While all this hacking and cyber warfare and geopolitical "tectonic shifts" have been going on "down here" on terra firma, there has been some off stuff going on "up there", not the least of which has been another meteor over Russia, and an obsolescent US satellite breaking up in orbit. These stories were shared by so many here I cannot mention them all, but I want to talk about these two stories in conjunction with each other in our daily dose of high octane speculation:

Another U.S. Air Force Weather Satellite Just Broke Up in Orbit

Now, before we turn to this story and to the Russian space news this week, recall the strange context of space news over the past few weeks:

(1) Major General Igor Konshenkov, commander of Russian forces in Syria, stated that the anti-missile and air defense systems in that country were now fully operational, and that their range would be a "surprise" against any and all "unidentified flying objects", a carefully chosen phrase that could mean either (a) unidentified human aircraft entering Syrian airspace, or (b) the more commonly accepted idea of "UFOs";

(2) The Iraqi transportation minister, a fan of the works of Zechariah Sitchen, stated in a press conference that Iraq was home to "alien space ports" thousands of years ago;

(3) A Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman stated that continued US meddling in the Middle East would have "tectonic" consequences, a choice of language that, like Konshenkov's, could be taken either in a prosaic sense of rhetorical hyperbole, or in a literal sense as implying the existence of "tectonic" weaponry, i.e., earthquake weaponry and warfare;

(4) the Wikileaks release of strange emails that included correspondence allegedly between former Apollo astronaut, the late Edgar Mitchell, and John Podesta, about "space wars," a story closely followed by

(5) the recent "release" of a strategy study allegedly done for the Clinton campaign by the Benenson group, which included, strangely, a reference to staging a mock alien invasion in order to support the Clinton campaign. While I am strongly inclined to view the story as a hoax, it is nevertheless "out there" in cyberspace, and notably, no less strange than the very real statements of General Konshenkov, the Iraqi transportation minister, and the very real Wikileaks emails. Thus, contextually, these might argue for the authenticity of the Benenson story.

With this backdrop and context in mind, let us now look at the satellite story:

A third U.S. Air Force weather satellite that launched more than 20 years ago has broken up in orbit, Air Force Space Command disclosed Monday evening.

Air Force officials confirmed the breakup of the long-retired Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 12 satellite (DMSP F-12) after the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, detected an additional object orbiting alongside the 22-year-old satellite.
(Emphasis added)

There seems to be an attempt here by the Joint Space Operations Center to connect the breakup of the old weather satellite to the presence of this "additional object orbiting alongside the 22-year old satellite," without coming right out and saying this explicitly. If so, then there are three basic ways to interpret the statement: (1) the "additional object" was American, and thus, the breakup of the satellite was intentional, and meant to demonstrate an extraordinary American anti-satellite warfare capability, or (2) the "additional object was not American, but some other great power demonstrating its capability against an obsolscent American satellite. The problem with this view is that this would be an act of war, and would demand some form of American retaliation. The powers that be might be inclined to keep such an event secret, and retaliate "in kind" at some future date. Nonetheless, this interpretation remains problematic. Finally, there is the third possibility: (3) the "additional object" was either from some unknown terrestrial group, or from some "ET" presence. Again, this possibility means that the destruction of the satellite could be construed as an act of war, or as a demonstration of "capability."

Which brings us to the second strange space story of the past few days: the Russian meteor:

The Truth is Out There? Glowing Meteor Crashes in Siberia, Sparks UFO Rumors

While there is much about this incident that reminds one of the Cleyabinsk meteor incident, what is intriguing here is that the event took place on October 25th, during the same period during which Russia staged the second massive aerospace attack drill:

HUGE Air Drill, Over 130 Command Centers in Russia, CIS on Alert

This caught my eye, and fueled my high octane speculation, for a very simple reason: while most of the western press - including its alternative media - have been hyping the drill as a demonstration that Russia is drilling for a nuclear war in fears of a Darthillary victory in this month's election, I strongly suspect that the Russian drills had and entirely different sort of attack in mind: either "rod of God" attacks from space-based kinetic weapons of some terrestrial power, or an "attack" from a "rogue meteorite" that perhaps had been deliberately pulled and directed to Russia. If that sounds far-fetched, recall two things: (1) one prior to the Chelyabinsk meteor incident, then Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev indicated Russia should establish its own asteroid defense system, which asteroids could be taken out by Russian thermonuclear weapons or "other means" which Mr. Medvedev left notably unstated, and (2) the Russian government subsequently to the Chelyabinsk incident not only began to build out that system, but more recently combined the Russian air and space forces into one service branch, the "aerospace" forces, a fact that puts General Konshenkov's statements about "unidentified flying objects" and a "surprising" range of Russian air defense systems into an even more intriguing context.

Thus what I am suggesting is that the recent Russian drill, which occurred in the same time frame as the latest meteor incident over Siberia, was not only about drilling for nuclear war, but was also actually a drill testing its space defense system and planning, and "conveniently" enough, a meteor shows up to reinforce the point, and like the Chelyabinsk meteor, appears to have been exploded in flight. This is, of course, the highest octane of high octane speculations, but it raises other chilling prospects: (1) did the Russian space defense forces stage the meteor event as a demonstration of capability" or conversely (2) did they detect the meteor long ago, and capitalize on the event, again as a demonstration of capability?

And those tectonic shifts that Russia warned about? Recall that last Thursday I talked about Italy's role as "point man" in the EU for Russia. With that in mind, I find it equally highly curious that Italy, always earthquake prone, has recently suffered some strong earthquakes.

Whether those quakes are relevant to the speculation being advanced here time alone can tell.

But there's no denying that the space news this week is odd, and occurs within a context of other space-related stories that have appeared recently, and that give one pause, for in the context of these stories - the strange Benenson "leak", the "Wikileaks" emails, General Konshenkov's statements - it would appear that Russia is trying to send someone strong warnings, and that "someone" might not be just the USSA alone.

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. Blue Dragon Lord on November 3, 2016 at 12:53 am

    A couple of things to remember these so called weather satellites have been systematically attacked for a number of years as reported here and the one linked to HAARP is also named as such plus GPS which is interesting for the vertical power flow so when the twilight zone said we control the horizontal and the vertical it gave someone an idea.

    The Rocky phenomenon those rocks are revered not worshiped it is a race memory from the planet ‘Vulcardia’ which was imploded into what is now the asteroid belt out past Mars which was once a thriving colony but that history is lost only remembered by those who know such things and those meteorites have healing or calming affects once you tune into them for an explanation.

  2. zendogbreath on November 3, 2016 at 12:21 am

    curious on the meteorite watch list. how often do these meteorites get predicted?

    also curious regarding preplanned outcomes – anyone notice the cubs won? and there are two popes? and a woman might be selected ussa president?

    this is gettin creepier by the second.

    some almost mainstreamed news (alex jones and cenk uygur are saying such) is how corrupt killary is while all of the mainstreamed news is saying as much of trump. any gamblers wanna test their theories via their predictive skills?

    what are the odds that killery is selected only to be indicted alongside comey et al and brought down in a watergate 2.0 to make tim kaine the next pres who of course pardons her eventually and goes on to be the globalist puppet we all already know him to be? oh yeh and he makes one of rahm’s brothers the new vp.

    • goshawks on November 3, 2016 at 7:03 pm

      For some reason, I have been watching VP picks this year. Usually, they are purely for votes. This year, they seem more important… (Aaarrgghh!)

  3. Sandygirl on November 2, 2016 at 9:33 pm

    Japan had a fireball meteorite yesterday.

  4. goshawks on November 2, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    As much as I enjoy high octane speculations, the “breakup of the long-retired Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 12 satellite (DMSP F-12)” is probably mundane. The verbiage “the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, detected an additional object orbiting alongside the 22-year-old satellite” almost certainly means the satellite just broke into co-orbital pieces. This can happen if a satellite slowly spins-up due to radiative effects. At some point, solar panels detach and – voilà – an additional object. (It is also slightly-likely for a space-junk collision to ‘cleave’ off parts of a satellite.)

