Merry Christmastide, happy holidays, and Happy new Year (or whatever holiday greetings you like) to everyone.

OK, before I crawl off of the end of the high octane speculation twig today, first let me apologize for the lack of blogs between Christmas and New Years. As it turns out, my old computer completely died, throwing me way behind schedule. I had intended to do blogs (and News and Views from the Nefarium) but the computer woes intervened. In any case, thank you all for your holiday well-wishes during our absence.

While I was experiencing "technical difficulties, please stand by...", so, too, apparently, was ConEd, the electrical power supplier for New York City. And so too, apparently, was Kenner, Louisiana, along with the 9-1-1 emergency call centers in several states. Needless to say, many people sent me various articles about these stories, most of which connect the two incidents (the exploding electrical transformers and the 9-1-1 emergency call center outages), that I have to blog about it, the more so since many people requested I crawl off the end of the speculation twig once again and I am happy to do so.

But first, a few versions of the exploding transformer stories, and the emergency call center outage stories:

A video alleging a UFO over the Louisiana incident:

NYC utility probes electric flash that lit sky in eerie blue

Now, note, as Ms. K.S. observed (who sent this version of the exploding ConEdison transformer story): A probe into the incident means they do not know what happened. The article itself states that a trip switch malfunctioned, overloading the circuits, creating an electrical flash fire:

The event Thursday caused power outages, briefly grounded flights at LaGuardia airport and filled social media feeds with eerie photos, questions and jokes, to the point that even the New York Police Department tweeted there was “no evidence of extraterrestrial activity.”

While Con Ed initially described a “brief electrical fire” at a power substation in the Astoria section of Queens, spokesman Bob McGee said Friday that what happened was an electrical flash after a malfunction involving 20-foot-high (6-meter-high) equipment with cables carrying 138,000 volts. By comparison, a standard U.S. household gets 120-volt service.

“It was like a lightning bolt, essentially,” McGee said.

Substations transform electricity that comes in from power plants at high voltage down to lower voltage levels, and send it on for use.

Thursday’s malfunction involved voltage-monitoring equipment, Con Ed said in a release.

Normally, a circuit-breaker-like device intervenes and quickly cuts off power to the affected equipment if there’s an electrical fault, but that apparently didn’t happen Thursday, McGee said. Instead, the electricity kept cycling through, causing the flash.

Then, as the article goes on to observe, the New York City police department actually issued a joking statement that the flash was not due to extra-terrestrials. Indeed, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also issued his own statement that it had nothing to do to aliens. As I read those stories coming into my inbox during the holidays, I had the impression that "the principalities and powers" were somehow eager to get everyone thinking of extra-terrestrials and UFOs, in spite of their other statements that it was a "simple trip switch malfunction". For those familiar with the Great Blackout of 1965 that darkened most of New York, and substantial portions of New England and Ontario, the story is familiar: UFOs were spotted over power stations and lakes that day, and the whole incident was eventually blamed on a fire at a substation and a faulty safety switch. So, I thought to myself, "they seem to be promoting, subtly, the idea of a deja vu." Even the well-known lawyer-former prosecutor-YouTube commentator Lionel of Lionel Nation got in on the UFO bandwagon, stating up front that it was UFOs and extra-terrestrials because the government said it wasn't:

UFOs Invade NYC | EBEs Light Up Night Sky | Media Deny Bright Blue ET Lights | Blame "Transformer

Then, another story emerged that there were fires on electrical power lines in Kenner, Louisiana on the same day (and again, some are claiming UFO activity):

Mile wide UFO with multi colored lights causes electrical damage and destruction over Louisiana

As if this were not enough, on the same day as these weird exploding transformer and electrical power line fires, the 9-1-1 emergency call centers in several states went down:

CenturyLink System Failure Causes 911 Outages Across The US

I don't know about you, but I can believe one exploding transformer, and even strange electrical power line fires, and even a 9-1-1 emergency call center outage, but not all on the same day.

