Mr. S.D. shared this one with me, and I'm confident that your reaction will be similar to mine. I was, in a word, stunned by the implications, and when you see it, I'm sure you will be to. The reason? Well, to put it succinctly, there appears to be a relationship between gold in the body, and the ability to target individual cancers cells, and eleminate them:

Gold nanotubes image and destroy cancer cells in three ways

Now, of course, what is immediately apparent is that this is being run by self-described transhumanist and singularity advocate, Ray Kurzweil.

However, what caught my eye about this article was something very different, and regular readers here, and more importantly, members of this website, will have caught it too. During one of our recent vidchats, the observation was made - I forget by whom - how many of the "elite" appear to just live on and on and on, and some of them don't even really look their age. David Rockefeller, for example, is almost a centenarian, at 99 years old. Henry Kissinger is in his 90s. Queen Elizabeth II is 88 (and she looks nearly two decades younger). And few of them ever seem to die of cancer. What accounts for this longevity? We will hear the usual useful nonsense: they don't smoke, exercise regularly, and limit cholesterol and sugar intakes...&c &c blah blah blah. What we probably won't be told is that they eat organic food only, avoid vaccinations, don't drink fluoridated water.

But I digress. The real point here is that if, as we have argued on occassion on this website, there is a secret physics and a technology stemming from it, it stands to reason that there is also a secret medicine, and technology stemming from that. No one familiar with the stories of Royal Raymond Rife or French physician Antoine Priorie can conclude otherwise. What is of interest here are the following statements from the article:

"The researchers injected the gold nanotubes intravenously. They controlled the length of the nanotubes for the right dimensions to absorb near-infrared light (which penetrates tissue well) from a pulsed infrared laser beam.

"By adjusting the brightness of the laser pulse, the researchers were able to control whether the gold nanotubes were in imaging mode or cancer-destruction mode.

"For imaging, after absorbing energy from the laser pulse, the gold nanotubes generated ultrasound for multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT), used to detect the gold nanotubes.

"For cancer destruction, there were two options:

  • Use a stronger laser beam to rapidly raise the temperature in the vicinity of the nanotubes so that the temperature was high enough to destroy cancer cells.
  • Load the central hollow core of the nanotubes with a therapeutic payload."(Emphasis added)

Now, reading bewteen the lines a bit, what is being said is this: (1) nanotubes of a particular length are injected into the body. The length is crucial, for its ability to "absorb near-infrared laser light" is a function of the wavelength of the light, and hence, the gold nanotubes are of particular lengths that are harmonics of the laser light. (2) This laser light is varied to control which function the gold nanotubes perform, one of which is the ability to image the cancer cells, in their live state, and at the cellular level.

Now, if this sounds familiar, it should, for it is eerily similar to the claims Dr. Royal Raymond Rife claimed for his microscope. Rife, you'll recall, claimed to have invented a microscope which, through special "tuning," could see viruses optically (this, incidentally, was part of his claim that got him into trouble; the other being that he was able to cure cancer with vibration alone) and in their live state. Now, as already mentioned, Rife claimed to have been able to cure cancer by (1) observing cancer cells in their live state, (2) calculating their resonant frequency, and (3) bombarding them with that very frequency until, being unable to damp it, they simply "exploded" and died, leaving the healthy cells (resonant to different frequencies) alive, well, and unharmed. That, in short, is the gist of the Rife story.

So you'll notice the similarity here, the only difference being that gold is the subject of the vibrations, and not the cells themselves. But if nanoimaging of this sort is part of this new technique, and the calculation of the unhealthy cells' resonant frequencies be far behind? I doubt it. But you'll note a second eerie resemblance to Rife's technique, a rather more direct one, in fact, as the gold nanotubes can be used to raise the temperature of cells through their natural resonance with the infrared lasers. The only difference here with Rife's claims is, once again, that in his technique, the resonance was to the diseased tissue itself, whereas here, the resonance is to an intermediary agent, the gold nanotube itself.

All of these parallels raise to my mind the high octane possibility that we're being afforded a glimpse, not into an emerging technology, but rather, one that has been around for a while, and which was suppressed, and which, now, a bit of that technology, in modified form, is being released. Or, to put it differently, it looks as if, decades later, the principle outlines of Rife's claims are, to some extent, being loosely corroborated.