    The nasty little secret ‘up there’ is that USAF cannot currently track objects smaller than a few inches in size. Even a lost screw impacting at 10,000 mph has the kinetic energy of a hand grenade. Only the sheer volume of near-Earth space has prevented massive mayhem. (One USAF nightmare has been for China to just disburse several cubic yards of BBs into low Earth orbit…)

    On the Russian side, according to The Saker, authorities actively expect some major ‘incident’ to happen between now and the US election ON RUSSIAN SOIL. They are ramped-up and on hair-trigger alert. Who can blame them?

    • goshawks on November 2, 2016 at 7:37 pm

      On the spinning-up aspect, it is probably nearly-undetectable to shine an unfocused laser-beam onto one side of a satellite’s solar-cell ‘wings’. Keep it up long-enough, and it would be just like spinning-up a merry-go-round by slapping one-side a lot. A test?

  5. Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    We all know the news is being spooked; the internet, the social media; even the color revolutions via tablets, smartphones, etc., etc.
    Is surprising space is being spooked?
    The question is: cui bono?
    I mean; who cares whose king/queen of the mountain if the elites continue to run these spook shows? That slave wages continue for the masses of political prisoners, continuing to think they’re free.
    These alien spook shows continue to follow Von Braun’s script, to where the black-hated aliens are done in by the white-hat independence-day-saviors, to save the slaves; so they may worship their celebrity/aristocratic gods another day.

  6. marcos toledo on November 2, 2016 at 11:23 am

    There is a episode of the TOS Star Trek that dealt with a pyramid shape structure housing a anti comet-asteroid device. What I don’t get wouldn’t there be a means to deorbit a dead satellite built in in case the satellite malfunction or out live it usefulness. As to not take up space or become space junk just clean after the mission ends instead of leaving all this trash in space.

    • goshawks on November 2, 2016 at 8:18 pm

      marcos, remember that it was a 22-year-old satellite. Plus, it was probably designed another 10+ years before that. This was the Cold War days, when nobody (either side) gave a d@mn about the future. There are other still-fueled satellites (defunct for other reasons) and spent stages like time bombs ready to go…

      Only in the last decade or so has it become ‘fashionable’ to open fuel valves on satellites or stages at the end of their usefulness, deorbit low-orbit satellites, and boost to higher orbit the geostationary satellites. Humans are becoming more ‘ecological’, but it has taken a while…

  7. Roger on November 2, 2016 at 9:55 am

    So we secretly lob meteors at Russia with secret technologies. Then the Russians laugh at us because they already know about that capability and already have a working secret defense against meteors? The orbiting, satellite destroying, stealth space drones I buy for it could very easily be done with existing technology, but lobbing meteorites would mean we already have heavy infrastructure in the outer solar system and I believe if we already had that we would have already gone to war with and defeated Russia and China and everyone else who disagrees with our spoiled rotten oligarchy.

    • goshawks on November 2, 2016 at 7:50 pm

      Or, it takes a while for the Centauri meteor-lobbing ships to get here (B5 reference)…

      • Roger on November 2, 2016 at 9:01 pm

        If our gravitational and electro-magnetic science and long distance measuring and speed estimation instrumentation is accurate and reliable enough it may be possible. I concede something like CERN may be able to temporarily increase our magnetic field strength enough at the right angle and timing of an ideally situated Sun orbiting meteor as it rounds the Sun at a pre-calculated strength to veer it off its natural trajectory and bring it down on top of Russia. The calculations of all the variables of the Earth’s rotation, exact position around the Sun and the speed and trajectory of the meteor would have to be exact. Our ability to turn the Earth’s natural magnetic field strength temporarily into a more super-magnet type strength at the exact strength and time to hit Russia and not us would demand quite a degree of knowledge and ability. Of course there is that tractor beam type tech that may be able to alter gravity and all the laws of physics like the UFO’s seem to do that might also be able to instantly change the speed and trajectory of a meteorite around the Sun to hit exactly where they want on Earth. I guess todays super-computers could possibly pull this off if all the necessary data to calculate was accurate enough and the tech to achieve it was fine tunable enough. If we can do all this we likely can get ET home to anywhere in the Galaxy it may be from.

