In case you haven't noticed lately, the news about space has been... well, strange, and there has been also an unusual pattern to it (well, at least in my opinion). There have been the usual articles about budget matters, goals, mission protocols, new technologies... all the usual and bland stuff. Yet, there have been articles that, notwithstanding the attempt to dress them up in the clothes of ordinary "calm discourse," seem rather odd, and which cast an odd shadow or strange presence in the whole proceeding. It's like finding one of Wagner's Valkyrie in full costume in the middle of a Mozart opera. And so, this article, submitted by Ms. P.H. - who also noticed the incongruity posed by the context - raises certain questions within the context of our previous week's blogs about that strange article from Russia Today (RT), and its very strange phrasing about finding spy satellites disguised as space junk that were "state affiliated."

It was a curious turn of phrase, in my opinion, and though some people who read that blog thought that I was parsing things too closley and reading too much into it, I still maintain my position. The Russians could have said that the satellites-cum-space-junk "belonged to an unnamed nation" or "a nation we choose not to disclose at present." Instead, they used a highly suggestive turn of phrase: the satellites-cum-space-junk were only "state affiliated," leaving one to guess "what state" and "what's the nature of the affiliation: corporate? religious? or even, perhaps, 'allied with'?"

Now Ms. P.H. has shared this article with us, again, from the English language journal Sputnik:

Search for Extraterrestial Life Included in Russian Space Program

On its face, there's absolutely nothing unusual about the Russians (or anyone else with a space program) budgeting money to search for extra-terrestrial life. But in the context of "state affiliated" spy satellites-cum-space junk, the article raises certain questions. As Ms. P.H. put it in her email to me, "is ET code for state affiliation?" In other words, might the Russians be looking, not for ET, but for whoever they suspect is behind the "space junk spy satellites"? Or, (logically just a plausible), could "state affiliation" be code for "ET", perhaps "affiliated" with or "allied with" a particular terrestrial nation? Either way one reads it, we now have to address a peculiarity in the Sputnik article itself. It begins by establishing the context: a search for extraterrestrial life:

"MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Projects for searching for extraterrestial life forms, studying climate changes on Earth, and defining the level of threat from dangerous comets and asteroids have been included in Russia’s space program for 2016-2025, according to a copy of the Federal Space Program’s document."

Notably, this search for extraterrestrial life forms occurs almost in the same breath as "climate change" and "dangerous comets and asteroids," (can you say Dr. Carol Rosin?), and this raises, behind the normal way of reading such a list, the possibility that the three issues are connected in the Russians' mind. Of course, that's high octane speculation, so forget, for the moment, that I said it.
But then, notice the very next paragraph, which follows the first:
Projects will include sending satellites and interplanetary laboratories into orbit around Mars and Earth’s moon.

Now, again, if this statement had occurred on its own, there would be nothing unusual about it. What is unusual about it is that the Russians have stated that their search for extraterrestrial life, study of climate change, and snooping for dangerous asteroids and comets, is to be partly accompllished by sending satellites and "interplanetary laboratories into orbit around Mars and the Moon." Ponder that statement carefuly in the context of a "search for extraterrestrial life". And how would parking satellites and "laboratories" in orbit around the Moon and - even more to the point, Mars - to study climate change be beneficial. Of course, one can invent all sorts of easy "plausible" sounding "scientific" explanations (oh, we want to discover Mars' past climate change to learn what we might expect on Earth, &c &c). In the final analysis, it seems a long way to go just to get a weather forecast.
Now, I can hear the objection here: Farrell, you're parsing things too closely, and reading too much into it. Perhaps I am. But that's what we do here, we parse things closely, for the essence of reading texts is precisely to follow all possibilities, including subtle or strange ones, suggested by the context, and here, the context is, to my mind, quite strange. Clever word smiths use context in such fashion to send messages all the time, which can only be discerned by close reading and the willingness to parse things subtly. And here, the context is strange: searches for ET, and dangerous comets, and climate change, immediately followed by a statement that this will be accomplishe by orbiting satellites around the Moon and Mars. Add this, to last week's article about 'state affiliated" spy satellites as space junk, and Russia is sending very strange messages indeed.(To see the difference of contexts and text, compare Sputnik's reporting, with the much blander version of The Moscow Times: Russia's Space Agency Has Ambitious Plans to Find Aliens. But even here, all the ambitions occur under the headline and in the context of a "search for aliens," again suggesting the possibility that climate change, asteroids, and aliens might be linked in the Russians' mind.) Now, Russia may not be sending messages at all; but then again, they might; and it is that last possibility, with all its implications, that means we need to keep a close eye on space news, and parse it, not only for its ordinary meanings, but for any suggestion that subtler intentions might be present.
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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. DanaThomas on April 30, 2015 at 2:39 am

