Mr. G. sent along this recent article from RT, and given the timing, I have to wonder just what the heck is going on. But we'll get back to the high octane speculation - including Mr. G.'s own - in a moment. First, the article itself:

Earth must strengthen its defenses against mutant space bacteria – Russian scientists

The article notes an odd series of experiments performed in Russia with "space bacteria":

A Russian experiment called 'Biorisk' has revealed that various microorganisms from Earth were able to survive in the harsh conditions of space on the surface of the International Space Station (ISS). It was carried out starting in January 2005 at the Russian segment of the ISS and saw 68 different organisms, including bacteria, insects, vertebrate animal and higher plants, used as test subjects.

The mutated bacteria showed high aggressiveness and resistance to antibiotics on their return to Earth, the Russian report, prepared for the meeting of the International Committee on Space Research in the US later in July, said.

And it ends with a call for stricter quarantine regimes for objects returning to Earth (think Japan's Hayabusa-2 asteroid probe, for example):

"In addition, the danger is posed by terrestrial microorganisms that returned from space after visiting another planet and transforming in an unknown manner in its atmosphere," it added.

According to the paper, the Russian scientists are going to use the result of their research to develop measures aimed at protecting Earth form this threat.

Note that the Russian experiment is implying the possibility of these organisms mutating, or perhaps even combining with terrestrial bacteria to form new strains. This led Mr. G. to speculate that perhaps this has already been observed, or that perhaps it is already being engineered.

In either case, what is par for the course here is that the Russians have been calling for beefed-up defenses from asteroids ever since Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev's strange remarks about a month prior to the Chelyabinsk meteor incident, about which I've spoken much on this site. Asteroids certainly could be a vehicle for the "seeding" of such bacteria on Earth, unintentionally or perhaps even intentionally. This latest call appears to be part of that pattern.

But it's the timing of this that also intrigues me, for it occurs just a few days before the Putin-Trump summit is supposedly to occur. I cannot help but think that space matters, and planetary defense will be high on the agenda, but perhaps not openly talked about. However, there's another deeper possibility here. Let's recall the famous affidavit of Dr. Carol Rosin once again. Dr. Rosin, as most readers here are aware, was a one-time associate and assistant to Dr. Werner von Braun at Fairchild Industries. She has alleged in her now famous Rosin Affidavit, given to Dr. Steven Greer (MD) for inclusion in his book Disclosure, that von Braun told her that the plan for weaponizing space would proceed along a predetermined pattern of "justifications": first the Communists would be the target, and hence we needed weapons in space to defend against them. Then it would be terrorists, then "nations of concern" (think North Korea or Iran), then it would be asteroids (think Prime Minister Medvedev's pre-Chelyabinsk remarks), and then finally, it would be extra-terrestrials.

Given the accuracy of her prediction, made years before 9/11, and what has happened since, I cannot help but wonder, with this new focus on "extra-terrestrial organisms" (in this case, bacteria), if perhaps we are not witnessing the first slow indicators of a coming "change in the narrative" to get people accustomed to the idea of the need for space weaponization against asteroids that could be carrying more than just helium-3 or quadrillions of dollars of titanium, but also carrying, first "something" else, and then, finally, "someone" else.

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. goshawks on July 16, 2018 at 3:31 am

    Somewhat related to this column; enjoy…

    Babylon 5: The Gathering (1993 TV Movie)
    The B5 Commander tells an annoying alien from Narn that he’s just swallowed a microscopic tracking/listening device. After G’kar leaves in a huff, his Security Chief talks to the Commander:

    Garibaldi: “Think they’ll ever find that transmitter you slipped G’kar?”
    Sinclair: “No. Because there isn’t one.”
    Garibaldi: What?
    Sinclair: “I lied. If I had put one in, sooner or later, they would have found it. This way, they’ll keep looking.”
    Garibaldi (frowning): “Commander, do you have any idea of the tests they’ll put him through? The things they’ll do to him, looking for a transmitter that isn’t there?”
    Sinclair (smiling): “Yes. Come on.”
    Garibaldi: “There are some days I love this job.”

    Jeffrey Sinclair: “Sooner or later, everyone comes to Babylon 5.”

    • goshawks on July 16, 2018 at 3:50 am

      And just because:

      B5 Commander Jeffrey Sinclair: “There’s a 24 hour period in my life that I can’t account for; it happened during the war with your people. You wouldn’t be holding anything out on me; would you, old friend?”

