Here's a rather thought-provoking article that appeared on the Huffington Post. It seems the call to colonize other planets "or face extinction" may be the newest meme being promoted. But there's a twist, as one will discover when one reads the article:

We Must Colonize Other Planets Before We Go Extinct, Says Astrophysicist

The article, which announces yet another television show involving the subject of contact between terrestrials and "extra-terrestrials", makes the point that this show will contain interviews with "real scientists." And what are the "real scientists" going to be talking about?

That's where it gets interesting. The first thing emphasized is the good ole "humanity unites in the face of potential alien threat" meme:

"Oluseyi, one of several prominent scientists featured in "Alien Encounters," is currently involved in research that may usher in an era of new propulsion systems for spaceships. Such technology could eventually be used to take humans from Earth to other Earth-like planets.

"'Just as we could have regional differences within our own country,' he said, 'in times of serious crises ... we'll all come together if something like [the arrival of an alien race] happens, and we'll see ourselves as Earthlings and recognize how precious our little island home is.'"

Then there's the "arrival of mothership" over planet Earth meme, which we've seen in countless films and televisions series like Independence Day and V, but this time with a twist, as the series with "real scientists" is apparently willing to combine memes into one grand architecture of a "scenario", and combines not only exploding motherships, but alien health threats in the form of a virus, which just so happens to produce hybrid babies of human-alien genetic composition, who in turn possess "strange powers":

"Tuesday's episode explores the scenario of a huge alien mothership exploding above Earth, raining space trash and a flu-like virus onto us, resulting in alien/human hybrid babies with strange powers."

Thank God for real science and real scientists, because I was beginning to doubt whether or not to continue to share my high octane speculations or not. But apparently whatever they're dropping into the coffee makers on the sets of this show that the writers drink from is having its intended effect. Motherships, explosions, viruses, and hybrids all in one fell swoop.

I don't know about you, but what really nags at me here are the memes and attitudes being subtly promoted: the meme of human survival, which is dependent on human expansion and colonization in space, the subtle promotion of ET as hostile, the theme of interbreeding and hybrids. Uhm, the last time I checked, that hybrid thing didn't work out too well for anyone concerned. As readers here know, I'm definitely not opposed to the idea that the national security apparatus might, and in my opinion, probably did conclude that the UFO phenomenon represented a potential, though not perhaps immanent, threat, and that some UFO actions could be understood to be provocative if not hostile. But, in the context of recent papal homiletical pronouncements about baptizing ET if "it was requested", combined with memes of "survival" and "colonization", reassessments of NASA's priorities as per the blog yesterday, the inclusion of China in international efforts, raise the stakes considerably.

None of this, in my opinion, is coincidence. We're watching social engineering once again, and engineering on a planetary scale. The question is...why? The answer to that, is anyone's guess.

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. Jon on June 26, 2014 at 10:26 pm

    In the longest term sense of survival, it is perfectly logical that we must indeed have other planets in other places just in case something happens to this one. Simple logic.

    However, the idea that an “alien threat” will suddenly unite all of the human race is a pipe dream. No outside threat has ever completely united any group of humans, and none ever will.

    The real purpose of such an idea is to unite (or scare) them enough to go to war, or to at least engage in immoral acts which are deemed “necessary” by the extreme “threat” which is being used to “unite” them.

    We see this with every expansion of Western society (I wouldn’t call it “civiilization”). Name, dehumanize, and demonize the “enemy,” and then “normal” people can be more easily driven to psychotic acts of brutality.

    This is page 2 of the elites’ playbook, and has been used for millenia.

    It is no different with space and the “others.” There is something out there which the elites want, and we are being prepped for the “big push” speech which will make most people give up even more so that the elites may have their way.

    There is something big in the works, and the other shoe is on the way down.

  2. MadMax on June 26, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    Hi Joseph!
    Very interesting couple of blog posts indeed! In the interest of helping to connect a “couple more dots” below are several quotes from Linda Brown’s blog entry about her dad’s involvement with the Philadelphia Experiment. It is similar in nature to the theme in several of your books that atomic testing “explosions” sent “shock waves” or opened up portal’s to other dimensions… The very same things that Linda is talking about below… Maybe this is why the urgent need to proceed with Mars colonization with whatever the perceived threat is from “the others” when dimensions ports were opened as a “unexpected results” of secret project work in the 40’s and 50’s…
    First of all the Project that created the seed of the Philadelphia Experiment I am quite sure was the brainchild of my father and a few others. And the one thing that you have to realize is that it was not necessarily controlled by the military. I know that seems strange to say but such things were possible, especially for the group that I have come to call ” Nassau” and Paul Schatzkin called ” The Caroline Group…..

