Now, as you know, I seldom reference videos in my blogs, if only for the reason I have little to no time to watch them, but when Mr. L.G.LR sent this one, I not only sat up and took notice at the title and who was doing it, but I sat up and took notice yet again when I saw what was being done and suggested.
Readers of my books and listeners of various interviews, or for that matter, regular readers of my blogs, will recall that I have stated on a number of occasions that certain family lines would be greatly interested in using the genome studies and advances in sequencing to search for any confirmation of the "old stories" and the possibilities that their families are genetically connected to them. In short, they are, as I've argued, interested in confirming those stories and the possible relationship of their families to them. In my book The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts, I went so far as to speculate that the horrific ancient technologies might have been biometrically based or activated. The implication here is that if that be the case, and any of those technologies were ever recovered, then activating them would require the requisite biometric signature, and thus one might have yet another hidden motivation for such genetic researches on the part of certain old families.

Which brings us to the Sinclair/St. Clair clan, a surname not without its own variegated connections to stories of ancient bloodlines, esoteric knowledge, Templar treasures, secret voyages, and so on. I was completely unaware of this project until Mr. L.G.LR brought it to my attention, though as will become self-evident, this project appears to have been underway for some time, but because of its obvious and intrinsic relationship to the types of topics covered on this website, it would be remiss of me not to bring it to everyone's attention. Trust me folks, you'll want to watch this six and a half or so minutes of video:


Now, I certainly don't begrudge this old family from wanting to understand its origins by means of modern techniques, given all that has been said about them in various alternative media and books. What I find remarkably interesting, however, is that the study is what I long ago speculated it would be: an interdisciplinary effort combining the latest sequencing techniques, records and texts (insofar as they were available), family lore and traditions, and, perhaps, a little willingness to speculate. Given the recent announcement of companies such as google making home DNA-testing kits available, or the easily-searched "ancestry" websites with their own offers of DNA testing, it would appear - here comes the high octane speculation - that indeed there is a delieberately-driven "push" to gather huge DNA databases.

One can, of course, speculate on all the obvious reasons why the elites would be interested in compiling such databases: they would be invaluable for genetically based therapies, or conversely, for bio-weapons research, for social engineering and population movement studies, for historical reconstruction of human pre-history, and so on and so forth. But they would also - let us be honest and crawl way out on the end of the twig of speculation - be invaluable to confirm "those ancient stories", family traditions and lore, and invaluable to track, if one suspected such a thing were possible, any human-looking but non-homo sapiens sapiens population on earth.

High octane speculations? Wild and crazy notions? To be sure.

But what is most interesting with the effort of the Sinclair/St Clair clan to trace its origins, is the fact that now, finally, we have absolute confirmation that at least one of those prominent and old families, one of the elite families of the Middle Ages, is in fact engaged in precisely the effort that I have suggested all along might have been a hidden motivation in the genome project to begin with. As such, the probability that other such families might have been doing this covertly is also raised. In the meantime, we wish the Sinclairs every success; their story, like all of our stories, are written in their genes, and we hope that in reading it, we learn something of ourselves as well, entangled as their family has been, with significant events in western culture and history.

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. DTressure on March 20, 2015 at 3:28 pm

    Will be following this research closely because my family is connected to the Sinclairs of Rossyln!

  2. Guygrr on March 9, 2015 at 1:50 pm

    Woooo like button haha. I’m thinking these days that the DNA testing meme is also intertwined with the emerging widespeead rate of infection the world over. I mean it’s possible they are testing the population to figure out just what the (heck) is going on with that. Trying to assess how much of the population has been affected by this multi pathogen assault that they’ve either engineered themselves or that is coming from somewhere else. Is it possible that they are trying to isolate the blood lines to try and find a cure? Started reading Transhumanism and my head is swimming. Fighting off these infections myself, I’m finally to the point that my being is returning to me. My question is now, who stole it and why?

  3. DanaThomas on March 9, 2015 at 3:43 am

    In case you’ve missed this, y chromosome genetic research is actually under way to trace what they assume from the start to be the Sumerian descent of the “Marsh Arabs” of Iraq. (free download).

  4. Sandygirl on March 8, 2015 at 6:03 pm

    So what do they win, they have ruined planet earth. To rule over the Moran millions on another planet? The Sinclair man in the video does not look like he’s had a carefree happy day in his life. Can you imagine the stress. It sure seems things are speeding up.

    • Guygrr on March 9, 2015 at 1:53 pm

      I agree Sandy. This guy is flat and emotionless. He’s definitely one of those PTB sociopaths we’re so fond of.

