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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 May 19, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    The top of the page announcement of new interviews is very welcome.

    This recent interview raised some questions so I am just thinking out loud:

    —regarding warp drive, I just watched the new Star Trek movie. In the movie two starships engage in combat while in warp drive. Would this be possible? My equations say no.

    — did President Truman force Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau out of the cabinet so he wouldn’t get wind of all the Japanese plunder and ruin the plans? Isn’t it ironic that if Secretary Morgenthau had paid more attention to the Japanese theater and had not been so obsessed with punishing average Germans, he might have heard about Operation Golden Lily and could have swiped that gold for the banksters and stopped the nazis from re-establsihing themselves in the even more formidable and humanity threatening Breakaway Civilization? How different would history be if the banksters did get that Japanese loot? Would they have had enough gold to buy out most of the world and turned it into a global plantation as early as the 1950’s? What a turn of events to have that much gold drop into the laps of their competition. The banksters probably were dancing the hava nagila right after WWII thinking they had total victory without an adversary in sight in the western world. The world was truly their oyster. Next thing you know they are relegated to the role of broker to some smart alecks in the intelligence agencies who succeeded in really reaping the fruits of WWII.

    — On that note, did Secretary Forrestal’s murder have anything to do with this loot? When there is gold involved, it usually trumps any other motives for murder. Somebody making sure he or the Navy didn’t get their cut? Or was he being a goody two shoes and demanding the Japanese plunder be turned over to the Treasury (banksters)?

    –Will we ever know if the Chinese Li family was plundered by Operation Golden Lily? That would most likely mean a vendetta against both the Japanese and the US for not returning their gold. Hence, David Li’s retaliatory financial bomb?

    — could the alien Greys be what happens when transhumanism goes awry? Horribly transmuted homo sapiens now envious of their former selves? Possibly even traveling back in time to our present to tinker with themselves (ourselves) to change the outcome of their previous experiments which resulted in an ugly, dimensionally trapped, hive mentality transhuman disaster.

    • LSM on May 20, 2013 at 10:21 am

      you’re asking many valid questions, Frankie (Morgenthau, Truman, Forrestal, etc.)-

      as for the Li family (I’ve been aware they’re an Illuminati family- for whatever that means- but their real importance in the world financial chess game was first made aware to me in “Babylon’s Banksters”)-

      MY complicated question would be: was the Li family in collusion with the Japanese/Anglo-American elite in the financial rape of the far east, and if so, were they betrayed at the end by the Anglosphere or were they just riding piggy-back on the Anglosphere’s influence only at the end to “stick it” to the Anglosphere, or as you stated: ” David Li’s retaliatory financial bomb”-

      I don’t have the answer- am just trying to connect dots- stay well-


      • Frankie Calcutta on May 20, 2013 at 11:01 am

        Hey Larry,

        “MY complicated question would be: was the Li family in collusion with the Japanese/Anglo-American elite in the financial rape of the far east, and if so, were they betrayed at the end by the Anglosphere ”

        I would have a hard to believing the Li family was in on the Japanese plunder of China unless they cut a deal to turn other Chinese gold hoarders in but they would be relying on the Japs’ word of honor not to hurt them and steal the Li family gold. But who knows? Was the plunder of Asia, just like the simultaneous plunder of Europe, being directed by a higher power? I’m thinking a much higher power.

        I think the Chinese gold hoarders were three time losers in my estimation. They turned their gold over to the anglosphere for safekeeping when the Japanese invaded and didn’t get that gold back. Nor did they get back the gold that Japanese managed to steal that was later swiped by the allies. Lastly, I’ve always suspected the Chinese were enticed into invading Tibet by the Anglosphere and I bet the carrot on the end of the stick was promises of returned gold. Did they get any of their gold back as promised? Doubtful if I know my banksters.

        And why did the banksters want Tibet invaded? To sack its vast libraries of ancient chronicles and alchemical texts? Or maybe find the clubhouse of that other far more ancient Breakaway Civilization?

        • LSM on May 20, 2013 at 1:02 pm

          ohhh, Frankie, with your answers you’ve just posed many more questions-

          “I would have a hard to believing the Li family was in on the Japanese plunder of China unless they cut a deal to turn other Chinese gold hoarders in but they would be relying on the Japs’ word of honor”: since when once mega-money comes into the picture does a word of honor or an allegiance to a certain country take preference?- never-

          obviously the invasion of Tibet by the Chinese in ’59 was fomented for many reasons (but didn’t the Nazis already plunder enough there or were they too sloppy to get everything?- German “thoroughness” is a myth- I live in Germany so I can state that German bureaucracy is just as flawed as any other archived system)- but back to Tibet: anyone who thinks the Dhahi Lama is actually a benevolent man needs to have his head examined due to lack of information- doesn’t matter if my read sources state he was/is a CIA asset-

          the Dhali Lama stands for serfdom of a populace (his logo: ‘world peace’- right- serfdom is peaceful if the masses are stifled)- but now I’m way off-topic-

          ” I’m thinking a much higher power”- you know it, baby, and it “aint” worldly- but enough from me for now- that a whole other topic and we won’t go there today-

          stay well, Frankie- regards-

          Larry in Germany

  2. LSM on May 18, 2013 at 7:30 am

    yet another tremendous interview, Dr. Farrell- wow!- it never ceases to amaze me how you constantly manage to out-trump yourself- many thanks for posting-

    and I see you continue to recieve more and more attention (it’s about time)- Rense has just recently linked a few of your website reports and I’ve just seen you have a new interview with Santos Bonacci-

    hey, Dr. Farrell, you’re on a roll and may the roll continue!- many regards-

    Larry in Germany

    • henry on May 19, 2013 at 2:05 am

      I agree with you, Larry. I personally believe a big pair of wings are waiting for Dr.Farrell. Well, to use George ann hughes expression: “we are blessed to have Dr.Farrell..”