      Ambassador Delenn: “Commander, I would never tell you anything that was not in your best interest…”

  2. Pierre on July 15, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    I’ll have to wait until Iron Sky II comes out later this year. Maybe the mutant space bacteria will turn the wonderful black guy to deep space black instead of white like Iron Sky I , black as the ace of spades. Then he can accuse his brothers of being white supremacists.

  3. goshawks on July 15, 2018 at 12:29 am

    On the darker side: What would happen if a city-buster size (nickel/iron) asteroid “just happened” to land on or near a city deemed ‘expendable’ by the Cabal/Deep State? That could usher-in One World ‘protection’ projects on many levels…

  4. Robert Barricklow on July 14, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    Part of the evolutionary shake, rattle, & stir?

  5. Richard on July 14, 2018 at 7:09 am

    . . . Interesting point regarding inbound asteroids and stowaway microbes that one could almost ask, “So what’s new?’ if one also held closely to the notion of panspermia. . . It’s not likely there will be a need to re-instate [Title 14, Section 1211 of the Code of Federal Regulations], initially adopted on July 16, 1969, before the Apollo moon shots; revoked in 1977 and removed from the Code of Federal Regulations in 1991. . .
    . . . The interpretation of this code back when caused some stir where liability was concerned. . . “Snopes,” gave one explanation about this code never being directly worded so as to be read as an arrest-type-law if found in such a predicament. . . Terrestrially one does not transcend downward to Earth from outside the atmosphere unless one is an astronaut / cosmonaut in which case that Federal Code was meant to apply. . . It did not explicitly cover the possibility of Extra-terrestrials making human or animal contact(s) and traversing the atmosphere to do so or at least the appearances of doing so. . . As for the “Strange Harvest,” as Linda Moulton-Howe describes it, and rightly so, animal mutilations of high strange-ness is a bit beyond the norm, too, and extra-terrestrial involvement has not been ruled, either, just scoffed at. . .




    The presumptive Snopes viewpoint on it:

    pointing out that it was meant for astronauts. . .

    Back to the asteroid threat Werner von Braun suggests. . . Since the Chelyabinsk impact-explosive burnup there have been nearly a half dozen unexpected large atmospheric asteroid burnups and fly-bys not including Oumuamua. . . Two, maybe three, were over Russia again like Chelyabinsk and the earlier, now presumed, Tunguska impact of June 1908. . . Planet Earth still goes through the Taurid meteor stream twice a year, making more encounters of fly-bys, bolides, or fireballs greater than zero. . . These considerations seem to give Russians motivation to deter such potential impacts before they do terrestrial damage. . . Working out the how-to is the elusive conundrum in the mix. . . Explosive missiles, since making them is not anything new, seems a way forward if it were not for the escalation in over all terrestrial armaments. . . That quick fix in the form of missiles is not anything to embrace when one considers a multitude of unknown probabilities that seem to exceed permutations of trust or who else might acquire such explosive devices. . .

    . . . For those planning on mining some asteroids for material resources, that implies breaking it up into smaller pieces – more manageable smaller pieces all round. . . It seems possible, anyway. . . By the same token, if really up to the trek to the asteroids, they might be able to be moved out of a dangerous trajectory while being reduced into a piece meal commodity. . . Again, the how-to, and when to, comes up. . . One of the issues with piece-meal bits through the atmosphere is what disruption those hard to predict pieces and trajectories might cause on deliberately placed satellites, spacecraft, and orbiting space stations. . . Some of this actually sounds possible. . .

    . . . When Werner von Braun put forth his sequence of events and probable people involvement, as Dr Rosin’s affidavit suggests, it might also be suggested that that thinking was well focused on the people of his experience and time of upbringing. . . Today one need not be herded into that mind set nor stampeded into stupidity or sane decision-making left to only one with a white coat boasting of credentials or well-dressed politician able to garner votes with lies. . . One might also ask, “Is humankind being manipulated into a herd mentality toward a stampede of significant consequences?”. .

    . . . Something of this nature, this threat of being directed beyond human control, was suggested from an interview 1994 with Jim Penniston that Linda Moulton Howe put into a DVD Linda produced covering Göbekli Tepe, Ancient Stone Circles, E T Terra-forming, strange aerial drones with a type of symbolizing characteristic of self-activating extraterrestrial software associated with self-activating extraterrestrial technologies. . . A more complete accounting is written in “Glimpses of Other Realities,” Vol II. . . It reads almost as exacting as Werner von Braun’s account to Dr Rosin’s affidavit in that, to paraphrase from that 1994 session, “. . . hurt the world. It will breach national security, . . . can destroy the system, . . cause wars, . . chaos in the streets, . . .” These things were from that 1994 session, albeit, generalizations to a degree, from an incident in late 1980, but close enough to note similarities over the last 38 years, as if a re-run on TV. . . It is the terrestrial people, humankind, who are doing most of the actual deeds that seem to include both extremes of the good/bad scale most folks have been brought up to believe. . . Coincidence or consequence, maybe both in part, playing out because of that Rendlesham Forest incident in December 1980. . .

