Mr. V.T., a regular reader of this site, sent this one to me and I must admit I really am impressed with this article, as much for its implications as for its actual subject. Why? I have talked here on this website and spoken on The Byte Show at some length on the subject of social engineering and perception management. Indeed, the subject of perception management seemed to me to be heavily at work in the whole ongoing evolution of the Roswell event, and I wrote as much in Roswell and the Reich. Again, it does not take very much study at all into the subject of UFOs to become aware that perception management was one of the "opportunities" that the UFO afforded. Indeed, the possibility of the UFO for psychological operations was even mentioned in the MAJIC-12 documents, and UFO-like technology seems to have been the backdrop for some of World War Two SS commando Otto Skorzeny's thoughts on using it for a Sonderkampf, a "special battle" or psychological operation, as I reviewed in Saucers, Swastikas, and Psyops. 

With enough money and manpower, perceptions might be created that are totally at variance with reality, or hypotheses could be elevated to the status of theories or even scientific law. It would not be the first time the "money power" intervened in human affairs to manipulate perceptions and reality, to socially engineer something that, in the final analysis, may not be true. In this respect, the Venetian oligarchs were the past masters of the art, as I outline in the forthcoming Financial Vipers of Venice. There I argued that the perceptions which they attempted to control concerned cosmological views.... religion, as it were.

Well, the pattern certainly is a long-lived one, as the following article notes:

Rockefeller Brother Fund: We’re Buying Off Evangelicals, Mayors, Governors… For The Earth

Now, regardless where you stand on the "climate change" issue - I for one acknowledge its existence, but dispute whether human action is responsible, unless, of course, you mean all the covert spraying they're doing - the real point here is that the scientific discussion is being manipulated, and that means that the context from which one might openly discuss data is being charged with the most emotional of human issues, religion.

And this, of course, is not science.

The dangers here would seem to be obvious to all but the idiot oligarchs behind it: if you surround yourself with people of a certain point of view about any of the sciences - be they biology, physics, economics, and so on - then it will become all that much more difficult for you to think outside that point of view.  In the end, it is a self-defeating enterprise, for the solution may not lie inside that box. What if climate change is the product of a planetary and solar physics we do not adequately understand? If that be the case, we'd better be about understanding it, rather than manipulating perceptions about it. Indeed, if that be the case, then manipulating perceptions would be a flagrant - and selfish - waste of money in the name of a private agenda, and that agenda is the "religion of scarcity". It's been around for a VERY long time, and its only cosmological competitor is an ancient Metaphor.

In the end, the Rockefailures have chosen to promote the meme, and have bought into it. And now they want to buy everyone else's opinion too. I submit that those genuinely concerned about the issue would be as upset and angry about this, as I. But so far, the silence is deafening.

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. Elm on February 28, 2013 at 5:29 am

    Here’s something that will play with your brain cells..

    • Robert Barricklow on February 28, 2013 at 9:27 am

      I opened this “can of worms” and all I can say is:
      Here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into.


  2. johnycomelately on February 23, 2013 at 5:10 pm

    An often overlooked climate change aspect is the folklore of mass human migration during certain historical periods, particularly 4 to 7th century A.D.

    The Slavs have a tale about the Greeks leaving the hinterland of the Mediteranian and migrating to the coasts due to a long and intensive cold spell, leaving the territory open for migration.

    It’s certainly interesting when you look at the barbarian migrations, they were all pushing down into the coastal regions after living for a millennia in the Northern regions. Particularly when you look at the Goth and Vandal migrations they are almost exclusively on the coasts and across a vast region, from the Iberian coasts to Anatolia.

  3. Margaret on February 23, 2013 at 10:31 am

    This may be stretching the topic a bit, but I’ll try to slide it in under ‘perception management’, having to do with the mind … telepathy and telekinesis possible … temporary, easily applied, almost non-detectable electronic tattoos can be used to read brain activity and transmit info, detect mental states, have potential to fly drones by thought and communicate without speech over smartphones … the stuff of scifi is now being commercialized for consumer, health, medical, industrial and defense use … hmmm, I’m sure readers here can imagine more sinister applications, starting w/ ‘pre-crime’ thought detection …

    • Robert Barricklow on February 23, 2013 at 11:36 am

      Thanks for the link Margaret.
      Especially, liked the “subvocalization” aspect.

