Mr. V.T. emailed this one to me, and at first, I didn't think much of it, but there was something in it that caught my eye, and the more I thought about it, the more peculiar I thought it to be. See if you caught what caught my eye:

Dept. of Homeland Security Forced to Release List of Keywords Used to Monitor Social Networking Sites

Now, reading this list, my first reaction was twofold. Firstly, it made a great deal of sense, and was a fairly predictable list of keywords that would be used by computers to do searches and scans of internet posts. It was, from one point of view, eminently reasonable for an agency charged with protecting the public and the infrastructure of the nation from "terrorism" and other threats. Secondly, the list itself was so comprehensive that there clearly was something else implied in it, namely, that merely searching for keywords from this list would've produced an inexhaustible supply of "threats," and that therefore, there clearly had to be algorithms of words used in various combinations and phrases -- i.e., algorithms searching for contexts in which these words occur. After all, one might be posting some blog about the JFK or MLK assassinations, and hence, in order to save analysts' time assessing threats, a further layer of computer programming had to be implied before flagged texts would be brought to the attention of human analysts.

But then I encountered that whole section concerning weather and weather-related disasters and emergencies, and wondered why these would be included. Well, one obvious reason is that such occasions would conceivably, to some maliciously-minded people, constitute "opportunities". So, again, the list made a great deal of sense... but then I had to recall the warning of Clinton Administration Secretary of Defense William Cohen. Here it is best to recall what exactly Secretary Cohen stated:

"Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.

"So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations. It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our efforts."

William S. Cohen, U.S. Secretary of Defense, 1997[1]

Eco-terrorism... in other words, what the strange list of keywords might also be suggesting is a kind of tenuous  confirmation that there is a persisting concern among U.S. authorities that technologies exist to manipulate such weather and geophysical events. What we might be looking at, in effect, is actually a technology of the detection of the use of such technologies, the simplest kind of "detection" technology of them all, and one long in use by nations: spying on a potential enemy's communications, and whatever dispositions and operations those communications might be revealing. A kind of espionage version of the old DEW line for the detection of the launch of Soviet missiles, only in this case, what is being detected might be something far more cataclysmic. What we might be looking at is tenuous confirmation that we might already be in the midst of a covert "weather war."
See you on the flip side...

[1] Jerry Smith, Weather Warfare: The Military's Plan to Draft Mother Nature(Adventures Unlimited Press, 2006), p. i.  Q.v. transcripts/transcript.aspx?transcriptid=674. See also my Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations, p. 213.

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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. Edu on January 29, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    They forgot to mention the word ORGONITE heheehehe

    Just personal experience.

  2. kamutef on January 25, 2013 at 3:00 am

    The first conclusion is to assume that eco-terrorism = HAARP, but it could also be radionics; which has largely dropped off the radar recently, however it is proven to work, is very low tech and in the hands of governments or organisations with modest resources could be ramped up to create HAARP like effects with a very tiny infrastructure.

    • terminally skeptical on January 25, 2013 at 6:21 am

      No doubt radionics has its rightful place as a subtle energy tool however I”m not aware of any applications in weather alterations. Would you elaborate a bit?

      • kamutef on January 25, 2013 at 8:28 am

        Hi TS,
        Modern radionics is a potent and quite heavily veiled topic given its power and the historic and vitriolic persecution of radionics practitioners in the US; i.e. Reich & Drown.
        This link contains a brief discussion of the ‘cloudbuster’ devices which I think you are referring to, it is far from comprehensive but will point you in the right direction if you are interested.

        • terminally skeptical on January 25, 2013 at 10:05 am

          Thanks! Indeed I had forgotten about Jon Logan.. I’m curious to see if I’ll be rereading him now with a different set of eyes than half a dozen years ago.

          • kamutef on January 25, 2013 at 9:16 pm

            Glad you found it useful. There is another link here that deals specifically with the weather element which might be more interesting.

  3. terminally skeptical on January 24, 2013 at 12:25 pm

    So if our intelligence would be keying in on foreign intelligence with this list is it logical to assume that the list might first have to be translated from their language? This makes me wonder if there are a number of capable non governmental weather manipulators in North American already and that the list pertains primarily to domestic (Canada included) pranksters.

    I heard an interview a few years ago with a man who claimed had accidentally discovered a way to alter regional weather with a low energy device (watts vs. HAARP’s gigawatts) and subsequently had formed an alliance with a group of like-minded individuals who were also aware of the technology. He went on to claim that they had prevented at least a few hurricanes from hitting landfall.

    I see that the words HAARP and chemtrail is conspicuously absent from the list. This makes me wonder if the list, while useful, is really just intended as a psyop to reinforce the notions and nay sayings of low level operatives and government goons who continue to tell us these things don’t exist. Chemtrails are killing the planet and poisoning the waters and crop fields. A link to a good interview will be included momentarily. Should the website be truncated simply adjoin/eliminate the spacing.

