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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. Robert Barricklow on October 25, 2020 at 11:55 am

    Will Operation GLADIO …
    be in full force, on the full moon night, of Halloween?
    Numerology is interesting.
    But any excuse will do; as will any time.
    For they know no shame; nor have no morals.
    These soldiers of the 20th-Worst Technocratic Future..

  2. Richard on October 19, 2020 at 6:28 am

    Thinking about how history written is not quite how it was and how genes seem to be turning up in unexpected places, one has been following Scott Wolter, a forensic geologist, on his quest. It revolves around ancient sites within “America,” afforded by the History channel.

    The latest investigation involves the potential of ancient Viking runes and relics found in Canada and as far south as Heavener, Oklahoma, thought to be an ancient Viking settlement. It’s part of Heavener Runestone Park now.

    The Runes were documented back in the 1830’s which were revealed by the then Choctaw Native Tribes of the area. The Rune carvings match the rock they were carved into where color, texture, and weathering profile are not different (they are not likely modern carvings as a hoax, i.e., the surface of the rock and the groves match for long age). The Runes match the same period dating back to the Norse / Viking medieval alphabet in use. The language, the Runes, and the geology remain consistent of a Viking age presence. Even the waterways seem favorable for the Viking long boats to have made it to Heavener. The Vikings were a tuff lot, in no uncertain terms, and suited to travel. Their boats of shallow drafts were made for easy river sailing as much as durable sea worthy long boats.

    The stone they were carved on dates back further according to forensic evidence. It also suggests that the Vikings were well into what is now the United States more than 1,000 years ago. Historically quite significant as well as geographically if that land claim were to be enforced by today’s standards involving claims of real-estate.

    As was typical of Smithsonian Institute dismissal of the time and even now, they shrugged them off when presented to them for further analysis saying they were probably of a local Scandinavian who migrated over from Norway. The Runes indicate the phrase “Glome Dal,” which is Glome Valley. Glome is actually a formal name of a Viking explorer dating back to the 9th Century according to Wolter. If further investigations and evidence checkout it could be a land claim by that early Viking explorer named Glome if one and the same connection is valid.

    Started out checking into Himmler, the Nazis, Keltischer Kessel (Celtic Cauldron) otherwise known as the Chiemsee Cauldron (10 ½ kilos or just over 23 pounds of gold or around 368 ounces or so), and one first lieutenant in the German SS, Walter Heck, and their near obsession with Ancient Runes which might have been where the “SS” of Schutzstaffel might have been partly derived in 1929. It seems there’s quite an etiological reference to that Runic jagged double S (“sig” rune) that involves lightning, abrupt electrical power, and the sharp edge of Germanic disposition that that SS was re-characterized with off-set bold lines (a jagged double s) suggesting the double “S” but with a mystical suggestion imposed into it from what they declared to be of an original Germanic script. Oddly enough there is an indication that it had a Semitic origin in as much as the symbol was meant to unite Heinrich Himmler’s “Black Order.” Go figure, the irony of ironies.

    Somehow, one ended up in Oklahoma chasing Runes of Vikings and their explorations into the far west in places called Helluland, Markland, and Vinland. Always had a fascination with Viking history and lore. It’s in the Keltisch / Scandinavian blood, a gift from one’s dear Irish Mother.

    • goshawks on October 19, 2020 at 1:22 am

      Also interesting:
      “Do you really think Hunter Biden just left a laptop full of incriminating evidence at a Delaware repair shop? Really? Or do you think it’s more plausible that’s a convenient cover story for a counter-coup from within the intelligence and/or law enforcement branches of the government?”

    • goshawks on October 19, 2020 at 2:08 pm

      Even further interesting:
      “Outside of the blackmail setups they have on people, there is obviously a secondary system that puts things in check to save the deep state. This got activated over the week end, as far as I can perceive.

      Nothing meaningful is going to happen with Biden until after the election gets scammed. Then, they’ll remove Biden and put Kamala in, the way they had planned to begin with. There will be a giant media circus saying ‘OMG, How Horrible! But too late: You voted for him, and Kamala is now the president.'”

