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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. RAJM on June 16, 2014 at 5:53 am

    Great N&V Doc and great posts.
    Keeping his friends close and his enemies closer. Bringing the learned of the other monotheisms into the heart of empire will allow a certain level of infiltration of mind unless these ‘guests’ prepare their mental and spiritual defenses adequately. The Vatican architectural dimensions will weaken resolve of the mindful visitor, its all designed to overwhelm & crush opposition .

  2. Nidster - on June 14, 2014 at 2:09 am

    Well, thanks Joseph for realizing the need to revise, significantly, any thinking that Pope Francis would be a ‘caretaker’ pope…”

    This is a pope we need to keep in our focus as future events unfold.

  3. Nidster - on June 14, 2014 at 1:38 am

    A comment made today by Pope Francis, “I do not mean to say that Pius XII did not make mistakes – I make many mistakes myself – but his role must be read in the context of the time,” Pope Francis said.

    Well, finally we have a definitive revelation that papal infallibility can be put to rest.

    • Levantine on June 14, 2014 at 2:23 am

      It depends what kind of mistakes he referred to. Papal infallibility means infallibility in proclaiming “Christ’s doctrine.”

      Even “pope’s private theological opinions are not infallible, only what he solemnly defines is considered to be infallible teaching.”

  4. MQ on June 13, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    Great points, Dr Farrell, as I hadn’t thought of any of these possibilities. Then I really have to wonder why the Jews and Muslims would go there, given the arguments you outlined. I’ll throw in that of the 3 monotheisms, only the RCC doesn’t rely specifically on a geographic orientation. No one prays toward the Vatican, none are required to go on a pilgrimage to a particular site. Obviously people used to but it’s not something that bars you from heaven, etc. Of the three, only RCC has a defined top-down structure, i.e. there is one ultimate head for the entire organization. There is no Grand Mufti of planet earth, nor chief Rabbi of the solar system.

    Further factional infighting and ‘messages’?

  5. amunaor on June 13, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    The leading Archon, Yaldabaoth, described in surviving Nag Hammadi, Gnostic texts will be extremely pleased with this move by the Pope.

    Not in His Image – A Gnostic Vision:

    • amunaor on June 13, 2014 at 3:33 pm

      The patriarchs of the papacy already killed the Natural – revealed – order of the world when they slew Gnosticism. In the process of the patriarchal assault the natural order, especially feminine energies were trashed and subjugated. We see the same psychopathic subjugation of the Earth, Gaia, being played out today in the hands of this same brutish ‘theology’.

      Now the Pope wants to consolidate and solidify the next iteration of that Beast that emerged from Rome.

      For more in depth analysis of this see John Lash’s book: Not in His Image, at above link.

  6. LSM on June 13, 2014 at 10:50 am

    yet another great “News and Views” from you Dr. Farrell;

    but I just distrust any powerful religious/political figure (since when have politics and religion been separate?)- then thrown in the co-sined (my spelling was deliberate) concept of money and religion being both in a buillioned-bed together;

    I don’t trust the new pope for one second (enter the rather dark side of the Jesuits) and then we have a steaming cauldron of, thanks to the new Pope, of hot air;

    “by their deeds ye shall know them”- paraphrase of Biblical text;

    so if this Francis Pope-cat is for real (which I doubt- see above under concept of “hot air”) he needs to start moving things “real fast” for the benefit of humanity;

    by the way, since when has any religion improved humanity?


  7. Levantine on June 13, 2014 at 6:20 am

    Joseph Farrell, thank you for this commentary on extraordinary developments. If it weren’t for this website, I’d have been unaware of almost everything you said.

    You expressed some worry about how much your exposition would be understood. I’m totally without an explicit religious education and I think I understood you well. The main point is fairly obvious; the assisting points are comprehensible.

  8. DanaThomas on June 13, 2014 at 1:01 am

    Yes I think that something is afoot regarding Vatican claims, under the guise of “promoting peace” (we’ve heard that one somewhere before…) and that there will be more of this.
    Here is a link of a full video service of the Peres-Abbas event made by “Centro Televisivo Vaticano”; lasts 3 hours, everything left in the various original languages. Though seemingly informal with the outdoor setting, a sort of combination concert-prayer session, it is actually highly formal and worth studying with respect to the protocol assigned to the various guests and clerics. As for the “joint prayers”, everyone has a little booklet which they followed silently, thus saving any “embarassment” in being seen to “pray with another religion”.
    Finally, Joseph and others might have something to say about the music being performed. The cherry topping for this little bit of social engineering.

  9. johnycomelately on June 12, 2014 at 9:36 pm

    I always had the impression Jesus was a master Hermeticist who was revealing the inner secrets of the Mysteries to the masses and that angered the guardians of the Mysteries.

    Everything about Him was Hermetic, royal bloodline, star sign birth, virgin mother, travelling to Egypt and alchemical transmutations; water to wine, spittle and clay, sending spirits into animals, healing by touch, healing by amplifying conscious thoughts (faith), blood sacrifice etc.

    Given Mr. Farrell intimates the ancients (particularly the Vatican) were aware of the topological metaphor and understood symbolic science I wonder if these ecumenical services have an alchemical reasoning behind them.

