Every now and then, the alternative research community gets an unwitting boost from science, and in this case, the research in question is that of my colleague-in-Bell research (and indeed, the individual who uncovered the Nazi Bell story), Igor Witkowski, of Warsaw, Poland. What most people do not know, is that besides his phenomenally well-documented, tightly argued, and provocative The Truth About the Wunderwaffe, Mr. Witkowski also wrote another highly intriguing book, The Axis of the World, published by Adventures Unlimited Press. In this important work, which I had the privilege of seeing before it went to press, Mr. Witkowski outlined his case that the "land bridge" theory of migration to the North and South American continents was all wrong.

His thesis was the converse, that ancient peoples had come across the Pacific, island-hopping along the way, to arrive first at Easter Island, and then across the expanse of sea to South America. His argument was both contextual and linguistic: he pointed out the similarities of Rongo-Rongo script of Easter Island to that of the Indus Valley civilization of India, a point which was noticed by his fellow countryman, the linguist Szalek. Witkowski also pointed out the greater antiquity of structures in South America - Lake Tihuanaco for example, and the monuments of Pumu Punkhu - and the relative decline in technological capability as one moved northward to consider more recent structures. For him, in other words, the migration from Asia was not from Siberia to the North and finally South American continents, but the reverse: a migration of Indo-Polynesian peoples from India and Southeast Asia, across the southwestern Pacific, to South America, and thence northward.

Interestingly enough, two regular readers here, Ms. P.H. and Mr. S.D., both shared stories this past week about how recent genetic studies indicate a connection between the population of Easter Island, and South America:

Genomic data support early contact between Easter Island and Americas

Easter Islanders sailed to Americas, DNA suggests

The article in particular notes that current "textbook theories" will have to be revised, the theories still currently advocated in American edgycayshun:

"The findings are a reminder that "early human populations extensively explored the planet," says Anna-Sapfo Malaspinas from the Natural History Museum of Denmark's Centre for GeoGenetics. "Textbook versions of human colonization events—the peopling of the Americas, for example—need to be re-evaluated utilizing genomic data."

"On that note, a second article that will appear in the same issue of Current Biology by Malaspinas along with Eske Willerslev and their colleagues examined two human skulls representing the indigenous "Botocudos" of Brazil to find that their genomic ancestry is Polynesian, with no detectable Native American component at all."

The dating here is significant, for it is still being couched in terms of a relatively recent interaction of Easter Islanders and South American native populations:

"While it may have taken weeks for Polynesians to reach even the closest nearby islands, there are hints of contact with the larger world. For example, there is evidence for the presence of crops native to the Americas in Polynesia, including the Andean sweet potato, long before the first reported European contact.


"Genome-wide analysis of 27 native Rapanui now confirms significant contact between the island people and Native Americans sometime between approximately AD 1300 and AD 1500, 19 to 23 generations ago. The Rapanui population began mixing with Europeans only much later, in about 1850. The ancestry of the Rapanui today is ?76% Polynesian, 8% Native American, and 16% European."

This is still a long way from the much earlier dating suggested by Mr. Witkowski, but again, his data set had no such genetic studies on which to base his arguments and speculations. But his consideration of fellow countryman and linguist Szalek's studies of Easter Island's native script and its undeniable resemblance to the Indus Valley scripts, some dating from ca. 8000 BC, is suggestive in and of itself. While genetics appears to be a long way from confirming these dates, it does appear to have loosely corroborated Mr. Witkowski's general pattern and thesis, that of a regular and consistent connection of peoples from the Southwest Pacific, across that ocean, to South America.  I suspect in time we will see more and more corroboration of this pattern. One can only hope that, by the same token, science will respect the attempts of those researchers, like Mr. Witkowski, who attempted to synthesize various data sets into a different picture, and to brave a break with mainstream paradigms.

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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. Guygrr on November 7, 2014 at 10:13 am

    “One can only hope that, by the same token, science will respect the attempts of those researchers, like Mr. Witkowski, who attempted to synthesize various data sets into a different picture, and to brave a break with mainstream paradigms.”

    Hmm I can surely think of someone we all know that deserves some of this respect. In that same vain, I often wonder, Doc do you ever worry about your well being and pushing the wrong buttons? I mean if they are willing to take out a CNBC exec when they clearly have a motive what stops them from going after anyone they please? I know this is what they want us to think, maybe I’m prone to being paranoid, but their methods are semi effective if entirely evil. I’ve never really come across anything in the Doc’s books or audio recordings here or with George-Ann where he addresses this. Anyone here that can point me in the right direction?