So what is going on? I'm not about to rule out the UFO connection, for there are other stories - as far as I can tell, not yet very well verified - that a large semi-tractor trailer bed was seen rolling out of the ConEd substation with a big "something" under a tarpaulin. Of course, speculation abounds that "they" were busily removing evidence of a UFO. But "they" could just have easily been removing the burned out transformer.

But I suspect -- strongly, in spite of any corroborating evidence -- that we may be looking at something profoundly different, and herewith my two cents' worth of end-of-the-twig high octane speculation: I strongly suspect this story (for I do believe these incidents are parts of one story) is related to the California fires, and the clues that have recently emerged there that the fires are (1) not natural nor typical "forest" fires, and (2) that the electrical grid itself, and specifically, electrical meters on homes, may have been utilized to trigger if not all then at least some of the fires, and (3) that other exotic energy technologies/weapons may have been used to start some of those fires. As I have pointed out in regard to the electrical meter theory, it might be possible to use the electrical grid as a broadcast antenna system (perhaps coupled with the other alleged involved technology, the exotic energy weapons theory) to initiate fires. Overload the circuits sufficiently, and one sees the results in arcing electricity (as at the ConEdison substation) and burning power lines (as at Kenner, Louisiana). Further, pulsing the system, i.e., using it as a broadcast circuit, could conceivably result in communications malfunctions (though it is, admittedly, a very sketchy hypothesis, since other communications systems appear not to have been affected, but only the 9-1-1 system in certain states).

On this view, the UFO versions of the story might be a bit of deliberate misdirection, a kind of cover story to prevent people from looking at or entertaining the type of speculation I am advancing. But if my speculation is to be entertained, the important question is why would anyone do this? One answer is that the "California fires template and playbook" might be being viewed as a playbook for use "elsewhere." Even better if one can have a gigantic "UFO" show up to provide the convenient blame. And no, folks, I am not one of those who thinks humans are incapable of building and levitating such large things. There is no logical nor compelling argument that says "large = extraterrestrial or non-human." Fill a large collapsible dirigible with an inert gas, have some high capacity capacitors or dialectrics on board, create charge differentials on various surfaces of the craft, and voila, you have a simple field propulsion "airship" potentially capable of sharp turns, great speeds, and which would probably like to hang out over bodies of water and electrical substations to "recharge" the batteries (airship mystery, anyone?).

So, as the story stands now, that's my best guess. If we boil it down to a country simple statement, it appears someone might be beta testing the California fires playbook on a much larger basis, one where it might be necessary, for whatever reason, to take down any communications system that is relatively robust - like the 9-1-1 emergency call center system - to prevent any sort of coordinated civilian response.

See you on the flip side...

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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. Roger Reynard on January 8, 2019 at 1:21 pm

    WORTH WATCHING. This is an interesting story due to the videos of the exploding transformers.
    — The YouTube video linked above is worth watching. The videos of the exploding transformers may provide important clues.
    — There is a giant unexplained hole in the narrator’s story. In the written comments, and in the video, the video host, Charles Walton, describes a “mile wide UFO”, that he says caused the transformer explosions.
    — The host does not adequately explain when the “mile wide UFO” appeared, and the host does not explain why there is no video of the “mile wide UFO”.
    — In the written and verbal narratives, the host seems to imply that the UFO was overhead while the transformers were exploding, but during the transformer explosions, the YouTube video (04:05 thru 06:02) shows that the host was outside recording the sky, with no evidence of a UFO. So…when did this “mile wide UFO” appear?

    EXPLOSIONS RECORDED FROM THREE LOCATIONS.The YouTube video linked at the beginning of this news item ( ), apparently includes recordings of the Kenner transformer explosions from three different locations:
    — First Location – IHOP,
    — Second Location – gas station; and
    — Third Location – Host’s yard.
    — All three videos were apparently recorded at the same point in time, during the Kenner transformer explosions, which probably lasted a little more than two minutes.
    — The host does not explain how he came into possession of the recordings from the IHOP and the gas station. At 03:29, the host identifies the source of the gas station video as “somebody that was close by the Shell station.” But the host also says that the entire town of Kenner was blocked off by police and fire department, raising a question about how the host obtained the videos so quickly.

