As most of you know by now, I like The Daily Bell, and though I have reservations and indeed questions about its unwavering support of the so-called Austrian school of economics, in the main I believe the folks at the Bell have it correct: one of the chief means of the financial oligarchy that we refer to less-than-lovingly as the Anglo-American elite has for control is that of controlling what people think of as human history, and that suppression of inconvenient facts of  human history is one of them.

Now, with that in mind, consider this article:

Directed History: Lunacy or Truth?

In in that consideration, consider these statements even more closely:

Gradually, people rediscovered a whole past that had been lost to them. Not for nothing was the Church apparently complicit in the (long ago) burning of the Library in Alexandria. But knowledge about ancient Greeks and Romans (and Egyptians) and ultimately about the scientific method itself was gradually rediscovered. The darkness was lifted a little.

And today, even more. After World War I, the League of Nations was created. After World War II, the United Nations came into being along with the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and the modern Bank for International Settlements. Before the 20th century there were hardly any central banks and today there are 150 or more of them, mostly controlled by the BIS.

We can take the second paragraph first, since in our view, the first of the above paragraphs is more significant. So, let us dispense quickly with the second: By now it is well known that the purpose of the BIS or Bank of International Settlements was to act as a central bank to central banks. It was the brainchild of none other than Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht of Germany's Reichsbank, and of the Bank of England's Montague Norman and the US Fed's Benjamin Strong, among many others who helped create the monster and to vivify it as a financial Frankenstein. In its conception, it was to be the feudal liege lord to all other central bank obligations. It was to have international "soveriengty" of a sort, since part of the charter of its establishment included the proviso that, in the event of war, it was not to be attacked by any of the warring parties. In otherwords, Schacht & Co. knew fully well that there would be another war between Germany and her old western allied nemeses. One doesn't have to go very far to read this story: one can find it in Carroll Quigley's Tragedy and Hope, and in the various books recounting the financial wheeling and dealing between Wall Street and the Nazis, such as the late Anthony Sutton's Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, part of a trilogy of eye-opening books which included Wall Street and the Rise of Roosevelt and Wall Street and the Rise of the Bolsheviks.

It is the first paragraph that drew my attention, with its implication that the Church was behind the burning of the Library of Alexandria, and that the scientific method was re-discovered in modern times. Indeed, this is a case currently being argued both within the academic mainstream (believe it or not), and the alternative research community. I myself have entertained these views.

But here I must depart company a bit with the Daily Bell and some of its own preoccupations.  These positions are not yet established nor accepted positions. They are in the process of being argued, and it remains to be seen if they will become the generally adopted paradigms of human history. If so, then, yes, I am agreed with the Daily Bell that this will in large part have been effected by the internet.

Yet, what lies behind this perhaps-to-be-coming paradigm shift lies something else, and it is as old as the first information revolution - the printing press - itself: that is, no technology can replace research, no technology can replace, so to speak, the footnote. In the final analysis, to paraphrase the forgotten author Leonard Wibberly, while the sword and the internet may speak louder and stronger at any given moment, it is still the pen that, over time, speaks the loudest and most forcefully of all. So a corrective word to the wise: it isn't just the internet revolution that is now challenging the Anglo-American and European oligarchs, it is also good old fashioned research and a blizzard of footnotes, coupled with the popular dissemination that the internet makes possible.

Quigley and Sutton wrote long before there was an internet, and their work remains the core around which many other researchers have fastened their own research, adding an ever-expanding volume of facts to it. To be sure, the internet was reponsible for informing a vast group of people that otherwise would never have heard of them. But in the end, there remains NO substitute for research.

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. kamutef on February 8, 2013 at 8:34 pm

    Off topic:
    Looks like the NASA photoshop guys are suffering from edit fatigue and forgot/ missed editing out this metal artefact in some Mars rock.

