Well, here's some additive for your high octane speculation refinery that was spotted and shared by E.E. (with our thanks). This is truly one for the record books folks, because, as the article points out, the Federal reserve cannot even model Treasuries risks successfully, much less the weather. We might also add that the Fed cannot even give us a decent estimate of how much derivatives are sloshing around in the system (nor can any other central bank or banksters). Anyway, as you can imagine, I have a few high octane speculations of my own as to why the Federal Reserve would be modeling weather, but before we can get to those, here's the article that E.E. spotted:

The Fed Models The Weather Although It Can't Even Stress-Test Treasuries

Now note what we have: we have a "study" that is allegedly (cough hack wheeze) not about "setting policy" but merely studying "climate change":

Under guise that it's just a stress test model and not a policy setting model, the Fed announced details on its Pilot Climate Scenario Risk Analysis Program on January 17.

As described in the instruction document released today, the six largest U.S. banks will analyze the impact of scenarios for both physical and transition risks related to climate change on specific assets in their portfolios. To support the exercise's goals of deepening understanding of climate risk-management practices and building capacity to identify, measure, monitor, and manage climate-related financial risks, the Board will gather qualitative and quantitative information over the course of the pilot, including details on governance and risk management practices, measurement methodologies, risk metrics, data challenges, and lessons learned.

"The Fed has narrow, but important, responsibilities regarding climate-related financial risks – to ensure that banks understand and manage their material risks, including the financial risks from climate change," Vice Chair for Supervision Michael S. Barr said. "The exercise we are launching today will advance the ability of supervisors and banks to analyze and manage emerging climate-related financial risks."

There you have it: this is about managing "emerging climate-related financial risks."

Uh huh (cough hack wheeze again).  If you believe that, I have some options on bridge futures in Brooklyn for sale.

And make no mistake, the author of the Zero Hedge article, Mike Shedlock, reaches a similar conclusion about the worthlessness of the Fed's study as a valuable contribution to the study of climate-related risk management:

The Fed cannot even model US Treasuries. Its stress-free test would have failed to identify the imploded Silicon Valley Bank as a problem

Yet, for political reasons, the Fed is now attempting to stress test the weather.

To get the desired results, the Fed study gave St. Vincent the same weight as China.

I suggest the Fed should throw this nonsense in the garbage and stress test commercial real estate, interest rates, accelerated QT, and things that it has clearly neglected. 

That, as far as it goes, is Zero Hedge's and the Wall Street Journal's interpretation of the Federal Reserve's climate and weather-modeling study. And as far as it goes, I'm not personally inclined to reject their criticisms.

However, as you can imagine,  I strongly suspect we're really watching something quite different than just an in-house debate between the Federal Reserve and the independent experts of The Wall Street Journal.  The article cites the Federal Reserve as trying to assure us that it's study is not about affecting policy, but I'm more disturbed about what is not being said in this study. Most of the readers of this website or of my books will be aware that I view weather modification and manipulation technology  not as a matter of the distant future of science fiction, but as a current reality and accomplished fact.  Weather, and the ability to manipulate and steer it - to exacerbate or damp the intensity of storms, to intensify draughts or floods, or to cause them, to steer tornadoes or to cause them - all of these possibilities I view as more or less accomplished fact. I'm with Elana Freeland here, and her statement that because of the existence and use of such technologies there is no more such thing as purely natural weather. It is all, because of these technologies, man made, and note, that man-made does not mean nor include the usual climate disaster apocalyptic narrative: this is not cow farts, or fossil fuels, or any of the absurd nonsense that is normally associated with climate change. Those types of things are simply the narrative that has been created to mask the existence, and use, of weather manipulation technologies, technologies that can literally alter the geophysical properties of the planet itself, including its magnetosphere and the planet's relationship to the other celestial bodies in our solar system. Lest I be unclear, it is the secret military quest for such planet-manipulating technologies such as weather control, for the purpose of "force multipliers", that is the real climate crisis. Not your local cattle rancher, or oil rig. Climate change is the public narrative designed to conceal this operation and technological quest, just as UFOs were, and are, in part, a narrative designed to conceal the research and acquisition of advanced aerodyne and propulsion technologies.

In a world where "weather derivatives" are the latest financial instruments, the presence and secretive use of such technologies can be used in a kind of "insider trading", and this, pace the observation of former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Catherine Austin Fitts is what we see in "disaster capitalism": the use (or creation) of crises of opportunity to pick up assets on the cheap, and with the advent of weather derivatives, one can do a bit of insider trading  - ala the Federal Reserve's climate studies - and make a little extra money along the way on financial instruments based on the direction or trend-line of the weather!

