Mr. S.C. spotted this one, and I have to blog about it because it is a small bit of confirmation for all you Tom Bearden fans out there.

Russia, it seems, is experiencing some sort of UFO flap in recent days, and among these, there is a very large "glowing ball" that has been seen in Siberia, and when I saw this, I couldn't help but laugh and think of Colonel Bearden, who not only reported and wrote about this phenomenon decades ago, but made an arguably good case that what we were seeing was not UFOs, but very human, and very Russian technology. Here's the story from the U.K.'s Daily Mail:

Enormous glowing ball is seen over northern Siberia after fuel from four Russian rockets tested overnight created an illusion in the sky (but locals thought it could be a UFO)

As one can gather from reading the article, the Russian government is explaining all this (or perhaps, explaining all this away) as the simple result of Russian ICBM tests of its Topol missiles in the Arctic as part of its recent wargames military exercises. It's more "nuclear saber" rattling, in other words, from a country that hardly needs to rattle its nuclear saber, because pretty much everyone in the world knows that Russia has hydrogen bombs and missiles, and lots of them.

But for those familiar with Lt. Col. Bearden's work, he's been reporting on these strange glowing balls in Russia since 1979, when the first incident was recorded by Iranian pilots flying near the Russian border. For Bearden, these balls were evidence of Russian testing and perfection of "Tesla" type "scalar" weapons, weapons which could conceivably and in his opinion function as missile defense shields, or which, alternatively, could be used in an offensive capacity and even - here it comes - as an electromagnetic means to induce diseases or alter human mental functioning. Bearden made the argument in several books and papers that this project began at the end of World War Two, when two things impelled the Russian secret research: (1) the capture of a German radar team under the direction of Dr. Richard Hellman (aptly named, as it turns out!), and (2) an alleged directive from Stalin to the Soviet Academy of Sciences to "find something" in the science papers of the West to do an end run around its vast nuclear superiority. Bearden gave briefings to the U.S. military on this Russian research, and then subsequently published his findings in a number of books and papers.

Regarding the first point, the German radar team captured by the Soviets had, toward the end of the war, discovered a principle of phase conjugation when interferring several radar beams on their prototypical radar stealth material: tiny balls of metal resonant to various frequencies used by British and American radar, embedded in the non-linear material of rubber, which was then used to coat the schnorkel devices of Germany's late U-boat fleet. In the tests, their radar sets were blown out, according to Bearden, by phase conjugate waves returning to the sets from the material. The Soviets took Dr. Hellman and his team to Russia, where they were used to teach the Russians everything they new, and then, like the German atomic bomb scientist Baron Manfred von Ardenne, released (in von Ardenne's case, after receiving the prestigious Stalin prize for science, the Soviet equivalent of the Nobel prize, and the only non-Soviet to ever earn it). Hellman made his way to Brazil(!) where he ostensibly continued his work for the Brazilian government. (For the details of these stories and Bearden's research, see my books Reich of the Black Sun and SS Brotherhood of the Bell).

Regarding the second point, Stalin's instructions to the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Bearden reports that the Soviets established massive bureaus to literally comb through every scientific paper and publication in western physics and mathematics journals going all the way back to the years prior to the First World War, and to pull any papers that were thought to be promising enough to investigate for "breakthroughs" and weaponization, and do an end run around nuclear weapons. While that story is too long to recount here - again, my books recount much of it - the result, according to Bearden, was the development of a whole new class of electromagnetic phenomena and weapons. Interestingly enough, if you've been following the news and pronouncements from the Kremlin lately, the Russian media is openly reporting about these things and doing so in such a way that emphasizes the idea of a "new physics."

Part of that physics is "large glowing balls of light."

