We've all been watching the melt-down in the Middle East and the bizarre meddling of the West in general, and America in particular, backing "rebels" in their grizzly and brutal attempts to overthrow the "moderate authoritarian" regimes. We all saw the wickedly cackling Hilary Clinton gloating over Qaddafi's murder. Granted, Qaddafi was no gentleman, but given the revelations about his financial and monetary plans for Libya, and how he was actually spending that nation's treasure to help its people, it's little wonder he ran afoul of the oligarchs of the West. The Iraq mess is well-known, and the Syrian one, as well.

I confess in Syria's case almost complete befuddlement. The geopolitical objectives seem clear, but, for the effort, paltry in comparison for what might be gained by a change from yet another "moderate, secular, authoritarian" regime like Assad's, and the head-chopping butchery of the Western-sponsored "rebels."  The geopolitical goal, I suspect, is to pry loose the last tenuous Russian toeholds in the region, and we can fully expect that after Syria is settled - if it ever is - the next domino on the West's hit list will be, of course, Iran. I get that the West is desperately trying to set up Huntington's "clash of civilizations", a new post Cold War bogeyman to demonize, and a radicalized Islamic world would fit the requirements nicely, much more nicely then the uncooperative Russians, with their shared European and "Judeo-Christian" culture ever did.

But all along, I've sensed that at some profound and visceral level that the interest of the Anglosphere oligarchs in the region lies at a much deeper level, a level transcending the vicissitudes of geopolitics, energy policy and politics, petrodollars, or all the conventional explanations found in the types of journals that people like Henry Kissinger of Zbigniew Brzezinski like to read. I sense that the involvement has much to do with the region that lies at the ultimate root of what we call western civilization, and of the indications of technological sophistication in High Antiquity that its antiquities indicate.

Which brings us to Egypt... to Giza, as it were, the premier symbol of Egyptian antiquities. Egyptian antiquities are not, of course, restricted to Giza. There is Sakkara, Heliopolis, Memphis, Edfu, Luxor... but say the phrase "ancient Egypt" and the image that will pop instant and principally to the mind of the hearer are the pyramids of Giza.

Why the unrest in Egypt...beyond the stupidity of the Obama Administration, which never saw a radical Islamist regime it didn't like, in pushing for the ouster of Mubarek? What's the goal? Egypt has no appreciable oil supplies or reserves; it has little to offer on the spectrum of geopolitical concerns save position.

But it does have antiquities.... lots of them. I have long suspected that one of the deeply hidden agendas for Western Meddling in the region is precisely to seek and gain control of key antiquities, and also to remove key antiquities from public view and scrutiny. Let it be remembered that even under Mubarek, Egypt moved, inexplicably, to wall off the Giza compound, ostensibly in an effort to "secure" the site against vandals and terrorists. I suspected then, and suspect now, that the Egyptians found something, and that they weren't sharing. I have made no secret that I suspected antiquities were a deeply hidden agenda of the Anglosphere in the invasion of Iraq: kick the French and Germans out, and take over the sites. Then the Baghdad Museum looting occurred, "American" soldiers were seen going in and out of the building and removing things....a story broken by - coincidentally? - Der Spiegel. Then we learned the museum looting had all the hallmarks of "an inside job." But by whom?

So back to Egypt:

Looters ransack Egyptian antiques museum and snatch priceless artefacts as armed police move inside stormed Cairo mosque

Egypt may not have been sharing its recent antiquities discoveries, and where ancient high technology or indications thereof might be concerned, I suspect the western oligarchs pull no punches: out with Mubarek, and, with careful placement of agents provocateur, a few riots, and well-placed "looters," and antiquities can "disappear."

Of course, I grant you that this is all high octane speculation once more, speculation that, if one remains focused on this story alone, and does not view it in the context of the strange stories of Giza antiquities that preceded it, nor in the context of the Baghdad Museum looting, vastly exceeds the evidence. But when one does view this story in those contexts, then the lineaments of a disturbing outline begin to emerge, the outlines of a possible real, though very covert, "antiquities war" being fought beneath the guises of "radical" versus "moderate" Islamicists, behind the veil of geopolitics, oil, and petrodollars.

See you on the flip side.

(My thanks to Mr. P.T. for bringing this to our attention)


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. jkingqm on August 24, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Perhaps we want to see what was found under the Sphinx? Got to get those stargate coordinates!

