have to blog about this one.

In fact, this particular story set an all-time new record, because since it's appearance, so many of you sent me various versions of it - and again a big thank you to all of you who did - that it constituted almost 25% of all emails and articles about all subjects that you sent me these past two weeks.

And it is a stunning story, with some rather obvious, and profound implications, for this is a story you can file both in your Transhumanism scrapbook and your 3d-printing scrapbook.  But first, a little background here for those unaware of our approach to this subject, and a bit of review for those who are.

Our approach to these two subjects has been that transhumanism, insofar as it can be qualified as an ethical and philosophical system or cosmology, is a peculiar blend of the basic western ideas of (1) linear progress, (2) a basic materialistic cosmology, and (3) esoteric themes borrowed chiefly from alchemy, as transhumanists seek to "reverse engineer" the descent of man from the androgynous realm, down through mineral, vegetable, and animal man. By seeking to reverse this process, they extoll the virtues of technological fusions of man and animal via genetic engineering, man and vegetable by the same, and man and mineral via the the employment of nano-, robotic-, and information-processing technologies.

In this context, we have also argued that three-dimensional-printing, as a manufacturing technology, is taylor made for the type of social and cultural transformations that the transhumanists are promoting  and championing(Kurzweil) or dreading (Garreau). We have maintained on this site that the technology may have come from(and in our opinion very likely did come from) the black projects world. Most importantly, we have argued that it represents the first faltering steps in the technology tree towards a Star Trek-like "replicator" and "transporter-teleporter" technology.  Indeed, we have blogged about the possibilities that 3D scanning and printing technologies are taylor made to space-exploration, as robotic probes can scan an object and even its basic chemical composition (and eventually, presumably scan its interior), and this information, beamed back to Earth, can allow a "replica" to be printed for examination. It's not quite the real thing, but in the absence of "going there" or "bringing rocks back", it's the next best thing, and there are indications that NASA and other space agencies have already used the technology in this fashion.

The problem is, it is not quite a Star Trek replicator or transporter, in that one has to have physical material at the receiving end of the process, which is put into the 3D printer, which then replicates the object. As yet, the object on the scan end is not being molecularly or atomically disassembled and magically reassembled at the other end (the mathematics of such a process alone boggle the mind).  The next step in the technology tree would thus inevitably be the ability to create matter from light, then, after that, the ability to scan ever more complex objects and then to create them at the printing end of the process, from light itself. We're a long way from being able to do all our shopping on line, and "printing" our orders at home. But...the moment we introduce light and matter into the equation, we are raising the theoretical possibility that such achievements might eventually become possible....

No sooner said than done, folks, as physicists in the UK have proposed a method of doing so (and testing certain theories in the process):

UK discovery 'starts race' to turn light into matter

Scientists discover how to turn light into matter after 80-year quest

We could literally talk for days on this, but I think, in the context of other developments, the implications are clear: we are both a long way from "replicator" and "transporter," but, if these scientists are able to do what they are proposing to do, then we will have taken another step that is both small and yet hugely significant at the same time.

...and that raises the question of just what might have already been accomplished in the black projects world...
And stop and think, just for a moment, how just capabilities, if ever achieved, will affect human cosmology, and with it, finance...
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. emlong on May 25, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    As someone who used to work with ormus and who now is a producer of orgonite objects the idea that light could be transformed into matter is obvious and has already been done to some extent with so called “white powder gold” which under certain conditions can vacillate between the material state and the light state. We already know that matter is light, so it is just a matter of time before we master the transitions, and we probably already have somewhere in a lab underground.
    The moment such feats escape into the capabilities of the lay public or at least the lay scientists we have by default become what the ET’s have always said we would become – “light beings,” and then our requirements in the material world diminish hugely. It wouldn’t just be high tech it would be “beyond” tech. The light beings described in the Betty Andreasson abduction books show light beings perfectly fulfilled and complete just zipping around as light, entwined in light, in love with light, “eating” light, and being light. There isn’t much need for replicators or anything else in the way of gizmos.

    At the risk of blatantly plugging my business site there are some thing talked about here (Orgonia) that pertain somewhat to the thread at hand. There is a brief section on what I had done with ormus vis a vis the “silver seer.”

  2. DownunderET on May 24, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    Isn’t creating matter from light “Alchemy”, considering Joseph has always maintained that mainstream physics is “dead ended”, then these so-called scientists have a hard road in front of them.
    Also consider all the money this is costing, wacky scientists ripping up millions of money on hair brain ideas that will come to a dead end. What about the Hadron Collider, this “money eating machine” has been shut down for “maintenance”, more like run out of funds for me. So, matter from light, well they probably already have it, and the internal combustion engine is here to stay.

    • Lost on May 25, 2014 at 4:43 am

      The creation of matter from energy is accepted as possible in mainstream physics, and has been since at least the 1930s.

      However this process being used at Imperial College, London takes a great deal of energy–heat–for the creation of little matter, so is in fact not real useful for making a Star Trek like replicator.

