February 27, 2015 I ran a blog called CERN PHYSICIST AMIT GOSWAMI: WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT WE’RE DOING…, which, as many of you were klind enough to point out to me, came from one of the proliferating "satire" websites that are now popping up all over the place. Well, and with due apologies to Dr. Gotswami, I fell for it. Gotswami is one of my favorite "paradigm questioners" as he's one of those physicists increasingly questioning the merely materialist paradigm on which so much modern physics, and for that matter, modern biology, have been based. In any case, and again with apologies to Dr. Gotswami, I've been from the get-go unsettled about CERN's Large Hadron Collider, and what appears - to my amateur eyes at least - a track record of obfuscation. Yes we found the Higgs; no we didn't find the Higgs; maybe we found the Higgs, but we found some superluminal "things"; no we didn't find superluminal things because Pope Einstein said so; but whatever we found, maybe we should reconsider recasting all the equations of theoretical physics in dimensionless form; and oh, by the way, Hawking thinks maybe it's a good idea not to turn the thing back on because it might destroy the planet.

Well, as I stated in the above article, those two things - Hawking's warning and the dimensionless equation thing -  still leave me rather breathless, for it's probably the most significant indicator that maybe we're not being told the whole story by the good folks at Shiva-toting CERN. Maybe, maybe not, but last year you'll recall, China announced that it wanted to build an even larger version of CERN's Large Hadron Collider (see: China plans super collider). At the time of this announcement, and to this day, I entertain the idea that China has done so because it is perhaps suspicious of what CERN has been saying about what it is doing.

But as a commenter on my original CERN-Gotswami article pointed out, Europe is planning a new breed of truly awesome particle accelerators using enormous and extreme-ultra-high powered x-ray and perhaps even gamma ray lasers to probe the structures of atomic nuclei (among other things, which we'll get to in a moment), all of which is to be built in Romania:

World’s brightest laser pulses will create matter out of nothing – Prof. Wolfgang Sandner

EC approves funding for giant Romanian laser

Now, there are a number of things to note from the first article, and one thing to note from the second:

  1. The major spokesman for the project appears to be Dr Wolfgang Sandner;
  2. The lasers - Extreme Light Infrastructure - will generate more power than all the world's power stations combined, in short, extremely high intensity bursts, in the range of 100,000,000,000,000,000 watts of power;
  3. When focussed on material surfaces short bursts of time, the surface of materials "instantly" enters a plasma state;
  4. The Romanian laser facility will use these lasers in the gamma frequency of the spectrum, in other words, these lasers are actually "grazers", favorite plaything along with their less-powerful x-ray lasers of yesteryear's Star Wars or Strategic Defense initiative program; and finally,
  5. The purpose of all this laser-grazer-driven alchemy is to study matter under the extreme heat and pressure conditions of stars, and perhaps, says Dr. Sandner, to be able to accelerate much heavier particles than conventional accelerators and perhaps even to create electron positrons (i.e., anti-matter) "out of nothing" using nothing but light.

And to this, add one more tidbit, noted by the second article: "The light source for the Romanian facility is expected to comprise at least two “Apollon” type Ti: sapphire lasers, each capable of 10 PW power levels using the chirped-pulse amplification technique pioneered at the University of Rochester in the 1980s."(Emphasis added).

Now, the mention of sapphires here is perhaps mildly curious, since sapphires also figured heavily into Soviet experiments using them to detect gravity waves, which physics historian Nick Herbert wrote about, and which I mentioned in my very first book in alternative speculation, The Giza Death Star.

What all this adds up to is, I suspect, something profoundly disturbing, and my commentator on the original CERN article that I posted on Feb 27, 2015, mentioned the possibility: could we (in our high octane speculation of the day) be looking at the public face of a super-weapons project? After all, researching matter under such intense conditions, even creating anti-matter, using grasers, is an indicator that the methods of creating reusable x-ray and gamma ray lasers, the problem that daunted the 1980s "Star Wars" project, has been solved to some degree. And note also, that the power output of these lasers is of quasi-class one category in the Kardashev scale, i.e., power is being produced exceeding the output of the planet's powerplants. And I suspect the reader will also have thought the same thing I thought: if these lasers can be used to create plasmas and even anti-matter, then perhaps they can be used to create anti-matter for total annihilation-reactions with matter, i.e., for disintegration in the "classic ray gun" sense. Scale up these research possibilities into something even more powerful and then put it into space with the requisite power source and you have... well... potentially something that could dustify the errant asteroid... add to this those 1960s Air Force proposals (or for that matter, the recent Japanese proposals to turn the MOON into a microwave generating powerplant to beam "power" back to the Earth) for microwave satellites collecting power and beaming them to (uninhabitable) regions on the planet where it would be collected in "rectennae" and converted to electrical power... The bottom line here is that the technology exists, and is going to be built. Thus, the real problem is, have they already been built, and to much larger scales? I'll leave you to answer that one for yourself, but for my part, I have a very uneasy intuition about the answer to that question, and I needn't mention what that intuition is...

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. DownunderET on March 14, 2015 at 2:40 pm

    What I want to know is, who is footing the bill for this mega “OP”. Colliders don’t come cheap, and once again Qui Bono, who gets the good stuff, “IF”, they find anything. I’ll bet humanity will get ZIP, and the spoils go to the victorious. Can anybody say “black op’ here???

  2. basta on March 14, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    “World’s brightest laser pulses will create matter out of nothing”

    It’s the Federal Reserve of particle physics!

    • Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2015 at 12:49 pm

      Loved it!

  3. DanaThomas on March 14, 2015 at 10:55 am

    This is part of the ELI – European Extreme Light Infrastructure.
    Curiously, about a year ago the term “Death Star” was mentioned in connection with these super lasers. Not just in places like the Daily Mail, but even on a website actually associated with the ELI project. Perhaps a not-so-oblique way of referring to the bellicose applications they are not discussing in public:

  4. marcos toledo on March 14, 2015 at 10:16 am

    Howard the Duck movie ring a bell how about this could be a front for revival for the NAZI BELL project. Then there the possibility our scientist are just beginning to reveal they can make limitless amounts of anti-matter the holy grail of power for Star Trek-Star Wars- Battlestar Galactica-C57D interstellar propulsion. In the Howard the Duck movie Howard must destroy the machine that brought him to our alternate time line to prevent our timeline from being invaded by serpentine demons and maroon himself in our parallel world to save ours and his worlds.

  5. moxie on March 14, 2015 at 9:10 am

    Here’s something funny, the LHC resembles something in the Vatican..among other things in that place that have “meanings” and “representations”.

  6. Aridzonan_13 on March 14, 2015 at 8:58 am

    These uber facilities and their true purposes are not for public discussion. IMO, they have a cover story that they feed us and they stick to it. The PTB have spent oodles of our money so that these mega structures can make them even more wealthy.. How dangerous they are is anyones guess. However, the fact that they are using ever increasing levels of mega power. Does concern me.. Let’s hope there is some competent adult off world supervision.

  7. Ramura on March 14, 2015 at 8:47 am

    Well, at the risk of going WAY out on the limb, I find the choice of Romania fascinating, due to an alternative book I have that is allegedly a true story of Dr. David Anderson (of time travel fame) going to Romania and discovering a time capsule there with a portal/connection to one under Giza. The US guvmint steps in and much is covered up. But they found ancient artifacts and many weird things.

    [snip] “A mysterious scientist by the name of David Anderson made an eventful trip to Romania in 1999. Dr. Anderson, who is credited by the U.S. government as having developed advanced time-warp field technology, established diplomatic connections on this trip to Romania where he also set up an advanced research facility dedicated to studying the mathematics of time travel.”

    [snip from Transvlvanian Moonrise, the sequel to “Sunrise”] “In August of 2003, a mysterious and unprecedented collaboration of American and Romanian military troops conducted an expedition beneath the Romanian Sphinx in the Bucegi Mountains and uncovered the greatest archeological find of all time: a mysterious chamber some 50,000 years old with holographic technology that is beyond man’s wildest dreams.”

    • Ramura on March 14, 2015 at 9:19 am

      I keep forgetting weblinks don’t “open” here, like they do in Facebook. The url doesn’t look right, either. So what I was trying to post was:

      “Transylvanian Sunrise,” 2009 Radu Cinamar with Peter Moon: and

      “Transylvanian Moonrise: A Secret Initiation in the Mysterious Land of the Gods,” 2011 (same authors):

    • Ramura on March 14, 2015 at 9:39 am

      Oh, and did I mention the skeletons of giants? The visit by Black Nobility? The SRI connection? Here is someone who seems to have done a good overview (with maps, diagrams) of the story, including what other underground sites it allegedly connects to:

      • Guygrr on March 14, 2015 at 9:57 am

        Wouldn’t surprise if there are ruins in Romania… Bosnian Pyramids part 2

      • Lost on March 14, 2015 at 10:43 am

        Always good to question the event if the Montauk Project types are saying “we’re in on this”.

        And they are.

        • Ramura on March 15, 2015 at 7:47 am

          I know. I don’t put a lot of credibility around Peter Moon, either. But I find it fascinating that David Anderson, who created Anderson Time Institute ( and who keeps “going dark” for years at a time…has never apparently sued Peter Moon or Radu Cinamar for using his name in their “Transylvania” books about a time capsule.

          That alone makes me go “hmmmmm…..”

      • marcos toledo on March 14, 2015 at 11:04 am

        Thanks for the link Ramura more embarrassing information our dorky elites are trying to hide pathetic fools.

  8. Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2015 at 8:24 am

    “Why, sometime I believed as many as
    six impossible things before breakfast.”

    -Lewis Carroll Through The looking glass things before breakfast

    • Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2015 at 10:32 am

      In The Max Keiser Report today,
      the second half has Robert Steele as a guest,
      and he provides an antidote to
      “through the looking glass syndrome”.

      First half is also very good as China Russia
      continue to unravel the U.S. dollar reserve status.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2015 at 12:46 pm

      And/or, for those of you who want to stay in Wonderland,
      take the Fitt’s red pill w/the Dark Journalist[2:14:57]

      • Ramura on March 15, 2015 at 7:50 am

        Thanks, Robert!

        • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2015 at 8:29 am

          Your welcome.

  9. Lost on March 14, 2015 at 6:04 am

    It’s already possible to create matter out of “nothingness”.

    It’s one of the reasons the ORMUS types, Cold Fusion researchers, and Wilhelm Reich are so upsetting to establishment “hard science” types. John Keely too.

    And of course there are big examples of at least some material bonds being reoriented into nothingness–March 2011 (Japan) and Sept 2001 (New York City).

    It sure looks like some party has figured out how to take matter apart on a massive scale, and outside of a particle accelerator, laser or otherwise.

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