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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. shockandawe on September 8, 2013 at 3:10 pm

    In summary, this is about getting all peoples, so sick of conflict and wars, that as a race, we will believe the strong delusion.

    That delusion being; “aliens”, our “ancestors from the stars”, returning to “save us”.
    Who will blame all religions for the conflicts and wars.

    Thus, installing a single world leader and a single form of leadership.

    The new religion? Given people’s propensity to want to worship… This single leader, as a god.

    The delusion will be fomented by the false promise of immortality.
    If one only submits, accepting the modification of their DNA, matching that of “our ancestors from the stars”.

    People will be told their DNA has been corrupted; thus the conflicts and wars, beneath the cloak of certain religious factions.

    This is nothing more than the advent of the “hive mentality” for all mankind, with one “queen” ruler.

    • jedi on September 8, 2013 at 3:19 pm


      it worked for thousands and thousands of years…..and then the dark times.

  2. Frankie Calcutta on September 6, 2013 at 7:19 am

    If Rush Limbaugh is linking this false flag to Obamma I would be more inclined to think it is more carefully concocted fodder for any US civil war theater and not some sudden moment of honesty and patriotism on the part of this traitorous talk show blowhard. Anything that will drive a wedge between the Fox news fanatics and the Obamma rabble– with a violent clash of brainwashed morons being the end game.

  3. Frankie Calcutta on September 5, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    With all the bad news we hear about Syria, I think we are forgetting about the wonderful cultural exchange that has taken place in the last couple of years there as well. American special forces, mercenaries and CIA operatives, and jihadists, who in the past mutually despised one another and their anathema ways, have now found much common ground as they train to kill innocent people together. They have discovered that murder, rape and torture are a far more powerful link then those picayune details that traditionally separate these divergent cultures. It is the enduring bond of psychopaths.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on September 5, 2013 at 8:38 pm

      Frankie, Frankie….
      Your analysis one step too far…. 🙂

  4. Frankie Calcutta on September 5, 2013 at 8:04 pm


    I’ve heard rumors from time to time that FDR may have been murdered but I’ve never done any real research on the claims. I was wondering, in light of what I learned over the years from Dr. Farrell’s research, Is there any chance that the real coup d’etat occurred not in 1963 but actually in April of 1945? Possibly the completion of the attempted coup that was thwarted in the mid thirties by General Smedley Bulter? It would seem to me that FDR was nothing but an agent of the London and Wall Street banksters and with him conveniently out of the way and a more pliable President installed, it paved the way for the transfer of Nazi technology and Nazi scientists, war criminals, and friends into the hands of the North American nazi sympathizing coup plotters. It would also conceivably take the banksters out of the loop of any nazi or Japanese war loot that may have gotten or was anticipated to get into the hands of the allies. Moreover, it would also possibly explain why Germany was not punished to the severity that some of the bankster minions in the executive branch wanted and why so many nazis could be pardoned and transferred to the US considering the enmity against Germans by so many in the US government.

    second question:

    As someone who once worked in a casino Dr. Farrell, is gambling a form of communion with God or some other higher power? So much of prayer seems to be a one sided conversation, but when one invokes the Gods and then gambles, the response and verdict is instantaneous. Is gambling the most under rated method of communication with God as well as possibly being the best way to verify the presence of the Divine in one’s life?

  5. bdw000 on September 5, 2013 at 7:24 pm

    Personally, I don’t feel like telling anyone else what to do. And I certainly won’ t tolerate someone else telling me what to believe.

    But is anyone else wondering the same thing as I am??

    (As long as someone else is going to be taking action), if the plan is to get rid of Islam, is that really such a bad thing? Especially if Christianity is not far behind. The trick, of course, is to somehow avoid all the slaughter and suffering, if that’s even possible (and is the main reason I would not even try such a maneuver even if I had the power).

