When Mr. G.K. shared the article which is the subject of today's main blog, I had to figure out where to "file it": under Babylon's Banksters? Or should I create a new "Alchemy" tab? In the end, "Geoengineering" won out, for reasons that will become apparent when we get to the article.

But first, a little context. Many years ago I blogged about the discovery of a little bacterium that gobbles up lots of stuff and poops out... well...uhm... er... gold, giving perhaps new meaning to the old phrase "its poop doesn't stink." On the more serious side of things, I pointed out at the time that the little bacterium may have been behind the statements in many alchemical texts that it was necessary, in order to create the Philosophers' Stone, that some stage of the process had to involve - and there's no delicate way to put this - putrefying dung. There was something else that fascinated me in this connection, and that was the many stories about various forms of simple bacteria or even plant life that seemed to thrive in the inhospitable environment of cooling pools in nuclear reactors.

All that was needed was to find a form of bacteria that would gobble up radioactive elements and... well... uhm... er... poop out something benign and inert.

Well, those always-Byzantine-never-to-be-trusted-Russians and their evil-super-genius-criminal-mastermind Vladimir Putin-who-is-behind-all-the-world's-ills-and-conspiracies have found that little bug, if this article is true:

Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria that Neutralizes Nuclear Waste

Consider, for a moment, the geoengineering, and geopolitical, implications of the following:

Russia does it again! In another groundbreaking feat, Russian scientists found a way to neutralize nuclear radioactivity through bacterial intervention. This is exactly in line with their previous announcement about an industrial method pertaining to the transmutation of elements via biochemical approach.

The unique bacteria, discovered in a nuclear waste storage site in Siberia, shows promise as a tool for the creation of a natural barrier to the spread of radionuclides.

Researchers from the Moscow-based Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Federal Research Center for Biotechnology have been able to isolate microorganisms which can be used to safeguard the surrounding environment from liquid radioactive waste.

Scientists made the discovery while conducting microbiological studies of the groundwater at the Seversky deep radiation burial site in Seversk, Tomsk region, Siberia, where liquid radioactive waste from the Siberian Chemical Combine, which supplies and reprocesses low enriched uranium for nuclear fuel, is stored.

Their research, recently published in Radioactive Waste, a Russian scientific journal, suggests that the bacteria is capable of converting radionuclide ions, including those found in uranium and plutonium, into sedentary forms, thereby preventing the spread of dangerous radiation into the surrounding environment. Through lab experimentation, the scientists were able to fine tune the conditions necessary for the bacteria to carry out its useful work.

The researchers say their findings are a first step in creation a biogeochemical barrier for radionuclides for use in deep burial sites containing liquid radioactive waste.

What intrigues here is something the article does not mention. You might recall that a few months ago, the evil-super-genius-criminal-mastermind Vladimir Putin-who-is-behind-all-the-world's-ills-and-conspiracies made an offer to Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of the always-to-be-trusted-and-we're-not-really-involved-in-a-secret-nuclear-weapons-program-Japan that Russia would lend its assistance to that country in cleaning up the Fukushima disaster after the earthquake and tsunami attack on that country purely coincidental earthquake and tsunami that hit that country after then US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates' blatant threat measured warning that Japan would face dire consequences American displeasure if it continued to press for the closure of American bases in that country, such as the base at Okinawa.

At the time, I suspected as a matter of today's high octane speculation that Russia's offer was both genuine, and that it was based on some such technology. In other words, I suspect that the public release of the story of this discovery may actually lag behind the actual degree of Russian capabilities in this respect. Russia, like every other great power, does not parade its most advanced capabilities and secrets for everyone to see, and this may be the case here. The story coincides with rumors and stories that Israel may have discovered a means to combat radiation sickness in its early stages.

In any case, the geopolitical potentials are enormous, for if such a "bug" could be genetically modified to enhance its radiation gobbling capabilities, then this might mean that the one thing that has held the use of nuclear weapons in check - fallout - might be removed.

