There's an important story over at Bloomberg to pay attention to: geneticr research and pharmaceutical companies are seeking "genetic outliers" in the human population. But behind that, Joseph suspects there may behidden research taking place:

These Superhumans Are Real and Their DNA Could Be Worth Billions

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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. Sandygirl on July 26, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    I have great DNA – my mother, a smoker passed at age 94 and VERY healthy til the end. On the other hand I’m pretty sure I have that poverty gene they recently discovered.
    Why is MSM pushing the “healthy” memes 24/7 non-stop? What’s their diabolical agenda? It’s not because they love us.
    They’re going to need super soldiers to breath the chemical polluted air, water, oceans, GMO food, weather tampering, etc. A race of slaves that don’t talk back. Oh yeah that’s what they have now so what are they looking for? I think their looking for some type of threat out there.

  2. DanaThomas on July 24, 2015 at 2:46 am

    So it would seem there are some “long skulls” in the Netherlands….
    And as far as data collection is concerned, here are some DNA research conditions from a well-known website. The good thing is that they are not written in legalese; the bad thing is – well you can read just how much “privacy” is guaranteed.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 24, 2015 at 9:08 am

      Before too long,
      humans may start feeling what the Neanderthals did,
      when those humans became more than a rarity.

      • DanaThomas on July 24, 2015 at 11:21 am

        Genes and art: “I believe in genes” says the man himself.
        Listen to this short British Museum video on the Waddleston Bequest.

        • DanaThomas on July 24, 2015 at 11:24 am


        • Robert Barricklow on July 24, 2015 at 3:03 pm

          Thanks Dana.
          I wish I could listen to all of it; but, the pompous lingo that portrays collecting rather aggressively for their influence laundering museum, is just too much. I get the gist though, & it’s very much to the point that Dr. Farrell is getting at.
          I’m not quite convinced of the genes heavily weighted influence on consciousness. Although many would say it’s a combination of environment/genes; I think it goes much deeper. Those museum-like ancient artifacts of black magic[Clark’s alien technologies] are what these elite covet for themselves. It’s not the genes; it’s the exclusive access to “magic”. And yes, that magic, may indeed be, in-part genes…
          albeit, with technological black magic synergies.
          But I appreciate your going the extra mile to enlighten me; but Waddlesdon, for myself, is a apropos beneficiary of the purposed armed circus consuming liberties.

          • DanaThomas on July 28, 2015 at 10:11 am

            The Rothschild Collections: maybe it would be worth looking into the catalogues… but then of course, what about the objects not on display or not listed?
            Anyway, with regard to “anomalies”, there is a new interview out with Michael Cremo on “Forbidden Archaeology”:

  3. yankee phil on July 23, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    As I recall the DNA has genomes that program aging by slowing down the regenerative process of cells in our bodies as time passes,thus slowly allowing cells to begin dying off rather than being replaced. This was the direction of research for the last 40 or so years in genetic research and I heard in the 70’s they’d made major strides in this field. Monatomic gold is another way to slow down the degenerative processes in the body and the DNA,perhaps explaining the longevity of the english royal family when they’re not being killed or diseased. Getting your hands on actual monatomic gold though is a problem as now there are many fakes being sold as the real thing. Strange to me is how many famous Nazi’s died in 1974-75,perhaps its like the suicided double of hitler ,uniform,shot in the mouth and all, left in the bunker at Berlin,,,,a riddle hidden inside a conundrum. No wonder Stalin accused England of hidding hitler,,,,,, and then started the cold war.

  4. Leon on July 23, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    The USA pays it national debt? Why?????

  5. TRM on July 23, 2015 at 7:53 pm

    And now for something completely different …

    So any bets that the USA mines it to pay off part of their national debt? This controlled release of information is very interesting. As Russia & China amass gold the USA will give up on the paper selling of gold to drive the price down and then announce that gold is so last century. Platinum is where it’s at.

    So which of their cronies will be the lucky person to discover a vein of platinum on Earth so that it can be mined and put into circulation?

    Will they use this as an excuse to militarize & weaponize space? We claim it and put weapons on it to defend our claim.

  6. marcos toledo on July 23, 2015 at 6:28 pm

    Shades of the X-Men super soldiers more ubermench fantasies for our elites to play with.

  7. Leon on July 23, 2015 at 5:51 pm

    I’ve kind of hoped for many years already that someone would research these outlier guys. I knew one who, like Churchill, had smoked and boozed his way to a ripe old age of 70 plus. He then needed surgery for something and when they listened to his heart they thought he was a non-smoker!

    The problem is not the research – it is using the data to make weapons. But then what can one expect really?

    • MxFusion on July 23, 2015 at 6:57 pm

      You’re right, Churchill was a heavy drinker and smoker throughout most of his life and had amazing stamina, both mental and physical(despite his overweight).

      In 1949, at age 75, he suffered a mild stroke. He recouped, but had some handicaps. This evidently didn’t slow him down much. But, he suffered 10 strokes between 1949 to 1963. At age 80, in 1955,, he was slowing down and retired as Prime Minister. His continued to decline, but remained active as possible, dying at age 90 in 1965.

      As I recall, some anti-aging researchers awhile back were calling this extremely strong constitution the “Churchill effect,” and were trying to discover the cause of it.

      • basta on July 24, 2015 at 2:06 am

        “As I recall, some anti-aging researchers awhile back were calling this extremely strong constitution the “Churchill effect,” and were trying to discover the cause of it.”

        Tanquery gin? Claret?

        Seriously, not to put too fine a point on it but he was an alcoholic, like the Queen Mum and many others of his class. I’ve known or known of many good drinkers who emptied a bottle a day and lived to 93, 95, even 97.

        Check their livers!

        • MxFusion on July 24, 2015 at 10:07 am

          Yes, Churchill was a highly functioning alcoholic, but even he had to slow down toward the end of his life. Great genes and strong will power also played a role. It’s amazing he made it to age 75 before having a stroke, even then a mild one.

          Daily excessive drinking, alcoholism, does not lead to a longer life. Just the opposite. The research based on empirical evidence leaves no doubt.

          People drinking into their late years, from everything I’ve read and researched, are moderate drinkers and keep up a reasonably good diet and some exercise, at least.

          A bottle of wine a day, spread out, could be considered moderate for some people.

          Why some “genetic outliers” can drink and drug excessively and function at a high level for a long period before breaking down is something that would seem to be of interest to the researchers that Joseph refers to.

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