I had not intended to write anything about Hurricane Harvey in this week's blogs, but felt compelled to do so because of an odd "synchronicity" that occurred as I was writing and scheduling this week's blogs. Normally, when I am scheduling blogs, I tune in to some talk radio and listen as I write, either on the radio or on the internet, just to try to "stay abreast of things."  Normally, when such disasters happen, I am loathe to take them as opportunities to indulge in our trademark "high octane speculation"; people are suffering, losing their houses, assets, pets, and there is general upheaval and suffering.  It's not an appropriate time to indulge in "high octane speculations." Certainly, watching this disaster unfold, we all empathize and offer good thoughts and prayers for the people - at this juncture, all of Houston and most of the southern Texas Gulf coast.

However, in this case, hoping that people will excuse my high octane speculating while the disaster is in progress, I felt compelled to do so, for as I was listening to my radio, the host in question was reporting on the situation as it was occurring, and he said two things that really grabbed my attention. I am paraphrasing his remarks as closely as I can: (1) "Harvey seems simply to have stopped moving inland and has basically parked itself over the Texas coast," and he added to this that all of the roads in and out of Houston are simply impassible due to flooding; (2) that "most of southern Texas' coastal plain in and around Houston might be uninhabitable for weeks, if not months."  Yes, that will be the result if hurricanes decide to "park themselves" over an area and not move along.

But of course, hurricanes don't "decide" anything.

It's the strangeness of Harvey's behavior that caught my attention as the host made these remarks. It took me back to Hurricane Katrina which infamously moved in and struck New Orleans almost a decade ago. Again, that hurricane exhibited very unusual, very "un-hurricane-like" behavior, for if you'll recall, its path was almost due west through the Gulf of Mexico when, suddenly, reaching a point almost due south of New Orleans, it veered sharply in an almost perfect ninety degree turn, and made its way north, striking the city and surrounding environs and flooding thousands of people out of their homes and livelihoods. I recall seeing at that time - and other readers here may recall seeing this as well - the jet stream suddenly moved south in "response" to Katrina's sharp turn, as if "someone" was trying to steer the storm away from New Orleans, implying, of course, that someone was trying to steer it toward New Orleans.

In other words, my view of Katrina back then was - and still remains - that this storm was steered toward the city. It was, to be blunt, "weaponized weather."

And Harvey's stubborn refusal to move along inland, but rather to stay put, spawn tornadoes, and dump more water on Houston and the Texas Gulf coast, seems a little "odd." It seems, if I may be "country simple" once again, to be too contrived. Weaponizing weather to make an entire region of a state "uninhabitable for weeks or possibly months" behind an "act of God" like a storm is a convenient way to wage war behind the ultimate cloak of plausible deniability, for most people have difficulty believing the idea that such enormous systems, such as the weather, can actually be manipulated, steered, and engineered. More informed people will know, of course, that the ability to manipulate and weaponize weather was an objective of at least America's and Russia's militaries since the 1950s. Both countries have made round-about statements over the years that their efforts were successful. More recent statements of the US military made weather manipulation a crucial component of "force multipliers" and a component of its goal of "full spectrum dominance". Researchers such as Dr. Nick Begich and Jean Manning have also pointed out that the initial patents for ionospheric heaters taken out by Bernard Eastland for the HAARP array in Alaska also discussed weather systems steerage and manipulation as one possible application of the technology. Then there's the Globaloney crowd and their "weather derivatives," securities based on weather, a handy thing to have around; after all, if one can manipulate weather, why not make money off of it (and pick up ruined properties on the cheap besides)?

So now a hurricane is parked over southern Texas, one of the USA's few smoothly functioning state governments and economies.

Bottom line: I cannot help but think that Harvey's odd behavior is a little too odd, and that we're looking at weather warfare once again, or at the minimum, the possibility that we're looking at some sort of "blowback" from the technologies that can manipulate systems on a planetary scale, systems such as HAARP and EISCAT and other ionospheric heaters, possibly even the Large Hadron Collider with its strong, immensely powerful magnetic fields. There's an aspect of "unnaturality" here, if I may coin that word, that disturbs me.

