Joseph Comments on Netanyahu's recent trip to Beijing and Moscow, and offers some commentary on the potential long term geopolitical dangers that Mr. Putin has resuscitated:

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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 17, 2013 at 9:11 am

    I would really be interesting in in knowing more of some of the details of the replacement religion. Possibly in a vidchat if it is not going into a book. My question would be: do you think we could ever have a religion where the possession and glorification of gold would be a sin? Has there ever been such a religion? Would this be one of the new Commandments of Farrell-ianity (let’s just say if some good elites asked Dr. Farrell to design a new religion).

    On that note, shouldn’t spiritual alchemists be more concerned with transmuting gold to lead so we can rid the world of the gold scourge? And if that reverse alchemy is not possible, do you think the true marker of an advanced civilization is when they rid the world of all their gold and launch it in to space? Could our un-evolved elites know this and that is why they want to capture asteroids? They are aware that advanced civilizations not only have the power to travel throughout the galaxy, they also have forsaken the cursed yellow metal and have jettisoned it into space?

    • MQ on May 17, 2013 at 9:00 pm

      I’d say there’s been various strains of asceticism to eschew various worldly possessions. Putting up an arbitrary that you must get rid of “X” only creates a must-have for some. It’s also (to some degree) an arbitrary to have gold equate to exchange for goods and services. The real arbitrary is letting some private group control that gold too.

  2. Frankie Calcutta on May 17, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Thanks Henry. I recently read that the Chinese name Chin means metal and is possibly an abbreviation of a longer name that meant yellow metal. So, we have yet one more culture where the people name themselves after gold.

    Regarding white lotus:–ssg051013.php

    This is a must read. The heirloom seed we don’t want to have eradicated. Who brought it here? Bequeathed to us by Earth’s original terraformers? An alchemical plant that can transmute metal among other things? This I suspect it what the ugly ones want to eradicate or at least keep all to themselves. The Sacred Lotus may really be the key to unlocking our past and saving the human genome as well. The truly cosmic plant.

    “In the early 1990s, Shen-Miller led a UCLA research team that recovered a viable lotus seed that was almost 1,300 years old from a lake bed in northeastern China. It was a remarkable discovery, given that many other plant seeds are known to remain viable for just 20 years or less.

    The genome of most other eudicots triplicated 100 million years ago, but the researchers found that the lotus experienced a separate, whole-genome duplication about 65 million years ago.

    Shen-Miller said experts in aging and stress will be eager to study the lotus genes because of the plant’s extraordinary longevity. “The lotus can age for 1,000 years, and even survives freezing weather,” she said. “Its genetic makeup can combat stress. Most crops don’t have a very long shelf life. But starches and proteins in lotus seeds remain palatable and actively promote seed germination, even after centuries of aging.”

    The lotus’ unusual genetics give it some unique survival skills. Its leaves repel grime and water, its flowers generate heat to attract pollinators and the coating of lotus fruit is covered with antibiotics and wax that ensure the viability of the seed it contains.

    Blaby-Haas studied lotus gene families potentially involved in how plants metabolize metals. One family, in particular, caught her attention. “We found that the lotus has 16 of these genes, while most plants have only one or two,” Blaby-Haas said. “Either this is an extremely important protein in the lotus, which is why it needs so many copies, or the duplication allows a novel function to arise; we don’t know which is correct.”

    • henry on May 19, 2013 at 1:27 am

      “I recently read that the Chinese name Chin means metal and is possibly an abbreviation of a longer name that meant yellow metal. So, we have yet one more culture where the people name themselves after gold.”

      There are no such thing as “chin”, supposedly China is named after Qin state that unified China in second century B.C., but even that is a foreign name most likely originated with “cina”, a notion used by ancient India. The Chinese themselves never called their state “China”, they call their state by the specific dynasty/state names of their time, and collectively as “zhongguo/middle kingdom”.

      The word you are trying to associate with gold is “jin”, today the word means “gold”, but historically “jin” specifically refer to “bronze”. It is because gold has the similar color of newly casted bronze wares, that “jin” was used later for “gold”. And that, only points to the fact the Chinese are not obssessed with gold as far as tradition is concerned, as matter of fact, they are obssessed with Jade. Anyway, whether its the name China or the native reference “zhongguo”, they have no association with “gold” whatsoever.

  3. Hammer on May 17, 2013 at 12:12 am

    Dear Mr. Farrell,
    before you came up with the term, “neo-czarist”, I was thinking that Putin seems to see himself as the new Czar of Russia. And I believe I know where this is leading to with Netenyahu going to China and Russia..

  4. DownunderET on May 16, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    “and with “the return of Ming Wang” (Ming=bright/light; Wang=King), the forces of evil will be destroyed”
    Eh anybody who says that someone is going to return in the future is falling into the same old paradigm of the three Yahweh religions.

    Remember what the good Dr. Farrell says………….