    • Margaret on May 20, 2013 at 12:07 am

      Thanks Dr. Farrell for posting your latest interview, excellent and thought-provoking as always … hoping you’ll alert us to future ones. [I hope it doesn’t increase your already full work load maintaining the website!]

      Larry, re “new interview with Santos Bonacci” – Do you have a link for that? I couldn’t locate it. The one dated 5/14/13 on the AFR Bonacci archive page is actually the one here with Whitehead, not Bonacci. Also, I’m hoping Rense will post their 5/15/13 interview. Rense wants to do more … I agree, been too long! The interviews are wonderful bait, easy to share, and reel in new readers and members. I like Henry’s idea of wings too, and bless GeorgeAnn as well as Dr. Farrell 😉

  3. Thomas on May 17, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    “Infernal Revenue Service?” I wish I had said that….And I will!

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  4. Patrick OLeary on May 17, 2013 at 8:11 am

    I have read some of your work and other ‘AltDot’ material and thought to tell you about some other work that I have also read and that may pertain to your work.

    Dr. Peter Plichta, God’s Secret Formula (Prime Number code) Element Books, 1997
    Dr. George Michlo, The Push of Gravity, Federal Books, 1993 (similar to Deya)
    Dr. Edgar Guyer, Symmetric Universe, federal Books, 1995

  5. henry on May 17, 2013 at 2:12 am

    It’s interesting to think that both Western and Eastern traditions believe in “immortality”, but what intrigues me is that the Daoist notion of “immortality” is largely “spiritual”, in a way that’s completely inconsistent with the modern “transhumanist” agenda, yet the modern “transhumanism” is derived from Western version of alchemy, which on certain respect is in agreement with Eastern one, i wonder why the discrepancy?

    Four year ago, i was a hardcore “Darwinist” who believed that humanity are nothing but bunch of arrogant upgraded version of Gorillas, who try to glorify themselves by inventing bunch of “holy craps”, that changed after Michael Cremo. That’s probably why i’m so interested in spiritual quest like “immortality” now, because i’ve been deceived once by the materialistic diversion serving the agenda of certain elites, but, perhaps going through materialistic mistakes is a necessary step for “growing up” spiritually?

    I have been wondering, What’s the meaning of life? What it means to be a human-being? What’s the real history of humanity? I reckon part of that is to figure out what’s going on around you, to see the bigger picture. But how am i going to know what i see is “the truth”? Perhaps by being sensible, by being balanced, by achieving inner-peace, by bypassing ego? Then, i wonder which is “primary” and which is “secondary” as far as “the meaning of life” is concerned?

    It’s interesting to know that according to Western tradition, the highest form of “humanity” is “neither male nor female”, as crazy as it may sound, i kind of reached the same conclusion with my own quest for trying to understand the Daoist notion of “immortality”. Perhaps one day i could share that understanding with fellow “Farrell worshippers”, but i haven’t read “Transhumanism” yet, i feel i should read that book first before sharing my “crazy” thoughts on “immortality”.

    Not to mention, i’ve just received “Nazi International” today, i haven’t even finished the first chapter but my head is already fully occupied and busy, so “immortality” will have to wait. Naughty Nazis comes first.

    • MQ on May 17, 2013 at 8:52 pm

      Henry, nice to see you can change your mind about upgraded gorillas 🙂
      Yes, any of Dr. Farrell’s books are mind blowing, each in its own particular vector. I couldn’t duct tape my head back together after Yahweh the two faced god, so blown was my mind.
      As far as TPTB and their obsessions with longevity, transformation, it’s all about meat. Make your meat live longer. Change the shape of your meat or you can’t go to the next level. Gads, it’s all backward. How do you reckon you’ll achieve any spiritual insight if all you’re doing is messing with meat? Not to mention all the unconsenting testing/imprisoning/killing of other people’s meat. Not too good. Anyway, I too read the Cremo book years before I found Dr Farrell. That’s another massive “pull back the curtain” moment.

      • henry on May 19, 2013 at 2:52 am

        “Yes, any of Dr. Farrell’s books are mind blowing”

        No kidding, just one chapter of “Nazi international” will leave me days to wonder, so many things i didn’t know about, and so many things that are so connecting and thought-provoking. I feel these materials will “haunt” me for a long time. And the books are really worth a lifetime to digest, i mean, he is “the book writing machine”, i’m really looking forward to “Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilization” sequel.
        Ah, i’m actually enjoying life reading Dr.Farrell’s work amid all the depression and despair caused by the state of the world. I actually cried when i saw the pictures of those Libyan childrens bombed to pieces, and the same atrocities is happening to the childrens of Syria now, by the hands of the same elites. For one thing, these books helped me to understand why the state of the world is like this. What are the sources of the miseries and human sufferings?

        and, MQ, i completely agree with you on the elites obsession with meat. the illusion is they are so “powerful”, but the truth is they are really “pitiful”.

  6. marcos toledo on May 17, 2013 at 12:32 am

    If the costs of publishing has gone down why due paperbacks now cost between at cheapest nine and eleven dollars. Great interview by the way informative as always.

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