It's the New Year holiday folks, so my blog will be short today, but, I hope, pertinent.

This year was the second year since we remade the look of the website, created the members' area and direct members access to spontaneous interactions with me, and so on. It has been a great and, for me, fun ride the past two years, getting to know many of you in the members' area, interacting with the rest of you in comments, and trading ideas. It's been the best discussion and conversation I've had in a life of many fun and intellectually stimulating conversations with some bright people.

This year, after only two years, our website topped 4,500,000 hits... and I owe it all to you kind and generous folks that have contributed to this ongoing discussion. So permit me to say thank you to you all, and, for today, to suspend again the high octane speculation, and to wish you and yours a very Happy New Year and every good thing in the coming year.

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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. BetelgeuseT-1 on January 1, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    All the best wishes for all at the GDS community, Dr Farrell in particular.

    It’s been a major education after “finding” this website some 2 years ago now.
    I can not recommend this site highly enough, and have done so to family and friends, work collegues. Some of them get it, others don’t (yet).

    Still in the process of working my way through Dr Farrell’s books, up to Genes. Giants, Monsters and Men at the moment, so some way to go still.
    Of the read books, Babylon’s Banksters was the highlight ( or low light, depending on how you look at it). Can’t wait to get to the Vipers book, just ordered.
    It is like DownunderET has mentioned, will have to read some of the books two or three times to better grasp some of the content.
    “Getting” the metaphor is still a long way off…

    Thanks Dr Farrell for your insights and seemingly boundless knowledge.
    How you manage to remember it all is beyond me.

    And a special mention of Frankie.
    Your comments are priceless…thought-provoking and humorous at the same time, keep them coming.
    Me too would be interested how that Geisha girl act plays out. You remember the tea ceremony protocol I hope?

    Oh, and a mention of Murray, our-fly-on-the-wall parrot friend. He’s been quiet lately…
    Would love to get that bird to talk.
    Murray want a peanut? Murray want a peanut?

    • Frankie Calcutta on January 2, 2014 at 11:25 am

      Thanks BetelgeuseT-1. That was very kind of you to say. Much appreciated.

  2. DEBRA on January 1, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    Dr. Farrell: today the Russian presidency of the 2014 G8 summit unveiled their official Logo with explanation of their choice of motif. Was wondering if you have written about the 1920’s Avant-garde movement … and how it relates to the topological metaphor. It certainly seems to me that somebody in Russia “gets it.”

    “The logo for Russia’s G8 Presidency draws inspiration from Constructivism, as does the decoration of the G8 Summit it will be hosting. Constructivism was one of the most prominent art movements within the Russian Avant-Garde of the early 20th century, blurring the borders between traditional arts and practical design. In this sense, the Avant-Garde can be regarded as a precursor to globalization and technological progress, aspects of which today play a crucial role in the G8.”


  3. russhillier on December 31, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    One day when this mess is all sorted out could we please move New Years celerbrations back to the spring equinox, its original date before money considerations pluncked it into the dead of winter.

  4. Joseph P. Farrell on December 31, 2013 at 4:25 pm

    ROF…. keep us all posted on how that Geisha girl routine works out for you Frankie! 🙂

  5. Milton Zentmyer on December 31, 2013 at 3:22 pm


    You filled in the other areas I forgot to mention! Rather amazing collection of topics I’d say. I really appreciate your questions on the vidchats, downunder. Thanks.

    • DownunderET on December 31, 2013 at 3:58 pm

      Hi Milton:

      Yes I enjoy the vidchatz also, I’ve been telling friends about the site and said they should join in the fun.

      I try and structure my vidchatz questions to try and “clear up” some of the ideas and themes that Joseph has written about, as sometimes they get a little unclear or cloudy. It goes without saying that before I started to read Joseph’ books, I realized that the lies we were being told were HUGE, but now after reading his books, I’ve realized the lies are MONSTOUS.

      • LSM on December 31, 2013 at 6:02 pm

        Hi Downunder,

        couldn’t agree with you more-

        “I’ve realized the lies are MONSTOUS”- am not sure “monstrous” is a strong enough adjective/explative for all of this- I think it just scratches the surface-

        stay well and happy new year!


      • Robert Barricklow on December 31, 2013 at 6:15 pm

        A Galaxy of Lies.

  6. Robert Barricklow on December 31, 2013 at 1:33 pm

  7. DownunderET on December 31, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    Happy New Year to Joseph and all the GDS members. I just hope that 2014 is better than 2013, well it has to be right?

    Dare I say that the top topics this year will be space, gold, war, and more war, oh and just a little of geopolitical engineering thrown in for good measure.

    And don’t forget the Transhumanism goons playing god in laboratories for the good of man.

    I say bring back Enlil and Enki, they’d have to be better than the elites we have now, or would they be?

    • Enlil's a Dog on December 31, 2013 at 6:38 pm

      No, we don’t want Enlil – Enlil’s a dog!! 🙂

      Happy new year to all.

