No sooner had I posted my News and Views from the Nefarium for Janu 9, 2014 a week ago, than a Mr. A.J.M. posted on You Tube the following two links, which, as the reader will quickly gather, tends to corroborate the view I was advancing, that "they" are preparing us slowly and gradually to accept the idea of the putting horrendously powerful weapons in space:

NASA-USAF SPACECOM-BOEING SVS Directed Energy US Military Space Weapons Platform

As the abstract of the article avers, there is serious effort underway (and really, let's admit it folks, it's been underway at least since the Reagan era if not before), to study the precision targeting requirements for space-based lasers that can target small moving targets accurately. Admittedly, lasers would be an effective weapon in the vacuum of space, but since the advent of optical phase conjugation, they can be ground based as well. In either case, however, the targeting of such weapons, particularly on a moving platform in space to another moving platform in space is an exponentially more difficult version of moving battleships trying to lay and target their long range naval rifles to land projectiles on target... hence the invention of the computer in the form of the fire-control computer.

But as I pointed out in the News and Views, there's a hidden factor here, laying carefully disguised behind the language, and that factor I believe is the UFO. Consider: a ground and/or air-launched missile or a rocket such as the Chinese are reportedly developing, can be an effective anti-satellite weapon, and for the money and ease of engineering, is a less intensive than building space-based or ground based high-energy lasers, thought the targeting requirements are still quite tricky.

So why bother with lasers at all? Well, before we get to that, consider this, also shared by Mr. A.J.M. on the YouTube version of last week's News and Views:

High Energy Laser (HEL) Test Facilty

While I normally don't post such personal stories here at this website, I do so here because Mr. A.J.M.'s story is one that bears mentioning, not the least of which because I too have personally seen (though unlike him, have not been in) some of these types of facilities. They do exist. And rest assured, even if one gains access like Mr. A.J.M. for deliveries, that means the technology represented has been eclipsed by more powerful and capable systems, otherwise, everyday people like us would not get anywhere near them, even for deliveries.

Which brings us back to Mr. Reagan, and the updated Boeing targeting system research linked above.

Recall that Reagan, in his various "Star Wars" speeches, made reference to the fact that strategic defense against thermonuclear missiles would be a good thing (kind of hard to argue with that logic). But Mr. Reagan also repeated made mention to something else, and that was an invasion by parties not of this Earth. Notice what Mr. Reagan was really doing, for he was stating publicly what I have argued in some books: the national security establishment had to contend with two potential threats, the Soviet one, and that represented by the UFO. The strategic decision had been taken long before to develop technologies that could do double duty in defending against both.

Star Wars long ago fulfilled its goal as a tool of economic warfare against the Soviet Union, but the Russian (and Chinese and French and Indian and Israeli and probably German and Brazilian) missiles are still there.

And so is the UFO.

And that, I suspect, is the real story here. Can't have those things buzzing around and threatening our satellites.

Which brings us back to that abstract about targeting research. Ponder the implications of this statement carefully:

"In addition, absolute pointing and inertial angular-rate measurements are required to support mission requirements."

While being able to determine inertial angular-rate measurements is certainly a good thing for space-based anti-satellite weapons, with lasers it should be a relatively easy thing to "point and aim" at a relatively slow moving satellite target.  But if the target was much faster moving relative to the weapons platform itself, intertial angular rate measurements would be essential for targeting...

See you on the flip side.

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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. yankee phil on January 25, 2014 at 4:43 am

    Defending our satellite system with lazers or rail guns(ion?) against an extra terrestial advanced tech threat is to me like the polish cavelry that attacked the german armered(panzer)division on horseback with drawn sabre’s in the second world war,your just sucking around for a major defeat. The russian threat has always been defensive in nature so it seems the SDI is a first strike enabling system,agressive not defensive. If the bells physics are developemental then surely there must be galactic forces watching our developement from a nearby location(solar system close). I would think that they are watching germany play out its covert take over of the west and the depopulation that must inevitably follow. I’m deathly afraid of a world being prosecuted in a universal court for “crimes against a galaxy” where whats left of us is judged not worthy of a planet.

  2. electrodirector on January 20, 2014 at 6:04 am

    Peddling 60 yr-plus obsolescent or fictitious technology has always been a hallmark of the would-be controllers.

    Instead of listening to these inventions, taking a gander at a certain book, that has been labeled as non-kosher because of its having been printed in China, would save a lot of time. Namely, to see what really was state-of-the-art in DEW technology in 2001. The idea of rockets in that scenario is simply hilarious.

