Joseph comments on this article outlining Pope Benedict XVI's recent encyclical,Caritas in Veritate:

Sowing the Seeds of Global Government: The Vatican’s Quest for a World Political Authority


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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. Mary Pishney on July 25, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Amazing, truly scary news! Doubtless the press will never inform anyone of this potential power grab that the Pope and his elite (including the Masonic cabal that has links to murders, including a Pope, financial head of the Vatican bank, etc.) are pressing forward. Not being a Catholic, I’ve always been concerned about how the press grovels, and assents to the Papacy as an international power player. I’ve read some of Malachi Martin’s books and found him to be a fascinating source about what cabals and plans the Vatican is plotting. Your books delineate the tentacles of the one world government system and the groups that hold the power to bring that universal 1984 to fruition…the Vatican is one of major chess pieces in that drive. Thanks so much for enlightening me to what is being quietly formulated. The present Pope looks the part! Could be the genesis for a new tome from you…:)

  2. wdon on July 23, 2012 at 9:06 am

    Doc, what Facebook account did you announce you’d finished BB2? Giza Death Start is the only account I know about and I don’t see it there.

  3. MQ on July 21, 2012 at 9:44 am

    Anecdotal item: when the Euro was coming out, the population in Portugal was not warming to it. The local Catholic priests were the ones encouraging people to use the money, that it was OK. Some folks would never trust the words of a politician, but they might never question their priest.
    Further, imagine the RC church as an organization. There are hundreds of thousands within the structure, plus over 1 billion adherents. This is a big force. Ya think someone’s going to do battle for JPMorgan ‘cos they have an account there?

  4. Greg on July 21, 2012 at 12:26 am

    Of course the Russian Orthodox Church made moral compromises with Stalin and continues in this vein, albeit much more actively, as it has actively become an arm of political oppression in Russia:

  5. HAL838 on July 20, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    The Vatican, the Nazis and the Rothschild bankster jews,
    an unlikely convergence, don’t you know?
    Wouldn’t you think?
    But there it is.
    THE Unholy Trinity.

  6. bdw on July 20, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    Oh man, we have to wait a whole year or more to get that new book?????? 🙁

    Anyone remember the old “Lost in Space” TV show? Mr. Smith used to say “oh the pain, the pain . . . . .”

    Hey Joseph: I know I tend to repeat my suggestions, but as regards Christianity, I really recommend the book CAESAR’S MESSIAH by Joseph Atwill (second edition). I would be glad to send you a copy. It is a real game-changer (in the study of Christianity, of nothing else). If anyone you trust ever gives this book a good review, please check it out. Trust me, you will be fascinated. The true origins of Christianity don’t really affect your work one way or the other, and yet, you will look at things like “the Catholic Church” very, very diffferently.

    • HAL838 on July 20, 2012 at 10:39 pm

      Trust no one Joseph, not even me 🙁
      You can think for yourself.
      In spite of Oxford, you are that smart 🙂

    • Don B on July 21, 2012 at 11:50 am

      bdw – I’d also recommend “The New Testament Code” by Professor Robert Eisenman if you can wade through the complicated, ponderous sentence structure.That’s not a criticism of the professor by any means. His footnotes are voluminous. He spends a lot of time establishing meticulously the date of the Dead Sea Scrolls and attempts to identify “The Teacher of Righteousness”, mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls, who he believes was James the brother of Jesus. In fact this book is a expansion on his book called “James The Brother of Jesus”. He identifies several personalities that, taken together could have been a composite of Jesus.


      • bdw on July 21, 2012 at 7:56 pm

        I am familiar with Robert Eisenman, and have read his JAMES THE BROTHER OF JESUS book, and like many people, find his work very valuable.

        And guess what??? Joseph Atwill used to work with Eisenman in some capacity. Eisenman has a blurb on the cover of CAESAR’S MESSIAH, which goes something like ” . . if Atwill is right, we are looking into the abyss . . .”
        Atwill said that it wasn’t until he read JAMES THE BROTHER OF JESUS that he figured out what he shows in CAESAR’S MESSIAH.

        As far as I know (which is not that very far), Eisenman and Atwill are still on friendly terms. Eisenman (and Atwill, of course) is part of a small group NT scholars who look at “the Roman origins of Christianity” (the Romans actually CREATED Christianity). As odd as it may seem, the arguments are powerful. Anyone interested should also look up Cliff Carrrington’s website: some amazing thinking on the “Roman” angle.

        All I can say is that it is my opinion (I repeat, my “opinion”) that CAESAR’S MESSIAH is an important part of the puzzle of human society. I have read a lot of New Testament books over the years, and this book is the one that appears to be the one that has finally cracked the code. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a fascinating read, especially since we are going to have to wait for more than a year for Farrell’s next book (!)

    • Vinnie on July 21, 2012 at 3:43 pm

      Firstly, I haven’t read the book you mentioned, but I did find this interesting review of the book that goes on to debunk the authors thesis. You might like to look it over.

