In Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, and for that matter, elsewhere in other blogs on this website, I have suggested, along with co-author Scott D. deHart, that the ingestion of genetically modified crops or foods can in turn perhaps cause the genetic modification of humans. And recently, as I noted in previous blogs, French studies have confirmed these ideas.

Now there's yet more confirmation, according to the following article:

GM Wheat May Permanently Alter Human Genome, Spark Early Death Read more:

The argument in this article is somewhat obscured, for it is presented in the opposite order that it should be. Consider this sentence:

The wheat genes intended to be silenced are known as SEI, the sequence of which are classified by CSIRO. What experts know about SEI is that parts of it match the human GBE gene sequence.

And then this paragraph:

Moreover, Heinemann describes the double stranded RNA (dsRNAs) present in GM wheat as “remarkably stable in the environment.” It is able to withstand digestion (even after cooking) and thereafter circulates through the body, where it amplifies into more and different dsRNAs and “alters gene expression in the animal.” These altered genes are passed to later generations, assuming the consumer doesn’t die of cancer or liver damage before procreating

And now finally this sentence:
“Through ingestion, these molecules can enter human beings and potentially silence our genes,” says Professor Jack Heinemann of the University of Canterbury’s Centre for Integrated Research in Biosafety.

In other words, we may boil this down to this three step argument: (1) Stable genetic features of the SEI genetic sequence of wheat, which are designed to shut down certain sequences in wheat, are so stable that (2) that are able to survive ingestion, which therefore (3) can silence the similar genetic sequence in humans, and this can lead to cancers and liver damage and early death.

As the article notes, one such researcher, reviewed on Alex Jones' show, thinks all this is a good thing since such GMO food can lead to population reduction:

And sadly, this is the state of so-called science, and of many scientists: their utter and casual disregard of human life, and of the enormous potential each life represents. Science of this sort is no longer wisdom, or knowledge, it is merely, like the "food" it promotes, a bad taste in the mouth.  I am perhaps naive, perhaps even utopian, but nevertheless I am bold to suggest that the real science is being done by those unsung few who, rather than accepting all the elite-decreed memes of over-population, eugenics, and the wonders of genetically modified food, are bending their intellectual talents to real solutions of the problems of human energy and production and agriculture, rather than contriving sophistical rationalizations for the suffering caused by the products of scientism in the service of corporatism, for these people, like the Dummycrooks and Republithugs, are bought and paid for by the likes of Duponzanto and Mon(ster)santo, and hence, their prognostications are suspect.

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. rich overholt on November 5, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    “According to my research, the reptilian agenda includes the false-flag staging of an invasion by hostile aliens. The inner Earth reptilians save us from this attack and reveal that they created Earth humans and are here for our benefit. Ever so slowly, they are integrating Earth humans into their own galactic empire building agenda, using our Earth as a homebase. They want to move a genetically damaged, mind-controlled, gullible Earth human population out into space, i.e. the moons of Jupiter and Saturn. They didn’t spend millenia creating this vast slave race to destroy it, but to use it where they see fit.” ~ Stewart Swerdlow, former Montauk boy, in an interview on Coast to Coast A.M. 6/13/07

  2. henry on November 3, 2012 at 3:31 pm

    Many people have a wrong view about GMO foods, when I first warned my relatives and friends about GMOs; they thought “GMO” stands for “increased crop yields” and “better quality/nutrition”, something of a cutting edge science that’s working for the better. Then I recommend them to read William Engdahl’s “Seeds of Destruction” (in some cases, I bought them a copy) and watch few good documentaries on GMOs, then they began to realize GMO is something completely different.

    For starter, just what are the ideologies behind those Western elites who have been pushing for GMOs should make people wary of it, let alone their scientifically proven poisonous products.

    As for “genetic modification of humans/Transhumanism”, don’t forget Chemtrials, here is an outstanding research on the subject.

    Chemtrails and Morgellons – Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology 2011

    Good thing Sofia Smallstorm too recognizes the link between “the old eugenics” and “the new Transhumanism”.

