This one happened a couple of weeks ago, but in the context of some other stories, and rising tensions between the US and its satrapies, and the BRICSA bloc, especially Russia (and China), this story may be hugely important.

US military satellite explodes above Earth

Now, curiously, the Daily Telegraph is silent about exactly where the satellite was above the surface of the Earth when it had its sudden "heat spike," and that omission, to my mind, raises some red flags. Of course, sudden heat spikes in satellites, especially old ones, might occur if there was some sort of equipment malfunction, and for the moment, that is more or less what we're being carefully guided to believe. But then there was this article that was shared with me by a number of readers here:

New Chinese electromagnetic weapon may paralyze US air defense: expert

China achieves breakthrough in pulse weapons technology

Now, note that the date of the explosion of the satellite was March 3, and that the dates of the articles concerning China's x-ray pulse weapon were Feb 14th and Feb 4th respectively. Now, set that aside for the moment, and ponder this article:

Britain cites option of cutting Russia from SWIFT banking

(I guess we now know who's really calling the shots at SWIFT).

And finally, this:

ECB Warns UK: Excluding Russia From SWIFT "Could Undermine Confidence In The Whole System"

Those last two articles were dated Feb 25thm and 26th respectively.

Let us also recall, in this context, Mr. Xi Jinping's recent statements that China backs Russia solidly in its position on the Ukraine crisis. Now add it all up, and an intriguing, and to my mind highly suggestive, sequence of events emerges:

  1. There is an article on China's new x-ray pulse weapon on Feb 4th;
  2. This is followed by another, more in depth article in Feb 14th;
  3. On February 25th, Great Britain warns Russia that it might press to remove Russian access from the SWIFT system of international financial clearing;
  4. On February 26th, the European Central Bank in Frankfurt-am-Main warns Britain that that removing Russian access to SWIFT could "undermine confidence in the whole system" (raising questions as to why that should even be the case); and then, finally,
  5. On March 3, 2015, an obsolescent US military weather satellite mysteriously "heats up" and then explodes.

All this brings us to today's high octane speculation:

Obviously, the Chinese x-ray pulse weapon could conceivably, though with great difficulty, be scaled up to the point of perhaps being able to take out an obsolescent US military satellite from the ground (or, again, with some difficulty, from a space-based platform). Exposure to such an x-ray weapon would, of course, generate sudden spikes of heat if that exposure were prolonged over time. Moreover, what China has, we may assume that the Russians also have, in some form or version. The Russians, partcularly during the Soviet era, were well known to have been working on similar types of directed energy weapons, not only for missile defense but for anti-satellite capability. Now as has been repeatedly emphasized on this site, international financial clearing (and reserve currency status) has traditionally been in the hands of those powers with the largest and most powerful navies, that can protect their trade and the mechanisms and routes of financial clearing. Translated into modern terms, that means not only navies in the traditional sense to protect underwater cables, but space assets able to communicate electronically, and that - like it or not - implies space and/or ground based assets to protect them.

And then, an obsolescent American military satellite, of no real value militarily, nor a part of that system of international clearing, suddenly heats up, and explodes.

My conclusion and high octane speculation? Well, as many of you who sent the articles about the Chinese x-ray pulse weapon yourselves suggested, this may have been a message, not only from China, but from Russia (and by extension, the whole BRICSA bloc?) that the space assets needed for international financial clearing are at risk, and that the Anglosphere might want to carefully reconsider excluding Russian access to SWIFT. In any case, whether the satellite was a victim of a weapons test-cum-message-and-demonstration remains to be seen, but the mere existence of that Chinese capability is a reminder that the West does not have a monopoly on exotic weapons. And it's also a reminder that those space-based assets for international financial clearing will have to be protected. And that means, like it or not folks, that weapons - exotic ones, and perhaps even strategically destructive ones - will inevitably make their way into space, if they haven't already.

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. Guygrr on March 16, 2015 at 7:48 pm

    Well with NATO/US proclaiming that troops, tanks and artillery are massing on the Ukraine’s borders, followed by France and Germany calling them out on their lies, it’s entirely possible the US blew up their own sattelite as a false flag/”let’s blame Russia in order to start a war” attack.

