Well in the ongoing march toward ever greater regress and repression, one of the Three Great Yahwisms (you can guess which one) is calling for the demolition of Egypt's pyramids, since, after all, they're monuments to paganism(and thanks to ML for sending me this one):

Calls to Destroy Egypt's Great Pyramids Begin

The act is, of course, ironically symbolic, in that one of the cradles of our civilization should have given rise to a religious philosophy millennia ago that sought to do nothing but demonize it, and, apparently, is announcing, through one of its descendents, to finish the job.(Just wait for the calls to demolish the various temples, such as, for example, the splendid edifice at Luxor).

But I think, on this one, we can all relax - maybe just a bit - because I doubt very much that in this case that it will happen...there is too much to be learned yet in Egypt, and I doubt very much that TPTB will allow that opportunity to be destroyed by people even more nutty than they.

See you on the flip side.

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. HAL838 on September 8, 2012 at 10:46 am

  2. Dan on September 4, 2012 at 4:31 am

  3. Daniel Jones on July 11, 2012 at 11:15 am

    This would extremely tragic, but one of the doubts I have about whether it can be seen through is,

    Can it be demolished and at what economic means can it be done? Burning the Alexandrian library was one thing at the hands of Caesar and later Christianity, but taking down the Pyramids is quite another.

  4. Jedi on July 11, 2012 at 10:23 am

    this may have an ironic ending

  5. Enlil's a Dog on July 11, 2012 at 6:30 am

    Not everything that happens in this world is borne out of secret discussions in the City of London!!

    The people that perpetrate and carry out these vile acts against culture and their fellow man are nothing but abominations of humanity, and need to be dealt with –

    one way or the other!!

  6. Jay on July 11, 2012 at 5:14 am

    This is nothing new, I first read of these calls for ancient Egyptian cultural destruction in the book “By Way of Deception”, hum.

    And of course Daniel Pipes would blather on about about this. Seeing him quoted makes one think the threat is made up.

    Not like other religions and cultures haven’t destroy the temples and holy books of invaded cultures, and yes Islam invaded north Africa. What did the the Jesuits do to Mayan books again?

    Ironic to see appeals to the less craziness of of TPTB.

    • marina pratt on July 11, 2012 at 9:22 am

      @JAY-.-BOOKS ARE EASY–THIS IS A PILE OF STONES NO ONE CAN FIURE OUT HOW THEY GOT THERE…THE NATIVES DARN SURE DID NOT PUT THEM THERE–this dispite the ledgends abounding. And, there are lots of them..big – real big..I don’t think this begins to compare to the ease to which a fire can be started on a pile of books…They still burn witches..don’t they? but try and burn these…Marina

      • Jay on July 12, 2012 at 6:43 am


        How profound you’ve trivialized books, in other words the kind of thing that would hold the information to build such things as the pyramids. In fact it’s very easy to point out that clear information, motivation, and the organization to build such things are much harder to come by than the actual thing.

        The Romans sure destroyed (and coopted) a lot of temples through out Europe and the Mediterranean–including the Druid library near modern Paris. Go look at the platform the temple of Baal in the Lebanon’s Beqaa (Bekaa) valley is built upon.

        Unlike the Romans the Jesuits didn’t have the man power for mass temple destruction in South and Central America. Plenty of smaller mounds certainly have been destroyed in North America and then the’s all the ancient stone structure destruction in places like New England and the Hudson Valley.

        • marina pratt on July 12, 2012 at 7:56 am

          @JAY-I do not trivilize books! Rather, I point out that books are easily disposed of because they burn. If you will recall just recently, the burning of the Koran in Afganistan and I believe there was a burning here [US] as well. How easy to use paper and the words on it as a martyr for radicalized belief systems that do not allow any opinion but their own! How small a pin hole those who burn books are seeing through.

          Books have been my life since I was able to make sense of the words printed on them. I am a theater person..Books are sacred..they are the window into the process of creating moving human mirrors on both stage and screen. I have since childhood morned the loss of the Alexandria Library but for some reason misunderstood why it was burned…It was radicalized Muslim armies who burned it…Seems, no offense intended, the radicalization of belief systems built on fear and superstition are the worst enemy of the written world.

          It was not that long ago a very sacred monument in Afganistan was destroyed by such as these…It was the giant Budda stone statues –Remember those? Remember the manical laughter and glee of those who destroyed them? It echos still in my soul as if somehow, in closing a doorway to some mysterious place these puppets of hive control feared and hated most, they were winning a war against a greater GOD than their own.

          That alone should have been fair warning. “There is a virus about, not of human origin.” I thought on that day that I heard this horrific news. And now we see it clearly…

          It falls to us then, those who revere [sp?] Earths history, both organic and non-organic, no matter how ancient and mysterious, to protect and bring unforgiving force against those who seek to hold us in the darkness they envision as our shared future..Nameste’ Marina – 10:55am – edt – 7/12/12 -USA

          • Jay on July 12, 2012 at 8:11 am


            You seem to have a particular thing against temple destruction done in the name if Islam, when there are other examples–an US tank depot on ancient ruins in Iraq for one.