    Chemtrails across Australia

    Actually, I don’t need a YouTube video to convince me about chemtrials in Australia, because I get regular visits by these “invisible planes” in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, when I don’t get them over my residence, I always find them over my head elsewhere in Sydney.

    As for Australian government in bed with foreign powers, I remember SBS had a story few years ago, about a security person working at Sydney airport who was punished for telling the media about his discovery of a major security problem in the airport, the guy was strangled financially by the authority so hard that he couldn’t afford to finish building his house, even the reporter who got the story out of him was nearly sentenced by the court, because the Howard government supposedly had a rule for medias not to “leak/expose sensitive information”.

    Unlike China, where drug trafficking are done via land route (from “Golden Triangle”, and now central Asia), Australia has a very tight and some might say harsh policy on “Asylum seekers”, I always wonder where did all the drugs come from if the Aussie coastal patrols didn’t leave any intruding boats out? It sounds preposterous to suggest that the Australian government is doing something to undermine its citizen’s health, yet the spraying of Chemtrials is exactly that.

    If such horrible scenario is true, one might ask the question who’s really benefiting from drug trafficking and where have they been spending their drug money?

    Speaking of a powerless government before some foreign entity and a possible “fund raising” program for secret project, I wonder a place called Pine Gap where even Australian prime ministers aren’t allowed inside the underground facility, might have something to do with it.

    • legioXIV on November 4, 2012 at 1:18 pm

      G’day mate,
      I am from Melbourne and we always get chemtrails a few times every month. My mate and I at work have been taking pictures of these for the past year and have been keeping a diary. Though what we see here in Melbourne is nothing compared to what happens in the country.
      Just after Easter I drove from Melbourne to Sydney and the amount of chemtrails I saw over the countryside was simply astounding.
      Never mind it is all for our good isn’t it?

      What was that favourite saying of John Elliot again?

    • Robert Barricklow on November 5, 2012 at 9:00 pm

      Thanks henry for Sophia Smallstorm’s presentation. The Invasion of the Body Snatcher quotes says it all. Great video!
      Thanks again, for posting it.

    • MattB on November 5, 2012 at 11:06 pm

      G’day Henry. I lived in Wollongong until recently and worked is Sydney 9live in paradise now). Without fail, when the chemtrails started over Wollongong (and stayed in the sky for hours) we would get sick within 48hours-like clockwork.

      i now live in a place where it is rare to see chemtrails-even though I am close to a raaf base, I never get sick……surprise surprise.

      Having an aviation back ground, I know the anti chemtrail arguments are complete crap.

  3. bdw000 on November 3, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    “are bending their intellectual talents to real solutions of the problems of human energy and production and agriculture”

    And yet, it is pretty clear that this “scientific” drive to increase agricultural production, is what produced GMO crops.

    There are limits to science: it is not a “get whatEVER you wish for” bag of tricks.

    This planet can only support so many people: to assume otherwise is complete insanity.

    I am not arguing against your view of GM0 foods: you are spot on. But you seem to be saying that “real” science can produce UNLIMITED growth of the human population. And that is just not so. The fact (any kind of) science has turned to GMO crops shows just how empty the scientific bag of tricks really is when it comes to trying to (ARTICIFICIALLY) increase crop yields. There are limits to science, because there are limits to NATURE. Science is not a genie that can grant us any wish at all, no matter how infantile.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2012 at 2:04 pm

      One would think that “their” purpose was two-fold: A Monopoly on Food(patents/seeds) & to slowly poison the populations(eugenics).
      This view, of course, is not giving “them” any benefit of the doubt.
      Because, frankly, I don’t doubt their purpose.

  4. Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2012 at 8:42 am

    This corporate science reminds me of Isaac Asimov observation about WW1 “mustard gas”, being a turn of infamy for “science, in that it’s whole purpose was for killing human beings. An irriversibly wrong turn in Albuquerque,
    and here we are.

