Yes you read that headline correctly: it's "Exploring Psyche" not "Exploring the Psyche" and if you're wondering what the big deal is, Psyche is the name of that iron-and-nickel asteroid whose estimated value is, according the the article linked below, $10,000 quadrillion dollars, or to put it differently, ten quintillion dollars, that's $10,000,000,000,000,000,ooo. But there's more.

When G.P. sent this article to me, the accompanying email stated: "I'm sensing an emerging theme!" Indeed, there is:

NASA readies mission to explore $10,000 QUADRILLION asteroid Psyche

Yes, it's official: NASA plans to launch a probe to the asteroid in 2022, and the reason we're given is the usual "we need to find out more about how the universe was formed, how planets were formed," &c &c, in other words, the usual scientific boilerplate.

The value of all the nickel and iron that NASA believes makes up 16-Psyche’s oddly-shaped space rock in the asteroid belt’s outer reaches is estimated at $10,000 quadrillion. This is a massive sum, but NASA’s Psyche mission, which has now received approval to enter the final development stages before manufacturing begins for its 2022 launch, is actually after a much bigger prize – revealing how Earth's origins. NASA researchers believe asteroid Psyche is key to understanding how planetary bodies are formed.

This boilerplate appears directly below a video purporting to show the asteroid. If one looks at the the video one notices a few "odd things" about that asteroid: square "craters", double craters, deep fissures, and so on. The video, is of course, an "artist's" rendering, but even that is suggestive that NASA might know about more about the asteroid than they're letting on. After all, NASA does stand for Never A Straight Answer.

But then there's this suggestive comment:

This is because the space scientists theorise Psyche is really the core of a planet which broke apart following a succession of apocalyptic collisions.

NASA experts hope they can observe the solar system’s distant past, when protoplanet encounters created Earth and destroyed other would-be terrestrial planets. (Emphasis added)

In other words, NASA is maintaining something that will look familiar to readers of my books (in particular, The Giza Death Star Destroyed and The Cosmic War), for if Psyche is the "core of a planet" which "broke apart" following "a succession of apocalyptic collisions" then that means there was once a planet in this solar system that Psyche was the core of. In short, NASA has now endorsed Dr. Van Flandern's "Exploded Planet Hypothesis." Interestingly, NASA has adopted the "catastrophe" model as the explanation for that explosion: a collision. This catastrophe model is made more explicit in the next sentence, that this all happened "when protoplanet encounters Created Earth and destroyed other would-be terrestrial planets." That too, is a backhanded admission that there were other "would-be" terrestrial planets. And while they're not saying it, you know what they're thinking: Mars.

So let's continue our journey to the end of the twig of high octane speculation. For those familiar with the "Philadelphia Experiment" story, the whole thing began when one Carlos Allende bought and read a copy of early Ufologist and astronomer Dr Morris K. Jessup's book, The Case for the UFO. Allende marked his copy of Jessup's book with marginalia written with various pens and in colored inks, and then mailed this along with a letter outlining his alleged experiences with the Philadelphia Experiment to Dr. Jessup and to the US Navy. To make a very long story short (for the fuller story one may consult my book Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, the Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory), the Navy had a special edition of Jessup's book along with Allende's marginalia printed up by the Varo Company in Garland, Texas, and this became known as the "Varo Edition" of Jessup's book. This was then distributed to various people within the US black projects world. Significantly, I believe that one of the recipients of this edition was Dr.Wernher von Braun (again, see my Secrets of the Unified Field for the larger story.)  What concerns us here is that one of Allende's marginal  notes referred to an ancient interplanetary war fought in this solar system, and to the "great bombardment", which the context makes clear that Allende believed was fought by "the gods" hurling asteroids at each other. In other words, that ancient catastrophism was not natural, but the result of technology.

In other words, NASA is opening a very wide door with its reference to catastrophism and destroyed planets. And in doing so, it cannot be ignorant of Dr. van Flandern's original proposals for mechanisms of why a planet in the asteroid belt's orbit would suddenly break apart or explore. Those models, readers of my book The Cosmic War will recall, included a nuclear reaction in the core of the planet (which Dr. van Flandern was uncomfortable with), to a matter-antimatter reaction (which he is even more uncomfortable with), to the use of advanced technology in an experiment that "went wrong", and then, finally, "deliberate action," in other words, a war. Not mentioned by van Flandern is the idea of a bunch of rovering planetoids colliding with each other. The reason for his lack of mentioning of that model is, I highly suspect, is that the celestial mechanics doesn't appear to work, for in his model, it is precisely the explosion of that planet that created the conditions of the rovering planetoids of the asteroid belt and comets, not the other way around.