But in the meantime, Texas suffers, and my heart is saddened for Houstonians and all the people along the coast from Galveston northward.

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. Syncromyst on September 7, 2017 at 3:02 pm

    Is this predictive programming or revelation-of-the-method?
    Miami Beach Mayor refers to Hurricane Irma as nuclear. “. . . This is a nuclear hurricane.”

    On Thursday 09.07.2017, the Miami Herald reports two Florida nuke plants are within Hurricane Irma’s path.

    I hope it’s neither.

  2. rich overholt on September 2, 2017 at 5:51 pm

  3. TRM on September 1, 2017 at 9:02 pm

    It is Dr Bernard Eastlund (not “land”).

    So who would be doing this? Who has the capability?
    Probably Russia, China & USA. I doubt Europe or anyone else would have the capability.

    Who benefits? Refineries shut down for weeks, higher prices favor Russia but also benefit shale oil.

    Trump because the “red neck, white trash, MAGA” supporters are the ones rescuing people or all colors with their own boats and trucks. No AntiFA anywhere helping anyone.

    A demonstration by a new weather player? China to show an example of what they can do?

    Or just plain poor luck as we have only a century of storms to judge by this behavior might be normal and we’ve been having way to many “move inland on schedule” type storms so our view is skewed?

  4. Reno on September 1, 2017 at 3:14 pm

    Press reporting catastrophe in Houston. Why then are the Mets playing a double header there on Saturday 9/2/ ? Not only that, they are charging separate admissions for a 2pm and 8pm start! More driving, accidents etc and more revenue! Of course the lame sportcasters in NYC have tagged it a morale booster. Then there is a Sunday game too. Fox news reported the police delivering a pizza to those who stayed behind. I guess there was a functioning pizzeria nearby these flooded streets. But I thought wouldnt bringing canned meat and fish be better for those cut off from shopping. Well I guess this one they made up.

  5. DanaThomas on September 1, 2017 at 5:54 am

    Aspects of the financial damage: huge amounts of property without federally insured flood insurance will be left, and who will keep on paying the mortgage? Banks will repossess ruins… not to speak of tens of thousands of vehicles purchased on consumer credit. Greg Hunter summary:

    • Reno on September 1, 2017 at 3:18 pm

      Not so much in this case because of the water but whenever there’s a twister going through somewhere there is always endless piles of junk. Millions probably living in junky substandard housing.

  6. Kelly Em on August 31, 2017 at 9:26 pm

    • Robert Barricklow on September 1, 2017 at 10:28 pm

      Kelly EM thanks for the link.

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 31, 2017 at 12:02 pm

    I was rode into watching a TV show with my son & wife when it was interrupted to ostensibly update Hurricane Harvey via the Trump card/propaganda. If you won’t watch mainstreamed the corporate government will inject it[interrupt programming[not watching mainstream news].
    So they weaponized weather to punish & profit; the brought you Harvey, Russia, Afghanistan and other information warfare news. What did Texas do recently that drew the Fukushima card in play?

    • Robert Barricklow on August 31, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      I was roped into watching….
      First by wife & son to TV…
      Then by the corporate government mainlining they’re propaganda into regular broadcasting.
      Naturally those watching we’re believing while I was controlling my temper.

  8. Kahlypso on August 31, 2017 at 4:14 am

    1870: Standard Oil Corp. Inspired Proposals to Geoengineer a Warmer Arctic
    (Thank you Rockefeller…)

    It seems that Mr Harvey Brandau’s legacy is alive and well..
    If this is true, and some unknown evil force really has pushed a hurricane over populated lands, in order to cause damage, chaos and death.. be it for reasons as different and bizarre, as, punishment for taking Gold out of New York.. (so it would be WallStreet Bankers behind this?) or installing chaos, so the wall doesnt get built, immigrants rampage over the border and Soros feels happy..??
    Then its truely heart breaking…

    • Kahlypso on August 31, 2017 at 4:14 am

      • Kahlypso on August 31, 2017 at 4:14 am

        Project STORMFURY – program of research on hurricane modification (intended to dissipate the destructive force)

        If anything.. the military is very interested in the ability to REDUCE a hurricane’s destructive force..
        THe overly paranoid part of me, is saying.. If they can figure out the science behind making them slower..
        maybe they can work out how to make them faster..

