This blog comes from all the articles so many of you sent me over the past week, concerning the shutdown of flights from Los Angeles International Airport (or LAX as it's less-than-affectionately known) westward over the Pacific during the night. Now, in case you don't know what all this is about, a few words of explanation are necessary in case you've never flown out of LAX. With prevailing winds from the west, most flights out of LAX in fact take off - regardless of their ultimate destination - west over the Pacific, and if they are eastbound, then turn east back over land to make for whatever destinattion they are headed for. Over the last week, the US military restricted the Pacific flight pattern as it claimed it was conducting military maneuvers, which issued, apparently, in  the offshore test-firing of the  SLBM(submarine-launched ballistic missile) Trident:

Secret military operations to divert LAX planes for a week

The US military says it was just a missile test.

However... many people were not convinced, and began to post YouTube videos showing something else may have been in play. Consider just this one(out of many):


In other videos of this sudden "blooming" of the alleged Trident missile, a strange low humming can be heard, immediately prior to the blooming, as in this example that was being "tweeted" on Twitter:



There were even allegations and videos about an explosion near southern California's strange "inland sea" known as the Salton Sea with accompanying videos (of a nature that to my mind are as suspicious as the alleged event itself).

Now what I suspect, in my high octane speculation of the day, is that this was not a UFO as some have suggested, but a US test of a missile defense system, designed to show Russia (and other interested parties, we'll get to that shortly) that the US is capable of knocking down missiles.Why would the US military test such a system in such a manner, over US space? Recall that strange missile a few years ago, off the California coast, which many to this day believe to have been a "Chinese demonstration of capability." With a US launch in similar waters, with a clearly demonstrated antimissile capability, one that indeed may be fairly exotic, one is dealing with a long conversation, one in which the participants are not really conversing in any normal sense, but rather, sending messages in the form of capability demonstrations.

This would place the events in the context of other "message sending," namely by Russia, when it blacked out NATO communications in Syria. Additionally, as all the excitement was happening over California, China was busy sending messages too (and this seems to have been forgotten by most people talking about the California story), in this article sent by Mr. J.H.:

China Tests Anti-Satellite Missile

Note that the Chinese test occurred two days after the alleged US Trident missile test. Note also the contrails from the Chinese missile test, which seem to imply, as Mr. J.H. suggested when he sent this article to me,  that the Chinese anti-satellite missile has more than the standard amount of manueverability that one would think necessary to shoot down the typical satellite. Indeed, the Chinese missile test makes one wonder if, in fact, satellites are the real targets of such a system, or if in fact the system was designed for a very different, and much more maneuverable sort of target that one might encounter "up there." If so, then clearly China has demonstrated a capability the equal of anything in the public and openly known US arsenal, if not much more so.

Now to introduce one final element to this story, let us assume we are not playing gunboat diplomacy, but rather, a bidding card game like pitch or bridge, where the partners communicate not only to each other but to their opponents what the relative strengths of their hands are through the process of bidding for the right to be the initiator of the action of play. In such games, where the players reveal their hands through carefully staged hints and suggestions, there are always an even number of players...

... which raises the interesting question in our missile-tests-as-game-of-bridge analogy: who's the missing fourth player? Who is the real target of these messages, if not the three "players" themselves?

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. Pellevoisin on November 19, 2015 at 4:12 pm

    I suspect that this ‘US American’ event should be considered in context alongside the ‘heavenly’ event that took place near Norway when the Obama was given his little prize.

  2. Andronicus on November 19, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    The SOUND!

    I’m surprise nobody has commented on the sound in the second video.

    That HUM sound happened SIMULTANEOUSLY with the action on the screen.

    Sound doesn’t travel that fast. It’s about 4.7 seconds for sound to travel a mile.

    That flying object was many miles away. For even an airliner at cruising altitude it would take 15 to 20 seconds for the sound made by the airliner to reach the observer on the ground.

    So, if the video is real and the sound occurred as seen it wasn’t produced by sound traveling through the air from the flying object.

    It must have been produced by some instantaneous or ‘light speed’ energy such as RF/radio/microwaves or some resonance of those.

    The sound was picked up by the camera and heard by the people on the ground at the same time.

    Truly weird.

