Hold on to your hats, sit down, pour yourself two or three fingers of your favorite "adult beverage", and brace yourself, because this may be one for the record books. Ms. K. found this one, and it went right to the top of my list for this week's offering of high octane speculation:

Sixth generation warfare: manipulating space and time

The article begins by providing an unusual perspective on the manipulation of electromagnetic systems, specifically, the Iraqi radars when Israel struck Iraq's nuclear plant in the 1980s, and struck the Syrian reactor in 2007. This, the author notes, was as much about the manipulation of reaction times of the Syrians and Iraqis by compressing it, and expanding the "mission time" of Israeli striking forces. There was no actual manipulation of time, but the effect of the electronic interference the Israelis utilized amounted to time manipulation:

Operation Opera used a flaw in the Iraqi radar coverage to manipulate space and time (as seen by the Iraqi air defenses). In Operation Orchard, Israeli ELINT systems took control of Syrian air defense radar systems and manipulated space and time (as seen by the Syrian air defenses). Additionally, both missions time for the Iraqis and the Syrians (they had no time to react), and expanded time for the Israelis (allowing them time to complete their mission unmolested). These examples show the future of 6GW. Maybe the definition of space-time manipulation will help you understand the principles better.

This brings the author of the article, Ray Alderman, to the subject of 6GW, or Sixth Generation Warfare, and the actual manipulation of space-time as a weapon of war. Yes, you read that correctly: the proverbial "they" want to weaponize space time.

Go refill your "adult beverage," we have time(at least, for the moment)...

This admission is followed by a stunning paragraph, which, again, shows that the current capabilities of electronic counter-measure systems amount to the manipulation of space-time for an "enemy":

The Suter ELINT systems we have today, created by the Air Force’s “Big Safari” program, have advanced much further since 2007. They can secretly invade and control an enemy’s air defense radar systems, move their sensors and create a blind spot, and show normal air traffic screens while our fighters, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or bombers are approaching their targets undetected. We can show them recordings of normal air traffic patterns from last week. We can also show them screens with unidentified aircraft coming at them when none exist in their airspace. That gives our intelligence people the opportunity to track and record their response to a perceived (but false) attack, discover their command and control structure, DF (direction find) their SAM (surface-to-air missile) locations when they come up, intercept their communications traffic, and RFP (radio fingerprint) their transmitters (each one identified with a specific military unit). Once we have that information, we can further manipulate space and time, from our enemy’s perspective, and shroud them in a debilitating “fog of war.” (Emphasis added)

In other words, what is being weaponized is really the observer effect. And for those paying attention to the 9/11 truth community, where have we heard all this before?

And lest we think that this is merely manipulation of perception, there's this tantalizing reminder of an experiment that I've blogged about before:

Still skeptical? Look at what the scientists at Purdue University did in 2011. They modulated two light beams out of phase, in an optical fiber, creating a “hole in time.” In that hole, they placed data. Anyone intercepting that signal would only see a flat-line frequency of light, unless they know how to demodulate the out-of-phase light frequencies and retrieve the data (http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknapp/2013/06/06/take-that-nsa-scientists-hide-communications-using-a-hole-in-time). You can bet that the National Security Agency (NSA) and the crypto guys are interested in this technique of time manipulation.

There are many more examples of how we can manipulate space and time in 6GW warfare, but my evil masters will not give me the space to explain them here. Just understand that in 6GW, we are getting inside our enemy’s OODA loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act). Once inside, we can control what they see and hear, what they think, what they decide, and what they do, all to our advantage.

In my next installment, we must recap what we have learned in this next generation warfare series, and speculate on what 7GW would look like (holographic warfare?).(Emphasis added)

All of which brings me to my high octane speculation: suppose, for a moment, that the Purdue experiment could be expanded to the "macro-world", where an entire region could be placed into a "hole in time" into which different "data" was placed. In effect, this would create an entirely different region with its own timeline, and no one would be the wiser unless a means were found to "demodulate the out of phase light frequencies and retrieve the data." In other words, the technique would not be limited to its potential uses in cryptography, but in actual manipulation of the real world itself.

