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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. Glennis on March 2, 2020 at 6:51 pm

    Anyone know how to get MP3? When I click on “download” & “save link as” I get M4 a.
    Thanks, Glennis

  2. Glennis on March 2, 2020 at 6:49 pm

    Anyone know how to get MP#? When I click “download” & “save link as” I get M4 a.
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  3. Joseph Aiello on February 22, 2020 at 4:36 pm

    Wyoming is far ahead on cryptocurrency regulation. Digital assets that is.
    They can easily tokenize that golden make it very easily spent.

  4. Claude on February 21, 2020 at 6:55 am

    This is one of the best news I have heard from a long time and I can only pray and hope that it will become a bigger and unstoppable trend worldwide that will wipe out all the evil plans the elites in their sick mad minds want to inforce

  5. zendogbreath on February 20, 2020 at 10:56 pm

    Ya had me hopeful until I heard the name Schiff.

  6. Nidster - on February 20, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    What time is it boys and girls? No, it’s not Howdy Doody time, it’s Deja Vu time in Virginia.
    Some Virginia counties bordering West Virginia are gettin’ that ole time feeling in their bones with talk about secession from Old Dominion and joining the State of Reality, aka the Mountain State, aka West Virginia.

  7. OrigensChild on February 20, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    Dr. Farrell, this is another stellar N&V. You’ve started out 2020 with some serious speculative analysis. As Richard opined moments ago we all know these speculations have some serious dampening effects. Its when you add other trends to the mix when you see the full dimensions of the picture. You’ve been very specific in your analysis. It’s when you add the summation of other trends that you see the broader picture. We all know the character and diversity in our nation has changed in the past 100 years. Attrition is slowly diluting the rural power base of which you speak. However, one cannot explain the Trump phenomenon in this country without looking at the historical precedence he has set during his bid for re-election. At the moment I see him as akin to someone more like Andrew Jackson than Franklin Delano Roosevelt–someone who has the ability to unite those electoral districts opposing socialism into a formidable whole within a strong federalist framework but without the excesses of a command and control economic and political policy. Diversity notwithstanding it does appear we might be in another peculiar moment in history where issues relevant to the Jackson and McCarthy eras are merging within the social and political space with people beginning to learn the power of “No” and demonstrating firm but peaceful opposition. The way the rallies against the VA gun bill went down in Virginia had a huge chilling effect among the progressives across the nation. People forget how powerful these movements were on behalf of civil rights for black peoples under Martin Luther King, who at the time were a demonstrable minority community. To see these same measure returned in due kind against socialist ideologies does not aid their digestion–not one whit. If this goes national under another Trump administration, it would be enough to give socialism in this country a serious, serious ulcer.

    • Nidster - on February 20, 2020 at 5:08 pm

      Remember this talk about state’s willing to secede from the Union? How far away are we from a ‘new civil war’?

      2012 U.S. state secession petitions – Wikipedia

      In 2012, a number of state petitions [18 is what I remember] to allow state secession were set up using the White House’s petitioning system.The petitions, which had no legal standing, were set up after President Barack Obama won the 2012 presidential election.Ultimately, eight petitions crossed the threshold of 25,000 e-signatures necessary to trigger a response from an Obama administration official.

      I want to go “on the record’ as being OPPOSED to this sort of protest. Use the ballot box, not the ammo box.

      • OrigensChild on February 20, 2020 at 10:29 pm

        I’m not sure I understand the context of your commentary here. I thought we were analyzing trends, not discussing whether these trends are actually desirable. I remember the discussion of secession during the Obama administration. The irony here is: the only state who’s clamoring “secession” at the moment may be on the west coast–not the South. I don’t like the idea of states seceding from the union. It is, however, a Constitutional provision that was added to preserve the state’s ultimate form of sanction against improper governance–divorce. Without an “exit” clause there is absolutely no incentive for the federal government to “govern well”.

        With respect to parts of states being granted the right to secede from their state governments, I think this will cascade once one modern example occurs. These movements seek to redress the imbalance of representation between cities and rural communities. We’ve not seen any portions of states secede since West Virginia broke away from the eastern portion. It was not a perfect solution to that difficult problem then–and it’s not an experience I would like to see repeated. There were profound economic consequences for both states at the conclusion of that horrific war. Unless state governments learn to balance the equation of fair representation these movements will escalate and eventually succeed. What’s needed is a more equitable governing arrangement at the federal and state level that provides adequate redress for these representation concerns. Until metropolitan and states think beyond the boundaries of their ideological objectives and corporate obligations, these movements will eventually yield results. When that happens, it will not be our fault for sounding the alarm. If they want to sustain governance, they must figure out a way to govern well! Declaring war against ideological opponents is not the solution. Wars along ideological lines lay at the heart of the fundamental problem.