        • Kahlypso on August 31, 2017 at 4:15 am

          Brannon talking to the CFR – and check out his remarks on SAI’s and fossil fuels.. Again.. thank you Rockefellers…

          Another example is the array of technologies—often referred to collectively as geoengineering—that potentially could help reverse the warming effects of global climate change. One that has gained my personal attention is stratospheric aerosol injection, or SAI, a method of seeding the stratosphere with particles that can help reflect the sun’s heat, in much the same way that volcanic eruptions do.

          An SAI program could limit global temperature increases, reducing some risks associated with higher temperatures and providing the world economy additional time to transition from fossil fuels. The process is also relatively inexpensive—the National Research Council estimates that a fully deployed SAI program would cost about $10 billion yearly.

          As promising as it may be, moving forward on SAI would raise a number of challenges for our government and for the international community. On the technical side, greenhouse gas emission reductions would still have to accompany SAI to address other climate change effects, such as ocean acidification, because SAI alone would not remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

          On the geopolitical side, the technology’s potential to alter weather patterns and benefit certain regions at the expense of others could trigger sharp opposition by some nations. Others might seize on SAI’s benefits and back away from their commitment to carbon dioxide reductions. And, as with other breakthrough technologies, global norms and standards are lacking to guide the deployment and implementation of SAI.

    • justawhoaman on August 31, 2017 at 9:03 am

      Dan Wiginton explains the event fairly thoroughly.

      It is time to start cutting funding. As CAF has explained, start enforcing the Constitution (this is clearly unConstitutional) or kiss your money goodbye. This speech by former CIA agent, Kevin Schipp, further illustrates this need:

      • justawhoaman on August 31, 2017 at 9:06 am

        Dane Wigington…. (edit)

  9. James on August 30, 2017 at 11:20 pm

    This is nothing new………… I distinctly remember 1995 when I married, an atypical protracted confluence upon the Yucatan Peninsula…….. The Storm lingered as nothing I have ever seen possible………. To be sure, the intent, scope and breadth of “Mother Nature” has a conscripted “hidden hand” that is again a shot over the bow of those who are not privy nor appreciative of the chasm that exists between the hoi palloi and intelligentia and those who can orchestrate reality……….

  10. Hawkeye Lockhart on August 30, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Probably has nothing to do with that Texas gold depository thing… Nahhh. Nor secessionist rumblings from time to time…
    **As Money Metals Exchange explains, Texas’ move to repatriate gold is a big deal, centered around distrust of Wall Street financial markets and a keen eye on schemes surrounding the physical possession of gold.
    When Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill Number 483 in his own hand on Friday, Texas gave a big gold “finger” to Wall Street and will soon bring $1 billion in gold bars back to the Lone Star State.
    In fact, those with the fiduciary responsibility for managing the Texas gold are feeling less certain than ever. That’s why they convinced state officials to build a depository and move the gold bars home from Wall Street. Texas joins Germany, Venezuela, the Netherlands, and othergovernments that have lost trust in New York depositories for safeguarding their metal.

    • Hawkeye Lockhart on August 30, 2017 at 10:01 pm

      And I really certain it has noting to do with other schemes and dreams… But worth consideration:
      Creating a “New Israel”, a Jewish State in Southeast Texas
      The “Uganda Plan” Revisited? US Congressional Candidate Proposes Creation of Jewish Homeland in Southeast Texas

      • Bluenose on August 30, 2017 at 11:31 pm

        Atonists of all stripes are always busy.

