Here's a short article that was shared by E.G.(thank you!) that grabbed my attention and immediately set my high octane suspicion motor in overdrive. It's a story I've seen before, and even commented on before, but there's a new urgency to it:

The US Plans To Deliver Weapons Anywhere On Earth In 1 Hour

The headline of the article pretty much sums it up, and the article is so short that it's worth citing the whole thing with but a few omissions:

The United States military wants to be able to deliver massive amounts of advanced weaponry and military cargo to any location across the globe in less than one hour.

The Department of Defense announced this week it is teaming up with Elon Musk's SpaceX in order to develop a rocket capable of traveling 7,500 miles per hour, but which can simultaneously transport 80 tons of cargo.

“Think about moving the equivalent of a C-17 payload anywhere on the globe in less than an hour,” General Stephen Lyons, head of US Transportation Command, said in a virtual defense conference this week. “I can tell you SpaceX is moving very, very rapidly in this area. I’m really excited about the team that’s working with SpaceX.”

This would essentially involve aircraft which is capable of hauling military cargo through orbit, further with hardware the size of tanks aboard.

The example being widely cited is that while currently the fastest large military transport plane would complete a 7,652-mile journey from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to Bagram airbase in Afghanistan in 15 hours, the new SpaceX planned system could be capable of accomplishing it merely one hour.


Meanwhile, Gen. Lyons touted that a “proof of principle” test could be unveiled to the world as soon as next year, though clearly such an ambitious technological innovation is likely decades away from being realized and put into operation.

Should such a technology become operational, it would likely fall under the domain of Trump's recently establish Space Force, the DoD's sixth military branch to be established.

OK... color me suspicious at many levels, not the least of which is that as far as I'm aware, this article is the first time that such a concept has been mentioned in connection with "Space Force.  We'll call the concept "Logistical Operations By STrategic Expeditionary Rocket" (LOBSTER... you know how the military loves its silly acronyms, so in that spirit I offer LOBSTER as a candidate for the acronym-soon-to-be-adopted.)  We'll get back to that too, because it's one of those things that has my mind running in high octane speculation overdrive.

But first, ponder what the capability of dropping eighty tons of supplies by rocket anywhere on the surface of this planet means; it means quite simply that the U.S. military is not retreating from its "full spectrum dominance" tack of recent years. Add this type of LOBSTER to the 5G sauce and you get PANIC (Procedural Amplitudes for Nullification of Intelligent Combatants) and APOCALIPSE (Armed Projectiles Of Considerable Annihilation Launched Into Projective Spaces of the Enemy). It implies the capability of launching and dropping not only supplies, but troops anywhere in the world, an insertion capability that rather boggles the mind, and which lends a whole new twist to operational planning and decisions.

If LOBSTER-like capabilities for PANIC and APOCALIPSE are not enough, I rather suspect that there's something else besides LOBSTERs lurking beneath the surface here. According to the article, we're being told that the first proof-of-concept tests will be conducted perhaps as early as next year. I rather suspect, however, that we've already had those tests, in secret. And it's anyone's guess as to how far or successful they may have been, except that the announcement of an upcoming test suggests that they were successful, and thus the upcoming test is not a test per se, but a message. Additionally, the capability implies something else: if one's "supply lines" are now running through space itself, not rail lines or roads or sea lanes or even air drops, then those supply lines will have to be protected from potential interdiction, and that means once again the weaponization of space. Add mobility to the capability of your LOBSTERs and interdiction of logistical launch facilities and capabilities becomes even more problematic.  The bottom line: I suspect the capability already exists and is further along than the Pentagram is publicly willing to admit.

It's that mention of Space Force in connection to LOBSTERs, however, that really raised my high octane suspicions. What if this capability is not designed simplyor exclusively for terrestrial use? Recently NASA announced that it was contracting with private firms to "go get some more Moon rocks and bring them back here," a fact which would imply the ability for precision point insertion, recovery and retrieval, and return. I have to wonder, therefore, if the capability is being (or has been) developed for extra-terrestrial troop insertion and logistical support. If that sounds rather fanciful, to be sure, it is. But we've heard hints in recent years that something like this may already exist. Remember Gary McKinnon, the British computer hacker who by his own statements allegedly hacked into US Department of Defense files and supposedly discovered the existence of a "secret space fleet", complete with ship names and their captains? Perhaps it was a very clever disinformation effort, and I wouldn't rule it out of the question. But then, during the internet fracas that developed around Mr. McKinnon and US efforts to have him extradited from the UK to stand trial in the USA, people began to point out that President Reagan himself, whose preoccupations with alien threats and his Strategic Defense Initiative are well known, mentioned in his memoirs that the USA had back then a personnel space lift capability of 300 persons, well beyond the limitations of the publicly known space shuttle personnel capability of that time. Again, could it have been deliberate disinformation? Certainly. And  it may also have been the truth, and frankly, I lean towards the latter.

