Mr. G.K. shared this story, and it's a stunner, any way one slices it. An Israeli biotech firm has apparently developed a "cure" for intense radiation exposure involving injectable human placenta cells, and while I normally do not link videos in my blogs, this one is important enough to do so(though you'll have to wade through the usual advertisement involving braying jackasses and trumpeting elephants to reach the short video):

Israeli placental cell therapy could cure radiation sickness

One thing struck me in the video, and it was that thing that made my mind run into all sorts of high octane speculations, and that was the reference to the Fukushima disaster, and that the Israeli firm had decided it had to "do something" to be able to treat acute radiation exposure and sickness, a hitherto almost intractable problem. The apparently successful technology has obvious medical benefits, for example, for radiation therapy sufferers.

However, the video raises disturbing questions, if only by way of implication, by not stating the obvious: how, for example, did the firm hit upon the idea of placentas and radiation sickness? There's to chain of reasoning here, and that raises my "suspicion meter" into the red zone, and my suspicion is, that this might be a black projects technology, now released into the public view - on March 9, of this year in fact - for obvious reasons: the Middle East is erupting into chaos, and there have been recent revelations of the Saudis having bought a-bombs from Pakistan. And, of course, there are ongoing  Israeli fears about Iran's nuclear program.

So the "message" could be that "we have a way of combatting radiation sickness and nuclear fallout," which has its own consequence as well. The use of nuclear weapons has long been its own deterrent, for precisely the reason that such weapons cause lingering damage to the populations hit with them in the form of fallout and radiation. But what if one had a way of curing radiation sickness? In that case, one of the constraints against their use is removed. And Israel has long been acknowledged to be a de facto nuclear power, with some estimates of the number of their warheads being in the hundreds.

And, as Mr. G.K. put it to me in his email, such a technology would also enable one to get through those pesky Van Allen radiation belts around the Earth, too.

Which brings us back to black projects, and to an important high octane speculation. In all the years of nuclear testing by the USSR, the USSA, UK, France, China, Pakistan, and India (and now, North Korea), it stands to reason that one component of a nation's development of nuclear weapons would be the secret development of the means to combat their most terrible byproduct: radiation, and radiation sickness.

The bottom line here is that there is much more to this story, and to the timing of its release, than meets the eye, and I suspect this Israeli technology is not, when all is said and done, unique to that country.

See you on the flip side...

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. zendogbreath on March 17, 2016 at 10:55 pm

    prompts one to consider where is mr global going with tech development
    after all, results are determined by tactics are determined by strategy which is determined by goals
    technology does not develop randomly nor unconsciously
    one’s goals are clearly indicated by one’s tech and one’s results

  2. Lost on March 17, 2016 at 10:45 pm

    The bigger point about Brown/Reich/Le Bon/Moray is that you can clean up nuclear waste, and frankly even make matter out of nothing.

    I suspect NASA resists putting nuclear material on rockets, though I real it’s been done.

  3. Nathan on March 17, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    Who knows how long they have had this tech, as far as getting past the van Allen radiation belts , i would say we ain’t going anywhere, however it makes nuclear bombs a little more scary in a crazed sort of way

  4. Jon on March 17, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    Vitamin C in massive doses is also a strong protection against radiation.

    The one thing I might consider letting their genetic engineers do (if we could trust them) would be to give us back the ability to manufacture our own Vitamin C in our own bodies. That would be a major step to greater health and longevity. It was probably one of the things taken away in the Tower of Babel moment.

  5. sagat1 on March 17, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    “such a technology would also enable one to get through those pesky Van Allen radiation belts around the Earth, too.” Does this statement suggest you do not believe the Appollo missions to the moon were legitimate (publically faked while a real mission occurred covertly) or that the tech has been surpressed since the 60s or earlier?

  6. marcos toledo on March 17, 2016 at 10:31 am

    The very dark side of this story is. That it makes thermonuclear weapons use more possible in warfare. Their routine use on the battlefield will be more open now instead of under the table like depleted uranium artillery shell today. Also like others committing on todays post a perfect cover to dispose of the rest of us parasites via radiation poisoning and mutated offspring it bring to mind the scenario from the b-movie “Terror From 5000 AD”.

    • marcos toledo on March 17, 2016 at 11:00 am

      And also the scenario in another b-movie “Braking The Time Barrier” where the elites referred to as escapes live in orbit around a Earth enveloped in radiation while all that left of humanity is sterile people and mutants. The idea is also behind CW series “The 100”.

