If you've been following the German gold story, or for that matter, the gold story in general, here's the latest theory about where it went and how it got there, courtesy of King World News:

Game Over - “It’s All A Farce, The Fed & German Gold Is Gone”

Now this raises all sorts of questions, and I will try to summarize the ones that bother me. The first problematic, as far as I can see, concerns (and please pardon the expression) gold buggery itself. There is a prominent school of economics that holds, of course, that gold and silver are the only real foundations for "sound money."  I'm not here to debate one way or another about that, because I do think that proponents of the idea have a point. But, as this article observes - whether or not its allegations actually are true - one can easily steal a country's "monetary soundness" by melting down its gold (and/or silver) and then stamping it with your very own special corporate or country logo. It's a game as old as culling and clipping coins, and banksters have been playing it for centuries. Indeed,in a certain sense, bullion lends itself much more easily to such shenanigans, especially if it is circulating in actual coinage, an unlikely prospect in today's modern world, with transactions increasingly being conducted electronically.

The second problem here is the implication of the article, for it clearly implies that China is behind the latest manifestation of "culling and clipping," only in this case it isn't culling and clipping at all, it's the literal melting down of other nations' gold and then re-stamping it as one's own. The real problem, though, isn't China, it's the Fed, which had the custody of the USA's and Germany's gold. In other words, China would not have been able to melt anything unless someone had first authorized the transfer of the bullion in the  first place.

The third problem is the re-hypothecation itself. I have been arguing recently that the real story behind the Snowden affair isn't the fact that the NSA spies on...well, just about everyone. That's old news folks and I suspect we all know it. The idea that the U.K., U.S.A., France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, India or any other major power would not use its vast technological resources to spy on the competition and everyone else is just plain naive.  But the NSA's capability, if public reports are to be believed, now lie in the zetta-bytes of storage and processing power. An immense capability. It is also a capability that would allow that agency, better than any other entity in the world, to have a very clear idea not only of the actual amount of gold in existence, but also to have a very clear picture of the re-hypothecation, and of who would ultimately hold final claim on any bullion.

I've been advancing the idea over several blogs and some books that the actual amount of gold in existence my be much larger than any publicly revealed or stated figures, perhaps by as much as an order of magnitude. Recently I also pointed out that scientists have figured out a way to "stretch" gold, i.e., make the same amount of gold do double duty by alloying it in unusual fashion with - of all things - proteins, in a kind of "alchemo-mineral-animal" fusion, a form of alchemy. Applied to the gold supply en masse it would obfuscate those figures even more.

Then, of course, there's those stories about "monatomic gold," the gold that has not only been melted but actually consumed in extraordinarily high heat, which, so the story goes, reduces it to a fine white granular powder, one in which the chemical properties of the element remain, but the mass is reduced almost 44%. Additionally, so the story goes, the powder also reduces the mass of things it is in contact with. It's the white powder Philosophers' Stone of the alchemists. It's some of the exotic matter sought by theoreticians. And, if the stories are true, that mass-loss property would perhaps signify the real reasons gold is so valued: it's a gateway to "anti-gravity," even if only in the sense of allowing an exotic state that can be studied for its putative abilities to manipulate or alter mass.

So, the final high octane speculation of the day: perhaps one should look not only to China, but also perhaps off world, for some of that missing gold. And perhaps, too, the stories are the reasons that Russia and China appear to eager to buy vast amounts of the stuff, and why Germany wants its gold back so badly. After all, the article indicates this is a "strategic initiative" for China, but one wonders if just the economic aspects are the entire sum of the matter.

In short, it may have nothing whatsoever to do with "sound money."

But then again, it just might, for if the stories are true, then maybe it functions as a kind of "interplanetary petro-dollar," the basis of commercial exchange in markets we can only imagine.

See you on the flip side.