  6. goshawks on July 14, 2018 at 4:23 am

    I remember one item mentioned by Charles Fort in one of his collections of unusual happenings. Long before airplanes and ‘blue ice’, rural folks found a large chunk of ice melting in a field. No one could figure out how it got there. More-aware types now would put it down to an icy meteor fragment that made it all the way to ground.

    (Ordinary meteorites that have just landed have been picked up and dropped quickly, because they are cold. The quick trip through the atmosphere burned off surface material, but the interior remained at space temperature. Conduction returned the surface to a cold state before it was picked up. Wild.)

    Once that icy meteorite melted, any organisms it carried were released into our air, ground, or water. The same is true for any icy meteorite. Thus, we have endlessly been exposed to whatever the universe might bring us. That includes mysterious outbreaks of plagues. So, we the survivors have been ‘inoculated’ against the best (worst) Nature has to offer. Further ‘defenses’ are not needed…

    (Thus, ‘protective measures’ are a psy-op or some Deep State plan…)

    • Ronin on July 14, 2018 at 11:01 am

      Well said

  7. Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:48 pm

    The PTB are planning a coup[plan A] in Iran.
    Plan B is an outright war.
    Plan A has high military officials outside the revolutionary Guard & Iran. Former soldiers and others within the ranks. the West will forment domestic unrest. Not only economically but w/an outbreak of disese[s]/poison[s].
    it’s already started with hundreds in the hospitals. All adding to the unrest & the military to save the day.
    Tap water?

    • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:51 pm

      …and, of course, the new military will distance themselves from the U.S. and say it’s all about nationalism.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2018 at 12:23 am

      Like in Turkey, the Russians are cluing Iran in.

  8. Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    Just another example of the inherent nature of the universe’s deception.
    Not only is it easy to deceive within the living universe, it’s essential.
    To achieve a 3D universe within a multi-dimensional universe reality must be distorted. Symbols must align proportionally to the whole reality, to avoid losing critical information in a fog of detail.
    Ironically, reality must offer a selective, incomplete view of a useful and truthful picture. An accurate 3D reality must deceive.

    Couldn’t resist.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 14, 2018 at 10:17 pm

      Holographic in nature?

      • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2018 at 11:05 am

        … engineered to engender intelligence? and/or harvest it?
        and/or commercialize in some form or other?

        • Robert Barricklow on July 15, 2018 at 11:08 am

          or, on the other end of the spectrum;
          a moving, evolving artistic expression.
          A living masterpiece?

  9. marcos toledo on July 13, 2018 at 6:32 pm

    Andromeda Strain anybody and let’s throw in Panspermia this is a lively Universe. Life is everywhere don’t listen to the life is rare mouthpieces of our scientific priesthood. By the way, read the book it is still reliant decades after it was published.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:07 pm

      Read it in 1969.
      His 1975 The Great train Robbery is just as good.
      His State of Fear put him in the press crosshairs as he spoke about the politicization of science including the climate B.S.

  10. anakephalaiosis on July 13, 2018 at 4:45 pm

    Micro aliens arrive just in time, for Martians to catch sneeze in The War of the Worlds, while six million fake news are on the move, in the end of civilisation, as Thunderchild goes up in flames.

    Sci-Fi classics.

  11. WalkingDead on July 13, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    I seriously doubt we need to worry about “space bacteria” infecting us, unless it is by design. We should be spending our time ridding ourselves of the current deadly parasitic infection which is currently attempting to kill us all in order to fulfill their “destiny”.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:08 pm

      Hear, Hear!

  12. Levi G on July 13, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    The set up for a fake hostile alien invasion by breakaway post-Nazis just keeps getting grander. Maybe we will see an imaged Maria Orsic, bringing with her a deadly case of space-syphilis.

    • Levi G on July 13, 2018 at 1:48 pm

      Unaged not imaged

  13. DanaThomas on July 13, 2018 at 6:39 am

    The Theresa May version of the story: Earth needs stricter defenses against Russian bacteria dropped from space….

    • Ronin on July 13, 2018 at 9:28 pm


      That would almost be more believable than the current Skripal narrative.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 10:10 pm

      Too true.

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