      • bdw on July 21, 2012 at 7:46 pm

        I read Robert M. Price’s review years ago. Despite really, really liking RMP’s books, he is a great writer, this review is without any substance at all. It all boils down to saying “I just don’t think that it can be . . . ”

        I was truly amazed at how he presented zero substantial arguments. IIRC, there were several non sequiturs, and what really was amazing was how he refused to mention the really significant ideas in CAESAR’S MESSIAH, as if he just didn’t want anyone to even hear them.

        In fact, when I saw that someone like RMP would write a review that would get an “F” in a high school English class, that’s when I started to think that Atwill was really onto something.

        Anyway, for those interested in Christian origins, I cannot recommend Atwill’s CAESAR’S MESSIAH enough. That’s coming form someone who adore’s Farrell’s books.

  7. sk on July 20, 2012 at 5:01 pm

    Sounds like a lot of teeth aimed directly at white children.

  8. Ramura on July 20, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    I found this blog fascinating as I recently read Malachi Martin’s “Vatican,” in which he outlines quite magnificently over the timeframe of five popes (1939/Pope Pius IX through the death of Pope John Paul II/year? — just a few years ago).

    Martin goes into quite a bit of detail about the Vatican’s geopolitical struggle with the Russians/communists, and hints at a “Universal Assembly” that would be at the highest level of the pyramid, in terms of factions.

    With that background recently in mind, JPF’s comments really made a lot of sense. One can see how the Vatican has been moving toward their own version of NWO for decades now, if not centuries.

  9. Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2012 at 10:00 am

    Starting off with “The Charity of Truth”, a 1984 Double Think term like: Patriot Act, Peace Keeping Troops, fight for peace, screwing for virginity, Dept. of Defense(office of war) – the exact opposite of what the thing really is or does = “Double Think”.
    Today’s world is in a 1984 double think grip. There is a deep conviction that people & places thrive when we honor what belongs to everyone: the commons. Gifts of nature – such as fresh water, wilderness. and the airwaves – or products of social ingenuity, like the internet, parks, artistic traditions, or public health services.
    Bur roday much of our common wealth is under threat from those hungery to ruin it or take it over for selfish reasons.
    The “real teeth’ they want reminds me of the fairy tale where the wolf replies in a “charity of truth”, “All the better to eat you with!”

  10. Hammer on July 20, 2012 at 4:06 am

    Well Joseph, you pose some very good questions. Germany, for example, has the oldest health care system in the world. It is basically catholic inspired. Caritas is everywhere here. It does beat the hell out of “Obamacare”. On the other hand, have you seen film footage of catholic nuns leading women and children into the concentration camps during the nazi regime? That gives one something to ponder.

  11. Greg on July 19, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    The Vatican has been a thorn in the side of the global policies of the global elites (take population control as one example)–and the global elites would just as soon be rid of it. This something made quite clear in Malachi Martins works. It sees itself, quite correctly as a moral authority–made clear in section 9 of Caritas in Veritate:

    “The Church does not have technical solutions to offer–and does not claim “to interfere in any way in the politics of States.” She does however, have a mission of truth to accomplish, in every time and circumstance…”

  12. legioXIV on July 19, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    Very interesting news and views today Dr Farrell, it leaves one with a lot to think about.

    Listening to it for the first time for some strange reason I was reminded of the old days in the schoolyard when the kids picked teams for football or such. The Vatican in this case reminds of the kid that no-one liked and always picked last who yet assiduously asserts “pick me, pick me”.

    The second time listening to it and in particular your speculations about the Vatican’s motives had me thinking. Religion, or should I say worship of a book, has always played an important element in the control of mankind. So including the Vatican in a major role in the one world government makes a lot of sense for TPTB. The Vatican in particular because it is already set up and has in the past played this role.

    There are somethings that I am curious about in this scenario. The Roman Catholic Church has as one of its major power bases Latin and South America. I can think of another organisation that has or had its power base in the same locale. If the Vatican is indeed being vetted to fulfill a greater role in the NWO, could this “co-incidence” be related in some way? By getting the Vatican involved or forming a stronger alliance with the Vatican, could the Anglo-American elites be also taking aim at the “Nazi International” by eroding its power base as a by product?

    The Nazi/Vatican connection has always been a bit of a conundrum for me. On one hand you have the two being Intrinsically Ideologically opposed, atheism/paganism as opposed to Roman Catholicism. On the other hand the two are financially tied through the post WWII shenanigans. Perhaps this could be a further cementing of the alliance between the three. Or perhaps I am just reading to much into it haha.

    The Russian/Eastern Orthodoxy aspect was also interesting as the West is currently seemed intent of vilifying the Russians. This reminds me of the Fourth Crusade when Roman Catholic crusaders destroyed a truly magnificent “fellow christian” civilisation. Yes I know the crusade was more to fulfill the insidious desires of Doge Dandolo and that Byzantium existed for another 250 years but it never recovered from that disgraceful action. However this does remind me of an era of religious crusades, however tenuous, and all that implies.

    Enough of my speculation.
    Have a great day all.

    • HAL838 on July 21, 2012 at 10:54 am

      Why does everything have to be Great these days?
      I’ve run out of superlatives and I’ll take ‘good’ or
      even just fairly decent

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