    Looking forward also to the forthcoming spin, ie, shiny rock, light anomaly, weather balloon fragments anyone 🙂

    • amunaor on February 8, 2013 at 10:43 pm

      Ribbed Glass Conduit:

      Some kind of growth, some think coniferous:

      Rectilinear symmetry, suggesting artificiality:

      Hoagland discusses surrounding area into which NASA rover Curiosity was set down into. I think presentation took place September of 2012 and some of the beginning remarks are on point considering ET’s introduction to humans by the Masters of the Universe at Davos:

      Watch 1st video (Confirming Ancient Intelligence on Mars):

      • kamutef on February 9, 2013 at 10:13 am

        Thanks Amunaor,

        Great video from Hoagland.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 9, 2013 at 11:54 am

        I second what kamutef says.

      • Margaret on February 9, 2013 at 12:07 pm

        Amunaor, Thanks for the post. Do you have a good link for ‘rectilinear symmetry’? (not the same as ‘coniferous growth’). Very interesting video and I don’t doubt life on Mars in the past. I give Hoagland credit however much he tends to indulge in hyperbole and over exercise his imagination [apartment ruins and a feature resembling modern millionaire’s desert home on pilings?]. It’s a fascinating topic anyway … will continue to follow.

        • amunaor on February 9, 2013 at 4:08 pm

          Margaret, sorry, I seem to have posted the same link twice.

          If you type into your search engine: MARS ANOMALIES, after search has completed select ‘Images’ at top of browser. You’ll be presented with numerous images of rectilinear symmetry and other exciting things to look at.

          Yes, Hoagland does get a little over excited with his descriptive words; like a kid in the candy store; much to his detriment at times, but they are the only comparable icons, or symbols present within our contemporary tool-box of mental processes by which to grasp and compare what is possibly being observed. Sort of like Ezekiel attempting to convey an experience unfamiliar to him by extruding the thoughts of his experience into familiar symbols…wheels with wheels etc.

          I think Hoagland does an excellent job by using a comparison of mangled Titanic junk resting on the Earth’s seabed with that of possible mangled metallic junk on another orb, artifact of relics wrought in the maelstrom of unimaginable forces.

          Keep in mind that the Titanic junk is only a few decades old, compared to the mangled stuff on Mars.

          Hoagland’s video has some of examples of ‘rectilinear symmetry’: the fallout of intelligent activity, similar if one were to find ‘calcite’ in any one of its forms: the ash of life.

          At least Hoagland hasn’t been stymied by the stone-mallet/copper-chisel cabal!

          • Robert Barricklow on February 10, 2013 at 5:14 pm

            tibit – titantic/olympic switch would mean; that these artifacts are, in reality, the “olympic” ones.

            the first 9/11 scale conspiracy gordon duff

            You probably knew that;
            but I couldn’t resist.

          • Margaret on February 11, 2013 at 1:51 am

            Thanks Amunaor, I found quite a few good images. The most fascinating are the ribbed glass tubes; some seem to have just the ribs w/out the tube. Re the first link [growth], at [image 7775] NASA describes it as a tantalizing ‘tree’ illusion due to dust eruptions: “What appears to be trees rising from the Martian surface are actually dark streaks of collapsed material running down sand dunes due to carbon dioxide frost evaporation.” But marsanomalyresearch[dot]com in Report 177 ‘Mars Dunes, Trees & Technology?’ is skeptical of the ‘official’ explanation and points out that there “appears” to be vegetative bushy heads, trunks and root balls showing in the enlarged images, but not definitively enough to contradict NASA . Still very interesting to speculate. Speaking of which, I really can’t be critical of Hoagland; he’s far more informed than I am! If skepticism enters it’s from comments made by other ‘experts’ in the field. And science would not get very far w/out such imaginative minds willing to go beyond convention. After all, we are treated to plenty of enriched ‘high octane’ speculation here too 😉

        • amunaor on February 11, 2013 at 2:32 am

          Speculation, or do you mean intuition, driven by churning remembrances bubbling up from the depths of the akashic record; Jung’s collective unconscious? 😎

          • Margaret on February 11, 2013 at 8:22 am

            Yes, much better said, amunaor! Sometimes, when I look up at the sky on a clear night, I sense that Earth was not my only home.

  2. amunaor on February 8, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    Nice flow chart Joseph!

    It is a fact that in order to get a people to submit, you must sever their anchor to who they are and where they came from; setting generations to drift aimlessly and after a period of time the new seed becomes a malleable mass of ignorance, which succeeded in allowing the ‘church’ to incite the fanaticism in its blind creature into torching the tomes that carried their past.

