Today is an unusual blog in that I'm combining two very different and unrelated stories, but to a purpose, I hope! First, let's deal with the space force, or depending on your lights, space farce.

Let's recall a very basic, and very unusual, chronology. First, we had a U.S. Army general, General Mark Milley, giving a speech to a bunch of cadets, in which said general stated for all the world to hear that the soldiers of the future would have to fight "little green men." (See https://gizadeathstar.com/2016/05/tidbit-us-army-general-fighting-little-green-men/ and https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/12/remember-that-generals-little-green-men-speech/) At the time that story appeared, there were those who said there was no real significance to General Milley's remarks, because "little green men" was US Army code for Russians, given the Russian army's combat camouflage green uniforms. To that I said, and still say, hogwash, because General Milley would have had to be a dunce not to know the wider colloquial reference "little green men" remarks would conjure. Then we had, of course, President Trump's unusual remark that we needed "another space force." Another one? You mean that Gary McKinnon, the UK hacker who claimed to have hacked into the Department of Defense and claimed he saw the names of spaceships and their captains, was true?


Then of course, we had the Trump Administration actually getting its space force from Congress, with all the attendant reshuffling of the command structure. And all of this took place against a backdrop of DARPA's and NASA's "100 year warp drive" project whose goal is to make the USA "warp capable" within a century. That was about 10 or so years ago, so we're at T minus 90   years, and counting. Along the way, we've also seen story after story about asteroid mining, and the massive amount of wealth contained in this or that asteroid, which, lo and behold, had values estimated to be big enough, "coincidentally," to wipe out all that bad toxic derivative paper sloshing around in the financial "system."

Well, while all of that was going on, there was a story that I missed from 2018 that I missed, which G.B. recently shared (a big thank you!). Here it is:

Here's why the Air Force is... spying on other galaxies

Wait a minute... spying on other galaxies?  Yes, you read that correctly, and the details are even more outlandish, and mind you, this time it's not me walking off the end of the twig of high octane speculation, but the U.S. Air Force, this time in the form of US Air Force Lieutenant General  Verralinn Jamieson, who just happens to be the Air Force's Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance. General Jamieson made her remarks in 2018 for a US Air Force Association event. Her remarks:

"I am convinced that there are more domains - man-made domains - that will come, and I would offer you that if we look at galaxies - sounds nuts - but there's going to be a man-made domain in galaxies."

When queried what she meant by this admittedly bizarre and breathtaking remark, General Jamieson responded:

"Space has got different galaxies. And in those galaxies in the future we're going to actually have capability that we have right now in the air. We don't know what it is because we haven't reed our mind to think about what is that space and how we are going to utilize it. Space is contested. It's going to happen."

Now, there are to my mind, three ways to interpret this: (1) General Jamieson has been smoking a rare and potent form of wacky tobbacky, and thus like so many in Swampington DC is utterly out of touch with reality; (2) she knows something by dint of her capacity in intelligence, something she cannot share, perhaps something learned by some sort of "contact"; and/or (3) that "something" might be known by some sort of undisclosed capability to "see into the future."

None of these three alternatives are very reassuring. And as far as the General's remarks are concerned, the article itself points out that we've not yet made it to Mars with a manned expedition, a mere 48 million miles away, while the closest galaxy to us is the Adnromeda galaxy, which is a whopping 2.5 million light years away.

For the moment, however, let's turn to that other story. A few weeks ago there was a story of various drones appearing over Colorado. Many people sent me this story, but at the time I didn't blog about it because not much was known about the story, and there seemed to be weightier stories to blog about. But now the story is gained a little more traction, for according to this article shared by S.H., the U.S. Air Force does not have the slightest clue as to whose drones they are:


Now, in the article itself, it's interesting to note that the government emails state that the FBI is still involved in gathering intelligence about domestic UFO sightings, but much more importantly, the sightings are "not our team", i.e., they do not belong to "us." The question is, does "us" refer simply to the USA? or to humanity in general? More strikingly, the sightings follow a familiar pattern:

In another email, confusion is expressed by an unknown sender who asks their superior if there are any operations ongoing.