      Now there are other processes for making matter that don’t require so much energy, those are more akin to the alchemy which you posit would cause trouble for convention physicists. But would be much more useful in a matter replicator.

      News that the Hadron Collider is shut down for any long period. They wrecked some of the equipment early on, replaced and ran the machine at lower power–still proving that if the big bang happened something like the Higgs Boson existed for a fraction of a second.

      More than suspect that big particle accelerators have other purposes.

  3. marcos toledo on May 24, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    The first Star Trek series was broadcast in 1966 but the idea of a replicator goes back ten years earlier. To the film Forbidden Planet and the idea of civilization without instrumentality the project that destroyed the Krell in that film. The problem as always will be do we have the wisdom to use this technology wisely or will we screw ourselves as usual that’s the eternal question.

  4. Robert Barricklow on May 24, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    “There Is Nothing New Under The Sun” Ecclesiastes 1:4-11


    What has been is what will be
    and what has been done is what will be done
    and there is nothing new under the sun.

    Is there anything of which it is said,
    “See this is new”?
    It has been already
    in ages before us.

    There is no remembrance of former things,
    nor will there be any remembrance
    of later things yet to be among those who come after.

  5. Aridzonan_13 on May 24, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    The question is, if this what the MSM is reporting, then how much further are they down the road on the Black OP, Break Away side?? The $4T MIA at DOD has purchased something.. Clif High of the Web Bot project, found that the MIC had gone from R&D RFP’s on suspected anti-grav projects language to production RFP’s language in the late 50’s early 60’s or possibly earlier. So, what other Off World First Order Civ tech is loose on planet Terra? I’m guessing we’re about 100 years behind where we should be. All to maintain the monopoly that spans every economic address space.. War w/o End Amen and Petroleum Forever are what the rest of us are stuck with.

  6. Jon on May 24, 2014 at 12:14 pm

    It is just as much fall-out from “Einstein’s,” equation E=MC2 (which is probably not really his) as is the atomic bomb.

    I would be willing to bet that they have worked every bit as hard to do this as to make the a-bomb, but given the far more dire results to the financial power structure, I would also bet that it would be seen as a far greater proliferation threat than bombs.

    Let’s face it, we are talking making anything we want as long as we have energy. Given a cheap enough source of energy, the whole economy of scarcity would collapse, and the current financial power base with it.

    This technology would have to be very carefully controlled.

    The breakthrough in scanning technology would have to come from being able to accurately record what Bearden would call the “template,” or higher dimensional “blueprint” for a physical object (or entity). Mainstream technology is a long way off from being able to do that.

    Black project technology, however, is probably much, much closer, if not already there. I would also suggest that the suppression of the Fogal transistor is tied in with this technology, given its ability to pull multidimensional data from regular film photos.

    Interesting that Star Trek never explored the idea of using transporter technology to create an army of clones (although it did come close in “Mudd’s Women”). That would seem to me to be an obvious place to go with this technology.

    They also played down the manufacturing capabilities of the replicator/transporter technology, in some cases saying that replicators could not replicate working macchines or electronics – which makes no snense if it can scan and reliably rebuild said technology in a transporter.

    Was Motorola’s decision to make early cell phones look and work a bit like first gen Star Trek communicators really just a “marketing gimmick,” or was somethign else going on?

    • Lost on May 25, 2014 at 4:50 am

      Right, other processes and gear have probably been developed in secret.

      The Nemes microscope for example–which clearly implies vitalistic matter, and very much produces images that look a lot like certain early 20th century abstract paintings.

      Star Trek the Next Generation had what are clearly iPads, tablet computers, running some interface that looks a lot like Windows 8.

      Others have remarked on the similarity of flip cell phones to Star Trek communicators. (Technically the early Motorolas one could carry looked like bricks though.)

  7. Celtic Death Star on May 24, 2014 at 8:33 am

  8. jedi on May 24, 2014 at 6:27 am

    Light and matter?
    Light is matter?
    Those pyramids have airwaves or perhaps light waves
    In the beginning was the word…….word is sound, is energy, is light.

    • Lost on May 24, 2014 at 8:13 am


      Yes, this point is well made in the various “Giza Death Star” books.

      What’s more interesting is that there are ways of making matter, the use of pyramids included, that don’t use anywhere near the level of energy used in this London experiment. Suggesting that these physicists in London don’t really understand what energy is. So are in fact pretty far from the connection you’ve suggested.

      The kind of system you’re describing is likely what was used to turn the World Trade Towers into powder. That it can be reversed to make matter is not news.

  9. Lost on May 24, 2014 at 5:49 am

    Over last 100 years people like Reich and Le Bon have both reported creating matter under repeatable conditions.

    And more recently the people working with what’s generally called ORMUS have also reported such creation ex nihil.

    I’d bet the cold fusion types too.

    None involving lasers.

    Yes this is interesting, and interesting that those physicists working in London could figure out how to build the experiment based on work from the 1930s.

    But not new.

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