    FIRST LOCATION – IHOP. The first set of recordings of the Kenner transformer explosions, is said to be taken from an IHOP.
    — The “IHOP” recordings start at 00:48. The first 11 seconds, from 00:48 thru 00:59, appear to have been taken at a time that the transformer explosions were right next to the IHOP, maybe less than 200 feet. There is a very distinctive female voice in the recording, understandably concerned about the nearby explosions.
    — At 01:00, the YouTube video switches to a second IHOP recording, with the same female voice in the background.
    — In the second IHOP recording, which lasts until 01:28, the explosions have apparently moved to a distant location, maybe between 1/2 mile and 1 mile away, from the IHOP.
    — The last transformer explosion occurs at 01:24, at which time a “normal” light in the video turns on, and the female voice states, “Oh my god, the lights are back on.”
    — The last 4 seconds of the second IHOP recording, show an amber beam, which the host says is similar to the amber beam the host saw in his back yard, one hour prior to the transformer explosions.

    SECOND LOCATION – GAS STATION. The second recording of the Kenner transformer explosions was recorded from a “gas station”.
    — The “gas-station” recording begins at 01:57.
    — This gas-station video apparently runs continuously from 01:57 until 03:55 (1min 58sec total), with the last transformer explosion at 03:48.
    — The gas-station video starts with a very high wind.
    — From 01:57 thru 02:50, the transformer explosions occur “across the street” from the camera, all within about a 500-foot radius of the camera.
    — At 02:50 there is a short 9-second break from the transformer explosions. When the transformer explosions resume at 02:59, the exploding transformers appear to be about a half mile down the street. If the transformer explosions were caused by an airborne craft, the 9-second break would be consistent with the craft having to move 1/2 mile, to reposition for the attacks that resume at 02:59. If the 9-second explosion lull was due to a craft repositioning, then the craft was probably at a relatively low altitude (less than 2,000 ft?).
    — The explosions of the transformers were uncanny. It appears as if ONLY transformers exploded. One possibility is that a focused beam was aimed at the transformers. A more likely possibility, is that an enormous magnetic field caused the transformers (the devices subject to the magnetic field) to explode upwards. At the 4:00 point, the host remarks that, according to police, “every transformer in the city of Kenner blew.”
    — The colors of the explosions were mostly blue, but a significant number of “amber” explosions also occur.
    — There was no evidence of emergency vehicles (police or fire) during this recording.
    — Apparently after the transformer explosions, the town of Kenner was blocked off by emergency personnel. At the 12:28 point, the host says, “Williams Boulevard, which is the main street here in Kenner where I live, it was blocked off. The fire department. They wouldn’t let anybody go around it. Between Jefferson Parish Police and Kenner, they basically blocked off anybody trying to come into Kenner. And I’ve never seen that before.”

    THIRD LOCATION – HOST’S YARD. The third recording of the Kenner transformer explosions, was recorded from the host’s back yard and front yard, and shows the sky flashing.
    — The “host’s yard” video starts at 04:05. The video appears to run continuously and ends at 06:02 (1min 57sec total).
    — The “host’s-yard” perspective was recorded by the YouTube video host, Charles Walton.
    — From the host’s comments, I estimate that the transformer explosions occurred approximately two miles from the host’s house.
    — At the 04:28 point, the host remarks, “When it first happened we could feel the energy from it. I mean, literally, it felt like a shock.”

    — Two years earlier, on 20 December 2016, the host reported a UFO to MUFON. The host talks about the 2016 incident in this video.
    — The 2016 UFO event was assigned “MUFON Case 81061”. A 4-min/45-sec video from the 2016 incident can be found at the following link: .
    — In the 2016 video, the host stepped out of his house to record a mysterious humming sound at the 00:59 point. 11 seconds after stepping outside, the host says, “What is that? huh. That looks like a UFO,” and a triangle of lights appears in the video. The “triangle of lights” was not one mile wide.
    — The “triangle of lights” appears at the 01:10 point in the video, and disappears from the video at 01:30. One of the white lights flashes, and there is an occasional red flashing light. I am unconvinced that the “triangle of lights” was a flying saucer.