  7. basta on March 17, 2016 at 9:36 am

    How did an Israeli biotech firm come with the idea to employ human placenta cells against radiation, you ask? Seems far-fetched?

    Not really; one thing big pharma does once they discover or synthesize a promising compound is to test it for anything from athlete’s foot to cancer and everything in between. Over and over and over. That’s how AZT, a failed anti-cancer drug, was dusted off and used to “treat” HIV back in the 80s. Or conversely, how Mbendezol, an internal parasite treatment, vanished off the shelves in the West once it was found to be a promising cancer treatment (check out the papers on PubMed).

    Sort of like the old adage, “If all you have is a hammer, then everything starts to look like a nail.” So they’ve been testing stem and placenta cells for everything for a while now, and I wouldn’t be at all surprised if there are staggeringly expensive longevity therapies based on them reserved for the elites, which would explain why the likes of David Rockefeller, the Queen, the Soros-Gollum, and Heinz Kissinger just linger on and on and on in seemingly fine fettle.

  8. Neru on March 17, 2016 at 9:32 am

    Well, when nuclear boms start falling I doubt that a person like me on the end cicle of being productive will be a candidate for nuclear fallout cure. Finally good news because what I today have to do to dodge vaccines………

    I do believe however a lot of people will “hoera” more black projects becoming more mainstream. Seems only a small hand of people asks questions of any kind.

  9. Lost on March 17, 2016 at 8:37 am

    “The Plutonium Files” Welsome, Eileen, 1999–it’s a history of human radiation experimentation starting during the Manhattan Project and continuing into the early 1970s.

    It’s partly based a big federal government study put together by Bill Clinton’s Sec. of Energy in 1994–a scanned PDF can be found online. That in turn was partly prompted by Welsome’s reporting in the later 1980s.

    It’s clear from the 1999 book that the military was looking for ways to combat radiation sickness, but it’s not like the book makes any particularly bold disclosure about a break through in that area.

    Sure placenta cells could help, it’s a source of stem cells, but an ORMUS based approach would seem better, as would a better understanding of orgone/scalar/subquantum mechanics, etc. After all Reich (and earlier Le Bon) both wrote about inducing a reduction in radioactivity far faster than the half-life rule would allow. And ORMUS is clearly some kind of matter not exactly on the periodic table.

    So if anybody knew to look for any of these things during the development of atomic weapons, that would seem to be an indication that someone was looking at matter differently. I’m reminded of the story of T. Henry Moray asking for a copy of Le Bon’s books at a bookstore or library during the war, only to be visited by a federal marshal who wanted to know why he wanted these books–ones that had been published by a mainstream New York publisher in the 1920s.

    Then more recently there’s Paul Brown in Idaho and Oregon generating electricity from the speeded up “decay” of nuclear material. Of course he ended up dead in an odd car crash in 2003–after suffering various forms of harassment and prosecution.

    • WalkingDead on March 17, 2016 at 10:06 am

      It takes very little research to realize that Dr. Browns work was stolen by the Military/Industrial complex and taken black, then he was disposed of to cover their tracks. I would imagine by now that his work is flying on most spacecraft as the power supply and suppressed for the remainder of the world until that last dollar is squeezed from the hydrocarbon industries.
      Excellent post Lost.

      • Lost on March 17, 2016 at 10:47 pm

        The larger point about Brown/Reich/Le Bon/Moray is that you can clean up nuclear waste, and frankly even make matter out of nothing.

        I suspect NASA resists putting nuclear material on rockets, though I realize it’s been done.

  10. WalkingDead on March 17, 2016 at 6:59 am

    Not only is the timing curious, but the release of the technology through Israel is also curious. One would think this would be a closely guarded secret with stockpiles of the treatment stored away within all those prepared underground facilities located throughout the USA and elsewhere meant for those who intend to survive any such war; that “continuity of government” thing, leaving the rest of humanity to slowly die horrifying deaths. More or less one segment of the human population letting the rest of us know our lives don’t matter to them.
    As stated, it also lends more credence to a current secret space program. Whether or not it makes the moon landings more believable or not would depend on just when this was actually developed; something we will never know, as it would cause righteous outrage over events such as Fukushima and Chernobyl and what was “allowed” to happen and continues to happen to the Japanese and Russian populations in the aftermath of their respective disasters.
    We do indeed live in interesting and dangerous times. We are at a point in our technological development where we will either destroy ourselves through stupidity or go forward to ever greater things. I can’t help but believe we have been here before and made the wrong choices in the distant past.

    • zendogbreath on March 17, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      depends on who you’re calling we, eh? destroy with stupidity AND go forward seem to be the SOP so far.

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