Yesterday I reviewed - not in any thorough detail - the wild figures going on with gold bullion estimates, all the way from Baron Blackheath's mention on the floor of the House of Lords in 2012 of a mere 1,500 tons of gold mined in the entire history of the world, a figure that seems patently and self-evidently far too low, even though it came to Baron Blackheath from a "reliable source" (Lord Sassoon), to an equally wild figure - also in Baron Blackheath's remarks - of some 750,000 tons of gold. And along the way we looked at the strange phenomenon of Germany's disappearing gold, recalling the incident from 1928 between visiting Reichsbank President Hjalmar Schacht and his NY Federal Reserve counterpart Benjamin Strong.

So, if Venezuela, Holland, and even Ecuador can get back some of their gold, why can't Germany? Or to put the question more philosophically, what good is a gold standard (for all the metalists and bullionists out there) when the actual figures of the amounts of gold in existence are so wildly obfuscated?

Well, consider this bit of information from Zero Hedge:

The Real Reason Why Germany Halted Its Gold Repatriation From The NY Fed

"... the gold community paid great attention to the decision of the German Bundesbank to “bring German gold home”. At the beginning of 2013, the Bundesbank announced it would repatriate 300 tonnes of gold stored in the US by 2020. It is well behind schedule, citing logistical difficulties. Yet diplomatic difficulties are more likely to be the chief cause of the delay, especially seeing as the Bundesbank has proven its capacity to organise large-scale gold transports. In the early 2000s, the Bundesbank incrementally repatriated 930 tonnes of German gold held by the Bank of England.

"Because if anyone knows what really happened behind the scenes in Germany, and inside closed doors at the Bundesbank, it is Deutsche Bank.

"And there you have it: it wasn't transportation, or "good delivery standards" concerns, or anything remotely related to Germany "decididng its gold is safe in American hands", but just the opposite: Germany was pressured to keep its gold in the US after a "diplomatic" line of communication was opened, most likely the result of the Fed making it all too clear clear to the Bundesbank not only who runs the show, but what the assured failure to repatriate Germany's gold would mean for "price stability."

"Which has, for now at least, ended Germany's gold repatriation demands.

"Now the question is, just how will the US pressure the Swiss "diplomatically" to make sure its own gold repatriation referendum does not succeed. Because if Germany failed miserably to obtain 674 tons of gold in 2013, it is assured that Switzerland will find absolutely nothing in its quest to obtain more than double, or 1,500 tons, of gold as a successful November 30 referendum outcome would require." (Emphases in the original)

You'll note that these are interesting figures, compared to those bandied about in Baron Blackheath's talks in the House of Lords in 2012, for Germany was seeking to repatriate more than half of the figure Baron Blackheath cited his friend Lord Sassoon as saying was the actual amount of gold in existence, and Switzerland wants to repatriate all of that amount.

Now I don't for a moment think all the gold in the world amounts to a mere 1,500 tons. And as I have suggested elsewhere, the amount of gold in existence has been obfuscated, due to the presence within a hidden system of finance erected in the post-war period by President Truman utilizing capture Axis loot(much of it via the imperial Japanese Operation Golden Lily). I have suggested that official "guesstimates" of gold may be exceeded in actual fact by several multiples, even perhaps by an order of magnitude.

But if that's the case, then why can't Germany get its gold back? After all, if there is that much, it should be a simple matter for the Fed to deliver it. And like Herr Boehringer, I suspect it's because they don't have it. But the reasons for not having it may be far different than anyone suspects.

So herewith my high octane, bizarre, out-there-in-geosynchronous-orbit speculation of the day. I have suggested in previous blogs that with all the liquidity in the system dating from the era of the Nixon administration, that on any conventional financial analysis, we should have seen hyper-inflation and collapse long before now. Yet, the conventional models have failed, and failed consistently in their predictions, for decades. I drew the analogy to electrical current and circuits, with money or liquidity representing the current: a lot of the current was not showing up at the load end, and the same thing could be said of gold. Hence, there was another load end, not apparent on the circuit, bleeding or syphoning power (liquidity) off the circuit. I suggested that some of this was not only going into the hole of black projects research, but quite simply, going off world, in the form of trade or tribute.  The same might be said of gold. In other words, if gold is being manipulated to keep prices down, then the actual physical gold should be showing up somewhere, but it isn't, at least, not in anywhere near the various numbers being bandied about.