You may have noticed something else peculiar about the article: the balls are being reported in the northeastern, European part of the Russian arctic, in addition to Siberia, which recalls the "Norwegian spiral" incident of 2008... remember that one? A strange glowing "spiral" appeared over northern Russia, again concurrent with a Russian ICBM test (again of a Topol missile). The missile test apparently failed, and researchers noted two odd coincident things: Angela Merkel told Mr. Obama that Germany did not want, nor need, America's missile defense shield (did they have something better?), and Mr. Obama was in Norway receiving his Nobel Peace Prize for doing...well, essentially nothing. At the time of the spiral and the missile test, Europe's EISCAT ionospheric heater, in which Germany plays the crucial role, was allegedly running at full power. That led me and others to speculate that it was "all related" and that the Russians had been sent "a message".

Which brings us back to this story of Russian missile tests, glowing balls, and Kremlin statements, for if my high octane speculation about the Norwegian spiral and the Russian 2008 missile tests be true, then perhaps the Russians just responded to that message, and sent another one back: "We fixed the problem in our missiles, and can make new and improved spirals and glowing balls too." Throw in the USS Donald Cook incidents, the McCain and Fitzgerald incidents, Cuban embassy "sonic weapons" attacks, and someone is sending a whole lot of EM warfare messages...

... but we're supposed to be worried about North Korea...

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. Kahlypso on November 7, 2017 at 11:28 am

    Yep.. Big glowing sphere.. followed by radioactive debris all over Europe..

  2. Barry Edmiston on November 7, 2017 at 6:37 am

    ” they were used to teach the Russians everything they new” — new?

  3. Robert Barricklow on November 4, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    Interesting moderation on:
    News & Views from the Nefarium of OCT 5, 2017

    written yesterday
    two days before Oct 5 2017

  4. WalkingDead on November 4, 2017 at 12:17 am

    One has to wonder if they have found something a little more pristine down in Antarctica. What better place to store weapons of mass destruction for eons other than the moon or other planets. Have we come to par with antediluvian technology? Are we about to unleash the weapons of the “gods” upon each other?
    Nuclear weapons may be past their usefulness, if that’s indeed the case.
    What could possibly go wrong with this type of technology in the hands of rabid psychopaths whose lust for world domination knows no limits.

  5. Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    OCT. 5, 2017 News & Views
    now available for subscribers of “stitcher”.

    Just click at top of website: “podcasts”
    Then click on “stitcher”.

    I didn’t…
    so I don’t know if the future
    is indeed,
    Not evenly distributed…

  6. goshawks on November 3, 2017 at 6:13 pm

    Synthesizing various accounts, it seems to me that the “enormous glowing ball” could be a counter-weapon to the HAARP effects. The HAARP weaponry depends on exact placement of energy, whether for weather (sorry) or earthquake or mood effects. Anything that ‘gums up’ the precise field needed for emplacing the effect is a ‘good enough’ counter-weapon. The “enormous glowing ball” could be the same ‘style’ as the Russian response of widespread jamming to US widespread networking. “Gotcha…”

  7. basta on November 3, 2017 at 4:00 pm

    Oh, you know, rocket launches always make vast, translucent, ground-hugging bubbles (that is, when they aren’t making huge spirals)! I know because the mainstream media told me!

    This stuff is really getting hard to ignore, but luckily there is an official narrative to explain it away for us.

  8. Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    Is one faction of the Deep State is going for hot war?

  9. Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    Like they explained that blown-up apartment building.
    Or, yesterday’s blog on how the Warren Commission explained JFK, or the official version of 9/11.
    Boils down to: All Governments Lie.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 12:09 pm

      Nickname for Richard?

      They’re volumes of these people,
      seemingly chosen for their names.
      Of course in our “fake times”…
      what’s real?

    • Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 9:52 pm

      Are most All Governments in on “IT”?
      I mean, that the worldwide Public Is Enemy #1; and they’re[govt.s] knocking “us” off.
      Ironically, the governments of the people, are targeting the very people these governments are supposed to protect. The ultimate in high octane speculation in conspiracies; of all governments – acting as one – against the very people they’re “protecting.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 3, 2017 at 9:57 pm

        The “aliens” made them do it. A do or die choice; and they save themselves, just as they saved the banksters.
        What a stalwart world leadership;
        I imagine their children are quite proud.

