Yesterday you'll recall I blogged about several space-related stories that surfaced this past week. A brief review is in order before we get to today's high octane speculations. You'll recall that Russia's Roskosmos annouced plans for a permanent human base on the Moon, to be partially constructed by robots. In the same article however, Mr. Dmitri Rogozin, head of Roscosmos, also stated that it was unlikely Russia would ever catch up with NASA and the various private US space ventures, mentioning specifically Mr. Elon Musk. On the same day, you'll recall, an article was released about the European Space Agency's plans for a space station in orbit at the quigravisphere(the neutral point of gravity between the Earth and the Moon, where the gravitational attraction of each body is the same). Needless to say, this means such a station would be closer to the Moon than to Earth. Given the fact that this project is an ESA project, means that it is an international one, with certain nations being the key players(think Germany here).   This story about a base between the Earth and the Moon has appeared before, and I have blogged about it before, but the story appeared again on June 22, the same date as the Roscosmos story. Timing, in other words, suggests "something is up", and we'll get to that in a moment.

But also recall that it has been a whole year of strange space news, not the least of which have been the remarks of US General Kinney about "fighting little green men" - and sorry folks, I'm simply not buying that he was simply using military code and slang jargon to refer to Russian Spetznaz in the Ukraine!  He knows full well what the phrase colloquially means. It has also been a year in which we've seen NASA recuitment posters about "signing up for Mars" and US army recruiment videos referencing combat with aliens and the new Independence Day movie, and Boeing commericlals of a similar nature during the stupor bowl. Recall also that the Russian Sputnik coverage of US space command activities and papers gave titles and subtitles emphasizing something far different than the actual terrestrially-preoccupied contents of those studies themselves. We can also throw into this mix the stories we've seen about Russian asteroid detection systems being up and running, and for that matter, those strange statements of Russian Prime Minister Dimitri Medvedev about Russia needing to build an asteroid defense system, with or without international cooperation, remarks he made, you'll recall, almost exactly a month prior to the Chelyabinsk Meteor incident.

So what's going on?

Herewith my high octane speculation of the day: I think the timing of yesterday's stories is perhaps significant, as is the steady trickle of such stories in the past two years or so. What we're seeing, I suggest, is the careful (perhaps orchestrated) attempt to create an internationally agreed-upon order in space, including any commericial and military means to protect commercial assets in space. Such stories and pronouncements have the air, in my opinion, of maneuvering and jockeying for position and influence in the creation of that order. I think it is entirely possible that what we may be seeing - particularly in the wake of the BREXIT vote in the UK - is an effort to create a genuine international "federalization" of space military assets via agreed-upon international treaty for mutual defense and protection of space assets, and that, of course, implies that these efforts are protecting from "someone". Behind the scenes, in other words, there is quiet talk among Earth's space powers - the USA, Russia, China, India, Japan, Brazil, and Europe(i.e., France, Germany, Italy) - about how to go about doing this, and coordinating any military responses. To put it country simple, these stories are suggesting to me that, ala the old cult classic Alternative Three, there is quiet and very secret policy coordination in space and that terrestrial divisions and competition in space are deliberately not being allowed to reach the point of outright conflict in "deep space." Perhaps - to extend these high octane speculations - the selection of the equigravisphere for the ESA's space station is that these terrestrial conflicts of interest extend "here but no farther."

Think about that for a moment, for if this high octane speculation - perhaps it is even a prediction - is that we're watching a quiet new international order emerging in space. After all, if one cannot create such an order on Earth, then the next best thing is to create it in space, including any military cooperation, and then extend it to Earth. This will take time, decades, of course. But the bottom line is, this, I think, is now the game plan. Or to put it country simple: the rest of the world's space powers are not going to tolerate or accept any American unipolarism in space. Watch, therefore, for the non-American space powers to announce all sorts of space cooperation deals.  And in support of that hypothesis, I offer the following article in support:


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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. Nathan on July 3, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    Interesting these articles about space from various organs for certain countries, these people are gonna steal so much money from the population via (space adventures) it will be truly mind boggling! I do believe we have some Tesla high tech gadgets but who really knows what they are, except for the Ufos we don’t really know

  2. Jerry Greelis on July 1, 2016 at 4:54 am

    What it appears you are alluding to, is another United Nations, a United Space scenario. We are wanting to extend our physical spatial domain to include near earth space (including the entire solar system). Again, this can keep some order with the principles that are bound to their agreements, but there will always be those that reside outside the ‘order’ that will revolt. Revolting out in space can be more devastating than shooting 100 people or even blowing up an electrical grid.

    We cannot control whose hands are using the technology; you pointed Russia developing teleportation in 20 years, I believe we have it today in secret. Ben Rich claimed, we in effect, already developed it; we certainly have the technology today to perform it. The only reason it is not in the open, it is because the taught science of today makes it impossible. And we definitely do not want to change the religious dogma of Physics today.