And that would make their use feasible, if one could protect one's own population from the radioactive fallout after-effects. In short, this bug may just have done an end run around the doctrine of MAD, mutually assured destruction.

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. dLux on October 17, 2018 at 3:41 am

    Data dump ….

    – Plasma has been found to neutralize radiation.

    – HHO Torch has very interesting characteristics (because it contains plasma?). It has been found to neutralize radiation.

    -I suspect that Torsion fields and/or Scalar waves will also neutralize radiation. (Beyond my comprehension.)

    – Walter Russell’s spiral list of elements is far superior than the bunk we were taught. With his chart, you can see how elements can be (alchemical) “transmutated”. (By the way, he correctly named and described the characteristics of a number of elements that were yet undiscovered at the time).

    -Jim S (~rock) had an article with an early nuclear engineer who described that they had the means and technology to keep refining nuclear waste, and re-use it until it was totally gone. (I believe that was the reference in one of the previous comments.)

    – I would not put it past those death-eater globalist psychopaths, that planned to fill the world with radioactive waste from all the nuclear power plants … and have multiple “accidents” that threatened life on the surface of Tera.
    Oh! What am I saying?!?! It’s happening right now! Have you not heard how many nuclear installations and waste sites are leaking along the West Coast of N. America?

    – I came across an article that Chernobyl was powering something like the woodpecker (early HAARP) and that is why it was …. ahem … “sabotaged” … a la pre-Stuxnet.

    Just speculation folks…
    Nothing to see here. Move on!

    Or is it?

    • zendogbreath on October 18, 2018 at 12:21 am

      word delux. word.

      the whole point of the nuke system was to hang a sword over all of our heads. and gosh, just the fact that bill gates jr love thorium and nukes is enough to make clear what the eugenicists’ plans are.

      for decades the only logic i’ve heard argued is that MAD principle of mutually assured destruction. it was used to reassure us that govt’s wouldn’t attack each other and kill us all. it was used to reassure us that corporate oligarchs would screw up on purpose or otherwise and poison themselves off the planet. i’ve heard argued for years now if not more than a decade that rockheads et al have obviously cracked that nut. they’re not worried about nuke health issues in the least.

      so now the question is what and where can each of us smart enough to look get access to and use such tech in a limited enough way to not offend the matrix operators to drone/plasma strike our houses just as the ignite the lithium batteries in our phones, laptops and smartmeters. (i guess i coulda condensed that last sentence into a new verb “santa rosa” us.)

      so how do we learn what we need to know to be on the other side of the fence if not the other side of the county when the slaughter house trucks pull into the farmer’s yard?

      • dLux on October 19, 2018 at 1:41 am

        Ever heard of Maharishi Effect?
        Or Lynne McTaggart’s Intention Experiments?

        Basically, if we got together as a collective and had a prayer/script of positive intention, we can affect reality and change the outcome.

        You spoke of changing things before the slaughter house trucks arrive ( to take people to the FEMA camps I presume)
        …. and for me it is the insanity of 5G.

        Have a look at this image:

        • zendogbreath on October 21, 2018 at 12:35 am

          good point dlux. love that art. there’s a yt of him making it. beautiful watching people’s reactions to it.

          btw, speaking of alchemy:
          www youtube com/watch?v=5vOMGQTjW9k&feature=em-uploademail

          makes clear that carbon dating is another globalist line of poo.