    The book’s Chinese provenance – for me, at least – indicates the possibility that certain organizations had no possibility to give the usual mistreatment to one of the most important books, ever. And, as usual, Adam and his cousins are baaaaaad losers. But a lot of people are paid to save their collective face. This, of course, does not save the corrupters’ argumentation, which simply implodes with the basics, as neuropathologically challenged ”chosen-ones” show their real worth.

  3. Cassandane on January 16, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    Reading way down the AJ Macdonald article, I found a paragraph that I, personally found pretty creepy:

    ” These perturbations allow for the immediate and lasting ability to create localized fog or stratus cloud formations shielding critical assets against attack from energy based weapons.”

    The reason for my reaction was an experience I had a few nights ago when I was kept awake until the wee hours of the morning by the sound of something mechanical flying around. After dark, the cloud cover had become much thicker and lower – nothing new in that around here – but there was something out there flying around that didn’t sound normal and it was doing it for 4-5 hours.

    At first I thought it was a helicopter because I thought I could make out brief snatches of the sound of rotors. It was very hard to pinpoint where the sound was coming from, especially as it would get louder and then softer without any recognizable periodicity. I went out and drove around awhile to see if I could find what was making the sound, but couldn’t find anything obvious. The sound was audible in some places and then would disappear, and was not audible in others for as long as I was willing to wait with the car windows down.

    Maybe it was nothing, but the heavy cloud cover surprised me as it had not been that overcast before I’d gone to bed. That coupled with this unusual sound that seemed to come and go above me made me very curious.

    Perhaps it was the police department playing with their new drones. Or perhaps I read so much “alternative stuff” that I’m unwilling to write off oddities in case they’re dangerous.

  4. basta on January 16, 2014 at 4:01 pm

    Off topic (but only somewhat, seeing as how both space and “family” are Leitmotiven here..) via Wayne Masden’s headlines & pithy comments:

    “Hubble peers inside Tarantula nebula”
    — No sign yet of the Bush family’s home world.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 17, 2014 at 9:17 pm


    • ERROR 418 on January 23, 2014 at 3:38 am


  5. marcos toledo on January 16, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    The Boeing Dreamliner 787 is probably being constructed by low end engineers and the top of the line engineers are in the Black Technologies. Building stuff the would make the engineers of Star Trek and Star Wars green with envy. All that are overlords have on their minds is creating killing machines to entertain themselves as they watch some living creature get killed slowly and painfully before their eyes. Either live or recorded.

  6. Frankie Calcutta on January 16, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Curiously, considering all the widely reported problems with Boeing’s new 787 dreamliner commercial aircraft and the cuts in US defense spending, the second largest defense contractor’s stock was mysteriously up 78% in 2013 on optimism about Boeing’s future. Well sure, there is an unprecedented military build up taking place in space to combat the threat of UFOs. This news just isn’t being reported on CNBC or Bloomberg. I guess we know where the smart money goes for real information. The oracle of North Dakota? The same goes for Lockheed who’s stock was up over 50% last year despite lost revenue due to on the books defense cuts. The stock pickers are mystified.

    Sadly, both these companies had to close facilities and cut jobs and even negotiate tax breaks in these tough times in this tv scripted fantasy world here on the surface of the Earth. But below ground, robots, slaves, and test tube humans no doubt have taken over the workforce for these defense contractors and the dough to pay for them and materials keeps rolling in from the black budget. Robots who don’t require medical insurance, pensions, or even lunch or sleep. Maybe just a little lube oil from time to time. I think it is high time we did an inventory on these robots and started taxing them. If rank and file Americans continue to get the shaft from these big corporations and its bought and paid for government, maybe they will start viewing the UFOs as saviors?

    I wonder as well if there is an off the books stock market? If Boeing and Lockheed’s stocks keep going up, main stream people are going to start wondering.

    • jedi on January 16, 2014 at 10:44 am

      Frankie I have a strong intuition that our sin numbers are the on the books monopoly payout that these idiots receive every time they pass Go….or in morse code DO Hiel H.

      They have ANCIENT underground cities in Turkey, lots of them, so this is not the first time this project has been successful…..imagine hordes of zombie people rising up out of nowhere, like platos zombies killing us.

      If you see large flocks of bird men around……it might be a cue to go on a vacation….ie vacate, or it could be a permanent vacation cause her boyfriends back.

      The bankers are back in town and they need a burnt offing…..

  7. jedi on January 16, 2014 at 9:50 am

    you’re close doc….

  8. DanaThomas on January 16, 2014 at 8:46 am

    Scribd is a goldmine of information, though searches there can be time-consuming. If you find something, download it because material is sometimes deleted.

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