So what I am suggesting here with the Federal Reserve's "weather modelling study" is that we have a bit of confirmation of the existence and us of such technologies. But not only that. My high octane speculation is that we're looking not at a policy motivation, but at an enforcement motivation for such studies. This enforcement motivation - i.e., the actual use of weather modification technologies to enforce policy - is, I suggest, strongly hinted at in that last sentence of the first quotation cited above: "The exercise we are launching today will advance the ability of supervisors and banks to analyze and manage emerging climate-related financial risks."  I submit that the best way to manage such risks is to control the technology that actually can modify, control, exacerbate, damp, and steer weather phenomena.

In short, I think the Fed just told us that they're the financial agents for some of the people controlling such technologies. Time will tell, of course, whether or not today's high octane speculation will be confirmed by more such stories, or if, once again, I've taken a nose-dive off the end of the speculation cliff like Wile E. Coyote...

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. Laura on April 18, 2023 at 3:26 pm

    One explanation for the study is to create the “facts” to compel a course of action that restricts investment into areas the climate cult seeks to limit.
    Given that the articles seem to indicate that the models are practically worthless, this could cast doubt on the similarly speculative climate models.

    I wonder what inputs into the model resulted in a particular risk? It would be nice to see a mainstream article describing how models can be poor approximations of realty and that models can be modified to obtain a desired result.

    • Kaibosch on April 21, 2023 at 4:58 am

      Spot on re the creation and monopolization of the “facts”. No surprise that the industries benefitting from the dervatives are energy, renewables, agriculture and retail; all the bigs that have got their hands in the till

  2. John Cawley on April 18, 2023 at 1:59 pm

    All of the proposed explanations make sense. Our lives and times are multidimensional, so we can be sure that strategies of the powerful are also richly multidimensional. The ESG angle, so au courant, is probably mostly a crafty cover. My speculation delves into derivatives. Why? Leverage. With things becoming so dicey, the financial players need even more massive leverage. Where is there high inflation, with the potential for desperate levels? Food is one example. The attack on food production can be shaped, contained or directed by weather ops. Drown or drought your enemy’s crops. Bring bounty to your own. The derivatives can be written on battlefield outcomes (wheat in Ukraine), crop yields, agricultural commodities and the weather itself. The lack of means of detection by ordinary folks is also crucial. Further, the counterparties and custodial trail of derivatives seem to be nearly as undetectable as the weather mod technology.

    Can we affect weather thru prayer? I’m pretty sure we can. And, it’s always a good idea to place the prayer in the context of seeking the highest good of all concerned.

  3. bluelectricstorm on April 18, 2023 at 12:48 am

    Nice clear explanation here, Joseph. Much appreciated. Excellent to pass on.
    Wondering what the FED /BIS meet up coming up is about……Alison McDowell has done some interesting research on the racing financial interests represented by the “repurposed drugs” trailing along with the convid scheme.
    As soon as I see the language “the exercise we are conducting….”, I see military.
    No other can coordinate the incessant flow of monies that has been pouring into this for a century, it would appear. And longer.
    I hope they hang themselves before we run out of rope.
    The eclipse..full solar eclipse, april 19-20…path falls over indonesia and parts of se asia. I would expect some news from this area soon. maybe these moves china is making toward taiwan? who knows….and other weirdnesses planned for then…loading the decks.

    • Kaibosch on April 21, 2023 at 5:18 am

      ‘They’ are major practitioners of the occult and gematria and using the energies of the eclipse cycles is a central strategy. You can almost set your watch to when events are going to occur based on the numerology and/or planetary cycles. In the UK, theyre having a test of an emergency alert which is being sent to everyone’s phone on Sunday 23rd i.e. 4/23/223. More “emergency” psy-opping to keep everyone off balance. The numerological signature of the anglo/american alliance is 322 – 223 in the reverse -so we can expect that this year will be a year of completion (in their planning) of the building phase for the rebooted future that they are trying to force us into. Im expecting a full blown stunt to bring out the CBD coupon nonsense or seizure of assets based on “emergency”… We’ve got emergency fatigue, so theyll be going big with the next one. The narratives are so obviously prepped and oven ready, its laughable.

  4. marcos toledo on April 17, 2023 at 8:40 pm

    Just wondering what skid row or opium den the Federal Reserve is holding its meeting. Even people who are weathermen know how hard it is to try to predict the weather weekly, and monthly and the Fed doesn’t know how the economy works.

