I don't know about you, but for the moment at least I'm sick and tired of the self-appointed misleaders of the misleadership class - you know, people like Baal Gates, Der Hochklaus von Blohschwab, the alleged president Jomao Bai Den, or Not-So-Christine LeGarde, or that old guy from Hungary with the melting face - leading western civilization into complete ruin, and threating to burn down the rest of the house as well.   While I continue to pray and hope for their repentance and if not, their ruinous demise, there's only so much of their nonsense one can stomach.  Fortunately V.T. sent along an article about something I've never heard of before, and which intrigues me, and I hope intrigues you.  It's about a rock - the Judaculla rock - that is literally covered with ancient petroglyphs:

The Indecipherable Judaculla Rock

Several things interest me about this rock, but the most interesting thing to me isn't the rock itself nor what is scribbled all over its surface, but this bit of unnecessary editorializing:

Medium reported that in 1945, the Cherokee Chief Blythe believed “the rock carvings to be a record of a peace treaty between the Cherokee and the Catawbas.” Other theories include the petroglyphs representing a “game conservation law,” picture map of a battle or even the record of a treaty. Nevertheless, the ubiquitous gaggle of pseudo-science sleuths is never far behind.

Rumors and Pseudo-Science Revolving Around Judaculla Rock

Many rumors and legends surround the mysterious rock including strange sounds and UFO appearances. Stories abound about ghost sounds around Judaculla Rock during the night, which Atlas Obscura claims are “made spookier by the location of a cemetery a few hundred feet away.”

Unfortunately, for the time being the secret meanings of the Judaculla rock will remain locked. In the meantime, a silent battle is taking place to protect the site from over tourism and to define the true meaning of the site. Some theories even claim that the site is surrounded by electromagnetic anomalies, adding to the enigma of Judaculla rock.

There you have it: any theory or explanation not falling into the bounds of "the entirely predictable" - UFOs, strange sounds, &c  - is pseudo-science, while the "experts" it would seem have been rather slow to propose their own ideas. As the article notes, the Cherokee themselves should be accused of pseudo-science on account of what their own myths and lore says about the rock:

According to Cherokee oral tradition, in ancient times Judaculla was a slant-eyed giant with seven fingers who lived in the mountainous area, and the stone was his territorial marker. They believed the seven-digit claw marks are his hand prints and a long, straight line drawn on the rock was a boundary: cross that, and they were impeding onto his hunting territory.

The name Judaculla means “he has them slanting” or the “slant-eyed giant,” and the Cherokee attributed him with superhuman strength and capabilities like flying or teleporting from mountaintop to mountaintop. Legend had it that Judaculla was even capable of controlling the wind, rain, thunder and lightning.

Teleporting seven-fingered giants able to control the weather? Territorial markers? Ancient peace treaties? Whatever the cause, something compelled the ancient Cherokee to write down all those glyphs and symbols on the rock, and I doubt it was that week's version of the Sunday crossword.

Looking at the lore itself, the Cherokee wouldn't be the only ones with lore about giants with more fingers than standard homo sapiens sapiens, nor would they be the only ones with lore that talks about flying or teleporting men, ancient wars, and ancient peace treaties.  Those things are pretty much staples all over the world. They're either ancient science fiction bubbling up from the bottomless well of Jungian archetypes, or the stories they recount have some core and kernel of truth, in which case, "science" has yet to catch up with "pseudo-science" and offer some explanations.

One scientist who did so, as I've mentioned in my book The Cosmic War, was plasma physicist Anthony Peratt, who noticed that many native American Indian petroglpyhs appeared uncannily like Birkeland currents in plasmas:


The diagram shows a typical Birkeland current and the central z-pinch ...

And here, on the Judaculla rock, one encounters, if one looks closely at the lower left corner, a similar glyph once again:

The petroglyphs of Judaculla Rock. (Fair Use)

This does not, of course, explain the rest of the welter of symbols, not to mention the many dots appearing on the rock.  One of my own theories is that perhaps we are looking at a "visual aid," a mnemonic device designed to aid a story-teller - a kind of tribal archivist - to recall a complex event accurately, which event may have included Peratt's idea of Indians having observed and recorded plasma discharge events.