    — At 12:48, the host shows a short recording of a News Reporter from Station WDSU, describing the transformer explosions.
    — The reporter states, “We also got reports of a lot of flashing lights, many of our viewers calling in overnight, saying that they saw flashes of red, of blue, of green. We’re told, again, that’s having to do with some of these transformers.”
    — According to the YouTube comments written by the host, “i just noticed that the news station has now taken down that video off of their website.”

    — Another YouTube video, showing the same “gas station” transformer explosions, can be found at link, . Try to “block out” the host as much as possible, and concentrate on the video.
    — In this other YouTube video, the host starts playing the recording of the Kenner transformer explosions at 01:54, but what appears to be the FIRST transformer explosion, does not occur until the 2min-02sec point, eight seconds AFTER the recording began. There is no evidence of mayhem during the first eight seconds.
    — This “gas station” video of the exploding transformers, almost appeared as if the person doing the recording, was EXPECTING something to happen.
    — I do not recommend watching all 8min-10sec of this other YouTube video. I recommend ONLY the portion of the video from 01:54 thru 02:10, showing the 8-second prelude to explosions.

    — I am unconvinced about the “mile-wide UFO”. With the host recording a flashing sky on a night that transformers exploded, the host should have explained why there was no video of the UFO, and the host should have explained more clearly when the UFO appeared.
    — There may be something to the claim about “flashing lights”. The “News Comments” may be an acknowledgement that flashing lights were associated with this event.
    — The recording from the gas station is particularly intriguing. Whoever recorded that video “just happened to be” in a perfect location at the perfect time.
    — I was surprised to see that, after all of these transformer explosions, many lights came back on properly after the mayhem was over. The lights at the IHOP came back on. In the “gas station” video, the gas station across the street and traffic lights appeared to be working properly after the mayhem stopped.

  2. zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 11:32 pm

    for those with any doubt:
    i love that it makes flash gordon sounds – that we can all hear and most think is some kind of storm coming.

    please scale up as needed.
    even better that fox news is making us all feel safer.

  3. dLux on January 3, 2019 at 1:42 am

    I have not read everyone’s comment as of yet…
    but here are my thoughts / suspicions after watching the video ….

    – Stuxnet type sabotage of infrastructure / electrical systems
    – Hacking of infrastructure systems, that have been designed to be vulnerable since day one (including Smart Meters, 911 systems, etc)
    – Do street lights have emergency battery power, on the occasion of power outages?
    – The beam of light seemed to move from a fixed point in the sky. Not certain that it could be “just a lens flare” caused by camera.
    – The intense wind seems to coincide with microwave warfare technology, like in California?
    – If people who were very near to these bright light explosions start getting sick, then I’m concerned of radiation (xrays from electrical arching… and possibly microwave radiation poisoning).
    – Within the vicinity of those intense electrical fields, I am surprised that digital cameras were still able to function.

    On another note …. I don’t know where to share this…
    I came across something about some scientist claiming that the Oklahoma City bombing was done with a special high tech bomb that causes “dustification”, just like in 9/11. It has the power of a nuclear bomb, but without the radiation fall-out.
    (Sorry for not having a link … my damn memory!!!)

    • joshua on January 3, 2019 at 11:27 am

      there should be more of this because of planet x

  4. Laurent on January 3, 2019 at 1:28 am

    There was a coronal hole affecting the Earth on that day..

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 11:52 pm

      nice. was thinking of ben davidson. wonder if cern-ites take that kinda forecasting into account?

  5. zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 12:21 am

    doc, what you consider end of twig speculations seem to be getting closer and closer to the trunk of the tree.

    i picked up some speculations that correlated these attacks to more of the oligarchic war that q hints about. seems a number of parties involved in potential gitmo time (except notably for obama) have gone silent for the last 10 days of 2018. twitter silent. not sure about that possibility.

    along these lines ran across this link tonight. long splanation on q in the best case scenario i can figure.

    so along the lines that trump is cleaning the swamp and making amurica great, has anyone started a list of ussa military withdrawal countries? so far i got syria and afghanistan. is it starting to sound like ussr walking out of their occupied lands way back when?