    • terminally skeptical on January 24, 2013 at 12:25 pm

      • Yaj on January 24, 2013 at 4:43 pm

        You can always read Wilhelm Reich on weather modification with no wattage, DeMeo and T J Constable too.

    • WhiteKnite6 on January 24, 2013 at 6:34 pm

      I like the way this guy thinks. Hardly skeptical, let alone terminally so … more like, “discerning.”

      Thanks for that post.


  4. marcos toledo on January 24, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Our Elites just can not stop playing GOD and just leave us alone no it’s control,control.

  5. Margaret on January 24, 2013 at 9:23 am


    The link in Dr. Farrell’s footnote broke, try this:

    Weather wars … brings to mind the research paper “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025” [1996] … “In 2025, US aerospace forces can ‘own the weather’ by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications.” Easily found online … I recall that during Hurricane Katrina Richard Hoagland believed that the storm was being manipulated by scalar (torsion?) technology … by whoever and for whatever purposes unknown.

    • Tor on January 24, 2013 at 1:30 pm

      “Richard Hoagland believed that the storm was being manipulated by scalar (torsion?) technology.”

      Margaret, I’m certainly no expert, but I’ll take a shot at it. Torsion refers to the deformation of something with the application of torque. As Dr. Farrell has described, “the twisting of a can.” A scalar is not the same as torsion, but the ideas are related. A scalar is a quantity with magnitude, but no direction. This as opposed to a vector, which is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction. A bullet is an example of a vector quantity, and temperature is an example a scalar quantity. A regular frequency wave is a vector wave, because it has magnitude that can be measured, and it also has direction. A scalar wave is unique, because it is a quantity that has magnitude, but no direction, so it appears to be somehow operating outside of normal physics. The torsion comes into play, because the scalar wave is applying torque, and deforming whatever this thing is, existing outside of normal physics. Perhaps we could call it the physical medium, or the ether. Torsion technology would apply scalar waves in an attempt to torque and twist this thing, and this could have numerous applications in how it could be applied to manipulate things. It looks to me like Hutchison, in just tinkering around, has discovered ways to dematerialize matter, and cause things to levitate, and Tesla did too. Another application is sonarluminescence, to create cold fusion, and I think a similar application using Haarp could certainly be applied to create hurricanes too. Like I say, I’m not really an expert, and I’m actually quite the hack, but this is my understanding, and I continue to learn. If anyone feels that I’m wrong on any of these points, please feel free to correct me.

      • LSM on January 24, 2013 at 3:03 pm

        Hi Tor,

        I’m also the world’s expert on nothing but I think we can hem-and-haw, debate ourselves into oblivion all we want about “possible” advanced technoligies-

        they’ve already been there for a long time-

        just look at Tesla’s career: his “earthquake machine” already patented in the late 1890’s; his later (or at that time concurrent) successful experiments with thunderstorm manipulations- let alone the Tunguska explosion/event in Siberia in the early 20th century-

        I guess what baffles me is that we still continue to waste our time, effort, literary skills (if we have any left) hashing over the ‘possibility’ of extremely advanced technologies when we already know they’ve existed since aeons (but went through a brief period of hibernation until the bear later awoke)- we already know that extremely advanced technologies beyond our wildest fantasies exist- I just think we need to finally swallow and subsequently digest that fact, even if it causes us a bit of “wind” (if you get my drift)-

        just my own cheap opinion but we need to debate about what each of us can do individually/how effectively we can wake up our families and friends to what is really going on on this planet (don’t know about you but my family and friends are still sleeping in “never never land”- would recommend a sledge hammer but am afraid it would kill them before it cured them- would be sort of counter productive)-