NASA, of course, won't go to "great bombardments" or van Flandern's "deliberate action" just yet, but with the apparent endorsement of the catastrophism model, they've opened the door to the question of what type of catastrophe it was, natural, or deliberate, and by going to Pysche, I suspect that their real motivation is to find out which, though they'd never admit that now.

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. Pierre on June 28, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    and pray tell us how much would be the price of said precious metals if they all came down to earth? about the same as diamonds if not for the monopoly and withholding of natural elements. sounds like how the cops value the dope busts, counting leaves and roots and stalks and everything like it was gold, cannabistically speaking that is.

  2. Loxie Lou Davie on June 28, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    Just wondering if anyone has watched “Remembering The End of The World” video by David Talbot? I found it interesting.

    As to colliding planets….I would say that what we have at the beginning of the book of Genesis is just that….some “gods” reforming & filling this piece of “whatever” that was left over from the explosion caused by “who knows what”?!

    ELOHIM is a plural word that was incorrectly translated as “God”, thus an illegitimate founding for a Belief System. I stand with Bruno Giordano about there not needing to be ANY accepted “human writing” as none of us can speak for the Cosmos!!! 😉

    • zendogbreath on June 29, 2019 at 12:05 am

      talbot’s a genius. and yep, heard a few different definitions on elohim.

    • Laurent on June 29, 2019 at 11:08 pm

      I watched his videos and regularly watch the Thunderbolt Project material pretty regularly.

      I like the material very much but it’s like a feather on a headdress. It needs more than one feather.
      The thing is, the planetary collision hypothesis is only valid in a gravity is king universe. In an wave or electric universe, sympathetic vibrations of the Telsa variety or Giza Death Star are possible. Essentially, the energy regime in the entire solar system was changed which led to the planet exploding itself. The trick is determining if the planet exploded by a deliberate act or a natural change in the energy regime.

  3. zendogbreath on June 28, 2019 at 12:31 am

    btw doc, as regards a blog of a couple days ago, i finally found this vid in my history.

    Ex Intel Boss: It Is Impossible For USA To Defeat Iran!

    he makes respectable arguments that trump plays dumb more genius than w ever did. and why.

    think this pertains to the iran oil tanker falseflags last week.

  4. zendogbreath on June 28, 2019 at 12:29 am

    this one makes me wonder if all the nickel in colorado and russia just got a lot cheaper. and if nickel metal hydride battery tech is coming back.

  5. enki-nike on June 27, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    10 quintillion dollars will keep a bunch of billionaire busybodies busy for quite a while!

  6. goshawks on June 27, 2019 at 4:54 pm

    Partially off-topic, but German Chancellor Angela Merkel was again caught uncontrollably shaking while on stage to mark a ceremony. I mention this within space-visitors and “Never A Straight Answer” context because of a ‘musing’ which popped-up (unbidden) yesterday:

    It is highly likely that Ms Merkel has a handler ; someone to ‘direct’ her, like the infamous “Col” Edward Mandell House was the ‘background advisor’ to President Woodrow Wilson. However, this handler is most likely a human.

    Imagine, if you will, Ms Merkel having serious doubts about some matter. She becomes ‘un-handle-able’. So, you bring in the Big Guns…

    What might cause uncontrollable shakes? Contemplate a full-blooded reptilian walking into your room, complete with telepathic contact. Yep, that might do it…

    • zendogbreath on June 28, 2019 at 12:27 am

      i’m taking a different limb here. her first shakes episode did not look fearful. she looked effortful to suffer through and then relieved when she was able to walk. had a few friends with parkinsons. holding still and steady is next to impossible. one friend could not hold his hand steady to grab anything. fork? hammer? nothing. slap any such think in his hand though and he was rock steady and moved like the coordinated athlete he’d always been. she reminds me of him. it was always a challenge to hold still. lots of little tricks to help sometimes work. swaying or movement of any sort. grabbing and holding on to anything or one’s self. what you don’t wanna do is try to hold a glass of water steady in public. she was wise enough not to try that.

      so my guess is she’s got parkinsons bad and just learning her limits. meanwhile her handlers at least really suck at discretely covering this up. at this point, i’m more curious to find out what caused it. lot’s o different ways folk get parkinsoned.

  7. Robert Barricklow on June 27, 2019 at 11:43 am

    So they’re letting the sloe drip of privy-info expand outwards/backwards; and to question our place in to solar system?Yet despite the hidden context; they’ll still maintain that sacred need-to-know chain of known-truths.
    What truths they let slip; will slip right into an agreed upon fable, that keeps the status-quo inequities intact.
    They certainly want to do mining; both into the solar system’s past’s record, and future profit$.
    This secret business as usual has got to be deep-sixed.
    While they’re digging for truths in the past; we’re digging for truths in their narrative lies.