  8. Robert Barricklow on February 20, 2020 at 3:20 pm

    First they come for you guns,
    and then they come for you.

    When the country formed the federal government was purposely given as little power as necessary; in order for the States to maintain as much of their sovereignty as possible. But; as most know, power corrupts, and anyone w/more than two little grey cells know, the U.S. government can’t get enough of that powerful stuff. Its addiction to power is endangering all 50 states.
    The irony is that the Federal government itself is in a fight of Nationalism versus internationalism; hence the nationalist’s Trump card.

    The internationalist are fuming;
    as is their mouth piece, the pre$$.

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on February 20, 2020 at 6:37 pm

      The Supreme Court of Denial, has not merely stopped its efforts to lift the boots of oppression off the necks of the weak, poor, and destitute; it also been known to get in some pleasurable kicks on its own.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 20, 2020 at 6:43 pm

      Trump is a symbol in my mind’s eye of the anti-globalist. He will not assimilate into the new world order.
      Nor will the individual States of America be assimilated.

  9. WalkingDead on February 20, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    In order to understand just how we got here, it might be wise to visit two websites.

    • WalkingDead on February 20, 2020 at 12:42 pm

      There had to provide a remedy, which, of course, they failed to mention. There is a way forward out of this fraud, but it is a twisted and convoluted path by design.

  10. goshawks on February 20, 2020 at 6:40 am

    As a Southern Oregonian of around three decades, I am experiencing a sense of deja vu . Just before WWII, the same disenfranchised-feeling rural counties proposed carving-out a new State of Jefferson from So OR & No CA. WWII brought an end to that effort…

    This time, the effort feels more politically savvy. Rather than trying to form a completely new State, there would just be a reshuffling of State borders. Very improbable, but possible, because the underlying disenfranchised-feeling still exists. We will see…

    In the Bigger Picture, all of Joseph’s cited articles have (in my humble opinion) a common basis: the fall of the USSR. While the Cold War was up and running, the various factions within the US cooperated , because of the perceived existential threat. Once that was removed for some decades, all the papered-over differences started to emerge. And taken to their logical (or illogical) conclusion, the US could deconstruct like the USSR did, along various pre-existing faults…

    (In the Biggest Picture, I could see the banksters aiding and abetting this spinning-apart of the US. Several smaller nations can be intimidated or controlled – or even manipulated against each other, for fun and profit – much more effectively than a united nation. For a historical precedent, remember how the Rothschild banking clan schemed to break-up the US along the slavery fault-line for much the same reasons. Only the horrific US Civil War prevented this occurrence…)

    • marcos toledo on February 20, 2020 at 8:32 pm

      Think the fall of the Roman Empire goshawks Europe has been a tribal warzone ever since. And has spread its tribal wars worldwide for centuries along with their fellow useful idiots the Arabs and Turks.

  11. Richard on February 20, 2020 at 5:36 am

    Not one to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations / suspicions,” but trends as you suggest can change on a dime and many have over the years and decades. Often, they get modified to better represent what and who they’re supposed to. It might have had some slivers of Nazism suggested in there somewhere. They knew of the necessity of finance for set up and maintenance when their warring efforts went sour. Warring states? Off the deep end of no return more likely.

    This business of secession talk is a bit over-rated. It seems more a matter of taking into consideration the unique diversity of this great nation that attends to needs, unique geology (especially, changing geology of coastlines, fault lines, rivers, mountains), demographics and geography, its resources, as well as its potpourri of old and new immigration population while still putting up with occasional renegades trying to take advantage of the greater electorate through insidious measures of persuasion. Such are the opportunities for prosperity as well as plunder. Besides, citizens want representation with their taxation, not just hot lips, fiery temperament, blasting megaphones, photo shoots, vulgarisms from vulgarians who might have immigrated from Vulgaria (if there were such a place), and . . . well. . . you get the idea one hopes.