  6. Margaret on January 2, 2019 at 9:25 pm

    All I can tell you is last night the neighbors turned on their flood lights due to a strange loud humming noise coming from the sky & could be heard throughout the area.

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 12:39 am

      what state margaret?

    • dLux on January 3, 2019 at 2:07 am

      I’ve been hearing a hum almost every night. I usually notice it starting around 10-11pm (Pacific Time). It has been going on for 2-3 months now.
      It feels almost like a pressure wave, because I hear it in the room, but not when I put my ear on my apartment walls.

      I first thought that perhaps they are beaming us with frequencies from cell towers to interfere with our sleep (just to make people that much more irritable and reactive / off balance). But then I wondered if it may be coming from the sky, from the newer technology that replaced HAARP.

      I’ve checked with a few sensitive friends but they did not notice the hum.

  7. Richard on January 2, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    Exploding transformers, although dangerous when high amperage surges ignite them, are an impressive sight, especially, in an otherwise dark back drop as night-time. . . Because of their copper (Cu) rich windings they usually shine a momentary bright-turquois flash. . . The more copper in the construction the brighter and richer turquois colour when high amperage burns the metal. . .

    . . . One was up during the weee hours Thursday researching, catching up on the latest-noisy-news of all angles – sometimes wondering why one bothers – and had both twisted-pair and wireless networks freeze. . . Was listening to a favourite playlist on YouTube while intermittently switching back to a documentary show, too, when online signals from both networks went down. . . CenturyLink and Verizon Wireless internets were affected, but CenturyLink 911 was not affected, but Verizon was. . .

    . . . Went through the usual routine checks to make there wasn’t any malfunctioning modems, routers, and PC’s as this wasn’t the first-time networks and phone lines went out. . . A few years ago, the twisted pair went dead for three days – no network, no phone, no 911. . . Disgusted back then at CenturyLink, one begrudgingly purchased a wireless back up subscription the next day. . .

    . . . Thursday afternoon, just after 12:00 PM, took one’s wireless network unit and wireless phone in to be checked as there still wasn’t any 4G signals or network at home only 911 twisted pair heading towards noon time. . . Verizon folks said that there was a cable cut involving CenturyLink somewhere near Albuquerque, NM, as some of their services involved CenturyLink connectivity. . . As the units were tested services resumed. . . Not bad for synchronicity, I suppose. . . Got home the modem was back up with all green-lights working. . . CenturyLink was my next step query, but was not necessary. . .

    . . . Still not sure if the cut-cable-story is reliable, local service technicians have to say something besides don’t know, as a Zero-day hack of malware or denial of service (DOS) attack could easily yield the same broad-spectrum network outage. . . Constant attack-hacks, malware, faulty equipment, weather related events, or other destruction related events could produce similar outcomes, too. . . The southwest is still rife with moving mobile hot spots, wireless phones and the criminally bent attempting to undermine connectivity toward their advantage as tax time slowly arrives, identity theft attempts surge, Medicare and Social Security applications increase, and the southern border security issues continue. . . It’s multifaceted in any case. . .

    . . . It’s been clear for some time that sovereign territorial infrastructure continues to be a priority and still needs some shoring up. . . Since November, 1965, the complexity of the nations grid has had priority status, but implementing cost effective and timely hardware / software updates is not as easy as complaining about it has usually been. . . Recent storms have notably damaged southern regions and weakened others. . . There has been some compartmentalization of signal use and its survivability. . . Probably one of the reasons digitalizing signals, around 2008-2009 (especially with TV, but not just consumer electronics), was instituted. . . Localizing signals and limiting their interference reach has advantages for monitoring use even controlling use. . .

    . . . Not one to instigate a flash-point into your “high-octane speculations,” but there is cause to establish a third row of back-burners as signal intelligence (SigInt) is, at least, a two way frequency flow of signals inclusive of nearly all things emitting and receiving signals – wired and wireless. . .