  2. zendogbreath on October 16, 2018 at 10:47 pm

    gosh and lost,
    i got a little less faith in carbon dating that the little faith you two expressed.

    yo tube dot com/watch?v=ut0KH3h7JVs&feature=em-uploademail

    i think this is the video i meant to send you. the last few years of standard theory / corporate media / consensus scientists have slowly admitted that variable and varied solar emissions aka flares, affect rates of decay so much as to pooch carbon dating. (i think pooch is the scientific term – didn’t hawking use that term all the time?). the speculative nature (non-lab, non-scaled to all sizes experimentally verified theories) of carbon dating, black holes, big bangs,……… leave everything to progressively more and more imagination.

    i love my imagination too. i like it most when it nets me realistic and tangible results. i think we might want to distance ourselves from carbon dating type consensus science.

    btw, did any hear of paul stammets yet? he’s done some great mycobiology. had fungi that digests petroleum waste for years. pretty sure his work is mostly umbrella’d by darpa now. hmm. wonder if that had anything to do with the fact that we heard nothing about using his tech to clean up deepwater horizon all the while they kept sweeping that nightmare under an ever deeper and more toxic rug of corexit instead? was it perhaps that they always intended to not clean up that mess? could these all be weaponized natural and non-natural disasters?

    i only bring this up as another example of a larger pattern that we might expect to see here with this potentially new tech doc brought up.

  3. Pierre on October 16, 2018 at 10:12 pm

    So the Russians have cleaned up Chernobyl then? Radiatied Nations, heal thyself first. At least they were honest about that event… Japan is all smilies and 30 million 1 tonne plastic bags all over japan spreading the benefits of nuclear power and trusting GE and the cabal.
    Perhaps these bacteria if they do sequester it can reduce these bags to a million or so , though don’t forget about the waters of life and the endless stream from that plant. the pacific will have to be boiled first then bacteriorated, then bagged.
    (/Monty Python – how do you know he is the King… well, he ‘aint got shit all over him… sure, but what is that black goo all over him… oh, that turned the shit into gold…)

  4. Richard on October 16, 2018 at 8:45 pm

    . . . Barrels, one would rather not be over or too close to. . .

    . . . A “bug” that doesn’t get shredded by ionizing radiation particles and remains reasonably stable without getting reduced to atomized bits is a good thing. . . Japan had a rather rude awakening to nuclear fallout and lingering ionizing radiation a few years back, not that Fukushima Daiichi site is a brandnew event or anything of a surprise. . . As secretive as the Japanese usually are with state secrets there’s a few things that can only be speculated about and little else said about what they’ve discovered since the 40’s. . .

    . . . The US also has a few things to consider where nuclear waste is concerned and would assuredly be interested in this clean-up bug. . . One area that was once used for nuclear weapons testing were islands in the Pacific – Some 40 islands of the Enewetak Atoll of the Marshall Islands, one of them, Runit Island. . . Runit is known for its “Dome” of concrete that houses tons of radio-active waste from those test days. . . Some might say, so what, . . well, . . . it’s begun leaking. . . With rising sea levels, incidents of storm surge water invasion, the porous nature of the atoll in general, and deterioration of the island repository of nuclear waste, it poses an additional Pacific Basin threat. . . Runit Dome is one of several out there at risk or leaking. . .

    . . . At the risk of aiding and abetting your “high-octane speculation” into the glowing and radiant abyss of the Great Waters with a potentiating flash-point and what the locals call a “poison in our island,” the eastern seaboard of the US is not as safe from a Fukushima Tsunami event as some might guffaw. . . The risk of that type of sudden wave event lies beneath the waters off of Porto Rico – The Porto Rican Trench. . . It’s not only the deepest part of the Atlantic and southern most part of the Bermuda Triangle with an unusually large negative gravity anomaly, largest one on the planet, but its also a subduction zone at depth. . . What’s less known is whether it poses a Tsunami risk to the eastern seaboard of the US. . .

    . . . Tectonic models are still a work in progress for which one most accurately portrays the trench, the sea level, and any travel away from the Island nation. . . The east coast has quite a few nuclear power plants a little to close to the shoreline for comfort sake, but are they at risk for a 9.1 quake event off of Porto Rico and subsequent Tsunami, one doesn’t know. . .

