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HIGH ORBITAL SPECULATIONS, PART THREE: CHARLES BOLDEN, HUMAN SURVIVAL, ...

Over the past two days, and again today, I have been considering the scenario that we appear to be living in a period of social engineering closely resembling the revelation of the New World during the Renaissance, and that the revelation or disclosure of ET or ET civilizations in the past, or both, within our solar system may involve the same careful coordination of (1) financial and technolical powers able to exploit the New World fully and openly, (2) the political power, and (3) the religious power, in the revelation of knowledge that was secretly held and exploited for some time prior to its actual public disclosure, in this case, knowledge of a whole "new world" across the "western sea", which did indeed exist in Europe, and which was indeed privately and secretly exploited prior to its disclosure or revelation. Yesterday, I blogged about the strange remarks, and strange context of the remarks, of former President Bill Clinton on the Jimmy Kimmel show, a show where a leading politician made serious comments in the context of comedy.

This, as I pointed out, was not the first time a politician had used the context of entertainment to say some pretty serious things, the other being US Senator and former NASA astronaut John Glenn, on the old sitcom Frasier. The formula was exactly duplicated in President Clinton's appearance. Thus, two components of the New World revelation triumverate are in place.

It is time to consider the third: the technolgical-financial. Regular readers here will be aware of my basic model or hypothesis, that space was was early on collateralized - secretly - by the national security complex to gain the participation of prime banks in support of a secret system of finance designed to provide the enormous funds that would be needed for a post-World War Two, decades' long Manhattan-sized project to research and create the technologies needed to effect real and efficient deep space exploration, and to achieve a level of potential military technological development designed to demonstrate near-parity to any potential "hostiles out there." Additionally, I have blogged previously on this site about how  the current quiet push for the commercialization of space - including the mining of celestial bodies - seems to be indicating that slowly, quietly, the lid is coming off this whole post-war arrangement.

In the context of the former president's remarks, and those of the Vatican, consider these statements from NASA chief Charles Bolden, also stated more or less in the same time frame of the others:

The Future of Humanity Awaits in Deep Space, NASA Chief Says

NASA Chief Says Manned Mission to Mars Absolutely Necessary for Human Race's Survival

Bolden's remarks, as summarized in the second article, are worth pondering in the wider context of other space-related remarks we have been considering over the past few days, and indeed, over the course of several blogs on this site:

"At a recent summit in Washington, D.C., NASA chief Charles Bolden outlined the space agency's plans for a manned mission to Mars by 2030, calling it 'necessary if the human race is to survive.'

"Bolden has described a massive effort the space agency might undertake to conduct such a mission: Start by lassoing an asteroid and bringing it into the moon's orbit by 2015. Then, astronauts could perform test missions on the asteroid, according to the International Business Times. The asteroid would serve as a necessary "proving ground" to inform NASA whether it is ready for Mars.

"The former astronaut and Marine general's vision has drawn critics, among them some members of Congress, who would prefer NASA forgo the asteroid and go straight to the red planet, or use the moon instead.

"Bolden explained in an earlier discussion the asteroid would not be the end goal, but the beginning step in a Mars mission. He directly addressed skeptics in Tuesday's summit, saying, 'Get over it, to be blunt.' 

"Ultimately, the human race will need to become colonists, Bolden said Tuesday. 'If this species is to survive indefinitely we need to become a multiplanet species; we need to go to Mars, and Mars is a stepping stone to other solar systems." (Italicized emphasis added)

The typical interpretation applied to such remarks is that humanity is running out of resources, and hence, the commercial exploitation of space is an absolute necessity for human survival. Where there is commercial exploitation requiring the equivalent of naval power and protection, there is inevitably militarization and weaponization of space as well. Hence, the recent calls for mining asteroids and other celestial bodies fits rather well into the hypothetical model I and others have been proposing. In the context of the parallels that now appear to exist between the modern social engineering of gradual "disclosure" and the Renaissance model, Bolden's remarks about the human race needing to become "colonists" are again, not to be taken lightly. They are perhaps indications that the Renaissance model may to some degree be driving or informing the overall strategy.

But the recent context of remarks from President Clinton, and the quiet though very evident preoccupation of the Vatican with such matters, puts Bolden's remarks about Mars manned missions (and presumably eventual colonization) into an even more significant context. We need to recall that DARPA and NASA, as reported on this site, have both come out with public statements to the effect that the United States needs to become "warp capable" in a matter of 100 years, and NASA has openly admitted to investigating and performing experiments to this end, though, of course, it has not released any results of these experiments. In other words, in that context, Bolden appears to be saying "we need to be on Mars even before those technologies come on line publicly." It is a timetable that suggests there may be a sense of some urgency within space circles. Indeed, from a purely military point of view, both the Moon and Mars would be essential to any system of interplanetary defense of the Earth.

