Last week, you'll recall, I blogged about the article in RT complaining about spy satellites disguised as space junk that - in the unusual phrase of RT - was "space affiliated." It seems to be a meme that is being pushed. And that brings us to today's set of articles, shared by various readers, which, when considered together, and with my previous blogs on space junk, add up to a very strange and puzzling picture. Consider, first, this article shared by Mr. N.T:

What NASA Accidentally Caught On Film Outside Of The Space Station Is Chilling

Now, the important little bit of information, as the article itself implies, is that one explanation for the somewhat strange "thing" seen on the video is that it is "space junk":

"The logical explanation here is that the UFO in question is just a piece of space junk. It could also be one of two resupply vehicles that were servicing the ISS at the time. However, according to NASA, both of the resupply ships were docked at the space station when this video was taken. So maybe it really is a UFO, after all"


But calling something "space junk" in the aftermath of the RT article about spy satellites disguised as space junk is no longer quite the dismissive phrase that it used to be, especially since RT made it "clear" that the spy satellites-cum-space-junk were "state affiliated." Now, put that one on the shelf for a moment, and then consider this article, from 2013, shared by Ms. K.M.:

Researchers Want to Blast Space Junk Out of Orbit With a Laser From ISS

The headline says it all: some people want to put a laser weapon on the International Space station to blast such "space junk" from the skies. Now, as if that's not enough, Mr. M.D. shared these articles from 2011, articles reminiscent of the recent deal between the German space agency and an American company to go out and "grab and snab" that "space junk":

DARPA Wants to Recycle Space Junk Into New Satellites

How to Clean Up Space Junk: DARPA's Orbital Catcher's Mitt

As Mr. M.D. put it in his email, and as many of you have probably already guessed, if one suspected that some of this "space junk" was spy satellites with, as RT put it, a "state affiliation," then a perfect way to camouflage a "retrieval" operation of "grab and snab" would be to disguise it as a recovery and "environmentally friendly" recycling effort.

When one puts all this together with what we blogged about last week, an interesting scenario, one in line with our trademark high octane speculation, begins to emerge, having the following components:

  1. There are spy satellites disguised as space junk in orbit around the Earth;
  2. As was seen last week, these satellites have become a concern to Russia, the US, and Japan;
  3. The origin of these satellites appears to be in question, since the Russians referred to them as "state affiliated," raising the following possibilities as to what the meaning of 'affiliation" might be:
    1. they might be corporate satellites with a corporation doing heavy business with a particular nation-state;
    2. they might be satellites of an organization heavily associated by ties of history, culture, or economy, with a nation-state;
    3. they might be satellites of some extraterrestrial origin having an "affiliation" with a particular nation-state (Black Knight satellite?);
  4. The Japanese earlier suggested putting laser weapons on the space station to destroy "space junk";
  5. recent EVAs on the space station (extra-vehicular activities) jave captured the presence of "something," either a UFO, or "space junk"(which suggests a spy satellite) monitoring those activities;
  6. both DARPA and the German Space agency have proposed grab and snab technologies to "recover" and "recycle" space debris, which could be a convenient cover story for the recovery of technology, in order to determine the level of technology and possibly its real origin.

These considerations, plus the possibility that vast amounts of money in the form of "electronic liquidity" are going off planet, suggest that something huge is taking place right about our heads, one affecting the policy decisions of major powers regarding space, and one perhaps having huge financial implications.

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. rich overholt on April 29, 2015 at 8:24 pm

    Gotta use up the youtube gigs before everything changes.

    ” I know engineers. They just love to change things.” ~ Dr. Leonard H. McCoy ( Starring, DeForest Kelley )

    From, ” Star Trek: The Movie “.

  2. rich overholt on April 29, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    This little tune just about puts it all into focus. Hah!

  3. jedi on April 28, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    malformed code having a bad day..

  4. Robert Barricklow on April 28, 2015 at 3:02 pm

    I’ll take what’s behind door #3c.

  5. DownunderET on April 28, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    How do you tell the space junk from the “operational and working” satellites? and what if some country “knocked out” an operational satellite belonging to some other country, is it just an “oops” moment.
    They keep telling us that there is just too much space junk up there and we have to go up there and get rid of it. Well space is a pretty big area, and so what’s the problem here?
    Well the problem may be that in order to do what space satellites do, they have to be “positioned” in the right place, and maybe if you want to put up your satellite, where somebody else’s satellite IS, then call it junk and zap that puppy. Er, Houston we have a problem !!!

  6. moxie on April 28, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    From an interview of Peter Lavenda:

    “If we don’t characterize the economic situation as a purely economic situation, I think we can see more clearly what’s taking place…We’re fighting the same war using economics, a different approach to the same type of general control being exerted over the world…If we’re talking about manipulation of the world economy, it’s because we’re being prepared for something else..It’s not srtictly to make some people rich at the expense of others, that’s been going on forever. We don’t need to collapse the world economy to do that. So, if a collapse is being engineered, it’s to create a set of circumstances conducive to another phase of action which has nothing to do with the economy. “

  7. marcos toledo on April 28, 2015 at 10:36 am

    A nice cover for stealing other nations technology god knows what DARPA thinks it will find among the space debris. Well they do thinks the old fashion way they steal what they want.

  8. loisg on April 28, 2015 at 10:31 am

    If this “something” whether a UFO or “space junk” is monitoring activities on the ISS, then it’s safe to say that the US and Russia, along with most other nation states, are not the entities behind this. But it seems to me that most covert groups would not need to resort to these tactics either, as they seem to be deeply embedded in the organizations involved. So, unless there is some group that is not part of this breakaway civilization that is working from within the present nation states that would also have the capability of doing this, then for me that leaves us with something off world, whatever or whomever that may be.

  9. Aridzonan_13 on April 28, 2015 at 10:06 am

    The pallet of Earth orbiting devices could be beyond our color vision. Where off world civs could probably deploy satellites that would be beyond our capabilities to detect. The Break Away component is ~75 – 150 years ahead of the rest of us. My guess is, that this is just another way to prevoke the BRICSA and to militarize another theatre. The MIC is now pan-global. Where they make money on both sides of every conflict.

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