    It also needs to be considered that some other form of slavery is planned to take the place of the major monotheistic religions (“meet the new boss, just the same as the old boss . . .).

    For me, religion (as it exists on this planet) truly is one of the most hideous parts of human society (and it needs to be said that “religion” does NOT have a monopoly on the “spiritual” ). Religion really does not have any saving grace to speak of (imho). Unless this is a prison planet, and religion is (one of) the sedatives used on the inmate population to keep them manageable.

    • Frankie Calcutta on September 5, 2013 at 8:12 pm


      religion has been all down hill ever since we abandoned the forests and outdoor fire pits in order to pray in the glitzy temples with all their trappings. It was temple worship that did us all in. plain and simple.

      • jan deen on September 7, 2013 at 10:21 am

        Frankie, though fun and lively, your comments need a little refinement of terms if we want to make progress.
        Can we acknowledge that when we use the term Religion, we are referring to a monotheist political and financial institution?
        Confusing a sense of the sacred aspect of our lives = the inexpressible mystery of the universe and the intelligence of its order, the beauty of ritual , the power of magic, higher conscious states and all that good stuff is not the issue, or is it?. Kierkegaard said Truth was individual, not the crowd. Our maestro in chief Joseph is very careful with terms like spiritual, and any good atheist makes the point that religion is responsible for the worst in our human history. Let us try to find a basis for agreeing to agree what we are talking about?

        • Frankie Calcutta on September 7, 2013 at 8:03 pm

          jan deen,

          I understand what you are trying to say and lord knows I could use some refinement. People are scared even to take me to parties– even if they are outside in the woods at night. Although the product of a fairly stringent Roman Catholic upbringing with no shortage of hypocrisy, I can’t say I am opposed to organized religion. It is probably what kept people from eating each other during the Great Depression. I don’t think there are any moral restraints currently which will defend Americans from a zombie feeding frenzy, if all the box stores run out of grub. I would also say the pageantry and solemness of a good religious service can give decent repose from the madness outside the church and on most occasions can even override the ridiculous yahweh nonsense being spewed from the pulpit.

          Now a good religion, and they do exist, can, I believe, lead one to “the inexpressible mystery of the universe and the intelligence of its order, the beauty of ritual , the power of magic, higher conscious states and all that good stuff.” I believe this experience must be personal and secret because if celebrated collectively, Earth humans will draw far too much attention to our little rock in space which most likely will incur another tower of babel moment. My religion of choice is the Hindu tantric religion of Sri Vidya which worships a specific geometric pattern believed by the seers of this religion, many of its adepts who have witnessed it, and a growing number of physicists, to be at the center of all things.

          Truthfully, I’m only opposed to the new breed of schizophrenic, socially engineered religions which are intended to be divisive and lead us away from spirituality and towards violence and hate. But then again, maybe these bad religion have a much deeper and noble purpose– maybe these bad religions are an attempt by some considerate elite who are trying to prevent humanity from collectively reaching higher states of consciousness and thus unity– thereby protecting us from the wrath of the Gods in yet one more tower of Babel moment. Maybe they feel that humans living in strife and abject confusion are better off than not living at all. But I ask: is getting just the most miniscule and fleeting experience of the sacred in our lives or perhaps none at all worth an otherwise long miserable life of suffering and wretchedness? Is a pig’s life in a crowded and deplorable Chicago feed lot suddenly worth living because he was unexpectedly treated to an act of kindness and given some stale oreo cookies from a swine herder on his way to the executioner?

          I don’t know the answer. I’ve meditated on mountaintops, prayed in some of the most ancient Churches and monasteries, and imbibed in some of the most powerful jungle shaman concoctions known to man, but I still say none of it beats that joy one feels when sitting at the race track with a fine cigar, a good drink, good company and then the exhilaration of having your horse win. That is when I feel closest to God.

          What I would really like to know is how our maestro and chief Joseph feels about rituals? Through rituals, are we humans just clinging to that most primitive part of our brain? Or are rituals the means by which we can knead the medium?