      • goshawks on August 31, 2017 at 4:10 am
        “I am from Texas, so when I see mentioned ‘large landholders in south Texas’, I automatically think of the King Ranch. Turns out, Jeff [Bezos] may come from these Kings. We are told Bezos owns a huge ranch in West Texas, but Cotulla isn’t in West Texas. It is in South Texas, 60 miles south of San Antonio. It isn’t part of the current King Ranch, but the Kings used to own or run most of Texas below San Antonio. It looks like maybe they still do, under different names.” (p.4)

        “…the King Ranch was founded by Richard King. The problem with that is that Richard King has no genealogy. At Geni and Wiki, he has no parents. His wife, however, has ancestors that go back to Plymouth, MA. And his daughter married a Kleberg. Does that name look Jewish to you? It should, since his maternal grandmother was a Sachs. Not surprisingly, she is scrubbed, with no parents given. Her husband is also scrubbed, although his name is given as von Roede. Curiously, a search on ‘von Roede Jewish’ takes us first to a page at Wikipedia on Jewish Royalty, where we find the Austrian Barons von Rede. Although we aren’t told where the name Rede came from, this family is related to the Rosenberg banking family, as well as the von Kaullas – also ennobled Jews of Austria. The von Kaulla family owned the Bank of Wurttemberg.” (p.5)

        “And for those saying the Kings of King Ranch couldn’t have been Jewish, note not only the genealogical evidence I have shown you going way back, also remember the more recent evidence with Bezos. Bezos is a Poll ack and a Gise, and he now owns part of what used to be the extended King Ranch. His ancestors ARE Kings, and they admit that. So he probably didn’t buy these fragments or extensions of the old King Ranch; it looks like he inherited them.” (p.5)
        “Anyway, so back to the Jewish/German aristocrats. These were the people that were invading Texas in the mid-1800s. But were they tied somehow to the King Ranch? Of course, and they give you the clue right on the page for Sisterdale…” (p.7)

        “I suppose you caught the name King. Meusebach was one of the founders of New Braunfels, and was one of the first Adelsverein settlers. This is a direct link between them and the Kings. Also note the word ‘aristocratic’. These weren’t average Germans coming to Texas because of religious persecution or something. They were nobles.” (p.7)

        “As a bonus, we discovered Texas was infiltrated by these same people in the 1840s, first through the German settlements in Central Texas and then through the King Ranch. We knew some of them were crypto-Jewish from my paper on Jeff Bezos, but we didn’t find there that they were aristocrats.” (p.9)

  11. LSM on August 30, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    for more info about Harvey-Gate being man-made:

    be well all-


  12. John Lenkiewicz on August 30, 2017 at 7:23 pm

    It’s ironic that all the politicians praising how the citizens are helping each other, those with resources sharing with those without, are really praising a pure form of communism, and by that I mean communism untarnished by power hungry totalitarianists.

  13. davidmflatley on August 30, 2017 at 7:11 pm

    Dr. Farrell, May I call your attention to this large collection of videos created b Mike at The HAARP report. He uses satellite meta data to accurately describe how the
    weather is manipulated. His work is acclaimed in the Weather Wars community. Especially good for Newbies (and aren’t we all). He stopped doing that work after he urged others to use his information and start doing the same. I must also honor Kent Steadman (1942-2008) and his Go-to site http://www. (Still up and preserved by his family the way he left it.)
    He was the first to use the great variety on satellite and other geophysical recording technology and attractively present it to the public. ”Mike” perfected this style and we can now read every little treasonous step they take to destroy life on Earth.—The HAARP report.

  14. basta on August 30, 2017 at 2:08 pm

    Well, if you practice Disaster Capitalism, the first thing you need is a disaster.

    • LizW on August 30, 2017 at 3:58 pm

      I couldn’t agree with you more. One of my first thoughts about the floods was HAARP, and as you say, how similar it is to Katrina, which went from around a class 2-3 hurricane to a 5 when it hit New Orleans. TPTB undoubtedly don’t like Texas pulling their gold back to their state’s depository, either. Much too independent. Someday the truth will come out, along with all the other scripted “natural” occurances (Haiti, Fukushima, China, etc.).

    • goshawks on August 30, 2017 at 6:29 pm

      Great line!

  15. enki-nike on August 30, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    Oil refineries in the flooded regions of Texas have been crippled. Strangely, there was a fire and a shut-down of a major oil refinery in the Netherlands because if a ‘circuit malfunction’ about one month ago (it was reported on RT in July 31). Coincidence?

  16. marcos toledo on August 30, 2017 at 12:09 pm

    Weather modification joins spreading disease, earthquakes, nuclear reactors failures. As weapons to be used against the rest of us by our oligarchs who view us as access baggage and useless eaters. The Gods of terror and destruction are on the march spreading misery Worldwide.

