Well the alchemical agenda of transhumanism marches on. The latest news is that German scientists have now invented a "nanoear:

Introducing the 'nano-ear'

The technique as described is simple enough. What intrigues me is the possibilities it opens up for the "transhumanist alchemist", i.e., an engineer who would couple this technology with others already in existence, say cochlear implants for example, to extend the range of human hearing. Sound impossible? Well, consider for a moment that we already saw last week the development of biological cells used as pump sources for very tiny lasers. Of course, with enough money and manpower....but all that is fanciful speculation.

Here's the part that really leaped out at me:

"According to the team, the device could be used to analyse the sounds made by live micro-organisms, such as bacteria and viruses. It might also be used to investigate artificial micro-objects that produce acoustic vibrations but that cannot be directly visualized in an optical microscope because of strong light absorption or scattering.

"'We might even be able to develop a new type of 'acoustic microscopy' as it is possible to bring very sensitive sound sensors in the close vicinity of microscopic samples,' team member Alexander Ohlinger says."

Now, does that sound familiar? Remember decades ago the name of Royal Raymond Rife rocked the medical world when he claimed to have developed a microscope that, subject to special tuning, could see viruses in their living states. Of course, by the laws of optics, this was impossible, and an electron microscope killed the viruses. Nonetheless, Dr. Rife persisted in making his claims. He went further, to the ire of the professional medical community, namely, he claimed that by using the resonant frequencies of a given virus, he could literally vibrate the virus to death, without harming surrounding tissue. To add insult to injury, he claimed to have healed several patients of what otherwise would have been terminal cancers (thus making Rife an advocate of the viral theory of cancer).

Well, we we know, the medical professional community stormed in, shut Rife down, confiscated (and some claim, destroyed) his microscope, which incidentally, Rife claimed had to be "tuned" in order to see the viruses.

Now, decades later, scientists have opened up the possibility of doing precisely what Rife claimed, namely, through this nano-sonic process, of being able to view extremely small particles, and eventually, one can imagine, viruses in their living state....


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. James on January 18, 2012 at 5:52 am

    If we eliminate the powers that be monopoly in medicine in this country. The very next day! We will have cheap affordable treatments and cures for all diseases. When people like Mr Rife and other alternative health practioners Max Gerson, Dr.Johanna Budwig, Dr. Heulda Reiger Clark information begins to come to light so they can be further studied. We have had a hundred years of wasted billions of dollars and how many cures? How much suppression? Maybe its is time to examine other possibilities, alternative methods and put needed monies where they best serve the public needs?

    Anybody have any old age cardiovascular related problems? Check this out for yourself (proargi-9+) there are several similar products do your own research you may save yourself or a loved one! But you will probably piss off the powers that be simply by doing your own research on the web while you still can.

    They want us all with our blinders on and following only their own draconian methods and treatments and brain washing of symptoms and never cured and or always sick and tired. And it is not hard to find the money trail when it is all around you and your standing right in the middle of it.

  2. paul degagne on January 17, 2012 at 10:42 am

    This aint all bad —

    I was just waiting for the weather to come on the local news channel this morning when a human interest story was shown.

    About a guy who had LOST HIS FACE IN A FIRE OR SOMETHING.

    He was ecstatic for he felt (sic) A SENSATION IN HIS LIPS FOR THE FIRST TIME.

    Simple Marvelous!

    His new face didn’t look all that bad considering the before-PICTURE of a blob of skin where a FACE IS SURPOSED TO BE? (he can go on to lead a somewhat normal life and will not have to HIDE IN THE ATTIC like they did in the old days!)

    i FELT good for the guy for he had his wife and young daughter next to him.

    It reminded me of this “so cute little-girl about 4 yrs. old who ran up to us ‘lifted her dress up high to show us — ‘LOOK AT MY SCARS!”

    She proudly and happily did this. What a wonder how small children can be so resilient! ( At the time I was wondering if my own 5yr. old daughter would LIVE OR DIE without a LIVER TRANSPLANT! (good news she got two-in-a-row and that was in 1985! Her stomach area looks a bit like crater marks on the moon too!)

    I think that face-transplant guy was lucky for it’s a fairly new TECHNOLOGY and the surgeons and researchers put their all into it and forget about the money or cost in situations like that. ( the patent is a sort of gunnia pig but ask him — IF HE MINDS?

  3. paul degagne on January 17, 2012 at 2:58 am

    There once was this woman who was eating a bowl of soup when her artificial eye fell in it without her noticing. (It was probably a very thick soup so she ate the ‘eye’ along with the carrots and beef.)

    A few hours later she started to have such pains that she went to the resident proctologist at her local hospital to see what’s the matter?

    The Proctologist examined her very closely. It was only when he completed the examine that he responded to the woman’s worries with these words:

    “Lady, I looked at a lot of assholes in my day but this is the first time ONE LOOKED BACK AT ME!”

  4. Dr. Scott D. de Hart on January 16, 2012 at 8:06 pm

    We are moving at a frightening speed towards a future which is less and less “human” and more and more freakish. I recall this very conversation about ethics, science, and religion nearly 20 years ago Joseph and at that time we said that it needs to be addressed. Apocalypse Theater Volume 1 deals with some psychological issues behind this problem and another book later in the year touches on more of this problem from the science, religion, and literature angle – with altar/alchemy agendas, looks like the times catch up with us faster than our thoughts can be written now. This is disturbing. Thanks for the article. Much to discuss and research.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 17, 2012 at 10:33 am

      As always my friend, conversations with you are enlightening and stimulating… and you’re right, we can hardly keep up with things any more, we can’t right fast enough, technology and paranoia outrun us all.

