Many of you sent this article to me, and after reading it, I can see why. Earth, it seems, may have such an abundance of water between layers of the mantle that the amount of water would exceed the world's oceans combined:

Earth Has a Secret Reservoir of Water say Scientists

Such a model of interior geophysics will, of course, be seized upon by a certain kind of fundamentalist as a confirmation of their canonical texts, which, in a loose sense, it is, for it is confirmation - albeit slight, we'll get back to that in a moment - of their model, including "ringwoodite," provided of course that the story is true, which we assume it to be for the sake of our high octane speculations here. But the idea of confirming an entire model on the basis of a small and essentially worthless brown diamond is...well, stretching the evidence. We have no idea if the small amount of ringwoodite comes from a local region, or is representative of a planetary wide phenomenon. What would be needed for confirmation of the model is more such finds, across a dispersed area of the planetary surface.

But the find does have certain implications for other theories, besides ancient texts or modern planetary geophysics. It gives, for example, a new perspective to Charles Hapgood - of Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings fame - and his theory of "crustal displacement," a theory that was even endorsed by Albert Einstein(a theory to which I do not subscribe).

But there may be something significant here for exo-planetary geophysics as well, assuming the phenomenon to me proper to solid celestial bodies, particularly those that are, or were thought to be,  water-bearing or oceanic at some point in their history...

...such as Mars. Geological features on Mars show evidence of flowing water, or flowing liquid of some sort, and it is known that one of the polar ice caps on Mars has frozen water-ice.  Much current thinking on human expeditions and eventual settlement of that planet involve exploiting Mars' indigenous water to support the population, raise food, and so on, a prospect greatly expanded if the technology could be developed to recover such mantle water if the phenomenon were extended to the interior of Mars, which may or may not be confirmed pending further geophysical study of that planet.

In any case, the fact remains that if further confirmation of the model can be obtained on Earth, it will ultimately stand as a confirmation of those ancient texts and legends that speak of the waters under the Earth... and another indicator that those texts should not be dismissed as the non-scientific products of a bygone age. And the danger equally lurks that the wild and radical will take them as confirmation of all that those texts says and mandate, which, of course, it is not.

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. Milton Zentmyer on March 18, 2014 at 8:24 pm

    Well, if there is this water source, don’t let Dick Cheney, Bush Family or other criminal families as they will buy it up and let the rest of the world (after they have polluted ground water with fracking) die of thirst.

  2. mikey on March 18, 2014 at 2:14 am

    Just squeeze mother earth a bit and you get a beautiful flood.
    Watch the new Noah movie, there the water comes from underground.

  3. johnycomelately on March 17, 2014 at 9:22 pm

    James McCanney posits that the earth acts like a comet as a capacitor and constantly pulls in new water as it travels through the solar system, I guess the water has to go somewhere.

  4. Geraldo Lino on March 17, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    Hi Mr Farrell,

    I wonder if you are aware of the international seminar “Search for Life Beyond the Solar System 2014”, jointly sponsored by the Vatican Observatory, NASA and the Arizona University ( One of its quite interesting themes is the “Search for Extraterrestrial Technology”. It seems to be worth following.

    Greetings from Rio de Janeiro, Brazi.

  5. EVERMORE on March 17, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    RT reporting Venice wants to secede from Italy??!!!

    Sorry, this is off topic but something of interest for followers of Dr Farrell…

  6. Frankie Calcutta on March 17, 2014 at 9:55 am

    I wonder what would happen if we re-directed the Van Allen belt and channeled it deep into the Earth’s crust? Could we possibly alter the molecular form of the hydroxyl and thereby release this water from the rocks it is trapped in? Would the water then cascade down deeper into the Earth’s mantel and douse the fiery inner core of the Earth and produce steam which we could then harness for energy as it seeped upward through the Earth’s crust? Could this steam/water then be re-directed and pumped onto Mars in some fashion? What if this was originally Mars’ water anyhow, and in a cosmic water war the life sustaining substance was stolen and warehoused below Earth for safe keeping? Maybe it is our duty to return it to Mars. While we would risk massive earthquakes and volcanoes in this process, I think the effort would be worth it, if in the process we could replenish Mars with water and make it habitable once again. The Earth is pretty much ruined anyhow. Humans have made an absolute mess of this place. Besides, it would make a fascinating experiment for DARPA and whoever else would be involved.

    Or, what about just replacing the Van Allen belt with an envelope of ice? This could certainly protect us from all kinds of things like solar discharges and even alien attacks. It might even disguise the planet and make dangerous visitors think the Earth is just a big ball of frozen water. But if we release this water from the rock deep in the Earth’s crust, I wonder what else we will be releasing? Perhaps there are watery beings who will not like their homes being disturbed. I bet the environmentalists will make no noise to protect them. Or, what about the Belrogs and other fiery plasma beings below in the magma who will not like being doused with this released water. Could we actually in the process be extinguishing Hell? Maybe the Van Allen Belt is somebody’s heaven. Valhalla?

    Interesting that between the layer of earth and the layer of fire is a layer of water. Can we deduce then that below the fire layer is a layer of air and below that in the center is a core of ether?

    Lastly, how much would a rapper or a hollywood star pay for a chunk of ringwoodite? Could this quickly become the most coveted valuable in our grossly materialistic age? Is it the new mithral? Or, has gold run its course and our computer programmers have introduced a new mineral into our simulated world for us to fight over?