  4. Arne Saknussemm on February 21, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    Was the expectation of flyby asteroid 2012 DA14 a case of manipulation? Could months of seeding anticipation for and talk of the “asteroid”, the carefully crafted graphics of solid rock all focused on the 15th, influence, in the shocking early stages of a world event, acceptance of a preordained natural explanation when any number of other interpretations were possible? Say a targeted Attack? A quick internet search on the lake where fragments were “found” brought up Snezhinsk, one of only two nuclear program centres listed for the whole of Russia (Wiki).But take your pick all manner of possible scenarios are already on the internet. The point- in the days after the event a couple things kept unexpectedly catching my eye – promotion of the release on DVD of the latest bond film and a BBC story about “star jelly”. The title of the bond film “Skyfall” seems too obvious for comment, other than I recall BBC reports of the poisoning of Litvinenko in London took place in the street in front of a prominent Bond film poster (on release at that time) Russia-Bond- old enemy : message sent etc. But most interesting is the mysterious “star jelly” a kind of plasm reportedly found in fields the day after the sighting of a shooting star with all its attendant folklore .Now it seems to me that the “finding” of this astronomical material on top of all the other “coincidences” is just too much to swallow – its more manipulation, but manipulation of myth. This jelly, connect with shooting stars for centuries and across cultures must have its connected at the collective unconscious level and it is at this depth well away from any rational argument that validation for a fabricated version of events would seem to be being constructed. The formation of a new “truth” is not just a matter of the destruction of alternatives till the required one remains or entrainment or a history redaction but to truly “latch” it must also be “grown” from the roots as it were out of the unconscious itself.


    Here’s the moment in history Shauberger’s implosion channel is “diverted”.

    • Ethan on February 22, 2013 at 1:29 am

      Whoa, love those cartoons.

      Check this one 😀

    • Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2013 at 8:12 am

      Superb Analyses.
      (Although, I don’t necessarily agree with all of it.)

    • bdw000 on February 22, 2013 at 11:58 am

      I agree that we have to accept the possibility that such manipulation of public perception probably pervades all important (read “massively publicized”) events. Of course, it is probably going to rare that folks like us will ever be able to actually prove it.

      For those who remember Robert Anton Wilson, he once wrote that “coincidance is the dominant mythology of the 20the century.” The point being, of course, that anything science cannot explain is “just a coincidance.”

  5. Solfeggio on February 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm

    It was Michael Crichton — the wonderful author and spiritual maverick — who opened my eyes to this issue. He often spoke about what science was and was not. And he carefully did all the homework required so that he could speak with authority on the subject.

    Crichton described how the precedent of “consensus science” was the most dangerous recent trend in society and it was evidence of an Orwellian state. If we can’t trust that segment of civilization that is designed to be apolitical and objective, what hope was there for humanity?

    It is tragic that it took a novelist to make this case, instead of a courageous public scientist, but perhaps it is always “outsiders” that are afforded that precious non-dogmatic insight into man’s unstated paradigms.

    Crichton spoke in front of congress and soon became a pariah of the state. He died not long after of cancer and I will always wonder if he was yet another brave artist who chose to carry the cross of truth instead of accepting his role as Capitalist Courtesan, and who might have died for his integrity.

    I like to playfully call this burden the integrity tax. It is a price paid by Joseph, and by many of the readers of this website, including myself. I hope I will live to see the winds change directions, so that good men will once again be counted among the most rewarded in our culture.

    • DaphneO on February 22, 2013 at 4:37 am

      Amen to that. Beautifully said. Thanks.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2013 at 8:02 am

      I second DaphneO.
      Beautifully said.

    • Margaret on February 22, 2013 at 8:35 am

      I join Daphne and Robert in saying thanks. The world as it is makes gems like this even more appreciated.

    • bdw000 on February 22, 2013 at 11:49 am

      “so that good men will once again be counted among the most rewarded in our culture.:

      Ha! Dream on!

  6. marcos toledo on February 21, 2013 at 1:41 pm

    Would someone like to explain the climate optimum that let England compete with France in the wine trade in the middle ages. How warm was the Earth then for that to happen. Then their was the Justinian Plague and the Black Death eight hundred years apart when the Earth cooled are those related to climate too. Awaiting answers to those questions.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 21, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    • bdw000 on February 21, 2013 at 7:05 pm

      According to a graph I have (sorry, no link) referencing Greenland ice core temps going back 10,000 years:

      The Medieval Warming period was about 1.5 degrees C warmer than today. Some of the famous Climategate emails were about trying to deliberately hide this warm period.

      around 1300 to 1400 B.C., the temp was about 3 degrees C warmer than today.

      These facts pretty much destroy all the doomsday predictions of how global warming will destroy the world.