  2. Frankie Calcutta on August 24, 2013 at 9:48 am

    If our elite are hoping to prevent another tower of Babel moment, I could think of no better way to repel the returning “gods” then with the Giza energy weapon. If we assume that those who have imposed this quarantine on us earthlings are returning on their own deathstar, what a nice surprise we could have in store for them. Say hello to our little friend. If we could move the Earth death star to a different location even better. We could ambush them and eventually take the fight right to their home planet/solar system. In the least, if we were to also restore and make functional the Mars pyramids, we could catch the returning “gods” in a cross fire of energy weapons. I bet they wouldn’t see this coming unless we were to get ratted out by some nation, cabal or other aliens seeking their thirty pieces of silver and possibly a negotiated stewardship of planet Earth.

    Regarding Syria, what if the current conflict has been designed to serve as a meat grinder for demonic mercenaries? That is, a protracted war where the west’s demonic mercenary army could be fed into and destroyed? Possibly Putin saw an opportunity to get the sinister west to commit their demon army into a prolonged war with a valiant, indomitable adversary that would chew these demons up and spit them out. And without direct anglosphere military intervention, this is proving to be the case. The demon army is being routed. There are legends that long ago the Syrian people were put there to serve as a vigilant counter balance to the demon lair they share borders with. Angels versus demons?

    • jedi on August 24, 2013 at 10:58 am

      This death star youve constructed is insignificant to the power of the force.

      or…the worlds most intelligent man is just a man after all, and is no more of a threat too me than the worlds smartest termite The first thing I learned was how too reconstruct myself. . …from Watchmen.

      hehe, silver makes your blood blue, and so does cutting the oxygen supply to a fetus starving the development phase of intellect….nothing good comes out of a oak grove, the leaves are toxic too other life forms. Elim is a ancient word for oak grave.
      “Lucas de nom lucent”.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on August 24, 2013 at 9:46 pm

      As always from you Frankie, an interesting angle to look at things, in this case the Syrian conflict.
      Who knows, you could be right.
      Problem is that these “demonic mercenaries” (nice term!) have been too successful in the past, the damage has been done so to speak. Only need to think of Libya and Mali here. Who knows what damage has been done in those countries that we are not yet aware of. Thinking of antiquities in particular, especially in Mali. We’ve heard sporadic news about destruction being done to archaeological sites, but no doubt reality will turn out to be much worse. What happened to Dogon sites?

      • Frankie Calcutta on August 26, 2013 at 8:43 am

        Betelgeuse T-1,

        it certainly seems like business as usual with these demonic mercenaries let loose in the ME and Africa. It is only a matter of time before they try to turn them loose in the US. Got to get the guns away from the citizens first to pave the way for an easy rampage. I imagine protocol dictates that demon soldiers are not allowed to be idle nor can they be without repercussions to their handlers. Thus, they are habitually turned loose in some new human settlement to graze on blood. Their blood rampages, aside from facilitating their demon overseers’ geopolitical agenda and access to antiquities, probably also create more demons while simultaneously providing a daily blood sacrifice to Yahweh. They certainly have much brazenness as of late. The demons are no longer even discreet about ripping out peoples’ hearts and offering them up to their demon lord. What chutzpah! Hopefully this hubris is what does them in. I’m wondering more and more if Syria is some kind of trap years, if not millennia, in the making? I have a fuzzy recollection that this trap has been set before, in the ancient past, and in the very same spot.

        In the least, I’m entertaining the possibility that sober minded conspirators from several nations and secret organizations may be setting a trap for the zionist crazies with Syria as the trigger, but it is probably just wishful thinking. Maybe we will see tier three 9/11 conspirators set up the tier two 9/11 conspirators once again, this time in Syria with Israel holding the bag for a sunken US naval ship? Something tells me Syria may prove not to be business as usual.

  3. Levantine on August 24, 2013 at 2:31 am

    Hi, Joseph Farrell,

    This is the first time we talk with each other :). To the article: you said,

    ……Granted, Qaddafi was no gentleman,……

    During 2011, I virtually left no stone unturned in search for information on Libya’s issues. I could agree that Qaddafi was no great politician or thinker, or a very good father, but if I could choose to name one thing he most certainly was, I might well say “a gentleman.”

