Sometimes I am amazed at how stories in the media seem to contradict themselves, or at least raise significant questions. Let's consider two of them:

Iranian expert confirms blast in Fordow uranium enrichment facility.

And this one:

Iranian expert confirms blast in Fordow uranium enrichment facility.

Now we assume for the sake of argument that the explosion occurred. The question now is, how, and who did it?  One obvious answer - since the explosion allegedly occurred near the entrance of the facility - would be sabotage by some internal dissident group, doubtless sponsored in part by the Israeli Mossad, the American  CIA, or any combination of western intelligence services.

And that, of course, throws the Israeli Prime Minister's remarks into a cocked hat, for any covert operation by Israel or the USA in Iran would almost certainly have been shared with the other nation, and possibly throughout the western alliance system. So why the Israeli prime minister's "call to arms" when it would appear that someone, at least, is answering that call.

But there's another possibility altogether: a technological one, or, at least, an alleged technological one: so-called scalar, or quantum potential or vacuum weaponry, depending on whom one reads and the terms they use, but effectively, they're talking about the same thing. The foremost proponent of this idea has been, of course, Lt. Col. Tom Bearden (US Army, ret.). In various books Bearden years ago argued a fascinating, if not quite convincing, case, that "a friendly little nation", which one could only take to mean Israel, had access to such technology, and indeed had used it to defend the USA from attack by the USSR by similar weapons!

If Bearden's statements are true, then these articles would appear to be significant challenges to Bearden's whole hypothesis, for if true, Israel would simply not need the US's support, since it possessed such weapons of "plausible deniability" and would not doubt use them to end a potential Iranian nuclear threat. ...


The denials by the USA that the explosion took place at all might herald the fact that the Iranians are lying about it taking place, or that it did take place, but the means by which it occurred have to be concealed, and hence the event has to be denied.

Whatever the truth here may ultimately be - an internal network of dissidents gradually sabotaging Iran's program,  hidden American or Israeli technology - one thing seems clear: there is much more to this story than meets the eye, and that, in fact, in either the case of hidden intelligence assets inside that country, or unknown technologies, or both, the Israeli Prime Minister is is being perhaps a bit disingenuous when he beats the war drums of fear...

See you on the flip side.

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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. Frankie Calcutta on February 6, 2013 at 11:14 pm

    Any chance a breakaway civilization exists below Iran?

  2. johnycomelately on February 4, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    Gordon Duffy confirms star wars weapons capable of such explosions, if he can be relied upon then beams from space might be the culprit.

  3. marcos toledo on February 4, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    When will this game of chicken stop this mad game puts us all endanger along with every living thing on this planet.

  4. amunaor on February 4, 2013 at 1:04 pm

    Obvious GLADIO fingerprints, right out of Richard Cottrell’s expose:

    Set up and groom a patsy to take the fall, any prerequisite ‘dissident’ group will do, to deploy the ‘Strategy of Tension’ in opening up the region for NATO ‘humanitarian’ intervention with bunker-busters and other such glorious and liberating pyroclastic incendiaries bursting over heads of incorrigibles.

    • amunaor on February 4, 2013 at 1:32 pm

      I failed to mention, but the first link Joseph provides does have blatantly obvious clue, for the unwary ear, embedded within the text:

      “Nourizadeh, who is a commentator for Deutsche Welle and the ‘VOICE OF AMERICA’ and has an extensive network of contacts in Iran….”

      Following WWII Radio Free Europe and other such radio waves were orchestrated by a choir of rabid anti-commie CIA alter-boys. Wisner’s Wurlitzer wasn’t just streaming propaganda into American ears.

      • Nidster - on February 4, 2013 at 4:22 pm

        Thanks for bringing the issue to the forefront because we all need to be careful to know the background and possible intent of the authors of the news. That’s what I noticed too. It also first discloses this: Dr Ali Reza Nourizadeh a senior researcher and director of the Centre for Arab & Iranian Studies in London…..

        The author of the WND story is Reza Kahlili, who apparently broke the story, according to his bio: he served in the: CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security. The agent/spies are on top of writing the news you need to know. There is always some truth embedded in the news and it is incumbent on the reader to assess the truthfulness of the data. Sure, this info could be considered propaganda but there are disclosures on the WND site and Missing Peace website.

