There has been a steady increase of the trickle of news coming out about new energy technologies. Last week, for example, you'll recall that I blogged about the Harvard creation of metallic hydrogen, a superconductive form of the element, and what its potential might possibly be for space propulsion. And of course, there were the stories about successful tests of the EM drive by China. Last year we also saw the Rockefeller interests divesting themselves of petroleum investments, so clearly, something is up, and the world is in the cusp of a major shift in energy, and therefore, in financial, paradigms and institutions.

This week two people shared some very important articles that deserve your consideration and thought. Mr. E.W. shared this story:

Could we have LIMITLESS energy in 13 years? Doughnut-shaped device to 'put fusion power into the grid' by 2030

And Mr. J.C. shared this:

Let's concentrate on the first article about a commercial fusion reactor first. I'm one of those people who took an interest in fusion reaction at an early age, in junior high school in fact (for those of you too young to remember, that's what they used to call middle school). In fact, I was such a nerd, I read the library's copies of Scientific American, and fusion stories were always at the top of my list. Back then in the 1970s, tokomak hot plasma containment designs were the hope of the future. They had been built, but they had not, back then, sustained any reactions for very long. Fusion power was theoretically possible, but sustained reactions, not to mention commercial applications, were a long way off. In fact, if you have been following the fusion story for a long time, it's been rather like watching the latest predictions of the Rapture: it's just around the corner, but the time and predicted date comes, and nothing happens.

But in this case, something has apparently happened, and it's such a big step I'm surprised it hasn't made any dent in the addled minds of the lamestream corporate controlled media (after all, they're too focused on Ashley Judd, Meryl Streep, and the mis-named Madonna). In fact, it didn't even make a ripple in the major alternative media sites. Consider this:

Tokamak Energy plans to start operating its fusion reactor this spring, and claims that its first commercial prototype will be built by 2025.

At a fraction of the size of other nuclear reactors, Tokamak's device uses a 'spherical tokamak', which the firm describes as the 'fast route to fusion.'

The bold claims come from David Kingham, chief executive of Tokamak Energy, who was speaking at the International Energy Agency meeting last week.


Oxfordshire-based Tokamak Energy's technology revolves around high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets, which allow for relatively low-power and small-size devices, but high performance.

In 2015, the world's first tokamak with HTS magnets – Tokamak Energy's second reactor – demonstrated 29 hours of continuous plasma, which was a world record.(Emphasis added)

Back when I first started following this issue in junior high school, such sustained reactions were simply a dream. We were nowhere close.

Now it is a reality. And long-term sustainable reactions are a necessary step in the technology tree toward commercial viability.

To put it country simple: commercial viability now appears to be in sight. And as I've mentioned in previous blogs about this subject, I strongly suspect there are hidden space-related motivations for the push to develop the technology.

And that consideration leads us to the second article: Europe's Airbus Industries' patents, the first on LENR (low energy nuclear reactions, or "cold fusion"), and ultra-dense hydrogen. After outlining its patent for the creation of materials for LENR, the article goes on to note:

The second application is for “Method and Apparatus for Generating and for Fusing Ultra-dense Hydrogen


“A method for generating and for fusing ultra-dense hydrogen in which molecular hydrogen is fed into at least one cavity and catalyzed, where the splitting and subsequent condensation of the molecular hydrogen is initiated on a catalyst of the cavity to form an ultra-dense hydrogen. The ultra-dense hydrogen is exposed to pressure or electromagnetic radiation to initiate fusion of the ultra-dense hydrogen in the at least one cavity and the reaction heat is led out from the at least one cavity. The pressure as mechanical resonance or the electromagnetic radiation as electromagnetic resonance amplifies the field and therefore the effect. Also, an apparatus for carrying out the method is disclosed.”

Recall that last week I noted that Harvard has successfully created the first instance of metallic hydrogen, and I cannot help but to speculate that these two stories are deeply related, for after all, metallic hydrogen is superconductive, and in most so-called cold fusion apparatus, electricity forms a crucial component of the apparatus. The implications of metallic forms of hydrogen, particularly if isotopic the forms deuterium and tritium could be metalicized, is rather obvious. And the implications for space exploitation and new propulsion systems are equally clear. The fact that Airbus is heavily invested in this research, particularly with the now looming commercial possibilities of fusion, and its paradigm changing nature for human energy, productivity, and financial systems, is yet another indicator that we're on the cusp of huge changes.