    May I give some argument? Most briefly, here’s a trio:

    I) this intimate portrait of Qaddafi by his personal cook of many years, a foreigner http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHeA_C3OPzU

    II. the fact that “the Jamahiriyya’s formal institutions were extremely weak, and that included the army, ” because “Gaddafi, unlike any other head of state, stood at the apex not of the pyramid of governing institutions but of the informal sector of the polity, which enjoyed a degree of hegemony over the formal sector that has no modern counterpart ”


    III. After forty years of power, Qaddafi remained largely popular! Even among teenagers*! Surveys done in 2011 showed that the only leader in the region more popular than Qaddafi is Bashar al-Assad. Now, Stalin and Mao were also very popular after decades of power, and here I ask you to realise the significance of (II): there was no strong state apparatus to brainwash people to the degree you would expect in totalitarianism.

    * http://meast.ru/article/pravda-i-nepravda-o-sobytiyakh-v-livii
    Bonus argument: http://mercurymail.blogspot.com/2011/03/libya-from-viewpoint-of-non-political.html

  4. Elm on August 24, 2013 at 1:32 am

    Seizing & controlling the historical narrative, is prologue to an introduction of a new script, i.e., a so-called “New World Order.” In America prior to the arrival of Columbus, for instance, the indigenous population was in the tens of millions. These nations also had a literary tradition and an equivalent of books referred to as codices, today of which only several remain in museums.

    Immanuel Velikovsky reports in Worlds In Collision, most of the North American codices were burned and destroyed by the Dominicans. And here we thought the Nazis were only the first to burn books!

    Those who burn books seek to destroy the historical record, and often thereby the claims and evidences contained therein. Only then are the people disenfranchised & burned. Still today, we continue to be infected by the same leviathan of feudal duplicity and exploitation. The murderer(s), the usurper(s), always seek to eliminate the witness, whether human or documented.

    • jedi on August 24, 2013 at 7:38 am

      Perhaps Elm, they are trying to cover up a era, when a intelligent species was around that helped improve the natives way of life with the helpful aspects of technology and the change over when 2 faced showed up.

      • Elm on August 28, 2013 at 1:24 pm

        Most of today’s collateral agendas are driven by a central directive to bring about a reduction in global population, as well as de-industrialization to remove to multiplier effect of mechanization & technology from the human economic terrain. Their efforts include, environmental degradation, placing women in the work force so they’ll have less time to pro-create, promoting homosexuality (non-breeders), a degradation of food, vaccinations (see Bill Gates), biological warfare, a control of weather, debt, abortion, diseases like cancer, mind-control & brainwashing, taxation & wars.

        Their global agenda is predicated upon the economic theories of British born Thomas Malthus, & the two pillars of his economic ideology, that population tends towards an outstripping of available resources, and wages are a cost of doing business, rather than an asset & claim to labour of a production of wealth. The quest for global hegemony is predicated upon this as a pretence of virtue, that of “saving the planet,” this while they deprive millions of human beings of an ability to produce wealth to provide for themselves, their families, communities & nations.

        Simply stated, the Malthusian Pretext is an economic ideology for plunder, power & privilege. This premise alone has remained constant throughout history regardless of population. The real question is not how do we feed the world? The real question is, as it has always been, how do we teach & empower the people’s of the world to feed themselves. Remember the teach a man to fish story? The question of, “how do we feed the world?” – is a false reference point. The globalusts are frauds.

        • Elm on August 28, 2013 at 1:25 pm

          Of course, that’s to remove “THE” multiplier effect of mechanization & technology from the human economic terrain.

  5. BetelgeuseT-1 on August 23, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    It has just been reported here that the USSA government is preparing for a missile attack on Syrian forces.
    If true, then this is truly a serious escalation of the conflict.
    The butchers in Washington have gone truly insane.

    • Sustainable-Abundancy on August 24, 2013 at 1:40 am

      Russia now supports alleged chem-weapons-use inspections. Wait for reports.

      If balance of power is now shifting against Brits & Yanks, what would YOU do?

      Bombing Syria may be last-ditch effort by sanity-challenged Brits & Yanks to save their not-so-Kosher/Halal bacon.

      I’d like us Yanks to win. However, I’d prefer to do it in a more ‘pro-life’ manner.

