Joseph talks more about the papal resignation, and indulges in high octane speculation regarding the Chelyabinsk meteor, and the following interesting article from RT:

Russia to spend billions on asteroid defense

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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. HAL838 on March 13, 2013 at 5:04 pm

    Ah, the games that people play…
    it seems to be that a lot of people are actually enjoying
    the New World Order grab for global governance;
    but I also remember getting those vibes from here before.

  2. LSM on March 8, 2013 at 7:01 am

    since when do so-called meteorites falling to the earth travel primarily horizontally (if the following YouTube-d Russian news source has credibility)?:

    if the video is genuine then we “ain’t” dealing with a meteorite

    • HAL838 on March 13, 2013 at 4:54 pm

      Are you kidding? What are the odds for a straight up,
      dead on tragectory?

  3. Enlil's a Dog on March 7, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    Good post, Sophia!

    Nothing would surprise me anymore to be honest. In the end there has to be a reason for the gold obfuscation, all the black opps activity and everything else. Perhaps it does have its origins dating back 250,000 years – and to our creation.

    I think that one just needs to de-program oneself from the perceived relaity on the planet and just take a hard look at what is really happening around us.

    I was listening to an old mp3 Dr Farrell did with George Ann Hughes from their Grid of The Gods series a couple of days ago and something he said reminded me of the old Sumerian creation myth. He was talking about Dr Bryan Sykes’s work regarding the European Haplogroup mapping where Sykes discovered we have 7 Mitochondrial mothers all stemming from the one original.

    The Sumerian myth speaks of the 7 birth goddesses and Ninhursaga – the original.

    I wonder?!

    • Sophia on March 7, 2013 at 8:59 pm

      Thank you for the kind assssment, E’s a Dog. As for the 7 and Ninhursaga – have to find time to brush up on my Stitchin (spelling?) -, I think that the real value is in identifying the right questions to ask. One shouldn’t assume something is a coincidence. (Which you got right in voicing your question.) Regardless of what the broader truth really is in all of this, it would be rather nice to know it.



      • Enlil's a Dog on March 7, 2013 at 9:22 pm

        Actually the birth goddess reference is something that Sitchen has expanded upon in his theory, but it has its origins in legitimate academic translations, ala, Kramer, Jacobsen, et al. It’s not a Sitchen thing which in itself gives it even more credibilty as a possibility lol.

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 7, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    Looking at this in a “control frame” ranging from a primal control to a technical control & degrees therein. Either an ancient outline is mastering the coincidences, or incountering unplanned resistance. I would prefer disruption over compliance, whether conscious or unconscious; but suspect the deceptions are running silent at the deepest levels.

    Still, there’s that fellow who always shows up at your party or parade/
    Supporting a law that I endorse, w/o prejudice or remorse.

    So here’s to murphy showing up at their annual sinister ball,
    dancing with the ‘best’ of them.

  5. DownunderET on March 7, 2013 at 7:04 pm

    Dr Farrell;

    If the vidchatz IS going ahead tomorrow (fri 8th) can you please confirm by marking it on the event calendar…TY

  6. bdw000 on March 7, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    I don’t really know anything about meteors, but it seemed to me that when the meteor exploded, it was just way, way too bright (brighter than the sun, in fact). When dynamite explodes, is it really, really, bright?? Nope. Now, what kind of explosive is known for a brilliant flash of light when it explodes? Nuclear.

    Again, I am no expert. I’m just open to human causes of that extremely bright meteor explosion.

  7. Sophia on March 7, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Hello? Radio check, over. Any station, any station, this is Sophia, radio check, over.

  8. Sophia on March 7, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    Dr. F.,

    Concerning gold, have you read Michael Tellinger’s “Slave Species of God”? From memory, it’s a South African literalist interpretation of myth, suggesting that humanity served to produce / deliver gold to some sort of overlords. Not inconsistent with some of your earlier work. Have you considered or dismissed an extremely speculative possibility that the gold obfuscation results from some sort of MIB “tax”?

    Are you familiar with the distinction between Information Operations and Psychological Operations? The latter is a subset of the former. Concerning the Russian asteroid defence, what if this was an Info Op to pre-empt the memetic effect of the von Braun progression? As in seeing the trap and triggering it before you (we, society) walk into it? If the “alternative view” is even partially correct, and the Russians are paying attention, they would have recognized the slow progression of the asteroid meme in the western press as of late.

    By having a Russian counter asteroid “system,” it disrupts the asteroid meme of the von Braun progression (or may be a very clever part of it). It’s no longer a world-wide threat – the Russians are taking care of it. In Star Wars terms, the Russians may have attempted to break the chain of the “Phantom Menace.”

    Wildly speculative, and thrown out for comment.


    • bdw000 on March 7, 2013 at 6:51 pm

      Continuing to speculate:

      Maybe “someone’ sent the asteriod to Russia just to see how Russia would respond (in order to find out what their capabilities were)? The old “throw a rock around the corner to see if anyone shoots at it” movie scene.

      • liquid911 on March 8, 2013 at 1:37 am

        mhmm I was just thinking the same,

        “If the space object is discovered beforehand, at least a MONTH** – prior -, to possible collision with Earth, – there, is time – …to find out its size, and consider **various measures**, of (its), elimination.”

        “The (execution of a really complicated operation) will require at least a YEAR**, Rykhlova pointed out. (I wonder what a “really complicated operation”, is, in THAT context TO them, if the blowing up of an asteroid on a collision course with Earth, is not THE ONE?)

        “Therefore, our **emergency aid** is a rocket with a nuclear warhead,” she concluded.

        THAT, the last sentence, is the one that gets me, seems they haven’t changed their ‘1st response’ to a ‘surprise attack’, remember the Norway Spiral ? 😉

        But who’s sending a meteor, and if Russia DID shoot down a meteor traveling @ that speed, does this also possibly confirm the potential to shoot down a similar traveling object, say: a space shuttle ?


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