But again, the real thing to remember here is how much we're not being told. After all, it was the Nazi scientist Ronald Richter who, in the 1950s, outlined for his US Air Force interrogators, his theories of what was, in effect, cold fusion, during which he spoke of lattices in space-time, from which plasmas under certain conditions of electromagnetic stress, could transduce zero point energy.

That was the 1950s... and with enough secret money over enough time in secret projects... you get the idea.

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. RAJM on February 10, 2017 at 3:05 am

    how does earth afford to switch to a new energy paradigm ? What will it take to dismantle this ancient hold on energy?

  2. anakephalaiosis on February 8, 2017 at 7:48 am

    Suppressed technology is about introducing “scarcity”, for the banking sharks to fix price for maximum profit. There is a usurious parasite problem going on. On the other hand “monotheism rooted in geometry” is a “secret hidden in plain sight”.

    The warning against idolatry has less to do with going astray spiritually, and more to do with keeping track towards the “spinning axis wheel”, that from an Atlantean point of view, is the “ticket to the moon” and beyond into celestial navigation.

    The rotating Hakenkreuz defines z-axis as well as Yahweh the Year, the prime mover. The founding fathers of “monotheism” where into “spinning wheels” and “gyroscopic axis”. The etymology of “religion” points towards “closing circle” into a SPINNING WHEEL.

    The Atlantean “wheel track” is in the holy scriptures. It is in the cards, that the precondition for Atlanteans to be able rule the heavens again, is that Satan must be thrown into the pit. Thus is the prophesy, and the “gyroscopic will” of Yahweh the Year.

  3. James on February 7, 2017 at 10:09 pm

    “cold fusion, during which he spoke of lattices in space-time, from which plasmas under certain conditions of electromagnetic stress, could transduce zero point energy.”
    Yes indeed…….. now to embark upon uber octane speculation…….. with the corrrect conditions, since plasma is SCALE INVARIANT, what one can do at a small scale FOR SURE conceptually, creating the phenomena at PLANETARY scale i.e. Creating a Star is also VERY possible…….
    Perhaps this will “resonate” with some as how it can be done…………

    • george on February 8, 2017 at 1:45 pm

      I’m going to High Octane based on a huge assumption that the Center of stars and planets contain the ever sought after, one and only, Philosopher’s Stone. The sTone is continuously cohering and producing hydrogen, fusing them, and turning them into other elements – working in part with ambient resnances (probably to do with standing wave platonic solids as Robert Moons nuclear model shows). This also means that the planet is growing like Neal Adams’ theory. So, if we continue this high octane assumption and think analogically for a second, what scientists are doing by fusing hydrogen is that they are Partially replicating the mechanism of the Philosopher’s Stone. Doing fusion, in this way, is also analogically akin to creating “new worlds” (not the same new planets because it is only a partial replication), from the center out.

      Maybe the metals like Orichalcum used around the center of the concentric circle of antlantean cities were also some sort of philosopher’s stone? If so, we can think of the modern scientists who are driving these fusion technologies as analogical atlanteans in the center of the city making the stuff of worlds…. But… what they are talking about is STILL NOT the philosophers stone, it is only a partial replication of its mechanisms, so we must be a long way from the true Center of the Matter… Wowweee… all the potential implications are entertaining… but I may have already made too many branches on this twig already for it to support any kind of weight

  4. old97polarcat on February 7, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    I’ve been wondering for a while whether — as LENR-based devices approach the market — the more big-science fusion projects would suddenly start showing big gains in practicality. What better way to sideline a technology that threatens to disrupt all the old distributed-energy systems than to release a big-science device that is clean but that also maintains the old “power” structures of distributed energy systems.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2017 at 7:47 pm

      They certainlt want to maintain CONTROL.
      Money need to be in the equation[preferably unlimited ones & zeros to be manipulated as the devil sees fit].
      Enery grid under control.
      Food as well.
      Enemies are public power[regulations/no monopolies or oligopolies;public ownership/extremely tight public checks & balances on the CIA & other alphabet agencies; public utilities [public health, transportation, banking, energy, information, etc. – all at no cost to the public. An infrastructures that ensures small private businesses can be very kum pedadiv worldwide]; decentralization; open source internet.
      Of course, forging an immediate living economy burying, thus burying the very concept of money, would be a stake thrust right into the heart of they’re parasitic vampire squid’s life source – this of course, would be preferable to the above paragraph’s intermediate transition.