    “The Fulfillment is the Deception”

    • henry on May 19, 2013 at 12:41 am

      That’s the “tricky” part i suppose. Dr.Farrell also said “Buddha was probably the one that purged India of human sacrifice culture that briefly appeared in ancient India”.(please note, this is not his exact words, but i believe that’s what he tried to express, correct me if i’m wrong).

      As he says, “human sacrifice” as a cultural phenomenon rose rather “suddenly” and “late” in the process of human development, i can attest to that observation based on my own study of early “neolithic cultures”, that not only there were no “human sacrifice culture” as manifested in later stages of human development, as matter of fact, i believe author Graham Hancock would agree, that the shamanistic tradition is completely inconsistent with the idea of “human sacrifice”.

      I was not all that interested in “the White Lotus” and their religious association before watching Benjamin Fulford’s “interview” with David Rockefeller, let’s put it this way, it’s the big bad “rockfailure” that led me to “the White Lotus”. Since then i’ve been trying to understand the historical and subsequently the cultural and religious background, that would not only cover “the White Lotus”, but the spread of Buddhism as whole, and i make my own assessment on that historical process as an observer.

      Despite its relatively “peaceful history” (perhaps, as compared to “Yahwehist religions”), the spreading of Buddhism as far as i’m concerned, was never “peaceful”, as matter of fact, for large part, the adoption of that religion was facilitated by foreign conquest and political conflicts, which on many occasions it mainly served the interests of the state, or rather the rulers who run the state. It is with this “neutrality”, which made me to understand why religious group like “the White Lotus” was viewed as “heterodox sect” despite their “orthodox” root, because as far as the rulers are concerned, they are “anti-state”, and i would argue such “anti-state” nature of “the White Lotus” was a consequence of the “orthodox” version of the religion, in this case, Buddhism, largely served the interests of the state, rather than the people historically. That’s probably why you can also find “White Lotus” rebellion against the Ming dynasty despite their supposed “affiliation”.

      In other words, any religious belief system is corruptible, because they are often “interpreted” by man with political agendas (including “the White Lotus”), which is true for “Yahwehist”, as well as “non-Yahwehist” religious traditions. But how do we know which is “corrupted” which is not? Who is “corrupted” who is not? and for what reasons and purpose?

      What i did was, i tried to bypass organized religions altogether, finding a “neutral” ground which could be served as a “staging point” for my own investigation, and it really started with Dr. Farrell’s insights on “the rise of human sacrifice culture”, brought by “the devil god” of the Mayans as the result of a conflict with “Quetzalcoatl”.
      So, i used the history that i have easy access to, but most importantly it has to had a similar cultural transition that is corresponding to the Mayan and Indian experience as observed by Dr.Farrell, i.e. the sudden rise/fall of “human sacrifice culture”. To see what was there before the rise of human sacrifice culture (or “rise of Yahwehism”, as i would argue that “Yahwehism” is not strictly “Western” because “the rise of human sacrifice culture” was by no means a “Western” phenomenon), how things changed and what are the connections, and how to piece the puzzles of a mystery so gigantic, perhaps it’s impossible to fully understand it with a lifetime.

      That journey led me to the realms of “the supernaturals”, led me to unconventional ideas and hypothesis that was so “alien” and “disturbing” to me, i was actually plunged into a state of limbo in which i did not want to think about any of it, and it took me more than half a year to break the “emotional shock”/mental block to resume my journey.

      I guess what i’m trying to say is, don’t be too quick to judge, ideas are not doctrines, they should be constantly evolving and adjusting, and a complex problem have no easy answers. “it’s the Jews, the Nazis, the commies, the terrorists, the Americans! the Aliens!”.

      That’s why i don’t affiliate myself to any religion or political parties, because last time i checked they don’t actually solve human problems, on the contrary most of the time they contribute to human problems. Humanity should “grow up” so they won’t need any “nanny” which often turns out to be the “child abusers”.
      That being said, i do think there is a spiritual aspect to “humanity”, and i do think early human cultures had a lot of spiritual messages, some of the later organized religions are direct “descendants” of those early traditions. If i put all “religion” under the same category of “Yahwehism”, i’m afraid i might miss the “good stuffs” inherited by “non-Yahwehist” traditions, and for that matter “Yahwehist” traditions, and perhaps, maybe, just “maybe”, that’s exactly what “Yahwehism” is really about, to confuse humanity, to deny humanity of their “spiritual birth-rights”, and to derail them to the path of materialistic “apocalypse”. For “torsion physics” could be used as planet busting weapons to fulfill the “doomsday prophecies”, but could it also be “the stair way to Heaven” i wonder? Ever wonder why the transhumanist “Elysium” is set in the future with a “ruined earth”?

      This also serves as a response to FC (and thank you for your thoughtful posts), because to fully explain my understanding of “spirituality” based on early shamanistic traditions, and later Taoism in conjunction with Tantric Buddhism and Hinduism, will take more spaces and time, but most importantly “open-mindedness”, maybe we could “die” another day.

