Today's blog consists of two entirely different sets of articles, and my bit of (really) high octane speculation that they might be connected in a Robert Gates - New Japanese Government - Fukushima earthquake-and-tsunami-and-reactor-meltdown sort of way. What am I talking about?

For one thing, as the following articles from W.G. and E.E. note, Italy - which is the only  major European power showing some spine and common sense lately - has moved to ban Frankendavosmeat, which is what we're calling the artificial and synthetic "food" concoctions being advocated by the likes of Der Hochklaus von Blohschwab Freiherr von Bomburst. (And yes, I'm aware that the French are protesting like crazy against their government Davos-lacky-in-chief, M. Macron, but unfortunately the French haven't elected a government that has some spine and common sense like Italy has. So for the moment, I'm sticking with my assessment of the Italian government and the country itself). Anyway, as the following articles make clear, Italy has moved to ban Frankendavosmeat - though we sincerely hope that if Der Hochklaus swoops in on his broom for a state visit, that the Italians will feed him a steady diet of bugs, cricket breads, and Frankendavosmeats on a three-D printed pizza. You vill eat your bugs und be happy!

Anyway, here's the articles:

Italy moves to ban lab-grown meat to protect food heritage

What's very intriguing to note here is a statement by the Italian Minister for Agriculture and Food Sovereignty, Signor Francesco Lollabrigida, cited in the second article linked above:

The government of Italy has backed a bill that would ban lab-grown meat in the country to protect its rich food heritage.

If the bill passes, it would fine violators of the lab-grown meat ban up to €60,000.

“Laboratory products do not guarantee quality, well-being and the protection of our culture, our tradition,” said Minister for Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Francesco Lollobrigida on Wednesday.


He followed up on Twitter, declaring, “Italy is the first nation free from the risks of synthetic foods.”

“A courageous result from the Meloni government, a strong stance in favor of the many traditional producers, besieged by a few increasingly unscrupulous multinationals,” he tweeted.

What is interesting to note here is that Signor Lollobrigida has tied a cultural issue to a safety issue (Laboratory products do not guarantee ... well-being" and to a quality and health issue ("Italy is the first nation free from the risks of synthetic foods").  Or to put it in the clearest terms: an attack on our food, its quality, safety, and so on, is a potential attack on our health, our sovereignty, and our Italian culture.  Italy's stance is thus reminiscent of Russia's reaction to the West's (and the Ukraine's!) adoption of lax intergenerational testing standards to ram through their governments' acceptance of GMO foods and their "substantial equivalence" to regular normal food.  Russia simply rejected GMOs until such intergenerational studies could be rigorously conducted.

As for substantial equivalence, that is a form of the argument that if it looks like carrots and tastes like carrots, then it's carrots, in spite of the genetic modifications done to the GMO version, which are patentable, and with some modification, could be used to cause genetic modifications in the consumer of said GMO carrots, and thus perhaps be a way to allow the corporations producing them to assert a lein on anyone's body so genetically modified. It sounds like a far out, off-the-end-of-the-twig speculation, but I've been raising this alarm about the possibilities of GMOs and their consumption to assert such liens for some time. Add to this the quackcination technology, and the fact that Baal Gates and other synthetic food advocates have been talking about "vaccincating" populations via the introduction of their injections into GMO foods, and voila! get the picture.

With that in mind, let's turn to the other part of this possible Robert Gates - New Japanese Government - Fukushima earthquake-and-tsunami-and-reactor-meltdown scenario. Just to clarify, in case you're a new reader here and not familiar with my speculation concerning the Fukushima tsunami, earthquake, and reactor meltdown story, let's review the broad sequence of events.  You might recall that for a very brief period prior to the accession of Shinzo Abe to the Japanese premiership, that Japan elected a new government which essentially was completely out of synch with the Liberal Democratic Party governments that had ruled that country for many years, and which still does. That brief period was a considerable hiccup, for it immediately signaled its wish to renegotiate the presence of the US military base on Okinawa - a sore spot for many local Japanese and therefore with their national government - and additionally, that same Japanese government even broached the idea of a rapprochement with mainland China, suggesting the unprecedented step of a state visit of then-Emperor Akihito to that country in an attempt to bury centuries' of mistrust between the two countries, and to repair the damage to Sino-Japanese relations caused by the Japanese invasion of China during the World War.

