Joseph's first video blog on the historical context and matrix behind the formation of such agencies as DARPA.

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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. Charles Frith on April 3, 2012 at 7:31 pm

    How do I spell Kommerstad (the Nazi agency)?

  2. marina pratt on April 2, 2012 at 6:36 pm

    Thank you for the video blog!!! I really learned something by listening rather than reading…I got to this late–I am tired. I have been reading a good deal of the day. I did not have a clue as to exactly what DARPA was/is…NOW I DO. I could close my eyes and put it together with the other data I have accumulated in my hunt through some of the most incredible and astounding information I ever thought existed and found a very important dot…

    Your voice was pleasant to listen to, Your demeanor is easy to watch. Your use of language is easy to follow. It is late and you made my day. I will be looking for more…THANKS AGAIN, Sincerely, marina 9:34pm-est-4/2/12 -usa

    Oh, and I am thrilled with you new comment system as well…how simple is this! Thanks for changing.

  3. HAL838 on April 2, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Hi Paul,
    You can only write on one piece of paper at a time.
    Should you purchase only one piece of paper at a time ?

    Whether Conscious Flux or Darwinian
    [let’s throw the scrabble letters into the wind and see
    what words blow out] evolution, so-called “junk DNA”
    is good planning just like you buying a stack of writing paper
    to be scripted upon later.

    Joseph, I can’t read ahead when you video.
    I like it, though, because I use my eyes too much
    and listening is more relaxing.

  4. Christian de Coninck Lucas on April 2, 2012 at 7:49 am

    Very intresting. Along the line of my own interests ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jon Norris on April 1, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    Liked the video blog. I think it is great that you are doing more of them.

    If it is easier than writing, by all means take some of the load off your shoulders and video blog instead.

    There is a certain increase in comprehension by hearing you deliver the material, given that only 4 percent of the information is actually contained in the words themselves – all the rest is in tone of voice and body language.

  6. bdw on April 1, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    Looking at the “history” of DARPA is a brilliant idea.

    “Looking at the history” seems to be where we will find our answers. That is the strong point of all your books: focusing on “the history” (that is not in the textbooks). What most people call history is just the propaganda. The :REAL history is what is fascinating. The key of course is what do you focus on? The propaganda, or what is not fed to the public? Even about some boring government agency like DARPA.

    I never realized the importance of the idea of “the history,” until I heard a comment by David Harriman (the anti-quantum and anti-relativity physicist) when he said something like (vague paraphrase from memory here) “if you want to understand the absurdity of 20th century physics, go back and read the HISTORY of quantum mechanics.” This was at the end of his 5 hours of lectures called “The Philosophic Corruption of Physics” (which I highly recommend to anyone) where he had just given a brief outline of the history. And then I realized the importance of “the history” (of whatever subject you are looking at).

    This focus on “the history” of DARPA looks to be fascinating. But this really needs to be in one of your books ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    Fighting fire with fire.
    An open frame work that cross-pollinates with other disciplines germinated with a base operating theatre, in the Himmler/Peter Dale Scott ‘Deep Parapolitical Parameter’ sense, whose mission theme ‘weaponization’.
    With this overall ‘open scenario’ one gave ‘assume’ certain ‘givens’ to achieve possible structures from which to evaluate/fund possible “searches”.

    Given that sometime in the ‘ancient past’ a genetic manipulation took place.
    Given that there is a biological/quantum Matryoshla doll syndrome.
    Then it follows that the entity, possesed this knowlege/capability of genetic manipulation, was itself have been ‘genetically altered’.

    Now, lets suppose, for the sake of this thought experiment, that time is a physical dimension, as evidenced by the ancient architecture and other evidence uncovered by Dr. Farrell, that significantly implies this physical dimentional aspect to time. Now suppose that the DNA used in ‘manipulations’ has a time function as well. Then further suppose it has weaponized aspects in a ‘ontogenical paradigmn’ time frame.
    Thus we have a weaponized seed that, over time, will produce ‘weapons’.

    If, said species then becomes ‘aware’, can ‘it’, ‘unravel’, this ‘time bomb’?

  8. Tor on April 1, 2012 at 9:53 am

    So it looks to me like itโ€™s going to be a series on DARPA Nazis, or at least something leading to the conclusion that DARPA has been taken over by Nazis. I think DARPA Nephilim would be a whole lot more interesting though. It could be tied in with this counseling service that Evangelicals have for people who are abducted by Nephilim, and subjected to SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse). One could even go with a combo, i.e. Nazi Nephilim. Something like, โ€œDARPA Nazi Nephilims, abduct people, take them to Argentina, and then sacrifice them to invoke Lucifer, who provides them with information on how to build super weapons.โ€ Iโ€™m sure whatever you come up with though, it should be interesting.