        I think you get my drift already-

        hope you are well- many regards-


        • Tor on January 24, 2013 at 8:29 pm

          Hi Larry,
          I couldn’t agree more. For me, I’m a musician, and a hobby tinkerer, and inventor, with two crappy jobs that cut into far too much time that I could be spending doing things that I enjoy. People just seem to get upset with me if I try to wake them up, so that’s beyond my ability to control. I drop a few ideas here and there just to see how people will react to them, but usually it’s just that blank stare and confused look, followed up by, “oh, you’re one of those kinds of people.” Then I just giggle and say, “naa, I was just kidding.” Living in the heart of the American dragon, I could try to go scratch on the gates of the Roman Empire, and yell and scream at the top of my lungs, but they just come out with their chariots and mow you down. That’s too stressful anyway, and I need to watch my blood pressure. I figure if the universe caused me to incarnate because it wanted me to change anything, it would have put me in a position where that was actually possible. I’d rather just write pretty songs, play around with my projects, and read books by authors who think out of the box. If the Rothschilds kill me, its no biggie, because I asked to universe if next time, maybe I could go someplace a little nicer. No offense to the Earth. She’s really pretty, but there is a terrible termite problem. It looks like some arrogant people are trying to solve the problem, but they seem to want to kill all the good bugs and leave just a few bad ones. I’m not even sure they will do that though, because then they would have nobody to play monopoly with them, and they seem to need constant reassurance from all the little people that they are very important, and highly significant. I think, in the end, between God, Nature and the Earth, it will all get worked out. Just to mention, I didn’t really write that letter that I mentioned below, to my congressman. He would just put me on his mailing list and spam my inbox with propaganda and junk mail, and he wouldn’t listen to me anyway.

          • LSM on January 25, 2013 at 11:42 am

            Hi Tor,

            many thanks for your reply- very appreciated-

            ” For me, I’m a musician”- bravo!- I’m an opera singer by profession (I’m not kidding you) but with zippo scientific background whatsoever (I guess I feel grateful enough if I’m able to decipher the conductor-of-the-evening’s 1-2-3-4 egg-shaped, Martha-Raye’s-tossing-a-salad’s baton technique-

            “People just seem to get upset with me if I try to wake them up”- ohh, baby I hear ya’- feels like we’re fighting windmills with a heavy drenched floor mop, doesn’t it?-

            enough from me for now, Tor- let’s stay in touch, OK?-

            please continue to stay well- many regards-


          • Robert Barricklow on January 25, 2013 at 12:49 pm

            Your not the lone ranger here. Still, I will scratch at the gates of their “cognitive dissonance”, as their pattern recognition/mirror nuerons & other unknown facters just might, and I say, just might “click in” true-wild-western-manner.

      • WhiteKnite6 on January 24, 2013 at 9:27 pm

        Is it just me? Or is Richard Hoagland more of an entertainer than a researcher?

        19.5 degrees, measured on million year old ruins? +/- 10 degrees, maybe …

        Obama is a good guy? Great to know! Killing children, fascism, despotism, lying, and post-constitutional governance are now in fashion … Nice to have a President that is such a pussy that even his wife doesn’t respect him. Perhaps, as Fulford says, the Chinese are right to call him, “the monkey.” (As in “the puppet …”)

        What the hell … there’s a free phone in it somewhere. No trojan horse there, of course.

        What world is this? When FAKE passes for reality, and reality is trumpeted as insanity?

        Color me insane …



        Before I make a “silly” long list of his ideas, what has he ever been right about? He tries to force Prof. Farrell into agreeing with his ideas by ambushing him “on air” … when you can just feel the tension and distance sought by JPF.

        • Tor on January 25, 2013 at 8:28 am


          I agree. I’m no fan of Hoagland either. His willingness to act as Obama’s cheer leader, and transparent promoting of Western imperialism as now being on the side of goodness, because Obama is running things is sickening. Some of the torsion stuff is good stuff, but it’s mixed with a whole lot of garbage. To me, Dr. Farrell’s only connection to the man is he quotes and cites some of Hoagland’s ideas that he thinks, might actually be plausible. He does that with a lot of people. If Hoagland wants to discredit himself, he’s only trashing his own reputation. To me, what’s really funny is Hoagland’s latest torsion readings and the conclusions he draws from it all. The 2012 alignment was going to cause the Earth to tip over but the good guys used HAARP to save us all. The man might want to consider changing his genre to comedy. George Carlin never made me laugh that hard. And then there is his idea that the world is secretly being run by the Nazis, the Masons, and the Magicians. The Magicians? LOL! But let’s not forget Oprah Winfrey or the Wiccans. Of the three, he claims that the Masons are actually the good guys. Well alrighty then…If you say so Mr. Hoagland. Dr. Farrell includes the idea in his Nazi International, but I see that as just presenting ideas. For me, I’ll buy Dr. Farrell’s books, and be happy to see Dr. Farrell get paid. Haven’t read “Dark Mission” and don’t intend to, because I wouldn’t give Hoagland one penny.

          • WhiteKnite6 on January 25, 2013 at 1:21 pm

            Too late, for me, Tor;

            I already bought DARK MISSION!

            I didn’t hear that bit about HAARP saving us all. It figures, though … wouldn’t be the first time that being proven wrong didn’t daunt him … like the face on Mars; He just couldn’t admit that the eyes really were shadows! That’s NOT to say that it is necessarily a natural structure, but … I like a man that will admit when he’s wrong and move on.

