Something very odd happened this week in my email inbox: I received a swarm of emails all about "things going wrong" all over the world, and for a moment, I was tempted to put them all into this week's "honorable mentions" blog on Saturday. But I can't avoid the intuition - and it's nothing more than an intuition - that all these weird stories might somehow be related. The how is of course, the problem. I've decided to call these "glitches ex machina" because, as always, we're told that all of this is due to that now well-known gremlin in the systems, or, to put it differently, we're simply being told nothing at all, other than it's all due to the "technical glitch gremlin."

With that in mind, T. M. spotted this article about the last-minute delay of the launch of India's lunar Chandrayaan-2 lander which was put on hold due to - and I quote - a "technical glitch":

India's Chandrayaan-2 moon mission called off minutes before launch

Then, G.B. sent along this article from RT which states that Europe's Global Positioning Satellites were offline for "several days" due to "a technical incident" which, with somewhat more candor, the Europeans are saying was "related to its ground infrastructure":

‘Technical incident’ puts Europe’s GPS system fully offline for days

And by the way, there was also a power blackout in Manhattan on the anniversary of the 1977 blackout, according to this story shared by "B":

Manhattan Goes Dark: Major Power Outage Hits NYC On Anniversary Of 1977 Great Blackout

Let's not forget, according to this story shared by E.G., that earthquakes are occurring at three times their normal incidence along the volatile Pacific rim:

The Number Of Global Earthquakes Is 3 Times Above Normal

And lookie lookie, many of them, as I've pointed out previously, are concentrated around American black projects research sites, and some of them have been "knocked off line" (map courtesy of K.S.), note the cluster of quakes around China lake and Nellis AFB in Nevada:

Earthquake map

And R.B. spotted this story about the China Lake base being declared not mission capable:

China Lake naval base declared ‘not mission capable’ after earthquakes, but weapons and ammunition are secure

Now of course, all the earthquakes around the Pacific rim could be entirely natural. And Manhattan blackouts have happened before. And there have been "technical glitches" as well. But with respect to each one of these, one could advance the speculation that none of them may be entirely natural. As I've commented before about the strange weather, given the fact that there is such a high amount of weather modification technologies in play, one has to conclude, as does Elana Freeland, that there is no such thing any more as completely natural weather. That's not to say that the weather engineering results are exactly what "they" wanted, the point being that the capability is there, is being used, and hence, once cannot a prior anymore rule out that the results are to some degree intentional. The same with earthquakes: the uptick in the number of earthquakes in an earthquake prone region is not unusual, but with concentrations of quakes around black projects sites and military bases, one cannot a priori rule out the possibility that similar geophysical engineering technologies are being used in some vast geophysical engineering, or warfare, agenda, with the rest of the activity being "collateral damage" from the use of such systems. In short, in the "Farrell Corollary" to the "Freeland Hypothesis", there is no such thing as completely natural geophysical events - such as earthquakes - any more either. The events may be the natural blowback or collateral damage of a technology, but the point is, a technology is in use, somewhere (at least, in my opinion).

Now, if you're willing to crawl out that far with me on the twig of high octane speculation, then we turn to blackouts, GPS satellites going offline, and lunar probes being delayed, due to "technical incidents", the European cousin of the "technical glitch" branch of the gremlin family. The Europeans have been the most  forthcoming on their GPS satellite shut down, implying some sort of ground-to-space problem, which, given the natural of the systems involved, could be computer-related, or electromagnetic in nature (signals being jammed, and so forth), or some combination of both. The satellites may have been hacked, or some sort of electromagnetic interference may have been in play. And one might hazard a guess that this might have happened to Chandrayaan-2 as well.

So let's make the assumption for the sake of argument that all these "glitches ex machina" are not isolated and merely coincidental events, but somehow related. What's the one thing they all have in common? Answer: they're all, in some form or fashion, electrodynamic systems, i.e., they are able to be manipulated electromagnetically, if one but has the technology to do so. And to pursue this speculation, then what might be going on? If this speculation is true, then someone is engaged in some sophisticated geophysical warfare, and perhaps several parties, both the "usual players" and perhaps "someone else." Part of it might be "disaster capitalism", and someone "shooting back" because of collateral damage caused thereby to their own countries. It's intriguing to note, that as all these events were occurring within more or less the same time frame, that French President and rootless cosmopolitan technocrat Emanuel Macron has now come out with his own call for a French "space force." Perhaps it's not related at all to what's going on, perhaps it is, but I just thought it worth "tossing in there".

But that, for whatever it's worth, is my take (at least for the moment) on all these strange glitches ex machina...

See you on the flip side...


  1. Doc, thank you again on the lead to Amazing Polly. Spent a couple hours last week drilling down through her videos. Another good thorough researcher. Thank you.

  2. Coincidences, intuition, dark, light. Hmmm, I wonder what would be most susceptible to electricity. Boy you sure would think large indoor grow facilities would be on that list.

  3. No more entirely natural phenomena on any scale, in any closed system. Entropy increased or decreased at the subatomic level by design, intermolecular forces entirely engineerable, the 2nd law of thermodynamics no longer immutable (of course, it never was). Phase boundaries are no longer predictable, and materials are no longer dependable. Yeah, I’ve been noticing that, too.