    Russian space “glitch”

  2. rich overholt on April 29, 2015 at 7:50 pm

  3. NoGreyAliens on April 27, 2015 at 4:31 pm

    Don’t know if you guys have seen this yet. But the Russians are now showing satellite pics…of some US spy satelite. Is this connected to all the mystery satellite statements? If so …they are formally say it is the USA’s and here is a pic. Check out the title and link to Zerohedge.

    “Russia Deploys Tactical Drones In The Arctic, Exposes Rarely-Seen US Spy Satellite Images”

    Russian satellite tracking facility in Siberia has produced rarely-seen photographs of a U.S. intelligence satellite.

  4. yankee phil on April 27, 2015 at 1:50 am

    So the Russians finally saw Richard Hoaglands 2013 curiosity lecture and the picture of the sport shoe left on the surface of Mars by ????. I hope we can discover life off of our own planet before they meet the Nazi’s in space. Its my fear the exterrestials meet Gehlens boys and after diagnosing their Nazi opinions and beliefs,decide to wipe out the human race as a menace to galactal society at large.

  5. Sophia on April 26, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    Huge counter INFO OPS statement. Mars and Moon are two of Richard Hoagland’s main bodies for archeological ruins. The message is an implied threat to expose the non-disclosure / suppression of facts. Might be a way of “suggesting” to ease off of pressure on Russia, or might be other players involved.

  6. WalkingDead on April 26, 2015 at 3:38 pm

    Dare I say it…
    There is always the possibility that there is a God, angels, demons, Nephilim, Lucifer, etc., which by definition would be extra-terrestrials, and what we see going on today is the culmination of a very long term plan. It’s a plan that has been tried before and failed and it will fail again. The “gods” of old were most likely those confined to the earth who desired the worship of mortal man to feed their egos. There was a time when these beings walked the earth along with mankind but that time was in high antiquity. Now they may still walk the earth, but remain hidden from our sight except, possibly, for those who do their bidding. They are not just decades, or millennia ahead of us, they are billions of years ahead of us.
    These beings may well be interdimensional as well as spiritual beings and the cosmic war could very well have been the war in heaven. There may have been skirmishes throughout the existence of the universe and this solar system. The losers of that war were confined to the earth and given dominion over it for a limited time. That time now appears to be running out, hence the rush for the New World Order and its’ accompanying world religion.
    The breakaway group may think getting off planet will save them from what’s coming, but it wont.
    Science has replaced God as the object of worship in this day an age, it would seem. No matter how far science advances, there will always be something more to discover, the universe is an infinite place with infinite possibilities, after all. A smart man would hedge his bet and have a little faith that God does indeed exist.
    The disclosure has already happened, it happened in the beginning, and you have already been informed of it.
    Or, this is all a nifty fairy tale…

  7. DownunderET on April 26, 2015 at 2:24 pm

    Searching for ET, it’s been around since 1947, and when they start shutting down missile silos the jig is up. They are here and have been for a long time, so why search for something that is already here?
    This cover up has the highest classification in the US military, and as Ben Rich said, “even God couldn’t bring it out. Unless they land on the White House lawn, it will be classified forever, and possibly our ancient history will remain “closed”.
    Problem is, I’d REALLY like to know what the universe is all about, and a bunch of ex-military goons is keeping it from me…needless to say, so are a lot of people.

  8. jedi on April 26, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    could Russia be speaking in code…hmm, is Moscow code for moses cow?
    Is there some sort of game being played out by say some group with severe mental problems, running a fiat money scam…why is Switzerland shaped like a pig…coincidence?

  9. marcos toledo on April 26, 2015 at 8:59 am

    A Russian Moon Landing in 2029 means I will be seventy nine going on eighty when there will be another Moon Landing. I was nineteen going on twenty at the time of the USA Moon Landing a sixty year hiatus between the two. Thank you Neocons for ruining our space future we know you like the rest of us peasants to be living in mud huts still.

  10. Rad on April 26, 2015 at 8:41 am

    If we go by the theory with ET controlling the Earth since prehistoric times and look at the various mythologies from around the world about the end of the world and such, we’ll see that usual the apocalypse is coming with few days of darkness, is a world wide flood or some climate change event (an ice age followed by ice melting and floods etc).
    Sometime Moon is responsible for this, and so the Earth is “washed” of previous inhabitants, to be “seed” with new ones.