        • amunaor on February 5, 2013 at 3:00 am

          Yes I agree, there is always that nugget of truth to attract naivety into swallowing the fabrication in which it is swaddled.

          Given the history and obvious ‘Capital’ reasons into which such a display of licentious depravity explodes – ends justifying whatever means necessary to take down a manufactured opponent – in which case, and as Joseph alludes to, it is far more than likely that the striking of the match is being served up by the same hand as has been attempting to break the back of the Middle East for over two decades now.

          In other words, the fuse lighter and the finger pointer come from the same flock. We should be aware by now that whenever one of these gatherings is being summoned by the bull-horn to look the other way to see what’s really going on.

          The crux of the matter arises from a burning desire to discredit a ‘non-confrontational’ Iran in the eyes of the west, justifying the employment of an even larger can opener to rip open both Syria and Iran, offering the entire region up to the predations of capital exploitation….who Cottrell refers to as: ‘The Free Racketeers.’

          Apparently, Iran sees through the ruse and is refusing to take the bait, in which case it can very well blow up in the CIA’s face…again. Remember, they’ve already been caught with their pants down in Benghazi. Another full Monty and they’ll have sun burn.

          The hidden hand is attempting to light the BIG fuse! Only sunlight can diminish the effectiveness of this nefarious slight of hand.

  5. DownunderET on February 4, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    To me this is all smoke and mirrors. I mean considering the closeness of all the players involved, you’d think just one thing.

    If “anyone” in this area launches a nuke, you had better be sure your going to get one back very quickly, think “incoming” here.

    So whoever starts it, may not be the one that finishes it, hence my sceptism to believe any country would be foolish enough to start armgeddon.

    Iran’ prime minister, Armadinnerjacket, is a lunatic just like all leaders, they all do the sabre rattling, why, I dunno, it doesn’t achieve anything, go figure.

  6. Nidster - on February 4, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    The weird denials coming from the regimes of the USA and Iran seem disingenuous at best and at worst…..I will leave to the reader to decide. Anyway, the explosions were reported exclusively by WND on Jan. 24. Now according to an updated story, WND writes:

    “The (Iranian) regime is debating how to explain the incident at a later date depending on the level of destruction, the source said. But because of internal rifts among President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Majlis (parliament), Ahmadinejad or others connected to his team will soon reveal the incident.”


  7. Nidster - on February 4, 2013 at 10:28 am

    Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu made an apocalyptic statement in September or October, 2012 saying Iran is near the Point of No Return with regard to having enough enriched uranium to build a weapon. He predicted the PoNR would occur in March 2013. Of course dire predictions of this sort have been coming out of Israel and the USA for decades, so there is nothing new here.

    While I do not claim to have any special knowledge, there is an uncommon astrological event that will occur in 2014-2015 known as a Tetrad, or four Blood Moons. According to NASA: “When four consecutive lunar (moon) eclipses are all TOTAL eclipses, the group is known as a Tetrad.” There appears to be a Template out there in the ether that claims Blood Moons are celestial signs that affect Israel. Tetrads occurred in the years 1949-1950, and 1967-1968. Some people point to the events that occurred during those years as evidence that future events may also unfold to Israel’s benefit by the Tetrad that will occur during the years 2014 and 2015.

    I have looked at some of Lt. Col. Tom Bearden’s material as well as Dr. Ferrell’s work. I find both to be worthwhile. Whatever is going to happen, or not happen when the astronomical alignments take place, it causes me to wonder if my hypothesis regarding some Template being played out will result in a benefit to Israel?

  8. chiropractor69 on February 4, 2013 at 9:41 am

    It’s probably this fella…..Mr Keshe of the Keshe Foundation. Would be most interested to hear Dr Farrell’s thoughts. The interview states the use of the technology by the Iranian’s.

  9. Robert Barricklow on February 4, 2013 at 7:57 am

    Looks like those scenarios have most bases covered. I like the Israeli scalar one. Still, between an Iran origin or Israeli one, I’d bet on an Israeli hand tripping the fuse(in some manner).

    P.S. The wizard of id had a transhumanist angle in today’s comic

    • amunaor on February 4, 2013 at 12:55 pm

      A representative for other denizens of the planet had this to say about the situation:


      And it doesn’t look good!

      • Robert Barricklow on February 4, 2013 at 5:14 pm

        Sounds like she is definately in the know.

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