    • basta on November 19, 2015 at 1:59 pm

      Excellent observation regarding the instantaneous transmission of “sound,” if indeed sound is what was recorded, or if it was that the entire area around LA was entrained into some resonant frequency during this “you better pay attention folks!” display by the Pentram.

      It was as subtle as a frying-pan upside the head, an obvious display of “Look, we’ve also got fancy hi-tech toys, too!”… a veritable toddler’s tantrum of a riposte by the USSA MIC to Russia and China.

  3. Centauri on November 19, 2015 at 4:16 am

    Greetings to the good Doctor! I appreciate the website and thanks for your efforts.

    As for the question posed by the title of this article, I see only 2 players here: Rothschild Zionists (the more powerful and publicly visible faction acting on behalf of the ancient group and it’s puppet-masters)and everyone else (some acting on behalf of the alliance and, rumor has it, Solar Warden).

    If I were to spin a tale explaining what happened on the west coast of the USA, I would say that the missile was launched remotely in the direction of eastern Europe against the will of the positive-aligned factions of the USA military. This ancient group does not claim any national affiliation and they are ready to throw any of their holdings under the bus to get WW3 started. They must have the war to tighten their grip and shove secrets under the rug in this time of their eventual exposure.

    I would say that the missile was dismantled by either a Solar Warden ship or a fully aware entity that takes the shape of a sphere in this light-density (our reality composed of “matter”). Both of these groups are allies, opposed to the ancient group and working with an earth-based alliance working on our behalf.

    So, there you have it. The insanity of possibility that I am ready to consider without all-out belief. Consideration is always fun!

  4. Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    Before I was interrupted by who knows what…?

    Glad to see the iconic caricatures are back!

  5. Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 7:13 pm

    Glad to see the iconic char

    • Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 7:14 pm

      My computer jumps too fast to conclusions…

      Glad to see the iconic caricatures are back.

  6. abadavas on November 18, 2015 at 6:43 pm

    Dr. Farrell – more likely a missile configured with an EMP or kinetic shotgun warhead to take down the US Military’s Top-Secret X-37B Space Plane or the X-51A hypersonic upper atmosphere plane program began in 2004, first tested in 2013. Both, unlike satellites, are maneuverable hence the twisting “dogfighting” contrails. Both classified platforms are capable of delivering the “Rods from God” kinetic weapons, titanium “telephone” poles which become meteors/meteorites with amazing “Bunker Buster” non nuclear penetrating capability. Think a mini version of Larry Niven’s “Lucifer’s Hammer”. It’s the U2 program for the 21st century, but also weaponized with no human pilots. Testing is just the old you show me yours I’ll show you mine game.

  7. goshawks on November 18, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    “Indeed, the Chinese [anti-satellite] missile test makes one wonder if, in fact, satellites are the real targets of such a system, or if in fact the system was designed for a very different, and much more maneuverable sort of target that one might encounter ‘up there’.”

    The Boeing X-37B, also called X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle, is a reusable unmanned spacecraft that is manufactured by Boeing and operated by a clandestine part of USAF. It has flown three unannounced missions to date, carrying secret payloads on long-duration flights in Earth orbit. It’s lifting-body shape shows it was designed for high-Mach, edge-of-space maneuverability.

    I could easily-see the Chinese anti-satellite missile as an answer to whatever operational vehicle comes out of the X-37B…

  8. Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    Could it be a “show” for those “above” as well as “below”.
    Remember “the Russians are coming!/Oops! I mean the Aliens are coming”.
    So when do the spectators get scarred enough to call for a world government to protect them from becoming what they all ready are.
    Get mu drift?

    • Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 12:22 pm

      My, no edit feature to fix mu mistake.

  9. Aridzonan_13 on November 18, 2015 at 10:33 am

    Thanks for the rocket engine noise info. Typically the con trail of a missle is not that symetric and has a lot more smoke. The color and lack of engine noise, tells me this is a different style of propulsion. The other object was news to me. The interaction between the two is more than thought provoking. This is Buck Rogers in your face. The problem is, why such a public display? Is this part of a “Global Fear Gen” Op? That the “Paris Attacks” were part and parcel?