In the absence of some "Rosetta stone" of petroglyphs occurring, say, in the same context as classical Latin or Greek, we'll never know. What's also noteworthy to me at least is that other than a couple of people whom I mentioned in my book The Tower of Babel Moment - one a scholar in academia, and another an amateur researcher in the "alternative research" field - no one from "science" seems to be the least bit curious about the fact that these petroglyphs, spread all over the world, have a similar "vocabularly" of common symbols.  Oddly, both of them also share the hypothesis that maybe we are looking at complex mnemonic devices - archives of a sort - of something very important that happened long ago.

And finally, there's always the possibility that a tribal elder somewhere possesses the "key" to read these glyphs, and they're not telling "science."

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. GM Hillbilly on October 12, 2022 at 3:21 am

    Very Good Post Dr. Farrell– I missed this week..

  2. Laura on October 9, 2022 at 9:05 am

    “Indigenous people likely started painting these images at the archaeological site of Serranía La Lindosa, on the northern edge of the Colombian Amazon, toward the end of the last ice age, about 12,600 to 11,800 years ago. During that time, “the Amazon was still transforming into the tropical forest we recognize today,” Robinson said. Rising temperatures changed the Amazon from a patchwork landscape of savannas, thorny scrub and forest into today’s leafy tropical rainforest.
    The thousands of ice age paintings include both handprints, geometric designs and a wide array of animals, from the “small” — such as deer, tapirs, alligators, bats, monkeys, turtles, serpents and porcupines — to the “large,” including camelids, horses and three-toed hoofed mammals with trunks. Other figures depict humans, hunting scenes and images of people interacting with plants, trees and savannah creatures. And, although there is also ice age animal rock art in Central Brazil, the new findings are more detailed and shed light on what these now-extinct species looked like, the researchers said.”

    • GM Hillbilly on October 22, 2022 at 8:05 pm

      Very Interesting,….. So what do you think happened here? Possible sun micro nova / pole flip or something else?

  3. Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 7:13 pm

    Well, how to even begin( the Beguine)? The term “Judaculla” clearly references the icelandic volcano of Jötakulla —— which also means “Dragon’s/Giant’s bluff/volcano,”. Interesting…
    One suspects that this was sn attempt at an accurate, if new, StarMap, given the uproarious nature of the times. The heavens must have looked absolutely nuts then. The long strong line in the middle would have been the ecliptic.
    To attempt sny map of the skies, and hope thst descendants understood it, would have been a futile exercise, excepting oral shamanic tradition. Wow, but what a disco-lightshow they must have been treated to —— and the responsibility to tell and explain forward to all next generstions.

  4. Iinthemidstofyouamthewayomega on October 5, 2022 at 9:50 pm

    The current best explanation I have found in these Petraglyphs.
    UNC has verified the images on the rock to mimic microscopic life found in lakes and ponds.
    Thank You Joseph for all of your hard work and keeping Us informed over the years.
    May your Days be long and full of Joy.
    Pets are the best. I love my two girls. Bonnie and Kira.
    I have all of your books in my library.
    Thanks Again.
    Phillip in North Georgia.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 4, 2022 at 11:49 am

    Monopoly of Amazon pricing:
    A New Science of Heaven/paperback/2018/240pages $56.26

    Another word for monopoly pricing?

    Above the result of small businesses being wiped out purposely by black ops.
    [no compet1tion: the #1 sin of monopoly dogmas]


    • ladyhawk on October 5, 2022 at 1:36 pm

      Hi…this also reminds me of the glyphs I’ve seen in Australia.
      Perhaps a Dogon elder could shed more light upon the deciphering of this rocks message?

  6. Richard on October 4, 2022 at 2:29 am

    There’s a tribe in Mali, West Africa – The Dogon – who use similar configurations of symbols in their ritualized dance. One ritualized celebration every 60 years. From one point of view, there is suggested by the tribal elders of there being an analogy to science. Laird Scranton has written on this topic.