      See Sustainable-Abundancy’s “Balance of Power Shifts” comment below.

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on August 24, 2013 at 2:41 am

        “I’d like us Yanks to win.”
        Win what? Control over the region to serve amerika’s interests?
        Please elaborate.

        • Sustainable-Abundancy on August 24, 2013 at 12:51 pm


          “I’d like us Yanks to win” means my intent for peoples of America to win – but non-exclusively.

          “Us Yanks” = Those of us who are crazy enough to know that we live in a world of abundance, in which the biggest secret is precisely that: We live in a world of sustainable abundance.

          High unemployment means surplus labor. An abundance of idle manufacturing plant & equipment mean surplus capacity. Abundant natural resources & energy mean a surplus of what’s needed for surplus labor & surplus capacity to produce needed goods, services & infrastructure – for ALL.

          War & conflicts between Haves & Have-Nots are unnecessary – except as a means of power elites to maintain control. Divide & Conquer and Divide & Rule: Obsolete but Still-Effective Games.

          Wake up & smell the abundance.

  6. Galahad on August 23, 2013 at 9:48 pm

    But were there not calls by the crazy Sheiks to demolish the pyramids, to erase the traces of “paganism”?
    Now, the burning of the Library of Alexandria by the Muslims is considered apocryphal. Rest assured that it was not.

    • Sustainable-Abundancy on August 24, 2013 at 1:00 am


      Muslims’ alleged burning of Alexandria library in/@ 642 may be a Brit/Yank-perpetuated myth.

      After WW-1, in 1920s, Brit intel services infiltrated initiation of Muslim Brotherhood, which has symbiotically served Brit/Yank geopolitical/geoeconomic interests ever since – especially in Egypt.

      There is little if not NO proof that Muslims burned Alexandria library in/@ 642.

      Mostly before modern Brit/Yank-initiated perversions of Muslim religion, many good scientists were good Muslims. Google ‘Muslim Scientists.’

      Thanks (only) in part to Brit/Yank assistance, MusBros are formidable political force. In Gaza, MusBro Hamas mostly legitimately won Gaza elections (also thanks to superior Hamas community service AND superior Fatah corruption).

      Thanks (only) in part to Brit/Yank assistance, MusBros mostly legitimately won Egypt elections. Quid pro quo to Brits & Yanks was support for IMF austerity measures & Syria intervention by Egypt. See Sustainable-Abundancy’s “Balance of Power Shifts” comment below.

      As per Wikipedia (certainly not authoritative), “In 642 AD, Alexandria was captured by Muslim army of Amr ibn al `Aas. There are five Arabic sources, ALL AT LEAST LEAST 500 YEARS AFTER supposed events, which mention [Muslim] fate of the library.” (CAPS added.) However, other sources agree.

      Wrongfully-persecuted Egypt Coptic Christians tell stories of Muslims burning Alexandria library until today. Such B.S. (IMHO).

      Where’s the beef? Where’s the proof? Not necessarily existing – unless you or someone can show us.

      The Powers-That-Be have perverted Muslim, Jewish & Christian religions – and history too.

      For Christians & Jews, thanks (only) in part to Brit/Yank-intel perversions, Muslim Brotherhood may be ‘best enemy that money can buy.’ Only problem? It’s our money! In form of higher taxes for now-failing Brit/Yank-intel shenanigans AND higher prices for abundant oil & gas.

  7. BetelgeuseT-1 on August 23, 2013 at 8:27 pm

    “What’s the goal? Egypt has no appreciable oil supplies or reserves; it has little to offer on the spectrum of geopolitical concerns save position”.

    Egypt does have the Suez Canal.
    The Anglo-American elite would not want that to fall into the “wrong” hands.