    . . . One is all for recycling radioactive contaminants and / or reducing them to reusable forms as one suspects the bio-form may likely yield a safe and sustaining modality until the waste is reduced to null. . . One cannot ignore the business aspect of this potential, either, and how useful it would be for all major powers using nuclear energy to deal with their less talked about concerns of storage. . . Studies and applications into these microbes could shed light on what’s been suggested as to how the planet transformed for oxygen air breathers. . . Just think of all the off-world terra-forming potential for dealing with radiation torched celestial bodies just waiting for the right conversion technique. . . Or the spin-off technology to correct disaster ridden areas. . . Other off-world civilizations might just invite Terran Hominids to an auction of one of their celestial bodies in its transformation into something other than a roundish rock. . . For a price, of course. . . Wonder what their fine print looks like. . .

  5. WalkingDead on October 16, 2018 at 7:25 pm

    The nuclear fuel loop was closed long ago and scrapped by President Carter, I believe. Rather short sighted and stupid if you ask me.

    • goshawks on October 16, 2018 at 7:47 pm

      IMHO, this was one of the ‘requirements’ that Georgia Governor Carter had to agree to carry-out in order to get the nod/help to become President Carter. JS ( notes that the spent-fuel ponds becoming ‘overstocked’ by the non-closed nuclear fuel loop have now become blackmail items: “Behave, or we will do something to cut-off power to the pumps and water-circulation in the spent-fuel ponds (or breach it) and cause you a radiological disaster.” (Note: This would NOT be a nuclear-weapon type of explosion; ‘only’ resulting in a large area of uninhabitability due to vaporization of the fuel.)

    • Lost on October 16, 2018 at 8:10 pm

      Nuclear power, fission, is a horrid idea.

      And breeder reactors weren’t gonna fix it.

      • goshawks on October 17, 2018 at 3:36 am

        Actually, thorium-cycle reactors (smeared as ‘breeder reactors’) were going to fix it. The partially-consumed fuel cores from ordinary reactors would go into the thorium-cycle reactors, generate further power, and be consumed/transformed into short-lived, low-threat products. As WD put it, the nuclear fuel loop was closed, successfully, until Carter shut that research down…

        (And before you blather-on about exotic technologies, this is all we’ve got until the PTB see fit to release anything to the public…)

        • Lost on October 17, 2018 at 8:18 am

          Funny, I’ve never heard of “breeder” reactors using thorium. I’ve heard of thorium reactors.

          To me breeder reactor means using uranium to make plutonium and then using that for more energy generation. Is thorium one of the products along the way?

          The problem is that nuclear reactions, as done with a reactor, or bomb, massively stress the aether.

          • goshawks on October 17, 2018 at 6:07 pm

            “Breeder reactor: Nuclear reactor that produces more fissionable material than it consumes to generate energy. This special type of reactor is designed to extend the nuclear fuel supply for electric power generation. Whereas a conventional nuclear reactor (q.v.) can use only the readily fissionable but scarce isotope Uranium-235 for fuel, a breeder reactor employs either Uranium-238 or Thorium, of which sizable quantities are available. Uranium-238, for example, accounts for more than 99 percent of all naturally occurring uranium. In breeders, approximately 70 percent of this isotope can be utilized for power production. Conventional reactors, in contrast, can extract less than one percent of its energy.” (my italics)

            “An alternative to uranium fuel is thorium. Thorium (232Th) is a fertile material, requiring the use of a fissile ‘driver’ isotope, such as 235U to initiate the fission process. After absorbing a neutron from the driver isotope fission, the 232Th turns into another fissile isotope of uranium (233U).

            Thorium offers a number of potential advantages. It is estimated that the reserve of thorium resources in the earth’s crust is two to three times higher than that of uranium resources. It is available in large quantities in countries such as China and India, both of which have rapidly expanding economies requiring additional sustainable power sources.