  8. Ed Jewett on January 2, 2019 at 8:26 pm

    B-b-b-b-but I thought the Space Station accidentally dialed 911….

  9. Jo S. on January 2, 2019 at 8:21 pm

    Hey folks. The coms down was not limited to 911 but all services in several urban areas. In ABQ NM century link was hard down from about 5 AM local until very late afternoon. Verizon as well but their outage hours I do not have. A news article mentioned additional areas, can’t remember them now. Someone stated that Comcast was working.
    So what is in ABQ? Sandia National Labs, Kirtland AFB … and to the north Los Alamos Labs. At my local gym we discussed probable hardening of military coms and we thought it was a cyber attack. We gleefully blamed the Russians, LOL!!!

  10. marcos toledo on January 2, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    This does bring up speculation why our aeronautics was spilt up between airships and airplane helicopter technologies. When in reality a combined technology of these aircraft would have brought us something better safer and cheaper. As for the blackouts our elites intend to drive us back to the dark ages and kill most of us in the process.

  11. goshawks on January 2, 2019 at 6:55 pm

    Article: “Normally, a circuit-breaker-like device intervenes and quickly cuts off power to the affected equipment if there’s an electrical fault, but that apparently didn’t happen Thursday…”

    That sounds eerily like a StuxNet derivative. I wonder how many US cities’ control devices are still susceptible to that kind of attack? I seem to remember that Germany went through its entire power system and removed & replaced devices that could be manipulated by that Israeli/American malware. Wonder what the US did?

    I looked at the Kennner, Louisiana, clip. Just a transformer blowing, leading to massive overloading on city wiring. No UFO of any sort there. That clip reminds me of intentional psy-ops where the end motive is to make alternative investigators look like fools to the rest of the public. (Same with certain ‘pushings’ of the California fires as all being directed energy weapons related. This ‘tinfoil-hats’ legitimate researchers of certain DEW-possible events.)

    It is curious that higher-ups are pushing UFOs into the news-feed around these incidents, though. Distracting from StuxNet vulnerabilities?

    • Richard on January 2, 2019 at 9:20 pm

      . . . STUXNET was one of the first things that instigated one’s gray matter, but so was the grid vulnerability of November, 1965. . . One suspects that there are a few more trigger effects (probably, zero-day exploits these days). . .

  12. Pierre on January 2, 2019 at 6:49 pm

    Miles mathis covered the war of the worlds false flag op, nobody really panicked, it was hyped to high heavens. think Tavistock.
    Iron Sky 2 coming out soon with blimps in space. wonder if they will pin some tails on trump like they did on Palin type in #1 with anti/pro nazi jokes (Hogans Heros style).
    pity we cannot trust the government and it’s minions to tell us any truth at all.

  13. anakephalaiosis on January 2, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    Happy J*w Year!
    I’ve been saying it six million times.
    Now I am all gassed out.

    • TRM on January 2, 2019 at 10:48 pm

      GROAN. 😉
      OMFG GROAN. That was bad in such a warped and twisted way that I assume your philosophical influences were George Carlin and Monty Python.

      • anakephalaiosis on January 3, 2019 at 10:10 am

        Pyramid humor is distinct angelic, and cannot be classified, because it is transcendent.

        That, which escapes all known categories, cannot be fathomed spatiotemporally.

        An altered state of mind could be perceived as humor, while being something else – beyond comprehension.

  14. Jon on January 2, 2019 at 5:48 pm

    Or we could be witnessing back and forth EM warfare by various factions of the elite – witness the “exploding building” (looking very much like the OK city bombing) in Russia just a day or two ago.

    Could be we are seeing a bit of the battle of political crime families and their various breakaway allies. Very James Bond.

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 12:34 am

      various sized rods of the deity getting used more and more often. and more and more obviously.