  8. BetelgeuseT-1 on August 23, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    Thanks Dr Farrell for this article.
    Was wondering when you would finally comment on the events in Egypt. Your timing is impeccable by the way.
    Just today, there was a huge propaganda piece in the New Zealand Herald “news” paper regarding the poison gas attacks. I felt almost literally sick while reading it. Not because of the attack itself (heinous as it is), but because of the accusation – without ANY evidence whatsoever – that it was the Assad government that carried out the attack. I’ve just emailed a lengthy response that NZ’s largest “news” paper. Here’s what I wrote:

    It was with disgust as I read your story about the gas attack in Syria that took place this past week.
    Here you are as a “news” paper, re-printing a story that is not based on ANY FACT WHATSOEVER as to who carried out the attack.
    This Telegraph Group article is nothing but a propaganda piece that serves the interests of the “parties” that are involved in trying to overthrow the Syrian government.
    There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that it was the Syrian government that perpetrated this heinous act. Yet, you re-print a story that reports this as fact.
    This makes the NZ Herald nothing but a propaganda mouth-piece for the agenda that is being driven here.
    This has nothing to do with reporting news.
    What short memories you have, huh? You must remember there was another poison gas attack earlier this year.
    This was also blamed on Assad without any evidence whatsoever. In fact, it turned out the weapons storage belonged to the “rebels”!
    So here we are a few months later, and whomever is driving this conflict (why don’t you spend some effort to try and find out?) tries the same heinous tactic again,
    this time on an even larger scale.
    All to try and get the West directly (and overtly) militarily involved so that Assad can be overthrown.
    Do you actually know who those so called “rebels” actually are that are fighting the Syrian government?
    Do you know where their funding comes from? Do you know where their weapons come from? Who do you think actually hired them?
    Why don’t you find out where the missiles came from that were used in the attack. Want a clue?
    Can you say “Benghazi”? Can you say “Al-Qaeda mercenaries” that are used by the “parties” that are trying to overthrow Assad?
    The article refers to individuals like myself with an alternative view on the events in the Middle East, Africa and South East Asia as “conspiracy theorists”.
    Can’t think of a bigger hypocritical view than that.
    There they are themselves, the biggest conspiracy theorists themselves with their unsubstantiated propaganda serving their paymaster’s interests and agenda.
    Unfortunately, the NZ Herald fits into that same category.
    The NZ Herald being nothing but a regurgitating messenger-boy serving Anglo-American imperial interests.
    One last thing I would like to say, and it’s a quote by John F Kennedy.
    An ominous quote at that about what was to come. It should give you a clue as to what is REALLY going on here, and we’re not just talking about Syria.
    When Assad falls, who do you think is going to be next…?
    Here’s the quote:
    “There is another type of warfare – new in its intensity, ancient in its origin – war by guerrillas, subversives, insurgents, assassins;
    war by ambush instead of by combat, by infiltration instead of aggression, seeking victory by eroding and exhausting the enemy instead of engaging him.
    It preys on unrest”.

    John F Kennedy

    Yours Sincerely,

  9. johnycomelately on August 23, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    Not so befuddling.

    The brotherhood was only ment as a distabilizing force against the enemies of the Gulf Royals, the Shias (Syria, Iraq and Iran) and the Socialists (Lybia, Algeria, Tunisia etc.).

    It was never ment to be a genuine pan Arab political movement, Egypt is the most populous Arab nation and if it falls under the sway of the brotherhood it would immediately become an enemy of the Gulf Royals. Owing to the prestige of Cairo’s Islamic credentials it would gain popular support amongst the disenfranchised Gulf populace.

  10. jedi on August 23, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    the liars who have decieved humanity of our origins, our purpose, and our destiny are destroying any of the obvious incriminating evidence as the chosen called ones are figuring it out much faster than they imagined via the internet, so much for there exclusive devine status…actually it is kind of amusing knowing what they dont know. Hiding everything in plain view wasnt such a good idea,..That would be the same crowd that controls the smithonian, antoher hiding spot from us farm animals, cattle they call us with a sneer . . DYNASTY as in do it yourself nasty once you put the i back in it..

    Larry, I believe the Petra site is behind the story of King Leonitis battle with the persians as the entranceway fits the gates of hell in the myth, behind the story..also that could be Enoch in the bible that walked with God for 300 years. The spartan 300, all metaphors. I suspect Egypt was a slave complex, and the gods relaxed at Petra, the soldiers in Sparta…as the story goes they were betrayed from within, the priest class, a genetic mutant and throw in some thespians actors from thebes that showed up as a afterthought …..the movie didnt go over too well with the politically correct class at Cannes.