  5. paul de gagne on November 3, 2012 at 7:09 am

    Right on Joe!

    Have you been reading or have read Paul Feyerabend’s last interview while he was on his death bed. He stated almost the same thing you just did? All the money and recognition goes to the (now what would Votairian word can I conjure up to describe these sic — so called scientists? Gee, that’s a tough one.)

    All the fame and glory goes to (naw, cant think of any satirical word of my own) these devoluted ‘four-legged creatures” instead of what Farrell just stated — those out in the MARGINS OF SCIENCE. They are the one’s doing the real work BUT I hope they don’t fall into that post-modern trait/trap of doing something just because it can be done rather than question —‘WHAT THE HELL IS IT WE ARE DOING? ha< ha!) or like the WHERE THE FUNGOWEES TRIBE or Moses's people on that forty yr. nature walk?

    Interesting week of articles on "The Giza Death Star" forum this week.

  6. MattB on November 3, 2012 at 6:12 am

    Another reason why my family has gone Gluten free and Failsafe. CSIRO are bastards-in bed with Monsanto and Dupont.

    When the ‘science’ from the CSIRO was questioned about climate change, the CSIRO could only muster a ‘don’t criticise us-we are scientists’. ‘You should just trust us, we are scientists and we know what we are doing”.

    I wish I had the material evidence to back the stories I have been told about underground bio-weapons research these arseholes have been doing. The funny thing is they work hard at making the Australian public believe they are really nice scientists who are working hard at solving the problems of the world.

    Australia…..51st state of Amerika and the 24th province of China.

    • legioXIV on November 4, 2012 at 1:21 pm

      Well said mate.
      Funny thing that former PM Paul Keating said about Australia a few years back, something about Australia being “the arse end of the world”. The thing about being the global posterior is the amount of excrement we have to swallow.
      Again well said Matt.

      • MattB on November 5, 2012 at 11:13 pm

        G’day mate,

        Thanks for that. I am trying to track down the guy who told me about the underground bio-weapons facility in Canberra-really scary stuff. Basically this guy was a cryo-engineer.

        He alleged that he was asked to fix cryogenic cooling system in an underground lab-damaged by an engineered creature that got out of control. H also mentioned that he was asked to work on Nuke silo cooling systems in a small town in N.T.

        Not the first time I have come across odd stuff like this.

        • legioXIV on November 6, 2012 at 1:44 pm

          G’day mate,

          “engineered creature that got out of control”

          Was that Howard or Gillard?

          Seriously, your friend H sounds like he has some pretty interesting things to say.

          • paul de gagne on November 7, 2012 at 8:06 am

            I read a reader’s review/comment of Farrell’s book – Transhumanism over at Amazon the other day. The reader said something about not liking or to his liking all the references to the 19th century. I found that interesting and typical of the new generation (I’m guessing the commenter is younger?)

            Just the other day a brick fell from the sky and hit me on the head! The Fourth Major Wave in Psychology is/wasTrans- Personal Psychology. I know how f#cked up trans-personal psychology can get or what they did to it with everybody and his neighbor trying or dying to make a ‘buck’ off of the suckers out there (too many charletins – I know its spelt wrong.) It’s a shame but its Amerika and a buck reigns SUPREME! (even if its only worth two pennies, ha, ha!)

            I can only imagine the distortions Transhumanism is going to get in the Future! I can remember a book called “The Arrogance of Humanism” but the author I think was really attacking an ecological-aspect of humanism (stewardship).

            What I like to believe is the real humanism or the beautiful vision a few people during the Enlightenment witnessed before it all turned very ugly and Marx got into the oinment!

            I must get this Farrel Book soon? ( I remember Hal, I think it was, commenting that she likes Farrel’s alternate history (archaelogical) better than all this political stuff. Farrell is really GOING AT IT trying to wake people up to the facts of an UNBELIEVEABLE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY that maybe, just be happening right before our own BLIND EYES!

            If we are blind then I say good luck to Farrell and I am going to see what his own development may bring?

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