of people as they went in search of safer homelands and that Egypt was then (re?)settled. At least, it is after this point in about 3,100 BC that dynastic Egypt begins. It is also around that time that the current Mayan long count calendar starts.

    Another point I would like to make regards a further function of the pyramids. I quite accept that they were multi-purpose. You talk of them being a machine. My understanding is that the Egyptian word for pyramid is ‘mr’ which means ‘instrument for ascending’.

    One function which I don’t think you refer to is their use in ritual, in particular, in shamanic ritual. In my book I write about an important Egyptian festival called the Heb Sed festival – although similar festivals happened elsewhere – in which the pharaoh was ritually buried alive using the Osirian rites for 3 days. During this time he journeyed in spirit form to acquire information from the ancestors (I refer to the work of Dr Jeremy Naydler on the Shamanic wisdom in the Pyramid texts as one of my sources for this proposal).

    Indeed, it is my belief that the true meaning of the word ‘alchemy’ refers to the Egyptian word for the fixed stars (the ‘khemi’) and I think is a reference to astral planing. It is a confusion of the Greeks that has given us the idea that it is about the substance and process and not about the outcome of using the prepared substance or Philosophers Stone. Until quite recently we have had little understanding of shamanism and few have realised that was the role of pharaohs and other rulers of the original ancient city civilisations: ‘divine rite’ not ‘divine right’.

    What you say about the hyperdimensionality using the key nodal points of the grid is fascinating. And it would follow that if part of the reason for these structures was OBEs, then it would make sense to build structures on nodal points that would enhance and facilitate that experience. In addition to all the other benefits such as fertility, communication etc etc…

  3. Ken Lemon on October 19, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    Yes another great interview, I have all of Dr. Farrell’ interviews from RIR.

    The thing that I detected in the latter part of the second hour was the “frustration” in Dr. Farrell’ voice. In other words all the research in the world is fine, BUT, unless we have a major breakthrough in the hidden history of the human race, I’m afraid we are a million years away from the truth, either in physics or biology.

    If only our cousins would come back and give us an updated history lession, we may be able to comprehend the enormity of it all.

  4. HAL838 on October 19, 2011 at 6:57 am

    The only book of yours I haven’t read beside the
    early translations you did, is
    “LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy.”
    I own it, just haven’t got aound to it.

    So I was listening to the ‘Red Ice’ interview while
    browsing the other books and authors listed
    on the site.

    You’re right in your general hypothesis’
    and I think connecting dots may help fill in
    much that is missing or perhaps not fully and
    correctly interpreted.

    In any case, you have my full encourgement to
    I need your research, Joseph ! as this is not something
    I can do for myself at this time except through others.
    So many thanks !!

  5. naomi on October 18, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    I listened to this interview last night. I’m going to listen again. I do not catch all of the information all at once, since I’m not knowledgable in higher mathematics and it’s past the bedtime! I am amazed though Joseph, how easily you can convey very complex concepts to someone like myself and others.

    The combination of Henryk and you is, as foundring says, Gold. Same can be said for the converstation between yourself and Peter Levenda on youtube.

    Please share with us the link and info that Henyk mentioned about the submerged “Stone Henge” structures recently found by satellite.

    I’m still laughing at the statement that you made in regard to blood sacrifice when you said that “you didn’t need to wring the neck of a turtledove in order to forgive someone or something…” it’s just too profoundly funny.

  6. LSM on October 18, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    I just listened to it, Dr. Farrell-

    you just never cease to fascinate and amaze me (it’s why I read your books and visit this website)-

    please continue to carry the torch-

    Larry in Germany 🙂

  7. paul degagne on October 18, 2011 at 6:33 am

    I just finishing listening to the first 48 minutes of the interview and I had to stop for my brain needs to assimilate.

    Quick points;

    1.) His laughter. What at you gazing at inside your head while your speaking! Marvelous Imagery?

    2.) Closed systems ( frames or borders around sic “things; these borders are very perminamble, not what they seem.) It’s all open.

    3.) The word —— TENTATIVE Yes that’s wise.

    4.) Legends of Mythology — most certainly!

    5.) We need to SLOWLY investigate ( reminds me of the chemistry student who blows up the lab in some quick thought out experiment where he/she doesn’t consult with others before racing off with his good idea)

    6.)Guessing —- Well Epistemological we’re all guessing? WHO KNOWS?