  11. zeropoint on August 23, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    Further to mention of the video series earlier, the hypothesis involves the proposition that the Orion nebula is related to the Egypt and the Egyptian delta, which in turn relates to the Human brain and/or mind, perhaps in a fractal relationship through entanglement correspondence. The position of the Great pyramid accords with corresponding features observable in the Orion nebula, and a structure in the Human brain. It appears that activity in the nebula, is reflected in the region of Egypt and, presumably, by extension, in the brain or mind of mankind, and vice versa. Thus, changes in the Human mind, Egypt, and the Orion nebula are mutually reflective. Therefore, control of Egypt, and perhaps more specifically the Great pyramid, may enable influence over the Orion nebula, and thereby over the Human brain or mind.

  12. DownunderET on August 23, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    I have been re-reading “The Master Game” by Hancock and Bouval, and there is plenty of the hermetica in there which describes how Egypt will fall and all the now brutal goings on.

    The funny thing IS, that the wording suggests that all the problems in Egypt will be at the hand of NON-EGYPTIANS. Now I take that to mean non-pheronic.

    The Egyptian government has been the sock puppet of the US of almost 30 years, WHY, to keep the peace with “you know who”.

    Giza is a wonderful site, but can you imagine visiting it in it’s prime, there are no words to describe the great pyramid with that white limestone outer covering, and now look at it.

  13. zeropoint on August 23, 2013 at 12:58 pm

    Regarding the profound significance of the middle east, and Egypt in particular, an excellent presentation of a convincing theory in this respect, can be found by Danny Wilten, on YouTube, in a video series called Mapping Osiris. On the basis of the Hermetic principle of correspondence, controlling Egypt, might literally facilitate the control of the Human race.

    • LSM on August 23, 2013 at 1:43 pm

      “controlling Egypt, might literally facilitate the control of the Human race”- you may be right zeropoint, at least for today’s world- but I’m not yet convinced that the Tigres/Euphrates/Nile deal was actually the “real deal” of our present cizilization- if so, it was a “quick fix” of what was devasted previously in South Africa (and one might throw in the later Olmecs as the last remnants, considering their sculptures portrayed those of black origin)-

      I absolutely greatly respect the research of someone like Graham Hancock- but I think Michael Tellinger in ZA (South Africa) might be closer to the truth-

      to my knowledge neither have ever collaborated- why?- to my knowledge neither has mentioned the other- why?- to my knowledge neither has met the other (if so they’ve never mentioned it publically to my knowledge)- but if you have evidence to the contrary please correct me- I always stand to correction-

      stay well- regards-


  14. LSM on August 23, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    “I confess in Syria’s case almost complete befuddlement”- you and me both- for a regime “allegedly” hiding bio weapons (cough) they suddenly use them in the open despite western investigators searching for hidden bio weapons- !!!- but it could be Syria holds just as many antiquities as Egypt- we just don’t know-

    and maybe we should view the George Clooney film “Syriana” for a 2nd time- might give us a hint about some things (saw the film when released but couldn’t make bat-shit out of it back then- might think differently now)-

    let’s connect a few more dots: so why hasn’t Jordan yet been ravaged by the West, considering (just for starters) the amazing Petra ruins?- any thoughts on this (assuming one is aware of the Petra site)?-

    be well all-

    Larry in Germany

  15. marcos toledo on August 23, 2013 at 10:42 am

    This has been a problem world wide for at least the last fifteen hundred years the Libraries of Alexandria, Assyria, Babylonia, North, Central, South America, China and India raided some officially destroyed. God know where these records now rest the Vatican, British and other European libraries, Smithsonian, Peabody and others in the USA. And as you say were the Egyptians holding back that why the latest trash job on them. Then the murder of the paperback books by pricing them out of the reach of ordinary people rendering them illiterates in the long run.

  16. Sustainable-Abundancy on August 23, 2013 at 10:14 am


    Brits & Yanks did not anticipate the popular coup against Morsi & the Muslim Brotherhood; so Brit/Yank antiquities larceny was not a primary coup motivation. Maybe an afterthought.

    Arab-Spring-style, Brits & Yanks helped to oust Mubarak and to install Morsi & MusBros. Purpose was to get Morsi/MusBro support for IMF austerity plan and for Brit/Yank action against Syria. Then Iran.

    No parliament & neutered judiciary meant no constitutional Morsi ouster process. Brits/Yanks/Qatar supported Morsi/MusBros & opposed coup. Morsi’s June 15 rally/support for Syria intervention by Egypt was tipping point for anti-Syria-war military, anti-IMF-austerity, widely-popular, Egyptian-nationalist coup.