And, leaving the Purdue experiments altogether out of view, if mere manipulation of perception is a manipulation of the time of an observer (who is being manipulated), then the implications here are profound: Mandela Effect anyone? Now add to this the "macro-world" version of the Purdue experiments, and 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. kim on September 26, 2018 at 4:21 pm

    Shades of John titor…..

  2. Richard on September 21, 2018 at 1:52 am

    . . . Weaponizing Space / Time? . . More like wrestling semantics with its lengthy, linear, and imprecise representations while attempting to attach and translate sensory apparatus input with some coherence into word-press form. . . A mouth-full it might be, but to dream on is a far better place to play innocent and it’s easier, too, just not profitable unless extrapolated into cinema and staged special effects for the senses. . . Going destructive is worse than an overbearing temper tantrum that destroys worlds. . .

    . . . One might even guess that some operations, and those behind the cloak n dagger, have run out of ideas, cannot take the constructed junk with them (or it won’t move despite their best efforts and half-wit theorizations and symbols), and that what sounded like it would work is still missing something – that of which they know not what. . .

    . . . Since one does not know the flash-point of any “high-octane speculations” one will have to go silent again and be thought the fool for the sake of the ignare-en-masse of other cosmic interactions others insist on maintaining. . .

    . . . Until next time, one will be seated in front of this side of the monitor or nearby, pretending not to exist, and that one was never born to be or to know so much that lack must remain. . . And, . . that it is this ignorance one needs dominion over. . . No matter how one chooses not the path of ignorance in that which is, . . . . . that which is, is more than the sum of its parts for the skilled and navigating observer. . . One will surmise that the future has taken root in the present – The past is done. . .

  3. zendogbreath on September 20, 2018 at 9:54 pm

    most credible explanation for me goes to goshawks so far. imagine this all had something to do with uss liberty too. and donald cook.

    space – time is terminology way beyond my reach. time by definition just is. if it changes that kinda ruins the definition eh? besides that, it’s manmade. anyone care to prove times existence? properties? yes it’s a valuable tool. like math. to say that time can be changed is to say that math can be changed. now we’re heading into common core land.

    what i interpret the ideas posited here (besides gosh) is that we’re all speculating on what the victims of this game see on their monitors and how they’re distracted and required to process more info in less time than they otherwise would have had to do. that’s not changing nor bending “space – time.” i’m thinking this is what made tesla so caustic about einstein.

    the is the same circle logic that makes people believe in black holes and big bangs and dirty ice ball comets. since these models are so flawed we’ll throw in a couple variables more and call them all collectively dark matter. nevermind we have no idea what dark matter is. might as well call it magick. then again dark matter sounds so much more sciencey.

    so from this we might guess that that pork barrel strategic failure called the f35 is not that much of a failure kinda failure? and that when connor mcgregor feints with his right and clocks his prey with his left while the prey is distracted, we’re gonna have to say that the wild irishman bent space-time.

  4. goshawks on September 20, 2018 at 7:27 pm

    We are already within a split-off timeline. That’s what the “Tower of Babel Moment” was. Before that split, we had intraspecies telepathy of some sort (hence, a ‘common language’) resulting in a Common Purpose (the building of a ‘bridge to the gods’; likely a way to raise consciousness, species-wide). Someone (*cough* anunnaki *cough*) did not like that prospect, and figured out a way to split us off from our intended timeline…

    From within our split-off timeline:
    Cited article (from May 2015): “Additionally, both missions compressed time for the Iraqis and the Syrians (they had no time to react), and expanded time for the Israelis (allowing them time to complete their mission unmolested).”