            Something like twenty years ago: David Hatcher Childress summarized the idea that those giant Buddas in Afghanistan were in fact far more ancient than supposed and had been modified with plaster and cement to now represent budda. Too bad complete destruction by extremists has prevented testing such an idea with xrays. But wouldn’t such hypothetical modification be a kind of temple destruction practiced the world over?

          • marina pratt on July 12, 2012 at 5:01 pm

            @->jay -> NO! I do not have any bias against Islam at all…on the other hand, it is important to note that the examples I sighted were done in the name of Islam over a very long period of time…I sighted the ‘radicalization of Islam” – Not Islam itself.

            I did not bring in the other incidents of desasterous destruction of artifacts because, quite frankly the list is mind bog-ga-ling..In the name of war–world war 1 and world war 2 would be the best examples…The Germans, the British and the Americans made waste of treasures of history all across the field of battle. The destruction of Dresden not the least of these…I would be the last to say that any were blameless here. This is a never ending story.

            Islam extreemists however are the issue of the moment because this guy who just got the power to stand up in front of the latest body refered to as government in Egypt, announced he wanted to destroy the pyramids. That being the focus of this discussion does not in any way negate the world wide history of destruction of historical treasure.

            I personally was breathless and sad in response to the attack on Iraq during the beginning of that war. Iraq holds ancient secrets and treasure that may well trace the uptick in human civilization in the form of Sumerian tablets and the like. They were supposedly pillaged by the population–I am suspicious. The Bagdad/Iraq National zoo was a horrific thing to see..The caretakers there, Muslims for sure, were astounded with the losses and inability to protect and care for the was I…

            I do thank you for your information on the re-plastering of the Afgan Buddas. I did not have that information although I did see a very touching interview with the sole caretaker of these monuments…He was determined to save what he could as he openly wept at the damage done…He too was a Muslim.

            This is not about religion Jay..this is about testestrone driven power and the destruction it brings…It is as if these men –and it is all men in this situation – are driven beyond their own ability to recognize what they are doing. These men are in the small minority – juggling with the use of graft and intentional usurption, the tools of power outside of the will of the people. The protests of the population speak to this recognition. Nameste’, Marina – 8:00pm -edt – 7/12/12 -USA

          • Jay on July 13, 2012 at 7:53 am


            But unfortunately the fact that Islamic extremists call for destruction of the pyramids is not new.

            I first read of such extremist views held by fundamentalist jews and muslims in “By Way of Deception”.

            More recently, an article in Atlantis Rising by Robert Schoch quoted some “educated” muslim man in Egypt advocating the same thing. Schoch was appalled.

          • marina pratt on July 13, 2012 at 12:51 pm

            –>Jay -> Lets’ have a bit of fun here–I am quite sure that this whole noisy silliness is motivated to get attention…”See how powerful I am! Be afraid! ” This calls to mind the 3 year old tantrum behavior.” If I shout long enough and loud enough, I will get my way–be afraid or I will start screaming”. In this case the three year old has a rifle with a heliocopter attached…

            So, lets do this. Let us pretend that the entire fundamentalist modis-operandi [sp] , across the board, no matter what religion or belief system, is in realiety, the result of extra-terrestrial brain programing. Let us hypothisis that ET races are represented on our planet in all their many forms appearing as cultural and racial differances. From that leap into the exo-possibilities, let us observe that the pyraminds were built by a spacific race of ET. [I hinted at this in my original post.]

            Let us further suppose that a different race of ET is in competition with the race that built these pyramids–everywhere. They appear on every continant on the planet. What then? Suppose, as the differences between these races become increasingly hostile, for reasons only they know, they develop a way of bringing war among the different human races as they take notes in their observational platform. Call it multi-dimensional chess.

            It is known that objects or ‘implants’ have been found and annalysed which indicate they are technology we simply do not have with materials we are only now discovering as the result of retrieving these implants.. Who is to say these implants don’t superceed human brain function allowing ET to have ‘programing’ ability.

            Actually, I am being somewhat serious here, simplistic but serious. What a better way to influence the wide variety of humans we find on this planet. When looking at fundamentalism of any kind, the patterns are very much the same. Most of the time, on a micro level, it has to do with shouting insults at one another over a wall–a border–a matrix of laws..but there comes a time in every fundamentalists’ life when they are complelled to destroy the icons of ‘the other guys.’ It just so happens that the middle east is an arena where violent out breaks over theoretical and philosophic matters is rather consistant.

            I have been watching these guys since — At 76 years of age, that is a long time. It is not until just recently that I began to see a pattern emerge. So, I am wondering if..without their having a clue, is it possible that these particuliar fundamentalist men might be shouting at the race of ET who was responsible for bringing pyramid technology to planet Earth?

