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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".

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  1. Loxie Lou Davie on June 4, 2022 at 5:06 pm

    The redeeming factor for me in all of this is the realization that we are not just “meatsuits”!! We are Eternal, Sovereign Beings who have chosen to experience our time on this particular planet & grow our souls through that experience. This is just one stop on our Eternal Personal Journey!!

  2. Melodi on June 4, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    I’ve been saying for over a decade that I fully expected Putin to either declare himself Tsar or find a “pet” Romanov and put them on the throne as a figurehead. He’s waiting too long (I think) to take it himself and might not want to for a variety of reasons (like having to spend a lot of time doing pomp and pageantry and not having an obvious heir) so the question now is – who gets it, The Grand Duke or someone else?

  3. eddyminimum on June 4, 2022 at 4:15 pm

    In the short time I’ve been following this website, I particularly appreciate the tracking of legislation regarding money itself. Very important, very useful information. I picked up some GoldBacks too; beautiful and incredibly well thought out. They’ve clearly eliminated the ‘Liberty Dollar’ flaws.

    “Including Tennessee, 42 states have eliminated sales taxes on gold and silver bullion.”

    Fourty-two States now. Damn. In light of everything going down, this movement could transform the American landscape, yet it’s virtually unnoticed. Actions speak louder than words. And this ground shaking legislation is deafening – particularly on the eve of hyperinflation. Yet it evades financial seismographs.

    “The Federal Reserve destroys this constitutional monetary system by creating a monopoly based on its fiat currency.”

    This simple sentence caught my attention for a couple reasons. Perhaps the FED didn’t completely destroy it, because it appears to be growing back. The other note is the word SYSTEM itself. As laid out in the constitution, it is a system. And that reminded me of an essay by Hugo Salinas Price years ago.

    Mr. Price pointed out that the Federal Reserve fiat system, wasn’t a system at all. His contention was that it was a process. He described a system with the analogy of a steam engine, that a steam engine had governors, e.g. gauges, sensors, relief valves, etc. Without which, the engine would be a bomb. True enough.

    Continuing with the analogy, paraphrasing from memory, Price pointed out that the fiat non-system was a process; a process with the characteristics of an explosion. And once the expansion ended, it would collapse on itself. Physics.

    And that’s exactly where we’re at at this moment in time. The contraction of this fiat monetary process has begun, simultaneously with the world contraction of energy. Every direction you gaze, the abyss approaches. Yet this movement spreads beneath our feet. A candle in the wind? It has my support.

    Final note: Gresham’s Law doesn’t work in reverse. This is Griffin’s Law.

  4. FiatLux on June 4, 2022 at 3:43 pm

    “The Brave New World of Genetically Modified People” is interesting indeed, and on many fronts.

    Here’s just one, concerning the Chilean law supposedly about protecting genetically impaired employees: I get the impression this is about, among other things, legalizing genetic screening of employees and using an “antidiscrimination” law as a Trojan horse to do so. Article 2 says, “The worker may express his free and informed consent [we’ve seen how that worked out with “covid” jabs] to undergo a genetic test . . . aimed at ensuring that he meets the physical or mental conditions necessary and suitable to carry out work or tasks classified as dangerous, with the sole purpose of protecting their life or physical or mental integrity, as well as the life or physical or mental health of other workers.”

    As I read that, it expressly permits genetic testing of employees doing any “dangerous” work (the definition of which could be expanded at will), including genetic testing for a predisposition to literally anything. You’ve got gene XYZ? Oh, sorry, that might predispose you to lying, cheating, getting angry, going nuts, getting sick, or whatever. And that makes you a danger to yourself or others, so . . .

    Don’t imagine for a minute that employers, lenders, insurance companies, and law enforcement aren’t going to be all over this genetic-testing technology — precisely in order to discriminate against people with a “high risk” genetic profile. Coming soon to a country near you, if you don’t watch out.

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2022 at 11:36 am

    Can’t wait to get into these articles this weekend.
    Couldn’t resist a quick glance at the double-slit experiment
    [I’ll refrain mentioning an obvious joke]
    Measurement tools as improved,
    yet the main tool; the grey-matter tool, still needs some fine-tuning adjustments.
    Not looking “deeper”, off the top of my White Rabbit, running-late clock[should be a watch, but that requires attention to detail]; I intuit timelines, at the same-times. Truly mind-boggling lighted tunnels; whether towards discovery, or from concealment – a puzzle pleases, to no ends.

    running late
    White Rabbit.

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