Over the years I've been writing books, doing interviews, and blogging on this site, I occasionally have had to deal with the subject of extra-terrestrials and UFOs. And during that time, I've noticed something, and perhaps you have too. But first - and one more time for the record - I am not a ufologist. Also, while I certainly am not philosophically opposed to the idea of the existence of other intelligent forms of life - I for one believe in angels for example, and if angels, why not "genetic cousins" out there of the genus homo? - my "default" is that I remain to be convinced.  The old stories certainly give the impression that we've been visited by the "cousins" before, from the Vedic literature, old Chinese and Japanese lore, Meso-American and South American and Mesopotamian stores... all have such tales. They all more or less universally agree that many of the visitors were not very friendly, and not a few of those old tales speak of colossal wars fought with horrendously powerful weapons. In short, one has to search far and wide to find the modern "space and fairy dust jonquils and daisies and Disney" approach in those old stories.  My other caveat is that I do not believe UFOs are a single phenomenon, but rather, several distinctive phenomena. Some clearly are technologies, while some behave more like mediaeval stories of incubus and succubus.

With all those caveats (once again) on the record, I've been noticing something, and whether it is a pattern, or merely a selection or perspective bias, I do not know, but my intuition tells me it's a pattern, and that pattern has been the slow, gradual increase in stories about UFOs and extraterrestrials. Some "switch" was thrown recently, and the UFO, and extraterrestrials, once taboo subjects in the lamestream propatainment western media - and particularly the media in the USSA - suddenly became not only acceptable, but government "whistleblowers" started to step forward, complete with videos in some cases, to tell us all about how we're not alone.

With that perception of an "uptick" in stories emanating from "officialdom" I get the distinct impression that an ET narrative is being prepared all the while - and here comes my skeptical rain - no incontrovertible evidence has yet been forthcoming. In a world that can produce holograms of whales appearing to leap from a gymnasium floor, or Popes vanishing from Roman balconies, or former Skunk Works chiefs like Ben Rich allegedly making remarks to the effect that "we" found an "error" in the equations and could now take ET home... in a world like that, almost anything can be faked.

In that context, V.T. sent along the following article:

Is Earth Being Pummeled by Derelict Alien Spacecraft?

Now notice the argument here: two substances were synthesized in laboratories, which substances might occur naturally but because of their unusual "layering" structure their natural occurence is highly unlikely. Discovering them in a meteor might therefore constitute a "technosignature" of an extra-terrestrial civilization:

Between 1957 and 1968, scientists decided to try their hand at creating new minerals that could act as very effective conductors of electricity. They “invented” a pair: heideite and brezinaite.

After a few years, the same minerals unexpectedly started showing up in fragments of meteorites that had landed on Earth. As it turns out, these weren’t materials that had to be invented—though how they were able to form outside the lab remained a mystery to scientists.

Now, six decades later, a Venezuelan researcher is trying to connect the dots between the minerals those scientists made in labs and the same minerals that came crashing to Earth from space.

Maybe, just maybe, those superconducting minerals that came from space are also artificial, B.P. Embaid, a physicist at Central University of Venezuela, hypothesized in a study—not yet peer-reviewed—that appeared online on Sept. 13.

And if that’s the case, the minerals could be evidence of extraterrestrial technology—“technosignatures,” as scientists like to say. “It is important to be open-minded and even provocative to consider the following question: are these meteoritic minerals samples of extraterrestrial technosignatures?” Embaid wrote.


But Embaid thinks brezinaite and heideite are so odd—with their unique formulations and layering—that there’s a good chance they’re always manufactured. A good chance, that is, that all the brezinaite and heideite in the galaxy come from labs—whether our labs or the labs of some alien civilization. “The genesis of these meteoritic minerals could require [a] controlled and sophisticated process not easily found in nature,” Embaid wrote.

Maybe. Ravi Kopparapu, an expert in technosignature research at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, told The Daily Beast we need a lot more data before we start making bold claims about brezinaite and heideite. “Believability is robust only when additional experiments are conducted, and verified independently, that these are not natural.”

Scientists should scour space for evidence of some natural process that inputs chromium, iron, sulfur and titanium and outputs, say, heideite. They should be looking for proof that nature can’t make brezinaite or heideite on its own.

“If many attempts are made and this hypothesis is still unfalsified, then we may start asking ourselves about the possibility that these minerals were made by industrial processes—in other words, that they are technosignatures,” Jacob Haqq-Misra, an astrobiologist with the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science in Seattle, told The Daily Beast.

If it’s the case that brezinaite and heideite are exclusively synthetic, the implication is clear. Any meteorite we find that contains brezinaite or heideite isn’t some natural space rock. It’s a fragment of alien technology—specifically, “derelict technology,” according to Embaid. Remains of long-defunct spacecraft or probes.