    Within that concept, the Israelis just succeeded in another ‘mission’ near Syria. From ArsTechnica:
    “On Monday night, a Russian Air Force Ilyushin IL-20 ‘Coot-A’ electronic intelligence and radar reconnaissance aircraft monitoring the Idlib province of Syria was mistakenly shot down by Syrian air defense forces after an Israeli air strike on facilities in Latakia, Syria. … The IL-20 is a variant of Ilyushin’s turboprop IL-18, an airliner first built in the late 1950s. It carries a large side-looking airborne radar (SLAR) in a torpedo-shaped pod under its fuselage, as well as a suite of signals collection antennae, infrared and optical sensors, and satellite communications gear. The aircraft is the Russian Air Force’s leading intelligence-collection platform, and at least one has been deployed to provide overwatch in Syria since 2015. It allows Russia to listen in to anti-government and ISIS fighters’ communications chatter and other electronic emissions, provide targeting data for Syrian military strikes, and keep an eye on the Turkish and US military units operating in and around Syria.”

    I am of the opinion that (1) the IL-20 and its experienced ELINT crew were the prime target in the whole ‘raid’ and (2) the Israeli F-16s conducting the ‘raid’ were only a distraction – an Israeli F-35 did the deed. Remember, there is now an operational squadron of Israeli F-35s, which has been practicing being stealthy over Syria and Lebanon (and maybe Iran). This has been overlooked in most analyses of the shoot-down…

    My opinion is that the Israeli F-16s were used to keep the Russian/Syrian radar operators focused on them and ignoring the rest of the area. The main mission of the F-16s could have been to draw-out the Syrians to fire S-200 missiles at them (and the Russians to okay the launch). Without that, the downing of the IL-20 by ‘nothing’ would have been too obvious.

    If the Syrians were firing S-200 missiles towards the general area, there would be ‘plausible deniability’ that a S-200 took-out the IL-20. A quick ‘snap shot’ by the radar-invisible F-35 could explain the issue of a ‘Syrian missile’ ignoring a Russian IFF transmission from the IL-20. Meanwhile, the F-16s flew around looking busy.

    This might even explain why the Russians noticed a ‘firing’ from a French frigate around that time. Their radars may have picked-up the non-stealthy missile fired from the F-35 (nearby or over the frigate) and assumed it was from the frigate. This could have even been a part of the overall plan, if the Israelis wanted to spark a NATO incident when the Russians fired back at the French frigate…

    (My condolences to the families of the IL-20 crew.)

    • David on September 21, 2018 at 12:46 am

      The 20 scientists that went down with MH370…
      were they not the holders of a patent for stealth technology?
      Freescale… an ELECTRONIC WARFARE and MILITARY RADAR firm.

      Can’t help but think there is some connection here…

      • goshawks on September 21, 2018 at 1:16 am

        Possibly some connection, but nobody “went down with MH370.” It was diverted to Diego Garcia. The 20 scientists may have been ‘escorted’ off the plane and into servitude somewhere, or they may just have been whacked…

    • Gaia Mars-hall on September 22, 2018 at 7:07 pm

      Good thinking Goshawks concerning the issue of Israeli F-35 and their stealth deatj games … I hope you might offer your comments over at the Saker or Ft.Rus…It might open up the playing field a bit.

      Now in this incident we do know that the Russians were warned by the Israeli’s only 1 minute before the action which itself is a weaponizing of not only space and time, but a disingenuous warping of an agreement made with Russia as concerns Syria, which is the type of cheating that technically is not that characterizes a certain behavior of a certain powerful tribe….

      So of course then this whole article itself stinks of Mossadian disinfo….

      • goshawks on September 22, 2018 at 7:52 pm

        Gaia Mars-hall, thanks. I had already posted a version over at The Saker. No one seems to have integrated into their worldview that a stealthy fighter/bomber has been flying over those areas for months. In fact, there seems to be a news blackout on what they are doing. There are ways to detect stealth aircraft; I just wonder if these are being overlooked…

  5. marcos toledo on September 20, 2018 at 7:15 pm

    This looks like the cloaking technology or its forerunner from Dune, Star Trek, Predator one wonders what other nasty toys are in the military toyboxs around the world.