    7.) What do erstwhile scientist got “ANTS IN THEIR PANTS?” —- All this SCRATCHING the SURFACE. Yes, I fully agree with your recommendation of going SLOW. We get enough exercise JUMPING TO PREMATURE CONCLUSIONS— as Dr. Frankenstein found out.)

    8,) the interviewer commented about a combination of Physics, LANGUAGE, and Mythology. Right On. Farrell —don’t forget some of your readers aren’t so literate in very ABSTRACT MATH. It would help if we had some PARANORMAL faculties at our disposal but WE DON’T.

    9.) The “JUMP ROPE’ analogy shows us you DO have some mercy on us readers. If I lived to be a couple of hundred yrs. I would get a phd in TOPOLOGY but if pigs could fly my dog would miss out on a nice big HAM BONE!

    10. Everybody seems to want to find out about the PLAN of the ANCIENTS! Kind of reminds me of that twilight zone called “TO SERVE MAN’ where the main character is seen running and screaming to the people on the embarkment to the space vehicle. The SECRET CODE is a MENU! GO BACK! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!

    11.) I was fed by Paul Feyerabend and his language is at times pretty ABSTRACT to say the least but that is besides the point.

    Farrell don’t forget too much abstraction is kind of like being a SCRIBE in the ancient days. People couldn’t write so they had to give money to them and who really knows or could trust SCRIBES.

    Paul Feyerabend on his death bed gave an interview and toward the end he said it’s a shame — all these good and intelligent people are on the with no recognition or rewards while the DOLTs get it all.

    I am aware your are trying to reach this excellent scientists out in the cold to have a mixing of the minds. Don’t forget us!

    One more thing. Have anyone ever gone to the show or movie theater and when coming out of the theater you experience a moment of blindness at the sun. I have. I don’t like that feeling but I guess that’s one of the cost of being entertained. Diving into all this complete physics and math — afterwords when I go to cook supper I have to watch myself for I am blinded with THOUGHT and I might get burned by some hot pot or kettle. I once put the sugar bowl in the refridgerator.

    How that for being EINSTEIN LIKE — Ha.ha!

  8. Greg Parent on October 18, 2011 at 5:00 am

    RED ICE CREATIONS is one of the better shows on the internet– it has a record of doing extremely fine interviews.

    • Marc on October 18, 2011 at 11:28 am

      I completely agree. The interviews on The Byte Show with GeorgeAnn and Red Ice Creations/Radio with Henrik are top notch!

      Was already checking The Byte Show page for a new interview with Dr. Farrell (do that a few times week, sometimes per day :P)… great to hear that I can now find a new interview on my other favourite radio show. 🙂

  9. Citizen Quasar on October 18, 2011 at 4:58 am

    This was a good interview. I never considered that they would have to patch things up after blowing up a planet but this makes sense to me. it’s one of those things that, once it comes to mind, seems so obvious.

    Unfortunately, I was only able to listen to the first hour as I am not subscribed to Red Ice. Before I do that, I will subscribe to Giza Death Star. Presently , the holdup on this is that I am trying to work a good webcam into my budget.

    In the meantime, I am buying and reading your books. So far I have read ‘Babylon’s Banksters,’ ‘The Cosmic War,’ ‘Reich of the Black Sun,’ and I just finished ‘The Giza Death Star.’ Next on the list is ‘The Giza Death Star Deployed’ as I am reading the rest of them in the order published.

    I hope I can read them as fast as you write them.

  10. paul degagne on October 18, 2011 at 3:43 am

    Thanks, even though it’s what everybody does to market their ‘PRODUCT’ it’s still fine to have a heads up.

  11. foundring on October 17, 2011 at 10:50 pm

    I listen to every red ice interview. I also own all 14 of jpf’s books on “strange stuff” and I read all of these articles on this, the best goshdarned blog on the internets.

    Henryk interviewing Joseph = mind expansion gold. Is it xmas already or perhaps my bday has come early.

    • Marc on October 19, 2011 at 3:04 am

      The only pity is, is that an interview doesn’t last one or two days 😉

      I always feel like an addict, waiting for that next interview fix, lol 😀

      Awesome interview Dr. Farrell. Henrik also did a wonderful job with great question, fantastic combination. 🙂

      • Nick on October 20, 2011 at 11:27 am

        I agree. I listen to most RIR interviews and recommend subscribing. What fascinating knowledge is out there which is a revelation. Humanity is on its knees now and its conversations of such high calibre that give me hope for my children to save this beautiful planet from destruction.

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