  10. anakephalaiosis on November 3, 2017 at 9:57 am

    When I was patrolling the Russian border, I did see some magnificent firework rockets, with a colourful comet tail. I did report it to headquarters, in poetic terms, as I was certain to have seen a real firebird.

    We did also play football with the Russian guards over the border, and kept track of moose and bear crossings. Watching Russian ladies through binoculars was more interesting than having seen a tank.

    And we did travel to Murmansk to buy vodka. It was great. Здравствуйте.

    • WalkingDead on November 3, 2017 at 11:51 am

      What tank? There was a tank?

  11. WalkingDead on November 3, 2017 at 6:09 am

    Toss those California “fires” into the mix, and you possibly have some sort of reply to those messages. Maybe there is an entire conversation going on around us which we aren’t privy to. While there was an aspect of 3 dimensionality to those events in Russia and Norway, the spirals themselves were two dimensional, which would indicate they weren’t “missiles” going haywire, which would leave a 3 dimensional spiral.
    The glowing balls are possibly something altogether different. Tesla did mention “force fields” for defensive purposes. Recent experimentation with both cold and hot plasma has been in the news as one possible method of creating such force fields around objects. The layering of both types of plasma would give protection against a variety of directed energy weaponry while protecting the asset from the heat generated by the hot plasma. These plasma fields also provide stealth capabilities similar to the Klingon vessels in Star Trek which have also been observed in some UFO encounters.
    According to Bearden, the West was woefully behind in this technology. Maybe they are catching up or heading off on a different tangent altogether.

    • WalkingDead on November 3, 2017 at 6:15 am

      One other odd aspect to those California fires is the fact that none of the defense contractors in the middle of those “burned” areas were effected at all. The destruction, “miraculously”, seemingly spared them. Anyone else find that a bit suspicious?

    • Lost on November 3, 2017 at 11:16 am

      These aren’t plasma weapons or shields.

      No one, by way of example, reported plasmas before the World Trade Center dustified.

      The west has plenty of theses kinds of weapons, has for decades. Different parties have differing variations and use different names.

      What defense contractors are there in Napa and Sonoma counties? Answer: Very few.

      • WalkingDead on November 3, 2017 at 11:48 am

        Never said they were plasma weapons; and the few contractors that are in those areas were spared the destruction, which I find to be a bit suspicious, given all the other oddities connected to the “fires”.

      • paraschtick on November 3, 2017 at 7:58 pm

        When I heard about Judy Wood’s idea that some sort of electromagnetic beam weapon destroyed the Twin Towers, my first thought was that there would be some sort of heat signature recorded on the day. My thought being that a “plasma beam” weapon of some kind would heat up the air around the Twin Towers. I have seen no evidence of this. No heat haze or anything like that. But that does not mean a device like this wasn’t used. It just means that I don’t know the how and why of the device they did use.

        My thought is now that they did use something like that. But … it may have been built off the “experiments”, John Hutchison did in Canada (yes my US friends, blame the Canadians!). Since his experiments didn’t show any heat haze, and the effects were seemingly “cold”. Maybe there were particle effects happening at some atomic level (high neutron levels/whatever) but there was no heating up of the materials involved, as far as I can remember.

        We are living in very strange days indeed. I just wish I could see what the heck they’re using. It would be fascinating stuff indeed.

        ps just remembering what Dr Farrell wrote about the beam weapon, the Germans had in the University of Heidelberg (?) in the 1930s, in one of his books. The one that could atomise anything(??) … woah, horsie … do see that in use!!! (laugh out loud etc).

        • paraschtick on November 4, 2017 at 6:06 pm

          ps More thoughts: I always thought that the Norway spiral thing was too mathematically, or geometrically, precise. If it was just a missile gone beserk, then wouldn’t it show more of an “analogue”-like pattern ie all over the place, rather than the seemingly perfect spiral that the spiral over Norway had? Because of just this idea, I don’t think the official story holds water. Of course, I could be wrong, and this is exactly what a missile does in a situation like this … but until I’m proved otherwise, the Norwegian spiral will always be something more exotic to me.