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. PaulfromMinneapolis on July 17, 2013 at 11:59 am

  2. Elias on July 16, 2013 at 12:21 pm

  3. LSM on July 16, 2013 at 4:54 am

    Hi Dr. Farrell,

    I apologise profusely for being off-topic but just wanted to express my gratitude for your latest gripping interview on the ByteShow- am not sure how much you follow VeteransToday but Preston James’ newest entries corroborate quite closely with your expoundings- am not sure how reliable James’ sources are but if they are at least partly reliable, connecting the dots between his provided info and your riveting “high octane speculation” connect a helluva lot of dots that give us a completely different view of things-

    I initially dismissed James’ reports (I skimmed) as being a bit off the wall but after listening to your latest interview I think you both might be onto something- and I have never found any “Tower of Babel” depiction on canvas very aesthetically beautiful…

    please take care Dr. Farrell and readers-

    Larry in Germany

  4. henry on July 16, 2013 at 1:07 am

    Incredible piece by Dr.Farrell, one worth to remember for eternity, and to grasp the quantum gravity of its dimensional shifting implications.
    “Interplanetary petro-dollar” indeed, and it might as well be the “Tiket to Atlantis”.

  5. Sagnacity on July 15, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    More careful reading makes me think that this Kaye guy needs to explain his sourcing about a refiner (smelter?) in Hong Kong. And why would the gold need refining? (Yes I already know one proposed answer–it’s been cut for the last 2000 years.)

    It’s very much like someone saying: “I have inside information no one has ever heard. (Except it’s an oft told story with different actors.) But no, I can’t provide anything about these claims that you can check independently of my claims.”

    This is all very similar to much ibanking.

    Also it’s very likely that Russia makes its gold by the kilo from copper, Russia wouldn’t care about owning gold, perhaps denying gold to others.

    I’m still positing that Kaye is talking up gold because he lost big in the last 12 months after stupidly buying up gold at a speculation inflated price.

  6. DownunderET on July 15, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    Yeah the question everybody is asking is, where is it all going?

    Somehow I doubt it’s going off world, there doesn’t seem to be a “need” to “trade” gold for anything we don’t already have. This is said by the fact that we do indeed have a breakaway civilization and a secret space program. In other words, what do the ET’ have that we don’t have?

    For some strange reason I link this gold bug problem to 9/11, and for most for the ramifications of 9/11 and finance.

    Don’t forget what the good Dr. Farrell has always said about the connection between physics and finance.

  7. marcos toledo on July 15, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    I writing to you this late because I listen to you on the bythe show this day. The idea that gold is used in antigravity sounds like the use of dragonite for interstellar propulsion in the anime series Outlaw Star. As for China and gold that problem goes back to the Silk Road trade China’s silk went to the West while the West’s gold went to China. That problem was solved under Justinian when silkworms were smuggled to him. Porcelain had to wait until the sixteenth century when the West found out how to make it themselves.

    • henry on July 16, 2013 at 1:14 am

      Gold was but a later story, before the “Silk Road”, there was the “Jade Road”, the difference between the two is that with Gold the other end of the road was Rome, but with Jade the other end is “Atlantis”.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 16, 2013 at 8:46 am

      And the gold imbalance in trade with the east was solved by opium.(tea’s real trading vehicle).
      Thanks to the East India Company.

      • henry on July 16, 2013 at 1:24 pm

        “Low Chinese demand for European goods, and high European demand for Chinese goods, including tea, silk, and porcelain, forced European merchants to purchase these goods with silver, the only commodity the Chinese would accept.”
        “From the mid-17th century around 28 million kilograms of silver were received by China, principally from European powers, in exchange for Chinese goods.”
        “Britain’s problem was further complicated by the fact that it had been using the gold standard from the mid-18th century and therefore had to purchase silver from other European countries, incurring an additional transaction cost.”

        Opium substituted silver not gold.

        • jedi on July 23, 2013 at 8:04 am

          The silk tie around our necks might be a omnious sign, think strangulation, I prefer clip ons…..nice writing style there doc.

        • Robert Barricklow on July 23, 2013 at 8:26 am

          Yes the east was silver & the west gold.
          There was a gold imbalance in England, I had thought, due to an overall trade, that included China. I also thoght, that the tea trade, caused this, and they used opium, as a counterweight, to sway the imbalance in their favor.

