Fear and Trembling are back in the news, and no, I don't mean the corona virus story:

JAXA Is Going To Land on Phobos, the 14th Best Moon in the Solar System


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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. BetelgeuseT-1 on March 6, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    The Astroid Belt is ample evidence that something very major happened in our solar system, some time in the distant past.
    Whether a Cosmic War as suggested by Dr Farrell or some natural event, hopefully one day we’ll know (we probably already do…).
    An even weirder heavenly body more than Phobos would have to be Saturn’s moon Iapetus. Talk about strange.
    That’s the one I would love to have a very close look at.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on March 6, 2020 at 10:19 pm

      Betelgeuse calling Iapetus. Betelgeuse calling Iapetus. Come in Iapetus.
      Iapetus calling Betelgeuse. Iapetus calling Betelgeuse. Come in Betelgeuse.
      As Above, So Below.
      As Below, So Above.

  2. goshawks on March 6, 2020 at 7:10 pm

    “Evidence for Large, Anomalous Nuclear Explosions on Mars in the Past”
    by John E. Brandenburg (2015)

    “Evidence of a Massive Thermonuclear Explosion on Mars in the Past, The Cydonian Hypothesis, and Fermi’s Paradox”
    by John E. Brandenburg (2014)

    If we incorporate the above findings into the shape/constitution of Phobos, we get some interesting corroborations. Look at close photos of Phobos. It has a curious, large crater at one end, with mysterious ‘cracks’ running radially along most of the surface from there. Under the MSM view, these two facts are not related. One is a meteor hit; the other is from gravitational ‘stretching’ caused by Mars.

    However, within Brandenburg’s findings of ancient war on Mars, these two facts might be connected. What if Phobos had a base on it, likely both on the surface and burrowed-in? An attacker would use a double-warhead weapon to take-out this base, similar to the (much smaller) double-warhead weapons used to take-out army tanks. One charge is set to explode at or just below the surface, to destroy any surface installations. The other charge is set to burrow deep beneath the surface and explode, destroying bays, tunnels, etc.

    On the photos of Phobos, we have one large crater. Check. The radial ‘cracks’ now make sense as the results of a powerful inner explosion. First, the explosion itself expands the crust, creating cracks. Then, the gases and fine debris from that explosion exhaust through the cracks, creating lots of vents that look like lines of ‘craterlets’. Check. And now, no base…

    The various missions now scheduled for Phobos may or may not find evidence for this ancient base. Most surface features probably became ‘meteors’ on their way down to Mars. Any remaining interior features would take deep drilling. The best chance would be in finding ‘minor’ base structures or defenses, well-away from the (extinct) main base. That’s where I’d look…

  3. Roger on March 6, 2020 at 6:50 pm

    Because of it’s rarity and cost of retrieval I wonder how much that 10g sample will go for on an Ebay auction? Now just got to position myself to get my hands on it before the Japanese in a few years for my retirement,lol.

  4. Nidster - on March 6, 2020 at 2:42 am

    For a good story about Earth’s moon, and the fascination it held in ancient lore then you’ll want to watch a PBS special, “The Mystery of Chaco Canyon”, located in northwest New Mexico [Four Corners area].

  5. Richard on March 5, 2020 at 9:32 pm

    Mars is a good topic of interest. One is still pondering the evidence to date of the magnetic anomalies found on Mars that suggest a crustal shift or displacement. The read outs surrounding those four major mons’ or Olympus Mons, Arsia Mons, Pavonis Mons, and Ascraeus Mons, for instance. Not only are they arranged as if to be deliberate in position, their grid coordinates are striking as if to be aligned with stellar coordinates and periodicity of orbit almost as if in a position of a tripod construction that taps deep beneath the surface. The magnetic signatures of a former surface of these four Mons’ below the current surface show up as if moved in unison at the same time. A crude analogy might be the way volcanic hot spots on Earth leave volcanoes on the surface as the surface crust shifts above the hot spot and / or the hot spot deep down shifts beneath the surface, or both of them shift. Something like how the Hawaiian Island chain is theorized as having been formed.

    One has been futzing around with a hypothesis that there was one singular event (possibly recurring) that magnetically and geologically pulsed from the Sol star that shifted both planets crusts leaving them as they are today. Like most things the devil is in the details of working out the celestial mechanics of when it occurred, where in the orbits of each it occurred, acquiring surface / orbiting data, and understanding the orientation of the Sol system itself, as there might be other planetary clues yet to be found. Like most things, knowing is not necessarily proving when one considers Galilean and Baconian scientific methods – the observation(s) must be demonstrable, measurable, and repeatable. Coaxing the planets and Sol star to perform is far too much like going BANG! with all that has become, Again. Most likely not provable in such a way. In any case, certainly beyond one’s pay grade not that one would deliberately wreck the place again on a stellar scale.

  6. marcos toledo on March 5, 2020 at 7:59 pm

    This brings up the question of why the wait to 1877 to announce the discovery of these moons. And wasn’t the year that an Italian astronomer announce he had seen channels on the surface of Mars.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 5, 2020 at 8:45 pm

      Yes, Marcos.
      Mars is changing at light speed;
      at least, in geological terms.

      Of course, “they” tell us:
      Are you going to believe your eyes; or, us.
      All too soon, all senses will be…
      20th-Worst Century suspect.

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 5, 2020 at 3:06 pm

    Popular Mechanics[politicized, of course]
    like popular Science; hell, all of them

    14th best moon[that far down the artificial moon list?].
    Ah! Greek for fear & trembling/the two mar’s moons.

    Don’t go to mars; it’s occupied.
    Looks like some on Earth don’t want Russia on Phobos?
    Or, is there an extraterrestrial presence?

    Jonathan Swift, my absolute favorite.

    So, does the probe make it?
    Is the info shared?
    Is the info a pre-written narrative?
    Is the real narrative shared?
    Is the real narrative even real; or, has some alien technology compromised even that?
    Or, terrestrial technology?

    And, how the hell did Jonathan get his info?

  8. DanaThomas on March 5, 2020 at 5:01 am

    Getting to Phobos before Mars itself: could it be some sort of border and customs station, perhaps (dare I say it) with a quarantine centre?

    • Robert Barricklow on March 5, 2020 at 8:39 pm

      Loved it Dana!
      Outside the box analyses.

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