    Currently-irreplaceable Assad is winning in Syria. Wanting more power (and despite Iran/Syria enmity), savvy Saudis/UAE supported Egypt coup – despite Brit/Yank coup aversion. Qatar Emir resigns. Qatar then expels MusBros. Arab Spring dead. Brits/Yanks lost.

    Saudi/UAE/Egypt ‘Troika’ now controls Mideast ‘fulcrum.’ UK/US/EU on opposite fulcrum side from BRICS. Brit/Yank/MusBro-fomented Egypt chaos now supports UK-US/EU/G7 Divide-&-Conquer banking & commercial interests.

    Pre-coup, Brit/Yank proxy Qatar provided Morsi/Egypt with $8B+. Post-coup, Saudis/UAE/Kuwait provide $12B+ – & ready to replace paltry U.S. $1.3B (which Egypt citizen leaders want to reject). In WaPo, Al-Sisi said U.S. supported MusBro ‘terrorism’ & ‘abandoned’ Egypt, which ‘Egyptians won’t soon forget.’ Saudis & GCC agree – and support Al-Sisi.

    Kerry/Obama answer: Withdraw military aid and appoint new Egypt ambassador associated with MusBro Iraq/Syria ‘death squads’ & widely disliked in Egypt. Upping the ante, Brit/Yank/French air strikes on Syria now under consideration. Brits/Yanks/EU know better. But they don’t know what else to do.

    Entire Brit/Yank Arab-Spring/’Green-Belt’ plan against BRICS now in jeopardy. ‘Major geopolitical/geoeconomic crisis for Brit/Yank world hegemony’ may not be an understatement.

    Kerry/Obama-suggested US-Egypt ambassador Robert Ford was ambassador to Syria – now (another) U.S. disaster. US-Egypt Ambassador Anne Patterson widely disliked by most Egyptians – who now express similar dislike for Obama’s less-than-stellar Ford choice. Unless (Since?) U.S. goal is to divide/destabilize Egypt (again), why appoint an ambassador associated with death squads and already strongly disliked in Egypt?

    With rising GCC/BRICS support & declining Brit/Yank/MusBro influence, why does Egypt need Brits & Yanks?

    When BRICS bank comes online, why does the world need Brits/Yanks/G7/EU?

    – – – – – – – – –
    Partial Sourcing:

    “Saudis’ Unprecedented Break with Washington over Egypt” by F. William Engdahl at http://www.voltairenet.org/article179480.html

    “Morsi Ousted to Stop Plan for Sending Egypt Military to Attack Syria’s Assad” by Webster Griffin Tarpley at http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/07/09/312975/morsi-ousted-to-stop-plan-for-syria/

    “Washington Islamist Strategy in Crisis as Morsi Toppled” by F. William Engdahl at http://www.voltairenet.org/article179265.html

  17. shockandawe on August 23, 2013 at 7:49 am

    Doc… again I agree with your “high octane speculations”, but… don’t “vastly exceed the evidence”. In fact, what I call “extrapolation of the evidence”, re: “connecting the dots”, the evidence is displayed upon the world’s grand stage of daily events.
    Events cascading rapidly toward the revealing of the single, world leader, accompanied by the infrastructure necessary for his new machine to function.
    Individual devices, functioning or not, as to our superficial understanding of such things, are rendered as nothing more than evidence of a prior infrastructure of a very similar nature.
    A system previously drowned out, down to the level of nano-sized, 3-strand, DNA.
    That is another aspect for another day.
    One that is breaking forth before our very senses my friend.
    Onward and Upward!

  18. Sagnacity on August 23, 2013 at 6:10 am

    Quote: “beyond the stupidity of the Obama Administration, which never saw a radical Islamist regime it didn’t like”, huh? “Regime(s)”, not so much with one exception detailed later, “rebels” yes. “Stupidity”, yes.

    Many US presidents have made all sorts of deals with the radical Islamist regime of Saudi Arabia, after all that regime keeps oil flowing to the West, and keeps it priced in US dollars—though mostly Saudi oil goes to Europe. Of course there’s another radical religion based state in the same region, and the US makes all sorts of deal with that one.