    So watching around for dangerous comets and asteroids (especially after Celiabinsk event) seem to be a wise idea. Watching for climate change patterns is a good idea as well, for pragmatical and practical reasons.
    And obviously watching for ET is not a bad idea, is just that is sort of laughable in my opinion.
    I mean, all we can find is ET civilizations with a similar level of development with us and with who we can correspond. And as such we can’t physically meet with them due to technological limits we (and they in this case) have. Like the speed of light for eg, which we didn’t reached yet anyway, at least officially, and we need super-light speed anyway and even that might not be enough for much travel around.

    But if they are more advanced the chances are they are using technologies that have little to nothing to do with technologies and physics used now here. And that they may very well already know about us, and have no interest to shows up in plain view and have a friendly meeting and chat with common people around the world. Not that they are necessarily evil, but the distance as development might be too big, and their interests may be different then human ones here (like non-interfering policy with less developed races or who knows what, exploiting in secret some valuables here etc).

    Imagine a meeting between a cave man from some 20,000 years ago, dressed with an animal fur and using a pointy stake and some stone or antler knife as tools, with some modern humans using huge nuclear submarines, supersonic airplanes, steel and glass skyscrapers, genetic engineering and huge rockets that can send humans to the Moon.
    And now imagine some “ET” that are 200,000 years more advanced then us, if not 2 million years, and what level of technology and development they can have.
    So, I wish them (Russians, NASA and all) good luck but I for one I doubt they will really find some ET that will answer back with radio waves and will pass by to share a glass of vodka and some technology secrets.
    Or this is just a cover up to use some money and there are other secret programs that must be funded

  11. Robert Barricklow on April 26, 2015 at 8:27 am

    As I was reading the “group” I too thought they put all the bogies in one basket. Someone here had remarked something to the effect of the modern day…

    “Spectre?”[also the title of the upcoming Bond flick].

    An extrastate?
    A breakaway state?

    An entity that has ancient ties & connections. Perhaps even has ancient artifacts that are functional[Tablets of Destiny, Arc, Golden Fleece, Spear, Etc.] – in actualized ancient written technologies or in the artifacts themselves; their own intelligence apparatus; soldiers; bureaucracy; black-ops, black budget technologies; “Council of Five”? You get the idea.

    A hidden player/competitor?

    With an “outside”/inter-dimension” connection?

    • Rad on April 26, 2015 at 8:53 am

      Actually (even if probably it sound more science-fictional) I find the inter-dimensional connection even more closer to real possibility then interstellar one.
      Maybe CERN and those superlasers (gasers, as Dr Farrell pointed out) can offer more about finding new worlds (parallel worlds, multiverses etc), compared with the big rockets flying to Moon or Mars (still to be done) and some radio messages send across the stars.

      This in the case that we are on our own here which is not that sure at all.

      • Robert Barricklow on April 26, 2015 at 9:23 am

        Yes Rad
        I do think that many at this site are inclined to agree on the inter-dimensional connection you’ve described.
        My self included.

        Also, there may be ways of using said dimensions in “folding/manipulating” space to travel…
        or open portals.

        • Rad on April 26, 2015 at 11:45 am

          Yes, I agree too with you Robert

          If such space travels are done, they are done by folding/manipulating the space as you said, or opening some portals (some sort of Stargate like thing).

          Because even traveling at the speed of light (which we can’t yet, only in theory) it takes way to much to reach some nearby stars.
          The distance from here to Aldebaran (the favourite star of conspiracy theories about the bad aliens who helped the Nazis) is around 65 light years. To much for a human life. It will be too much even at double the speed of light (which isn’t anywhere near to reach in the predictable future and with known physics and technologies here).

          So that must be some other ways “they” travel around the galaxy (or even further away, who knows).
          Coming from other dimenssions is another possibility.

          • jedi on April 26, 2015 at 12:00 pm

            You can light up a million light bulbs, with the power usage of one light bulb.

            They flicker on off, at such a high speed they all seem to be lit up to our naked eyes….but only one light bulb source is running the entire operation.

    • jedi on April 26, 2015 at 11:25 am

      speaking of ancient ties and connections, this weekends globe and mail published an article that the Manitoba Legislature building is actually a temple….to the pharoh Thutmoses the 3rd.

      The author has spent 6 years deciphering the building with complete cooperation from the govt.

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