      Anything is possible, but the official “scientific” pronouncements are blatant, deliberate lies.

      I agree with JPF that warming may be taking place, but it is not even close to being proven that humankind is the cause. It is possible that humans are causing warming, but the fact that they are lying every time their lips are moving suggests otherwise (if they actually had evidence, they would not have to lie).

      Many REAL climate scientists really are concerned that a new ice age is just around the corner. It is universally accepted that we are OVERDUE for an ice age. Personally, without any justification whatsoever, I doubt that the climate will get that bad over the next thousand years or so.

      Don’t forget that in the 1970’s, and even into the 1980’s iirc, the mainstream media was trying to worry everyone about how a new ice age was going to kill us all in just a few decades.

      Hey Joseph: than you so much for making this statement:

      “What if climate change is the product of a planetary and solar physics we do not adequately understand? If that be the case, we’d better be about understanding it, rather than manipulating perceptions about it. Indeed, if that be the case, then manipulating perceptions would be a flagrant – and selfish – waste of money in the name of a private agenda”

      That is a perfect summary off the situation.

      • Dag from Ringerike on February 22, 2013 at 3:58 pm

        Some additional views.

        According to DS Allan and JB Delairs book, “Cataclysme”, discussing the features of the Zeno map, they have some remarks about the ice cores drilled at Camp Century, page 247. The drilling was done to the bottom, 1,387 m. The analyses of the cores, using the theoretical depth scale, glacial flow theory, suggested that at 1.140 m the core was 10.000 years old. Below 1.140 m it was estimated to be 120.000 years old by the drillers.

        So there you have it; chaffinches, hamsters, bore holes…….

        About the the warm period 1.000 years ago. According tho historians, there was an abrupt climate change about the year 1.300. The next 30 to 50 years in northern Europe were more or less disaster years for the farmers because of cold, humid and rainy summers. In the beginning of this century, the fields became very vet and the grain, if they could harvest it, became infected by fungus. Some historians suspect that the infected grain made so much damage to the populations immune system, that this was the cause of the devestating effect of the Plague about 1.349.

        There was another abrupt climate change about 1.800. From 1.750 – 60 people in northern Norway could harvest grain up to Finmark, far beyond the arctic circle. We can see it in birthrate and deth rate in the population. The years after 1.800 were disaster years, again the birth rate and the death rate showe it, and it took over 100 years until the climate changed to be more benign for the farmers. The 1920ies to 1930ies were the best years.

        The grain limit growing area is now in Nord-Trøndelag, far below the arctic circle.

        Some suggest that we are now heading to a new more cold, humid and rainy climate, based on the solar cycle theory. David Archibald, from Australia, has come forward with this theory, based on temperature measurements in Ireland, I think it was at Armagh.

        Maybe we are heading to something. The last three years have been very rainy and humid, very few days of clear sky during summer, in southern Norway. BTW, the grain harvest in 2011 was a complete disaster. I estimate only 10 % of the harvest could be used for human consumption.

        Some reflections, maybe off the main topic.

  7. Robert Barricklow on February 21, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    “They who have put out
    the peoples eyes
    reproach them
    for their blindness”.
    – John Milton, 1642.

    There is no public eye;
    there is only the corporate eye.

    One aspect of this is, of course, not to identify specific historic events – as one might a quiz show contestant – but to think intelligently and crtically about them, and to be able to relate them to broader social issues.
    It is, of course, the essence of democracy that we NOT trust and NOT have faith in our leaders. Democracy is a system built on DIStrust. When it works we get real debate, investigation, exposure & accountability.
    TRUST ONLY: A Vigilant, Informerd, Distrustful Citizenry – We The People.
    The wrong turn in Albuquerque was the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.
    Since the the international money power has cast decptions, not only far and wide, but woven them into the very fabric of society itself. It can be harder to notice that information has become more difficult to find. It is hard, in other words, to know what you don’t know.
    The law has become an instrument of control NOT an instrument of protection.]
    Thus the danger, in certain strong communities founded on simular, steadfast individual members, is an increasing, INHERITED STUPIDITY, which follows all stability like its shadow.

