As I said in last Thursday's News and Views from the Nefarium when I commented on the strange article titled "Vladimir Putin: George Soros wanted 'Dead or Alive,'" this has been one of the very strangest weeks I've ever had running this website and receiving articles from readers and listeners. As most people who are regular readers here are already aware, my blogs are largely "community driven," i.e., they're commentaries on articles that people find and send me. This week I've been receiving some of the strangest collection of articles in the years I've been doing this. And as often happens, occasionally articles that people send me will cluster around "themes and memes."

This week was one of the strangest in this respect as articles have tended to cluster around a number of bizarre stories involving technology, space, and so on, and within this subset, so many people sent articles about police roadblocks stopping people and then taking swabs of their DNA, under obvious duress and implied use of force, that one has to wonder what is going on and why, so my high octane speculation of the day (really high, as we'll see in a moment) is focused on this strange phenomenon.

Here's just a few versions of the stories people sent (and again, a big thank you to all of you sending and sharing articles):

Here's another:

Police are routinely building up private DNA databases

Of course, there's the disturbing trend of just stopping people and asking them to "voluntarily" supply their DNA, which is then entered into what has become an increasing trend: local police DNA databses:

Over the last decade, collecting DNA from people who are not charged with — or even suspected of — any particular crime has become an increasingly routine practice for police in smaller cities not only in Florida, but in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and North Carolina as well.

While the largest cities typically operate public labs and feed DNA samples into the FBI’s national database, cities like Melbourne have assembled databases of their own, often in partnership with private labs that offer such fast, cheap testing that police can afford to amass DNA even to investigate minor crimes, from burglary to vandalism.

This is clearly a fourth amendment issue, for the whole point of the Bill of Rights was to recognize and acknowledge an individual's God-given right to be secure in their property and person from unwarranted "seach and seizure." Obviously, a man in a uniform representing the power of the state, armed with billy clubs, guns, and tazers, and asking for a sample of your DNA is intimidating, to say the least. Notably, as the articles point out, the targets, for the moment, seem to be teenagers.

Additionally, the articles imply that part of this collection activity is in aid not only of solving crimes, but in aid of solving crimes not yet even committed, invoking Philip K. Dick's nightmarish scenario of a "Department of Pre-Crime", made a film with actor Tom Cruise and veteran Swedish actor Max von Sydow, Minority Report. Let's face it, a teenager being confronted by police asking to donate some DNA is not acting without duress, regardless of all the niceties that and rationalizations that are offered to justify the practice.

But could there be another, even deeper agenda here, one that they're not talking about?

My penchant for high octane speculation suspects there is, and it is even suggested by the father of one teenaged boy who "consented" to allow police to take a DNA sample:

When Adam’s father found out the police had taken his son’s DNA, he immediately contacted the Melbourne Police Department to ask what the department intended to do with the sample and on what legal basis it had been taken. As a doctor, he understood what had happened could have far-reaching implications.

“My concern, being in the medical field, is that it’s not just Adam’s DNA,” he said. (ProPublica is withholding his name to protect the privacy of his son.) “It’s my DNA, it’s my wife’s DNA, and our parents. Not to sound bad, but you just get nervous. There’s some collateral damage there.” (Emphasis added)

Precisely: a  build-out of hundreds if not thousands of "local law enforcement DNA databases" would give enormous insight into the history of various genotypes and haplogroups, in short, unique insight into various bloodlines, genetic pre-dispositions to certain types of diseases, and provide an enormous pool of information not only for medical treatments, but for its opposite: genetically-targeted bio-weapons.

But there is, I suspect, an even deeper layer and this is where our high octane speculation goes "orbital" and gets "way out there." As I've said publicly on a number of occasions, most recently at last year's "Secret Space Conference" in Bastrop, Texas, the proliferation of genetic sequencing technologies and the development of "in-the-field" sequencing technologies gives yet a new twist to the phenomenon. For the spread of the practice suggests that they are "looking for something," and that something, I suspect and suggest, are genetic markers that would confirm, or deny, those ancient stories of the "gods" mingling with "men" and producing modern man. Those ancient texts suggest that we have (or at least, had) "genetic cousins" out there, and moreover, suggest that in some respects at least "they" look like us walk like us and talk like us. There are even indications in some of those texts that some of "them" stayed behind to "watch" humanity.

