Joseph comments on the New Cuban Missile Crisis as reported here by Alex Jones over at Inforwars, and then comments about an unusual phenomenon in the current cultural transition:

Report: Russia Moves Nuclear Missiles to Cuba \

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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. Michael A Clark on August 22, 2012 at 7:54 am

    Divine Time Measures – my study over 45 + years
    ‘Their Days are Numbered’

    China, N. Korea, USA and Nuclear Weapons
    (Cuba Missiles Crisis plus 50 years = perfected period to Oct16-28 2012)

    China – Communist ?
    Revolution 2012
    1949 Oct 1 (9 x 7 years) Oct 1


    N. Korea invades [Obama warns on Syria]
    S. Korea 2012
    1950 Jun 25 Aug 20

    (the Abyss) (confusion)
    Pres Obama
    2009 Jan 20 N. Korea – leadership need to ?
    save face after failed rocket test 2012
    2012 Apr 12 (130 days) Aug 29


    (desolation) (finality)
    First use of Atomic weapons ? ?
    in anger – US against Japan, 2012 2012
    1945 Aug 6 (9) ( surrender Aug 15) Aug 6 (9) Aug 15 (18)
    (67 years)

    (cleansing/the Abyss/US & Britain trouble) (finality) (perfected)

    USSR First A bomb test
    1949 Aug 29 (9 x 7 years)


    World War I Gulf of Tonkin incident ?
    Britain enters start of Vietnam War 2012
    1914 Aug 4-5 1964 Aug 4 Aug 4-5

    (perfected consummation) (world/government) (government)

    (14 x 7 years)

    (perfected chastisement)

    Barak Obama born (?)
    1961 Aug 4
    (47 years) (3 x 17 years)

    (displacement) (warning/The Elect)

    M A Clark, Apr 13 2012

  2. HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Will all the elite dumb-bells please move to the North Pole
    so we can have that geo pole shift that only the dumbest
    ‘bells’ can envision.

  3. HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    It happens to all ‘defense’ systems.
    “Starwars” is already irrelevent

    • HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 2:32 pm

      never a “theater” defense, but the EM “umbrella”
      that Reagan originally described
      the first reason for HAARP type facilities
      engaged in destroying the world.

  4. HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    Putin is probably as bad a poker player as John Kennedy was
    and for the same reason;
    he doesn’t bluff.
    Both however use(d) their own brains,
    to think, to do,
    to weigh EVERYTHING in the balance.

    radiation is NOT a necessary component or aftermath
    of nuclear weapons.

  5. Jon Norris on August 3, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    The first Cuban missile crisis almost started a nuclear war, and not just because of the blockade. It was just revealed a few years ago that Russia had tactical nukes in position and the operators had instructions to use them if the U.S. tried to invade. If Kennedy had followed the advice of the idiots in the Joint Chiefs and CIA, the entire battle group sent to invade would have been wiped out, WW 3 would have followed, and few, if any, of us would be here today.

    Now, whether the JCs and CIA actually knew about the nukes in Cuba or were just doing their usual blissfully ignorant “we can blow anybody away” arrogant stupidity, we will never know.

    Given the nature of the Bankster playbook, the Russians would be foolish not to have as many aces up their sleeves as possible. We have to remember that they are the best chess players in the world, and our leaders can barely skip rope.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 3, 2012 at 11:49 pm

      Well said Jon, and I agree…the Russians a chess players, very deliberate and patient ones at that, and they probably DO have aces up their sleeve. And the Chinese….well, the adage is, Europeans think in terms of centuries, Americans think in terms of years, or at best, decades, but the Chinese think in terms of millennia. Our oligarchs are dangerous, as you rightly point out, not only because their power and command of technologies have made them so, but also because desperation, arrogance, and psychopathy made them so.

      • HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 2:13 pm

        I loved Khrushchev. I really did.
        He was one of the smartest, uneducated ‘peasants’
        of his [and our] time(s)

  6. Robert Barricklow on August 3, 2012 at 7:50 pm

    Here lies a sleeping giant, let him sleep, for when he wakes up he will shock the world. – Napoleon on China 1803.
    Ironically China is awaking the world to the bad guys: The U.S., Britain, & Israel.

  7. Matthew Petti on August 3, 2012 at 6:04 am

    I agree the US has had a stranglehold on other world systems since the Reagan administration’s SDI implementation.

    But, we cannot forget that America’s policies have always been structured on the foundation of consumerism and it’s capitalist agendas. The global economy hinges upon the engine of American purchasing power.