  2. Aridzonan_13 on November 7, 2014 at 4:35 am

    Mu and Atlantis have been well documented over the years. The Mu left it’s mark on the Pacific / South America eons ago. Later the Atlanteans left there mark on both sides of the Atlantic. The Aztecs said they had come from a place in the East called Aztl. The most interesting evidence of Atlantis were the “Sea Peoples”. Who are catagorized a puddle pirates by historians. But, evidence suggest, they gave Ramases II & III all they could handle in what could be the first Wolrd War. That happened across the Mediterranean. On both occasions, Egyptian forces prevailed. Only after fighting off serious large scale sea invasions. According to Egyptian text, the Sea Peoples claimed their home island had sunk into the Atlantic. Evidence suggest, the Sea Peoples founded the Etruscan civilization, had settlements in Spain.

  3. TRM on November 6, 2014 at 5:31 pm

    A good book about the northern route to the americas is one called “The Lost World”. They go over the improbability of going down the center of the continent between 2 large ice sheets and point out the island hopping possibilities around the north. It would have even been easier due to more islands.

    Perhaps north and south america were colonized from all directions. North, south and from europe and africa.

  4. Robert Barricklow on November 6, 2014 at 2:11 pm

    On this accepted pyramid structure of power many dogmas take root. Even Christianity is rooted in dogma, although pruned changes appear on the surface for PR purposes. The money system, the teaching system, the media, etc., all structured for hierarchical control. It takes explosive reasoning & mountains evidence to move the status woe toward the light. But the internet, the bit coin protocol, and other counter technologies are undermining the pyramid structure embedded since & before Christ was a corporal.

  5. Walter on November 6, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    The whole Easter Island problem is complicated by the fact that at least two ethnic groups were there simultaneously. Witkowski mentions it in the book. They eventually ended up making war on each other. The Polynesians didn’t seem to have written language but the long ears (Witkowski shows a hypothetical illustration of a europoid type person) did – the Rongo Rongo script. I’ve seen it suggested that the longears lived in the lava flow tunnels underground.

    But mostly I wanted to point out a couple of articles in the latest Nexus magazine that also relate to Witkowski and the Nazi Bell. The Oct-Nov issue has two short articles by Jeff Smith: 1) The Nazi Bell, Antigravity and the Secret Apollo Space Program, and 2) Electron Disconnect, Magnetic Buoyancy and the Antigravity Effect of a Nuclear Fireball. I sure would like to read more about this. Hope that Nexus gets more from this writer.

  6. DownunderET on November 6, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    I have read IW’ book and the way he set up the idea of the Americas being populated from the bottom up was very good. Also the clue of the Rongo Rongo script being almost identical to the Indus valley was the clincher. So once again the Alternative Research Community strikes again, while main stream quackademia is red faced, when will they ever learn?

  7. marcos toledo on November 6, 2014 at 9:48 am

    Nothing new this was brought about Rapa Nui and it’s connection to the Indus civilization in the book They All Discovered America published in 1963. I even read a juvenile novel about contact between Native Americans and Native Australians in Pre-Columbian times if anybody can remember the title and author of that book please say so. Then there always the late Thor Heyerdahl and his Kon Tiki voyage and his later Ra voyages. Then there is No Stone Unturned book of 1958 that states that the Clovis were the ancestors of the Solutrians not the other way around.

    • Lost on November 6, 2014 at 12:58 pm


      Jewish Priest control the world?

      That’s a different take. And no the word is not Rabbi.

  8. Frankie Calcutta on November 6, 2014 at 9:24 am

    Perhaps the two Polynesian skulls found in Brazil were just currency? We well know the Polynesians penchant for collecting skulls, especially shrunken ones. Maybe in pre-kohanim Polynesia and the Americas, skulls of all sorts were used in the exchange of goods. But what would have more value? A shrunken skull or an elongated skull? It would seem the elongated skull would be most prized, but that might be my own built in ethnic bias. Perhaps giving value to skulls started with the precious crystal skulls? Maybe they were the original source of currency in this lost ancient world of high antiquity but as these civilizations declined and the crystal skulls became too scarce and too valuable, other skulls began to be used as currency in their place. (Or maybe the crystal skulls were a type of bearer bond traded by alien commercial interests colonizing our planet?) As preposterous as this may seem, one can’t dispute humankind’s timeless fascination with collecting and adorning skulls. Wether as an accessory on clothing, a decoration around the house, or as a fashionable drinking vessel, skulls have always been put to use in one fashion or another. And who can forget the multitude of skulls hoarded in the catacombs of Italy, China, Peru and so many others? Were they hoarding a currency the same way gold is similarly hoarded today?

