Babylon's Bankers


Over the past weeks we've all been watching, perhaps a bit stunned, as revelations of the IRS pressure on political groups broke, followed closely by the Snowden revelations that The NSA has been spying on...well, pretty much everyone, including the Queen's dogs. But what, really, is the purpose of all this spying? After all, it's been going on for a while.

One purpose that I suggested previously on this site was that such data mining, coupled with sophisticated architectures and computer programs, could run global simulations for the ultimate insider trading schemes. It would be the ultimate tool in the hands of "economphysicists", those physicists that began to move into banking in the 1950s and 1960s, taking their techniques of modeling vast amounts of individual particle behavior and adapting them to modeling the complexities of human interactions under all sorts of contexts.

Now there is this article, which I must share, because the implications are so vast, and so extensive, that I scarcely don't know where to begin:

The Next NSA Spying Shoe to Drop: “Pre-Crime” Artificial Intelligence

Sentient World Simulations.  ACQUAINT or "Advanced QUestion Answering for INTelligence.”  "Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)]."

While reading this disturbing article, I had of course the disquieting thought that such data management architectures could be bringing about a nightmare - the ultimate insider trading, the Minority Report of Philip K. Dick and his department of "pre-crime," or a Robert Heinlein-Eagle Eye scenario where the computer "wakes up" and turns on its own masters.

But behind it all, there is another possibility that lurks, one I suggested in Babylon's Banksters: the ability to figure out the relationships between celestial geometry and human behavior.  Recall, for a moment, that both ancient Egyptian and Babylonian sources indicate that their astrological observations were taken over tens of thousands of years... in other words, if taken at their word, they were suggesting that an enormous stastistical database was compiled. Astrology was the result, which, without that database, was merely a "pseudoscience," with the "results" being passed down to become the qualitative "science" it is today, sans the data that had been compiled.

Since we like to indulge in high octane speculation here, then suppose for a moment that these various hidden programs were also being used to find and collate such correlations. It would mean, quite literally, that "econophysics" would be given a component from celestial mechanics... it would become a real though obviously deeply hidden "astrology".  Now let's extend our speculations a bit further. Suppose, in compiling such correlations, that another set of correlations were examined, namely, those between celestial mechanics and actual astrological texts, beginning, of course, with the various Egyptian and Mesopotamian records that are still extant.  In such a case, the program would perhaps provide insights into the original basis of the origins of astrology, of human history, and of those civilizations' claims for having been compiled over thousands of years. It would be, in other words, a way of verifying their own statements that they were legacy civilizations, declined civilizations, from something far more ancient and advanced.

What all this means is that "black projects" have indeed become black, i.e., the technologies are emerging that will confirm, or deny, the alternative research community's speculative reconstructions of High Antiquity. The esoteric tradition becomes a subject of computer modelling and statistical analysis in an Ahnenerbedienst on steroids.

We know, from those ancient texts, what happened to that Very High Civilization in High antiquity, precisely because of its vaunted technology.

There is of course, an upside to all of this, for the problem with all such models remains what it always has been for would-be world dominators: the individual person.

See you on the flip side.



  1. I’m no expert on celestial/planetary mechanics, but I’m pretty sure “nudging” the moon probably isn’t such a good idea!

    Dr. Farrell, a question for you: You’re alone with ACQUAINT. What would you ask?

  2. Robert Barricklow

    Perhaps they too went faster in technological advances – than their morality could sustain.

    What is needed here & now is a system of Global Natural Rights coupled with a Global Integrity.

    The technolgy(hidden) maybe advanced, but those at its controls(hidden) are way-back-of-book(used car lingo), in spirit & in deeds.

  3. Frankie Calcutta

    One exploded planet later and that ancient celestial mechanics database complied over thousands of years isn’t worth the parchment that it was written on. Hopefully this will be the wrench in their modeling… unless they read the Giza Death Star trilogy and figured this out already. In the least, considering celestial mechanics may change from time to time (intelligent design guaranteeing unpredictability and flux?), this seems like an undependable, impermanent data base. I posit that astrology has to be re-configured every couple hundred thousand years for this reason. And wait until they discover that there are lunar constellations which factor highly into celestial mechanics. That’s a can of worms even their supercomputers probably can’t tackle.

    My advice to BRICSA would be to nudge the Moon every so often with an energy weapon and thereby screw up their astrological calculations and send them back to square one again. Then I would re-discover the ancient consciousness raising Soma recipe and flood humanity with it. This would immediately change the behavior patterns of all who take it, thereby throwing off all their data mined calculations of predictable human behavior. One evening with Soma and one would become instantly aware of the matrix of distractions set up to keep us from being complete human beings. Immediately people would start to change their behavior in ways unpredicted by the supercomputers. By the time their supercomputers started to predict this new behavior, an entire new culture would have blossomed which more than likely would usher in the demise of the current elite dictated culture.

    It would be interesting to pit a highly Self-realized Vedic astrologer against one of their sentient world simulators. Kind of like the chess master playing Big Blue. I would bet on the the “qualitative” judgement of the Yogi astrologer with his access to an Unlimited Database over the computer with its limited database.

    I don’t know for certain, but my guess is it was human beings with amazing, boundless perception who gave High Antiquity its astrology, and not machines.

  4. The way this is going we will be longing for the world of Brave New World. At least with Soma they’ll leave us zonk out in a blissful haze of a salombraist unaware of what our masters are doing to us while dream of sweat nothings.

  5. In all our spare time (??) we should among other things get back to the study of cycles…

  6. IRS “pressure” on political groups?

    So now the IRS following the law and questioning the tax exempt status of political groups (both liberal and teatard) which are clearly endorsing candidates is “pressure”. No it’s the IRS doing its job.

    The problem is the point about data mining is all well and good, but starting with something that is factually inaccurate distracts from that point.

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