    The IMF and World Bank are offshoots of a system that has become an almost unstoppable power machine running on its own and fueled by our worldly concerns and the natural tendency of a system to provide its members with
    what is deemed appropriate and satisfactory. The runaway train is at full speed and we are the fuel.

    The “beast”, is nothing more than a reflection of the inherent ignorance of man in the form of an unyielding entity. It will remain this way until the harbinger–a natural and monumental event, recognized by people the world over as a sign of the new apocalypse.

    This event will level the playing field by severely damaging the US dominant miltary advantage. WWIII is the result of America’s adversaries’ attempt to exploit the sudden weakness.

    The aftermath is not what we may believe it to be.

    The controllers of our system have been preparing for the inevitable. The winners are those who can effectively transform the chaos and destruction into what appears to be the ultimate in human arrangements and understanding.

    Beware, for that is just the beginning of the great deception.

    Want to know more?

  8. c-bear on August 2, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    A couple months ago I downloaded a sample of Yahweh The Two-Faced God for my Kindle. Today when I went to order the full version it was unavailable. I immediately ordered it directly from here on paperback. I was, however hoping to get it for my Kindle. Is this an option, and if so how soon?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 2, 2012 at 10:13 pm

      Amazon suspended the kindle because of formatting problems on their end (they cannot handle mathematical symbols) but it is still available on Lulu

      • insane on August 3, 2012 at 4:35 am

        Dr. Farrell,

        would it be possible to republish Yahweh The Two-Faced God on amazon kindle without the mathematical symbols?

  9. marcos anthony toledo on August 2, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    Any idea if saber rattaling Rommney becomes president what can we expect from him I shutter at that thought.

  10. LSM on August 2, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    I have grave problems about who has neuclear superiority- it’s a complete ruse- just read Dr. Judy Wood’s research on 9/11- we don’t need nuclear weapons anymore- whoever is in controll of this planet is light-years ahead of conventional thought and commands particle-beam weapons- banter about the threat of-*neuclear weapons’ in this aspect is about as valid as being bitten by a dinosaur in present times- neuclear technology may still exist but it can’t hold a candle to scaler weaponry

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 2, 2012 at 1:57 pm

      Again, I agree, but you must understand my method of arguing here: I am arguing from the standpoint of conventional analysis.. I too, however, tend to think that directed energy weaponry capabilities now exceed the merely defensive or tactical offensive capabilities, and that they are probably fast approaching becoming the category of strategic offensive weapons if they have not already done so… but that kind of case has to be argued in DETAIL and that requires a Book, not a blog

      • Mike Miller on August 3, 2012 at 1:47 am

        Hello Joseph,

        As I watched your Aug 2nd news presentation I asked myself: does Mr. Farrell know of the perspective of the late William Cooper author of Behold a Pale Horse, specifically to his stating the entire cold war was a stage play. My guess is yes. So Joe do you take this Cuban Missle Crisis seriously? Do you find much validity in Wm Coopers presentationss now seen on utube? I’ve heard several different sources suggest the US and old USSR always, well – post c.1950, had joint cooperative secret space programs. Your thoughts??

        • Joseph P. Farrell on August 3, 2012 at 2:05 pm

          I am aware of Cooper’s views but they were first propounded, in a MUCH more scholarly and thorough fashion, by Anthony Sutton, former fellow of the Hoover Institute. I suspect, quite frankly, that viewing it simplistically as nothing but theater is as equally erroneous as viewing everything simply in terms of geopolitics. Geopolitics ius the most obvious level, as a deeper level, there are areas of cooperation, and at the deepest level, I suspect, and have always suspected, that they have cooperation in space matters, and in fact I wrote about this in SS Brotherhood of the Bell

        • HAL838 on August 4, 2012 at 2:39 pm

          The Cold War was indeed staged, but not for the purposes stated here
          or surmised by Cooper etal……..

          It was to see which form pf government could best control the masses;
          a psuedo democracy or psuedo socialism

      • LSM on August 3, 2012 at 6:30 am

        “but that kind of case has to be argued in DETAIL and that requires a Book, not a blog”-