        • goshawks on November 3, 2016 at 12:22 am

          If ET can control inertia enough to turn on a dime at, say, a few thousand mph, they can certainly control the inertia of an asteroid or comet. Extend your field, or transplant your inertia-engine onto the asteroid/comet for a time…

          Or, it may be snapping-out – or nearly out – of spacetime, and then back in. (Much like the “Battlestar Galactica” Mark2 ships were portrayed as doing.) Just calculate when/where to snap back in, and you have the perfect ‘innocent’ trajectory into a planet…

    • zendogbreath on November 3, 2016 at 12:11 am

      roger, what if the ussa won that clandestine war or a bunch of clandestine wars? what then. you don’t think they’d do something stupid enough to make the next war obsolete do you? openly declaring an honest pax americana and then seeing to that pax? nah. that’d be the end of the endless war meme. and alotta lost revenues. clandestine wars are clandestine for a reason ya know. as are the results.

      • goshawks on November 3, 2016 at 12:49 am

        ZDB, there are some that think some baddies ‘feed’ off of negative emotions. If so, do not expect wars to EVER go away – at least, until we ‘corner’ the feeders…

  8. Daryl Davis on November 2, 2016 at 9:35 am

    That Benenson document, even were it authentic, would still be absurd, at least as it relates to the FIRESIGN program. The document contends that such a false flag UFO operation, if deployed, would provide not only an excuse for the suspension of the US election but, inexplicably, for handing the presidency over to Hillary. Yea, good luck with that.

    I couldn’t imagine Putin pulling a meteor down upon his own nation just to demonstrate Russia’s defensive capabilities. He’s not that reckless. It’s also doubtful that the Russians would have officially announced the need for development of such defenses unless they already had just that or something far better (like alien support, e.g. the Facebook satellite killer.)

    Further, it seems likely that any intended implication that the old weather satellite was intentionally destroyed should be interpreted not as a “limited hangout” of U.S. space capabilities, which the Russians no doubt suspect or already know of anyway, but as very petulant display of neo-con recklessness — of their capacity to stage a space attack against their own nation’s assets and blame it upon the Russians, thereby justifying an all-out assault on Russian space assets.

  9. Kahlypso on November 2, 2016 at 9:17 am

    Dr Farrel, seeing as the Pyramid seems to have been made after the last shifting of the poles, or tectonic shift (otherwise how could it be aligned so perfectly to the stars and constellations.) I mean, the only thing I can think of that needs to be so exact, would be a directed energy weapon.. If you’re firing it off into space, you need to be sure that its starting from a fixed point, and be sure that where you’re hitting will be there when you fire. (which may explain the fascination with dates and calenders of ancient cultures..) Couple this into what apepars to be more and more evidence that lots of craters in the solar system were caused by direct voltage.. a LOT of it. Could the Pyramid have been an anti metorite weapons system? Which may explain why they are all over the world?
    Oh And when I said that I’m sure that there are Pyramids under the Antartic Ice, I swear I didnt know that this clickbait has been floating around since 2012…. Now this story gets debunked because… Antartica is cold and people can t live there… Ok, now go further back in time and entertain the idea that that land mass wasnt at the south pole to begin with.. But I’m sure that there a lots of Pyramids AND goldmines down there. Not mountains hiding as Pyramids.. Before the floods, before Antartica was encased in Ice,

    • Kahlypso on November 2, 2016 at 9:24 am

      mein gott in himmel.. sneaked one past the modobot..

  10. WalkingDead on November 2, 2016 at 8:23 am

    One other “tidbit” to add to this high octane speculation would be the four 500+ day secret “missions” of the X-37B reusable “space plane” which I’m sure Russia and others have been monitoring from Earth. I seriously doubt that it has just been “floating” out there doing nothing.
    It may not be Russia demonstrating the capability to take out satellites in orbit and my gut says it’s not “ET” or the USSA government either but some “other party” which has space based capabilities of which we are not fully aware.
    Russia may be demonstrating their capability to take them out as they come in, as suggested, which tends to favor the “drill at the same time as an actual attack” meme we’ve been seeing over the last few years so favored by the deep state here in the USSA for its’ gun control agenda.