(And, just as an aside, one of the regular readers here, Mr. G. lR., "got" the implications I was trying to communicate with the electricity analogy, for electrical and magnetic fields require the use of "hyper-dimensional" numbers like imaginary numbers to model mathematically. In other words, they require the notion of "implicate orders" and higher dimensional spaces and so on, yet another clue that conventional economic mathematical models are woefully inadequate, if indeed there is a connection between finance and physics).

In any such hidden system of finance, the Fed, and in particular the NY Fed, as depository bank of accounts for the US Federal government, would be a huge and central component and gatekeeper for such a system along with a few other agencies. If this speculation be true, then there is a layer of motivation of national, and perhaps even terrestrial, security that lies even deeper at the heart of central bank secrecy than merely obfuscating figures of gold. Pulling on that golden thread might lead to something not-on-this world, and in this respect it is interesting to note that the first hint of such shenanigans came from Hjalmar Schacht, who was well-known for his postwar connections and affairs, including a family relationship to Otto Skorzeny, including his role with other Nazis in the aftermath of the overthrow of King Farouk of Egypt in 1954, and for his connections to other such figures with chequered pasts (like Aristotle Onassis) and to people who, when asked for how the Nazis were able to achieve such stunning technological development in such a short time, merely responded that they had had "help".

Why would gold possibly be a part of this tribute or trade? Well, consider the allegations surrounding its "monatomic" form; in that consumed, powderized form, it allegedly loses 44% of its mass, and has in addition alleged healing and longevity properties. If those rumors and stories are true, then it would conceivably be of intrinsic value in antigravity research and technologies and in medical applications, and hence, of intrinsic value in trade with "whomever."

And that means that there may be messages and even subtle pressure - quiet and covert - being sent in all the games of gold bar monte; and it raises the stakes considerably that Germany has been one of the countries sending those messages.

But we needn't go into such gyrations and gymnastics of geo-syncrhonous-off-world-wild-and-crazy speculations either. If, for example, Germany's long term financial and economic ties would seem to tilt in the direction of the BRICSA bloc, and if, as I have been arguing, it's more recent announcement of military operational non-preparedness in case of a NATO emergency really means that Germany has found a diplomatic way to tell the USA to take a long hike off of a short pier over its disastrous handling of the Ukraine (not to mention Russia), then getting its gold back would be an essential step toward greater geopolitical independence on the world stage.

See you on the flip side.

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. emlong on November 26, 2014 at 11:25 am

    I have worked quite a bit with “ormus” which is kind of a loose and generic name for ormes (orbitally rearranged monatomic elements)which are the mono or perhaps more accurately the diatomic form of the platinum group elements. On average the smallest atom cluster of gold in nature is about 13 atoms. In the rare diatomic state achieved by chemical manipulation any of the platinum group metals will experience deformed electron orbitals and go into a much higher energy state wherein all the fireworks ensue including perhaps a huge reduction in weight. It should also be noted that the diatomic forms actually do exist in nature – especially in volcanic soils, but they are are very, very thinly distributed. One of my favorite theories about human evolution, a lot of which occurred in the Great Rift Valley, is that the higher levels of diatomic gold in the volcanic soils there contributed hugely to the expansion of human consciousness.
    The idea that much of the off balance sheet gold could be devoted to such “out there” projects as decsribed by Mr. Farrell is not at all far fetched.

    Here is a page from my website describing some devices made and experiments performed some years back. I am well known in the ormus community though my involvement is not as intense as it used to be since orgonite took over my attention.

    The “Silver Seer” sub-heading is the most pointed.

  2. unclejed on November 26, 2014 at 4:03 am

    I’m Going To Be Very Disappointed If Rupert Murdoch Has Eaten It All And Flushed It Down The Dunny !!!

  3. Musker-x on November 26, 2014 at 2:29 am

    The news is that the Netherlands just got 130 tons of gold in less than a year. Germany still can’t more than 5 tons in one year. What does the Netherlands have that Germany doesn’t? A certain Black Box perhaps? The Netherlands were responsible for analying the Black Box of the Malasian plane that was shot down in the Ukraine. What nation stands to gain from “delaying” such information? It ain’t Russia who is chomping at the bit to get the results.

    Germany does not want to send trops for NATO. Germany’s Merkle said she wants to leave office just after being re-elected. Her replacement wants out of the Euro. Germany keeps alinging itself with the BRICS–between the lines.

    The skuttle butt is that the US wants Germany’s, and Europes, banks to survive while their economy collapses. Germany wants it’s bank to fail and keep her vibrant economy.

    Perhaps this is why Germany did not get their gold.