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. yankee phil on March 27, 2015 at 6:12 am

    Dr. Joseph my good man,as I remember you yourself have ingested monatomic gold and said it tasted like chicken(just kidding) no really, did you experience any physical improvements or overall better health? While on this alchemical subject the cold fusion making nickel into copper by fusion with hydrogen gas in the E-Cat process of Rossi’s generator,can some similar sort of fusion process be used to make lead into gold ,,,,aaannd,,,did alchemists in the 19 century perhaps also use a sort of cold fusion chemical process in some of their transmutation experiments without knowing it?

  2. emlong on March 24, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    If you want to ingest the platinum group elements in the non-toxic non- ionic forms then buy from those who do it correctly:

    These are not the monatomics (diatomics actually) but they will have some biological effects.

  3. Robert Barricklow on March 24, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    How many Nikola Telsa’s were/are there in the medical arena being crucified for Daring to help mankind[you know, the useless eaters]?
    This is/has been the “ruling elites” modus operandi for too many millennia. The future could be so blindingly bright & full of light; yet, due the mankind’s alleged stewards, darkness is what is & has been worshipped.

  4. Archytype on March 24, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    Rife microscope covered by either art bell or George noorie on coast to coast am back in the 90’ss

    Additionally, Lawrence gardener (peace be with him) was an author of renown whose book the secrets of the lost ark, spoke of the use of gold, turned in to the monotomic form (white powder of gold); Egyptian ‘mana’.

    Vibration rules! Consonance or dissonance, the universe is based on this.

    Stands to reason why using resonance will provide the answers or’cures’ – in more ways than most can imagine.

    • Archytype on March 24, 2015 at 2:09 pm

      I should have put some links !

      Once I locate then I will post them. However, it does not stop you using an internet search engine to track down articles on what I have said!

      Hey fcuk it! Look it up yourself, don’t wait for my links…..

  5. DownunderET on March 24, 2015 at 12:59 pm

    AND, don’t forget the Golden Calf event with Moses grinding the calf into a powder and then feeding it to the Hebrews. I’d like to get the Pope to try and explain that little gem. Oh, and the Queen mother died at 100, and she was a bottle of Gin a day kinda girl. The whole world is waiting for Kissinger and David Rockamoran to get their exit visas, I’m planning a big party for these two elites demise, I just wish it is tomorrow.

  6. WalkingDead on March 24, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    It’s been a while since I read anything on this matter, so I may be a bit off. I never really accepted his premise, anyway, just seemed a bit too easy and risky.
    I may be mistaken here, but David Hudson believed it was the monoatomic/diatomic versions of iridium and rubidium which resulted in better health/DNA repair. Silver may have also been one of the elements which resulted in better health also due to its antiviral benefits. The gold resulted in improved intelligence/higher IQ.
    A concoction of all the heavy metals in the same ratio found in nature where this naturally occurs (the Midwest) was what he believed would lead to the “light body” or bright aura combined with the health benefits.
    There may, indeed, be legitimate uses for the monoatomic/diatomic versions of these metals, whether anyone has figured out what they might be remains a mystery to date. The normal atomic configurations of these elements, regardless of their size would seem to be problematic, if not toxic. The body is not equipped to rid itself of this type of toxin.
    I have no experience with any of them other than the microscopic amount that occurs naturally in the foods I eat. Those that have experimented with them give mixed results with most reporting unpleasant experiences, most likely, resulting from varying doses and tolerances from individual to individual with some reporting very vivid dream states of contact with “other beings”, both good and bad, similar to psychoactive substances. Those on high doses reported gold exuding from their bodies in extremely thin threads.
    Heavy metals in the body is typically not a good thing. The fact that these substances do not react the same way as the more abundant form of the metals would require a great deal of study, and that may be ongoing in the deep black world of the breakaway civilization. There are enough references to the white powder version of these metals within ancient texts to draw their interest for sure, especially when it relates to interdimensional or gravity applications. One of his conclusions was that the diatomic gold produced almost a room ambient superconductor, which would have enormous applications.
    You hear very little now about any of this, it seems to have dropped off the radar, possibly for very good reason.

    • Archytype on March 24, 2015 at 2:11 pm

      No it was Monoatomic Gold in its ‘white powder’ form.

      Look up Lawrence Gardener Lost Secrets of the Ark or there about….

