If you've been following my blogs for the past few days, you'll be aware of the fact that I've been concentrating on a variety of space-and-UFO-related stories that in my opinion form a necessary backdrop and context from which to view President Obama's recent executive order concerning space weather. And it has been a strange concoction indeed, from Wikileaks emails dumps to the macabre and bizarre death of Max Spiers, a British UFO researcher who also investigated occult connections, and died in a manner suggesting occult aspects were at work, and so on. Today's ingredient in this soup is the following story, shared by many readers of this website:

Scientists plan to create 'Asgardia' nation state in space

I've blogged previously about the European (Franco-German) Space Agency's plans to build a permanent space station at the neutral point of gravity between the Earth and the Moon, and I strongly suspect this story is connected to that.

When reading this article, something leaped out at me, and I hope it did you as well. Consider the implications of the following:

A group of scientists is launching what they say will be a new pacifist nation-state in space.

Asgardia "will become a place in orbit which is truly 'no man's land'," its website says.

The new "nation" aims to launch its first satellite late next year and hopes to one day be recognised by the UN.

But some experts have cast doubt on the viability of the plan, given international law prohibits national sovereignty claims in outer space.


Professor Sa'id Mosteshar, director of the London Institute of Space Policy and Law, cast doubt on the idea that Asgardia would be recognised under international law.

"The Outer Space Treaty… accepted by everybody says very clearly that no part of outer space can be appropriated by any state," he said.

Given Asgardia will not be associated with a self-governing territory, with its 'citizens' remaining on earth, its prospects for recognition are slim, he added.

I suspect that Professor Mosteshar might not be perceiving what is the implicit argument behind the founding of "Asgardia," and it is something that I have argued in previous blogs, namely, that the global centralization project seems to have run into some difficulty here on earth, with the BREXIT vote, other European nations now increasingly voicing opposition to the whole EU project, and also with the Trump campaign's "Americanism not Globalism" slogan. Globalization is in my opinion an inevitability. But the globalists have managed to convince many - without much by way of real argument - that this requires a massive global central government, which, of course, will be massively unresponsive to cultural and regional needs, much less to local conditions and markets. As a result, I argued that the centralizers, the classic "Mr. Global," were opting for a "top down" approach, i.e., one rooted in space.

Enter Asgardia.

While current space treaties do indeed prohibit the extension of Earth-bound national sovereignties, they do not seem to me to exclude sovereignties of different sorts, namely (1) corporate sovereignties, and (2) the establishment of a "national" sovereignty not tied to any Earth-based nation, but in fact, established ab origine in space itself, which is what the Asgardia approach seems to be suggesting.

More to the point, recall yesterday's blog regarding the Wikileaks email dumps of emails between disclosure advocate and former Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell, and campaign director for Darth Hillary, John Podesta. You'll recall that Mitchell was arguing that "non-violent ETIs" were demanding a stop to human violence in return for the sharing of zero point energy technology, a statement with all sorts of problems, as I outlined yesterday. I won't rehearse those points again here. But taking Mr. Mitchell's statements and claims at face value, the establishment of a totally pacificistic "space nation" could be taken as an attempt to address those concerns prima facie.

And that, indeed, is not only today's high octane speculation, but that indeed may be the hidden point of the exercise.

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. DanaThomas on November 7, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    Eye of Horus on “Asgardia” artwork:

  2. Dan on October 29, 2016 at 8:40 pm

    it won’t fly. It’s just a hyperthetical created to hang a bunch of new legislation on.

  3. Dan on October 29, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    Had to get the pope to declare it “terra Nullius” first.

  4. Centauri on October 26, 2016 at 3:16 am

    Sorry to break it to ya, grounded earth-human scientists… but this plan will be irrelevant. The path is so much weirder! (as I commented in “WIKILEAKS, THE VATICAN, AND COVERT SPACE WARS” article.)

    With all these events moving forward, you will see a lot of short-sighted plans dashed.

    Anyways, I appreciate the website, good Doctor!

  5. goshawks on October 25, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    The first thing that JUMPED out at me from the article is “Babylon 5” ! This ‘Asgardia’ station’s purpose could almost be a repeat of the ‘mission statement’ in the opening of B5 episodes. Somebody is FINALLY listening…

    babylon5 dot wikia dot com/wiki/Babylon_5_(TV_series)

    Of course, there will be disputes over power and sovereignty. I submit this as a possible outcome:
    youtube dot com/watch?v=tFvkgfBXHPA
    And just because it feels right:
    youtube dot com/watch?v=RaSmassvv4w

    And what it’s REALLY all about:
    youtube dot com/watch?v=eoMvQni4ET8
    youtube dot com/watch?v=K-5S9PTOhZ8
    youtube dot com/watch?v=nUR0HcJIhjU

