This is one of those weeks that it's literally difficult to try to select what stories to blog about, because there have been so many great submissions by readers of this site of articles and stories to choose from. But one story was not difficult to select, because readers of this site who live in California have flooded my inbox with a veritable gale of articles, plus their own questions, commentaries, and observations. I am going to do my best to summarize those in today's blog, and to share their observations, questions, and commentaries.

By way of context, just last week I blogged about Pacific Graft and Emoluments...er... Pacific Gas and Electric's "preemptive blackout" of communities in and around the San Francisco bay area - excepting San Francisco and Scarymental itself of course - and offered the suggestion that if fires still started when no power was going through the lines, then we were dealing with more or less a cover story. But at the basic level of the public narrative, one might question whether PG&E is even responsible for the mess, rather than highly questionable environmental policies which have prevented it from adequately trimming of undergrowth and brush.  The blackout policy was not confined to the bay area, as various people in southern California that I know also indicated to me that they also received notices that their power might be shut off "to prevent fires."

First, a word of thanks to V.T., C.V., G.B., S.H. and many others who shared articles.

With all this said, let's dive in.

The blackout has been accompanied by a wave of new policies and observations, not the least of which were impositions of curfews in selected localities, and by the state of California suddenly severing ties with the ham radio repeaters networks, to the astonishing discovery that solar panels and electric cars weren't of much use during blackouts, to the observation that fires also seem to start around homeless encampments (surprise surprise):

LA wildfires continue to rage: Blazes that have killed three and forced more than 100,000 to evacuate move across Southern California, as it's revealed an electrical tower may be to blame and PG&E restores power for two million in the north

Electric-Car Owners Hard Hit by Massive California Power Shutdown


Of course, there's nothing suspicious whatsoever about the state shutting down its ties to the state's ham radio operators in the middle of a preemptive blackout to supposedly lessen the risk of catastrophic fires that might require a redundancy in the emergency communications network, like ... maybe... ham radio operators. On the other hand, there are indications that this story is false, and has been debunked. On this one you pay your money and take your choice.

But one of the most interesting articles was this one, which even attempted to connect the story to the whole "Q" phenomenon, and to President Trump's shutting the Chinese out of American ports (and regular readers of this site will be aware that the whole "Q" phenomenon is not something that I subscribe to):

California Power Shutoff & Chinese Port Scandal

Setting aside this article's whole speculation about the Chinese port access matter, and the references to the "Q" phenomenon, the article does make an interesting point about the weird sequence of events:

1.) With the power outages and reports of strange activity coming out of California. I thought it made sense to look at it through the looking glass...
2.) "Watch CA" stuck in my mind... we've got a MAJOR power outage, scheduled, fires that immediately began and strange reports of curfews...
Let's check it out!
3.) So... a power outage is scheduled? And then fires IMMEDIATELY break out in multiple regions?
4.) There is a curfew: https://californiaglobe.com/section-2/california-city-imposing-curfew-during-power-outages-to-prevent-crime/ 
But that could be explained by the massive power outages... as a crime circumvention method.
And just to throw in my two cents of high octane speculation, while curfews might be rationalized as a crime prevention safeguard, they could also just as easily function as a method for "whomever" to commit crimes, like, say, starting fires. Just a thought. To continue:
5.) Here's the weird part. Only a few hours ago, CNN, who is BARELY covering this at all... put up an article detailing only the power outage.https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/10/us/pge-power-outage-thursday/index.html 
But NOT mentioning the fires? What?
6.) Look at their trends? What? This is it? Before the CA fires were perpetually covered... and now, nothing?
And the website source of that article isn't holding back on its own high octane speculation about what's really going on:
Now, needless to say, I am not buying any explanation coming out of the state government of California. There have been simply too many suspicious things associated with the previous fires, not to mention the anomalies Californians themselves have noticed and observed and posted on the internet, including pictures and videos of some mighty strange things. For example, most of us will remember those pictures from the previous fires of burned out flattened buildings, while nearby said totally destroyed buildings, oftentimes there were trees or shrubs that appeared almost totally unscathed by any fire, much less by any ambient heat. Then there were the pictures and videos of melted steel, guard rails, and asphalt at bridges, with - again - nearby trees and shrubbery left unburned. Or of houses where the fires appear to have been started near the electrical meters.
All those things led me to speculate that high power microwave interferometry may have been involved in burning out buildings, while leaving the trees and brush unscathed. (In that respect, remember some of those videos of brush that had been twisted by something, another indicator of microwaves). And in the case of the fires apparently started near electrical meters in homes, I also advanced the speculation that the power grid itself was being used as a kind broadcast mechanism to start fires selectively.
I'm not going to repeat those speculations here. But since we're walking off the end of the twig of high octane speculation, I want to advance yet another of my suspicions that to my knowledge no one else has yet advanced, and that I think may be related in some form or fashion to this latest round of high strangeness:
Do you recall the attack a few years ago on the electrical substation at the southern end of the Silicon Valley? According to the reports at the time, a team of people penetrated an electrical power transforming substation, and shot it up with such precision that the FBI and local law enforcement concluded that it was done by a professional team. Interesting too is the fact that we've heard little to no follow-up of that investigation. Might that team, in addition to shooting up specific equipment designed to take out the substation have also installed some equipment that has been overlooked? Or was this hit a training drill of some sort? Or a message being sent by "someone" to the moguls of Silicon Valley? I don't know, but given all the other high strangeness in that state, and particularly with the association of the fires with electrical equipment, with the public narrative of power lines sparking fires, and with my own high octane speculations about the use of exotic technologies and techniques to start them, a connection between the two does seem to be at least possible.
Then, after that strange attack, there were two other strange events that again to my mind raise the possibility that there may be a connection: in addition to the attack on the electrical substation, readers might recall two other strange incidents that occurred within a few weeks of each other: the first was an attack on underground internet cables in San Francisco, where again, what appears to have been a very well-informed professional team gained access to the underground tunnels, and literally severed the internet cables servicing many businesses and government agencies. In the same time frame of a few weeks, a similar operation was conducted on severing internet cables between Flagstaff and Phoenix, Arizona.
Why do I think there might be a connection to those events and this latest strangeness of deliberate blackouts, curfews, and fires? Because as noted above, the State government of Nuttyfornia has severed its ties with California ham radio operators: in other words, the redundancy in the emergency communications system has had a major component cut away from it, leaving the other sources of information confined to radio and television networks, and the internet. And if one can take down the internet by coordinated attacks at select exchanges and network gatekeeping computers, that would leave only the radio and television networks, and hey, isn't it interesting how recent years have shown that they can be completely trusted? Especially when they work in conjunction with the government?
See you on the flip side...




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. Waterbug on October 30, 2019 at 12:17 am

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  2. Robert Barricklow on October 28, 2019 at 11:20 pm

    Instead of fires, Calif Governor priority is to prevent transgender insensitivity (no really).
    California nightmare: Insult to injury as California fires and power cuts turn Golden State into dystopia.

  3. Nidster - on October 16, 2019 at 7:25 am

    The strangeness about the California fires, a state under total and absolute control by environmentalists, and how the fires seem to suddenly ‘start’ should be taken into context. Consider the ‘dastardly’ California solar energy firm – Solaren Corporation that has control of an array of solar panels orbiting about 22,000 miles above the earth’s equator. This array of solar panels converts sunlight into microwave radio-frequency transmissions that is then fed into the PG&E power grid under patent US7612284B2, held by those ‘dastardly’ Russians. Could it be that Solaren Corporation could cause those panels hovering in space to focus some sort of powerful microwave radio frequency beam that would ‘heat-up’ air-borne aluminum oxide or ‘other’ conductive particulates being sprayed from aircraft?

    Also, what if the energy was in transformed into a laser beam? One of the ‘spooky’ things about lasers is they are invisible. One can not see them when they are deployed. All a person could see is the damage laser beams cause by ‘things’ suddenly starting to burst into flames, or just blow up. Or, what about a simple microwave downlink that can focus RF energy into an area as small as one square meter? So bottom line is what is really going on with these CA fires, and more importantly who is behind all the strangeness going on?