  5. Vader_Etro on May 16, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    Vade Retro, “Rootin’ Tootin'” Putin.

  6. montyhigh on May 16, 2013 at 6:27 pm

    Just thought I’d mention that I much prefer an .mp3 download to a youtube for some like this.

    Warm regards. Sent you an honorarium recently for theological expertise.

    I could give you some help on converting you-tube to .mp3 format if you like.

  7. DownunderET on May 16, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    OUCH, some heady stuff here at GDS today. I think Dr. Farrell makes some good points, in as much as “religion” is concerned. I think most people don’t see the religious ramifications of what’s going on globally.

    I could go on here for a few more paragraphs but I will cut-to-the-chase as the Americans say.

    Read “Yahweh the Two Faced God” and then maybe you will see the ties between politics and religion, and it’s been going on for centuries. Dr. Farrell and Dr. de Hart had many hours of conversation as to “IF” they should even write the book because of it’s content, but believe me, it opened up my eyes to probably the most revealing story of all time.

    • henry on May 16, 2013 at 5:08 pm

      Here is an interesting bit of history, unlike any other Chinese dynasties, the Ming dynasty was named after “the Ming sect”, also known as “the White Lotus”, they were influenced by Daoism, Tantric Buddhism and Zoroastrianism.

      “The White Lotus” believe they live in the “middle epoch” ruled by Sakyamuni, but the forces of darkness have the upper hand as they ravaged the world; a “previous epoch” existed and it was ruled by Dipamkara, when “light” and “darkness” were distincted; they believe a “future epoch” will come, when Maitreya would rule the world, and with “the return of Ming Wang” (Ming=bright/light; Wang=King), the forces of evil will be destroyed.

      After “the Chinese dynasty honoring the ancient Persian god” was replaced by the invading Manchus, secret societies were formed “to overthrow the Qing/Manchu, and restore China to the Ming”.
      The Tiandihui(Heaven and Earth Society),or Hongmen(“Hall of Universal Justice”), because Hong(vast) has the same pronunciation as the word meaning “red”, so “red” is often associated with the Hongmen;
      The Qingbang or “Green gang” is another fraternal organization that has association with both the “red” and “the White Lotus”. A saying describes their relationship: “red flower, green leaf and white lotus root, the three were once the same family.”
      In the West, they are better known as “the Triads”. They are the “red dragon” and “green dragon” that Benjamin Fulford encountered, as shown by Fulford in his “interview” with David Rockefeller, the booklet for “Qingbang”;
      and the booklet for the “Hongmen”.

      People would notice immediately the “masonic symbols” for the Hongmen.
      However, before associating them with “Freemansons” from the West, people should know this,the Hongmen was emerged as “Tiandihui”(Heaven and Earth Society),according to ancient Chinese belief “the Heaven is round, the Earth is square”, so tools for drawing a circle and a square were used to represent “Heaven” and “Earth”. The belief itself dates back to the “neolithic cultures”, but it was from the flourishing age of Daoism during the Han dynasty that the use of “the compass” and “the square” first emerged.
      And according to the Daoist tradition, only two charaters can hold “the compass” and “the square”, the creator god and goddess Fuxi and Nuwa.
      A Han dynasty mural showing Fuxi and Nuwa holding “the compass and the square”, with their serpentine bodies entwined as “DNA”.
      Just some cultural and historical background for “the Triads”, which according Benjamin Fulford, have “declared war on the Fed”.

      Perhas this is the “Eastern/non-Yahwehist” version of “the ties between politics and religion”.

      • Hammer on May 16, 2013 at 11:59 pm

        That was a good read Henry. Some very interesting Information that I will check out for sure. That is for that reason the freedom of religion and the rejection of the notion that there should be a state sanctioned religion was written into the US Constitution Thank you

      • Robert Barricklow on May 18, 2013 at 8:34 am

        The middle kingdom(zhonggoul/China) is in the middle(zhong) of heaven and eart and is at the border(ji) of yin and yang. And their politics are certainly played as elements of yin/yang.

        • henry on May 19, 2013 at 12:36 am

          There were many feudal states after the establishment of the Zhou dynasty, only the state of the Zhou king is recognized as “legitimate ruler”. The power center for the Zhou household was located in the Henan province, which is geographically in the centre of the land. As matter of fact, the first historical mention of the phrase “Zhongguo” was by an early Zhou king. The word “middle/zhong” was the pictographical representation of the King’s flag. So the correct interpretation of Zhongguo is: the state that carrying the king’s flag, in other words, “legitimate ruler”(of China). That’s why both the PRC and ROC have the word “zhong” incorporated in their official state name, because both consider themselves “legitimate”.

    • DaphneO on May 17, 2013 at 6:17 pm

      I agree Downunder. Yahweh the Two Faced God ought to be compulsory reading… which won’t happen of course.

      And I had completely missed the fact that Orthodoxy is just another face of the Christian religion! I really had! It had become so “separated” from Roman Catholicism in my mind that I’d given it a half hearted tick.

      Great talk Dr Farrell, but it leaves me with even more questions.

      But thank you anyway… 🙂 Daphne

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