This one is, admittedly, "rich," as they say, and it comes via a regular reader here, Mr. S.D., to whom big thanks are owed for bringing it to our attention.

Regular readers of this site of of my books know that I am one of those who maintains there's a great deal of indication of "strange stuff" on our celestial neighbors, the Moon and Mars particularly. Indeed, I'm one of those like many others in this strange alternative research community who thinks that "going out there and getting it" may have formed some part of the hidden agendas and motivations for the various space programs of the USA and USSR back in the days of the "space race", including being a possible hidden agenda for the Apollo program itself. More recently, some researchers - this author among them - have commented on the growing race to commercialize space, and its consequences. One of these consequences is that commercialization, or to use that quintessential term of misdirection, "privatization," will result in a new round of space secrecy. We're all familiar with the allegations that NASA has withheld or doctored pictures from space, and particularly from the Moon or Mars. Now put that in the hands of a corporation with "proprietary rights" to whatever is found out there, and you can forget airbrushing (or obfuscating the pixels) of the "inconvenient thing" that might be photographed or encountered.

Now, it seems, some "mainstream" scientists are giving the idea serious attention, and want to use crowd source funding to pour through NASA's photographic archives and look for more evidence:

Alien Artifacts On The Moon?

But this may be a case of "too little too late," or, if one prefer, "we told you so," for consider this statement:

“'In searching for artifacts, one is looking for ‘something fishy’,' said Davies. 'But ‘fishiness’ requires a human decision in advance about a signature of artificiality. There are some simple examples, like right angle edges. But we have little idea what million year-old technology might look like.'”

Really!?  Right angles!? and "stuff like that"!? You don't say!  Why, here I thought that's what people like Dr. John Brandenburg, Dr. Mark Carolotto, Richard Hoagland, Don Ecker, Allan Sturm, and even, heaven help us, Fred Steckling and George Leonard, and a host of others in an almost endless list had already been doing for the past few decades. So what this might herald is simply an effort to do the same thing that others have been doing, only now to give it official "scientific" sanction (apparently Carolotto and Brandenburg aren't enough). Well....maybe....

But there's another possibility. It's one of those "impossible" possibilities in the coming new era of space commercialization. Suppose, for a moment, that someone founds a "Plymouth Rock Company." Let's call it the Cydonia Rock Company or the Tsiolkovsky Crater Company, and suppose they start selling shares at a euro per share... suppose they resort, in other words, to crowd funding to raise the money to build their own space probe with fancy cameras to "go take some pictures"... German or Japanese optics, Russian or French rockets, and just so things manage to avoid NSA snooping, non-American computer and telemetry systems, and a remote island in, say, Indonesia with their very own private bunker to collect and analyze the pictures, which they will release to all their shareholders and post on You Tube. Heck, why not build two or three probes, one for the Moon, one for Mars, and one for wherever else...? Nothing fancy... just some rockets, radios, and really good cameras to take some pictures. No need for radar tomography and all the other bells and whistles on "official" space probes.

Now, even if the radio signals were jammed, and no pictures obtained, that would be a big clue and confirmation that "Yes, folks, they really are hiding something. 'They' just interfered with our picture transmissions."

...and oh yea, in case you haven't been following all weird space pictures, right angles and "other indicators" of artificiality there are a plenty. Crowd-funded and "privately" developed space probes might finally pry the lid of space secrecy open a bit more.

And that, I suspect, was the "hidden text" in the Forbes article.

Yea... I'd donate a dollar or two to such a project.

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. WalkingDead on July 27, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    There are far too many amateur astronomers out there constantly peering into the sky for someone not to have seen something. So, unless the craft are optically cloaked, which rumor has it is a possibility, then there are just a few of them at present. I could believe that easy enough.
    With all the compartmentalization, it would take some time to manufacture a large number of them. Painted flat black, using stealth technology, it might be possible for them to operate undiscovered for a while, but eventually someone is going to catch a good view of one of them. It’s just a matter of time.
    Most of the craft which have been observed are most likely terrestrial in origin. Anyone advanced enough to travel here from some other planet/star system would be far enough ahead of us they would have mastered optical stealth well enough to prevent being observed one would think.
    The question is: When the .001% decide to go claiming anything off planet with their usual I own everything attitude, what happens if someone not native to this planet objects citing a prior claim.
    Their arrogance and greed could put us in a very bad situation.
    Should it turn out that for some reason this rock is under some form of quarantine, the zoo keepers may not be inclined to allow the monkeys to go roaming wherever they desire and pilfering whatever strikes their fancy.
    The main problem is very few people actually KNOW just what is going on and they aren’t talking. All of what we suspect could just be another layer of their long term control mechanisms.
    Short of someone landing on the white house lawn (The day the Earth Stood Still scenario) it is pretty much just conjecture and guesswork by some very good investigators.
    The crowdfunding thing is just another way for them to steal money from our pockets. You don’t really believe we would be allowed to keep or claim anything found other than raw materials, do you?