            That is to say, hypothetically of course, this is a space war as opposed to a religious war. Looking at this whole tempest in a tea pot, this takes the drag off of the question, WHY? Nameste’ – Marina -3:41pm – edt – 7/13/12 -USA

  7. Hammer on July 11, 2012 at 4:53 am

    Oh God, oh God, Oh God. Oh God oh God oh God! C`mon God, will ya!!!? What is it with these nuts that we are paying for to conduct so called, “intelligence”, who removed one dicktator just to let another bunch of idiots make things worse? Is Hillary Clinton now a brain surgeon at Johns Hopkins University? Or has Zibigniew Brzezinski just been made director of the new film “Titanic, second generation”? Where is the United Nations on all this? In the meditation room?

  8. marina pratt on July 11, 2012 at 4:47 am

    Oh, I don’t think so! What are they going to do? – Thow words at it? Rocks? Tear it apart with bear handed slave labor? I am sorry –them–the pyrimids..all of them…Drop bombs – maybe? A nuke or two perhaps? These, that have with stood all the challenges the planet can throw at them. Right! And- do you think the ETS who put it there will have that for a minute…? Watch out Egypt..there are big bad aliens just waiting to get you, Oh, and they will. That is war ground you are living on. Huge battles fought from space are seen in residue there.

    And–this is not to say the humans world wide who hold these grand creations in very high regard will not decend –man-woman & child to wipe your face in your words, Ah- the Middle East–so full of chaotic insanity of this nature. I am very suspicious of message implanting here –get folks all riled up–create a war just for the killing…Oh, boy! NAMESTE’ – Marina – 7:45am – edt -7/11/12 -USA

  9. HAL838 on July 11, 2012 at 1:14 am

    I wonder what the real reason is because that’s not it.
    The Muslim Brotherhood is not Muslim either,
    at least not at its core.

    How about the religion in which people are killed/murdered,
    to keep blastosists alive ?

  10. Thomas on July 10, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    In the late 1980’s I read a (Tom Clancy-like) novel about an Islamist take over of Egypt. The new fundamentalist government dismantled the pyramids and built a wall around Egypt. I can’t remember the name though.

  11. Tartarus on July 10, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    The Muslim Brotherhood are a disgrace to the human race. Words can barely describe the immense level of disrespect these people have for history or for anything outside their narrow-minded ideologies.

  12. Vinnie on July 10, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    Or…could this be another attempt to further discredit nd demonize islam in the eyes of the world and prepare another justification for all out war?

    • HPrice on July 10, 2012 at 4:10 pm

      Yep. Sounds like more “these muslims are totally evil and barbaric” sort of stuff to me. The article even mentions Daniel Pipes who is an ardent zionist, anti-islam fanatic/shill for Israel.

      I think looking at what Israel and their friends in the US are up to would be more informative.

      Oh and did you see this recently:

      Talk about bad taste. I think this says more about the people who are destroying this world than those who theoretically might destroy something that has been around for thousands of years like the pyramids at Giza.

      (Oh and Julian Assange will be appearing on the Simpsons at some point. The Simpsons of course aired on Fox. Hmmm … Assange … Fox … hmmm … he must be a straight up guy then …)

      Onwards and upwards …


      • legioXIV on July 10, 2012 at 4:18 pm

        G’day HPrice,
        I have just read that article you have posted and it is so disgusting that I don’t know where to begin. There are some very sick puppies out there to have come up with such a disgraceful concept.

        • HPrice on July 12, 2012 at 3:48 pm

          G’day to you legioXIV

          Yeah its amazing isn’t it? Everyone (admittedly only about 3 people lol) I have showed that to have been floored by it. It is just so … jawdroppingly unbelievable on so many levels. Its quite possibly one of the worst “bad-taste” things I’ve seen … including the Larry David bit where he “accidentally” pees on a portrait of Jesus in his so called comedy programme.

          (I’m not at all religious but things like that Larry David thing … which is not just impolite to or mocking someone else’s religion … but is also in a way hypocritical since if someone did that to a Jewish Menorah or something it would be world war 3 in an instant … it really gets my goat … wahhh)

          Anyway here is something that I came across yesterday from another blog. Maybe that old Holo thing wasn’t as real as its supposed to be …

          [I’m not a denier but things like this really do make you think.

      • wdon on July 11, 2012 at 9:40 am

        Your link to the “Miss Holocaust Survivor Pageant” story is a good example of what Norman Finkelstein wrote about in his book – The Holocaust Industry.

      • Karl on July 13, 2012 at 9:34 am

        Sound like this is coming out of the same kitchen as the ”despicable Huns eating Belgian babies” of WWI and WWII fame. Their deception methods don’t change. Seems to me somebody visualized the concept of not fixing something if it isn’t broken. What strikes me as unbelievably sad is the fact that of lot of today’s taxpayer zombies go for it, hook, line, and sinker. If you are lied to about your history, you will repeat the same mistakes all over again, as we can plainly see.

    • Don B on July 10, 2012 at 4:46 pm

      Ah, I think you may have a point Vinnie. I don’t put anything past these manipulating scum. Anytime I see a crowd or protest(not that I am against the right to protest, but anymore it is being manipulating) my skin starts to crawl abit.


  13. Brandon on July 10, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    Wow. So they want to destroy the most incredible creations in the universe all because a book says to do precisely that. Human beings are a trip.

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