  15. Bryce on January 2, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    A few more factors to the E911 issue. Recall DJT’s EMS message via cell phone (PAWS)? This was crippled. Landlines (the few left) could get through to their local exchange E911. E911 is a branch of COG & believe you me there are redundancies built into these pipes. I’ve seen heads roll for a clearing time of over 3hrs for a minuscule DS3 pipe in comparison. Like Experian & a major carrier before, this was a hack of Juniper MUX’s for this to be nationwide and definitely for the length of the outage. In addition to E911, broadband also went kablewy. Disrupting commerce is a gigunda no no…who benefits? More consolidation of power? CenturyLink was the merger of GTE/US West. Nacchio the x-CEO of USW refused to turn over call records to foggy bottom & was framed/imprisoned for it. The current CEO of CL is a man named Storey who has also worked for other carriers. Will the two biggest consolidate further by this snafu? We know via the Rose Law firm/Hellary/Serco/Queenie all patents are stolen. So how does the CEO of Juniper networks claim 17 patents? Who benefits?
    Help me out here folks as I’m the newb arriving on the short bus to the MENSA convention. 😉

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 10:12 pm

      all my q links online are running hard selling the trope that secret military tribunals run by mattis and other marines started yesterday, 1/2/2019. they’re singing about gitmo refurbished to handle treasonous oligarchs – similar to what was done at the riyadh ritz carlton last year. only we won’t find out much. these are the same folks that claim ghwbush and mccaine were tried and executed by the same group. this is what they’re calling cleaning the swamp.

      now. if i’m cleaning the swamp first things first. after investigations, i need to disarm the monsters. anyone notice clinton foundation revenues dropping massively lately? also if e911 systems are part of cog and cog is part of the swamp monsters’ system (as it has been since at least when cheney ran it on 9/11/2001), then whoever cleans the swamp better have enough power to take over e911

  16. Danna on January 2, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    Sorry it’s at the 20:37 min mark.

    • Danna on January 2, 2019 at 1:40 pm

      I know your time is limited but the whole video is worth the watch.

  17. Destinova on January 2, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    When Werner v. Siemens once climbed the great pyramid, he wound a wet towel round his wine bottle, and produced something similar.
    Besides, what if this is retaliation fot that:

  18. Robert Barricklow on January 2, 2019 at 11:29 am

    First off, clever picture.
    Second, I think we all can identify w/computer woes. Baked into to the cake[hardware] and recipes[software].
    Thirdly, those engineered power grid problems are part parcel to our antiquated infrastructure[all to better the market profit gods, aka., the monopolized based-on-waste economy[actually its based on abiotic oil/monopolized international private fiat currencies].
    Video reminds me of the war of the world radio broadcast[that actually was hyped-up by print medias at the time/critical thinking listening crowd stopped the panic dead in its tracks by verifying and spreading word of the truth[it was a Playhouse 90].

    • Robert Barricklow on January 2, 2019 at 11:48 am

      It’s the ongoing saga of exotic technologies, like those used on 9/11, that are being drilled-down and refined as management tools – w/our backyard as experimental playgrounds; and us, as their collateral usual guinea pigs.
      Public, enemy #1[private corporation as people mantra].

  19. June O'Brien on January 2, 2019 at 10:17 am

    In our small town in Washington state a transformer exploded leaving the town dark after a bright display, and causing the post office to close as they could not function. Same night as New York and Louisiana. Be interesting to know the map of these events.

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 12:31 am

      and how many others? also, wasn’t the entire east coast covered by one large storm system at the time?

  20. OrigensChild on January 2, 2019 at 9:46 am

    Welcome back! I pray your computer problems nave been resolved without data loss. It would be hard to swallow if many of your notes had been computerized and you did not have adequate backup. Sometimes paper is better.