    In one reference, when a discussion arrived at how many elements [in reference to the Periodic Table] are there, the reply was that of 266. Several theoretical physicists didn’t get anywhere near that number but considered that there was no reason why not. This tribe is also the same tribe that knew about the star system Sirius (the Dog Star or Alpha Canis Majoris) and its companions before modern astronomers verified that there was a companion “C,” a dark, invisible companion of roughly a 50 year cycle. Dogon astronomical lore goes back several millennia to 3200 B.C., there abouts. There’s still some question about how this tribe might have known before modern astronomers verified the Sirius system with modern techniques more recently. At any rate, some symbology, as depicted persists within the Dogon’s “Mask Dance”:
    Dogon Mask Dance – YouTube

    MALI – Africa – Dogon Dance – YouTube

    There are other examples of the culture of the Dogon and of how & what they seem to have known before contemporary western science knew.

    Sirius, also known as Sothis to the Ancient Egyptians by some folks, was associated with the annual floods of the Nile River; And to the Ancient Romans the hottest days of the calendar year, where the expression “dog days” of summer is said to have come.

    Well, anyways, there remains a lot of satisfactorily answered questions about this unusual tribe than no, they couldn’t have known or that their knowledge came as that of a ‘cargo cult’ like beginning from western visitors in the 1800’s. The similarities remain.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 5, 2022 at 2:58 am

      Dogon mask dance is likely a reminisce of reenacting the planets, to bring celestial order into social sphere.

      In Scythia, lawmen were called “díar”, (according to Snorri Sturluson), as derivative from Greek “dios”, ie planetary deity. Likewise in Scandinavia, lawman were called “goðar”, as derivative from “goð”, ie planetary deity.

      The idea, of mirroring celestial order into social sphere, has been suppressed by papacy, attempting to monopolize the pantheon, to promote imperial godhood as idol.

      Original Hebrew Elohim, as “heaven balls”, got lost in translation, deemed heathen by papal bureaucracy.

      • anakephalaiosis on October 5, 2022 at 3:08 am


  7. marcos toledo on October 3, 2022 at 10:26 pm

    The problem is Official Science has degenerated into a Cult-like the other belief systems of the West and is infesting the rest of the Word belief systems as well.

  8. Berenice on October 3, 2022 at 8:11 pm

    They used this same strategy beginning in 1870 when the US Army had over one million bison systematically destroyed to starve Native Americans. It’s becoming more and more apparent with each passing day that they want us all on one giant reservation.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 3, 2022 at 11:40 pm

      The swift silent deafening of the prairies?
      Is but one historically cruel example, of their kind of “climate” change.

      “Discussing it in Lonesome Dove they had decided that the reports must be exaggerated-thinned out, maybe, but not wiped out. Thus the sight of the road of bones stretching over the prairie was a shock. Maybe roads of bones were all that was left. The thought gave the very emptiness of the plains a different feel. With those millions of animals gone, and the Indians mostly gone in their wake; the greater plains were truly empty, unpeopled and ungraced.
      Gus McCrae, “We’ll be the Indians, if we last another twenty years. The way this place is settling up it’ll be nothing but churches and dry goods stores before you know it. Next thing you know they’ll have to round us old rowdies up and stick us on a reservation to keep us from scaring the ladies.
      The thing is, if I’m going to be treated like an Indian, I might as well act like one. I think we spent our best years fighting on the wrong side.”

      • anakephalaiosis on October 4, 2022 at 4:19 am

        Black Elk’s circle dance is orbital trajectory, and his six grandfathers are spatial directions, that correspond to river compass in Genesis.

        Plasma giants are great balls of fire, that, when manifested in the collective psyche, are called soul. Man is sworn in, by vow to sun.

        Breaking seventh seal is becoming an exploding sun, and that is why it is seen as illumination, when placing eye in well of light.

        In yoga, it is referred to as samadhi.

