Just a reminder folks that there will be no News and Views this week. We will return with our normal schedule next Thrusday, Jan 8, 2015. ALSO: I have cancelled tomorrow's vidchat to be able to have time to work with Dr. de Hart on a new book, and have rescheduled the vidchat for next Friday, Jan 9. But as his schedule is in flux these days, there is a possibility that we will have to reschedule that as well. Please keep an eye out here, and on the members' events calendar in the members area.

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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. DanaThomas on January 2, 2015 at 7:53 am

    As a holiday treat I am FINALLY reading Dr. de Hart’s “Shelley Unbound”, a real jewel. Those interested in a good survey of the 18th-19th century background should also read Joscelyn Godwin’s “The Theosophical Enlightenment” (in which we learn, among other things that the term “theosophy”, popularized by Blavatsky, actually goes back to Enlightenment mysticism).

  2. marcos toledo on January 1, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    I just finished your latest book and towards the end of it you mention that the male line of the Jewish priesthood. Traces back to 29000 to 340000 BC if that is true that is over a quarter of million years back. Neanderthal genes in their family tree possibility and if Europe knew about the Americas that far back what threat did they consider the natives to their society to have been attempting to destroy them for the pass five hundred years. More a threat than the Cathars and Templars and why.

    • DanaThomas on January 2, 2015 at 7:53 am

      Good point.

    • Cassandane on January 2, 2015 at 4:43 pm

      Yes, Marcos. After reading “The Secret Society of Moses” by Flavio Barbiero and “The Undying Stars” by David Warner Mathieson, which were part of a suggested reading list Dr Farrell mentioned somewhere, it occurred to me that there’s a strong possibility they were Neanderthals. Ever since I first heard of Neanderthals, I thought it odd that with all their advantages – stronger bones, better musculature, bigger cranium – they were considered to be the ones who ‘died out’ and not us lesser-advantaged modern humans. It didn’t make sense. “The Undying Stars” has a photo of an artist’s reconstruction of a man and a woman done from Neanderthal bones found somewhere in Kazakhstan that depicts them with all the features of power, ruthlessness, and cruelty, that you see in the features of rulers both today and in historical portraits. It may be this link to the Jewish cohens that has resulted in so much media attention to the Neanderthals and a gradual shifting of opinion from “Caveman-ugh” types who couldn’t possibly have interbred with ‘modern’ humans to the belief that most of Europe has some Neanderthal genes. I think the biggest threat to them from America was that some of their own appear to have secretly come to this continent and – wittingly or unwittingly – passed on knowledge of who they really were to the people they found here and that that knowledge may have upset plans that required COMPLETE PLAYBOOK SECRECY. Either that, or the ones in Europe wanted uncontested access to all the riches of this continent…or both. Neanderthals also seem to have had skull shapes quite similar to Akhenaten and his family, and these two books, along with “Stranger in the Valley of the Kings” by Ahmed Osman, make a strong case for Moses and Akhenaten being one and the same person – the person who struck the first deal with the devil and whose descendents have largely made the world what it is today by keeping the old knowledge to themselves and using it to subjugate everyone else.

  3. Margaret on January 1, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    I’m having a bit of vidchat withdrawal myself 😉 Eudemonist will join you Downunder, maybe not as early as usual since our ‘host’ will be absent … there’s always something interesting to share and chat about (and I think there will be some good news) …

  4. DownunderET on January 1, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    DRAT, the waiting is killing me, oh well, at least we ARE getting a new co-authored book, and I wonder where Joseph and Dr. de hart are going with it.
    I’m going to be in the chat room if anybody wants to join in tomorrow, nothing like a chin wag to bring in the New Year.

    • chris on January 2, 2015 at 10:46 am

      I have heard of chin boogie before but never a chin wag. good one ken.To the chat room!…

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