“Hey colonel:

Northeastern Colorado is in a tizzy about drone sightings. They all seem clustered in an area that has quite a few Minuteman sites. Do you know if security forces is playing with UASs [unmanned aircraft systems] up there?”

In a third email that question above is answered within the 90th Security Forces Group FOIA release dated January 8, 2020. The group states that the drones are “100000000000% not us.

I’ve seen some articles pointing the finger as us,” the sender writes, “but I can definitely say this is not our team.

In other words, the sightings occurred over nuclear weapons facilities. As the article notes, some discussion was had as to whether the drones were part of base security and defense system tests, and that's entirely possible. However, the article concludes with a press release which, once again, denies that the drone sightings were of anything belonging to the US Air Force.

So, for the sake of argument and our high octane speculation of the day, let's take the emails and the US Air Force at its word, and that the drones were not part of some top secret defense system test unknown to the base commander, and so on.  When one does so, and compares this story to the remarks of Lt. General Jamieson, one gets an unusual parallax, if I may borrow the term: Might the drone events of late 2019 and early 2020 be the types of events that prompted her to make her remarks a year before, in 2018? Whatever one makes of this speculation, it's intriguing to note that the matter of the mysterious drones is surely known to General Jamieson, for according to Wikipedia, she continues to occupy her post of the Air Force's Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance.

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. zendogbreath on March 4, 2020 at 10:35 pm

    I could drone on about this – but I won’t.

    • Richard on March 5, 2020 at 1:06 am

      Heh! Heh! Good one.

  2. Richard on March 4, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    “To know so much yet lack remains. It is this level of ignorance to have dominion over; Choose not ignorance for THAT which IS, is more than the sum of its parts.”

    Bearing true witness, NOT false witness in deception, one can still lack the means of proof and full disclosure as the powers that BE, as above – so below – may choose not to allow physical Gnosticism that another might better discern a series of events gradually through a primeval-shock-reaction. Often, without demonstrable, measurable, and repeatable “proof-i-ness” brought before the corporeal sensory apparatuses of others, one is left with a lengthy, linear, and imprecise language form as the explainer, no matter their usual credibility. Like several generals in recent years or decades ago.

    “The nations of the world will have to unite, for the next war will be an interplanetary war. The nations of the earth must someday make a common front against attack by people from other planets.” ~ General Douglas MacArthur, back on 8Oct1955

    One could suggest that General MacArthur knew better than the fictional character Klaatu who traveled to Earth with Gort who would not accept transgressions from any transgressor. About that group of scientists Klaatu spoke to before departing, . . . . well, . . . that seems ongoing in some ways. It’s possible that such things were known about and discussed since the Cape Girardeau, MO, incident in April 1941, prior to the US entry into WWII. For some of those folks in Europe since the 1930’s.

  3. Pierre on March 4, 2020 at 4:40 pm

    stolen from a commenter around 10 years ago at Les Visibales SmokingMirrors[dot]com.. tagged himself goy george
    ♫Drones on the range
    where the deer and the antelope play….♫

  4. Randy on March 4, 2020 at 3:01 pm

    Did “we” really think nothing would happen …. after “we” bluffed our way thru the latest “tower of Babel” ….moment ? ….really ??? everything is always ….”contested” folks ….everything ! ….always! & “they” …..whoever “they” r ? ….are coming back ? & “we” …..whoever “we” r ? Know it ! & you & i are maybe just maybe? r catch’in. On ? 🙂

  5. Sandygirl on March 4, 2020 at 8:40 am

    A few days ago a “commercial” drone was spotted in Glenwood Springs in Western CO. The newspaper informed us that the drones were bright panets, a few were amateur drones or planes and only two drones sightings could not be explained. The one thing they stressed on the local news stations that the drones weren’t doing anything illegal and people better not shoot them down (At least 10 times) The reporting was so lacking in information. I read somewhere that if drones fly at night they need to get a permit or registered. Nothing to see here.