      • DanaThomas on July 18, 2013 at 3:28 am

        In “Conjuring Hitler – How Britain and America made the Third Reich” by Professore Guido Giacomo Preparata (Pluto Press 2005) there is an interesting chapter on how the BANK OF ENGLAND stole large amounts of gold from India, through a process including manipulation of the price of silver… a technique that we now know to have been around for centuries or perhaps millennia…

  8. Cassandane on July 15, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Setting aside ORMUS and a possible off-planet market for gold for a moment, this gold issue could be a matter China of exacting revenge…as part of a plan to put themselves in a position of world dominance.

    Suppose it has been the Chinese who have been behind the various seizures of gold certificates worth billions that have been in the news for the past ten or so years. Couple that with the clever Mr Li, who produced the formula that apparently set off the idea of derivatives and the led to the 2008 crash. Now, here comes Mr Kaye saying China has basically bought their stolen gold back, and, having been fooled by worthless paper certificates once, they’ve insisted on actually taking physical possession of it and melting it down into their own bars.

    It seems obvious that the Chinese knew about the West’s financial house of cards that was built after World War II and eventually maneuvered themselves into a position that would allow them to both get their gold back and cripple the West financially at the same time. Perhaps the purpose of the certificate seizures was to alert the West to their knowledge of the rehypothecation scam, so that when they bought gold from the West, it would have to be the physical stuff unless Western banksters wanted to risk immediate exposure of their house of cards. Of course, that put the Western banksters between a rock and a hard place anyway, once people started asking questions about gold.

    • 9balltony on July 15, 2013 at 12:48 pm

      Where gold is concerned, one must take the “big picture” into consideration. It is only my opinion, but the disappearance and shortage of gold is due to demand by our own “breakaway” space program and off-planet demands. Trading gold for advanced alien technology has been going on for over 30 years. As far as China is concerned…they have been busy converting US Treasury Bonds into real assets for several years and gold is only one of many. Nothing new there. It is simply the transfer of wealth prior to the collapse of the Western economic system.

      • Sophia on July 15, 2013 at 2:06 pm

        9balltony, You might enjoy Michael Tellinger’s book “Slave Species of God.” It’s been a while, but from memory I recall that Tellinger recounts myths that long ago humans mined gold “for the gods,” and suggests that this might be more than myth. Your post could easily be re-interpreted to posit that the Tellinger dynamic continues as an explanation for gold reserves that seem to have been “misplaced:” i.e., we remain a slave species in ignorance of the fact. This line of inquiry begs the question as to the antiquity of the inferred breakaway civilization(s) and its / their origin(s). It might also suggest interpretations of Dr. Farrell’s covert wars vis-a-vis the fluctuating price of gold. Who can afford more gold (i.e., who benefits) with its price dropping and the price of oil increasing? Is it physical gold required for advanced technological application(s), physical gold required as hard assets upon which to establish a covert system of finance, a perpetual and historical debt obligation, something else, or some combination of these?

        As always, such inferential musings are an enjoyable intellectual exercise. Thanks for your post.

    • Sagnacity on July 15, 2013 at 8:29 pm


      Ah but do you really think the Chinese want “world dominance”? Or is that projection? Or do they just want potable water, rice and wheat?

      Many people have pointed to ostensive holes in the finances of the West over the last 200 years and in particular the last 40. And yes some of these holes/fictions/lies are very real problems, however they all presuppose a closed system of finance. A problematic system which developed ORMUS tech–there are other names for it–easily solves. Apparently that last part is known to very few. (Another example of closed system thinking is the idea that there’s nothing more for the West to invent or make and to sell to the world–never quite works out the way the nay sayers suppose, and much of this gold buggery reads much the same as those nay sayers.)

      Derivatives themselves aren’t the huge problem, though public trading like stocks would help–thank you Clinton, not, for that part of the shell game; it’s the fake insurance backing them that’s the big problem. Then with that fake insurance ibanks can then issue more derivatives–they’re still doing it today thanks to Obama.