  11. Kahlypso on November 2, 2016 at 8:12 am

    Im in the same state of mind about the bennessen ‘leaks’ as Dr Farrel.
    It ‘seems’ fake… Whilst its plausible that the leak was printed out on old stationary.. I find it hard to believe that the group would be that laxist about their ‘image’ that they would head the stationary with an old logo.
    I mean.. What was the exit strategy for this?? In comes HRC to save the day from the evil Greys/Elohim/Annunaki/Martians? And.. then?? Wont people start asking questions when there are no ‘ennemie’ bodies to put on display.. No (alien) skulls mounted on the wall to show how we mananged to overcome the mighty alien invasion??

    • Don B on November 2, 2016 at 4:03 pm

      Khalypso You left out the tall Nordics. Shame. ha

  12. Vomito Blanco on November 2, 2016 at 8:10 am

    I thought the Clinton’s did stage an alien invasion to support their campaign? There will be added millions of Mexican, African and Middle Eastern immigrants voting for Hillary this election.

    • WalkingDead on November 2, 2016 at 10:30 am


    • Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2016 at 12:45 pm

      I second that.

    • Lost on November 2, 2016 at 9:28 pm


      So implicit there is that immigrants shouldn’t be allowed to vote, especially if they have dark skin?

      Only immigrants from say Germany should be allowed to vote?

  13. Vomito Blanco on November 2, 2016 at 8:06 am

    Or, ( 3) The Russians are successfully eavesdropping on the Pentagon and got wind of the meteor attack in advance?

    • Vomito Blanco on November 2, 2016 at 8:48 am

      Curious that in the latest Bond movie “Spectre” Blofeld prominently displays a giant black meteor in the center of his evil lair. What if those black goo theorists are right, and we are actually under attack by a sentient mineral compound from outer space which are elites are in service to? Interesting that a Hindu ashram I occasionally visit has a a small black meteor that sits prominently in the center of the meditation room and is propitiated by the pilgrims and ashram residents alike. I always felt a little uneasy around the black meteor and it was only when I finally prostrated before it that the unease went away. The next day I donated a substantial amount of my wealth to the ashram. I have dreamt of the black rock from time to time. Sometimes I feel like it is calling me, actually whispering to me. I asked my priest at my community church if inanimate objects such as a rock could be possessed and he said emphatically not. He then showed me the small black rock that sits under the church altar and grinned knowingly. I rushed home, slightly unnerved, and turned on my tv in the hopes of escaping my confusing thoughts. To my utter surprise, the first thing I saw were images of Lady Gaga bathing in black goo. I quickly turned off my tv and that is when I started digging in my basement… just like the black meteor in the ashram told me to do. And I haven’t stopped digging since.

      • WalkingDead on November 2, 2016 at 10:35 am

        LOL, let us know when you turn up some Chinese; and, by all means, you need to visit the “Black Rock” of the series “Lost” and speak with “Smokey”. I’m sure he could provide some insights; though they may be slightly tilted to the “dark side”.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2016 at 12:41 pm

        Ease your mind and watch the 1955 classic:
        Bad Day At Black Rock.

      • goshawks on November 2, 2016 at 7:23 pm

        VB, I also noted that large iron-nickel meteorite prominently displayed. I wondered at the time what the ‘reason’ was to work the scene around it. I could just see various slimeballs tee-hee-ing over observing their future plans being laid-out in plain sight without recognition… (A largish iron-nickel meteorite will tend to make its way down to the surface, as opposed to rocky ones that will fracture and burn-up/explode some miles up.)

      • Roger on November 2, 2016 at 9:07 pm

        Then that would mean that the black cube in Mecca may be calling all the shots and is alive!

        • Kahlypso on November 3, 2016 at 1:43 am

          If it isnt the black cube itself, then Im sure that the priests walking round it are pretty darned sure that they know what the cube is trying to say.. or at least what they think that that black cube is supposedly supposted to be be saying.

      • Lost on November 2, 2016 at 9:30 pm

        Meteors have been objects of worship around the world for thousands of years.

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