            With re: to the Magicians, I look at it like JPF does, laid out nicely in TRANSHUMANISM. Science as practiced by the breakaway civilization IS transhumanist, insofar as it has its roots in Hermeticism. Dr. Farrell points out that it has always been known that Newton was an alchemist. He had over 160 books on the subject in his personal library when he died. He was looking for the solution to the riddle of the universe; and, as is the goal of every Magician, with an EYE to CONTROL it. Woven in the fabric somewhere is the evolution of consciousness, and its relationship to the physical world, or, “Magick,” if you will.

            These ideas, of course, went underground with Newton’s death, but JPF’s point and, I think, Hoagland’s, is that the nascent, seminal influence behind transhumanism today is actually alchemy (Hermeticism).

            At least, that’s how I understand it.

            Thanks for the Reply, and;

            Take Care For Now;


      • bdw000 on January 24, 2013 at 10:03 pm

        I am no expert.

        But my understanding of “scalar” goes back to T. Bearden (not really sure he is trustworthy), and others (I’ve seen it in one scifi book at least).

        The key for Bearden was the “scalar WAVE,” which was the INTERSECTION of two beams of EM waves at some frequency. It is just wherever two EM waves intersect. I think the frequencies can be the same or different (obviously the engineer could think of endless combinations which might have varying results).

        Think of what a microwave oven can do all by itself. Now, if you combined microwaves from two different sources, the effects could range from total devastation, to just being able to knock a pilot unconscious. My guess is that engineers could literally design the effect they want (at least sometimes) from some very simple math.

        From a physics standpoint it makes a lot of sense in a Maxwell sort of was.

        • bdw000 on January 24, 2013 at 10:05 pm

          “in a Maxwell sort of WAY.”

  6. Tor on January 24, 2013 at 8:05 am

    Since these weather manipulation technologies exist, and one of the primary objectives in covert wars is infiltration, IMHO, we don’t really know who is in control of what technology. To me this scenario where I have no idea who is who, seems to be a testament to the wisdom of “A well regulated MILITIA, being necessary to the SECURITY of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Inherent in the right, is a security apparatus. It seems to me that the idea of a Republic, whose representatives are chosen from a people’s militia, all sworn to obey a call to arms, and defend their own nation, will act in their own best interests. In such a scenario we always know the difference between “Us” and “Them.” Once heavily infiltrated, it would seem to me that the primary objective would be to attack and weaken those defining boundaries, and blur the lines of the boarders between “Us” and “Them.” In a game of covert wars, mission accomplished, I control your horizontal and your vertical, but then someone comes and snatches the ball. Now who is playing God, throwing thunder bolts around and causing storms and hurricanes? Who is using this stuff, and doing it in my name? Who is using it in retaliation against those using it in my name? Who is running the “Vacuum Cleaner of the Skies” to store and catalog the every act of Americans? Who might be accessing the data base, and selectively leaking the information to see to it that only their operatives find their way into positions of powers? Who might come and snatch the ring of power? I think that it’s mine, because I paid for it. So I write a rather lengthy letter to my congressman outlining my concerns. In a nutshell it essentially says “Dear Mr. Congressman, they canceled my Militia and I no longer know who you are, or who you are working for.” The Congressman writes me back and says, “You sound like a Nazi.”

    • WhiteKnite6 on January 24, 2013 at 9:49 pm

      Following the Double Speak principles, the congressman is well heard. Serious discourse is met with insanity … the world run by court jesters and madmen. Since the PEOPLE no longer interact amongst themselves, but rather, watch TV before picking one of the “sides” presented in media, more and more stupidity can be accepted as the genuine battleground of ideas.

      You want to adhere to the constitution. You are dangerous. Do you have a gun? How many? Are they locked up? Do you have children? Oh, my God! How much ammunition have you “stockpiled” in your “arsenal”?


      You object to having your home raided by Storm Troopers without warrants, and everyone including your dog has been shot, killed, or arrested.

      Your crime: selling milk. Now, there’s a just reason to pull out the M4’s. But to protect your family against robbery, rape, and murder! OMG, you are INSANE! Such things NEVER work out (according to the FAKE STREAM media, anyway …). No one has ever defended themselves or others against criminals with firearms, because only criminals are empowered by firearms, and no true comrade would ever want one, because of the danger to children (that have not yet been murdered by sanctions or drones).

      Oh beautiful, for spacious skies, and slandered slaves of banks!

      Okay … you get the idea.

      Peace, Freedom, and sharing the brilliant future that belongs to us all, except for wood bee rulers!


    • bdw000 on January 24, 2013 at 10:09 pm

      I heard a great line from a TV show from about 20 years ago, forgot the title, something about viruses mostly, didn’t last long.

      When a subordinate asked the boss “which side are we on,” the boss replied: “when you think of sides, think of a sheet of paper . . .”

      Each “side” is really just part of that ONE sheet of paper . . . . .

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