  7. DanaThomas on March 24, 2015 at 10:26 am

    There is a branch of Ayurvedic Medicine dealing with the processing of minerals including gold. Look up, for example, suvarna bhasma

  8. Frankie Calcutta on March 24, 2015 at 9:52 am

    A few years back I spent a summer working as an oil boy at Bohemian Grove. This put me in close proximity to many of our aging elite and I too noticed the youthfulness of many of these seemingly ancient oligarchs. At least, their bodies were very youthful. Most appeared to have the bodies of young men and in one case the body of a young woman– Henry Kissinger. (In fact, Dr. Kissinger had the physique of an eye catching 19 year old girl and I found myself guiltily entertaining lustful thoughts towards this reprehensible war criminal and even hoped that I would be chosen to paddle his backside in one of the evening ceremonies). One of my numerous duties was to inspect “bohemians” for disease carrying ticks (which was really not an easy task due to the number of microscopic implants so many of these men had embedded into their bodies). During the course of my inspections I noticed many of these old men had tiny scars encircling their neck. In some cases, they had several scarred rings around their neck like in the case of David Rockefeller. I noticed the higher up one was in the hierarchy, the more scarred circles they had circling their thoat. My curiosity piqued, I began to eavesdrop on the merrymakers in the hopes of uncovering their secret. Finally, while acting as a foot rest one evening for longstanding CIA generals George H Bush and MK Ultra godfather Phil Lesh, I heard the Grateful Dead bassist mention that he was ready for a new body but couldn’t find time for the transplant due to his busy touring schedule. The former President suggested Mr. Lesh replace his stage presence with a hologram while he undergoes the surgery but Mr. Lesh retorted that without his physical presence on the tour, America’s hedonistic youth and baby boomers would be prey to non-CIA sanctioned LSD, mostly from the Israelis. It was a profitable and influential niche that the CIA dare not lose control of at this time. Mr. Bush agreed.

    So the secret was body transplants. That was what was keeping these evil men so fit for so long. Sometime later, while working in the Great North Woods as a cook, a former colleague from my Bohemian Grove days unexpectedly stopped into the diner. He was on the run after secretly photographing a tremendous mishap that occurred at Bohemian Grove after I departed. Apparently, as a result of the malfunctioning Haydron Collider, some of the body transplants were having difficulty keeping their heads attached to their shoulders. One night, while worshipping the Great Owl, some of the head transplants started ejecting from their bodies. It was a gruesome spectacle which my friend was able to catch on his I-phone, but fortunately for the Bohemian Grove management, most of the participants thought the de-headings were part of the celebration and possibly a tribute to their successful ISIS mercenaries and actors. My friend went so far as to try and sell the photographs to Alex Jones, but Alex Jones, who also has a ring of scars around his neck, was more interested in the heads themselves then he was for the pictures. Jones refused to pay cash for the pictures and offered only a discount on infowar products instead.

    I only hope that I have not endangered you all by telling this story.

    • Frankie Calcutta on March 24, 2015 at 9:56 am

      Regarding the gold nanotube fad in the making, keep in mind what happened to the Spaniards when they returned to Europe with their galleons laden with gold– it resulted in massive inflation which drove almost all of Spain’s industries out of the country and ultimately denied the country the backbone it needed to maintain an empire. Now imagine a starfleet coming across a planet where physical gold is as common as dandelions and a native populace oblivious to its worth and willing to part with it for a few baubles or maybe some easily manufactured inebriates (or more likely, a native populace lacking the firepower to stop the plunder or the medicine to quell the germ warfare). How would the merchant owners of the starflleet introduce such gold into the Earth economy at a price worthy of the cost and adventure to mine or steal it? I would start with a shrill chicken little campaign on television, radio and internet announcing the inherent value of gold and the necessity for all individuals to horde it. I would fake shortages by running a charade where different nations would theatrically demand their gold from other nations and lastly, I would give the media spotlight to clownish buffoons posing as artists who would bedeck themselves in gold in order to fuel the envy of their equally lame brained fan base. And when these tactics started to run their course, I would invent other tactics which would maintain gold’s value while the offshore gold is quietly dumped on the market. Gold as the best means for encasing radioactive fuel rods (a gold dome over Fukishima?) Gold as the greatest guarantee for your third world daughter’s dowry, and lastly, maybe gold as the secret to fighting cancer. Now everyone on the planet will clamor to be injected daily with gold nanotubes in the hopes of fighting off the cancer scourge that only started when the same merchants stripped the masses’ food supply of important minerals anyway.