    It’s interesting ancient church rites are being slowly eroded (Vatican 2, Orthodox новотарци and Protestant secularism) while joint prayers are being eagerly pursued.

    The number 3 and 1 seems to have significance in this ritual and there is a concerted effort to push Christians under a single umbrella, so much so that the Vatican seems to be willing to contravene century long traditions to accommodate other Christian groups.

    Is it for a new ‘one’ to arise from the 3 or for the destruction of the 3 to be replaced by a new 1….?

    • henry on June 12, 2014 at 10:19 pm

      @”I always had the impression Jesus was a master Hermeticist who was revealing the inner secrets of the Mysteries to the masses and that angered the guardians of the Mysteries.”

      I second that.

      Listening to Dr.Farrell’s latest byteshow interview regarding his new upcoming book “Thrice Great Hermetica And The Janus Age” really stimulated my own thought and interest since i agree with the observation of “its about the struggle over control of “Hermeticism”.
      It’s something i’ve been suspecting for quite sometime myself, though i was not as focused on Western hemisphere.

      I’m sure his new book will greatly enrich my own journey of investigation, and i’m definitely adding it to my book shelve.

  10. henry on June 12, 2014 at 9:17 pm

    I was visiting my grandmother’s place the other day, then i noticed something new, a poster with big cross was placed on her bedroom wall.
    It’s when i learned that one of my aunt just ‘converted’ to Christianity, and guess what she ‘preached’ to me first?
    “The Israelis are God’s ‘chosen people'”..

    The spread of “underground Christianity” has been a problem for years, and i remember someone(a TV reporter from Australia) once commented on the situation, “one day Christianity will take over Communism in China.”

    I have no problem with getting rid of Communism, its not ‘Chinese’ anyway. But i do wonder a little if this phenomenon echoes what Edgar Cayce once said about China,
    “China would become “the cradle of Christianity, as applied in the lives of men.””

    I’ve watched some videos, and browsed some websites by those who are dedicated to spreading “Christianity” to the Chinese. I noticed that one of the typical method they use is to argue that the Chinese culture is “Hebrew” in origin, therefore “to embrace Christian tradition is to embrace Chinese tradition”.
    One woman who used to work for some foreign company went to so far as to write a book about it, in which she claims the Zhou people who established the Zhou dynasty three thousand years ago were actually “Jewish”, because apparently “Zhou” pronounced like “Jew”.. the arguments she used in the book are not much different from those used by “Christian preachers”.

    That’s when i realized something might be transpiring quietly, because what these “Christian preachers” are doing actually amounts to “rewriting history and subjugating culture”. But it’s probably more than that.
    When Dr. Sun Yat-sen founded the Chinese Republic it was for the betterment of the nation as he strived to overthrow “foreign rule”(i.e. the Manchus), but the irony is when Chiang Kai Shek took power, besides the transformation of the KMT government from “democratic” Repubic to military dictatorship, something else also took roots with it. Through Americophiles like Madame Chiang, “Christianity” find its way into Chinese politics.

    I remember hearing an American priest who was openly endorsing Bush Jr’s “war on terror” in manner of “holy war”, at the same time he expressed how the spread of Christianity in South Korea is “another inspiring example”.
    When talking about the spread of Christianity in South Korea, one can’t neglect the influential Sun Myung Moon and his “Unification Church”, a figure which according to certain “insider information” is “a cabal creation”, and how it’s connected to Japanese politics, and to Bush. Again, i won’t comment further on something i can’t prove or disprove.

    But i will comment on something i can see and prove. During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, former U.S. president George W. Bush, in a symbolic gesture, visited a church in Beijing where he urged “religious freedom”.
    The problem is, “religious freedom” for whom and how? Consider the fact that diplomatic relation between the Holy See and Taiwan were established during Chiang Kai Shek’s reign, and the mainland government not only still has no diplomatic ties with the Vatican, but is often critical of the Vatican of “interference in internal affairs of China”, the real agenda behind this foreign sponsored “religious freedom” is ultimately to control the country.

    Either by direct infiltration of the ruling class (as with the case of KMT under Chiang Kai Shek), or by the spread of “underground Christianity” among the masses, in a bid to use “popularity” to exert pressure and influence on the ruling mainland government, who otherwise have been quite wary of this influence, to the degree that all high officials must be “communist”. That ofcourse doesn’t really guarantee itself free of foreign influence, as the internal struggle between the so called “elitist” and “populist” with the ruling class demonstrates, with the former openly embracing “capitalism”, while the latter quietly returning to “Confucianism”.

    Now, back to the teaching of “”The Israelis are God’s ‘chosen people'”, well, i’m well versed in Taoist and Buddhist philosophies(even i’m not a believer of them), i can instantly smell the rot of such lie, and all “its bastard child’s”. So if “his holiness” would excuse me for a moment, because i have to take a poop.

