There has been another Sudden Animal Death event, this time with the beaching of hundreds of pilot whales in Tasmania, according to the following article sent along by P.A.I.:

Tragedy in Tasmania: what are pilot whales, and why do they strand themselves?

There is, as one might have guessed, something in this article that caught my eye, an inaccuracy in fact, and it's a significant one. That said, however, it's not the kind of inaccuracy that one can fault either the article, nor the experts it consults, for, because the inaccuracy concerns a very little-known, very obscure fact about World War One that few people indeed know about it. That significant though very obscure thing in its turn may have a direct bearing on the Sudden Animal Death event involving pilot whale beachings in Tasmania, and an earlier event:

Pilot whales are the most susceptible of any of the cetaceans – that’s whales, dolphins and porpoises – to mass strandings.

The five largest stranding events in Tasmania have all involved pilot whales. Australia’s previous biggest stranding event also involved pilot whales – 320 of them got stuck in Western Australia in 1996.

There is no global database of cetacean strandings, but Betty says the 470 at Macquarie Harbour may be the third largest on record.

Still considered to be the biggest was a 1918 stranding of about 1,000 pilot whales at Chatham Islands in New Zealand.

In 2017, about 600 long-finned pilot whales stranded in Golden Bay on New Zealand’s South Island. (Emphasis added)

Note that the largest beaching occurred in 1918, the final year of World War One. Then, almost as if the article anticipates a possible hypothesis that maybe something electromagnetic might be interfering with the pilot whales' echolocation methods of navigating the oceanic depths, a little further on we read this:

The 1918 stranding off New Zealand occurred before sonar or seismic exploration was being used.


But... after the American entry into World War One and after American troops began to arrive in France in early 1918, something had the other two main Western Allied powers baffled: how was it that the commanding officer of the American Expeditionary Force, General John Pershing, was getting his orders from Washington? He clearly was, but how? Note, this means the French and British were monitoring, or at least, attempting to monitor American communications. Yet Pershing appeared to possess some channel of direct communications unknown to them and to their attempts to eavesdrop on the wireless communications of the day. And the Marconi telegraph company was, at that time, largely a British concern. The armies both of the Allied and of the Central Powers were much more like the armies of 1939 than they were the armies of 1914, when the war broke out; telephones and radios and signal detection had become staples of military doctrine and equipment. The British, French, and German armies had all developed large dishes, much like a modern radio telescope dish, for sonic detection and primitive ranging of opposing artillery batteries.

But the AEF and Pershing had something else...

The truth is that the American Expeditionary Force's commander may have had access to a radio technology in a primitive form that would become a staple of post World War Two and Cold War military communications technology: large radio antennae buried in the earth itself for extremely low frequency - long waves - that moved through the Earth itself. Such equipment had been experimented on before the war in America, and had had some success. And a decision was apparently taken very secretly upon American's entry to use the technology to bypass the more well-known radio transmission through the air. The French themselves conducted experiments in 1917 with the technology. This is such an obscure little fact that one has to dig and dig to find it. But here's a start:

An Introduction to the Mysteries of Ground Radio

The bottom line is, people were experimenting with through-the-ground broadcasting systems long before World War One broke out. And that casts a pall of suspicion over the Sudden Animal Deaths of pilot whales in New Zealandin 1918...

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. Marco on October 8, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    Understood that last days also in Philadelphia thousands of birds were falling dead out of the sky.

  2. zendogbreath on October 7, 2020 at 11:49 pm

    Nice catch. Have seen similar connections between emf pollution increases around 1917 and 1918 and the “Spanish” flu of the time. Telegraph lines along the railroad lines that the the flu spread out from in the US and later in the European theatre. Fallacy of the single cause prompts more causes like failed bacterial vaccines, chemical pollution, poor water and food processing and on? If it kills animals wholesale, how could it not injure and/or kill an awful lot of humans even if too slowly for those humans to figure it out.

    BTW, Doc, didn’t you touch on some of the Vatican’s apparent infighting recently?
    Amazing allegations’ surface of allegedly corrupt Vatican officials: Bolt

  3. Robert Barricklow on October 7, 2020 at 8:49 pm

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      • Wlfgang on October 8, 2020 at 6:36 pm

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  4. marcos toledo on October 7, 2020 at 8:08 pm

    This brings up the question could this technology be beyond the capability of the Roman Empire.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 8, 2020 at 3:38 am

      Precisely the point. A Stockholm syndrome is induced by epistemic collapse.

      Unable to navigate, the natural instincts get “beached”, against a Roman shield wall.

      There never was a papal insect of a bureaucrat, that fought with honor.

      “Civilization is enslavement.” – Tacitus.

  5. goshawks on October 7, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    It would be interesting to query the native Australians as to their collective memories on whale beachings. If they occurred before the tech started, it must be due to some other influence. If only afterward, then “Hmmm…”

  6. Richard on October 7, 2020 at 4:18 pm

    Makes one wonder what submarine(s) of their respective Kriegsmarine have so much to talk about underwater. But then what other source(s) of magnetic frequency rearrangements would have been involved in stranding similar cetaceans nearly a century ago. There were Tesla and Marconi and their gizmo gadgets but then timing of usage would be crucial to set up causality. Solar activity and Earth’s fluctuating and weakening magnetosphere should not be ignored, either, when cosmic input is increasing.