            Applications for thorium-based fuels in nuclear technology are in the form of LEU/Th, a CANDU bundle with elements of low enriched uranium and thorium. This fuel would result in a 12 percent reduction of NU for every megawatt of electricity generation. Furthermore, it would create a path for more advanced thorium fuel applications, such as Th/Pu fuel, which will have greater economic and thorium resource utilization benefits, eventually leading to a fully closed fuel cycle.

            Thorium can also be used in FBRs [fast breeder reactors], as an alternative to uranium-based driver fuels.”

          • goshawks on October 17, 2018 at 6:21 pm

            Lost: “The problem is that nuclear reactions, as done with a reactor, or bomb, massively stress the aether.”

            Hmmm. I wonder how the natural fission reactor in Gabon, Africa, stressed the aether?

          • Lost on October 17, 2018 at 8:30 pm


            So indeed breeder reactors are NOT necessarily thorium reactors. Not something I dispute.

            The breeder reactors discussed widely in the 1970s involved uranium. And that CANDU example still used uranium.

            As for that “natural” reactor stressing the aether. Yes. It does. As does say the high natural uranium content of the soil in some parts of Arizona and New Mexico. Note deserts.

            Another problem with man made nuclear reactors (fission) is brittlized piping and reactor vessels. Such faults are clearly caused by not fully understood interactions of radiation and things like stainless steel. BUT the problems don’t usually show up until the reactor has been in use for 25+ years.

            There’s what 60 years of nuclear reactor vessel engineering including totally new metallurgy?

            Whereas with steam vessels, so steam engines, and petrol engines are related, there’s 3000+ years of metallurgy, and know how.

  6. marcos toledo on October 16, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    If these technologies are real that makes the use of nuclear power safe for it would take care of the toxic waste problem. On the other hand it might lead the tribal chieftains of Europe and their colonies especially the USA to use them in war they are already using depleted uranium harden shells in western-central Asia.

  7. Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2018 at 12:17 pm

    When first reading this I surmised that Russia discarded the “accepted” science and embarked on a “real” science approach; like that in the abiotic oil solution.
    It also shows that nature finds a way[via entanglement/evolution].
    That man then twists nature’s solution by weaponizing it; also implies, that perhaps, man was engineered[somewhere/sometime] outside the natural bonds of nature?

  8. Lost on October 16, 2018 at 10:01 am

    The idea that “life” challenges conventional radiation is hardly new.

    The rotting process, dungification if you will, would certainly allow of alchemical changes, it’s quite easy over some years to turn mercury into gold with a related process.

    Telling be that bit about the fiat dollar at the end of the link, it’s expressing a very simplified world view.

    No, massive worldwide clean up of the radiation from a large scale nuclear war is not possible in anything like the conventional human life span of 85 years.

    Should such a war occur, yes, it’s possible that over tens of thousands of years various natural and astrological processes would clean up the radiation if the planet were still alive and not stripped of an atmosphere. This of course would vastly skew the “carbon isotope dating” of any human made structures remaining from before the large scale nuclear war.

    • goshawks on October 16, 2018 at 4:29 pm

      Lost, you bring up (indirectly) a good point in your last paragraph. If the Anunnaki were real and had a nuclear-tipped ‘civil war’, what would that do to “’carbon isotope dating’ of any human made structures remaining from before the large scale nuclear war”?

      Mainstream archeologists obviously cannot acknowledge this ‘addition’ to Carbon-14 and other markers. So, are the C14 dates just “off” by some amount? Or, did the atmospheric C14 surveys (derived from tree-ring samples or such) incorporate the ‘additions’ while attributing them to higher levels of solar flares, cosmic rays, etc.? (It could also be that the levels were not greatly changed, due to the ‘civil war’ being a limited exchange – somewhat similar to India and Pakistan doing a salvo on each other.) A fascinating subject…

      • Lost on October 16, 2018 at 6:56 pm


        Carbon dating is only supposed to be good for about 2000 years, give or take say 500.