    • Kaibosch on April 21, 2023 at 5:31 am


  5. Robert Barricklow on April 17, 2023 at 8:01 pm

    Just as there is no natural weather; there is no natural economy.
    Both manipulated by parasites; at the expense of their human hosts.


  6. Steve.Jinks on April 17, 2023 at 7:01 pm

    The Russies have been concerned about this since the 1990’s. In fact, there was a treaty even going back as early as the 1970’s.

    I studied with a brilliant experimental physicist in college whose claim to fame was developing the measurements to detect and measure yield for nukes using seismic signatures. Remember Edward Teller’s famous telegram, where, after the detonation of the first thermonuke, Ivy Mike (which looked like a Popov Vodka production line), had him detecting it seismically and remarking to friends, “It’s a boy.” The point of bringing this up is that having a treaty means nothing without detection capability. What good is a treaty if it preserves plausible deniability? I think part of the present scenario are new means of action without ready detectability. And that asymmetric power is a very bad think in the wrong hands.


  7. anakephalaiosis on April 17, 2023 at 6:23 pm

    Ludomania has a lunar component, that drives the obsessiveness of stupid trolls, with eyes popping out of their skulls.

    Compulsive gamblers are looking for a new sublunar playground, with loaded dices, hidden in a weather machine.

    With prospect, as tarred and feathered, their safest bet is having propelled lead, cloud seeded into cranial cavity.

    Crazy Horse always wins, playing Scythian roulette in Assyria.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 18, 2023 at 6:12 am

      BTW, money speculation, in weather manipulation derivatives, is just a fixed game, in a lunatic casino.

      It illustrates, why planets (Elohim) were seen as dubious, unless they were firmly grounded, by a solstice folkfest (Yahweh). Exodus 22:20.

      All serious calendar production is fixated in the North Star, that never betrays. (Of course, a lunar calendar isn’t so, but lunatics were never taken seriously, anyway.)

      Agrarians must fixate sowing and harvesting, and the calculation of solstices and equinoxes are the means, to that end.

      Gamblers want to fix the game, by a magic formula, whereas proto-Scythians look to the sky, fixated in the North Star.


  8. The Elephant Underground on April 17, 2023 at 4:07 pm

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/SaV2OyroJZkL/. Interesting update on Geo-Engineering now being requested to be called Bio-Engineering by the premier researcher Clifford Carnicom himself. Nice discussion with 4 of them, including Elana herself attesting to how all of that has now let directly into this.

  9. Philippe Giguere on April 17, 2023 at 3:12 pm

    My view here is that they are modelling to check if weather modifications schemes are working as intended and what to finetune.

    Aka did we modify as per plan?
    Aka did we achieve financial results as per plan?
    Were correlations work as foreseen?

    If not, what were the deviations?
    Which partners / foes have been impacted?
    How, physically? Financially?

    Then how will this impact Natural Asset Companies (on the grounds, in the financial markets)

    Is AI working as intended?
    Can we crypto this?
    Or do we need more datasets?

    These are most likely than not the types of questions being investigated. At least, that’s how I would do it.

  10. FiatLux on April 17, 2023 at 11:36 am

    I start with the premise that the financial powers don’t focus on anything they can’t manipulate or control. Thus, if they’re modeling the weather, that’s pretty good evidence they can manipulate or control it.

    I think this is also about Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) scores — a very arbitrary system of social credit scores for banks and other corporations. If a corporation doesn’t do enough for “climate change,” it will get a low score and, if the scheme works, that corporation will be starved of investment capital.

    How will they justify a high Environmental rating for their friends (such as precisely the big banks that are part of this study) and a low rating for everyone else? Why, they’ll justify it with their climate models, of course! So I see it as air cover for greater consolidation of capital in the hands of the oligopolies and cartels.

    • RBG Santa Monica on April 17, 2023 at 5:42 pm

      Yes I agree. Besides helping their friends, the models can be used to hurt their enemies. Not just with ESG, but by fine tuning ‘natural’ disasters to overly burden certain investment portfolios.

  11. The Elephant Underground on April 17, 2023 at 9:02 am

    Very, very beautifully and succinctly thought out; I’d say you’re magnificently spot on. I’ll be sharing this with those who know this is going on but stubbornly hang onto their cognitive dissonance despite the clear and undeniable evidence. Maybe as the $$$ comes under further attack, the brain cells will start to connect….? Will be alerting Elana Freeland to this post who I suspect will post on her Gab. Thanks Dr. Farrell.

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