Many regular readers here shared this article from our friends at Phys.org, concerning the successful experiment conducted by Australian scientists to create a small tractor beam, in this case, one capable of pulling or pushing a small glass bead to a much greater distance than in previous experiments: some 20cm. OK, it's not quite Star Trek, where entire huge starships are thus pushed or pulled, but it's at least a start:

Researchers build reversible tractor beam that moves objects 100 times farther than other efforts

The key to this feat was discovered to be changing the polarity:

"The new tractor beam is based on heat—a laser that shines a doughnut-shaped beam (it has a cold center) was fired at a gold covered tiny (0.2mm diameter) glass bead that was small enough to just fit inside the beam, where it was cold. The heat from the surrounding beam caused the surface of the bead to heat—creating hotspots. When the hotspots came into contact with , those particles were repelled, which in turn caused an opposing force against the glass bead, pushing it (up to a distance of 20cm). The researchers found they could change the movement of the beads by adjusting the polarization of the laser, causing changes in the hotspots on the beads. That meant the beads could be pushed forward, stopped, pulled back, or held in place."
The real questions are, why reveal such technologies now, and to what pitch of development might they have been brought in black projects research (and for that matter, how long have they been researching it)? If one stops to consider this announcement in a wider context - the sudden push of 3-d printing (or additive manufacturing) at a popular level and in a variety of uses, the announcements of DARPA to make the USA "warp capable" in 100 years, the increased interest in the privatization of space, both commercially and in terms of exploration, and the push to mine asteroids and other celestial bodies, and finally, the recent concerns about how to deal with threatening asteroids, how to push them out of dangerous collision paths with Earth - all these things suggest to my mind that this technology might be being investigated for its potential utility (a long way off, to be sure, given the state of what is known about it publicly) in all these areas. Combining such a technology with additive manufacturing would be a huge benefit for the manufacture of small components; its utility, if scaled up, for other uses is apparent, including the possibility that it might be scaled up to such a size as to be able to deal with small celestial objects.
Which leaves the question, why reveal all these technologies now? Consider the rush of recent announcements: Rossi's cold fusion E-Cat reactor, DARPA's strange "warp capability" goal, 3-d printing, Lockheed curious timing of its own fusion reactor announcement... all of this suggests to me that the global financial and technocratic elites know big changes, the largest technologically and culturally, in human history, are coming, and they are beginning to prepare (and to prepare us) for it. This means, similarly, that a huge transition both in domestic and international finance is under way, and the technologies being "memed" right now suggest that this system will to some extent be equity-based, as former HUD Assistant Secretary Catherine Fitts has hypothesized.
There is one thing absent  - and glaringly so - in the public perceptions and even to some extent the elites' seemingly consistent push of these technologies into the public consciousness, and that is spirituality... how will humanity deal with such a vast expansion of its technological power. Ultimately, that remains up to each individual to decide... and therein is the rub, for the technologies themselves can be both individually liberating, or, conversely, horribly collectivizing.
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. lyovmyshkin on November 5, 2014 at 2:34 am

    Mr Farrell,

    I love your work but just wanted to make a small suggestion. Your articles are very much written to those who have a healthy knowledge of your work and your various observations over time. Hypertext links embedded within your works that would lead the reader to the source where the DOD is proclaiming its plans for warp capability would be much appreciated for people like me who love your work but don’t always have the chance to read all of your great stuff. Thank you.

  2. Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    The elites are extremely spiritual.
    Well, in regards to their one & only God: PROFIT.
    They will; howvever, suffer the public paying for the costs/debts.
    But never… in the Profits. That is the private sector ONLY.
    And the private sector will not suffer competition.
    However, under highly secret conditions with extreme prejudice in proprietary ownership of research, they will spend public money[well, actually funnel public monies]. It may then be released 30 years later, under facades similar to the current parade of elections charades. Expensive public frontage for privately owned roots. Perhaps, some more technocrats pruning democracy ruffage here & there as in Greece, for austerity beautification of profit margins.

    • jedi on November 1, 2014 at 7:52 am

      the elites are imposters…the god that created them hates them by there own testament.
      They simply killed them off, and hid there knowledge from the children and used it for there own material satisfaction.

      Thats why in Egypt the tombs are literally covered over, repainted, and any artifacts that are discovered are quickly lost.

      Always remember they want you too forget, and if you start too figure it out and remember…expect them too show up at your door.
      There god is S aten….binary programmed humans that serve money.

      These nukes going off in the Ukraine should start setting off alarm bells. That is a first strike, against international treaties, as well as attempted genocide in the west…it appears that the “new age” relegion is about light workers, which was symbolic of the twin towers being built of stone coming down….dna replaced by light rather than stone. Very symbolic, from a binary encoded matrix world controlled by Stone but created by LIGHT.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 1, 2014 at 8:27 am

        That’s right jedi!
        Of all their varied poisons & witches brews, and spells, and cauldron’s of evil; it is The Forgetting, that gets the main billing, splashed in blood red neon of wars bright explosive lights!