  17. L A Nicholas on August 30, 2017 at 11:59 am

    “Weaponized weather” — this would make a great premise for one of Clive Cussler’s novels (if he hasn’t already done it). Give him a shout — I know he’s always looking for new material.

  18. Phil the Thrill on August 30, 2017 at 9:21 am

    Word is that the church run by that smiling string bean Joel Osteen is high and dry, although the church issued a press release saying it was inaccessible due to flooding. So, you know…don’t seek shelter there. Osteen kinda reminds us of Mother Teresa….ferreting away all those donations while reminding the flock that a little suffering is good for you.
    I decided to tackle Hamlet’s Mill. Anybody here read that thing? Good grief. Discussing the place of myth in Western society, the authors say, “Tolkien’s efforts at reviving the genre, whatever the talent employed, carry as much conviction as the traditional three dollar bill.” Dang, is that a swipe? On the other hand, “Science fiction, when it is good, is a wholly valid attempt at restoring a mythical element, with its adventures and tragedies, its meditations on man’s errors and man’s fate. For true tragedy is an essential component or outcome of myth.” I’ll take that as an endorsement of my fave, Philip Kindred.

    • WalkingDead on August 30, 2017 at 11:23 am

      I would tend to believe that any “Charismatic Evangelical Minister” worth 50 million is nothing more than an Intel operative or cryptoj_w sent to destroy the church. Why people keep falling for this is beyond belief.

      • OrigensChild on August 30, 2017 at 5:32 pm

        Though they might characterize him as something other than an intel operative or cryptoj_w I know quite a few evangelicals who would agree with you on this. Outside his small circle he’s not the hot commodity many outside that community think he is.

  19. OrigensChild on August 30, 2017 at 7:49 am

    The Texas coastline is riddled with petroleum infrastructure–infrastructure that has requires upgrades for prolonged use. Why not use federal relief funds and tax monies to pay for these rather than corporate capital? It could be the railroad financing scheme from the 19th century in play all over again. My point is, every time I turn around I see nothing but a net win for a military industrial intervention.

  20. WalkingDead on August 30, 2017 at 7:11 am

    More “never let a good crisis go to waste” to push their agendas: more Antifa, more BLM, more “White genocide”, more boots in your face.
    Where is the MSM coverage of:;
    and looters shooting at the Cajun Navy rescuers;;
    The Bush family wanting to bulldoze The Alamo historical site (are Texans so neutered now that they will allow this?);
    The opening of dams on reservoirs to increase the flooding and damage for more profit potential and mayhem.
    Texas is also the “choke point” on the flood gates of our “open borders” to the south and the pipeline into “Nuttyfonia’s sanctuary state” of “rainbow” insanity.
    Our nation is going down in Z10con flames while the population dozes in its fluoride/vaccine/common core/politically correct induced stupor.

      • WalkingDead on August 30, 2017 at 11:03 am

        I’m not sure about this site…
        Catastrophic Hurricane Harvey Confirmed As Russian Weather Weapon Retaliation Attack

        • WalkingDead on August 30, 2017 at 11:11 am

          Etheric Rain Engineering, see topic Hurricane Control:

        • Margaret on August 30, 2017 at 4:14 pm

          Internet ‘hoax queen’ Sorcha Faal does it again. As usual, a mélange of fact and fiction. . . not a reliable source.

          • Margaret on August 30, 2017 at 4:24 pm

            [btw, that was a reply to WalkingDead re whatdoesitmean link . . . comments seem disorganized, or is it just me ;-)]

          • Don B on August 31, 2017 at 12:03 pm

            Interesting you mention this. They do over embellish some facts, but that is still a step or two above the msm most every day of the week which deals in abject fakery. I haven’t seen a lot of info from the msm on this incident in Missouri, but I have to admit I haven’t tried very hard either.

        • Hawkeye Lockhart on August 30, 2017 at 10:06 pm

          Bogus site and source of dis-info dissemination. You fell for the Faal guy?