    • goshawks on March 4, 2020 at 6:12 pm

      MIB Agent Kay: “All right, Beatrice: There was no alien. The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO. Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.”

  6. WalkingDead on March 4, 2020 at 3:26 am

    Basically, until the day the Earth stands still and someone lands in Central Park for all to see, hops out and says take me to your leader, all we have is conjecture, dis\misinformation, and suspect testimony. Do we have advanced craft, probably; can they take us to the Moon and Mars, maybe, but I have serious doubts. Are there inter dimensional, extraterrestrial beings, both good and evil, visiting this planet; of course, the Bible and other ancient texts document them well enough. Are they what they claim to be, who knows? When/if I ever meet one I will decide for myself just what I believe them to be.
    They enjoy playing these mind games and keeping us chasing our tails. It keeps our attention away from the fact that they are robbing us blind and enslaving us all day, every day.

    • goshawks on March 4, 2020 at 5:28 am

      Excellent! I do think that “robbing us blind” and “enslaving us all day, every day” have deeper, metaphysical realities than just this mundane existence…

    • guitardave on March 4, 2020 at 9:55 am

      Hey WD,
      Not to rain on your parade, but my only problem with, ” When/if I ever meet one I will decide for myself” is; what if they’re uber shape-shifting/mind control experts?….with 100x’s the charm of our garden variety psychopaths?
      I only hope that those of us that have worked on listening to the ‘gut’ intuition, will be able to know, and won’t be silenced by the fools that fall for their lies.

  7. zendogbreath on March 3, 2020 at 11:30 pm

    Hmm. “Hey Colonel………..”???

    Um I wonder if these FOIA articles might be um a scam?

    • zendogbreath on March 3, 2020 at 11:35 pm

      Not that folk don’t email each other like that. In the military. Much.

    • zendogbreath on March 3, 2020 at 11:44 pm

      it’s probably a safe bet that we will be given our opinion on these matters when our pay grade warrants it.

      Meanwhile, the trends in tech make such occurrences more likely more often and more interesting. Like when youtubes and live streams of crimes and police interactions started increasing? Due to ? Phones? Dashcams? 4g? Cctv? And now badgecams?

      Tech is changing tactis. Some less ideal cops have learned physical skills that block their badgecam’s view or sound without getting them disciplined 4 violating policy.

      When do we see domestic folk shooting down and/or droning down drones and recording it? Or chasing drones home with their own? Anyone think usaf isn’t already doing it?

  8. Margaret on March 3, 2020 at 10:16 pm

    Drones we call which are actually probes. Northeastern Colorado you have the Air Force Academy & NORAD…. Colorado Springs which is as important as Washington, DC. The Air Force knows exactly who they are & which Galaxy they are from. In August I was in Boston meeting with a professor on this subject. By chance, before I went into the meeting, I took some photos. In four of those photos were crafts & one of which was a. Mothership. When I showed them to the professor, he was not one bit surprised. He pointed out to me the Mothership was above MIT’s secret project facility which goes many floors underground. He then continued explaining to me how the ship got here & how long it travelled. As he said to me, it had to be a very important meeting with important people at that meeting & the Mothership came for that.
    So the Air Force playing dumb to the public… If Harvard & MIT know, then the Air Force knows.

  9. marcos toledo on March 3, 2020 at 7:45 pm

    How advance is the technology are we talking of Dr. Who Time Lords meets Star Trek-Star Wars. As for the drones could that be our old friends NAZI INC paying a visit to the USA for old times sake.

  10. enki-nike on March 3, 2020 at 2:14 pm

    (4) she has traveled through a wormhole

  11. Roger on March 3, 2020 at 12:57 pm

    What if the truth to every question is multiple choice? What if you individually have the power to choose which direction future reality unfolds? But only if you realize and choose to express more power than the divided majority? Perhaps the limbo to all your questions is a reflection of the limbo your consciousness has been lazily caged in?