  5. MxFusion on March 8, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    Just how much wealth does the “Sinclair/ST. Clair” clan have? A quick search on the Internet didn’t turn up any info.

    Are they in the Billionaire class or only multi-millionaires, if that? Are they members of the European oligarchic elite with real political and financial power, or just another well-do-do family riding on a famous historical name?

    Maybe someone here has some answers.

  6. WalkingDead on March 8, 2015 at 3:16 pm

    The elites are looking for any scrap of “evidence” they can find or misinterpret to indicate they have a “god given right” to rule the planet. The will apply whatever “science” they need to get their proof. When they believe they have found it, we may just finally get that “disclosure” everyone seems to think we need.
    If you go by definition, God, gods, angels, Satan, Lucifer, demons, powers, principalities, our genetic cousins, or any other species that might happen to be out in the universe or other dimensions are all extra terrestrials; therefore, disclosure occurred somewhere in the distant past about the time Adam and Eve were created. We have known we are not alone our entire existence. Whether or not any of them are hanging around planet earth was also answered in the distant past.
    All of this information was recorded in the ancient texts, including the Bible. What they are actually looking for may be proof that they are the descendants of the “Watchers”. This may be how “kingship” was lowered to earth by the “gods”.
    There is an old saying: “Some would rather rule in Hell, than serve in Heaven”. I’m pretty sure the fallen ones believe this, as it is the only option left to them due to their actions. The same would apply to any of their descendants. The souls of the Nephilim were bound to the earth along with their parents. If they can establish a lineage that far back, that tells us a great deal about them and their plans for ruling the earth, and it wont be pretty. It wasn’t back then and it wont be in the present or the future.
    These people have spent the entire history of this planet on this plan, they have had many setbacks over the course of time, but they keep plugging away at it, gaining ground little by little. Now that they have most of the modern world fluoridated into docility and mind controlled buy the MSM and idiot box, these plans have been accelerated to the point it’s blatantly obvious to anyone who can think for themselves.
    Do I think ET’s are visiting the earth, of course; are they what we are lead to believe they are; I have my doubts…

  7. DownunderET on March 8, 2015 at 1:57 pm

    Lets cut to the chase here, what’s going on is none other than a connection by DNA to someone long ago. Now everyone’s family goes way back, so why is one family going to “extreme” lengths to find their ancestors?
    IF, you could trace your DNA to someone in ancient Mesopotamia, then that would be a signal to what science does not want to discuss, aka the Enuma Elish and the creation of man by a race of “genetic cousins”.
    If this could be absolutely “proved”, then I’m afraid all religions just got monkey hammered. This is the biggest story of the human race and the Universe rit large, and has been covered up over the centuries by a group of elites who, by “their” linage, want to keep the story “alive” to further their agenda. Don’t forget the bankers in Venice were originally from Caldea and once you’ve said that, then your dealing with a group of elites who are linked to probably the Sumerian kings list. Dr. Heather Lynn was researching a recent dig in Iraq, and BINGO, who did she find who was financing the dig, was none other than the Thyssen family, one of the oldest European royal families. The crunch here is “where did Kings and Queens come from originally”, answer…….drum roll….the Sumerian kings list, ie they were the first in a long line of elites, and there is where the secret started, and continued today.

  8. Robert Barricklow on March 8, 2015 at 1:21 pm

    …In the end
    it will all be commoditized and sold…

  9. Enlil's a Dog on March 8, 2015 at 10:25 am

    The ‘St Clair’ family name is rumoured to be the longest surviving family name in France.

    As I’m not a Genealogist I don’t know for sure whether it is or not, but it is something that was told to me 20 years or more ago when I was visiting the country.

  10. marcos toledo on March 8, 2015 at 9:50 am

    Given that anyone who has read HOLY BLOOD HOLY GRAIL and the Sinclair family relationship with Jesus of Nazareth family this should prove interesting. Then we have the ancestry of the majority of the people of Israel who how call themselves Hebrews is being questioned due to DNA tests. Then there is the use of DNA to find out the ancestry and when and from where the Americas was settled by the Turtle Islanders and whether the primate species is native to the Americas or from Afro-Eurasia. And are the Solutrians are the ancestors or descendants of the Clovis people of the Americas. These are just a few cans or worms that will be opened by DNA tests we do live in interesting times.

    • marcos toledo on March 8, 2015 at 9:54 am

      Correction can of worms not can or worms my mistake.

  11. Robert Barricklow on March 8, 2015 at 8:46 am

    Looks like…

    “the devil is in the details”

    needs to be update to…?

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