  12. Kahlypso on November 3, 2017 at 6:08 am

    ahh.. been modded…. shame..I thought I had some good points 🙂

    • WalkingDead on November 3, 2017 at 6:20 am

      Happens to all of us occasionally. It seems to favor R. B. fairly often.

  13. Kahlypso on November 3, 2017 at 6:07 am
    (If any super secret paleo ancient God Weapons got picked up in Syria.. or if SA actually realised that only Russia had the cahoneys to actually handle something that hot (hands on glowing palentirs people…) naturally the Russians would have brought it back to the Northern fleet Headquarters….(which is in the Kola Penisula.. just next to the big huge brand spanking new, Lenin Era inspired..FSB headquarters….) Hey.. didnt Saudi Arabian princes start getting firendly with Vlad the Glad.. (that’s actually short for Gladiator-who-rips-out-the-throat-of-bears-with-his-teeth.. its Cherokee I think..) …. (if you’re reading this Vlad, I love you, you’re the only politican on this planet who speaks out against the evil of pedophilia.. so if you arent a rothschild puppet… please continue doing your good work)..and start buying Russian tech.. perhaps a blowback to taking the ‘problem’ away from people woefully inadequetely equipped to take care of it..

    If that wasnt an attack to black out at least the IT defenses around the FSB building..then… then it wasnt an attack and I’m way too suspicious nowadays.. but it feels like an attack to me. Especially IF and its a big IF there were any war loot coming from Syria/SA, say.. payment to the Russians by al-Assad for the Russians incredibly efficient help in Syria.. (or otherwwise known as.. How to do in 6 months what the Americans couldnt do in 10 years) and if it were a religious artifact.. with a phase congugate maser nuclear imploder that makes nice swirly patterns in the eather as it rips a hole in space time to the next dimension…in the middle..AAHH… Hang on.. would that swirly pattern be made if you’re rotating heated plasma in the atmosphere.. because if those swirly things are attempts at making relevatistic spheroids, then they might to attempting to use Marauder technology.. I mean.. if you havent heard about this weapon.. Think balls of lightening hitting you at the speed of light.. then bomdarding you with faster than the speed of light microwave and x ray radiation. I’ve seen plenty of patents where they’re magnetising eather in order to create big huge toroids without a dipole magnetism.. perhaps they’re seeing blue glowing light due to cheronkov radiation.. I think that the blue light is seen because its light going faster than our ability to see it..

  14. Tommi H on November 3, 2017 at 5:44 am

    Cool. Shields up!!

  15. Kahlypso on November 3, 2017 at 5:41 am

    “nuclear sabar rattling..”hehe
    Russia doesnt rattle a sabar.. They pick up the equivalent of a Hajjar al-Hibla..

    Luckily for them.. they dont need the western half of the globe to be populated..
    Dr F, didnt you write about a group of german soldiers getting wiped out by the russians in an ambush at the end of the WW2.. or maybe russians killed by russians… and they talked about a huge glowing ball of light…

    Well. anyway – it’s missiles..and swamp gas with cosmic rays deflected off Uranus and mass hysteria mixed with weather balloons.. Oh yeh.. I believe everything any government will tell me now.. its all so believable…
    I can only reitere what I’ve already said..
    This is a russian ICBM missile test..
    and I think.. that the first link might have something to do with the latest testing..
    1 thing that might bear relevance.. a LONG time ago.. when there were wild internetz roaming the land.. there were stories of arks of (Insert angelic name here) being uncovered and sent to Russia..
    Then.. if you remember.. the head of secret services in the penisula.. hang on.. having to go we go…
    Ok so Murmansk_Oblast Head of the Russian secret service up there.. got attacked with DDoS and electrical fires..
    Severomorsk home of the Northern Fleet.. just right next door..
    Some time last year… enormous amounts of radiation floated over Europe coming from Kola Peninsula.. remember??

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