  5. Ramura on January 14, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    This is not DIRECTLY related to the topic, but I am reminded of a youtube I watched recently that blew my mind. It claims to overlay one track of crickets singing over another; one is at the speed we hear it and the other has been slowed down to create a 1-to-1 relationship as if the cricket lived as long as the average human.

    It sounds like an angel choir! How many other “sounds” of nature are we humans missing with our range of hearing so limited within our own band of frequency. That made me think of the “song of the planets” — those youtubes that capture the “sound” of planets through space.

    The whole thing is connected to frequency of vibration/sound, I suspect (“The Word!”)….but check out this youtube. It made a believer out of me that there IS order in the Universe, and good harmony, to boot!

    Choir of the Crickets:

  6. Paul T. on January 14, 2012 at 6:02 pm

    But with a little more ‘tuning’, could this technology be made to kill human tissue? Either as a soft kill weapon or as something that could kill lots of people in a given sound area?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 14, 2012 at 6:08 pm

      Yes of course.

      • HAL838 on January 15, 2012 at 8:00 am

        Anyone care to blow up a planet?

        You went over this yourself in the
        “Giza Death Star” trilogy
        and I can sum it up in one word:

        Another [sic] book.
        “The Resonance Key” I think.
        It doesn’t talk about blowing up planets,
        but you can get the idea.

        By Marie Jones [hmm]
        Be careful.
        Some of her other books are full of…
        [well, you know.]

  7. marshalgeese on January 14, 2012 at 11:40 am

    Horton hears a who’s on first?

  8. Lindey on January 14, 2012 at 11:04 am

    “he could literally vibrate the virus to death, without harming surrounding tissue”

    Could this be somehow analogous to the “dustification” of matter at the world trade center incident? Are both of these instances of some type of directed energy?

    • Jay on January 14, 2012 at 5:54 pm

      Atoms are a bit smaller than viruses. And it’s very likely the WTC’s matter was disrupted. So not real likely that it’s near the same tech, though maybe the same medium.

      Also today, early 2012, one can buy a mircoscope probably better than Rife’s, all you need is few hundred thousand bucks?

      And yes the maker definitely references Rife in the very interesting promotional videos. And the maker has proof for his claims that you can check against SEMs.

  9. paul degagne on January 14, 2012 at 10:45 am

    Isn’t it amazing – being able to listen in on the gossip between bacteria and viruses. Must be like listening to the silence on the MOON or MARS?

    REAL SPOOKY!!!!!!!!!

    I am not surprised to hear Dr. Rife got shut down. It would have put a lot of GRAVY(death) TRAIN RIDERS out of business! Notice I didn’t say PERMANENT BUSINESS because who knows? Maybe Cancer cells in minute quantities are beneficial to humans? Maybe if Dr. Rife could destroy every single cancer cell and save HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of lives some other micro-organisms move into the vacant neighborhood and these we cant stop! (I can IMAGINE I have the big terminal C? I would say to the research scientist “I DON’T GIVE A HORTON’s (that’s a funny one) HOOT —I WANT TO LIVE —so HURRY UP DOCTOR!

    The implications of a SHUT-DOWN are horrrible — (another holocaust nobody wants to speak of)

    I am not surprised for I read Robert A. Wilson’s book ‘THE NEW INQUISITION’ but haven’t yet got to his ‘William Reich in Hell!” i do like the title of chapter eighter in the new inquisition? It is “Creative Agnosticism (subtitled – with further commentary — or the human brain and how to use it.)

    This made me laugh. I am sometimes like a character in Ozz-Land but unlike that one I say to myself —“IF I ONLY KNEW HOW TO USE ONE OR IT (brain)

    I wrote that last sentence because I read Sheldrake and that other scientist called Vallunia or something about MORPHOGENTIC FIELDS and it flew way PAST OR BEYOND MY BRAIN! (too bad!)

    I did come across this by George Steiner in his work ” Language and Silence.” It gives me some explanation of why some things are SO-DIFFICULT. I will share the paragraph and two sentences of the following paragraph with you:

    Page 19 from the chapter called “The Retreat from the World:”

    “Between verbal languages, however remote in setting and habits
    of syntax, there is always the possibility of equivalence, even if actual
    translation can only attain rough and approximate results. The Chi-
    nese ideogram can be transposed into English by paraphrase or
    lexical definition. But their are no dictionaries to relate the vocabu-
    lary and grammar of higher mathematics to those of verbal speech.
    One cannot “translate” the conventions and notations governing the
    operations of Lie groups or the properties of n-dimensional manifolds
    into any words or grammar outside mathematics. One cannot even
    paraphrase. A paraphrase of a good poem may turn out to be bad
    prose; but there is a discernible continuity between shadow and
    substance. The paraphrase of a complex theorem in topology can only
    be a grossly inadequate approximation or a transposal into another
    branch or ‘dialect” of the particular mathematical language. Many
    of the spaces, relations, and events that advance mathematics deals
    with have no necessary correlation with sense-data; they are “reali-
    ties” occurring within closed axiomatic systems. You can speak about
    them meaningfully and normatively only in speech of mathemat-
    ics. And that speech, beyond a fairly rudimentary plane, is not and
    cannot be verbal. I have watched topologists, knowing no syllable of
    each other’s language, working effectively together at a blackboard in
    the silent speech common to their craft.

    This is a fact of tremendous implication. It has divided the
    experience and perception of reality into separate domains.


  10. HAL838 on January 14, 2012 at 7:56 am

    Nor so far fetched.
    The right frequency can cure anything
    can kill anything.

    • James on January 21, 2012 at 8:35 pm


      Sherry Edwards and her bioacoustics research has proven that!

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