    • Alex on March 3, 2020 at 7:18 pm

      That’s certainly the case up to a certain extent. And possibly this extent is correlated with the ability to “freed our mind” as Maj. Gen. VeraLinn Jamieson so nicely puts it.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 4, 2020 at 7:04 am

      Superstructures are kept in place, as means to keep the majority divided, as provinces to the empire.

      Stay-behind networks are activated, against anyone thinking otherwise, fighting against the empire.

      With Runes in one hand, and Gospels in the other, Irish missionaries sought game change on the continent.

      A quantified sundial.


  12. Robert Barricklow on March 3, 2020 at 11:59 am

    LOL!/..,space farce
    Of course, Congress comes in to “legalize” what already exists. They have to pass laws to make current & past oligarchical behaviors legal[an in-house legal racket]
    Whose goal is a public space force for bucks & suckers/
    A private space force for in-bred richer-than-God families and/or puppet power movers.
    Got to keep that masonic schizophrenic metric going at warp speed…

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on March 3, 2020 at 8:09 pm

      Spying on other galaxies/Now that’s a gem!
      So, even what can be seen is how many light years ago?
      And, how long would it take to get there; even at light speed? Or, warp 5?
      So, man-made domains[territories?] in galaxies? Does that mean we won the war[thinking positive?] in all those galaxies? Space is contested[owners uncertain?]
      OK, we have an idea of what its going to be; but that’s way too high for your pay grade. Take it on faith, that we’re smoking now; and in the future we’re blazing galactic paths.
      Could be whatever source she has[or, her chain of command] are suspect; and just giving her lie #1, and she tells us lie#2. God know how layered this galactic onion is?

      In & out today
      White Rabbit

      • Robert Barricklow on March 4, 2020 at 1:22 am

        Not made it to mars[publicly, that is].
        Don’t[publicly] know whose drones they are.
        They know; but politically it’s a bombshell!

        Not our team[internationalist vs. nationalist?]
        Extra state?

        • Robert Barricklow on March 4, 2020 at 1:32 am

          [At least it took.]

          Believe it or not; it posted w/o my consent.
          [right after typing AI?]
          Whose on first? I don’t know is pitching.

          Back to reading…

          [drones] Usual suspects: China, Russia, etc., ?

          How about the other private space program; pretending to be green? Checking out possible fake invasion beta test?

          I’m putting my bets on the other secret space program; financed w/trillions secretly?

          I just can’t believe in little green men; that aren’t a version of white men dressed up as Indians?

          Too many fakes in this 21st Century…
          to believe the real McCoy is coming/[home?].

  13. resemblance of me on March 3, 2020 at 9:36 am

    Good day gentle ones, all other nation states would shoot down such drones – especially over sensitive defense sites.

  14. Allcingeye on March 3, 2020 at 8:55 am

    Just an Amazon drone dropping off a rare and potent form of wacky tobbacky for General Jamieson . with so many quad coppers all over the place, strange sightings will be common place soon. One bright led on a quad copter hovering could get all kinds of reports being sent in.

  15. supernumerary on March 3, 2020 at 8:26 am

    At least Jamieson didn’t say that the terribleness and awfulness of those galaxies will never actually be forgotten … 😉

  16. anakephalaiosis on March 3, 2020 at 7:52 am


    Hovering above blooming barrel
    seeking colorful apparel,
    is little green bee
    of industry,
    gathering honey intel.

  17. goshawks on March 3, 2020 at 5:58 am

    “In an official press statement… F.E. Warren Air Force Base released the following statement: ‘We can confirm that the drones spotted in Colorado and Nebraska are not from F.E. Warren Air Force Base and are not affiliated in any way with the United States Air Force.'”

    This kind of weasel-wording could mean that they are from any other service branch, or even from ‘plausible deniability’ private contractors. Means nothing…

    Also, General Jamieson – USAF’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance – is used to lying-through-her-teeth as part of her job. As such, anything she says could be a misdirection or a con-job. Bah…

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