  2. DownunderET on March 16, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Shades of the 1956 Sci-Fi movie “The Forbidden Planet”. Ray guns, robots, and as always a bad guy. Seems the Krell were some smart dudes, with all the power of the Universe and able to increase their mental capabilities, hummm sounds familiar.
    Space is the next frontier and whoever gets a handle on it wins, oh wait, there are some players who may “think” they own it, but it seems some other players disagree. Just like the missing planet where the asteroid belt is now, it’s highly unlikely that modern satellites just spontaneously blow up, eh I could be wrong.

    • Margaret on March 16, 2015 at 3:52 pm

      Those tempting headlines! Caveat lector once again folks. This one – Russia Warns “State Of War” Exists As UK Nukes Prepare First Strike – is starting to make the rounds … it originated March 14 from major disinfo site ‘What does it mean’ maintained by ‘internet hoax queen’ Sorcha Faal (alias of David Booth). As usual, the article leads with disinfo headline and intro, followed by links to recent news articles to lend it credibility. The hoax article is posted to another site maintained by Booth/Faal, The European Union Times, where it’s picked up as fact and spread like a bad virus to other news sites such as BIN. Follow the trail back to source. I consider anything showing up on BIN to be more sensational than reliable.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 16, 2015 at 4:11 pm

        Thanks for clueing us in…

        That this can be taken seriously, speaks for itself.

  3. nobodyouwantoknow on March 16, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    I often explode satellites as test targets for my stereo resonator. No high-power lasers or the like are required — just a simple, low-tech torsion field generator ( 2, actually, though 3+ are better yet ) projected through reversed telescopes according to the coordinates of the orbits ( available online @ No precise targeting is necessary — I merely establish a scalar field in the orbital path and wait for the satellite to arrive…

    You can do it too ! Download the free schematics at ww3[dot]

  4. basta on March 16, 2015 at 11:12 am

    Last I’ve read, Russia in the end was offered a seat on the board of directors of SWIFT, giving a big nose-thumbing to the ZioCon Cabal–and reflecting Russia’s importance to SWIFT’s operations, as they are among the top, if not the leading, users of the system. (Which leads one to wonder, at the what point will these psychopaths realize they are only shooting themselves in the foot?)

    As for that old satellite going boom… Well, do satellites just explode like that? I doubt it, unless they have lithium batteries or are operated by Malaysian Airlines (or both).

    So it probably was a message, though I assume the next one to explode will be of a more recent vintage, if the message has not been taken to heart.

  5. Anthroposophe on March 16, 2015 at 9:33 am

    One correction: the satellite exploded February 3 this year, so it would be at the start of the chronology of events. I think there was a lag before the USAF acknowledged the event:

    “That is a heavily used orbit for polar-orbiting weather satellites, with U.S. civil, European, Russian and Chinese spacecraft in orbit providing services similar to the mission of DMSP-F13.

    Satellite-tracking analysts were the first to notice the event in the days and weeks following the explosion.

    But the Air Force’s silence until weeks after the event should not be considered abnormal or problematic, said Holger Krag, head of the European Space Agency’s Space Debris Office, located at the agency’s space operations center in Darmstadt, Germany.”

    – See more at:

  6. marcos toledo on March 16, 2015 at 9:31 am

    The CSA and UK have put themselves between the Charybdis and the Scylla and Russia and China and quite willing to play the part of these two nemesis. Or are the CSA-UK allowing themselves to be lured to their doom by the songs of the Sirens.

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 16, 2015 at 8:34 am

    This should be one turkey shoot they don’t want escalating.
    Of course, the players in this shoot-out/in the wide open spaces of O.K. Space Corral, might have more than just the historical well known actors.
    What if some unknown entity enters the fray shooting?
    Pretending to be?

    There are even those that dream of a cargo full of rock exploding into all kinds of orbiting projectiles.
    What then happens to Earp Inc. & the Daltons?

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