      (The above would make the “laptop full of incriminating evidence” part of the PTB’s plan. “Elect” Biden, and then promptly remove him for corruption. No controversial ‘onset dementia’ for removal is needed…)

  3. zendogbreath on October 19, 2020 at 12:18 am

    Found this video from a commenter on a RichieFromBoston video out today. It’s as comprehensive and succinct a summary of overall events we have seen and are seeing. The production value compells thoughts that this is part of predictive programming. Hard to disagree with the statements and inferences. Not much easier to picture resolutions. That might be by design.



  4. HD on October 18, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    Regarding the link to the history channel, referring to Indigenous habitation of Australia…

    Deary me, the term that comes to mind is “inherently implausible”. Without subjecting readers of this forum to an essay length post with an ominous reference list; Firstly if I may draw attention to the claims that are made based on a sample space of “… 83 Aboriginal Australians and 25 Papuans…”. A rather insufficient sample space/ pool.


    As can be seen from the linguistic map, there were over 200 distinct Indigenous languages spoken in Australia at the time of settlement/invasion in 1788. On review of secondary historical sources such as Thomas Keneally or the primary sources he refers to such as documents/ diaries written by Governor Phillip: it is clear that even local people gifted with linguistic skills able to learn English fluently in the space of weeks (Bennelong – were unable to communicate with adjacent tribal groups. This is in reference to the colony established at Botany Bay in the same year.

    “…language spoken by 90 percent of Australia’s Aborigines…” Well there goes the validity of this study on that point alone. We wont even bother discussing the even greater, mammoth diversity of languages reflected in cultural and genetic groups of the Papuan Archipelago/ Torres Straight Micronesia.

    Secondly the the extensively studied burial and ceremonial sites in Western New South Wales at Lake Mungo.


    Conservative estimates of the homo sapiens sapiens bones based on radiodating are 40-60 thousand years. Probably in the order of a quarter million years.

    Thirdly, I see no reference to the at least, three major waves of migration of people to Australia. Which was taught in schools forty years ago based on athropological studies alone. The time scales referred to in the history channel article ignore the first two (known) migrations.

    Lastly, though quite contentious, the Bradshaw paintings/ rock art found throughout the Kimberly. Wikipedia gives the very conservative estimates of their age. The estimates ignore the age of the bones in adjacent burial sites and do not correlate comprehensively the more complex styles
    ( the “Von Danikeny” ones with figures depicted with halos/ helmets[?]) with any known artefactual or continuing cultural/ genetic groups.

  5. DanaThomas on October 18, 2020 at 2:11 pm

    Bell-related tidbit: UK company selling Red Mercury.

  6. Sandygirl on October 18, 2020 at 10:11 am

    Early on the covid plandemic, as early as March people were parroting “asymptomatic” And while the experts didn’t know much about the new virus, they did know that most people would not show any symptoms. Also very early on, a few articles were saying that certain blood types are more likely to get covid. As reported by Lester Holt last week, AB blood types were more likely to go on dialysis and a ventilator. Only 7 percent of the population has AB blood type ( I’ll let you know if I get it). Type 0 blood was least likely to get covid. I think the masses are being indoctrinated with the newest DNA technology and isn’t it all just great how advanced we are. Yet so many can’t figure out the odds of what 99.7 survival rate means.

  7. FiatLux on October 17, 2020 at 2:23 pm

    Thanks for posting the Klaus Schwab article; was going to post it in the forum myself. It’s a revealing deep dive into the mindset of those pulling the strings today and their dystopian vision for the “new normal”–a vision political leaders all over the world seem to have adopted. I think it’s important for people to be aware of the general themes Reichsleiter Schwab and the WEF are pushing, so we can beware if/when our local politicians start parroting them.

    The article has a ton of quotes from Schwab’s books, and it’s very long. But well worth a skim-through at least. Haven’t listened to the whole thing, but there’s also a video about the article that quotes from it:

    • FiatLux on October 17, 2020 at 3:37 pm

      Or just listen to the first 5 or 6 minutes of this video for a taste. You’ll hear Herr Schwab himself (might send a few chills down your spine; makes Baal G sound like a Girls Scouts leader by comparison):

    • anakephalaiosis on October 18, 2020 at 8:24 am

      The Schwabian “new world order” proposition is “pity versus fear”, and that are the two legs on the clay giant golem – walking through history as empire.