    • Elm on February 21, 2013 at 1:10 pm

      A concealed basis for control, is Copyright law. See “The Name Game…”

      The founding fathers rejected democracy, this due to its tendency to degenerate into a rule of the mob. The system is designed to promote distrust & insecurity. The constitutional republic was designed for trust. This trust has been violated. For instance… The “Office” of the President of the united states is an “Office” not a man. The man acts as a trustee for the Office. The “Office” is a position of trust & represents the informed will, moral conscience & intention of the natural born & naturalized citizenry. So, whereas a demobracy may be predicated upon mistrust, a constitutional republic such as that founded in 1776, is founded upon trust. What we have today, is what appears to be an oxymoron — “Totalitarian Democracy,” but these are birds-of-a-feather.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 21, 2013 at 1:43 pm

        The constitution has been stepped upon so much, as to be just an elaborately & expesive prop of illusionary magical powers. It was snuffed out in 1934 with an emergency power grab. If that one doesn’t pass the sniff test, than the 2001 power coup instituted another COG(continuity of government).
        The constitution is peculiarly, and almost exclusively, the special instrument of politicians and, of course, their close friends, a nuance understood by very few. It is not an “open” constitution like the British but very much a closed labyrintine affair.
        For all governments are governments of men, who write and interpret the laws more or less adhere to some, often violate others, trim and shade still others, as the self-serving circumstances of the moment seem to dictate, and often boldly lie about more or less subtly misrepresent what they are doing.
        Sheldon Wolin coined the term “inverted totalitarianism” which projects power inwards – it exploits the authority and resources of the state, gains its dynamic by combining with other forms of power, such as evangelical religions, and most notably by wncouraging a symbiotic relationship between traditional government and the system of “private” goverance represented by the modern business corporation; and now have available technologies of control, intimidation. and mass manipulation far surpassing those of earlier times.

        • Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2013 at 7:25 pm

          Again, thanks for the links Elm.

  8. kamutef on February 21, 2013 at 9:53 am

    Keep calm and make Orgonite.

  9. charlesfrith on February 21, 2013 at 9:36 am

    Always useful to see what Douglas Dietrich has to say about Roswell. Psyops from beginning to end. That’s what the documents he whistle blew say and then when you read Legacy of Ashes with CIA agents running around drumming up UFO and twin headed stories in South America it fits like a glove.

  10. amrta on February 21, 2013 at 7:12 am

    The biggest danger to “perception management” is where we no longer believe what we see.

    That state serves the controllers very nicely. Then when we perceive anomalies, we have not the confidence to acknowledge the validity of the perception and pursue its meaning.

    “I’ll only believe it when its printed in peer-reviewed scientific literature.” Then you will only perceive a very narrow band of phenomena and your reality will be blinkered. The word anomaly is a bit of a misnomer, when you begin to realize that most of reality is anomalous.

    When the police are beating us up in the streets, but the evening news says everything is fine. Then, “Maybe I didn’t see what I thought I saw…”

  11. amrta on February 21, 2013 at 7:01 am

    “Weather modification uses many more carriers than things perhaps sprayed from planes. Again see Wilhelm Reich.”

    Not sure what you mean by carriers. Could you explain?


    • Yaj on February 21, 2013 at 7:18 am

      Well, modalities, energetics, forces, etc. “Carriers” remains a very good choice.

      See, Reich or Demeo, or Trevor Constable, and many others.

  12. Geraldo Lino on February 21, 2013 at 6:29 am

    Dear Mr Farrell:

    Although they are not directly related to this post, you and the readers should take a look at these notes concerning the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works’ compact fusion reactor project. Will it be possible that they’re following on the footsteps of Dr Ronald Richter, of the Huemul project fame?

    Greetings from Rio de Janeiro.

  13. Yaj on February 21, 2013 at 6:17 am

    Gold is valuable, that’s perception management.

    The second law of thermodynamics is total and there is no such thing as an open system, that’s perception management which fits nicely with the gold thing. (Also burning is the only form of energy fits nicely in that mess.)

    There was no world wide civilization before now, and there’s nothing before ancient Egypt or perhaps India or Sumeria.

    There is no periodic table of elements beyond the accepted one, more perception management. (This confined thinking has huge implications for industrial agriculture and genetics.)

    More perception management: Imaginary numbers can’t be used to model the real world, general perception management which is admittedly contradicted by advanced math and electrical engineering. Also what’s 3i raised to the fourth power again?

    Then: Both Wilhelm Reich and Viktor Schauberger wrote about man made global warming more than 50 years ago, and Schauberger in those terms. That’s not perception management.

    Weather modification uses many more carriers than things perhaps sprayed from planes. Again see Wilhelm Reich.

    Incompletely understood solar system energetics and planetary energetics is certainly a possible cause of global warming, but punting such things being exclusively the cause of global warming is itself perception management; perception management used repeatedly by Bill O’Reilly and Fox News.

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