There is a very strange, and very short, article and update about the snapped cable at the Arecibo radio telescope that has sidelined that facility for the foreseeable future until repairs can be effected. This little update may not amount to much, but when N. shared it, I thought it important enough to pass along, since I've entertained the speculation that this incident may have been the result of deliberate sabotage. (See https://gizadeathstar.com/2020/08/cable-breaks-at-arecibos-giant-radio-telescope-causing-severe-damage/).

In that previous blog I pointed out that the pictures of the severed cable appear to be more or less a clean "cut". That "clean cut" now appears to be the focus of an investigation, or rather, an implied investigation:


There's not much here in this article to suggest sabotage, except the following, accompanied by a close up picture of that severed cable:

The cable that snapped was supposed to last at least another 15 to 20 years and appears to have been fused at the break by an extreme source of heat or energy. (Emphasis added)

And that is the extent of the article. There's not a source cited, there's no argument to the conclusion of "an extreme source of heat or energy" being the cause of the cable failure, nor any rumination on what that conclusion might mean for the three crucial questions: (1) who had the means to sever a cable in that fashion, (2) who had the opportunity to use it, and (3) who had the motive to do so, i.e., the all-important question of why it was done.

Thus far, there's been no indication of an answer to any of those three questions. But let's assume that the assertion in the article is true, and that the cable failure was due to an "extreme source of heat or energy." Given the nature of the break and where it occurs, it would appear that the break occurs nowhere near a place of easy close human access to the cable. I may be wrong here, as thus far no story to my knowledge has presented an actual diagram of where the break did occur. Thus, we can rule out a human with a diamond-tipped chain saw sawing the cable apart: a risky procedure in any case, especially since it would increase the risk of discovery. So we're left with someone nearby with the requisite means to severe the cable remotely by means of "extreme heat or energy." Pursuing the implications of this line of speculation a bit further, if such a mechanism was involved in the cable failure, it makes it unlikely that the sabotage - if that's what it is - was performed by a "disgruntled employee."

One obvious thing that comes to mind are military grade lasers or masers, and that narrows the circle of "who" quite considerably, to those with access to such equipment and the training to use it: the military, certain corporations, and so on. The opportunity component would be based upon how close they would have to be to use it. It is possible that they might not have to have access to the facility but that raises the issue of the topography of its surrounding environment, and whether there are vantage points for such an operation to be possible. This I simply do not know as I'm not familiar with the telescope's environment.

If we're going to entertain this speculation, for me, the central question is the third question: why? What was the motivation or objective? I suggest that that is implied by the result: the telescope is currently non-functional. The goal was to "blind" it. And that implies yet another "why" question. Why would anyone want to blind a telescope, unless the objective were to prevent it from seeing (or in this case, possibly hearing) something?

The question is, what?

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. Hadji Gegenraum on September 16, 2020 at 10:40 am

    A link from Sorcha Faal on the issue….a doozy of a whopper…


  2. Loxie Lou Davie on September 2, 2020 at 11:25 am

    As I noted in my comment yesterday, rocks HAVE been falling to Earth!! If one hits your house, that is not a psyop, is it?!!! 😉

    For anyone wishing to see a photo of the “system” heading our way & maybe pushing asteroids towards us, check out Scott C’one’s work. He would be one of the amateur astronomers spoken of.

    Shepard Ambellas of Intelliub has also been on top of things since this Scamdemic began. One needs to look at all areas of interpretation to TRY & figure out what we are headed into!!

    • zendogbreath on September 3, 2020 at 1:50 am

      Depends on who throws the rocks? Is this what you meant?

      The Shepard Ambellas Show #48: Asteroid with special guest John Cullen


    • goshawks on September 3, 2020 at 4:07 am

      LLD, this might also trigger involvement by any alien species concerned about Earth. (Earth is probably a cosmic jewel. Great mixture of land and water, and an abundant DNA bank.) Where does any “Prime Directive” (non-interference) lapse, when the indigenous species starts to use ‘inherited’ alien tech to direct asteroids for geopolitical purposes? For all we know, there could be ongoing ‘dog fights’ in deep space right now over the future of Earth…

      • goshawks on September 3, 2020 at 4:10 am

        And this could tie-in with the ‘covid’ closure of telescopes…

  3. anakephalaiosis on September 2, 2020 at 3:32 am

    California dreaming!

    E. Raymond Capt makes a convincing argument, that the pyramid is an altar to the biblical deity [Isaiah 19:19]. The significance of the pyramid is, that it incorporates both 4-point and 8-point compasses.

    That leads to the conclusion, that Elohim & Yahweh are aspects of a deified compass clock, a sundial gyroscope, a spiral stairway to heaven, aka Jacob’s Ladder. -> The spinning time axis!

    That surfaces a “race” deity, defining the RACE around the clock as orbital time, cyclical spin, and rebirth within bloodline. It is science of reincarnation geometry, in kingdom og heaven!

    Shine a light on a hill, speaketh the Lord.