        And it’s based what are supposed to be constant biological processes and constant nuclear process, all of which can be thrown off with something that changes the “rules” of science–that could certainly be nuclear weapons use or the after effects. Or more relevant today: Such an understanding of science is highly tied to the non-nuclear weapons technology used to turn each of the World Trade Towers into powder in 9 seconds flat–while leaving no trace of effects more than 200 yards away, just the resultant dust.

        • goshawks on October 16, 2018 at 7:27 pm

          “The older a sample is, the less C-14 there is to be detected, and because the half-life of C-14 (the period of time after which half of a given sample will have decayed) is about 5,730 years, the oldest dates that can be reliably measured by this process date to around 50,000 years ago, although special preparation methods occasionally permit accurate analysis of older samples.”

          (That would mean the Anunnaki ‘civil war’ is likely well-within C-14 dating limits. However, the ‘hybridization’ eras are divided on the ability to date with C-14: the first one was ~250,000ya, and the second one was ~40,000ya.)

          • Lost on October 16, 2018 at 8:20 pm


            That number of years has changed for the efficacy of carbon dating.

          • goshawks on October 17, 2018 at 4:16 am

            Lost, I suggest you read the full wiki article, particularly in the “Calibration of radiocarbon dates” section. There is much work going-on to accurately relate relate calendar years to radiocarbon years (with probably much more to learn). Note, this is more of a winnowing-down process than a throw-it-all-out state of affairs.

            For some of the (more recent) winnowing-down research:
            “Tree-rings reveal secret clocks that could reset key dates across the ancient world”
            “Radiocarbon dating gets a postmodern makeover”

          • Lost on October 17, 2018 at 8:35 pm


            These claims read about like “we fully understand this part of DNA, and its implications”.

            Then in 15 years time, “our understanding of DNA was flawed, and incomplete, now we’ve got it though and genes are still everything to mammalian life [we’ll ignore things like prions].”

  9. Miguel Oniga on October 16, 2018 at 8:01 am

    Worms do appear on food-garbage, and I doubt if all of them have their duly moms and dads. Creative energy processing.

  10. Miguel Oniga on October 16, 2018 at 7:58 am

    The Egyptian Beetles’ mechanism seems to be that primordial original dungball. If we really stuck our heads up our asses we might undertand the world better.

  11. goshawks on October 16, 2018 at 7:52 am

    Parsing the cited article, bacteria are not being used to “poop out something benign and inert.” What the bacteria are doing is taking the liquid radioactive waste and mingling other atoms/molecules into it, resulting in it altering into sedentary (non- migratory) forms, “thereby preventing the spread of dangerous radiation into the surrounding environment.” The radioactivity is still there, and is still dangerous. It is just not leaching further into the groundwater, etc. (And don’t build a house or school over it…)

    And fallout – being a solid already, as in falling-out of the air – would not benefit from this bacteria. For better or worse, MAD continues…

    • Lost on October 16, 2018 at 9:59 am


      You are correct that the article is NOT talking about alchemical changes via bacteria, and is just summarizing widely discussed isolation by bacteria.

      I’d found it odd that anyone, in Russia or elsewhere, would admit to having developed such capacity. Such an ability wouldn’t mean much for “fighting and winning a large scale nuclear war” but it would by itself be an incredibly valuable source of things like gold, or any other needed thing in the material world.

      However, the idea of life countering conventional understandings of radiation is hardly new. It’s something Wilhelm Reich experimented with, rather dangerously.
      Indirectly Le Bon touched on such capacities.

      Kervan certainly talks of transmutations occuring during the development of eggs within the hen. He doesn’t mention radiation.

  12. anakephalaiosis on October 16, 2018 at 7:44 am

    The Druidic memory palace is, by any perception of the word, a dragon-eating bacteria.

    The Runic genome has a cyclical spin, that transmigrates between flesh tents.

    In ancient times, it was engraved on Thames Scramasax to slay the dragon.

    Gift of war is spoil.
    Advise against virtue is fall.
    Outlaws are homeless.

    Symbolizes transaction within social group.

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