        I agree totally-

        but that kind of case requires more than an orthographic reference- I’ve come to the conclusion a long time ago that most (“sheeple”) will probably require an electric cattle-prod up the butt to make them finally come to their senses and realize that the most advanced technology out there is NOT the combustible auto engine which requires the myth of a “fossil fuel” (commonly known as oil) to make it function, not to mention that gathering the sun’s rays via solar panels is about as advanced as the Pleistocene period compared to the other available, albeit supressed, technologies out there-

        but trying to even GENTLY convey this info to family and friends is about as effective as body-bouncing in front of the Wailing Wall- I’m ready to tear my hair out-

        anyway, Dr. Farrell, many thanks for taking the time and trouble to answer my musings- I will continue to “stay tuned” 🙂

        with many warmest regards and may the universe continue to bless and enrich you,


      • Edu on August 3, 2012 at 2:06 pm

        Also direct energy and scalar weapons are not supposed to exist, otherwise they would blow up the cover of the current paradigm of energy scarcity. It is not interesting to both west and east factions to expose such kind of deep physics knowledge, otherwise they would lose the means to control mankind. There is no good or bad guy, they are just different players with the same goal of global domination.

        That’s why I think that conventinal warfare still has it’s role as a geopolitical tool.

  11. Thomas on August 2, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    About a week ago, several mainstream media sources reported that Russia was intending to open new naval bases in Cuba. For example see: “Russia Seeks Naval Bases in Cold War Allies Cuba, Vietnam,” from Bloomberg TV ( But most recent reports (the next day!) have Russia denying such efforts or intentions: “Russia says not in talks to open Cuba, Vietnam naval bases,” from Channel News Asia (

    Wasn’t the Russian naval base in Venezuela established while GW Bush was president? What ever happened to the Monroe Doctrine – especially under Bush II?

    While it makes sense that Russia would try to do something in response to our reneging on promises about NATO expansion, nuclear moves such as those alleged would definitely break the treaty that arouse from the original crisis in 1962. Besides, I don’t think Mr. Putin is that crazy. (Yeltsin might have tried something like that though.)

    I worry about the sources of the story as well.

    1. Pravda? Your question about whether to believe Pravda is right. I’m 54 years old. So we both remember the kind of propaganda instruments Pravda, Tass, Izvestia, etc were when we were growing up. I have as hard a time believing them as I do the NY Times, the WSJ, etc. But maybe the Pravda article is an attempt to manipulate the US elections?

    2. Alex Jones? Personally, I find that listening to or reading something from Mr. Jones is like eating a big bowl of Tabasco Sauce with a couple dashes of chili added, rather than the other way around (as I prefer my chili). I often think that if Alex Jones were to hear the sound of hooves outside his window he would shout, “It IS a unicorn!” rather than, “It COULD be a horse.”

    Regarding the Ballistic Missile Defense, there are several points that concern me:

    1. If we are to believe the things we hear about HAARP and the demonstration of SOMETHING with the Norway spiral, then the West ALREADY HAS a ballistic missile defense – a defense that does not depend on ballistic weapons to destroy other ballistic missiles. So if we have that already, does that not mean that we already have that first strike capability that the “BMD” would give us as the earlier Joint Chiefs dreamed of?

    2. While I remember the SDI of the Reagan era was meant to defeat a Soviet attack, my understanding of the current version of the ballistic missile defense is that it could not defend against a full attack from either Russia or China (or France or England). Instead, its effectiveness would be to avert attacks from so-called” rogue states such as pre-invasion Iraq, Pakistan, N Korea, Iran, Syria (with chem weapons or even Iraq’s WMDs! OMG!), plus whichever new state might show up on the West’s “enemies radar.”

    3. With the limited capability of the current BMD technology and its focus on rogue states; didn’t we offer to share the technology or even the weapons with Russia at some point?

    I guess what I’m saying is that while I do not necessarily disagree with the proposition that the West is trying to surround Russia to control that central “heartland,” I do not believe that the BMD as it is now is an instrument we are using to accomplish this surrounding.


    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 2, 2012 at 1:54 pm

      Tom, I agree about the HAARP observations and BMD, and while I completely share your misgivings re. Pravda and Pravda West (Jones), I nonetheless am inclined to put some stock in this… it isn’t PUTIN who first reneged on promises, it is the West… from the standpoint of law it could be argued that the original Jennedy-KIhruschev agreement re. Cuba is null and void precisely because of the change in the siotuation re. Eastern Europe, and Russia is therefore responding sic res stantibus (to use the international legal terminology)… I am inclined to think there is something to this story.

      • Thomas on August 2, 2012 at 2:14 pm

        Could be… If the big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 3, it’s three o’clock — even if Alex Jones or Pravda says so. Who knows, maybe you’ve found one of the bits of chili in the bowl of Tabasco sauce? It will be interesting to see how the story develops.


  12. Tom on August 2, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    I just finished The Philosopher’s Stone and really loved it! Thanks so much. Had to start on Babylon’s Bankers….

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