        • jedi on November 1, 2014 at 8:54 am

          thats why they have been tricked into calling themselves the 1 per centers…1 and 0, binary program, yes no, good evil…they always choose evil. always….they always choose self.
          the rest of the people use 10 percent, code for binary programmed workers…and then there are those that slipped through the ancient genocide.
          …those that use there brains creatively, and begin to see truth, knowledtge and the spirit of creator…open ended people, open ended systems…they are people without objectives, and thus have no obstacles.
          The saying when good men take no interest in politics has a entire different meaning than what we have been led to believe. They trapped themselves.
          everything is there, the laws, the people, the truth…that is what is coming next.

          It is all in the bible….everything that anyone needs to know about anything.

  3. marcos toledo on October 31, 2014 at 10:23 am

    As to spirituality I think our elites are toying with either fascist Christianity or fascist Islam. Or a commination of both. Maybe even some form of Satanism since these knuckle heads are illiterate at heart. Mumbo Jumbo has been more their style of leadership instead of a universal written script. Their idea to prevent communication not promote communication or simply put divide and conquer. They probably had all this stuff in the year the first Star Trek series began broadcasting forty eight years ago.

  4. moxie on October 31, 2014 at 9:05 am

    Some elites are definitely into a certain kind of spirituality and are promoting it, and I wouldn’t want it for myself or for anybody..and if the same elites are releasing these technologies now, their purpose is really questionable. Though undoubtedly there has to be some kind of a new order that comes with the use of such relatively superior technologies, and as to how and in which direction that order will be realized, maybe Dr. Farrell has some ideas.

  5. Frankie Calcutta on October 31, 2014 at 7:59 am

    Possibly short term, the elites will attempt to deal with spirituality, or spiritual dissidents for that matter, through such tactics as ebola and medical martial law. In the long term though, what if humans capable of higher states of consciousness can be identified genetically? Could the elites then target these enlightened humans with a bioweapon? Or, could the elites even cook up some kind of technology that would read human auras from a distance and thereby determine which people were in a heightened state of spirituality? Could the elite then use something such as a tractor beam to yank them out of the general populous under the guise of being “raptured.” Maybe the entire rapture meme has been socially engineered for this future purpose? This scenario would also lend credibility and empower the evangelical nitwits who espouse it so vehemently now. Thus the elites would be able to to herd even more humans into the horrendously spiritually confining camp of the evangelical crackpots and thereby make their efforts to suppress human spirituality even easier.

    Conversely, tractor beams in the hands of organized religion would be equally dangerous (and menacing to human spirituality). Could you imagine every church and mosque secretly equipped with a tractor beam hidden in their belfry or minaret with the ability to pull passersby into their place of worship? And what if these tractor beams could also empty out the coins in ones pockets? Don’t expect organized religions to endorse digital currency anytime soon. Loose change has always been their bread and butter… anyway they can get it.

  6. Lost on October 31, 2014 at 7:43 am

    Only a “tractor beam” if not working in a vacuum counts as a successful tractor beam.

    And 3D printing has been around for 30 years.

    And good systems costing only a few tens of thousands of dollars have been around for a dozen. (The now subsidiary company MakerBot was kind of a joke until a few years ago.)

    It’s bad software (AutoDesk’s AutoCAD) that’s held 3D printing back. But now there are people who’ve been using 3D CAD for a dozen years, so they can say “we’ll not use this joke that is AutoCAD, we don’t care if it’s the industry standard; it has huge limitations.”

    In other words, those who knew about better 3D CAD programs 15 years ago, also knew about 3D printing.

    • Frankie Calcutta on October 31, 2014 at 8:03 am


      you truly are a genius

    • moxie on October 31, 2014 at 1:26 pm

      So, they will be hauling things instead of sending men out there. Good for them

      • Lost on October 31, 2014 at 1:51 pm


        The point is that this system would not work in the vacuum of space.

    • WalkingDead on October 31, 2014 at 4:53 pm

      Having worked in the aerospace industry for 30 years, I’m familiar with AutoCrud Mechanical Desktop 3D software and it’s numerous drawbacks and limitations. My company used it for about a year then switched to Solid Edge, we also had a few ProE stations. Both of these software CAD programs are vastly superior. We used “Rapid Prototyping” (now known as 3D printing) for most of the time I was employed in the industry mainly for show and tell during meetings for proof of concept work and fit. A good 3d modeling software package will insure that everything fits and the design is solid. It should also be intuitive to learn and easy to use. This is where AutoCAD fails miserably. Instead of writing new code for their 3d package they relied on previous subroutines and patched then all together then supplied a shell for the old code to run under thus making the software difficult to use, bulky, slow, and full of bugs. Their use of constraints was so bad it would make you scream. I had to attend three six week courses to learn to use their software.

      Solid Edge I taught myself to use in less than a week. Most of that time was learning the icons.

      In order to go from the 3d model to finished hardware we relied on CAM programmers, even though Solid Edge has CAM software available, we chose not to use it. Never figured out the reasoning behind that.

      You can do amazing things with CAD/CAM especially once you get in to 4 axis or more machining. Add geometric tolerancing to the mix and machining problems and waste become a thing of the past.

      • Guygrr on November 2, 2014 at 9:22 am

        I always preferred solid edge also

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