    John Lear told me that it was because of Dad that a ” portal” was accidently opened to another world and that action allowed the aliens that we have here now to enter our world. It upset me that he would basically say that it was my Dads fault….

    But in my world in the sixties I remember well meeting Johns dad William Lear on several occasions…. usually meeting with other men whose names would be well recognized…. Robert Sarbacher and Col. Corso would be the top of that list I think.

    Considering what those two have been quoted…. I am sure that there is something going on regarding that portal and Dads work that anybody right now is going to report.

    Everyone who gets involved in seeing Dads work sees the ” Flying Saucers” first. But its a big mistake to think that was all that was going on….. there was always an element of the importance of ” communications” involved with the saucers too…. some sort of ” electrogravitic radio” some called it.

    Now the thing is….. when you key up a system that uses Electrogravitational waves….. you send out a sort of ” Ping” that is read by others who use that system also. At the time there were no other humans using it…. so when an entity came to ” check things out” Alot of very strange things happened.

    • Tim H on June 27, 2014 at 3:11 pm

      That’s interesting, but didn’t John Lear also tell tales of flesh eating aliens striking hard bargains between the PTB from their nefarious base somewhere near Dulce? No disrespect for Mr T T Brown, but Mr Lear and his intelligence connections make my BS detector work overtime. Just a view from one of the unwashed masses…

  3. Robert Barricklow on June 26, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    The future is here; it’s just not evenly distributed.
    The above quote is dead on, and sadly the inequalities are not only replete for us mere cannon fodder, I imagine such unfairness is way beyond industrial strength/scale and frankly, universal if you get my drift.
    The system “we” are part of feeds on desperation. And any system that demands such levels of desperation will produce more and more disorder, and the only way to keep everything in check will be the increasing militarization of the world. Extrapolating that outwards means that the “aliens” are going to be like the UFOs, terrestrially designed(albeit with twilight/zone applications).

    • Robert Barricklow on June 26, 2014 at 4:52 pm

      Well it has been certainly fun, like a video game, trying to get around all the commercial pop-ups and other commercial venues just taking control and saying “buy this’ or “but this” ad infinitum. Still after many keyboard strokes this

      Its Gun and Butter with Catherine Austin Fitts from yesterday. Well here goes…

  4. marcos toledo on June 26, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    Our oligarchs assume that their victims will trust them. The reboot of V I would have Native Americans play along with invaders and when the opportunity came make off with one or two of the starships and disappear. Our elites have created more than enough fifth columnist more than willing to stab the rest of us in the back. And a long list of reasons to do it and I would have for irony have the Natives Americans in a future episode fight at the side of the reptilian V because the invaders would have granted the respect we fellow humans never did they would have been killed as humans.

  5. Daryl Davis on June 26, 2014 at 11:26 am

    If space aliens were to make an official arrival, their motherships would also bring the tragic end of whatever freedom we were once granted — whether it was that natural freedom to evolve still marginally enjoyed by some of Earth’s other creatures, or at least the artificial freedom to progress in stages as someone’s semi-controlled alien-hominid experiment.

    Evolution, no matter its origin, has yielded two equally amoral, potentially destructive survival strategies: Individuals within a species may increase the likelihood of passing down their own genes either by having as many offspring as nature can sustain or by having only a few offspring very well provided for.

    But if success for the majority of humans on Earth, i.e., the “masses”, were at least unconsciously measured by the highest number of children marginally provided for, or, in the case of the self-appointed elite, by the extent of wealth and power secured to only a very few children, then the consequent rapid accumulation of humans and of wealth, which must come through the exploitation of a finite supply of natural resources, would do and has done this world — or any worlds upon which we alighted — far more harm than good — all owing to a lack of awareness of strong drives inherited from eons past.

    Until Earthlings — BOTH those hated “elites” AND we innocent “serfs” — make tangible progress toward transcending our endemic territoriality, materialism, and gratuitous vulgarities, one ought to pray that the majority of aliens continue to remain prudently aloof.