  8. Milton Zentmyer on December 31, 2013 at 11:15 am

    Dr. Farrell:

    It has been an education in history, early church history, banking, patristics, physics, engineering, music, othodoxy, philosophy….geesh, I’m probably missing something.

    I can’t thank you enough. I chat up your site and work on another site that I have membership and some of the other fellow contributors are aware of you as well.

    The most important aspect of your research and writing for me has been Yaweh the Two faced God. I have always struggled with the character in my religious upbring and my spiritual life. This is a journey and you are on the same path as well, I find it reassuring to find dialogue along the way.

    Best wishes for the New Year

  9. DEBRA on December 31, 2013 at 10:41 am

    Dr. Farrell: you don’t suppose some of those London banksters are lurking on GizaDeathStar.com, do you? hahahaha: this was just now posted on RT:

    headline: Bankers need to shift to principles of ‘justice and hope’ – Archbishop

    Barclays bank chief executive Antony Jenkins was guest editor of the BBC Radio’s Four program, where he discussed with Mr. Welby the “similarities” between leadership of a bank and of the Church of England.


  10. marcos toledo on December 31, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Happy New Year everyone by the way any thoughts on the World War 1 the War to End All Wars centennial that coming up. How that war still hangs like a Sword Of Damocles over the world looking forward to your musing on that an other centennials coming up in 2014 also 2017 will be the centennial of John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s birth.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 31, 2013 at 6:24 pm

      WW1 – where the international banksters put bayonet-guns in the hands of workers worldwide,
      only to protect their obscene monopolies.
      What a farce!: A war to end all wars.

  11. chartres43 on December 31, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Happy New Year.
    I am looking forward to a year of high octane speculations and great discussions.

    As you plan your presentations please remember you promised to talk about
    Earl of Oxford –Edward DeVere… please also comment on the hidden meanings found in A Winter’s Tale, Mid Summer Nights Dream and The Tempest..

    I hope you will also consider talking about Mozart’s Magic Flute. Do you think there’s any merit to the theory that Magic Flute is a expose of the Masonic tradition? Do you think its production led to Mozart’s death?

    • LSM on December 31, 2013 at 6:30 pm

      Hi chartres,

      as for Mozart:

      Scottish researcher/musicologist Robert Newman, to his own horror, has discovered that almost everything attributed to Mozart was not at all written by him (listen to his interviews “Manufacture of Mozart” and “The Music Industry” available on redicecreations)-

      the concept of “Wunderkind” Mozart having written all of this was nothing more than a sales-gimmick to lure investors and sell (or not) new productions (most probably a lot of it like “The Producers” film scenario- Mozart didn’t have much success during his lifetime- probably because the public saw through the scam- people seemed to be a little more aware back then)-

      and the same goes for Haydn and Beethoven; had Haydn actually written everything attributed to him, knowing how tedious notating musical scores back then with a quill was, he wouldn’t have had time to go to the loo-

      yep, even so-called classical music hasn’t been spared corruption-

      I don’t believe Mozart was “done in” because he exposed Freemasonry (as if he had anything to do whatsoever with composing “Magic Flute”); once his purpose had been fulfilled and became too old to be sold as a “childhood genius” he was simply dropped like a hot potatoe and left to rot-

      anyway, have a blessed 2014 and continue to stay well-

      Larry in Germany

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on January 1, 2014 at 4:09 pm

        Larry, has anyone else besides Robert Newman been able to confirm this?
        I’ve had a look around when you mentioned this previously and nothing shows up other than Newman’s work.

        • LSM on January 2, 2014 at 5:03 am

          not to my knowledge- probably because Newman is one of the first to stumble upon this- but yet his research is based on findings of others; for example, two Italian musicologists who managed to get a hold of the so-called ‘original’ score of “Marriage of Figaro” in Vienna discovered that after holding the last page under ultraviolet light where Mozart’s signature appears, another composer’s signature had been erased and Mozart’s name super imposed-

          it could be that Newman is one of the few to have the interest and courage to tackle this subject- even professional musicians don’t want to have their bubbles burst regarding their favorite composers-

          why should “classical” music have bee spared corruption? (sorry- rhetorical question 🙂 )- corruption and deceit are everywhere-

          in Newman’s own words: “The Music Industry was the death of Musicology”-

          stay well!


          • BetelgeuseT-1 on January 2, 2014 at 6:01 pm

            Thanks Larry.
            In Dr Farrell’s words: Let’s monitor the situation, see what else might come out of the woodwork.

  12. Margaret on December 31, 2013 at 7:58 am

    Equal thanks in return, Dr Farrell … such a wonderful and valued opportunity for your readers to interact with you and one another. What you and Daniel offer is much appreciated. Best wishes to you, Daniel and all the GDS ‘family’ here for safekeeping, good health, well-being, prosperity and a smooth path in the coming year. And … it looks like the website is off to a great start for 2014: there are already 15243 page views and the clock hasn’t even struck midnight here yet! Cheers!

  13. DanaThomas on December 31, 2013 at 5:20 am

    Best wishes for another year “thinking outside of the box”

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