  6. anakephalaiosis on September 20, 2018 at 6:40 pm

    Hypnosis is folding microcosmic space.

    Mass hypnosis is folding mesocosmic space.

    Pyramid hypnosis is folding macrocosmic space. Death Star Bach.

  7. Francois Raby on September 20, 2018 at 6:16 pm

  8. DownunderET on September 20, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    Why can’t we all just get along.

    • Tim H on September 22, 2018 at 6:05 pm

      You read my mind.

  9. Westcoaster on September 20, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    This sounds like part of the Chinese “Assassin’s Mace” strategy. Michael Pillsbury explains this in detail in his book “The One-Hundred Year Marathon”.

  10. Robert Barricklow on September 20, 2018 at 1:27 pm

    Which means “we’re” just being introduced to this ne toy; while others have perfected it and moved on. In other words, are our cousins currently[or is that word meaningless?] using this on us?

    • Robert Barricklow on September 20, 2018 at 1:28 pm

      “new”? toy…

  11. WalkingDead on September 20, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    Nothing like a little one-upmanship, look what we can do, in retaliation for Putin’s speech revealing the “evil” Russian “empires” new weaponry. While this may work on Syria and Iraq, one has to wonder how it might affect Russia’s new toys, if at all.
    Took them a little while to come up with this, didn’t it…

  12. Lost on September 20, 2018 at 9:41 am

    Ah yes, the hidden village of Brigadoon.

    The bigger trick is to get the opposition to continually use the wrong tools to process the data. A totally non-digital example would be a narrow thinking that only allows one to read a book by weighing it, or measuring its dimensions, and grinding it up and testing its chemical composition.

    Another weaponization of of space time (not space-time, which is another name for the aether) is getting an enemy to waste resources destroying something that isn’t, thereby exposing his/her tactics and processes to survey. A decent example is Israel wasting effort to claim Syria had a nuclear reactor, it didn’t, and then destroying what’s not there. Makes for a good show, and allows Israel to say “see, what we’re up against”, but it elucidates the fact that Israel in this case will was big resources on something useless–kind of like the US invasion of Iraq.

  13. basta on September 20, 2018 at 8:08 am

    Seamless electronic gaslighting on an industrial scale, as impressive as it is scary.

    So basically they hack the enemy’s (read target’s) entire command and control architecture and spoof it. I’m sure they’d never dream of using a version this on the public.

  14. DanaThomas on September 20, 2018 at 6:57 am

    If I understand your line of reasoning, we might say that this type of time manipulation occurred even more often in the past. In the era of colonialism, European armies appeared out of the blue in other people’s countries wielding weapons that none had seen or heard of before. Sometimes with the addition of religious proselytism of various sorts.
    In our time, when we tend to rely on information acquired from some electronic source even more than on our own eyes, it is just the instruments of manipulation that have been changed.
    If we dig deep enough, we will probably find that the concept encapsulated in the expression “observer effect” has been understood for ages.

    • Connedincalifornia on September 20, 2018 at 1:19 pm

      Great comment.

      • justawhoaman on September 20, 2018 at 7:05 pm

        I agree. I wanted to “like” that one by Dana. Hat doffing type comment.

    • Eve Leung on September 21, 2018 at 12:14 am

      There are two suspicious case

      One) The huge fire in Moscow, there were lot of strange vitrification found around the old city ruin, as well as higher radiation reading compare with other new area.

      Two) The rumor about Black Death Plague, according to some eyewitness there was indeed some kind of black hooded figure weaving scythe in the field, smoke came out of the scythe object, and people fall ill soon after the smoke reach them; Or a mist floated into the city, wherever the mist covered, people fall ill. (According to David Hatcher Childress)

      If both cases are real, we are actually seeing a group of break away (un)civiliz(ed)ation people doing high tech stuff behind our back, or I should say in our face.

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