Now why do I think this is "narrative prep"?  Very simple. It should be relatively easy for scientists to contrive experiments that could suggest or prove that these minerals and materials could form naturally under special conditions. If so, then the other thing that would be proven is how common or rare such natural processes would be. Conversely, if the "layering" feature is a pattern much more typical for manufacturing than natural occurrence, again experimentation should eventually show it.

My bet? They will actually do such experiments.

My prediction? The experiments will show that natural processes can produce the minerals, but that the chances of them doing so are slim...

... 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".

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  1. Kevin Ryan on October 7, 2022 at 10:10 pm

    I’m with KSW on this – the article says they found this material in rocks. Not in ET’s old washing machine, laptop, lightspeed phase shifter, or a junked UFO dumped by a mothership. It was in rocks from a meteorite. I expect that the only way to give that article any sex appeal was to play up the ET angle. That is the only reason I read the article yesterday. But yes, ET-UFO-UAP articles have become more respectable and therefore gained currency with the press as governments disclose UAP videos from which nothing is discernible, other than something is moving around in strange ways. I would bet not on a real disclosure scenario but a distraction – we don’t know what’s going on! – or yes, a false flag, contrived ET appearance like the whale jumping out of the floor only now it’s going to tell us how to save our world, and that won’t be pretty.

  2. Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 4:36 pm

    E.T., —— et in Akkadia( Ego)

  3. GM Hillbilly on October 7, 2022 at 4:55 am

    Dr. Farrell I’m glad that you are taking the position of skeptic when it comes to the UFO/ET debates. We need to try and figure out all the angles of what might be happening and how it is being done. I still not convinced that we are alone in this universe and that we(man) created all of this exotic technology.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 7, 2022 at 9:47 am

      Third eye works both ways. With second sight, man is never alone in the universe. Fear keeps man within his comfort zone. Death takes man beyond the rim.

      Search for life extension technologies also provides means to terminate, removing surplus populations, deemed as a threat. Technology is driven by fear of death.

      Understanding how devils think, is insight into cowardly greed, driven by fear and obsession, peeking through keyholes, desperately searching for means to gain upper hand.

      Normal minds can’t understand such obsession.

  4. eddyminimum on October 6, 2022 at 11:20 pm

    Prepping the ET Narrative. That phrase sums it up for me. A trending narra-meme. I’m guessing it’s the main act. I’m open to alien life, extraterrestrials, past break away… But not now, why now? Unless there’s some periodic cosmic festival scheduled with civilizational collapse and/or heavenly cycles. Then again – hell may be empty, if all the devils are here.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 7, 2022 at 12:12 am

      It is called antisemitism, to point out the alien, and the “melting pot” is a flying saucer. That is the enigma of the hidden narrative, within the narrative.

      Europe is epigenetic-antisemitic, reacting instinctively to aliens on thrones, because royalty was supposed to be indigenous, according to ancient law.

      It is a linguistic problem, that papal Latin can’t cover up, because Old English “cyning” literally means “kinsman to clans”, and aliens are definitely not kin.

      Thus alien royalty in Europe desperately needs the USA – as Pinkerton agent – to quell those coal miners in Donbas, to carve out a New Khazaria.

    • Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 2:15 pm

      1) “Hell” is not empty, although slightly depopulated[ pandemic —> pandemonium —> Pan + Demons] .
      2) Perhaps the mere fact that Man is at a CrossRoads is not only interesting, but vital to other galactic species at this time, simply that they are looking to See how we handle this, Millennial, Transition. We are about to venture into Space( the Astral{ planetary} realm and thus begin to experience Human-Universal; this necessarily brings with it the new permissions of psychic abilities such as “second Sight” &c. Thus the increase in “traffic” from Other Realms.
      3) the “corrupt powers that do” will of course misuse these truths to their own adVantage.

  5. Eddie Worthington on October 6, 2022 at 4:15 pm

    One nuance regarding the ET narrative that I want to point out: Extraterrestrial does not equal alien. Extraterrestrials could be humans of a breakaway civilization living in space or other parts of the solar system, either from ancient times or current times. Some have predicted that the breakaway civilization will become apparent in the years to come.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 6, 2022 at 11:42 pm

      That is the precisely the distinction, that is being made in Europe these days, deciding the lot of the Americans, whether they be seen as extracontinentals or aliens.

      Dirty-dog Zelensky is like the American chess swindler, who has been caught using a supercomputer, to win international chess games, and who therefore loses everything, because he has no honor.

      The process of alienation will lead to Europe disowning America. Americans have been used, as decisive Pinkerton agents in world wars, and are today fighting coal miners in Donbas, who are Molly Maguires.

      The Hollywood problem is a Khazarian dog returning to its vomit in the Ukraine, and when disowning troublemakers, it is called pogrom in Europe.