  5. Roger on February 7, 2017 at 12:09 pm

    Fusion isn’t what it’s cracked up to be, but may be useful for making scarce elements in the future be more abundant. The ultimate power source is the Sun, and recent technological breakthroughs on more efficiently harvesting and storing the Sun’s energy make all other terrestrial man made sources obsolete. As for fusion, one way to get a longer more sustained reaction is by reacting lead with heavy hydrogen rather than elements under the precious metal spectrum. Metals under the precious metal spectrum on the periodic table just convert to the next stable element below them after permanently losing an electron and proton. Elements above gold form unstable isotopes which convert to other unstable isotopes with much longer half-lives in a long decay chain to eventually stabilize as base metals. Thus elements above gold would yield a lot more energy for a longer period of time than the current reactions with copper which turns to nickel as the heavy hydrogen turns to helium.

  6. marcos toledo on February 7, 2017 at 11:18 am

    I have been seeing stories about fusion powered reactors for since the late sixties of the last century. How about the Electric Universe theories about how the Sun generates it’s energy. As for Airbus are they thinking resurrecting atomic powered aircraft and maybe that’s a covered for real spacecraft propulsion system instead of the dangerous and expense firecrackers we using today.

    • Kahlypso on February 8, 2017 at 6:09 am

      Marcos!! we’re reading the same things 🙂 You need to check with Bluenose who brought up some good info about The Hydritic Earth. https://gizadeathstar.com/community/569021/
      Electric Universe Theory works so well with magnetohydrodynamics..

      And they’ve just annonced Metallic Hydrogen.. Once again.. The Laws of Physics are resoundly thrown to the floor and shattered again.. once more.
      So need to get past the pesky speed of light problem.. we’ll get there..
      We used to think that the sun rotated around the Earth and we could fall off the end of the world.. We’re still primitive enough to believe in an old man living in the sky (probably linked back to the Man in the Moon.. Im looking at you Sin!! ) passing judgement on us when we die (thank you Egyptians and by extension, the Jews (Moises’s jews, not the Abraham Jews) waiting for the supreme battle against the supreme evil.. Well thank you Persians and Ahura Mazda..
      But wait, we can all agree.. Jesus is the Truth. Except there exists no proof that he existed. Except for what was written almost 300 years after the Spaniard died.. For what was esssentially an Essene living in a world of Jews.. no wonder he was sold to the Romans.. if he existed..
      Sorry – went into Rant mode.. Electric Universe!! Gravity is linked to Electricity I’m sure of it.. and rotation.. mass rotating = gravity due to the constant Direct Current..

  7. Vomito Blanco on February 7, 2017 at 10:14 am

    These new energy technologies can no longer be suppressed and their rollout is inevitable. Therefore, it would be wise to put a maverick and visionary strongman into the Whitehouse who can manage this rollout while obediently keeping Goldman Sach’s fingers in the till of this new economy. Bravo you Wall St banksters! Happy days are here again!

    • Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2017 at 11:47 am

      You echo my sentiments exactly.

    • Kahlypso on February 8, 2017 at 5:06 am

      Suppressed? Vomito they control the new energies, (and very probably have done since they stole Tesla’s patents.. for national security..) why do you think Rockefeller has dumped his petrol assets. Free Engery will be controlled by people who will find a way to charge money for it.

  8. DanaThomas on February 7, 2017 at 5:34 am

    This limitless energy, presumably already feasible and just waiting for the ponderous mills of the black projects to grind out disclosure, could be use to clean up those messy fission reactors, starting with Japan.

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