  4. zendogbreath on September 2, 2020 at 2:22 am

    I thought in the last post on Aricebo, the consensus was that the binding around that end of the cable slipped its connector. And that also we all noticed how most if not all telescopes are currently blind – at least to the public.

  5. zendogbreath on September 2, 2020 at 1:47 am

    https://www.bitc hute.com/video/aMOaDaHUG7sq/
    Brendon O’Connell sent this out today. Wonder if he reads Doc’s books.

    • zendogbreath on September 2, 2020 at 2:30 am

      And now for a little balance:
      https://www.bit chute.com/video/wm1iMUF8IxWN/?list=notifications&randomize=false

  6. rootslion on September 2, 2020 at 1:03 am

    if the cable was “cut” it could have just been advanced “det cord” of some sort… if however the cable strands were not splayed out correctly into the “plug” then quite possible the plug was melted from afar by a DEW and it simply pulled loose .. still leaves the q why tho and by who … plenty we still dont know about our path round the cosmos and effects of whatever we travell through on our regular cycle… perhaps someone somewhere knows things we dont and they dont need us to “see” time will tell

    • Joseph P. Farrell on September 5, 2020 at 6:04 am

      Thanks for reminding me (and the rest of us) of this possibility. Frankly, I had TOTALLY forgotten about it. If a cord was used, it could have been done, perhaps, under the cover of “routine” maintenance. The only difficulties I can see with it are (1) that implies and inside job, at least to the extent someone was infiltrated into the maintenance staff, and that runs exposure risk if indeed that was more than just an angry employee scenario, and (2) we still do not know exactly where that break occurred, was in in a easily accessible place, or not, and if the latter, it increases the risk associated with alternative one, except in one respect it does not if the break occurred at a relatively inaccessible place, where the cord may not have been noticed. Placing a cord in such a place would seem to increase risk of discovery during actual placement, but once placed, decrease the risk of discovery.

  7. chromolady on September 2, 2020 at 12:19 am

    Remember also that recently a number of telescopes were shut down as a result of the plandemic. Perhaps we will see more radio telescopes coming offline because of snapped cables or other such mishaps. Then again, with all the satellites going up for 5G maybe there is more to that story that they want to keep in the dark. Just sayin’

    • FiatLux on September 2, 2020 at 7:58 am

      Same thoughts here about all those 5G satellites they’re racing to put in orbit–maybe that’s one of the things that somebody doesn’t want somebody to see.

  8. anakephalaiosis on September 1, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    There is a symbolic aspect, to attempting to bring heaven to halt, by stopping the rotating hakenkreuz, and placing kingdom of heaven into lockdown.

    Biblical Genesis is astronomical observation, in creating a cosmos, by four rivers of sun cross, navigating in time and space, by sundial compass.

    That defines God, as deified principle in astronomy, the spinning time axis. Papacy has instinctual hatred of the very principle, that it poses to represent.

    Burning cathedrals, and sabotaging observatories, is the same papal plot, against Ryne-Stafas of sundial.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 1, 2020 at 7:19 pm


      Pope Nero-Caligula, in madness of luna,
      is creating a new religion Corona,
      featuring upgraded devilry
      of viral invisibility,
      to rule as Caesar Bugsy Babylona.


    • BlueWren on September 2, 2020 at 9:39 pm

      Good point! If we can’t observe the heavens, we cannot co-create them with God. Time to dream them into being. De-calcify your pineal glands everyone. Our natural DMT is much required to continue creating our good world. Watch what you ingest. If greenmedinfo has been taken down, it’s a sign Sayer Ji is telling some unwelcomed truths.

  9. goshawks on September 1, 2020 at 6:56 pm

    I suspect this is much ado about nothing. From the originally-cited article on 8/18, “…the cable failed. It was one of several auxiliary cables that were added to the observatory in the 1990s to help support a new addition to the telescope, called the Gregorian dome, which houses an antenna receiver on the platform.” So, it was a later addition, not from the original construction.

    The close-up photo of that severed cable in today’s cited article is the same photo as in the original article, just cropped closer for effect. What happened is revealed by SpaceNews and ArsTechnica articles:
    “Johnson said that the cable, about 7.5 centimeters in diameter, did not itself snap. Instead, the cable came out of its socket on one of three support towers surrounding the dish.” (my italics)
    chriskrum – Aug 15, 2020 9:14 AM
    “The failure mode is alarming. The cable pulled out of its socket–it didn’t snap–it pulled out of the molten metal plug that’s poured over the separated cables inside a steel anchor bell.” (my italics)
    (The ‘molten metal plug’ area is what looks all shiny and molten towards the end of the cable in the photo.)

    Looking at the original photo, it appears that the strands of that cable were unwound before inserting into the plug, but were never spread-out. They stayed as a column. Molten metal was just poured-in.