  9. Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2013 at 8:18 am

    This is the most plausible explanation I’ve come across. In fact, ironically, I’ve been down so many twisted roads searching for the truth, that when a very clear path appears? I question it. However, this looks too good to be true. Yet is rings with the authentic chimes of our times.
    It’s resonance is sound.
    Good Job Doctor.

    Now I’ll ponder. Let it digest.
    Feed my imagination
    What does/has/will it portend?
    …for the deeper ends
    of our world/universe.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2013 at 8:24 am

      One immediate thought.
      Other suns(technologies?) are much more dynamic and therefore produce more exotic elements.
      These in turn could?

    • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2013 at 1:06 pm

      For those interested in:
      Napolitano To Head Univerity of California
      Poste July, 15th 2013

    • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2013 at 2:22 pm

      Get Down and Dirty/the real nitty-grityy
      progressive radio news hour john mcmurtry 07/14/13

  10. Sagnacity on July 15, 2013 at 8:16 am


    The problem is you clearly haven’t read much about ORMUS or for that matter cold fusion, nor do you appear to have talked with anyone in the field. There’s a whole 120 year old free energy field you’ve clear ignored too.

    As for this Kaye, he very likely is talking up a position he holds. And proposes no mechanism for the Chinese, or whomever, getting the gold.

    On the idea of earth-made gold undercutting some solar system market, not a terrible idea, except it’s only a very limited alien power which would not know how to make metallic gold. (Something like the trivial “gods” of Sitchen, who need to use rockets for transport. Repeating myself and Farrell: In other words, those ain’t particularly powerful or knowledgeable beings you’re proposing as powerful.)

    Note I said solar system, beings smart enough to travel the galaxy can make all the gold they may need out of the aether, if indeed they need it.

    Reads to me like you’re heavily speculating in gold or Chinese bonds.

  11. Frankie Calcutta on July 15, 2013 at 7:21 am

    Wow! That was the Eureka moment for me. I think you may have nailed it Dr. Farrell.

  12. Sagnacity on July 15, 2013 at 7:05 am

    Quote: “There is a prominent school of economics that holds, of course, that gold and silver are the only real foundations for “sound money.” I’m not here to debate one way or another about that, because I do think that proponents of the idea have a point.”

    Um that is taking a position in the “debate”.

    Then far more importantly: Today’s blog vastly mischaracterizes work with ORMUS and the “white powder of gold”. One does not need to start with metallic gold to achieve these results, including making that said metallic gold. In fact the information here is so at odds with what has been reasonably well reported in the alternative science community for the last 25 years that it almost reads as purposeful distraction.

    Specifically: It is very unlikely that ORMUS derived from metallic (yellow) gold is the only means of achieving anti-gravity effects with ORMUS.

    As for the linked story: This Kaye guy is likely telling a tale that will increase the value of his holdings–either gold, or possibly Chinese currency. And without disclosure of his positions, he should not be treated seriously.

    • Frankie Calcutta on July 15, 2013 at 7:40 am

      YajSag the terrible,

      “purposeful distraction?” What if Dr. Farrell is in league with some other gold merchants, maybe a shill for some other off planet bullion traders from a different star system who resent the bargain prices the banksters let go of their gold? Maybe our banksters are undercutting long established gold prices since the Breakaway Civilization got into space thereby destabilizing the entire galactic currency system and making quite a few enemies in the process? Maybe this is the reason for our space based weapons– to protect ourself from alien bankster bullion bullies who don’t like Earthlings flooding the galaxy with cheap gold? The same old story. Maybe the seemingly polite Dr. Farrell is here on Earth to serve us notice? Did you ever notice the high rate of livestock mutilations in North Dakota?

      • Sagnacity on July 15, 2013 at 8:19 am

        See above, the system posted it there.

      • jedi on July 19, 2013 at 1:50 pm

        hystagmus…a eye condition common among miners, with continual oscillations of the eye.
        coincidently it is the last word in the h category of my oxford dictionary. The eyes always give them away.

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