    For if they WERE to present themselves to us, all should immediately wonder: Have we finally rewarded their patience by progressing evolutionarily upward into their lofty company — or instead have they now simply done with awaiting our own annihilation and descended upon us to silently end their failed experiment?

  6. loisg on June 26, 2014 at 11:06 am

    I agree that it raises the stakes considerably, it looks to me as if they are trying to unite the world against this ‘alien invasion’, which makes me think that some sort of disclosure is immanent.

    This whole idea of humanity colonizing other planets for the sake of survival is rather mystifying. I don’t think it has to do with running out of resources, but rather that if they create some confrontation with these alien races, that humanity will be the losers. Of course, with all the weapons we have in space already, humanity could be wiped out rather easily without any alien interference at all.

  7. WalkingDead on June 26, 2014 at 7:33 am

    As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be again…

    There is a side to all of this that no one seems willing to discuss.

    There may very well be a God, in which case Satan is very real. He has time on his side and I would say very advanced knowledge. It would be well within his capabilities to portray himself and his minions as ET’s, which, by definition, he would be. According to ancient writings it would seem he always uses the current state of technology to present himself as mans benefactor. The best untruths always contain 95 percent truth.

    We are on the cusp of SOMETHING world changing/ending for sure.

    The fact that there may have been highly advanced civilizations in the past on this planet and even other planets within this system in no way alters that possibility.

    Just tossing that out there…

    • p on June 26, 2014 at 7:42 am

      The devil? Really? How about the tooth-fairy? She real too?
      “There may very well be a God, in which case Satan is very real”- The latter does not follow from the former, at least not if you apply logic.
      Also there is nothing “for sure” about us being on the cusp of anything. People always feel like things are on the cusp of something. They’re not.

  8. p on June 26, 2014 at 7:13 am

    The funny thing is, this theme of “hostile ET” has already been fully accepted worldwide for decades already. And is it not really an extension of the idea of “hostile Elites” projected outward into space and even greater power?
    Alien invasion, underground bases, hybrids, bio-engineering, conspiracy, secrecy.. Are these not fanciful fantasies useful for entertainment but detrimental to mental health if pursued seriously?
    Should it, in the interest of taking paranoia seriously, not be considered that all these tales of secret goings-on behind the curtain are in fact produced for the express purpose of keeping people (like the ones on this site) chasing the rabbit of grand conspiracy endlessly down the the proverbial hole without ever -even in a full lifetime- obtaining even one simple proof of its reality, while “they who are not to be named” get on with technological development and the exploration of the Universe?

    Ask yourself this simple question- Of all you have learned in your entire life so far, can you name just one piece of information that actually proves any of this is really going on? Proves I said, not hints at or suggests, proves.
    In other words, assuming you’re not a teenager anymore, do you have anything, anything at all to show for decades of research, reading and speculation?
    If not, shouldn’t that make you pause and reconsider the entire premise?

    • Levantine on June 26, 2014 at 8:08 am

      Hypothesis deserve their name exactlyu because we are without proof for them.

      And we need hypothesis, for reasons intellectual, and moral and existential. If one’s memory would have been erased this minute, and that head would be filled with conventional government-approved knowledge, that person would soon start to notice anomalies in the world around him that would make him alert, puzzled and worried. (Assuming his character is at least vaguely like Bourne’s in Bourne’s Identity).

      Also, there is circumstantial evidence that some of these ideas *can be* ultimately right.

    • Daryl Davis on June 26, 2014 at 1:24 pm

      “Proof” is itself a highly subjective standard. Eyewitness testimony, for example, has landed many an accused soul behind bars — some falsely so, but many more quite justly.

      How many former government officials, or trained pilots and law enforcement officers, must courageously testify to having seen brightly glowing, oddly shaped crafts perform gravity defying maneuvers before a preponderance of evidence indicts the story of the status quo beyond any reasonable doubt?

      How has the U.S. stock market proven so resilient of late — climbing into all-time highs, even as the American economy SHRANK by 2.9% in the first quarter of this year(even by official, highly distorted numbers)? Who is investing — and why invest — when Americans are out of work and most won’t be spending their money anytime soon?

      Seen this old favorite, a simple video of the WTC 7 building collapsing?

      How could the mainstream media have failed to make an issue of this? And how deep must the conspiracies run if this truly is what it appears to be — i.e., an “orange”, so to speak?

      I do agree with you that there’s no point in adopting an actual narrative where little credible proof of any kind exists to support it. Nor should one lose sight of the complex big picture in pursuit of all the available ambiguous but intriguing details.