  9. willem on April 1, 2012 at 6:49 am

    joseph, you already know this stuff of course…

    • paul degagne on April 1, 2012 at 10:59 am

      Interesting concept of DARPA? Practicing a sort of interdisciplinary studies of all the science-brains. (I wish the hard sciences and the Life Sciences folks try it (get along better with each other) — try a little harder or in ways which result in something significant. I cant help thinking they have in DARPA. Ways which aren’t open to benefit the Public or its Citizens. DARPA can be a form of A trigger to the Imagination for who has TOP SECRET CLEARANCES to actually review documents. I don’t think you do and as for me they probably wouldn’t allow me to empty their trash barrels! So step by tiny ‘baby step” as Bill Murry gave a good portrayal of the Process in his movie called “What about Bob” we fill the ‘crossword puzzle.”

      So how does one find out things? (I know you have your own methods but I like to “reiterate’ simple things over an over for I am slow to learn or catch on. This not always a liability?

      Loose lips help — also minds that can piece odd or recognize out of place information, logic or reasoning. It’s really very basic ( I tell the common folk = us) The kinds of skills Edgar Allen Poe used in writing his horror stories. (incidently Poe and DARPA have much in common == horrible endings, well — at least for Poe. You just wait and see for DARPA?.)

      People in casual conversation have a tendency to laugh at this last statement but they stop laughing when one shows them all the information available simply from just looking at their person ((((((never mind the kinds of specialized digging you and others like youdo))))) – OBSERVING THEIR SIMPLE SURROUNDINGs, etc.

      You Farrel dig into the dusty, hard to reach or expensive Tomes (about the same thing) but I notice your not ignoring What’s in Our Face out in the Public?

      I digressed here<

      This Interdisciplinary approach reminds me of what how some Academics use to talk about Post-Modernism when it was gaining strength. I remember one quote where someone said, "The Walls of Each Discipline on Campus will fall down. (if not fall down intermingle with the departments next door. It does but the pace is glacial!)

      it's happening —causing much confusion almost everywhere you go.

      In the late 70's an interesting titled book called "Reinventing Anthropology" came. It's main focus wasn't MERGING FIELDS OF INTEREST TOGETHER but more like DECOLONIZING ANTHROPOLOGY. (something unexpected happened along the way?)

      I like the question put in the book mentioned (an Anthology) by one of its Authors. If Anthropology falls apart: 1.) Should we even try and save it? 2.) If so how and what would it look like? ( Should we just forget Anthropology — an continue on with our business? ( I think this is the last thing some VESTED INTERESTS don't want to hear. It's talk like that which will land us back in the 'lines" away from all those 'privileges."

      Evidently Anthro Departments are still around but the students are scarce.

      What were the main departments of Anthro- 1.) Physical —DNA studies or the Biological Field did a number on them ( stole their paying customers ) @.) Social/Cultural Anthro — An entirely new field "Cultural Studies" put an axe to that monopoly. 3.) Look at Archaeology nowadays ( even psychologists are getting into the 3 ring circus act what with all this COGNITIVE ARCHAEOLOGY balony.) An Archaeologist needs what —10 difference discipline branches just to dig a hole properly! (stretched so thin one often says "Where's the Archaeology" as we once remembered it? 3.) Anthropological Linguistics — Nah! — with Semiology and Linguistics doing most of the work — the Anthro-Linguist is playing follow the leader? 4.) Even in the field of Ethno-Methodology, once an exclusively Anthro field has taken much heat.

      I watched some Noted Professor on U-tube ( by right an excellent one, I wont mention names) — Proclaiming that ETHNOGRAPHY IS NOT ANTHROPOLOGY! ( what kind of deal is this??????)

      If he wasn't so worried about 'trends" why in the world is he up there in front of the Royal Science Academy DEFENDING? Why does he write a few books about walking a line and perceiving the surrounding such as a part of a City? This sounds more like the Literature of the Flaneur than Anthro? ( I guess he aint taking any chances by hedging with a little bet to the side?

      ( I will leave you to decide how BOUNDARIES ARE MELTING )

      As for your books? I only read four but with divided and specific interests? It is my right to do so! I am not much interested in a gang of criminals whether they wear nazi crosses or a christian cross. Doesn't really matter what they wear. Who is DOING US IN? ( I Like to know so I can kiss them for … when I am being screwed! Please forgive me for that one on the FLIP-SIDE!)

      So do your Work and it will pay off! ( think long run when you can walk too well and your fingers aren't so nimble. Culture will do you justice then even if your not making much CASH now!

      I can concentrate on the LITE IMAGINATIVE STUFF OR FLUFF AS SOME MAY CALL IT? ( maybe even give one a strange inspiration now and then? That would be nice?)

      With all this IMFORMATION deliberately dumped on us daily it helps to know our way around A DUMP, ha, ha!

      I like digging into DUMPS for it is amazing what one can find there! (This idea of JUNK DNA? i once was standing in the unemployment line and there was this poster hung up behind this person's work-station showing a child drawn in charcoal leaning on an elbow with one hand beneath his chin and the caption or phrase written beheath — God doesn't make Junk))

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