    • llisio on June 13, 2014 at 9:06 am

      That’s all pretty int’g. If God so loves the world, well, there are lots of people in China. So said the illustrious SMM at any rate, who convinced me there are few so opposing worldviews as Confucianism and Christianity (the former according value in accord with some artificial hierarchy in society, the latter theoretically at least describing the value of each individual as intrinsic in accord with the Creator’s investment therein)…and then it could be that Moon’s notions were fed to him by some post-WWII energetic Nazi, due to his knowledge of Hegelian philosophy and the passionate mystic love taught by Rumi (don’t ask how I know)

      Having come this far, might I suggest the power of the dark occult comes from the will of humans, projected onto heavenly Kabbalistic angels, and twisting their energy in a dark new direction. It seems likely that the simple prayer that each good Kabbalistic angel (today is Aladiah, #10) contain its energy so it does not go in the wrong direction, would be an effective way of eliminating the power of the dark occult in which the illusory becomes manifest. Takes the wind right out of their sails. What did the writing on the wall say?

      Anyway it’s worth a try.

      Excuse my flight of fancy.

    • marcos toledo on June 13, 2014 at 10:23 am

      This will not be the first the West will use Christianity to enslave China and the rest of the world as the Arabs use Islam for the same purpose. Simcha Jacobovici did a series on the history of Christianity witch he speculated that Saul of Tarsus was on the payroll of the Roman secret service and his real mission was to subvert this new faith to their ends. Religious freedom has always been the two imperial branch’s of the Yahweh religion way to enslave the rest of us and to deliver this solar system into hands of to quote a phrase into the hands of god knows who.

      • henry on June 14, 2014 at 5:45 am

        @”This will not be the first the West will use Christianity.. ”

        Precisely, just see what Pope Benedict XVI was doing on Ausgust 5, 2008, two day before the Opening of Beijing Olympics, and four days before George W. Bush urged for “religious freedeom” in Beijing.

  11. marcos toledo on June 12, 2014 at 8:42 pm

    Any thoughts that Francis 1 maybe a younger John Paul XXXIII. This the centennial of The Great War towards the end of this century come 2096 will come the millennia of the first Crusade what ugly can of worms might that open up. Could Francis 1 trying to bury the hatchet so to speak the blood feud between the three Yahweh branch’s and prevent them from being further used in what our psycho oligarch’s our cooking up for the next world bloodbath just a thought.

  12. Robert Barricklow on June 12, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    Some may think religions are dying. Nope. Just as mankind has changed the crust of the Earth through fire; and is now changing the biosphere through gene/geoengineering. He is simply changing the religious forms as well. Take the supply 7 demand religions. The democratic religion, the republican religion, the libertarian religion, the free market religion. All belief systems. What they want is a mirror, a compass, a shield and a sword to go forth and wage battle in their daily lives. To understand the meaning of those battles, the victories and defeats.
    Long ago before the fire, there was another engineering process, more technologically advance that had sown the seeds that have manufactured today’s realities. The Vatican no doubt has a playbook older than Christ and has waited for certain events to transpire before following the script[in a manner of speaking], before turning the pages. Deja Vu? I’d say, not only yes; but in many universes and many times. Nothing new under the sun? No. Many suns & moons have played their role; many more are waiting to be reaped.

  13. Aridzonan_13 on June 12, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    The RCC which translates roughly into Roman Universal Church, has been the power behind the scenes for how long? If one investigates it’s political and financial influence over the ages, it gives one pause to think. Dr. Farrell has made a very astute observation.

  14. DownunderET on June 12, 2014 at 4:35 pm

    What is not spoken about in the religious media is that the Roman Catholic religion is loosing it’s members by the bushel and they have a drastic shortage of priests and nuns. This is the tell tale sign of the modern world of young people who just are either not interested in religion, or they have read a few books which have opened up their eyes. In other words the Roman church is in damage control BIG TIME, and no amount of prayers of hugging and kissing Jewish and Islamic religious leaders is going to change it. The wake up call for all religions has been sounded, their deceit and lies have come home to roost and the world isn’t buying it anymore. I’d like to sit down and have a nice fireside chat with this new Pope for a few hours, and the first topic I’d bring up is the Hermetica, secondly, and drum roll please, Yahweh’ acts of slaughtering the Hebrews in the Old Testament. The little droplets of sweat appearing on his brow would be juicy enough, and while all this is going on, I’d make him read “The Genius of the Few” by the O’Briens, the prosecution rests it’s case and calls for the maximum penalty, which is the admission, by swearing on the book of Thoth, that they have committed the ultimate sin, and no amount of “debt” will make it good.

  15. Daryl Davis on June 12, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    As someone without a religious inclination I find it very odd, but perhaps very telling, that such import could be inferred from these religious ceremonies, however novel they may be. What percentage of the world’s population even has an inkling that this co-religious ceremony has occurred — to say nothing of the percentage who would welcome it as an important historical pivot point?

    Does the Vatican truly see itself embarking upon an ascending path with respect to its global influence — let alone to the point of eclipsing all other religions?? The latter aspiration in particular would seem to be at best delusional, though perhaps even psychotic, given the prevailing global trend away from religion generally — and its radicalization elsewhere.

    But perhaps they know something we do not, something quite momentous and impending. Still, the quality of the props wouldn’t seem to match the billing of the play.

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