      But attempting to make sense of humanity’s working parts, however bizarre they may work, is part and parcel of being a sentient being.

      • Robert Barricklow on June 26, 2014 at 4:04 pm

        I prefer 86 Proof myself.

  9. MQ on June 26, 2014 at 6:28 am

    It reminds me of the story of the alien ship that came to earth, but the inhabitants spent 20 yrs (a full generation) just “there” before they came out so humans would be used to the concept [geez, was it Clarke or Asimov?]. Perhaps it was Orson Wells’ War of the Worlds broadcast that scared TPTB when seeing folks riot as a result of the “alien” news.
    In other “extinctions”:

    • marcos toledo on June 26, 2014 at 12:13 pm

      MQ the novel you thinking of is Childhood End by Arthur C. Clarke and the aliens look like our classic image of the devil wonderful book.

      • Robert Barricklow on June 26, 2014 at 4:11 pm

        When I read Childhood’s End I imagined evolution as circular in nature, a spiral if you will. It starts with the simplest of organisms and then steps up it’s game in complexity. But as it moves up, its genesis is revealed in its embryonic forms. Ultimately its spirals toward light itself, and thus the beginning is also its ending.
        Hell of a read!
        However one imagines Childhood’s End.

  10. WalkingDead on June 26, 2014 at 5:52 am

    One has to wonder which side won that cosmic war in the distant past; the good guys or the bad guys. It’s obvious which side is winning here and now…
    What amazes me is IF we are currently faced with one of those babel moments, their reaction to it seems to be counterproductive. It would seem far better to involve all of mankind in the solution, the more hands/minds working on a problem, the sooner it could be solved. I don’t believe humanity would freak out in our current state of development and it just might bring us all together and allow us to put aside our differences for the common good.
    If “they” are advanced enough to get here from wherever, they’re advanced enough to know they could take us out at will. Unless TPTB are willing to do the unthinkable and unleash our entire arsenal of
    atomic weaponry to make the entire planet radioactive, barren and useless; another dead rock in space.
    The key to our continued advancement does lie in getting off the planet, the earth can only sustain us for a finite time. Eventually we will use up all our resources which leaves us here permanently. Population growth will get to the point where wars will set us back to a much more primitive state where it all starts over in an endless cycle.
    See the Georgia guide stones, maybe TPTB have already planned for that option.
    I’m thinking it’s time to let the cat out of the bag and get down to the business of our survival on a long term basis and the more people involved the sooner it will happen. Near extinction and not repeating the last 4000 years is a pretty good motivator in my opinion.
    Of course, if you’ve made a deal with the devil, all bets are off…

    • DanaThomas on June 26, 2014 at 6:07 am

      Any reasonable person would agree with you that it would be better to involve all of mankind in a cooperative effort. However, “they” seem to be fully convinced of the need to govern the “lower classes” by the carrot and stick method – alternating (petty) rewards with (serious) fears.
      Anyway, no elite, however apparently powerful, lasts forever.

    • sagat1 on June 26, 2014 at 6:46 am

      The elites are clearly selfish beings and quite content to work on their secret escape plans privately in order to leave the rest of us plebs here as a diversion from themselves (cannon fodder) from any potential alien threat.

      That said, if you follow the Werner Vaun Braun prescient analysis of what to expect the idea of an ‘alien threat’ is not what we’re led to believe and more like a projected presentation rather than an actual ‘real’ alien invasion. I dare say the PTB are busy bio-engineering hybrid creatures in their deeply secretive underground facilities, training them up on the use of anti-gravity craft, with orders to follow their future script when ordered to do so – annihilation of what they deem the rest of humanity; useless eaters. The majority of people will believe these bioengineered creatures to be of alien origin due to the social engineering memes put out there and because the ‘ms news’ tells them it is so, when in actual fact they were unleashed on us by our very own overlords.

      • WalkingDead on June 26, 2014 at 3:39 pm

        Let’s crawl out on one of the good doctors limbs…

        Another possibility would be WE are the ET’s…

        Maybe in high antiquity there once existed a type 2 civilization on this planet who went to war with each other. Both the victors/vanquished quarantined this planet to end hostilities and went about their business. Now, we start setting off atomic weapons drawing the attention of both factions who come to investigate.
        What they most likely don’t want is a third faction added to the mix, even if it’s a backward one.

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