      So are we looking at another scam to prod gold buying? My cynical guess would be yes. We may even live to see a day when our sewage is more valuable than our food supply and gold grubbing nitwits will be mining their toilet bowls and septic tanks for this recyclable wealth.

    • Archytype on March 24, 2015 at 2:27 pm

      You sound fake with your bohemian grove story.

      Of course Alex Jones of infowars would not pay you!

      You’re lucky he offered you discounted products!

      Never seen these ‘rings around there necks’ despite being a viewer of AJ and PrisonPlanet for nearly 10years.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 24, 2015 at 3:31 pm

      I’ve been having a bad case of the Frankie Calcutta jones.

      Your very first line had me laughing for a long time.
      …difficulty keep their heads attached…[LOL!]

      And a delicious coup de grace
      on top the Alex Jones just desserts.

      Great to see your presence, once again.

      • Guygrr on March 25, 2015 at 5:00 pm

        Wow another synchronicity. As I scrolled down this page I thought to myself, “hmm I wonder what shenanigans Frankie has been up to lately. I haven’t seen him post anything in a long while, maybe his bats**it crazy plan to impersonate some Israeli really worked.” Not two seconds later I see his name shining like a neon sign, inviting me into a dark underground comedy club that lies buried in some back alley. I can’t make this sh** up, it’s a true story.

        • Joseph P. Farrell on March 25, 2015 at 5:04 pm

          Just a reminder, lol, try to keep the language clean here.

        • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2015 at 5:44 pm


          Your “a dark underground comedy club” is apropos.
          The kind of place where a beatnik doublespeak for camera would be the world’s first “cloning” device[the power to duplicate nature as often and wherever one liked]. That photograph was to the visual experience what the printing press was to the written word.
          I mean this as a compliment to Frankie’s writing, as it reflects an insider’s knowledgeable intellect; delivering a LOL darkly humorous storylines.

          • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2015 at 5:52 pm

            …and keeps it relatively clean.

  9. Float Your Thoth on March 24, 2015 at 9:16 am

    The research seems like a Red herring to distract from some other nomothetic applications. The injected gold nano particles would help the body produce a metalloprotease or naturally occurring bacteria called collegenase which would cleave the cancer cells and destroy the tumor in short order -no radio frequency needed to be pumped through. (Therapeutic nanomedicine based on dual-intelligent functionalized gold nanoparticles for cancer imaging and therapy in vivo.

    Being a medical researcher, product developer and having a patent for collegenase myself I would strongly suspect that gold is just not a practical application. Other metals would be just as effective and much less expensive than gold. And you don’t need a gold nano tube to get the desired effects. And lastly coating the gold nanotubes with PSS to insure sterility makes no sense.

    That being said, I would make the following high octane speculations about gold nano tubels;

    -Hameroff’s assertion that the micro-tubules in neurons could have quantum effects on neuronal behavior, thus allowing the brain to behave as a quantum computer. ( I was present at the the Consciousness meeting this year and I can tell that neither Hameroff’s nor Roger penrose presentation went over to well. Many influential participants just don’t seem to be buying it)

    – The gold nanotube reminds me of the Nano tube structure of the fibers being found in the mystery skin disease called Morgellans , which are silicone based organic like structures that are highly reactive to electricity and radio frequencies. these are suspected coming from chemtrails.

    -Last and not least the philosopher’s stone or the Golden Calf made into mana or Egyptian book of the dead- mfkzt, white powdered gold believed to be used to enhance teleportation , levitation. Arizona Crop farmer David Hudson’s rare earth discovey.Warping space time. (Materials to make new little google gadgets for Ray?)

    Is Google in the Cancer cure business now or are they in the information consciousness business? – if you have the juice you can go where no other men are unless you are a disignated google superman.

    • Archytype on March 24, 2015 at 2:23 pm

      coating the gold nanotubes makes no sense indeed!

      Agreed, that seems a redundant thing to do unless there is a concern the gold will corrosde or oxidise in some way inside the body.

      And of course they want the gold nanotubes back after use, in pristine condition if possible!

  10. Guygrr on March 24, 2015 at 8:59 am

    “Rife, you’ll recall, claimed to have invented a microscope which, through special “tuning,” could see viruses “optically”.”