If one wanted to test this hypothesis, or if one suspected its truth and wanted to track potential "candidates" for such "genetic infiltration," compiling such databases would be essential, and random stops would be the way to do it. Additionally, if one suspected hostile intention from such individuals against the human population, or conversely, wanted to invent a targeted genetic weapon against them, again such a database would be essential.

Of course, all of this is wild and woolly speculation, and the fourth amendment and department of "pre-crime" issues alone are enough to make one question the practice. But I strongly suspect there is much more going on here than meets the eye, or the easy-breezy "law enforcement" explanations we've been given. After all, if one wanted to compile a global database for more occulted purposes, then the way to do it without raising suspicion would be to do it at a local level, without apparent coordination, as if this were just the latest thing in law enforcement.

See you on the flip side...


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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. Vomito Blanco on September 20, 2016 at 9:35 am

    If DNA can be used for information storage, perhaps the blueprints for the advanced technology of high antiquity have been encoded into human DNA for safekeeping. Possibly our owners/creators did this in a last ditch effort to save important information right before they left/escaped the planet for whatever reason. Maybe someone like Tesla was merely accessing technological information encoded onto his DNA.

  2. Kahlypso on September 19, 2016 at 9:00 am

    (Dont know if these are viable and trustworthy sources.. but I like to believe that they might be..:

    1990 (or somewhere aropund that time..)

    The Human Genome Project. Finished in 2003….

    “Researchers who worked for 13 years in the Human Genome Project indicate that they came across an amazing scientific discovery: They believe that the so-called 97% of non-coding sequences in the human DNA is nothing less than the genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms. Originally referred to as “Junk DNA” its functioned remained a mystery for researchers. Now researchers believe that our DNA is extraterrestrial in origin.” (http://www.ancient-code.com/scientists-have-found-an-alien-code-in-our-dna-ancient-engineers/)

    This appeared in April 2013 :


    Febuary 2014 :


  3. mercuriAl on September 18, 2016 at 9:29 am

    “THREE bags, fool!”

    – B.A. Baracus to “Howling Mad” Murdock

  4. emlong on September 17, 2016 at 10:47 pm

    These on the fly field grabbed swabs look like surveys of populations which have been exposed to something local and ambient,say, radiation, chemtrail fallout, an exotic herpes breakout among teenagers, or whatever.

    • Roger on September 18, 2016 at 10:48 am

      Good one. I didn’t think of that but it makes a lot of sense. They may indeed be tracking a hidden epidemic or the results of a secret bio-weapons delivery success rate test.

  5. enki-nike on September 17, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    they are looking for the genetic “sleepers” who will be activated when the apocalypse comes

  6. Robert Barricklow on September 17, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Another tool in Global’s Gotham’s bag of tricks.
    [Season 2 is turning out to be as good; if not better than 1]

  7. Roger on September 17, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    I suspect the DNA data base will be used mostly for solving crimes where DNA evidence is left behind. But likely they will also look for genetic markers in common for certain types of criminals for potential pre crime prediction technology that augments the detailed from cradle to death full spectrum data being collected on everyone. Also they will likely use this info for everything imaginable such as genetic markers for intelligence, genetic disease, life expectancy, and ects. Once the data collected gets accurate enough lobbiests for insurance companies will likely use it to determine insurance rates. Government may use it to slowly weed out undesireables through forced medications and forced universal medical coverage for everyone. It may even be used to determine who can have kids and who can’t in the future without us being aware they are abusing it in this way. Once an AI tells the doctors what medicine they must prescribe and from what manufacturer who secretly adds secret ingredients for different brands, some of which may slowly sterilize certain individuals with certain genetic markers who would know. If you can think of the abuse and total control; you can bet someone is plotting just that somewhere in the world or power structure.

    • DanaThomas on September 18, 2016 at 3:27 am

      Yes, “following the money” will certainly explain much of this.

  8. Pellevoisin on September 17, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    My speculation on this topic runs like this … somewhere, out there our governments have run into a civilisation of beings who look like us and in many ways act like us, but no treaty or agreement can be reached until we prove that we share genetic markers or sequences. So our governments are hunting madly to assemble a record of such genetic information for the purpose of establishing a permanent diplomatic and economic relationship with this civilisation of beings who look like us and act like us … and who could protect us from potential aggressors as well as potential interstellar disasters.