    Could it be the arrival of the kohanim priests and merchants to these ancient civilizations which ended skull trading and replaced it with bullion trading? Did the cunning kohanim destroy the value of the skull as currency by introducing mass human sacrifice and perpetual war, thereby inflating the skull currency into oblivion? And maybe the nazi SS death head logo was not just the menacing insignia of a death machine but in fact a nostalgic reminder of of the grim currency traded before the kohanim usurped the global currency market with their glittery metals, and thereby getting control of the world. Then the question must be asked: were the nazis harvesting a bounty of skulls through war and genocide for the purpose of restoring skulls as the reserve currency once they were victorious over the kohanim banksters? Judging by the huge amounts of skulls left behind at Auschwitz, my guess is yes. In a cruel twist of fate, the kohanim were to go from being the controllers of the currency to the currency itself.

    • jedi on November 6, 2014 at 10:17 am

      The gods were interested in the DNA from the bone tissue. The primates adapted it too fit there view of reality, a hood ornament. Just like the south pacific islanders worshipping a plane made out of sticks and leafs praying that the gods would drop some boxes oof lucky charms. No clue, but people are gullible in the principle of induction.
      Interesting that king Leopold collected hands in his attempt at colonizing the Congo, and the Chinese, ahem Indian savages were collecting scalps….during the colonization of america….hair color.
      Good movies out on these topics the last few weeks.

      • jedi on November 6, 2014 at 10:24 am

        Kobe in the planet of the apes movie pulls a false flag and takes out Caesar blaming the humans too get a genocide going.

        • jedi on November 6, 2014 at 11:05 am

          Sorry, Kobe the genetic experiment of a human enterprise searching for a cure of aluminum poisoning doing a Gerry lewis comedy impersonation as a ruse clowns his way too get close to a couple of drunk humans, with a double somersault and ten point finish grabs the gun and blows the humans away. By deception he did war…happy ending with Caesar the ape killing Kobe the ape. Caesar then mantras the paranoid ape law of humans will never forgive ape and sets out for a cure for m.s.

    • Ramura on November 7, 2014 at 10:42 am

      I often wish there was a simple “like” button on this comment page. This is one of those times. Frankie Calcutta — I love the way your mind works. You are surely giving JPF a “run for the money” in high-octane speculation. But why the heck not?

      You have painted a well-fleshed out (ouch! sorry about that) thought process of how this all might have worked and the implications.

      It gave me a chuckle….AND made me think, quite a bit! 🙂

    • RAJM on November 7, 2014 at 8:35 pm

      Frankie, lets not forget the hyper dimensional properties of the 6 pointed star and the attachments of the Falx & Tentorium Cerebri.

  9. Reno on November 6, 2014 at 6:15 am

    What about Atlantis?

    • Bianca-II on November 6, 2014 at 8:55 am

      supposing that with the Great Flood by volcanic activity the large part of the country -where now as that piece of Easter Island – destroyed and gone, but come soon resurface. The images – big statues – turvy in the ground were from the last inhabitants of that time. That big was human then. Easter Island is a peak of an earlier part of a land of seven pieces, seven islands. All the little islands that we know are the highest peaks of once a huge part of the country …
      The destruction of what we now know as Easter Island, was that there were no residents. Later, of the other past high peaks (now the islands) automatically return people to the island, and went inhabit it.There were large underground earthquakes, tsunamis were going on at That time in the past. (sorry, English is not my native language)

      • Bianca-II on November 6, 2014 at 8:58 am

        That WAS Atlantis (the Seven big Islands), So Easter Island was ever a part of it. It is very old soil.

  10. jedi on November 6, 2014 at 5:54 am

    The. Inmates took over the zoo….behold the ape thinks he be a god…well let him eat his arm freely and remove himself from the tree….of life

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