  4. Not one to add a flash point to your “high octane speculations,” but Southern California Edison has certainly been disruptive where networks are concerned. How dare they disrupt my downloads and uploads! And, “Why the heck are they doing that in the first place?” They have no business here on the east side of the Rockies! heh, heh

  5. We’re at an inflection, peak, solar minima. Free article with his forecasts that still stand up.

    It’s a good time to monitor space weather. COSMIC RAY UPDATE: Note to astronauts: 2019 is not a good year to fly into deep space. In fact, it’s shaping up to be one of the worst of the Space Age. According to a new paper just published in the journal Space Weather, cosmic rays are flooding into the solar system as the sun’s magnetic field weakens, posing a health risk to space traveler

    The big picture of landscheidt is that the outer planets are the modulators for the sun. Uranus has a synodic period of 84 years. All the cycles that Dewey tracked which you wrote about in “Babylon Bankers” They are all based on the cosmic clock and the rotation of the planets. 42 years is half of 84 Uranus which is when the last black out occurred in New York City and the heat wave which is occurring now. It’s the Year the New York Yankees played the Los Angeles Dodgers and won the world series. The same two teams in first place now. Alot more funny cyclical coincidences too.
    Plus we are in a Mercury retrograde period which is known for cyclical periods in which communication and technology failures occur.

    So all these things fit nicely into cycles. It’s possible there is a higher related to all of this of funny business but it’s kind of difficult to prove.

  6. oops, my prior comment belonged to yesterday’s blog…

    Speculation: what if someone could do quantum entanglement and communications at a distance, and that someone had the manufacturing plants of most of the world’s electronics, what diabolically connected insy winsy nano bits could they have to get up to mischief? or even so some good?
    Caveat: That the postulated entity is independent of the devil’s we know, which is doubtful.

  7. I will start worrying when the quantum data gets to the receiver partical before it is sent from the sender.
    i wonder if the Chinese got the Tibetan people’s remnants to generate the electrons with prayer wheels?

  8. Jupiter made its closest approach to Earth in 50 years in June. That would certainly unrest the deep magma pool, which is what is triggering the reaction of the plates.

    Agree that some big secret players are ginning up events to make a point.

  9. Just reading a few sentences in and, of course; I suspect AI, in all its forms & permutations. For AI is composed of many types. Yet, is there an inherent[think metaphor] ability to organize? That would be a step up in scale of performance and capabilities. Then there is that nasty suspicion of an interdimensional player in cyberspace. Perhaps the “field'[mischief? I pressed ” and got’ ] at AI play, is replete w/mischief[I reread here and discovered the “glitch”]. This example is nothing new for moi; it not only happens in cyberspace, it happens in the “real” world as well. What this shows me is that there is much more to this universe than you, or I, will ever imagine Horatio.
    “And lookie lookie…” Just had the thought that this solar system is moving into an area of the universe replete w/mischief[for lack of a better word/sentence].
    Black Site Clusters[glitches in typing getting way too high in counts/must keep eye on keyboard]? Purposed[referencing blog, n? By whom/what? Method to madness?

    1. Back and staring over.
      All the things going wrong in the world…
      Yet, from the Bush-wackers point of view,
      all the things are going right in the globalized world.

      Due to the unelected, unaccountable gremlins-put-in-place, that managing the running the world.

      We’re simply being told the status-quo narrative.

      With the cowboy attitude of shoot first, ask questions later; don’t be surprised when you’ve rustled up some other country cowboys, who are flattering those U.S. cowboy policies, by purposely mimicking geopolitically natural events.

      Acts of God are rolling off the manufactured events assembly lines; in God knows how many geopolitical locations.

  10. I’d say for all their attempts to suppress it, and the ongoing effort to conceal what kind of tactics and technologies happen to be involved, that we are at W-R.

  11. I tend to agree with what your intuition tells you, Dr Farrell. What my intuition tells me is that what we are seeing is the tip of the iceberg of a very complicated and high-stakes negotiation, perhaps in preparation for a global financial reset. Hands are being played, markers put down, bets placed, bluffs called.

    1. Yes, some sort of global financial reset is guaranteed by the ever-expanding Debt in the world. The ancient Egyptians had three Intermediate Periods, where society literally broke-down and chaos reigned. (In B5 terms, The Shadows were dominant.) We can go that way, or higher muckety-mucks can make probably-reluctant decisions to save the global financial structure – reduce/eliminate debt. (In B5 terms, the Vorlons save the day.) In archetypal terms, we are in very “interesting times” (in the old Chinese blessing/curse sense)…

  12. Lets not forget we’re in some astrologically rough waters right now….many planets in retrograde, and two eclipses this month.
    If your into that kind of woo, I highly recommend you check out this site ,
    Star Guide Mundane Astrology: The Art of the Big Picture with Star Lore
    …I’m not affiliated with it in any way, but Javed does some excellent dot connecting from the ‘written in the stars’ perspective.

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