      • Wu Wu on October 7, 2022 at 8:24 pm

        On the “res”. Maybe we can be allowed to start up our own Casinos, then

    • Berenice on October 4, 2022 at 6:01 am

      Oops…. Comment meant for previous blog post

  9. Robert Barricklow on October 3, 2022 at 11:51 am

    I too, tire of their ceaseless manufacturing, of never-ending crises; that require never-wasting, ceaselessly designed advantages of. I’m just waiting for the next shoe to drop; the UN troops to come goose-stepping, all across the globe, to save the day.[or, privatized forces; aka Acts of God].

    The key?
    Is whomever attains this technology, can’t control it; the technology controls them.

    There’s is Rosetta Stone, in one fell swoop.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 4, 2022 at 4:39 am

      Black Elk’s circle dance makes sense, when taking parasites for spin, in the Cosmic Inn.

      The cosmic emptiness is scary at first, until one gets used to it, and gravitates upwards.

      Parasites can’t handle the prospect of endless void, because they can’t afford to be separated from their host, whose identity they have stolen. That is their greatest fear.

      That knowledge becomes the mind trick of the trickster…

  10. KSW on October 3, 2022 at 11:04 am

    That rock is in my neck of the woods – Western North Carolina tribal lands. I research and wrote about it about a year ago for a piece I was working on and found the story fascinating. One of the things that it reminded me of, in a way, was the 2019 movie Vanished – “Former police detective Dave Paulides investigates extraordinary mystery cases about missing persons in the national parks.” The documentary explains that people vanish with a trace and it’s always the last person in the party or a single hiker. They’ve suspected energetic “beings” or some unknown origin.

  11. Michael UK on October 3, 2022 at 9:29 am

    It has been hypothesised that plasmas are a form of inorganic intelligence. Some exhibit a double helic structure which could be used to store and copy information. It is speculated that plasmas are transdimensional and exist outside of our 3D Universe in a hyper dimension but sometiimes can appear in ours and take physical shapes (orbs, lights, UFOs, ghosts, werewovles, massice dogs etc at Skinwalker Ridge).
    For the latest thinking and insight into this subject, there are 3 essential books, well worth reading. Note: that the Pentagon and Defense Departments are well in on this plasma mystery for its practical applications.
    A New Science of Heaven by Robert Temple
    Origin of the Gods by Andrew Collins and Gregory L. Little
    Skinwalkers at the Pentagon by Colm A. Kelleher.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 3, 2022 at 11:28 pm

      Michael… could you email those links to me please? [email protected] and put BOOK LINKS in the header? Thanks!

    • Robert Barricklow on October 4, 2022 at 11:49 am

      Monopoly of Amazon pricing:
      A New Science of Heaven/paperback/2018/240pages $56.26

      Another word for monopoly pricing?

      Above the result of small businesses being wiped out purposely by black ops.
      [no compet1tion: the #1 sin of monopoly dogmas]


    • GM Hillbilly on October 12, 2022 at 3:23 am

      Hi Michael UK, Out of the 3 books- Which one really stands out for you and why?

  12. anakephalaiosis on October 3, 2022 at 6:12 am

    When producing a pendragonate naturally, there are seven trigger points, that are triggered, by paradoxes of diametrical oppositions.

    Wembley Fraggle says it well:

    And Trash Heap explains how:

    Bonfire is the basic allegory of relative positions towards a central point, and becoming that central point (samadhi).

    When ancient Israelites are touting horn about seven seals, they are tapping into an old shamanistic tradition of archetypes.

    Talking bush is bonfire.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 3, 2022 at 9:24 am

      BTW, when taking the shamanistic approach, one could say: (1) father year woe, and (2) uncle heaven balls.

      Assuming, that ancient Israelites maintained such an unsophisticated view, for two millennia, then what happened to the humor?

      Jerusalemites, as the “lost children” of Israel, were probably victims of a Stockholm syndrome, and in need of first aid.

      Then Doctor Jesus came around, with a rosy red pill.

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