  4. Richard on October 15, 2019 at 6:41 am

    At first glance there is the benign to ponder. More brownouts seem planned as one online grid map depicted. When first seen, it looked as if it had been a wildfire plot map of past fires throughout the state but was a planned grid plot map. Suppose that’s not too surprising, but the recent chronology of events is strange. There’s been a surge in blackout discussions as folks who use YouTube for airing regular shows on their specialty and preferences in the state have been issuing potential pre-emption notices regarding rescheduling if power outages negate their shows at the regular air times. So far, an inconvenience, but for others dependent on electricity for powering O2 machines at home not so good.

    One report suggests at least one death from inaccessibility to power generation and for others disabled to fend for themselves, by those Free-Care-for-all groups, no less. Bit of a psychotic backlash that didn’t sit well with an even larger group from the same sliding slant noticing their callous response when asked about support measures by the handicap as it undermined a taxing redistribution narrative. The tide turns and it is red some say. Bad Karma.

    Current power outages, when in effect, yield a low radio emission spectrum where detectors monitor and less stray electromagnetic fields. Pulsed frequency surges might also be plotted to better prepare for new technologies (5G perhaps). The multitude of planned outages did seem to be in close proximity to each other. Something that would need to be taken into consideration so as not to cause potentiated power emissions – those frequencies when alone do not cause any noticeable problems but when pulsed and powered together as a group cause electrical surges in susceptible signal receiver units (those bell & whistle convenience units taken for granted, for instance). The number of users in the state is quite high – also taken for granted. It’s seems as if compartmentalization is used to test and prevent total failure. Perhaps, an effective strategy for the short term, but not mid or long-term correction for energy needs.

    There’s another need. To know how power distribution and redistribution might go should there be another major disruption of state electrical grid. QUAKES! San Francisco and Los Angeles regions are not only prone to them but could mean major disruptions when there might be ways to redress power needs with redundancies preset in place that serve several catastrophic possibilities. By mitigating or blunting initial power cuts from calamity, recovery operations will go much more orderly should they occur.

    Rerouting power supply in a compartmentalized manner will aide the ability to survive and operate should disaster happen. Besides, improving and upgrading infrastructure, like in nearly most other states, is way overdue. Since there’s been damage in the state from previous fires this time it’s best to secure the hatches, on that sinking ship, before the flooded compartment starts taking another compartment with it. The state is not quite the Titanic after hitting a berg, but it doesn’t need to be there, either.

    Power outages do tend to focus the mindset in what to prepare for and for what actions might need to be taken. Prevention goes a long way and is usually very cost effective even if it initially seems an unwanted action or expense.

    Once upon a time one addressed the “apathy factor” associated with calamitous fallout from major civilian disruption from a major resource taxing event. Something like hurricanes, flooding, quakes, rail disasters involving hazardous chemical, and others, for instance, might do that would tax a regional community. The top ranked reason of failure to put in place any means of first responder, resource intensive on scene deployment, and rapid recovery for the fictional disaster was apathy. Apathy, demonstrated by policy makers who thought the odds were so low that necessary funding, training, and preparedness was for the federal level. Not a local yo-co matter of concern. Astonishing!

    One’s first response was, Huh? Out loud, unfortunately. That didn’t go over very well. They pondered those expressions – the odds, the probability, and the planning for detailed resourcing was too large to consider and besides things like that don’t happen. Uh, Huh. “Have a major event and you’re likely to have wished you’d considered addressing these astronomical odds, probabilities, and permutations for not getting off your *bleep* when you had the opportunity and easy time to do so.” One thought very-very quietly, of course, respecting the powers that were there and knowing, by the concerned look in one’s superior’s eye’s across the table, at the time, that one teetered on the edge of being reprimanded if chain of command and respectful discourse was not adhered to. One still remembered the time, mid 1980’s, when terrorist attacks were brought up in discussions and suggested the need to prepare for unlikely routes of disruption and attack – the outside the box thinking or “asymmetrical adversary” or “un-restricted warfare” that have become several buzz phrases these days that have weathered many storms. Was nearly guffawed out of the room. Filing an end discussion report and candid feedback was all one could hope for.