    Dr. Farrell, you went where my thoughts were headed–but in a different way. I remember well the skuttle of Maxwell’s original equations, expressed in quaternian algebra, being “tamed for general consumption” by Heaviside to create useful equations for training electrical engineers. Sometimes I wonder if the addition of new technology on top of the old, especially computerized nodes in the electrical grid, is failing because of deliberate and unintentional myopia. A smart meter really is a computerized electrical circuit and depends on the accuracy of those equations for balancing the consumption on the grid safely. If the circuits do not account for the “stress” and model the current for vector cancellation, the whole grid becomes unstable and breaks down. Of course, you cannot convince me that deep within the bowels of these utilities there are no scientists who are aware of this and who are not looking at the situation as a whole new series of bailouts from federal coffers to effect repairs within the nation’s infrastructure. If the reverse is true then the instability within the system was designed by the very people who created the architecture of the electrical grid itself. When you use a redacted physics the whole system is definitely at risk when stress becomes an important variable that is unaccounted. At the highest levels someone must be aware of the substitution and is banking on its failing. This situation could be just another form of private corporate welfare by an indispensable industry who desperately wants to modernize their equipment base without the expense. My word, you even have the companion story, with it’s references to 9-1-1 emergency call systems, as yet another psychological trigger to capture everyone’s attention and imagination. You cannot eliminate deliberate action to exacerbate the situation either. I’m not sure what is happening here, but I’m casting a very wide speculative net. That net leads me to yet a third candidate.

    Why am I thinking this way? I go back to an admission by one of the former heads of Lockheed’s Skunk-works division. He was quoted as saying, “We found an error in the equations and now have the capability to take ET home.” Error in the equations? (Others think of Einstein’s variant–but I’m thinking Maxwell. The reference was plural–not singular. Maxwell’s equations are a better fit.) Your reference to the airship mystery is the reason I’ve drifted down this avenue in the first place. It’s old. It’s forgotten mathematics. It’s engineerable. It is the foundation for electrical power generation and advanced technology by that breakaway civilization who publicized the Heavyside variant for public consumption. In the public domain, Heavyside’s variant of Maxwell’s equations contain a built in failure point to ensure economic survival over the long economic cycle. In the computer industry it’s called “scaled obsolescence.”

    • DanaThomas on January 2, 2019 at 12:19 pm

      Origens wisely advises us to “follow the money”, and in most cases it works!

  21. enki-nike on January 2, 2019 at 9:39 am

    Did any fried blue chickens fall out of the sky?

    • OrigensChild on January 2, 2019 at 9:47 am


    • mpaff on January 2, 2019 at 9:54 am

      It was Shake and Bake and I helped!

  22. WalkingDead on January 2, 2019 at 8:58 am

    So we have unnatural fires in California, exploding transformers in two other states, the 911 system going down, and a “massive UFO” all occurring during the same time we hear rumors of “letters” being handed out at Bush’s funeral along with rumors of deep state indictments being unsealed, rumors of the “executions” of two high profile NeoCons, and other unsubstantiated “events”; what are we to speculate on here? Are we seeing some form of retaliation taking place for an attempt to regain control of the nation from rogue elements within our government or something else.
    These types of events could well be a “stuxnet” type of attack on our infrastructure by parties unknown and messages being sent and conveniently blamed on that “alien” threat spoken of by C. Rosin.
    The speculation in the above blog could well be accurate and there is an undeclared war going on between two opposing factions over the status quo. I’m in the same camp as JPF, we really don’t need aliens to explain any of this as truth is often much stranger than fiction.

    • sagat1 on January 2, 2019 at 9:06 am

      The idea of aliens was laughed off by Von Braun and wasn’t Rosin informed that they weren’t what you think? I have to say, aliens are a great scapegoat for all black ops tech and a gullible public who have had ETs beamed into their living rooms via the zombie box for decades simply laps it up.

      • Roger on January 2, 2019 at 11:29 pm

        We’ve already had different alien races’ descriptions promoted on the net. What if the most popular such as greys, blue avians, and tall blondes have been GMOed and are now receiving training for the faked invasion? Even if you see an alien in person in the future can you guarantee its authentic or a genetically created super soldier.

        • sagat1 on January 3, 2019 at 7:19 am

          My hunch also that creatures and humans are being spliced and genetically enhanced in DUMBs ready to be unleashed on the public under the guise of an alien invasion in order to further the elites takeover agenda.

    • zendogbreath on January 3, 2019 at 12:26 am

      good points walking. did anyone else notice how mellow that guy in louisiana sounded with all his exclamations and incidental mentions of a mile long ufo? now me? i’ve see transformer fires. i move away from them. and all wiring i can see.

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