  7. Arpit Kanodia on October 7, 2020 at 3:11 pm

    A little bit off topic, just wanted to add about the development of the India-China border dispute, from my sources I got to read about the assessment that presented to the top leadership of PRC. Here it is, I am paraphrasing it, but the essence is the same

    They think Narendra Modi again implementing Forward policy and they got alarmed by it,

    They sent a patrol in Arunachal Pradesh to check on the development of Tawang and got surprised that India built a 20 km long blacktop road from Tawang toward Sela within 25 day period in peak winters of January.

    Also, they suggested this project internally handled and funded by Japnese, including several cargo flights that happened between India & Japan during Sept-Dec 2019 to support the building of this infrastructure. They also suggested Japan given final approval to fully fund the Trans Arunachal Highway (approximately 5 billion dollars), an all-weather road that runs parallel to LAC in Arunachal Pradesh.

    In Ladakh also, they noticed India completing the third route to Leh and ultimately to DBO ( which they claim as there) at a pace of 1-5 km per day. And they shocked to see the development in BARALACHA La tunnel, and they estimate, India complete it by 2022 and able to bring heavy machinery undetected directly from the heartland. And can do massive buildup within the 15 day period which makes the Chinese position over almost the whole LAC as untenable.

    Which ultimately threatens the position of PLA in Galway, DBO, and the southern part of Ladakh.

    Also, they claim India blacktopped 6 ALGs and built 2 new airports near LAC( they did not name it which one) in the last 3 years, to support this forward deployment. And they estimate India can bring IAF and foreign airpower here to forcefully evict the Chinese from LAC. They obviously not named which foreign airpower.

    In the end, they conclude, the main objective of India is to create an advantageous position for a future invasion of Tibet. Or forcing china to accept a border which is not in favor of them, and then going for massive armed forces reforms, and ultimately ending the tensions in the west. I assume they meant Pakistan.

    Further, they believe with current developments of Indians funding in a nuclear submarine, and if Indians succed in ending the tensions in the border, Indian Navy be confident enough in closing the Malacca straits (from there almost all Chinese trade pass through), and ultimately pushing into South China Sea.

    • zendogbreath on October 7, 2020 at 11:55 pm

      That’s alot of asphalt. What country is supplying that. We had a shortfall of asphalt a couple years ago in the US that helped justify an increase in fracking rigs. Shortage got bad enough it changed how roads were patched and how often they were replaced. The patches use much less tar and more gravel. The patches last much less time than the old asphalt patches.

      • Arpit Kanodia on October 8, 2020 at 3:57 am

        I guess india supply to itself. Almost all tar is coming from state of Maharashtra and Gujarat, and 90-95% bitumen is also supplied by Indian companies, rest comes from UAE.

      • Arpit Kanodia on October 8, 2020 at 4:15 am

        India usually build highways at 30 km per day, so I dont think 1-5 km per day is that much high that it cause shortages

        I dont think it’s a problem, problem is the mountains.

        I guess this Nimu-Padam-Darcha road construction to become all weather, it need 7-8 tunnels and 60-80 bridges.

        And then workers working at as high as 15000 feet, you need to acclimatize the workers. Otherwise they start to suffer from hypoxia or hypothermia because temperature going as low as -50 degree celcius.

      • Arpit Kanodia on October 8, 2020 at 4:31 am

        Just to show what it is like in the mountains

        And it is from summer, then one can assume about winters.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 8, 2020 at 3:15 am

      These type of conflicts are ALWAYS fabricated. They are an extension of industrial build-up, with autistic fixation on lines on maps.

      Autistic bureaucrats are ALWAYS the corruptive means, who slavishly kowtow to hidden agenda, running scared of their own shadow.

      In hi-fi systems, the purity of signal is maintained, by removing bottlenecks in the system, for the undistorted signal to shine through.

      “A person of great virtue is like the flowing water.” – Tao Te Ching.

  8. Robert Barricklow on October 7, 2020 at 11:50 am

    … and then “they” come for animal:

    • Robert Barricklow on October 7, 2020 at 12:09 pm

      Was Nikola Tesla’s coil[wifi] information already engineered as a proof of concept?
      Did J.P. Morgan Inc.; pirate Tesla’s technology, to profit from the coming engineered WW1?
      Beached WW1 whales a tell-tale Whale of a Pirate Tale; below which the infamous WW1 was being engineered as a war of profits to break all war profiteering records. Oh! And a war to end all wars profiteering slogan? WW1; all about profit, money & power. A proof of concept long established: war profiteering.
      So much so; that to this day, false flags have became a given?

      • Robert Barricklow on October 7, 2020 at 12:20 pm

        Do the profits and power being derived from the coming deluge of mankind swimming in EMF’s, justify the coming deaths and misery of millions – all because of the less than one percent of one percent EMF profiteering?

        YES! It’s worth it!

        And, of course, “they” speak for us?

        For our safety, of course!

        After all,
        “We” gave up a little security, for corona184 virus safety?

        What can go wrong when the people give up a little of their freedoms for a little more security?

        • FiatLux on October 8, 2020 at 6:26 am

          Those at the top aren’t going to let some death and misery be an obstacle to their profit and power. After all, why would a person own herds of cattle, if not for profit? And who could own herds of cattle without the power to control them? Plus, just imagine how CO2 emissions would be cut if half the herd were culled! (We’re talking about psychopaths and sociopaths at the top, obviously.)

  9. anakephalaiosis on October 7, 2020 at 5:46 am


    Pope Nero-Caligula has an octopus radar,
    that disturbs my whale fish sonar,
    and Stockholm syndrome
    from papal dome,
    is a major biological hazard.

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