Hey everyone.... many of you emailed me about the Viking ship -Mississippi article... the article, apparently, is a hoax from a kind of online Tabloid! So thanks for the heads up to everyone that notified me! Thanks to all of you who spotted it!

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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. LSM on August 24, 2014 at 9:44 am

    I don’t understand for one second why something published in a labeled “tabloid” is automatically labeled a hoax; the best place to hide the truth is out in the open and the best place to hide the truth is under the guise of “fiction” and, above all, print it in a “tabloid”-

    if one has read Richard J. Dewhurst’s “The Ancient Giants Who Ruled America” or Rick Osmon’s “Graves of the Golden Bear” (just for starters) I hardly doubt the Viking find would be anything unusual; the Vikings were just later visitors-

    nor do I understand why this website’s posting on this topic suddenly disappeared but now has suddenly reappeared (my previous commentary was more or less the same but disappeared with the initial report)-

    please stay well all-

    Larry in Germany

  2. emlong on August 22, 2014 at 8:12 am

    The blurring of reality and fabrication is a project of the powers that be lately. It really began in earnest when the neocons assumed power in 2,000. We may recall the newly arrived and very enthusiastic new culture of the executive branch even had little badges hidden behind their lapels which they would humorously and discretely flash at each other when passing by in the halls of power. The pin said something to the effect that “we create reality,” and what could be a more fitting tribute to the stolen 2000 election just for starters. That of course it what it’s all about in America these days – total control of the media and a constant push of said media to make real what they want to be real. There is a sense too that if you can get the public to distrust “any” information then it will just start to unplug. The recent “megalodon” and “mermaid” fabrications on the sciency channels which fooled so many people are typical of the “new unreality.” These shows are ostensibly just fun, but subliminally as such shows proliferate it can cause doubt in the public about its ability to observe and make judgements. That is just exactly the kind of underclass that fascist regimes desire.

  3. Celtic Death Star on August 22, 2014 at 5:00 am

    People are very quick to hitch their flag to the latest debunking.

    People are very quick to be very skeptical if you think outside the box.

    People demand extraordinary evidence for extraordinary claims, but they do not seem to require any evidence for what they are taught at school.

    Sometimes the debunking has more holes in than a Swiss cheese.

    Due diligence goes both ways!

    • rich overholt on August 22, 2014 at 10:56 am

      ” The tribe that is today gone from the Mandans constituted the last of the Viking groups which had once pushed on towards the interior, to be swallowed up at last by a Vinland enlarged beyond measure to the point of nightmare.”

      “Golden Iceland”~p.82, Gayet-Tancrede

  4. Celtic Death Star on August 22, 2014 at 4:08 am

    The article could very, very well be a total hoax.


    Parts of the article, or the whole article, could be completely true.

    Some revelations are so “dangerous” that they have to be debunked even if they’re true.

    If you assert something, it’s sorta good if you can prove it. If you assert that something is a hoax, then yeah, you have to prove that too and with THE SAME LEVEL OF PROOF!

    The best way to debunk the truth is to throw in a few deliberate lies. The best way to sell a lie is to sweeten it with a lot of truth.

    I haven’t seen any of this Viking ship stuff, but I know for a fact that the establishment are very quick to claim a hoax when it suits them.

    The “truth” is a dirty business in this so called civilisation of ours!

  5. marcos toledo on August 21, 2014 at 8:17 pm

    Unfortunately fooled again by the over grown children who run the USA. This one of the reasons nobody with any sense believe anything written in their history or science textbooks. The triumph of lies over truth strikes again another got you by the fools on the hill remember jerks the boy who cried wolf.

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