  6. Don B on October 6, 2022 at 11:40 am

    Sound analysis DR. Farrell. Back in the 50s UFO magazines began popping up, and our local drug store stocked all of them. I would go into town with my mom to pick up her many prescriptions, and I would go through the magazines. In the end, she would just say “go ahead Donnie boy” and she’d pay for it. I accumulated stacks until I finally decided years later that they were too cartoonish, and I quit reading them. I have an open mind, but at the moment it’s like bigfoot, “show me”.

  7. anakephalaiosis on October 6, 2022 at 6:45 am

    In Old Norse, there is a poem called “Völuspá”, and it is basically a fantastic rambling, about mythical gods, for dramatic effect, to build up a last moment of suspense, in the last sentence: “Now, she will sink…”

    That is the signal of sunken sun, entering into the yule night, signaling beginning of feast, and a race towards a feeding frenzy, and drinking party. In the next day’s hangover, the new year has arrived.

    I predict, that the ancient Israelites defined their culture, by this “reset moment”, based on solstice calculation. Today it is called Christmas, and the reparation of Nord Stream pipes is required, as preparation before Christmas.

    Harpooning the ET narrative, is done, by “year’s woe”, as annual reset. It was – and still is – the point, to be home at Christmas!

  8. marcos toledo on October 5, 2022 at 11:20 pm

    What’s the difference between an Angel-Demon and an Extraterrestrial? Maybe the only definition both are not human and trying to explain the difference would be like a rodent trying to define what a human is to its fellow rodents.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 6, 2022 at 5:02 am

      Elohim as “heaven balls”, and Yahweh as “year woe”, is poetic perfection. That is humor.

      Aliens, being bereft of humor, are not redeemable. Robots can’t understand jokes.

      Pope Satan is an alien, in a Roman mausoleum, spreading suffocating boredom.

      Abram & Co were stand-up comedians, who wrote a war & wine manual.

  9. Richard on October 5, 2022 at 6:24 pm

    In one’s view, humankind will need to be an extraterrestrial that shares a relatable frame of reference with the Others to include the means of a communicative dialogue without a lengthy, linear, and imprecise language(s) currently in use. A form that can maintain integrity from temporal shifts no matter if natural, accidental, or by design.

    One would suggest that there seems to be more than just the classical model, ‘expressive’ area (Broca area) and ‘receptive’ area (Wernicke area) of the brain, at work when neurolinguistic communication is further examined. The person in the middle cannot be excised with any ease, if at all, from this model anymore than from more modern detailed studies. As language continues to adjust it’s a work in progress along with the aging sensory apparatuses.

    The particulars of any proposed [narrative] will have to change, too, or simply be left out of the message short of coming up with a new more authoritative lexicon that has no deception contained within it. Quite the challenge for the most adept speakers, wordsmiths, and lexicographers. How does one communicate authoritatively like an advanced civilization that goes beyond the Hollywood attempts to date? One has often thought about refining “Klaatu’s” farewell speech in the movie “The Day The Earth Stood Still.”

    • anakephalaiosis on October 6, 2022 at 4:28 am

      There is only Man, and his Mankind, referring to man’s kindred kind, in his own likeness. Those, who use the chimeric expression “humankind”, have drunk the Kool-Aid.

      Neuro-linguistic programming is an octopus’ tentacles, to be chopped off, with a sharp-tongue sword. Old English beats Latin every time.

      Commie Klaatu’s speech propagates a UN army of robotic bureaucrats, whose noodles are useful as goblets, to toast empires to hell.

      In Scythian Scandinavia, drinking brew is to drink heaven balls as gods, sending Pope Satan to hell.

      Heaven balls:

    • Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 4:06 pm

      Yes, total veracity , verity, and non-variance from what one says to what one does/is.

      A Warrior’s Creed | Stuart Wilde

      As to form functioning in higher/Other-“dimensionality”, one might suggest tgat Pattern would adapt better. Surely the Others would commune better with one’s Other.
      As for the brain, well, it is merely a transceiver for the heart of the Whole-being. To “think” or “emote” is to do so With the whole being. The pituitary and hypothalamus, when activated, produce both Sunseed and Moonseed, and the marriage of both lead to Starseed…
      We have Caesar’s speeches, MarcAntony’s meditations &c. to guide us in formulaic speech AND thought, amongst Other greats.
      The uncivil “civilization”-at-large is not advanced, in any way, yet there are surely those who can commune and communicate and converse with dignity.

      It may just be up to those quirky individuals who are up against the impossible Unkown on a daily basis; whose mind(s) have been boggled so much that “ordinary reality” is but another temporary illusory State.
      And as for “authoritatively”, one may only ever comment or command according to thr extent in which one is Author of one’s own Self. As in, I Am the ultimate best Authority on Myself.