  9. goshawks on September 17, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    I have been suspicious about DNA work ever since I walked out of Rosslyn Chapel, across the small town of Roslin, and physically ended-up at the gate of the company/laboratory that genetically-engineered Dolly the sheep. Something stealthy this way comes…

    My high-octane speculation moves-along the lines Joseph has mentioned. I concur that “genetic markers that would confirm, or deny, those ancient stories of the ‘gods’ mingling with ‘men’ and producing modern man” are the ultimate reason for this DNA-gathering activity. There is a ‘search’ going on, which was ordered from the highest, hidden levels of power.

    My suggestion is that all this DNA collection is for more than ‘database’ purposes. Technology has given ‘us’ the capability to read DNA down to the individual strands. Combine this with the capabilities of CRISPR, a new genome-editing tool, and you get some interesting possibilities.

    What if the PTB are firstly looking to assemble ancient, dispersed DNA into an old ‘template’? (Think of how geneticists are trying to reconstruct a mammoth/mastodon. They are identifying DNA-segments unique to m/m by comparing salvaged-DNA segments to modern elephant DNA.)

    And then secondly, what if they intend to use something like an advanced CRISPR to reconstruct a ‘body’ suitable for holding an Enlil/Enki-type soul? (Think of this as like splicing-in ‘reconstructed’-DNA from m/m into an elephant’s DNA in an embryo, and then implanting this embryo into a host elephant-mother. Any of you remember some old Sumerian cuneiform tablets describing this ‘practice’?)

    (By the way, in one of his last books, Sitchen pointed-out where to find the ancient DNA for comparison. It turns out that there is a full-blooded (or at least half-blooded) Anunnaki ‘goddess’ who was exhumed from a Sumerian gravesite and now resides in a British museum. There is your ancient DNA ‘template’…)

    • DownunderET on September 17, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      I’m with you Gosh, the Anunnaki dna is the key to our hidden history, and I suspect that their are people who know this is the case. There are two things that we need to find out, one is to unlock the secret of the universe (CERN), and the other is where we all came from (DNA), and both are being hunted down albeit very secretly.

  10. goshawks on September 17, 2016 at 1:07 pm

    Sandygirl’s comment is out of moderation, and hits the nail on the head. I can see why it was ‘delayed’. Enjoy! (Apologies to SG if this was inappropriate.)


    • Sandygirl on September 18, 2016 at 1:33 pm

      Thanks Goshawks, sometimes it’s so obvious how hard they try to feed us fear and hate and they feed off that negative energy. And I know it sounds too simple and easy but they could not use the opposite, heart energy. It’s why we enjoy spending time in nature, to escape those negative vibes. The universal laws are peace and harmony. Dr. Farrell has taken me down many dark rabbit holes but also new spiritual concepts.

      • goshawks on September 19, 2016 at 1:32 am

        Two thumbs up. Correct!

  11. Jon on September 17, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Hospitals have also been collecting DNA as a regular part of their “intake” practice for several years. While they do ask for permission in some places, most people are unaware of the consequences and think that they have to agree to everything the hospital wants (like a software end user agreement or EULA) or they won’t be treated. (Which in some cases is true.)

    Combined with the massive push to electronic medical records (most of the software for which is extremely poor quality), it is clear that “they” are trying to build huge databases to track people’s health, ostensibly to create AI doctors to “free up” regular medical doctors from simple, routine complaints (yeah, right). Highly trained medical professionals like doctors and nurses now spend up to 90 percent of their time doing data entry (a low level computer task) instead of direct patient care. Real smart use of resources (sarcasm dripping from my keyboard).

    I will also add that a huge percentage of hospitals in the US are owned by the Catholic Church, through its corporate spin-offs. (In my part of the country, medical professionals refer to one such corporate group as “The Sisters of Profit.”) Make of that what you will.

    It is astonishing to me that Americans would even begin to allow such blatant tyranny, but decades of careful psy-war programming are turning the population into dim-witted slaves.

    I am have been absolutely awe-struck by how readily people these days accept such hugely anti-American things as torture and incarceration without due process. I guess Flexner’s schools have done their job well.

    The idea of such genetic and biochemical markers required to run certain technology was explored in depth in the SG-1 franchise. There was “the Ancient Gene,” which was required to run certain Ancient technology (not the stargates, though), and there also Goa’uld technologies which required either a strong concentration of a certain mineral in the blood, or protein markers carried by someone who had been “blended” with a Goa’uld symbiote (a snake-like creature that invades the body of a human and wraps around the upper end of the spinal column to control the brain of the “host”).