    • goshawks on October 25, 2016 at 7:49 pm

      Kahlypso, you were right! (grin) I posted the above before reading your comment. I still stand by my ‘take’ on this subject…

  6. Vomito Blanco on October 25, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    If anybody is stupid enough to want to live in a tin can out in space, let them. It seems like a great way to cull the species of nitwits. Plenty of great places to live on planet Earth once you get out of the cities. In fact, Earth really isn’t a bad place to live. You can still find arable land, clean water, good live music, native bass and trout, frisky milkmaids, and relatively clean air in pretty much most of the northern hemisphere and good chunks of the of the Southern hemisphere. (I haven’t felt the impact of chemtrail heavy metals and nanobots but maybe their detrimental effects on my brain are apparent to those reading this comment.) I figure the only people who are really hard pressed for better living conditions are the Chinese, Africans, and some of the Pacific and Caribbean Islanders. I can’t imagine the average Chinese person is fantasizing about living in an orbital space station. They are wisely setting their sights on all that great land caucasians are taking for granted and figuring out ways to occupy it, or just moving the Africans out (who could possibly be hoodwinked into living on a space station but I don’t think even they are that dumb). The desire to live on a space station is the special domain of the perennially gloomy caucasian hipsters and chicken littles and the occasional megalomaniacal nazi or bankster who wants to oversee his Earth plantation from above. I say: encourage these sad sacks to flee the planet. The joke is on them.

  7. Pellevoisin on October 25, 2016 at 4:38 pm

    At first glance this is a plan for the future, but as we have experienced we are told of things that already exist after the fact. To put it plainly, this space-based nation already exists.

    ‘Asgardia’ has its obvious links with Asgard of Norse mythology, but I think it is most important with reference to the role of Asgard in Nazi ideology and especially the mystical rites of the SS. When I hear “Asgardia” I hear the Nazi International in space.

    ‘Asgarida’ is an entirely inappropriate name for a nation state of pacifists. All in all I think it portends ‘something wicked this way comes’.

  8. DownunderET on October 25, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    All this wind about space excludes all the problems with humans living in space.
    Until they solve the medical problems with humans on extended stays in space, there isn’t going to be any “colonization” or space countries or whatever.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 25, 2016 at 5:58 pm

      Enter Transhumanism and/or; be downloaded that newest factory model/buy now and get a free trip to Europa.

      • Nidster - on October 26, 2016 at 9:21 pm


  9. DanaThomas on October 25, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    There is a wee inconsistency here, “Asgard” being a warriors’ paradise if I remember my mythology.
    Ah, yes, pacifist… a word that produces a nice”woolly” feeling without actually saying anything, the standby for generations of fruitless (and largely controlled) opposition to the military-industrial complex.
    For these people, somebody in Italy has thought up a take on the word “pacifisti” (pacifists): “pacifinti” which translates as “paci-fakes”.

  10. Kahlypso on October 25, 2016 at 11:21 am

    I cant remember which thread on the website that the Lightshow holograms program was being branded about in.. (I need to sleep..) But I’ve seen this paper floating about.
    Looks like conspiracy theories and complots were being investigated and ‘gauged’ back in 2011. Perhaps it was (wetwork..) groundwork to prepare the upcoming shock and awe operations.
    Its makes sense.. If you’re gonna change the world, at least use enablers that people are going to understand and believe…

  11. Daryl Davis on October 25, 2016 at 11:12 am

    So many of these issues represent classic two-sided coins. On the one side of our Asgardia coin we might spy the ugly bust of a sociopath elite; while on the other, the benevolent symbol for an advanced alien federation. The same could be said for globalism generally: one might see either our overdue transition to a non-nationalist, non-materialistic citizenry of space or, conversely, only our unstoppable and oppressive preparation for total subjugation to the “elites”.

    But is this now or has it ever been a simple game of chance, i.e., the flipping of a coin? Perhaps while the nasty elites scheme and at times triumph at their standard chess, multi-dimensional players view it all from so advantageous a perspective that they might easily turn each elite advance into an advance for all humanity.

    Witness the internet: whatever the plans of the elite may have been for it, unquestionably we’ve received far more benefit from its consequent proliferation of truth than any benefit accrued to the elites from a monitoring of our facebook friends. Naturally the “good intentions” of the elite should always be doubted. Yet it just may be that the road to our salvation will be paved with their bad intentions.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 25, 2016 at 5:49 pm

      The Deep State is planning a cyber attack.
      Of course, all the usual suspects will be rounded up.
      Russia is guilty in some form or another; probably on page two of the Cyber Attack script.
      Solutions on page 7 thru 11 will be initiated….
      to protect the internet for all of humanity.