    The US is no longer a population between 5 million and 6 million and between 12 and 24 states where such talk can be gotten away with because of slow moving (nearly) everything, like it was in the 1800’s. Very far from it. Very much established territorial borders. It’s a matter of fair and lawful representation not quickened snipes at takeover by a few with tyrannical takeover psychopathologies on-the-brain insisting on herding a population to their whims. Pitiful!

    In one’s humble opinion, this has Sovietszky and Mandarin style infiltration all over it with their useful idiots at work well in advanced of the 2020 elections (to include certain middle eastern allies just off that Belt and Road). It’s enough to stir mayhem and chaos to further instigate rivalry as well as portray deception just under the radar, so to speak, but it also has the results of getting the general electorate more engaged in local, state, and federal affairs. Something not preferred.

    That there’s home grown democracy issues in English, not Russian-Mandarin-Farsi, etc., keeps the citizenry interested. Getting distracted enough not to notice outside manipulation for effect is also over-rated. The more real the issues from those 800,000 or so of the proverbial swamp, maybe a few thousand more these days depending who’s office hires, the easier the infiltration and bureaucratic manipulation of the elected might seem to be, but not everyone can be held guilty of being a sleeping sentry by exceptional liars. The bureaucracy tends to set trends and the more subtle and innocuous the distraction the more successful the chaos planned might trend, if allowed. Not everyone is mystified by their treacherous tactics.

    You needn’t go any further than the recent freshman congressional change overs of 2018 in other states to start to notice Sovietszky, Mandarin, and other radicalized middle east affiliated tribal trends in pockets of populations further instigating rivalry for effect. Their representations have podium, megaphones, and prime time stamps of mainstream well recorded and are not fooling as many as they believe as narcissists. Those behind the scenes seem quite good at it, too, as they staff the halls. Probably from all that practice over the past years and decades.

    There’s another slant to consider, data that can be fed into specialized programs as code with an agenda to regurgitate larger than life scenarios to lie about and that become easier, quicker, and storable on high speed terabyte flash drives.

    Enter programmed peta-floppers of modernity’s innovation versed in language arts that do more than tell stories in AI form.

    They’re likely into legal doctrines, manifestos, written constitutions (now typed text) that span decades even centuries. That’s a significant advantage over grads in graduate law schools and the seasoned professionals well practiced over the years. It’s more than social media participants swapping narratives on a whim and on taxpayer’s dimes. Makes one wonder how many folks are contributing their home-grown algorithms unwittingly to these online peta beasts. It’s no wonder why private publishing authors are concerned about data breaches and data left to only electronic forms and prefer hard copies that are not subject to electronic theft and failure or corruption by AI failures.

    There’s no doubt one could introduce some well versed linguistical contributions into the mix at nearly fiber-optic light speeds. Simply pay attention to those instantaneous screen flashes feeding the greater cloud and one soon arrives at some suspicions of state / corporate funded and sponsored background permutations because they can, so they do. Throw in a few highly skilled lone wolves, or an army of cyber warriors like Iran and others, for instance, less bent on rules and laws and you’ll note quite a heady group vying for network dominance and global dominance. Even in competition if allies.

    People really are moving out of California to other states because of liberal policies now off the rails. It is not restricted to California, either, other west coast states have movement out for similar reasons. Although not specific there might be east coast migrations in place, too. It’s become a matter of how fast can losses be shunted or recouped. Those that have the clout to invest might be there already signing contracts.

    Social and cultural bombardments continue. And though they are not the same as before there are some similarities in how manipulation manifests. History tends to rhyme rather than duplicate sameness, in these matters. It’s multifaceted and multi focused more and more at peta flopper-gigahertz speeds. Makes one wonder what that new interface device might look like given that local pulsed 5G field emissions can jump poorly insulated old copper wire constructions affecting down-line connectivity with an introduced digital like signal. Another reason why 5G is more than just 5G. Sneaky and downright treacherous in a clandestine operator’s tool bag.

    Dispersed bullion deposits are useful just as dispersed data centers, just as mercantile distribution centers, just as local PC hard disk back ups are useful and probably prudent. As for the banks vs banks (metals and assets vs paper debt), competition is good just as states rights and federal rights need periodic taming of the power brokers of each. Glad to see that some of those drivers of this ongoing work in progress of this Federal Republic assembly have taken notice of those it represents. It’s a work in progress not of gloom and doom.

  12. DanaThomas on February 20, 2020 at 3:37 am

    Invasion of incompetents? Sounds familiar….

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