    Ham radio operators have concerns when Solar wind and flare activity is high. Some antennae arrays could be prone to extra and unannounced microwave pulses that put the private arrangement at a fire risk. Some of those power transistors used in those sets are quite powerful and get hot putting out a strong signal. Not that any of those items are cause to shut down severing remote communications. What is it they’re not saying about their use? Ham users are a resourceful bunch and will find a way around bad decisions from tales told by idiots behind a podium. Who’d want to reduce an early warning system when others fail unless they’re up to no good.

    Not to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations / suspicions” but INTERNET has definitely raised some hackles where they’re usually trimmed and supine along with those smart conveniences prone to surges. In a way, it’s part of the national grid without being the standard electric grid. The “cloud” is an issue, obtaining crucial network infrastructure hub(s), and rerouting traffic unbeknown to the casual network user are also matters of concern toward nefarious control efforts in the name of orderly control that is according to you-know-who with the big bucks without the racks to adorn a hunter’s den wall.

    Consider which network layer you’d need to control in order to gain access and manipulate data flow. Never mind whether it is satellite, wireless, cable, fiber optic or twisted pair. Would it be the session layer or the application layer or the logical link layer or the network layer or the presentation layer or the transport layer or physical layer, to name a few? And, with what, how, and where to engage these useful communications protocols? Who would desire such intrusion to start? Who already has infiltrated the web / the net using the previously named? One has an idea, but do not want to set one’s monitor on fire as a result of suggesting any one major player in defense of securing the very same electronics setup one occasionally enjoys when it works unfettered from hacks. Heh. That’ll be the day, too.

    At any rate, it’s not a socket you’d want to stick a fork into just to see what happens.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 14, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    Since the government does not represent the people; these policies are being enforced for their real constituents.
    This is in the midst of globalized covert warfare.
    How many faction within California are fighting with each other; or, for that mater, lined-up against the interest of California citizens?
    Indeed, the times keep-on-a-getting more & more “Chinese interesting”/may you live in interesting times.

    • Roger on October 14, 2019 at 10:07 pm

      The Silent war is against the American people. Even with half my co-workers it seems having kids with cancer or autism in their families they still cling to their willful ignorance. Honestly it seems very few parents around the big cities along the coasts really care about their kids or their future. They just want to keep the party going and having fun despite it all. Gives a whole new meaning to the state logo of The Sun Shine State. Only one in a hundred in the major party cities is aware of anything. But fifty percent of the small towns and rural areas are aware of what is happening and are not too happy. Perhaps it is the same in Cali, thus the targeting of rural folks to possibly pressure them into leaving the state?

      • Robert Barricklow on October 14, 2019 at 11:07 pm

        That’s were the land/real estate is vast.
        Good disaster capitalism target; in fact, irresistible.

        • Roger on October 14, 2019 at 11:26 pm

          The people behind the curtain can add as many zeros as they want to their bank accounts to do what ever they want. Most rural areas in Cali are Republican. I have a feeling this is politically motivated, not financial, or a realestate grab.

          • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2019 at 11:52 am

            Of course, it’s political.
            The problem is there no political for, by, and of the people.
            When will the expensive façade of this self-governance charade drop its mask; so that this sea-to-shining-sea fantasy land illusion evaporates/whereupon, the remaining stark reality plays-out its against its favorite shock and awe rendition ?

          • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2019 at 11:54 am

            Another myth replaces the exposed myth.

      • cursichella on October 14, 2019 at 11:51 pm

        “Perhaps it is the same in Cali, thus the targeting of rural folks to possibly pressure them into leaving the state?”

        It feels as if they want EVERYONE to leave, using different “weapons”, depending on the area. Cities, it’s traffic, housing, homelessness, rats, needles, crime and open sewers. Central Valley, the “drought”, gangs and drugs. Rural areas, housing, gas prices, fires, threats of fires and power loss.