      • Daryl Davis on October 25, 2016 at 6:31 pm

        I suspect the same, Robert. Either they’ll use an attack to nullify the election if it looks like Trump might win or they’ll bring it down after Hillary’s victory as cover for their own plunder of our bank accounts. thus justifying Hillary’s declaration of war against Russia. But none of this erases the truth the internet has already provided so many. Even if the internet were to disappear altogether, it would still have been better to have logged in and lost than never to have logged in at all.

        • Robert Barricklow on October 26, 2016 at 10:55 am

          And there are those within their infamous organizations that will fight for information to be open sourced – available of, by & for all.

    • goshawks on October 25, 2016 at 7:57 pm

      Daryl: Yep, I suspect that “multi-dimensional players” are in the woodworks. The game-field is much broader than the elite would care to recognize…

  12. Robert Barricklow on October 25, 2016 at 10:43 am

    Pacifist nation-state.
    Read: Corporate Fascism.
    No Mans Land
    Read: Inhuman
    One day to usurp & replace the UN.
    This will be PMC central for control over the vassal territories on Earth below.

  13. OrigensChild on October 25, 2016 at 10:31 am

    Asgardia as: “A group of scientists is launching what they say will be a new pacifist nation-state in space.”

    I’m sure the Trojans thought the same thing about a certain horse until the time came for it to empty! A state such as that would have a better military industrial complex than any terrestrial based government. Remember how effective the Versailles Treaty was during the intermission period between WW act 1 and WW act 2? Now imagine that in space masquerading as a UN approved state…

    • Kahlypso on October 25, 2016 at 11:09 am

      Hello OC – The Treaty Of Versaille was a joke, used by a very bitter Clemenceau to humiliate and crush the vanquished German side. If Clemenceau hadnt been part of that Treaty process, I dont believe that Hitler would have been able to come to power in Germany?.
      The Horse?? Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes

      • OrigensChild on October 25, 2016 at 3:44 pm

        Based on my own studies the Treaty of Versailles did nothing to curb the rebuild of Germany’s war machine. Germany farmed all of that out to various nation states with whom they were allied during the intermission of that sad play. We can never be certain of Germany’s plans for its rebuilt military had Hitler not come to power. But we do know that by the time Hitler came to power and implemented his economic reforms, Germany emerged as a major power in the region with a military strong enough to defend their goals if necessary. If you apply this same logic to the Asgardia project imagine what kind of military industrial complex can be constructed in local space. Asgardia is only an interface for peaceful purposes as defined by force of arms.

        • Kahlypso on October 27, 2016 at 10:40 am

          Hi OC – I agree, its Hitler (and his very competent staff…)who rebuilt the industrial complex that enabled him to wage war on Europe and Russia.. I’m saying that Hitler would never have gotten into power if the Treaty of Versailles had NOT been written, It was a scandalous piece of wet towel flicking on bare geman buttocks by the French. Hitler would never have come into popular opinion if the ToV hadnt proverbially pooped on the Germans from above.

  14. marcos toledo on October 25, 2016 at 9:56 am

    Elysium anybody the getaway for the escapes from Braking The Time Barrier. The breakaway civilization coming out of the closet finally nuking-biological-chemical warfaring the rest of us into extinction. I doubt whoever behind this project are really freedom lovers and care about the rights of the common people.

  15. Kahlypso on October 25, 2016 at 5:58 am

    As a sidenote Dr Farrel, following your blog about Bayer/ Monsanto.
    Have you seen this info?
    Standing up against the big corporate mondial master and his OGM crops..
    I suspect several politicans in Wallonie will soon be discovered to be pedophiles (Marc Dutronc came from Charleroi , we’ve seen his name noted with Pedophilia rings in this blog recently) and satan worshippers as well.. Or they will suicide themselves with multiple gunshot wounds. That way they can be shoved to the side and fed to the (media) lions. Get CETA back on track for Canada.

  16. WalkingDead on October 25, 2016 at 5:55 am

    Hmmm, Asgardia is far too close to “Asgard”, the home of the “gods”, for comfort. Is this some subliminal way of informing us of something? Space is, after all, the high ground.

    • Kahlypso on October 25, 2016 at 6:00 am

      Yeh, they’ve already named the shuttle service Hoarfrost and the Ice Giants are already on their way.

  17. Kahlypso on October 25, 2016 at 5:55 am

    I can see Goshawks going into Babylon 5 -gasm already 🙂 Have you seen the artists rendering on the BBC website? It looks like a Faschist Rod of Black Death. Even the Emporor from Star Wars wouldnt have gone that much Grimdark.
    Nice things on this info :

    “This crowdfunding aspect suggests the group’s founders “don’t have any real credible business plan”, Professor Mosteshar said.
    On the legal aspects, Dr Ashurbeiyli says he wants to create a “new judicial reality in space”.”

    I can see this thing getting shot out of the sky by giant lasers as it goes past the sodium layer..The business men or the bankers wont let this project happen the way that the concepteurs think it should happen..

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