Joseph answers questions from a listener on hyperdimensional physics and Tom Bearden:


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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. Jon Norris on November 25, 2011 at 10:45 am

    A couple of points:

    Hoagland also bases his HD physics on evidence found at Cydonia on Mars, and the recurring relationships in physical behavior of the solar system and items within it.

    Bearden has made mistakes, but so did Tesla and Einstein, and virtually everyone else. Mistakes in themselves are to be expected, even desired, if one is to make progress. If one is not making mistakes, one is not stretching the limits.

    Bearden also acknowledges and corrects his mistakes, something few scientists these days do. If you read his various works over time, you will see this clearly. He also openly invites anyone to go over his work and point out/correct errors. His clarification of the concept of efficiency versus Coefficient of Performance from earlier works is a clear example. Few have been able to fault more than a small amount of error, and most of his work stands without honest challenge.

    Bearden also heavily cites the hard literature, which is where he gets most of his material. He is a researcher of the literature with few peers, and his books have huge sections of citations for anyone who bothers to check. His physics comes not only from his own concepts, but that of Whittaker (as you point out), Myron Evans, Mendel Sachs, Lee and Yang, Leyton, Barrrett, etc.

    Since he works closely with Myron Evans, a capable physicist, and others with more than adequate qualifications where math is concerned, it is interesting that ALL of these people would miss math issues. Bearden also usually addresses criticism of his ideas and methods, and I do not recall any mention of anyone seriously challenging his work in this manner. I would like more information on that.

    He also shows his work, something few scientists, especially climate scientist, do today.

    Einstein, on the other hand, refused to cite references, stating that it was beneath him to be bothered with such things.

    And finally, since the proof of the pudding is in the eating, his MEG device has been replicated, patented, and is continuing to be developed. If his math was too far off, it simply would not work.

    While Bearden does lean toward sensationalism and a bit of Cold War paranoia at times, I still find him one of the most important and interesting researchers in existence.

    Also, great sentiment about family and loved ones. That is truly what matters at the end of the day.

    I am thankful for you.

  2. Robert Barricklow on November 25, 2011 at 10:38 am

    The point is well made.
    In fact, in reading several books of conversations between theoretical partical/quantum physicists and Tibetan Monks; conceptionalization is taken to a higher/deeper/’hidden’ realm, where the meaning lies, not only in their interactions – as well as their thought processes, but the ’emergent properties generated therein.

  3. david wilson on November 25, 2011 at 3:47 am

    It would appear that Messrs Hoagland and Bearden et al have woven an intricate theoretical path and managed (as indeed did Einstein) not to exhibit one single laboratory demonstration of their thoughts. Wal Thornhill’s lecture at Maryland could become compulsory listening.

    • Jay on November 25, 2011 at 10:21 am

      David Bohm, Alain Aspect, Josephson too. Coxeter.

      Bearden most certainly has worked with those demonstrating some of those things.

      That you are un-aware that fact just means you haven’t read much.

    • Citizen Quasar on November 25, 2011 at 12:45 pm

      It wasn’t too hard to find the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator, US Patent 6,362,718. All I had to do was Google “the meg” without the quotes and it came right to the top. It is testable.

      How much time did you say, david wilson, that you are getting your federal probation sentence reduced by for coming here and posting your lying uninformed garbage?

      • david wilson on November 26, 2011 at 7:50 am

        Maybe you and Jay should just check out the Thunderbolts site before you become any more abusive and before you demonstrate any more ignorance.

    • Citizen Quasar on November 24, 2011 at 10:10 pm

      “Either way it seems certain that these people were using quite sophisticated technology and watercraft to fish offshore.”

      I guess it all depends on how sophisticated the word sophisticated is.

      Nice link. I bookmarked that. Thanks.

  4. Mike Infinity on November 24, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    Joseph: Just wanted to be one more voice of support and encouragement. I found your books about three years ago an they have been a critical ingredient that has fueled my trip down the rabbit hole, from which I am now too deep to look back. While I do not possess the intellect and depth of insight that sprouts from your soul, I do find you a guiding light to my own enlightenment. When I am in a position to do it, I will gladly donate to help you keep on track. You have had a incredible impact on my evolution as a alternative thinking, mainstream outcast, and I thank you for that!