    I found drawings from a bridge cable-anchorage which showed that those unwound cable-strands were splayed-out within the future plug. The strands were in an expanding cone, which sat within a wedge-shaped ‘socket’. This was to keep the strands from being able to pull-out as a unit. They could individually break, but they could not pull-out as a unit.
    www . loc . gov/resource/hhh.ca1352.sheet/?sp=11

    So, rather than sabotage or exotic weaponry, it appears that poor design was the culprit…

    • WalkingDead on September 1, 2020 at 8:24 pm

      I am in agreement with that argument. Random failures do occur even in the best designed systems. These can be attributed to poor design of a critical piece part, wear, age, over stress, thermal cycling, or any of many other failure mechanisms. Sometimes things just break for no apparent reason.
      I’m still curious as to why all the other observatories have been closed due to “covid” though.

    • rootslion on September 2, 2020 at 12:53 am

      plausable but needs further evidence

    • zendogbreath on September 2, 2020 at 2:29 am

      That’s what I thought we discussed. Now it gets me thinking, imagine how many times humans could have gotten killed by that thing. Wonder what engineering firm was involved in that. Sounds like Halliburton’s kind of work.

  10. Kaibosch on September 1, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Its been zapped! The war against humanity is going on at every level.

  11. Marco on September 1, 2020 at 2:53 pm

    Instead of a militairy Laser, I suspect that the technology also allows a militairy Saser to do the clean cut. Saser thus working on soundwaves, the source of energy also used for monolitic buildings from ancient civilizations?

  12. Robert Barricklow on September 1, 2020 at 12:03 pm

    Silver or lead.
    Will the “eyes” & “ears” see no evil & hear no evil?
    Therefore speak no evil?
    Or, does their corpus collosum need to be cut?
    Or, are they part of the NWO and loaded w/silver?

    Something wicked comes this way?
    Perhaps many wicked asteroids?
    [will they be assisted?]
    Will some be illusions/myths that can’t
    be seen, nor heard, to be “myth busted”.
    [Holographic/Illusions x pyrotechnic illusions, w/on-the-ground Hollywooded special effects.]
    The explosions are in-place waiting for from-the-skies scheduled arrivals[via silver-lined press choirs and special silvered eyes and silvered ears]?

    An encore 9/11 presentation?

  13. Roger on September 1, 2020 at 11:42 am

    The only potential natural explanation I can think of would be some sort of lightening strike. Could be these observatories are not only spying at the stars but the US defense activities as well. Perhaps this one wasn’t really completely shut down and someone needed to make sure it truely was for a certain window of time like the rest.

  14. Carolyn on September 1, 2020 at 11:30 am

    Blinding the Arecibo Observatory would preclude seeing the asteroid debris belt through which we are apparently passing and not allowing the public at large to know what is happening.

  15. WalkingDead on September 1, 2020 at 9:45 am

    Tie this in with the “covid” closure of approximately 100 other astronomical observatories, according to one article I’ve read, and one has to wonder if this isn’t to control a certain narrative through the remaining operating facilities. We’re in the “dangerous asteroid” section of Von Braun’s prophecy now. Are they going to ramp that up with “disclosure” and a simulated “alien invasion” next?
    Now that they have a significant portion of the population totally confused over whether or not this is a “Scam” or “pan” demic and are cashing in on the tyranny, will they ramp it up with even more fear porn of apocalyptic asteroids and little green men?
    What, if anything at all, is coming?
    They have no control over the amateur sky watchers out there, but their range is limited to optical instruments. So the card they may be desiring to play would have to be a long distance one.
    We can always count on that paragon of virtue, the Vatican, and their Lucifer observatory, right?

    • zendogbreath on September 2, 2020 at 2:25 am

      And Billious Gates’ Luciferase magic ink tattoos that track and trace with complete medical and financial records.

    • FiatLux on September 2, 2020 at 8:27 am

      I’ve got a funny feeling the whatever-it-is-demic and financial collapse aren’t the only things they’re planning to roll out. They’ve got humanity pinned down and punch-drunk. What better time to hit us with all they’ve got? Including asteroid apocalypse ultra-hysteria (no telescopes = who can tell if they’re lying) and fake alien invasions. The imminent-extinction-from-climate-change psyop hasn’t worked too well, and they need something to ram through the global fascist state they’ve dreamt of for so long.

      • zendogbreath on September 3, 2020 at 1:18 am

        Agenda 21 lists the goals.

  16. anakephalaiosis on September 1, 2020 at 5:53 am

    Science does not always apply, to political lockdown – and in this case a religious lockdown. Papacy seeks to return to the Middle Age narrative of counting angels on pinheads.

    There are six million reasons for that. If one cannot sell “victimology”, because one’s pants are on fire, then mafia seeks to cut cables of infrastructure, to put out the lights.

    They think in terms of switching off the Christmas tree, to cancel Christmas, half way through the dark. It is pure desperation, by stupidity.

    Pope Nero-Caligula is in panic.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 1, 2020 at 5:55 am


      Saxon river stream is race runner, 
      in whom God flows wild river, 
      that springeth forth
      out of earth, 
      in quest for deep water.


      Pope Nero-Caligula is a creepy thing,
      inside Saxon corpse feasting,
      and the nasty termite
      with an appetite,
      is in total fear of starving.


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