    Still, is that spooky action at a distance, a bridge too far to cross; in either in past/ present, and/or future? What I’m getting at; is the Rumsfeld’s knowns & not known realms – that even those swimming in the deepest privy-info, are deplorably ignorant of.

    Stovepiping info is so childish and counterproductive.

  8. basta on June 27, 2019 at 7:03 am

    Chalk this up to the passing of generations. Those invested in opposing van Flandern have passed from the scene and the younger generation has a more dispassionate view. Of course there are lots of things that are simply taboo, but occasionally logic does eventually win the day.

    Good friends recently returned from their first trip to Egypt; I asked them what their guide said about the age of the Sphinx and was pleasantly surprised to learn that the average tourist is now often as not informed that it is at least 8-10k years old.

    • OrigensChild on June 27, 2019 at 9:04 am

      I believe you are right in thinking this way. Though many scientists and science editors would strongly object to any such leakage into their thinking, many of these grew up at a time when the ideas of persons like Eric von Daniken and Zacharia Sitchen were in their infancy. Pop culture was saturated with the former whereas the latter was the darling of the growing alternative history underground. One has to wonder if the conditions were set for a paradigm shift in our consciousness in the same way that John Nelson Darby’s dispensationalism was promulgated within the evangelical community for geopolitical and scientific purposes. Very few serious thinkers in Christianity accepted Darby’s take on the Revelation then, and that system was invented by a lawyer during the mid 19th century. It hardly represents 1500 years of Christian thought–and is still rejected by a growing minority of Christians in the world today. I fear some may howl for this suggestion, or roll on the floor with laughter, but for me, I see so many similarities between the two incidents that I cannot help but wonder if each set of ideas was seized upon by social engineers as horses to ride to realize an agenda.

      • OrigensChild on June 27, 2019 at 9:14 am

        1800 years. I forgot to correct my typo.

      • OrigensChild on June 27, 2019 at 9:37 am

        Oops. An error. The number of Christians accepting Darby’s program is really a minority. Roman Catholicism refuses it. The Orthodox Churches refuse it. The Lutherans, Calvinists and Anglicans do not accept it traditionally. The Methodists discuss it but it’s not pervasive. As an hypothesis within the evangelical community it is rampant, and this treatment of it is my error. There is a growing minority there where Darby’s program is being seriously debated for many of the same reasons the other forms of Christianity do. It’s not apostolic teaching. It has no clear provenance within Christian thought. Its contextualization is suspect. It’s made of clay.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 29, 2019 at 12:15 am

      basta, regarding the Sphinx, that is indeed a pleasant surprise if the “mainstream” tourist guide now gives that age range. And even 8-10k is conservative.
      Huge thank you to John Anthony West and Dr Robert Schoch for bringing this knowledge to the mainstream.
      RIP John Anthony West.

  9. goshawks on June 27, 2019 at 6:27 am

    There has always been a ‘divide’ in science on life/no-life in our Solar System (and perhaps of intelligent life on Earth *grin*). Just like with the great UFO ridiculing/suppression, any claim for life is jumped-upon Hard. Witness the Viking lander biological experiments which proved positive for life on Mars. They were jumped-upon Hard, and few even know they existed. The same for ALH84001, the meteorite that was found in Antarctica in 1984, which showed clear signs of life. The researchers were jumped-upon Hard – any a-biologic process (no matter how ludicrous) was trotted-out and ‘proved’ to these no-life-ers that the meteorite life-claims were false. Bah.

    Getting-on to 16 Psyche, there is this same no-life bias (or conspiracy). Of course, planetesimals were probably common in the early Solar System. And of course, many collided. (If you think of the huge iron-core of Mercury, that may be the result of some ancient collision stripping-off much of its original mantle.) However, the refusal to acknowledge the possibility of life flowering elsewhere during the ten billion years prior to our Solar System’s formation is basically stupid (or conspiratorial). Our early Solar System may have been explored/exploited for resources by any number of ‘outsiders’.

    16 Psyche may be the way it is due to natural causes, or due to ancient spacefarers’ activities. If you wanted to get to the ‘goodies’ in a planetesimal’s core, just redirect two to collide. Or, if you wanted to remove a competitor’s base on a planetesimal, just redirect another to collide. In short, life may have had a great impact (sorry) on our Solar System’s current configuration…

  10. anakephalaiosis on June 27, 2019 at 6:06 am

    In my professional Bardic view, blowing up language systems, ecosystems and planetary systems is a matter of finding the right trigger point.

    Blowing up people’s minds is a hobby. Everybody has a monster under the bed, and a savior figure of authority, that combats monsters.

    When bringing together fire and water, only one will overcome, as elements are mutually destructive. Bringing together God and Satan is a trigger point.

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