    One other thought, I do find Bearden uses his own vernacular that tends to make his message cryptic. I know there is the same issue with Tesla. I appreciate your efforts to translate what is his message.


  5. Citizen Quasar on November 24, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Day-um. That was a keeper. I downloaded it. Thanks.

    Funny that you should mention Tom Bearden. As his book “Energy From The Vacuum” shipped for inter-library loan and should be ready for me to pick up after the weekend.

    I decided to see if I could check it out before making a decision to buy a copy at 50+ bucks a whack. Besides, since I took a life-changing financial hit the day before yesterday, it looks like I’ll need all my book money for Farrell books.

    I just finished “The Giza Death Star Deployed” and I was going to read “The Giza Death Star Destroyed” next as I have already randomly read “Reich of the Black Sun.” Instead, since I am up to my neck in physics anyway, and I like the Nazi stuff better, I am going to jump to “The SS Brotherhood of the Bell.” I will order this off your web site so that you know that I definitely bought my copy from you.

    ‘Sorry to hear (no pun intended) that you are still under the weather.

    What I do for myself under similar circumstances is to take mega-doses of vitamin C, at LEAST two grams per day, drink plenty of fluids, particularly GALLONS of grapefruit juice, and I don’t smoke (or smoke very little)….. and I don’t smoke (or smoke very little). Is there an echo in here?

    I am sad to know that you are missing a loved one over the holidays. I can relate, sort of. I have no loved ones, no friends (any wonder?), no family, no birth family. I neither prepared nor ate any feast.

    But on the pozzy-quahzzy side of things, I am a flesh and blood Pilgrim, almost by direct male descent. Without boring you with my genealogy ( and who know who was in the wood pile or what went on behind the barn) I will just say John Alden, 7th signer of the Mayflower Compact, is one of my ancestors.


    • Citizen Quasar on November 24, 2011 at 10:21 pm

      Did I mention to get an adequate amount of sleep and/or rest NIGHTLY/DAILY? No I didn’t. Get an adequate amount of sleep and/or rest NIGHTLY/DAILY!…There’s that echo again.

  6. HAL838 on November 24, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    OH, I also wanted to say that I would like to
    contribute, Joseph,
    but even my online connection is paid for by friends.
    That is what happens when you don’t have “profit” in mind.
    I am quite ill, but I shall recover!

    I do, however promote your site quite a bit,
    as I network information.
    I hope that brings in some ‘traffic.’

  7. HAL838 on November 24, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    Yes !!!!!!

    Thank you, Joseph !!!

    I can ‘see’ it, conceptualize it, as you say;
    but never got to higher math.
    I had to leave school.

    The “scalar” is a also known as a standing wave, is it not ?
    It’s vague, but I see it.
    Stress tensor, vectors to zero, yes !
    Putting it into math or even English ? Oops !

    My basic physics prof once admitted to an idea that he knew,
    but couldn’t ‘see’ or “conceptualize,” as it were.

    Well, of course, my hand nearly hit the ceiling as I called out,
    “I can!”
    I was trapped. He said, “Well, explain it to me.”
    I could ‘see’ it, I could not explain what I ‘saw’ so quickly.
    There I was, caught in my own trap !!
    Later, when going over my notes for exam, I came across that.
    I stopped momentarily, closed my eyes and rested my head back.
    I just let what I was seeing flow through my mind and found
    that I could translate it into three sentences.
    I wrote it down and memorized it.

    On the exam, I turned over one of the papers and explained it
    the way I had put it into words.
    HE GOT IT !!!
    You know what I got in return ?
    Doesn’t matter because I had that satisfaction.
    He never said a word, but when we were going over that
    question, he practically quoted me verbatim.
    Yes !
    He got it !

    On another note, Joseph, what did YOU do today ?
    Work all day ?
    Better not have.

    I am deeply sorry for your loss.
    I am still somewhat of a newbe here.
    Don’t know about that.
    I DO know about loss.

    Out of three, I only have one grown child left.
    And it creeps HER out that she is now,
    has been for a decade, an only child.
    So I do understand, but I have a certain
    understanding about these things, life, spirit,
    existence and a living Universe.

    To me, they are away on a long voyage…
    or perhaps it is me that has been delayed.
    I have no doubt of the facsimile………….

    I wish I could easily pass this on.
    Alas, I cannot.
    I’m sorry……………………..

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