    Only a certain percentage of the population on Earth had the Ancient Gene, and everyone in the Stargate program was tested so that this could be part of their records, in case someone was needed to operate certain equipment.

    Sound familiar? Remember that every script was “cleared” by the “Pentagram” before the show was produced, ostensibly to make sure the military protocols were presented in an accurate manner. (Like the producer’s couldn’t hire a retired military officer for that.) Also, two very prominent Air Force generals actually had roles (with lines) in some of the episodes, and the Navy was very helpful in the making of one of the movies (letting them use a sub in the Arctic).

    Which, interestingly enough, did not prevent them from exploring serious problems within the context of politics and the military, and there were definitely plenty of negative military (and political) characters. Their handling of very serious (as in end-of-the-world serious) themes about our favorite breakaway civilization topics was pretty good for TV, and I still recommend the TV franchise for a good look at how such a group would develop and operate. I have toyed with writing a white paper on that subject.

    One of these days, I am going to break down and buy the whole franchise on DVD for Joseph.

    • Phil the Thrill on September 17, 2016 at 1:27 pm

      Nice post, Jon. There is actually some good TV out there. I don’t think any show will ever touch “The Twilight Zone”, although “Archer” and “Ash vs Evil Dead” are both pretty awesome.

      County jails have been collecting DNA since the mid-90s. Don’t ask me how I know. Also, drug screens for menial jobs these days are done via swab, which doubles as a DNA grab. Don’t ask me how I know that, either. I’ve never been to the pokey and I don’t have to work for a living ;^)

    • goshawks on September 17, 2016 at 2:45 pm

      Jon, I believe that the “Stargate” franchise was the “Star Trek” (original series) of the 1990s. I mean this in an advancing-the-species, get-out-the-meme, getting-past-the-censors sense. Whether this was in a ‘white hat’ way, as I believe the original “Star Trek” series was, should be determined in the near future…

    • Neru on September 18, 2016 at 8:50 am

      Ah… Stargate SG1 and Babylon 5. Fond memories revisited. Thanks, you are giving me ideas to visit my dvd storage and revisit memory lane after blowing the cobwebs away.

  12. Neru on September 17, 2016 at 11:28 am

    There might be a lot of “intelligences” out there somewhere but intelligences within a biological body?

    Of late I am wary of that proposition that space is teaming with physical aliens circling/observing planet earths inhabitants.

    So literally “genetic cousins” makes the most sense even if time has made it long years in separation of being on earth because of an ancient war. The parasites would be interested in those “cousins” most certainly. Gather info by any means sounds logical.

    • Dan on September 18, 2016 at 4:54 pm

      Probably nothing out there but ghosts and bones. I imagine it’s the ghosts we gotta worry about.
      The cops are just doing a little market research.
      All these drugs ain’t gonna sell themselves you know.

  13. marcos toledo on September 17, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Just the latest technology of controlling the livestock. And ridding themselves of pests and uncontrollable throwbacks of us domesticated chattel. This has always been a slave empire is just more in the open now they don’t have to hide it anymore.

  14. WalkingDead on September 17, 2016 at 7:46 am

    No doubt, they are looking for something specific. What that might be is anyone’s guess. Ancient texts from around the world, along with oral traditions, myths, and legends all have a somewhat common theme about “those who from Heaven to earth came” be they Anunnaki, Fallen An gels, etc. As I have often said, disclosure occurred millennia ago, so there is no real need for it today. We have never been alone.
    Gene drive technology is somewhat new and has the potential to be used as a weapon. It’s also extremely dangerous to the environment, as they have no idea how genetically modified organisms will ultimately effect the food chain; or what genetic mutations will occur once these modified organisms are released into the environment.
    Taking DNA samples from the masses probably wont net them what they may be seeking very quickly. Acquiring them from certain families, who tend to interbreed, and who have the means to be “above the law”, might net them that data a bit faster. Anyone left behind to “watch” and “direct” humanity along certain paths would need to be in positions to do so. Good luck with obtaining DNA samples from those who believe they have a “divine right to rule”. Should there be aliens recently among us, I’m sure they have the means to avoid such obvious traps.

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