  10. ragiza on October 5, 2022 at 2:38 pm

    “They” want to create a source of authority to give weight and popular acceptance to their surveillance, social control, social engineering, and looting programs.

    You can’t have yahweh-jesus-mohammed-viracochaetc-etc-etc giving credible advice on climate change, central bank digital money, the wonders of mRNA injections, transgenderism, and who knows what’s next – it won’t fly – you could run it up the flagpole, but nobody would salute.

    But wait, a real life alien presence, friendly to human kind, full of knowledge far in advance to what humans now have, giving advice and direction to how humans can advance themselves…. well… why not?

    The reason democracy can’t work isn’t only stupidity, or that much of the populace doesn’t know what they THINK about something until they know how they FEEL about it, it’s because many people want to be tricked, conned and coerced so they don’t have to feel responsible for anything.

    Now, what would be the attributes of a phony alien to be accepted by lots of proles? It’s not going to look like a giant squid, wanting to be fed new borns.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 6, 2022 at 5:32 am

      If it’s boring, it is usually bad. That’s the general litmus test.

      When caught between thinking and feeling, the answer is instinctual.

      The instinct is the most basic program, close to the genome, providing epigenetic context.

      Man is, what he is, not what he thinks he is, or has sentiments about.

  11. Robert Barricklow on October 5, 2022 at 11:23 am

    There’s been a lot of narrative prepping going on.
    The prize [in my lifetime], goes to the? CO2, did it!
    CO2, the criminal mastermind behind “climate change”
    [the latest rewording of the enemy].

    Of course, ET has had numerous preppings; including a whole series:
    Ancient Aliens.
    [also, biblical preppings]
    Why, JPF even wrote about it: The Cosmic War

    I too, am not into this aliens are under every rock[so-to-speak].
    The definitive example is 1947 Roswell.
    That was a NAZI “flying saucer”.
    No little aliens crashed.
    No alien bodies; live, or otherwise – were picked up anywhere. [IMO]

    Running late
    White Rabbit.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 5, 2022 at 5:08 pm

      Well what do you know; “under every rock”, wasn’t too far off the mark.
      Rocks from space having alien signatures; akin to baseball signature cards?
      Wonder which alien signatures are worth more?
      Is there an alien signature blue-book yet?
      Probably made in a lab[w/a slight molecular tweak]; or, 100% nature.
      Either way; the corporations will claim their brilliance made it all possible.

      Hell, if they examine those experimental mRNA injections;
      they just might find an alien presence there as well?
      Something, heretofore; never seen by man, until examined carefully.

      Hell, these alien materials may even be found to exist in chemtrails?

      One think you can take to the bank;
      is they’ll prove whatever they want.
      Just follow the science; all the way to the bank!

  12. KSW on October 5, 2022 at 9:53 am

    So …. my question is this – why would these manufactured chemicals be on meteorites? For what purpose and how would they manage to end up on some space rocks? It seems like finding some corroded cog fragment would serve the purpose better – the photo would go viral in minutes – voilà – job done. I’m tired of this tired narrative and fuzzy pictures if no one is going to actually release the x-files and tell us what they really know about it. Google can photograph my car sitting in my driveway (and the rest of the planet) from a satellite but no one can manage one decent picture of a UFO/UAP or some interesting architecture on Mars. The Earth’s house is not in order – not by a long shot – perhaps our energy should be focused there.

    • KSW on October 5, 2022 at 10:29 am

      Those pulling the strings are going to do whatever they’re going to do – the question, as always, is what is our move when/if they pull that string? The problem is that no one can or will define just what these aliens are (terrestrial, extraterrestrial, interdimensional, smoke & mirrors, nothing but a story or what?) and in my mind that makes all the difference as to how to react. Like my father used to say – “don’t go borrowing trouble”. There’s a threat when there is an actual threat.

  13. InfiniteRUs on October 5, 2022 at 7:47 am

    Since there are just grains of these minerals in larger ore bodies and the elements of these minerals are commonly found together in nature (specificily iron sulfides and volcanic black sands) I would say natural. It is common for many rare combinations of elements to form grains of complex and rare minerals deep in the Earth under high temps and pressures. These rare grains are often just a few specks in the ores they are found in.

  14. anakephalaiosis on October 5, 2022 at 6:10 am

    In support of papacy, there is a need for aliens to convert, or else the game is up, for the emperor’s new clothes.

    Papacy is outflanked, by faulty translation of the Hebrew “elohim-yahweh”, and the origin of the Old Norse “goði”.

    Papacy desperately needs a diversion to escape, into a new magic mystery, so it can promote itself as savior of believers.

    It ain’t gonna happen… ’cause the X-Files are out there!

    • Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 4:34 pm

      E T., —— in Akkadia( Ego)

      • Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 4:35 pm

        Not a reply to you.
        Thank you, WordPess.

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