Bolden's remarks also suggest that the technological and financial elements of the Renaissance model that I have been proposing, are also being aligned to the political and cultural  components. The final element, the revelation of suppressed knowledge, is not yet openly admitted or discussed by any of these three components, and therefore, this is the component to watch carefully in the coming years: How will it come?

If the pattern exhibited thus far continues,it might come in the form of discussions of apparent artificial objects on celestial bodies by, say, the Vatican, or a discussion of the idea in a "sitcom" context by a NASA spokesman, or politician. There have been hints at this already, but if the discussion turns suddenly, say, to things like the Blair cuspids on the Moon, or the Face on Mars or the pyramidal structures found elsewhere on that planet, or the strange phenomenon of Iapetus, or any number of other such things from ancient texts or ancient astronaut theory, from an individual with those connections or stature, in the context of Vatican pronouncements, or sitcom episodes dealing with the subject, then the game is afoot.This area, I believe, is now the one to watch carefully over the next few years.

Bottom line: we may be watching a second "Renaissance-New World" scenario slowly, carefully, and deliberately being unfolded before our eyes. Time alone will tell if this hypothesis is correct.

See you on the flip side.

20 thoughts on “ HIGH ORBITAL SPECULATIONS, PART THREE: CHARLES BOLDEN, HUMAN SURVIVAL, ...”

  1. I claim no knowledge about these subjects.

    But years ago (mid-1990’s) I remember hearing “the Pleiadians” channeled by Barbara Marciniak state that the U.S. Government had the capability to travel across the entire galaxy in about 2 weeks. That’s how fast their ships were (then).

    I don’t “believe” anything “the Pleiadians” say. Likewise, I don’t DISbelieve anything they say either. Who knows?

    But I am more inclined to think (“guess”) that what the Pleiadians say is more or less accurate, than anything at all released by NASA in an official capacity. I just don’t believe anything they say, anything at all . . . . .

  2. But the real elephant in the living room is the likely prospect that something entirely unforeseen will be birthed from the collective collision and alchemy of current events and technologies. Whatever that is may trump all the best laid plans of mice and men. I am hoping. Actually, I think that orgonite is one of those unexpected and unforeseen developments that will have a huge impact on the planet and human relations.
    Plug (I don’t do this often)
    http://www.orgonia.bigcartel.com

  3. there are 2 paths dealing with the Renascence….one path is man is god, the other man can experience gods creation.

    its a coin flip.

    of course there is that 3rd choice, but it is not on the multiple choice selection of approved answers.

  4. So who’s deciding the fate of the human race again?, some dude in NASA, who’s kiddin who here. As I said yesterday, you have two bodies at loggerheads here, one, the Secret Space Program dudes, and then you have the “lets mine space” dudes. The SSP guys wont give the lets mine space fellas the mode of transport the miners need to get out there, think a rock and a hard place here.

    They have to let the cat out of the bag, the Vatican could be the snitch, but the Vatican’ credentials are down around their ankles. Nobody is going to believe the Vatican if the ET subject is broached, as I said, it’s a stalemate for sure.

  5. This is another marker of the Renaisance – the opening up of a major new frontier – one which was secretly known by the elite. Yet another parallel in your theory.

    I will also be on the lookout for a new SG franchise movie or reboot, given their close ties with the Pentragam and Air Force. Their fan base, though not as large, is as fanatic as Star Trek’s, and would be a social force worth motivating in this scenario.

  6. marcos toledo

    The false flag alien invasion was dealt with in a episode of Outer Limits where these scientist who create this creature from Sirius to force Earth to unite to fend off a alien invasion I think it stared Robert Cup. As for the Orion isn’t that the resurrection of the Apollo Command Capsule I think 2016 will be the fiftieth anniversary of it’s creation. NASA it’s time to move on to a better solution to space travel we have been there and stop trying to reinvent the wheel.

  7. I watch a fair amount of television in the evenings when I am antiquing my orgonite plaques. This is my little scan of TV propaganda. I vote for the “false flag alien invasion” being highly likely as Von Braun always said it would be. Channels such as the two History Channels plus NatGeo, Discovery,Destination America, et. al. frequently pump the “aliens are the enemy” meme. Sisde by side with that is an increasing cheerleading for high tech weaponry and the glories of war. Collectively it all gives a distinct impression that the major media is being engineered to promote the military/ industrial complex being our only hope. Of course, that is also the sentiment of the current crop of elitists who surmise that America’s only chance at being competitive or even pertinent in the new manufacturing realities of the international scene is centered on making instruments of war and then fomenting war around the planet in order to maintain demand. As Mr. Farrel frequently opines – guns and GMO crops are thought to be America’s last hope at keeping a stranglehold on the planet.