And that brings us to the matter of rockets. I've said it before and I'll say it again: chemical rockets are a notoriously cumbersome and inefficient way to "go out there" and to sustain permanent human bases on the Moon or elsewhere, and they're simply not up to the job of "mining asteroids". So the "public reveal" of a "test" of such rockets for LOBSTER capabilities may indeed be a cover for capabilities of a more exotic kind. Again, that idea seems fanciful, except that the military has already undertaken such studies:


And then there's the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Project Agency's (DARPA) plan to have the USA be warp capable in a century and NASA's own studies in the area being shepherded by Dr. Harold "Sonny" White...

And then there was Mr. Trump's announcement of the Space Force with the peculiar wording of our need for another such force...

...wait a minute... another Space Force? You mean, we already had one?

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. Scot Cottage on October 15, 2020 at 11:49 am

    Hat Tip to an early fuel air experimenter and possibly the original lobster boy – See picture w/Gerda towards end .. Strangely article omits his work done in the fifties for the Glen L. Martin Co. & published by the Gravity Research Foundation / now the golden shared Lockheed Martin

    The preface by Helmut Goeckel to Heim’s first paper in the series of four articles published by Magazine for Missiles indicated various aerospace and ordnance companies had made several attempts to kidnap him. Subsequently, the remainder of his life was devoted to refining the unified field attributes of his theory.

  2. Loxie Lou Davie on October 13, 2020 at 9:06 am

    What an interesting “show” this is to watch play out!!! IMO, whoever is in control of the Biggest Toys….wins!! 😉

    What’s this about Killery wanting to get ahold of Gilgamesh’s “eternity machine”??? No wonder the M. East is always in the Middle of Things!!!

    Apparently, all we can do is pray for the Light Side!!

  3. zendogbreath on October 13, 2020 at 12:02 am

  4. marcos toledo on October 12, 2020 at 7:49 pm

    The real story is SpaceX is now officially to quote Edward Elric a dog of the military. Like NASA and the other so-called private space companies.

  5. goshawks on October 12, 2020 at 7:25 pm

    (I’m going to stay out of the ‘exotic propulsion’ area for my response…)

    The cited article sounds overwhelmingly like the military has ‘discovered’ SpaceX’s Starship program. Starship is a reusable rocket which is ostensibly being developed as part of Musk’s “colonization of Mars” push. (Starship is the upper stage for a two-stage, fully-reusable rocket. The first stage – a monster – is called SuperHeavy.)

    Musk has publicly announced that a single-stage Starship variant could be used for Point-to-Point (P2P) passenger travel around the world – with a huge ‘payload’. New York to Singapore in an hour. Obviously, a P2P Starship variant could be used (as could SpaceX’s Starlink internet-in-the-sky) as a dual-purpose device – civilian and military.

    ArsTechnica has discussed this ‘ability’ of Starship in many comments. The consensus is that it would be too slow and vulnerable for active-warfare purposes. By too slow, they mean that a military Starship would be seen fueling (it has cryogenic liquid propellents), the word would be relayed by spies, and a ‘preparation’ would be made for its arrival. By vulnerable, they mean that it would be too easy to disable it on the ground if it lands anywhere close to front lines. Then, an enemy could overrun it and – voilà – your state-of-the-art rocket engines are on their way to Moscow or Bejing. If you land a hundred miles away from the front lines, you then have to re-transport your troops/supplies to the front. Good, but not timely…

    (There is also the unfortunate reality that a Starship looks like an ICBM to radar. You would have to alert Moscow & Co. to the launch or risk starting WWIII. This warning, of course, would be ‘forwarded’…)

    My guess is that a Starship variant prepared for ‘military’ P2P travel would be used for bug-out purposes by the PTB. Say, near Washington DC to New Zealand, or near New York City to Argentina. Or, if you were using it for break-out purposes, you could position ‘shield generators’ or some other high-tech devices around the world in hours – just in case unfriendly folk were seen entering the Solar System.

    Or, if Munk were actually serious about going to Mars, he could take the military’s money and thoughtfully apply it to further his Starship/SuperHeavy program…

  6. Laura on October 12, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    This commercial capability promises to be a MAD MAMA.

    Mobile Armory Deployment for Mission Achievement with Maximum Accuracy

  7. FiatLux on October 12, 2020 at 6:52 pm

    I’m not buying for a minute that any such tech is primarily or solely for delivering stuff to the surface of the Earth…

  8. White Lily on October 12, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    Wait…all this disclosure leaves me gobsmacked. Where’s my flying car and when do my Jedi training classes begin? Where does all this high tech war mongering fit into the future of human evolution? Oh yeah… It doesn’t… Now I get it. Mere mortal carbon based humanoid life forms are not part of this new equasion. Why do suddenly feel even more like a helpless member of an endangered species?

  9. Richard on October 12, 2020 at 3:13 pm

    Heavy lifting cargo contents of a C-17 in the time suggested is impressive. Making the load much lighter, say, temporarily negating gravitational effects seems reasonable when the boast a few years ago was that a certain WE had the means to take ET home. Also, very suggestive, if not instructive. Moving cargo seems less complicated.

    Maneuvering similar contents onto a presumed quantum transporter arrangement or transporter device that said cargo might also make the journey under an hour provided those WE characters have a handle on navigating this theorized planetary space / time accurately. There’s an awful lot of movement to permutate within, in one piece, without losing matter and energy integrity of moved cargo. It seems the more simplified it is the more efficient it will be.