  2. MQ on July 27, 2014 at 8:09 pm

    Slightly off-topic, but did you all catch this:

    Living in CA, lightning is rare. For it to happen at the beach in Southern Calif in *July*, unbelievable. So who wants to make bets someone was testing their scalar wave technology?

  3. DrWalterGerlach on July 27, 2014 at 1:25 pm


    I wanted to pass along an important two part article on “27th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics” that has a lot of important information (in the way of dot-connecting) to the information that Nick Cook provided in his book “The Hunt for Zero Point”.

    One of the conference speakers was Dr. Louis Witten (who worked on the secret anti-gravity research project) headed up by George Trimble, “Vice President in charge of the G-Project” at Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Company.

    Quite important information in these two articles pertaining to early anti-gravity research..


  4. GizaBrother on July 27, 2014 at 2:37 am

    The fact that it was just announced by government sources that the ones that first arrive at an asteroid in outer space also have the right for mining it, to me indicates A)an incredibly interesting asteroid has been found in outer space close enough to be mined, possibly a huge diamond asteroid, B) the possibility of marking the asteroid for ownership by going there and mining it is real. What the crowd funding of searching for ancient planet artifacts means depends on the quality of the input data. If that has been compromised, it means a more distorted world view and more slavery.

  5. gkb623 on July 26, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    Bill Clinton: ” so i think there’s a lot of interesting discoveries..biological on earth and other discoveries in the heavens that those of you who are younger will get to see unfold… you have all kinds of problem with them but on the balance it will be a plus, and will make life much more interesting..”

  6. Robert Barricklow on July 26, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    Crowd funding works.
    The question would be? IF something WERE found…
    Would the National Security State would come in and say, “In the word’s of Elvis Presley, ‘Thank You Very Much.'”; then simply take the artifact(s) away, informing the ones in-charge to zip-it-shut?
    If they let you keep it; then it’s worthless, or a deliberate plant.
    Hey, I’m jaded beyond deep green.

  7. DownunderET on July 26, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    I have been following the research of Joseph P. Skipper for some time, and since 2000 he has revealed some of the most amazing “FINDS” in NASA and ESA photo’s. He’s just an old man with keen eyes but you kind of sense that he is “pissed off” with the lies about what’s actually on the Moon and Mars.
    His masterpiece is what he found in a ESA photo of the “Hale Creator” on Mars, and let there be no doubt about the ancient history of that planet. So go take a look at the Hale creator and judge for yourself, and while your there take a look at his archives. Here’s the link to the Hale creator.

  8. nines on July 26, 2014 at 1:20 pm

    Seems to me, whether it’s Davies’ and/or Siemion’s intention or not, this would be used to go back and obscure all the ones they missed the first time, and the people who found the good images, or Davies, or Siemion, could scream their lungs out about it for the rest of time for all the good it would do.

    So then crowd funding something to go prove out what was crowd sourced would be something the “people who can kill with impunity” would focus on for sure, no?

    Or am I being too pessimistic?

    It just seems to me they already know what’s out there to be known and if they already have taken these pains to make sure we don’t know what there is to be known, they’re not going to stand for any of this nonsense.

    That part needs to be straightened out before I’m going to want to plop a buck or two into the coffer.

  9. marcos toledo on July 26, 2014 at 10:56 am

    I remember reading a book about extra-solar mining on the moon I barrowed from the library not long after the first man lunar landing. And that was one of the reasons there has been until lately no human return to the moon plans. So like your wrote in Financial Vipers Of Venice what did the Europeans know about the Americas and when did they know it. This hold true as well today for the solar system and the rest of the universe. It was over forty years ago so I forgot the name of the book and author.

  10. gkb623 on July 26, 2014 at 10:26 am

    hoagland was talking about the recent chinese moon mission, and why those pictures, including some tetrahedrons were allowed to be posted on the official chinese military-space website.. although they’re not there now.. And, if the missing malaysian plane has something to do with it.. so why was it allowed?

  11. justawhoaman on July 26, 2014 at 7:13 am

    I’ll invest in that one without hesitation… then get an unwelcome visit from the IRS?


    • MadMax on July 26, 2014 at 7:32 am

      No… but maybe the “Men in Black”.. 🙂

  12. Reno on July 26, 2014 at 7:13 am

    Speaking of space, Jaques Vallee and Lee Speigel are guests on Coast to Coast this sunday. Tonight the guest is Ed Haslam, an investigator into the Dr. Mary Sherman murder.

  13. MadMax on July 26, 2014 at 7:12 am

    For those interested in alien artifacts on the Moon and “beyond top secret government” agencies investigating them I would *highly* recommend Ingo Swan’s (the father of Remote Viewing) “Penetration” book, as required background reading on this subject! Slike%20i%20kratki%20filmovi/ Ingo_Swann_Penetration.pdf


  14. Nostromo on July 26, 2014 at 6:14 am

    Again, as I said in a previous post:
    Private-crowfunding project, say few Mill$, found some alien artifacts in the moon… the average citizen will ask: “Say, how much money has been spent NASA / Russia / etc on the moon? And they found nothing? Not even putting one foot there? Yeah, sure”

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