A few days ago I blogged about an unusual negotiation between Japan and the USA to monitor "space debris"... or, space "whatever," a blog that was based on an article in a Chinese news service (presumably of Communist, not Nationalist, China). There I pointed out that one of the unusual points about the negotiation was that one provision apparently was to cover both countries monitoring "space ships" and reporting their data to each other:

"But there is that “second interpretation” that hovers over the words “Japan and the United States on Monday held their first meeting of the Comprehensive Dialogue on Space and agreed to cooperate in monitoring ships from space, local media report.” The phrase “ships from space” is just barely ambiguous enough to tolerate the meaning “terrestrial space capsules”, but it is also ambiguous enough to mean “ships from elsewhere” and indeed, most speakers of English would take it in this last sense, as an oblique reference to…


This followed, of course, in the wake of the "meteor" that exploded above the major Russian city of Chelyabinsk, and stories that began to surface (in the Russian media!) that the meteor may have been shot down by "someone." All this occurred about one month after former Russian Federation President Dmitri Medvedev made a statement to the effect that Russia was going to build its own asteroid defense system. The Chelyabinsk meteor and its alleged deliberate destruction was thus viewed by some - and I entertain the suspicion myself - as a "demonstration of capabilities."

Well, now NASA is getting into the act with proposals for a Directed Energy Solar Targeting of Asteroids and exploration, or DE-STAR:

"UC Santa Barbara physicist Philip M. Lubin and California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo researcher Gary B. Hughes have unveiled plans for DE-STAR (cough, cough), or Directed Energy Solar Targeting of Asteroids and exploRation. The system, they say, could slowly vaporize earth-bound rocks over the course of as much as a year. From a UC Santa Barbara news release (emphasis mine):


Described as a 'directed energy orbital defense system,' DE-STAR is designed to harness some of the power of the sun and convert it into a massive phased array of laser beams that can destroy, or evaporate, asteroids posing a potential threat to Earth. It is equally capable of changing an asteroid's orbit –– deflecting it away from Earth, or into the Sun –– and may also prove to be a valuable tool for assessing an asteroid's composition, enabling lucrative, rare-element mining. And it's entirely based on current essential technology.'"(See Proposed Asteroid-Destroying Satellite Sounds An Awful Lot Like A Death Star, My thanks to Ms. P.H. for this story).
Notably the article concludes with the comment that the White House will never go for it.
This, to my mind, is rather like expecting that the White House is briefed on all the UFO Data the US government has been collecting for decades, or knows all about ever black projects program ever to come along. In fact, the idea of such solar-powered space mirrors isn't new at all (believe it or not, the Nazis thought of it, and it was one of the long-range projects cooked - or perhaps one should say, kooked - up by SS General Hans Kammler's "think tank", the Kammlerstab). 
In any case, what I think we have here, folks, is a bit of that "let's talk openly and publicly about what we've been doing for years secretly" game.  If the Russians are talking about asteroid defense, they probably already have their asteroid dreadnoughts up there, and that, of course will require a response from everyone else concerned in space. In short, Von Braun's statements to Dr. Carol Rosin in the celebrated Rosin Affidavit, of weaponizing space to defend, first against asteroids, then against "ET", appear to be a step closer to reality.
And that means we must no longer think in terms merely of geopolitics, but of planeto-politics (by which I mean something akin to "geopolitics" and "exopolitics" combined).
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. incognito on April 8, 2013 at 9:29 pm


  2. johnycomelately on April 3, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    The people of the ‘electric universe’ ilk will certainly look at this with a jaundiced eye.

    Has man ever devised a ‘defensive weapon’?

    So we started off with individual weapons (spears, arrows, muskets, rifles), went to group weapons (cannons, rockets, bombs), then to regional weapons (nuclear, biological, chemical) and now planetary weapons.

    A strange reoccurrence amongst occultist thought is that one day they are going to fight a returning Jesus, I always took it figuratively but now I don’t know.

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 4, 2013 at 8:22 am

      The Hindus are pretty adamant that the Gods have returned on several occasions to vanquish their enemies in their time of need. Maybe not a returning Jesus, but possibly his Father Indra, Lord of the Gods.

  3. henry on April 3, 2013 at 6:03 pm

    “Now, indeed, space debris would be a national security issue, but not one normally within the “mission brief” at the rarefied level of the President’s National Security Council.”

    In other words, “space debris” is just a “cover story”.

    If “space debris” is not the real “threat from space” that have the Japanese concerned, what else?

    While the recent Chelyabinsk meteor incident got the most publicity, meteors were also falling from sky elsewhere about the time of the Russian one.

    Another thing that escaped publicity, apart from meteors, the Japanese also have to watch out for “volcano eruptions”.!

    Of course, volcanic activities are nothing new to the Japanese, and the Sakurajima erupts when meteors were heading towards Japan may well be just a coincidence, but here is the intriguing part, not only the Sakurajma have been very active in recent years, but something occurred simultaneously with Sakurajima’s eruption in 2011 that “coincidence” can’t explain.