        Elected officials (Feinstein, Kamala Harris, Pelosi, Schiff, Newsom, Garcetti) totally ignore these issues, remaining focused on taking down Trump or passing insane legislation (No fur products at all but free abortions–we sell the “parts”! No plastic straws but free plastic syringes for shooting up! Clean up after your dog or be fined but ok for people to “go” the sidewalk!). Most Californians seem to be oddly accepting or just oblivious to the slow creep of a lower quality of life.

        It has a hugely sinister feel to it…

        • Ian on October 15, 2019 at 2:04 am

          Surveying the political insanity, it honestly feels like California’s own version of Mao’s ‘Cultural Revolution’. Don’t know how much further the Overton Window can shift left; there has got to be a limit ( “turning and turning in the widening gyre …” , etc ).

        • Don B on October 15, 2019 at 8:17 am

          An earthquake up and down the coast of California will take care of that.

        • kestrel on October 15, 2019 at 10:01 am

          Hit ‘report’ instead of ‘reply’. My bad. I meant to completely agree with Cursichella. We had a nice house in a good neighborhood in SoCal, but couldn’t handle the surrounding insanity any longer. We jumped ship. I think your assessment is dead-on and I’m just hoping it’s not a case of “As California goes, so goes the nation.”

          • OrigensChild on October 15, 2019 at 3:44 pm

            As nutty as she sounds from time to time I have to agree with the blond bomber on this one. Ann Coulter is constantly hitting the theme: “Build the wall. It’s not just wall, it’s a symbol. We take our immigration policy seriously. We cannot allow anyone to come here without proper paperwork and due process.” Whether one agrees with her assessment if the immigration problem is not resolved, we will all become Nuttifornia by an elective coup.

  6. marcos toledo on October 14, 2019 at 7:27 pm

    Isn’t The Invasion Of The Body Snatchers in the novel and film adaptions set in California. That is now a pod people state and a banana republic as well looking forward to the return of the BLACK DEATH beginning in California.

  7. Wlfgang on October 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    As I’ve mentioned before, I grew up in CA and was not ever happy there. I only had one other place to briefly compare it too – Portland – where we lived for a brief amount of time before moving back to the “Dead State.” Both states were similar except Portland People still had their souls but seemed rather angry about it…or maybe just a lack of sunshine created depressed, angry people. My feeling from the earliest memory of CA was of a “deadness” in most of the people all around…Neighbors, Teachers, Community Leaders, and especially the Church Communities. The towns and cities were over guarded by police dressed like “Robo Cop.” Of course I didn’t have that description until years later when The Terminator came out and my first reactions was “Oh Yea…just like the cops that pull you over in CA Constantly for merely breathing.” Meanwhile, crime continued to rise from every direction. I was forced to relocate across the country due to a job I followed to make a living and each place I lived was far better than anywhere I lived in CA. I was stunned at simple things like the kindness of strangers, kindness to animals, far less materialism, and a genuine helping hand attitude from others — everything from shoveling snow to finding a better job, giving you a ride if your car broke down, and genuine friendship. Mostly in CA I felt like I was surrounding by “The Living Dead,” where their only reason to be was to suck the life from the living. Perhaps that’s why the series on Netflix is so popular because so many can relate to it or the agenda pushers are trying to get everyone used to a planned future. I can’t watch the show as it gives me shivers from memories of a past life I would rather forget. To anyone trying to get out, I wish you the best and it’s better almost everywhere.

  8. DownunderET on October 14, 2019 at 4:46 pm

    Fires but paper does not burn !!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. anakephalaiosis on October 14, 2019 at 6:28 am

    It is standard book of warfare, to force an enemy into submission, by controlling food and water supplies, and cutting off communication.

    When warfare is waged under disguise, then there is Trojan horse somewhere, where Ashtoreth and Moloch are in the snake pit of communism.

    Since the founding fathers are proven Jesuit agents with apron, then the takeover is a five centuries papal plan, carried out by Baal, in slavery of empire.

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