    • jedi on March 17, 2014 at 12:20 pm

      redirecting the van allen radial belts could cause the earth too explode into a meteor belt, where han solo or OB1 could hide out from the empire and those bounty hunters.

      Its a script that has already been written.

    • LibTechBanshee on March 17, 2014 at 12:28 pm

      Mars doesn’t need water. It just needs to be Terra formed.

      Soon, those deadly Asteroids will have the puppets in charge foaming at the mouth at the need to hasten the space program and get the colonization of the moon etc. into high gear.

      • jedi on March 17, 2014 at 4:40 pm

        and then there is the gulf stream…optically when entering it, is going from cold brown waters into abundance of life and azure warm waters.

        A simple chlorine test anyone? For those out there who are aware of how to manufacture chlorine.

        from the man from Galilee.

        • justawhoaman on March 17, 2014 at 8:16 pm

          I thought my neck broke when I read your comment (head snapped back so hard). Everything about the Gulf Stream is unique to the water around it: salinity, temperature, biota. It streams near the surface then dives… apparently changing its course and depth with weather fluctuations… in the North Sea. Surface eddies break off from it and sometimes reunite…

          I guess I need another hint before I can choose a door.

      • Tim on March 17, 2014 at 8:38 pm

        Water? Mars needs Moms!

        • Frankie Calcutta on March 18, 2014 at 6:41 am

          No Tim. Mars Needs Guitars:

          A little trip down memory lane from one of Australia’s greatest exports:

          • Tim on March 18, 2014 at 9:14 pm

            Sweet! Good point! Mars needs guitars ‘Cause the man from Mars stopped eatin’ cars and eatin’ bars And now he only eats guitars.


          • Frankie Calcutta on March 19, 2014 at 8:02 am

            Tim, what about those Spiders from Mars?


            “There’s a Starman waiting in the sky, he’d like to come and meet us but he thinks he’ll blow our mind.”

            I don’t know if Dr. Farrell would agree. I think he believes the Starmen are a lot meaner. Maybe David Bowie should attend the secret space conference so we can get his take on the starmen and his experiences with them. And after, David Bowie could sing along while Dr. Farrell played the harpsichord. It would kind of be like Bowie’s Christmas duet with Bing Crosby years back… but on steroids. It would provide the perfect ambience for the conference. Maybe start with a few Bach cantatas followed by the entire Ziggy Stardust album. Just Bowie’s voice and Dr. Farrell’s harpsichord, and maybe a pair of Bowie’s old Ziggy Stardust stage costumes.

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 17, 2014 at 9:22 am

    For myself, it is a given that those in the know have known about “this” for sometime. The “this” being the question. Is it an engineered story to foster a belief, so that it stands as an “established” platform upon which a coming ops is being prepared? Is it based on “fact”, that now suits some purpose, that is set to happen is “stages, of which this water story is necessary at this point in time? In other words, “they” already know. It is the public that is in the dark. So either some light is being let in. Or it is another illusion being incorporated into myth. Ironic is a universe of illusion, our “governments” are creating their own illusions as well. Will these illusions, sometime in the future, be patented & copyright for other worlds, not yet a gleam in some future system building empires'(solar system empires to be?)?

  8. marcos toledo on March 17, 2014 at 8:22 am

    This brings up beside Mars the large moons of Jupiter and Saturn. Could this water lubricate the tectonic plates and could there really be a hallow earth. And what about the Moon, Venus and Mercury could they also have underground water reserves. This also have implications for the amount of water on the exoplanets we finding around other stars and for the possibility of life on them.

  9. dbjes on March 17, 2014 at 5:34 am

    Dear Mr. Farrell,
    I am posting this comment here because I see no other place (It happened last time I wrote a comment too; if I’m wrong and somehow didn’t see a contact spot, please tell me).

    I have read with much interest the first two books about Giza.
    I would like to note that the tetrahedral pattern in the tetrahedral physics (the 19.5 degree of the circle/planet point regarding it) can be only with equal sides, a detail which you didn’t mention in the chapter dealing with it in the 2nd book, Giza Deployed. Correct me if I’m wrong or post an additional explanation to the book. This detail completes the Magen David (Star of David – actually, Shield of David, in Hebrew) geometric pattern of two inverted equal sides triangles intertwining over the diameter of the circle.

    Another point I would like to mention, is your lack of mention of of Israel as a country in possession of scalar/quantum potential weapons, a thing Mr. Bearden, and others, mention all along their disertation regarding the matter, even to the point of Israel coming to the rescue of the US against Russian naked aggression (if all this is true, of course).

    Allow me, please, to commend you for your absolutely fascinating and altogether purely scientific account of the subject in your books. This remark goes as well as to all your other books, of which I have bought all. I can only lament the lack of courage on the part of the majority of academia members in all the subjects that you and others like you touch upon with passionate unrelenting will to uncover and explain things that we, the masses, aren’t told in all the conventional means of education and media.

    Finally, I want to observe that the two first books on the Giza saga, are heavily laden with scientific terms and equations, something that the layman cannot and will not be able to digest. I would like to think that the reason for this deliberate style (I see no other way to explain it coming from you), is the aim of these books – to elaborate as best as possible on a subject that otherwise cannot be touched and spoken about and to make and bring the point of the subject as detailed and as scientifically founded as possible, with the risk of not being fully understood by Joe Doe or him having to put the book aside unfinishing its reading.

    With all this said, I have to say that I read your books avidly and appreciatingly for your attempt to unfold concealed puzzles that concern us all. In the course of it, I ignore the typos; no matter.
    Thank you,
    D B

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