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on September 5, 2013 at 8:20 pm

      bdw, maybe you are generalising a little too much.
      Nothing wrong with religion itself if people feel so inclined. It should be a free choice, without ramming it down people’s throats.
      As soon as religion becomes a political tool, then you have a BIG problem.
      That is what has happened with the main religions in the Western world. Just about every religion has become nothing more than a political/financial tool.
      No longer about religion, only about money & power. And yes, control.

    • DownunderET on September 5, 2013 at 9:40 pm


      I second the motion, when I think about religion I just think of how good a job these parasites have done over say 1,500 years, then when I read “Yahweh The Two Faced God’ I start to get angry.

      I recently borrowed a bible from a friend to see just what was in it, I gotta tell ya I’ve never laughed so much in my life.
      How anybody could be so “taken in” by things like………….

      and the snake replied……da da da

      I mean, come on here, give me a break, and finally, it’s better than the ol’ shell and pea trick.

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on September 5, 2013 at 11:17 pm

        That is basically what I was getting at in my reply to bdw.
        Haven’t read Yahweh the two faced God” yet (it’s on the shelf), but without reading it I know how utterly corrupted most religions have become.
        When I was talking about religion in my previous post, I meant “pure” (for lack of a better word) religion. The type of religion that can put you into a higher state of consciences, pure state of mind, call it what you will. A connection to the spirit.
        THAT to me is religion. Which just about knocks out any “religion” that we know of today…

      • Robert Barricklow on September 6, 2013 at 9:41 am

        I finally got a kindle & Yahweh and the Two Faced God was no longer available at Amazon.

  6. yourgoldteeth on September 5, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Maybe they’re psychically incorrect, but has been all over this story for months, and they’re leading coverage right now. Jones has made the case, and I think he’s right, that they’ve provided the cover for people like Pat Buchanan and Rush Limbaugh to come out and publically state that the purported attack by the rebels looks like a false flag.

    The bad news is that the powers that be aren’t likely to just give up and go home now that they’ve been thwarted, probably only temporarily, and at least partially exposed. Infowars is reporting some disturbing domestic nuclear developments that may relate to their response.

  7. marcos toledo on September 5, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    As Dick Gregory wrote in his book Tell Me No More Lies America needs a new Injun to fight or Irish in the case of the Normans. As to your clash of civilizations think of America as Central from the first anime series of Fullmetal Alchemist the parallel world arc which ends with the animated movie Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conquest Of Smambala. America only business now is WAR INC.

  8. Robert Barricklow on September 5, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    To me the Israelis are & have been setting the U.S. foreign policy.
    They do False Flag Ops like movie theaters do popcorn.
    Deception is their bread & butter.
    And whose is ultimately pulling the Israelis strings?

  9. DownunderET on September 5, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    Very low audio volume in this N & V’, anybody else experiencing this ????

    • Robert Barricklow on September 5, 2013 at 2:47 pm

      Yes, it is set lower.

  10. Konsti on September 5, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    There are some people from one news agency(Anna news) that are reporting usually from the places where fights are happening near by. Syrian army guides them from one battlefield(after fights are over) to another for about 2 years.
    So they were exactly in that town, where possible chemical attack took place in certain date, which White House started to give first statements about. And they confirm that neither sides did use it. They also explain why the possibility were poor. The fights are taking place in urban conditions. At daytime Syrian army uses APC and tanks, cause snipers and RPG don’t let free half-destroyed buildings only by infantry. Terrorists don’t attack in daytime Syrian army, cause they are weaker, they attack by night. And the fights usually are happening close one side to another. In this situation you can’t use chemists(gases), cause there are no guarantee that you side won’t get it. Also they confirm there were no gas masks in Syrian army at that place and date. Also there were not found any at the killed terrorists.
    But were found chemicals near that first place

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