    Right after the Fukushima disaster in 2011, you have Benjamin Fulford, the spokesperson for “the white dragon society”, claiming the event was “man-made” (kind of “the first” person to do so), more subsequent claims by him were “the madrid fault line is next” and “the Japanese were threatened with the setting off of the Mount Fuji”.

    Here, both of the following articles mentioned the threat to set off Mount Fuji (search “Mount Fuji)

    Fulford even urged people who still don’t think such technologies exist the proof and the admission of the existence of the technology by U.S. Department of Defense’s website
    “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, here is the thing that MSM managed to neglect when it comes to Japan’s “natural disasters” in recent years, that not only Sakurajima, but Fukushima as well, are shrouded in “the mystery of the UFO phenomenon”.

    Now, the same type of phenomenon that troubled the Sakurajima in 2010 is back, just a week before the meteor shower in Japan, Chelyabinsk and elsewhere.

    And it seems, as UFOs would appear when there is volcanic activity, they would also appear when there is a meteor falling from the sky.

    And the “newest” insider information is, as i suspected, spilling out what has been really going on between competing factions for the global financial authority , “a secret high-tech/space war”.

    Perhaps, misread “space debris” as “space ships” is just your average bad Chinglish translation, or perhaps not.

  4. LSM on April 3, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    “the “meteor” that exploded above the major Russian city of Chelyabinsk”- if the film footage(s) of the “meteor” is/are to be taken seriously since when do ‘meteors’ travel horizontally?

  5. kamutef on April 3, 2013 at 2:15 pm

    Off topic, but one for the transhumanists:
    Russian billionaire plans to make humans immortal by 2045:

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 4, 2013 at 8:23 am

      Who the hell would want to live forever?

  6. DownunderET on April 3, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    DE-STAR indeed, well this idea is going to cost a lot of money, and I think I’ve got a better idea.

    Go get Marduk or Ninurta and get them to “re-furbish” the Great Pyramid into it’s former glory as a weapon/machine and then you could “fry” any incoming in a heart beat. Then you could rearrange the solar system to your own custom design.

    The cosmos is doing just fine and all they want to do is mess with it. These NASA jockeys have nothing better to do all day than dream up ways of insulting “mother nature” and pocking a stick in her eye, mindless twits.

  7. Robert Barricklow on April 3, 2013 at 11:34 am

    These Deep Events are man-made, although not without, our ancient-cousins influence.
    The civert wars are esculating in nature/signature.
    There is; howver, always the possible revisit of both cousins & asteroids. The time frame, at this time point, looks to be out-of-sequence however.
    Still, I can’t shake this dialetic of two-sides, beinging tossed about by one hand, to achieve some purpose. Although, they “appear” independent; I can’t discard, an ace being hidden for play at the opportune moment.

  8. marcos toledo on April 3, 2013 at 10:29 am

    This technology has offence uses as well. Their are stories of the USA interfering with Russian-Soviet Mars probes. By the way I did not my daily news letter from your website today in my inbox today what gives and there no way I can recieve any reply to this subject box beneth post comment I can check and a box to check for future post why is that missing also.

  9. Frankie Calcutta on April 3, 2013 at 8:06 am

    When you start deflecting space debris, particularly on a galactic level such as stellar dust, you open up a whole new can of worms— the old “not in my backyard” conflict comes into play. If you send the atmosphere destabilizing debris from an exploded star into another solar system or galaxy, who is to say we might not be instigating a conflict with someone who equally does not want space debris pushed in their direction?

    I would also add that tampering with the Sun could be an astrologer’s worse nightmare. If you are born while the Sun is in the process of being manipulated, does that alter the effects the Sun has on an individual’s astrological chart and therefore the accuracy of the otherwise precise science of astrology? Or, are these factors already weighed in by the Universe in its karmic laws?

    On a similar note, and going back to Dr. Farrell’s recent blog on the hidden ramifications of nuclear detonations, what effect do these nuclear events have on the birth of an individual if they are producing unseen occurrences in space/time? Is a nuclear detonation close to Earth adding more Star power to an individual who just happens to be entering the world at that given moment? For that matter, could a Dr. Farrell have been born at the moment the Russians or the US were testing one of their mega-sized hydrogen bombs? Or, on the other side of the coin, could some one like Ted Bundy have been born at one of these unusual moments when ruptures in the field may have been occurring?

  10. Yaj on April 3, 2013 at 6:14 am

    Is there any evidence that Russia shot that meteor down?

    Also people have claimed that the 1908 Tunguska meteor was shot down by some ancient planetary defense system–no not Tesla.

    • bdw000 on April 3, 2013 at 9:34 am

      I thought the Tesla explanation, while not “proof,” very interesting.

      Didn’t he “fire up” Wardenclyffe just hours before Tunguska??

      Something to keep in mind, just in case . . . .

      • Yaj on April 3, 2013 at 10:29 am

        Didn’t know the device on Long Island ever got fired up.

        See my choice of the word “ancient”.

      • Robert Barricklow on April 3, 2013 at 11:27 am

        Tungusta was Telsa inspired explosive deep event.

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