  21. thebear on August 30, 2017 at 6:07 am

    I have little doubt that harvey is largely controlled by someone…why would this be though? I would suggest power and money. the ones with the means think differently and thus we have no frame of reference for understanding their motives. there is plenty of money in disaster-the figures of the cost of this are astronomical! none of the good doctor’s high octane speculation here can match the heights to which the money will need to be piled to return things to ‘normal’-and it wont even be ‘money’ to start with-it will be ‘fiat’ in the form of the loans that will be advanced by the most holy rulers of the empires. that monetized credit will generate possibly trillions of dollars in real money when its circulation makes its rounds by the time the original debt is repaid. but I would suggest that this may be only a bonus in the ‘but wait! there’s more!!’ line of thought in consideration of recent events in texas where the audacious concept of using something real as money was approved-that of gold and silver being legal tender. couple that with the repatriation of said metals to a proposed depository where? [look up shiner texas gold depository] about 75 miles west of Houston. seems to me like someone ‘does not play well with others’ and needs to serve a detention. or mere co-inky-dink? must be. go back to prostration before the magic screen of universal truth and dawn the vestments of the favoured troupe of actors on the diamond rink or gridiron and do not consider these ranting as possible…the fluoride is working well!!

  22. goshawks on August 30, 2017 at 5:37 am

    It is curious that Texas is the State most ‘pushing’ for its own gold reserves, etc…

    • OrigensChild on August 30, 2017 at 8:49 am

      Let’s not also forget the high strangeness known as Operation Jade Helm. It was never explained–just observed.

      • zendogbreath on August 31, 2017 at 1:12 am

        yeh remember those biker gangs attacked, false flagged, gunned down and jailed at the meet up near waco?

        • zendogbreath on August 31, 2017 at 1:14 am

          those weren’t the old time anti-social type guys in them gangs. the folk in these gangs are a bit more upwardly mobile with lot’s o decent careers and expensive rides and… apparently quite a few oath keepers present.

        • OrigensChild on August 31, 2017 at 2:47 pm

          I remember these. I also remember the mysterious warehouse explosion right after the Boston bombing. It’s also the state where a former president has a sizeable ranch whose properties seem “protected”. I also remember the JFK assassination and other tales of high strangeness related to the history of the break away civilizations, flying machines and etc. TX has seen more than its share of unnatural disasters and events. And then there’s those stories of pesky Germans and White Russians again, too.

  23. Neru on August 30, 2017 at 5:35 am

    So many ways to lay siege on the populous of earth and hardly being able to vent about it. If you do, you are labelled. That is, of course, today, tomorrow stoned?!

    Freedom of speech is shrinking at an alarming rate and soon no speculation allowed except our fraudulent creative directors spewing nonsense which they already do by the bucket load today.

  24. DanaThomas on August 30, 2017 at 5:29 am

    B. Fulford has speculated that it is “payback” against the B u sh crime family…

    • OrigensChild on August 30, 2017 at 7:52 am

      Fulford would naturally say this–and if it wasn’t for greater domestic benefits I might be inclined to consider it more seriously. Having said this, I did consider it briefly.

    • zendogbreath on August 31, 2017 at 1:11 am

      yeh. remember fulford doing youtube videos after fukushima in japanese classrooms with a variety of characters in the kiddie desks looking like some kind of domestic hallucinatory crowd? and then interviewing the rockefailure pretending to be some kinda real journalist? and then there were the threats of dojo all over the world taking over with a new currency run by the black or white or red dragons…. besides, what do poppy and w and all the rest care about texas? if anything it makes it easier for them to buy up more of it cheaper.

      • metaOne on August 31, 2017 at 6:38 am

        How no one else has reached the conclusion, that fulford is in fact – a bastard rock(afeller) and that was him interviewing his “kin” who made a life for him, if he played along with the family’s Japanese public relations programs – baffles me 🙂 but then again, i actually studied finance (how i found fulford, 13 or more years ago now?) and figured out the three card monte in college barely making it out with a salvage title 🙂

      • OrigensChild on August 31, 2017 at 2:29 pm

        I do remember this, too. Fulford is tall on claims and poor on evidence. I consider him a distraction more than anything.

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