    Ralph Epperson is correct in his observation that nothing of major consequences happens by accident.

    On a close-up fractal level all events appears as disjointed unrelated episodes blooming here and there, but it is only when you pull back to view the big picture that the dirty ‘Scarlet Thread’ makes its appearance woven throughout the entire fabric.

    Lame-Stream brushes all conspiracy aside as though it were some undesirable affliction, not to be countenanced; which has simply developed into a psychological barb to discredit; condemning any and all afflicted individuals in the eyes of the crowd, ridicule that automatically repels anyone else that might consider poking around in territory not sanctioned by the Directors of Canonized History and Consensual Realty.

    Con – meaning against…
    Spire – from the Latin, to breath:

    … us the result: to breathe against; from which is derived terms such as: con-job, con-artist, or confidence man, all of which are individual conspirators.

    The fact of the matter is that history is replete with conspiracies. The American Revolution was a conspiracy against the King of England, a premiere example.

    Then we have the all familiar, all for ‘One’ 3-Muskateers: Schacht, Norman and Strong. Whose progeny today writhes and oozes a wretched rancid odor.

    Leave No Stone Unturned!

  3. marcos toledo on February 8, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    You forgot to mention the libraries of the Native Americans and the Roko Roko tablets of the Rapa Nuians as well. And how about the living books of the peoples who didn’t write things down who were murdered. This the Age of Clay and Iron where ignorance reigns supreme. Now we have paperback books the price of hardbacks so people who whated to educate themselves can’t anymore and instead of burning the libraries the shut them down with the bookstores as well welcome to the New Dark Ages.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2013 at 3:47 pm

      Well said.

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Turn over every stone. Don’t take the word of anyone. Question authority. Research is key, as is the critical thinking that goes with it.
    As far as “international sovereignty” goes, the international banking cartel, with their control of Nations’ currencies, are a de facto international form of sovereignty.
    The “rulers” have the people in their crosshairs. They are after ther mindset of the peole, to manage the peoples’ perceptions through control of information/education & other inputs. Garbage in’Garbage out. The interface is turning by degrees. Once the tipping point flips, then there will truly be a “polar” shift, in the world’s viewpoint. One that benefits mankind/earth, as a whole; NOT, the “few elitists”, who are leading a path towards destruction, a path known as “The New World Order”.

    • Elm on February 9, 2013 at 1:30 am

      It’s really not a “new” world order, but rather the odor of an old world – the same old stale odor potentized with modern technological leverage.

      Often the question is asked, how could the Holocaust & its millions of victims have taken place in a nation as civilized as Germany? That music, science, art and technology are used to describe civility are false reference points. These are “civilization” neutral. All societies, civilized or not such as they are, have their own music, art and technology. All can be used to either enhance or destroy civility. As loss of “innocence” is not necessarily a loss of naivety, as much as it has been a loss of cultural refinement, dignity, modesty, prudence, intellect, understanding, wisdom, statesmanship & a host of other human qualities befitting civility.

      The two pillars of a civilized society are honest weights & measures, & a moral & healthy sexual constitution, both of which were lost to the Weimar Republic & increasingly are being lost to the “civilized” West. See, A Dance Between The Flames by Anton Gill. Or watch Tin Drum, The Damned or Cabaret for glimpses into Weimar & post Weimar Kulture (1919-1933).

      That American has lost much of her civility, while simultaneously increasing exponentially in scientific & technological ability, is foreboding. Science & technology in the absence of morality is an ominous & toxic mix.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 9, 2013 at 9:36 am

        My sentiments exactly.

        Today, she has been dolled up in a markatable doulble speak product known as The New world Order. Alas, it’s still the same Old Rich Female Dog continuing the game of the wealthy against the working majority, again confounded by debt; but with a wicked added twist, a controlled MASS Media; and, yes there’s still the tried and true good old corporate/cfr political puppets, whether dressed up as President$, Senator$, Congressperson$, Prime Minister$, Dictator$, Premier$, King$, or Queen$. Take for example Michelle Obama’s White House Staff, that Jim Marrs has listed with salaries and positions – I’am afraid even Marie Antoinette would blush at such extravagance.

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