    The Others may have provided demonstration but that “How To,” the proof-i-ness of concept, seems another condition in over all development to be obtained. There’s the potential that there’s only so many space forces to fill an assumed void before they’re in each other’s way without regulation.

    Containers the size of rockets might have the capacity to double as a destination storage unit or reusable shelter if they land safely. Landing rockets has been demonstrated.

  10. Kevin Ryan on October 12, 2020 at 3:09 pm

    At first I thought Domino’s Pizza and Amazon were teaming up for weapons delivery in under an hour. This is the second announcement in a week about the DOD throwing more money at rocket technology for space/moon projects. Still pretending we live in a world of horse-and-buggy technology, as if that’s our top drawer stuff, and not acknowledging Alien Reproduction Vehicles. So what this boils down to is a cover story for spending tons of taxpayer money paid to private corporations for tech to further the grip of world domination by whoever is controlling the tech. And if the top drawer tech is cloaked in black projects and unacknowledged special access programs, it’s not controlled by “We the People.” This is another Space Farce.

  11. Scot Cottage on October 12, 2020 at 12:50 pm

  12. DanaThomas on October 12, 2020 at 12:14 pm

    If it can fly, couldn’t it be shot down or deviated?
    If it is “teleporting”, couldn’t a bit of mirroring “deflect” it? In Feng Shui, you put mirrors facing outwards from your home to deflect “sha”, bad energy.

  13. Robert Barricklow on October 12, 2020 at 11:50 am

    Clearly such technical prowess id decades away … from disclosure.
    And, as I’ve written before[or implied]; these militaries capabilities require a heavy operational presence of AI.
    Perhaps even completely autonomous?
    Who has become the tool in the NWO military?

    Perhaps an announcement of the New Sheriff in Space is backed by force. A prelude to the Space Force motto: Might Makes Right!
    Like the covid1984 op; it is what it is because ” say we” so!
    [CDC & other international technocrats]

    A lot has moved “underground”; information, science, finance, technology, GRIN; metaphorically, literally, and figuratively.
    All effectively and separately stove-piped?
    The NWO will secret so many ropes; that eventually hang them.

  14. Robert Barricklow on October 12, 2020 at 11:18 am

    Is it even a “rocket”? [implication: chemical fuel]?
    In SpaceX; do “we” have another google, amazon, Facebook, where the ownership is hidden behind the so-called common ownership of fascists? In other words: CIA, and other intelligence agencies[more private than public]
    ]Funny you should mention LOBSTER. just before sitting down my wife said she was getting me a Lobster special for lunch. I haven’t had lobster in decades. Serendipity?]
    Yes. The Full Spectrum Dominance is alive and well. Just ask yourself about it and a voice in your skull will confirm it for you.

    White Rabbit

  15. Roger on October 12, 2020 at 11:02 am

    Potential pay loads of autonomous killer drones, chemical weapons, or a multitude of nuclear bombs would make this capability scary indeed. If all sides are controlled by titled bankers who desire to be the world’s God King over the whole Earth, and all sides build such, who do you think the real targets are?

  16. OrigensChild on October 12, 2020 at 10:28 am

    IMOHA: We have to consider both of these space programs will be very cloudy in the very near future. By that, I don’t mean the weather. One may well already be obscured by clouds. That economic system would be off the books and possibly digital. The public one will soon be made public through digital currencies. The “dark” cloud will be vampyric through taxation schemes…

  17. Kaibosch on October 12, 2020 at 10:11 am

    Reminds me of the DoD report “Owning the Weather: 2025” that was published in 1996 by USAF.Still online somewhere. They wouldn’t announce this development unless it was pretty much operational. It’ll put the wind up Chinwah and the other factions vying for dominance.
    This whole new Space race thing gets more bizarre with each improbable twist and turn. Cue the guy stroking the fluffy white cat on his knee declaring “Of course I expect you to die Mr Bond!! Bwah ha ha!!”

    • Robert Barricklow on October 12, 2020 at 12:01 pm

      Your talking about the old conservative James Bond.
      Not the new Twentieth-Worst-Century black woman Bond [rumor]?

      Yes, not even Bond can escape from “them”.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 12, 2020 at 12:02 pm

        Technically, he’s property.

        • Robert Barricklow on October 12, 2020 at 12:05 pm

          … and quite frankly, it’s looking that way for all of us.

          • Kaibosch on October 12, 2020 at 1:46 pm

            Nothing like positive thinking.

            And that’s nothing like positive thinking.

          • poronkusema on October 12, 2020 at 3:14 pm

            Yup… Conejo Blanco with lobsta roll:
            Fort was right all along. Which, what owner(s)? ….. and which, what owns what and who??? or think they do…..we keep on wonderin’ … who on first?

          • poronkusema on October 12, 2020 at 3:15 pm

            What’s on first? more like it……

  18. anakephalaiosis on October 12, 2020 at 5:32 am


    Pope Nero-Caligula, the tasteless,
    seeks to travel weightless,
    with movie stars
    on Mars,
    by pedophile express.


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