    Or it could see the viruses’ electromagnetic, acoustic or other subtle energy field. As I’m sure many here are aware, if this microscope imaged using methods of non public consumption physics it would further explain the suppression of said technology. This medical treatment is yet more evidence that the “new” physics is slowly being rolled out, which in turn would imply they have some means to control it’s proliferation.

  11. emlong on March 24, 2015 at 8:52 am

    “Miracle” that is.

  12. emlong on March 24, 2015 at 8:50 am

    Here is the real mircale elixir of our day – CBD oil.

    I highly recommend it, but advise that it be one of the full spectrum oils that include all of the plant’s original constituents sans THC.

    • Guygrr on March 24, 2015 at 9:02 am

      I can attest it helps calm the symptoms of excitotoxicity immensely.

      • Sandygirl on March 26, 2015 at 5:43 am

        I do wonder when they outlawed it back in the 30’s if they knew then of its cancer fighting benefits. Why did they also ban scientific research. But they really aren’t interested in cures, cancer is a huge revenue for them.

  13. marcos toledo on March 24, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Lets face it our elite parasite class wants to live forever. And make gizillions poisoning the rest of and (torturing)medicating the rest of us to death. And enjoying every nanosecond of our suffering while they line their already over stuff pockets with blood money.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 24, 2015 at 3:35 pm

      Once again your remarks are dead on the mark.

  14. moxie on March 24, 2015 at 8:39 am

    I’m also willing to bet that such life extending technology and others not mentioned, can produce more radical results (such as actually being able to maintain or renew a youthful physique).
    So, maybe the inbreeding is really to keep it (information/software) in the family. If not reanimation, then life extension it is..

  15. nines on March 24, 2015 at 8:09 am

    Anything at the nano scale penetrates cells and membranes. Plants, fruits, humans, other animals, soil, water, air, everything. Skin. You can’t target it, unless possibly you inject it straight into the tumor, but then when the tumor is gone, where are the nanotubules? All over. Even things that are good for you aren’t so good when they are nanoized, because they get into things where they’re not good.

    There are researchers who insist this is polymerizing our insides, and causing Morgellons.

    I don’t know, but the size of the particles dictates that it is not a safe thing. Yet don’t let that get in the way of gonzoing it out on us in every “ingenious” way….

  16. basta on March 24, 2015 at 7:44 am

    Yikes! What a world-class creep! Director of Engineering at Geobbles — oops! I meant ‘Google’…

    And what a creepy website! The article on his presentation of “Immortality via Singularity” to a class of seventh-graders is hair-raising, sick and twisted.

    Anyway, now these parasites are cashing in by doing a limited hangout, letting this therapy go public, to even further engorge themselves on the Cancer Gravy Train, because you can be sure it will only be available at extremely high cost.

    There are lots of other reported suppressed cancer cures out there that aren’t nearly as expensive, some cost ridiculously little, and you can bet the GMO farm those will never see the light of day.

  17. sagat1 on March 24, 2015 at 7:05 am

    What disturbs me most about this is the depravity of the elites if they truly do suppress work such as Rife’s simply to hoard it for themselves and have the added benefit of making profit out of other peoples suffering. I tend to side with the idea that there are medical techniques behind closed curtains that they deem the rest of humanity unworthy of. In which case, we’re going down that superiority complex meme again – do they truly believe that they’re divine?

    Nowadays we’re simply told by the msm that you now have a 1 in 2 chance of getting cancer (no discussion as to why the odds have exponentially jumped so move along and just accept your fate) the simple law of averages would dictate that certain elite families would eventually be inflicted by it – yet they aren’t. Generation after generation passes and they still seem to avoid it. Hmmm… How very strange.

    Anyone who has had to witness someone endure cancer will attest to its utter cruelty. To allow diseases such as this to take hold of people if there is a means of combatting it truly is evil. Now that’s what scares the heebie-jeebies out of me.

  18. Lost on March 24, 2015 at 6:46 am

    Seems mighty complicated and seems to assume that cancer is limited to the tumor or the “cancer” cells. So it’s a subtler variation of blast the tumor with energy and chemistry.

    Prioré, Lakhovsky, Reich and even Rife are about more than only a local tumor.

    Now I guess there could be some state of gold, influenced by a laser that could be healthy and indeed be directed also at specific tumors–and yes that could be a real benefit.

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