  8. Robert Barricklow

    Or course there exist many scenarios for “this” to happen.
    One could be a False Flag Alien Invasion, which is a first wave attack repelled by some scenario(doesn’t matter, since it’s scripted[probably by a telemarketer]).
    In the attack “We Acquire” Alien Technology” which is in someway quickly reengineered and…

    Voila!

    (again, just 1 of many possible ways in which the Breakaway Civilization could Magically(Arthur C Clarke) bestow undreamed of technologies upon her vassal subjects[in service of humanity, of course]…).

  9. I hope my humble “low octane” remarks don’t make the engine sputter and stop, but let me reiterate, if I may, my question from a few days ago. (I apologize if there was a response which I missed.) Speculation is necessary and even fun, but speculation carried out to the nth degree with no realistic support in facts is pointless, in my humble opinion.

    “It’s a common suggestion here as well as in Richard Hoagland’s site that the “elites” acclimatize the masses to ideas such as ET (or whatever) through the medium of sit-coms or children’s programs or even Viewmaster reels. Cf. Tom Corbett, as referenced on the Enterprise Mission.

    Is there any factual support for this notion? It seems preposterous on its face, and all-too easy to invoke without much evidence. There is such a volume of silliness on television which is purely the product of writers heeding the need to fill time that the notion of a hidden agenda in ephemera such as an episode of Frazier is difficult to credit.”

    1. I agree with your observation, Eddie. It is na advice for caution. I would HATE to see Dr. Farrell slip into the madness of the UFO/New Age lovers. Continue to build your cases in solid ground, Dr. Farrell and do not be tempted to follow Hoagland´s “high brisance speculation method”.
      There is no need for continuous speculation – unless used for comercial purposes, but at the cost of credibility.

    2. Well, I can’t point you to any direct links where this is laid out in black and white, but as the old saying goes, “They don’t call it ‘programming’ for nothing.”

      The deep penetration of various and sundry intelligence agencies into mass media is very well known, from pivotal assets in newsrooms to sub rosa funding, and has been ongoing for decades. For example, just read the Washington Post if you want to know the CIA’s position on any issue it’s involved in.

      So it’s pretty axiomatic that on the one hand, ET/UFOs have been propagandized into taboo subjects since the late ’40s, and on the other there are limited hangouts such as those cited here that occur all the time. It’s dis- and misinformation, an ongoing process of thoroughly muddying the waters to ensure the public’s complete befuddlement about the ET question.

    3. “It’s a common suggestion here as well as in Richard Hoagland’s site that the “elites” acclimatize the masses to ideas such as ET …. Is there any factual support for this notion?….”

      I think a support for it may be found in the fact that prior to mid-20th century, there was very little dealing with the topic of aliens or extraterrestrials that was taken seriously. Up until the late sixties and early seventies, the topic of ET was beyond the pale in the eyes of the scientific establishment (as emphasised by Jacques Vallee).

      What is more, there may have been good reasons for such reservations:

      This recent paper suggests one such reason http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/04/23/1401816111

      But the biggest obstacle to an honest official establishment of the presence of ET-s or their artifacts may lie in the absence of a clear and agreed upon definitions of life, intelligence and (or) consciousness.

      As a consequence, it may be said that the pursuit of intelligent life is inherently gloomy; Stanislaw Lem argued this at great lengths. On the other hand, it can be argued about just as well that all nature is alive; this is a view which I myself tend to. …The problem isn’t an “ET” phobia or a corresponding philia. It’s just that the ‘lines’ for the definitions can be drawn anywhere.

      This makes the subject malleable to oligarchic manipulation, even more so than the staff of our everyday life.

      From these reasons, I hold reservations about Mr Farrell’s analogy of the knowledge of the American continent with a hypothetical knowledge of ETs. The first can be walked over and lived upon by using common sense; the latter hardly.

      1. I certainly accept the idea of launching polemic ideas through media, art and literature, even as a way of “telling the truth” from a safe place. However, we must not build too much over these… whistleblows. We should consider them as inspiration or signals for further research, but nothing more than that. Otherwise, we would be in some sort of Camelot Project… 😉

        1. I might understand and sympathise with your feelings*, but I have difficulty with understanding the reasons why “we must not build too much.” We’re on “Giza Death Star” 🙂 🙂 …its author’s speculations are indeed considerable. By the way, Project Camelot has interviewed Farrell, as well as the fact-based Peter Levenda and Michael Schratt.

          (* key phrase “middle class” here http://www.carrollquigley.net/Lectures/Dissent_Do_We_Need_It.htm )

  10. Maybe just cleaning up and nurturing the planet would do more to keep the species surviving indefinitely
    than the asteroid hopscotch to Mars.

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