    As for antiquities, yes perhaps, but clearly those are all over the world, and if I can make a pyramid which allows me to use one shaving razor for 24 months, it’s possible to figure out how some of these antiquities work without having direct access to them. Direct access would only be really helpful if in fact there are still functioning antiquities in Egypt and/or they can only be accessed through something only in Egypt—see David H. Lewis’ claims of interesting spelunking there and in of all places New York State’s Hudson Valley in the 1970s.

    • Enlil's a Dog on August 23, 2013 at 7:34 am

      True, they are all over the world and particularly written texts but there would have to be more to it than just acquiring zero-point pyramid power because as you say, once the secret is out of the bag then you and I could emmulate the same technology in our own back yards if we had access to the equipment and/or parts required to get it all working.

      I’m thinking perhaps along the lines of clues or perhaps maps to further technology and maybe even maps to far away places???

      The opening few minutes of the movie, ” Prometheus”, comes to mind where they find an ancient petroglyph in a cave or whatever it was and then decide to send an interstellar mission to the map’s destination……..Was it Prometheus?? I think so.

      • Sagnacity on August 23, 2013 at 1:10 pm

        Enlil’s a Dog:

        That scene in “Prometheus” is just standard “ancient astronaut” pandering and was one of the more boring plot devices. The actual opening scene is one of the white giants committing suicide over a waterfall thereby spreading the black germ into the waters of the river, all they while watched over by a large flying saucer–what this all has to do with the rest of the movie is a bit of a mystery.

        • bdw000 on August 23, 2013 at 3:44 pm

          There is a video on youtube called “Prometheus Actually Explained (with real answers)”


          I was very disappointed with Prometheus, but I have to admit (grudgingly) that this 28 minute video actually makes everything fit. That does not “fix” the movie: if you need a 28 explanatory video to follow the movie, there’s something wrong with the flick.

          • Sagnacity on August 23, 2013 at 5:12 pm


            Except for the guy jumping over the waterfall, under the watch of a flying saucer–a craft not used by any party in the movie, seeding a river with the bio weapon that they’d been developing on the planet, I have no particular problem following the movie.

            (The scene makes complete sense if they guy were simply killing himself because the germ production had run out of control and infected those developing it and created another being–which is what the movie makes explicit later on. It’s the clear infection of the river and the flying saucer that remains puzzles.)

            Most good movies, novels, history books, pieces of music, TV shows, poems aren’t all apprehended on the first read-watching-listening. That’s why people compose 28 minute videos explaining their take on things. However it’s their take on things that can lead to the likes of Glenn Beck’s take on whatever. Or David Icke’s. Or Thomas Friedman’s.

          • jedi on August 23, 2013 at 7:02 pm

            wow sygnacity….you missed the entire movie….hidden in plain site

        • Enlil's a Dog on August 24, 2013 at 2:22 am

          My reference to that brief scene in Prometheus was in response to your comment about the average Joe gaining access to hidden technology and emmulating it. It was consistent with what Dr Farrell is taking about in his blog regarding the elites gaining knowledge of something.

          My Prometheus comment was in that very context – some Archaeologist or Anthropologist finds something interesting and then the elites go after it – this time in a space ship. Apologies if there has been a misunderstanding. I wasn’t alluding to any secret message that Abrams may or may not have placed into the script.

          For the record I hated the movie, I thought it was rubbish lol.

    • henry on August 23, 2013 at 7:37 am

      “Direct access would only be really helpful if in fact there are still functioning antiquities in Egypt and/or they can only be accessed through something only in Egypt”
      Maybe there is a “still functioning antiquity”, maybe Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval have found Cibola at Queen’s chambers in Buckingham Palace. And If they ever watch “Zero Hour”, they might as well try their luck in Tajikistan.

      • Sagnacity on August 23, 2013 at 1:19 pm


        I already credited David H Lewis, it is very unlikely Hancock has made such extraordinarily detailed claims, and I’ve read many of Hancock’s books, including the one on LSD/DMT–though skipped the one on some still existing worldwide brotherhood. His claims don’t even reach the level of the book “The Chronicle of Akakor”. Hancock doesn’t even seem to acknowledge that the Great Pyramid may in fact be a not fully functioning machine. Yes Hancock introduces some interesting ideas and clearly posits there’s interesting existing tech from that age of the Egyptian pharaohs in a church in Eritrea–but that ark of the covenant book was a long time ago.

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