      The papal “empire of piety” needs an upgrade, since “pity mongering” is not working anymore. Because six million has become a standing joke.

      Therefore “pity mongering” is replaced by “fear mongering”, in weaponization of the common cold, into the “great sneeze scare”.

      Who is afraid of bogeyman Corona?

  8. Robert Barricklow on October 17, 2020 at 12:29 pm

    Off the cuff from headliners.
    1) DNA study finds oldest civilization?
    So that’s we blame.
    2) Hollywood is dying and the elites don’t care.
    Hollywood died long ago, as did the Republic.
    3) More than a 1000 Air Force Security operators to transfer to Space Force.
    Under an advanced AI generated space umbrella of leadership.
    The human nuts & bolts leadership somewhere in this kill chain?
    It’s military, and generally force is used, when threats don’t.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 17, 2020 at 12:44 pm

      1) so that’s whose the blame[for civilization].
      [Of course, agriculture started that whole ball of wax rolling?]

      4)RAND and the malevolent encirclement of Russia?
      Forcing Russia to partner w/China; and/or, maneuvering other nations interests to coincide w/Russia – while at the same
      time, opposing to the USSA interests?
      5) Moon treaty w/the U.S. ?
      What a stellar record the U.S. has w/treaties; such a long & distinguished record of superb agreement capabilities?

  9. DanaThomas on October 17, 2020 at 6:13 am

    I completely missed Italy’s signature of the Artemis Accord and I think 99.9% of the Italians did too. So evidently not all of national industry will be converted to manufacturing such hi-tech items as masques and “swabs”….

  10. goshawks on October 17, 2020 at 5:52 am

    The “DNA Study finds Aboriginal Australians World’s Oldest Civilization” article is dated Sep 23, 2016, with an update on Aug 22, 2018. Basically over four years old, but still very thought-provoking!

    It is interesting to compare/contrast this article with Stephen Oppenheimer’s Eden in the East: The Drowned Continent of Southeast Asia (1999).
    “This book completely changes the established and conventional view of prehistory by relocating the Lost Eden – the world’s first civilization – to Southeast Asia. At the end of the Ice Age, Southeast Asia formed a continent twice the size of India, which included Indochina, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Borneo. [He] puts forward the astonishing argument that here in southeast Asia – rather than in Mesopotamia where it is usually placed – was the lost civilization that fertilized the great cultures of the Middle East 6,000 years ago. He produces evidence from ethnography, archaeology, oceanography, creation stories, myths, linguistics, and DNA analysis to argue that this founding civilization was destroyed by a catastrophic flood, caused by a rapid rise in the sea level at the end of the last ice age.”

    If we take the 58,000 years ago ’emigration’ from the article, this may place Oppenheimer’s “Eden” into the deeper past. 58,000 years ago was halfway through the last Ice Age; plenty of time to develop a unique culture.

    Also intriguing from the article, “The study also found that Aboriginal Australians and Papuans diverged from each other about 37,000 years ago, although the reason is unclear because the water separation between New Guinea and Australia had yet to be completed. The researchers theorize the break could have been attributed to early flooding of the Carpentaria Basin that left Australia connected to New Guinea by only a narrow, impassable strip of land.” This would imply a major worldwide warming event – terrestrial or asteroid/comet induced. Is it in the proxy-dating records?

    Finally, there is “the language spoken by 90 percent of Australia’s Aborigines is relatively young – approximately 4,000 years old according to language experts – if their ancestors had occupied the continent so much earlier.” Curiously, this would line-up with the dissolution of Sumer (c. 4100-1750 BCE).

    “Although they had a sweeping impact on ancient Australian culture, these ‘ghost-like’ migrants mysteriously disappeared from the genetic record.” Could there have been a Sumerian ‘diaspora’, some of whom (human or Anunnaki) made their way to Australia? This might explain the cultural infusion, while the migrants either did not ‘mix’ or ultimately left. Curious…

  11. DanaThomas on October 17, 2020 at 5:43 am

    Okinawa: so here are those “Marsh Arabs” again…

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