    It’s a paper versus physical war in gold. The amount of Gold Lilly gold does not matter. It has been spoken for will not see the lite of day. Much like diamonds. The S Africa minds are said to have 200 million caraits. The somewhat recent discovery of a diamond in Austrila isestimated to be 1 billion caraits. So wht hasn’t the price of diamonds collapse? The cartel only lets so much out. Gold will be the same to keep the price up, once the US COMEX, and just about everything else, collapses.

    Good life

  4. moxie on November 25, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    Strangely, the alleged magical prop. Of gold sounds like that of the melange spice

  5. Gaia Mars-hall on November 25, 2014 at 4:19 pm

    Thankfully as I think of the word gold, even amongst the
    obvious insanity going on, my mind references
    Robert Hunter’s great opening lyric to the song
    Ripple by of course Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead
    on American Beauty…..

    “If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine
    and my tune were played on the harp unstrung
    would you hear my voice come through the music
    would you hold it near as it were your own”

    and so onward into such beautiful poetry evoking
    deeper values in life and increasingly lost bucolic sensibility
    for the term “gold of sunshine” also references for me the reality
    of the core of true economic value, which is food, with labor
    and grace, recognized and composing prayerful higher values
    wonder and thankfulness….

    Politically to the policies of Parity that recognized the value
    of food to the national economy that the farmer should not be
    underpaid for their production….see

    America near gone or upon gold records….

  6. jedi on November 25, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Wonder if this ties in with Ferguson…the crowds are supposedly shooting and the police are not returning fire….another bit of theater?

  7. DownunderET on November 25, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    Just published, now France wants it’s gold back, well good luck there, just ask the Germans.

  8. Frankie Calcutta on November 25, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Type I Civilization: covets gold because it is pretty and shiny and they are told it is special. Most Earthlings are of a Type I classification.

    Type II Civilization: covets golds as a fuel for their anti-gravity spacecraft which they build in order to leave their planet and find more gold. The Breakaway Civilization is of Type II.

    Type III Civilization: covets gold for its healing and longevity properties and spend their extended stressful lives urgently seeking gold throughout the Universe in order to stave off death. The Annunaki are a Type III Civilization.

    Type IV Civilization: knows type I, II, and III civilizations desperately covet gold so they have devoted their lives to front running these other civilizations in the accumulation of gold in order to sell it to them at exorbitant prices. Banksters are in the type IV classification.

    Type V Civilization: Amuse themselves by creating computer generated universes where all the inhabitants chase gold for one silly reason or another.

    • jedi on November 25, 2014 at 3:46 pm

      What about the type 666….the type 5 civis that get scolded and are sent down to share hell with the morons.

  9. loisg on November 25, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Very interesting…I especially consider the monatomic properties of gold to be relevant here. There is a possibility that this lost gold has nothing to do with finance at all, but instead is being used for off world uses…didn’t the ancient records state that the gods needed gold? Well, if humans are trying to recreate some of the technology of the gods, would they not require gold also? And that would be a good reason not to give any to Germany as they may be a direct competition to whomever the Fed may be supporting.

    • TRM on November 25, 2014 at 7:23 pm

      Yes the “gods” needed gold to save their planet which is why they came here and modified humans into modern humans who could toil in the mines instead of doing the work themselves. – Sitchin’s ver

      I’m sure somewhere in our galaxy far far away there is a group of “gods” saying “Why didn’t we just make damned robots to do the mining?”.

      In the ancient south american tradition gold was “the metal of the gods” and those inch thick plates that covered the walls of their palace at Cusco were just being held, not owned, by the humans.

  10. Aridzonan_13 on November 25, 2014 at 9:23 am

    In this case, trying to discern the true by eliminating the untrue. Is akin to emptying the Sahara with a teaspoon. Sifting thru 60 years of obfuscation and lies is a bit overwhelming.. Educated guesses are the best we can hope for.. Unless and until there is “Disclosure” of some kind. We’ll never know how deep the “Rabbit Hole” goes.

  11. moxie on November 25, 2014 at 9:02 am

    So it seems gold’s monatomic properties allow it to go into superluminal/hyperspace where there’s infinite energy and maybe in that level and dimension, it can also affect quantum particles..and also dna

  12. marcos toledo on November 25, 2014 at 8:23 am

    Could it be that America has squandered all it the gold it had in buying all those toys for it’s military. For all those stupid wars it’s been fighting for the last sixty eight years and all those regime changes it has brought to it’s (victims) around the World. And Germany knows it and now has leverage it can use against the descendant planter class that runs this empire.

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