    • Scooter-Fishwick on November 18, 2015 at 10:50 am

      Also to consider is this rocket could be Russian. From what I can find on inter net land, Russian ICBM’s have bright blue contrails that stick around for a while as this one did. With all of the “sleeping Bear poking” occurring between the Russian and US military at the north pole, perhaps the Russians are sending a message that they can sneak right up on our shores undetected. I can’t think of any reason why the US military would test a mistake (even a dud) over US soil for the risk of panic, unless of course this was a very high profile stunt to get the American people to look the other way while something else was going on.

      • Scooter-Fishwick on November 18, 2015 at 10:51 am

        Missle not MISTAKE – autocorrect

    • 8thdegreeofj on November 18, 2015 at 10:55 pm

      The AI Prime has informed the online master of programs that a provocation of a ‘missile launching nature’ in the straits of Taiwan would raise by probability of 95% a too fast descent into open warfare with China at this time. The action is prohibited by the current charter and directive of said AI who is tasked with navigating the elite through the future.
      The human master controllers were just sitting around the dinner table one night when somebody came up with another great idea to show how the rest of the worlds elites how psychotic they really are. “We don’t care about anybody else” and we’ll prove it by randomly throwing a wrench in the side of one of the busiest airports in the country. Then in typical Rahm the Cruel Emanuel fashion we’ll scare the living daylights out of half the city with a fancy smoke and lights show. Audio effects would be a huge bonus! Perfect for those brain dead hollywood folk anyways..
      And thus was born another in a long line of absolutely UN-American acts by the government. And I’ll let you decide what UN I’m talking about and there is no wrong answer.

  10. loisg on November 18, 2015 at 9:38 am

    If the Chinese performed a test off the California coast to show the US what its capabilities are, why wouldn’t the US show its capabilities off a Chinese coast rather than so close to home? Granted, the message could still be received, but the fact that the Chinese did this so close to home, IMO, was part of the message. Then, if it was a test, why do it where they had to shut down a busy international airport so that everyone would know a test was taking place? If the message is to some foreign country, they would get that message even if the test was performed in some remote area. So I don’t know, I’m beginning to think this was not a test at all, but the real thing.

    • Lost on November 18, 2015 at 9:52 am

      Could be some sea bed base for space craft operations west of LAX.

    • goshawks on November 18, 2015 at 4:14 pm

      “If the Chinese performed a test off the California coast…”

      Two reasons for coming in close for the ‘test’:

      (1) To show your adversary that you could get-in-close while remaining undetected, an in-your-face demonstration of quiet submarines.

      (2) To show your adversary that the time which they thought they had for decision-making may not be real. Arrival time at Cheyenne Mountain is quite different from a launch near the US coast as opposed to one from somewhere out in the Pacific…

      • Sandygirl on November 19, 2015 at 5:41 pm

        This should wake up the many worker bee’s to become whistleblowers. Time is running out and there are no plans to save lives.
        On Nov. 4th the air force confirmed the failure of the Super Strypi rocket at Kauai’s Pacific missile range. It was supposed to deliver 12 nano satellites to be released in the lower atmosphere. Future plans are to release swarms to take pictures every few hours, (or they can search for DNA).

  11. DanaThomas on November 18, 2015 at 9:20 am

    All the publicity given to this “secret” test shows that the American public is considered as a party with a stake, albeit a passive one (at least according to the oligarh mentality).

    • Robert Barricklow on November 18, 2015 at 12:17 pm

      A spectator role at best.

  12. marcos toledo on November 18, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Is this just another sick game of chicken the USA has been playing for at least the last seventy years. Looking for another bogeyman to scare the (livestock) citizens.

  13. Lost on November 18, 2015 at 6:52 am

    A half dozen web searches for stories about Russia shutting down US (or NATO) communications in Syria yield zero relevant results.

    So that looks unconfirmed.

    Also I more than suspect the Russians, or Israelis, would never tip their hand about having such significant gear for use in the field. It would be akin to an US sub commander saying he can readily communicate with his home base even when 2500 feet below the surface.

    • sjy1969 on November 18, 2015 at 10:52 am

      Agreed. Any alleged communication shutdown didn’t seem to stop them remote controlling the drones that took out Jihadi John and suchlike.

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