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I want to take this occasion to wish every reader at this website my heartfelt "Merry Christmas". It has been quite a year for us all, I suspect, and your comments, attention, concern, prayers, donations, memberships, and the many of you who take the time to email me thoughts, concerns... all of this, is so very deeply and warmly appreciated.

So please allow me to take this brief occasion to say "thank you" for all your friendship and support these past months, and to wish all of you, and your dear ones, a Very Merry Christmas, and every protection and good thing in the coming New Year!


  1. With a spell of New Year celebrations taking place over the planet just would like to note one important and at the same time curious thing that – as it seems – everyone passed by. That tremendous horrible day of the mythical Mayan “the End of the Day”, December,21st brought us NOTHING. Neither ridiculuos “aliens invasion”, nor natural cataclysms, 3rd world war, nor event alleged inscenization of these “TPTB” supposed to take place and attributed to this day nor any major event that could catch our attention. NOTHING. Please, notice, how all these conspirological talks – pro and anti – automatically stopped to be stired by every side. Happy New Year! 🙂

  2. The pleasure of counting you, Dr Farrell, as a friend is highly rewarding. Your greatest attribute (imo) is your having the courage to put forth a possible conclusion, built on research, without becoming dogmatic and leaving to the reader much of the thought required to draw knowledge from such speculation. May God bless and keep you in the coming year and give you a sense of His wonderment and glory.

  3. i look forward soooo much …the GDS is the icing on the cake when checking my email in the evenings after a good days doing what i do.brought awareness to a higher level.a heartfelt thanks!!!!! joe.

  4. Thank you, Dr. Farrell!:) Your sincerity is felt and appreciated by all. And of course, we all wish the same for you.

    You are tireless in your postings and keeping the lights on and keeping us aware. Thanks for all you do, and strength, good health, and the best of all to you and yours.

    1. I wonder if anyone here has worked out your user name.

      It’s easy and one of my absolute favourite movies, you chose well my friend.

  5. Yes, best wishes to our host Dr Farrell and everyone here at GDS.

    I personally dont celebrate Christmas as my religious beliefs have changed over the past five years.

    Currently reading “Genesis of the Grail Kings” by Lawrence Gardner. The answers to a lot of questions are right there in that book, it’s gone to my number three behind “Giza Death Star Destroyed” and “The Cosmic War”.

    So it’s on to 2013, I think it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

  6. terminally skeptical

    All the best to you Joseph and all you societal misfits here at GDS. Let your curiosity remain insatiable, never stop looking upward and despite the sometime grim state of affairs may your glass never be less than half full.

    1. Yeah, right, Terminally skeptical! Continue to look up but don’t forget to look down and watch your next step, ops – I just slipped ahhhhhhhhh!

      Was it that William Blake guy who etched an image of Virgil guiding Dante up the steep mountain side on through Purgatory towards Paradisimo?

      Yes, in some ways Joe Farrell is like some solid white wild-haired prophet guiding us up to the top of somewhere! (I hope? Maybe it’s the other way around – maybe down is up – who knows?)

      Anyway — I hope none of you good people get a visitation from, you know, the shit-fairie! How do the Irish put it >
      May you be a day ahead when the Devil comes to collect, ha, ha! (Faust got away, so, maybe we can too?)

      1. terminally skeptical

        Yes, of course. Perpetual head in the clouds ultimately is a recipe for disaster. Perhaps I should have said no catatonic gazing at the cracks in the sidewalk allowed without a prescription alibi.
        Joseph Campbell introduced me to the mysterious and mystical William Blake years ago and I never got the chance to thank him though overall I’m weak on the classics and that infernal Dante.
        Still more blarney :”May the sun be in your face, the wind at your back, and ye be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you’re dead”.

  7. In return, Joseph, thank you for the opportunity … it’s been quite a fun ride here at GDS! Beyond the ‘academics’ and ‘politics’ I very much appreciate the person – your patience, generosity, big heart, humor, and laughter. May you be well, and richly blessed in the coming year.

  8. Well, we’ve punched through the Winter Solstice! As our solar system occults the center of our galaxy we should all be aware by now that it is not the Mayan colander that we should fear but the diabolic intentions of the nautonnier’s hand up the helm driving the ship of state onto the rocks.

    Thanks for keeping the light on……..

    Peace, Best Wishes and Hope on this momentous, celestial point in time.

  9. I echo both chris and Robert- frohe Weihnachten gahabt zu haben! (at the time one most probably reads this posting the German means: “hope you had a merry Christmas!”)

    peace, love, health and truth to all-

    many regards-

    Larry in Germany 🙂

  10. Robert Barricklow

    My sentiments EXACTLY! Ollie.
    Thanks so much for your scholarship & taking your time in inform us through you web site.
    I has been great sharing thoughts and ideas with others here; in an “out-of-the-box” type of cultural thinking/paradigm.

    Merry Christmas One & ALL!

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