    My point is, if the United Space scenario becomes a reality, it will not offset a ‘space war’ just as the UN has not eliminated war today. Also keep in mind, when real teleportation becomes open, it will open up the entire Universe space, we will be mingling with non-terrestrials also, both friendly and not. I do believe the idea is good, however, not the perfect solution, if there is one!

  3. iZeta on June 30, 2016 at 7:23 pm

    This is great news, especially when paired with teleportation technology!

    The hidden enemy might only be the US government who may not like to play second fiddle to a real and fair international space conglomerate.

  4. Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2016 at 3:40 pm

    Like Marcos, I suspect there is that East India Company legacy that is echoing throughout the early ventures into the seas of space; already trying to carve out monopolies/territories under flags of convenience or authority/law.

    • goshawks on June 30, 2016 at 4:46 pm

      In “Star Gate,” they called them the Lucian Alliance. These star-faring quasi-alliances were the inevitable degradation that corporatism brings-about, including mob-equivalent businesses and private militaries. Profit was the name of the game, ethics be damned…

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    Great synopsis OrigensChild.
    I also saw the 5th wave.
    Surprised they showed how the military was training soldiers to believe their technology over their own eyes, killing humans as if they were aliens; while leaving any thinking about it – to those at the higher echelons.
    Fortunately, there were those whose critical thinking saved the day[At least in the Hollywooded version].

  6. marcos toledo on June 30, 2016 at 10:19 am

    This will be more complicated if the Brexit goes through. Will the UK link up it’s space efforts with the USA and AUS-NZ instead. Will the EU link up with a SINO-RUS maybe IN Eurasian space confederation. We are indeed living in interesting times. Then there is the so called private space efforts by corporations really a slush funded publicly funded efforts with no government accountability where have we heard that before. Ah yes the British-Dutch East Indian Trading Companies.

  7. OrigensChild on June 30, 2016 at 8:53 am

    “ID4: Resurgence” gets all the attention because it is an entrainment event for the one particular interpretation of Mr. Global’s NWO. But there is another movie that should be mentioned because of it’s timing too.

    Early this year movie, “The 5th Wave”, debuted in theaters with less pomp and circumstance. Sporting a stronger plot, “The 5th Wave” features a more sophisticated “ET invasion” that is a staged event in a sequence of 5 operations—an electromagnetic pulse to terminate all communications and degrade all civil and military capabilities, followed by geophysical events that create massive casualties in the coastal regions, followed by the release of an engineered plague to kill survivors, followed by infiltration within the population by “Others” who look like an enhanced version of us to create unrest and instability, and then concluded by the use of a very sophisticated psyop to turn the surviving children against the remaining population. So far, so good. The “alien” that we see is appears to be a “human” super soldier—who is in all appearances a version of us with greater strength and agility but lacking emotion. In the end love prevails and the movie ends in such a way that screams for a sequel. The problem with “The 5th Wave” is—this could be a blueprint for a staged alien invasion by an interplanetary version of the human race. For all we know the “Others” could be NAZI’s. But it would also be a dandy method to impose that new interstellar order on the homeword for resettlement, too.

    • goshawks on June 30, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      OrigensChild, you make a good point with the ‘genetics’ of the “interplanetary version of the human race.” Given the amount of time since star-forming began, Earth-humans may not be ‘original stock’ humans. There are lots of tales of ‘seeding’ from planet to planet. Lyran -> Pleiadian -> Terran is one story making the rounds.

      Given the above, there could have been all sorts of genetic ‘enhancements’ along the way. “Star Trek” postulated relatively-minor enhancements to produce Khan Noonien Singh and other nearly-humans. “The X-files” and “Star Gate” went more extreme with Super Soldiers being ‘enhanced’ humans that have had emotions muted or dispatched. The final ‘enhancement’ may be the Greys (the small ones) that have gone down the intellect-only path and said “Oops” at some later point…

      So, what if various ‘enhanced’ cousins decided we Earth-humans needed ‘upgrading’ to be in civilized company?

  8. Guygrr on June 30, 2016 at 8:44 am

    The timing of the RT article and the contents of the front page of RT on the day that article was published was very interesting. It came the day after NATO made remarks about playing hardball with Russia. The front page also featured an article that referenced Nazis and BREXIT in the title, as well as an article claiming the San Andreas fault is inevitably due for a massive earthquake that could drop California into the pacific and Russia has the technology to detect the abnormal wave patterns prior to such an event. So basically Russia was saying, go ahead, ratchet up your rhetoric, we’ll just publish a database of your space assets and if you really piss us off California might just get hit by a giant earthquake. Check mate Obama pigeon.

    I’m still curious as to exactly where the equigravispherical point between the moon and earth actually is. Will it be in the spot Von Braun said it is or will it be in the “official” location?

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