In response to this, then US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, the only Republican hold-over in the Obama administration from the previous Bush administration, issued a statement to that Japanese government that could only have been understood to be a direct threat. Shortly after Gates' message, there was a massive earthquake in the Pacific, which caused the tsunami, which caused the reactor meltdown at Fukushima. The US then used its forces stationed in Japan to "assist" the Japanese after the disaster, thereby demonstrating the utility of not shutting down the bases on Okinawa.

My point then and now is that in a world where it is possible to weaponize the weather and geophysics itself, such "acts of God" are more likely to be "acts of a sophisticated and very secret exotic technology", and the formula for interpreting such "acts" are the geopolitical and/or financial contexts in which they occur.

This brings us back to Italy. Consider the following article shared by U.:


Note this from the article:

For a few milliseconds last Monday night, March 27th, an enormous red ring of light appeared in the sky over central Italy. Valter Binotto photographed it from the small town of Possagno in the foothills of the Italian Alps:

This is an "ELVE"--short for Emissions of Light and Very Low Frequency Perturbations due to Electromagnetic Pulse Sources. It's a rare species of sprite discovered in 1990 by cameras onboard the space shuttle. Binotto may have just taken the best ever picture of one from the ground.

"The ELVE was generated by intense lightning in a storm near Ancona about 285 km south of me," says Binotto. One bolt was so strong, it generated an intense electromagnetic pulse (EMP). The red ring marks the spot where the EMP hit Earth's ionosphere. Normal lightning bolts carry 10 to 30 kilo-ampères of current; this bolt was about 10 times stronger than normal.

Binotto created a graphic showing the scale of the ELVE:

"It was about 100 km high and nearly 360 km wide," says Binotto. "I have been photographing upper atmospheric lightning and transient luminous events (TLEs) since 2019, hundreds of them, and this is one of the biggest structures I have ever seen."

And here is the ELVE itself:

Now for those who've been following the story of ionospheric heaters like America's HAARP or Europe/Germany's EISCAT, these heaters essentially can create "channels" for plasmas - such as large lightning discharges - in the atmosphere.  With enough power and under the right conditions, the normal protection from the solar wind afforded by the Earth's magnetosphere might be turned off just long enough to create effects much more stupendous, and destructive, than this.  IN other words, the massive lightning bolt that produced this effect may have itself been the artificial creation of such a technology. After all, it packed a current much larger than the typical lightning strike.

The bottom line?

I do not view this as just "another normal incident" which an Italian with fast reflexes was fortunate enough to photograph. I think this was on the order of a message, and if so, then the message would seem to be clear: get back on the reservation, and let us rake in massive profits on synthetic foods and their patents, while we put your farmers out of business, and ruin your health.

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. Jen on April 5, 2023 at 5:55 am

    They quite explicitly do not want us to eat meat. No meat industry no pet food, Dog food is now being created with insect protein, and dogs, as omnivores, may well find it acceptable. Cats, on the other hand, are obligate carnivores and must have meat. They will not accept an insect based diet.
    The UK government recently addmitted they had considered ‘culling’ domestic pet cats during ‘the covids’.
    The much discussed upcoming ‘avian flu’ could be a pretext to get rid of the fussy little blighters!
    Also, my own cats are refusing their usual brands of food, something has changed. Pet food brands ultimately go back to the Big Food Corporations.
    Cats are now the canaries in the coalmine!

  2. Johnofthegentiles on April 5, 2023 at 1:11 am

    Frankenfoods and HAARP/EISCAT like America are constructs of English and German Rosicrucian magi who have been at war with the Catholic Church for centuries. As the biblical book of Revelation so attests, this war will end with the destruction of Rome and the Vatican. The end is near.

    • Johnofthegentiles on April 5, 2023 at 1:45 am

      If one should care to peruse the Bible they would find HAARP is the technology employed by the Elohim fallen angels known to Freemasons/Rosicrucians as seirim demons who receive this name from the fact that they originate from the Sirius star system

      • anakephalaiosis on April 5, 2023 at 5:22 am

        Man is created in the image (sundial) of Yahweh-Elohim, and Proto-Scythians only considered Elohim (planets) bad, when not accompanied by Yahweh (folkefest solstice).

        Catholicism is basically a Praetorian Guard psyop, and counterintelligence makes its own controlled oppositions, and therefore German Rosicrucianism is Catholic by another name.

        Freemasonry was set up, as a safe house for former Jesuit agents, who were facing persecution for war crimes, after the European wars of religion.

        Today, it is a major taboo, to reveal, that Jesuits are secret handlers, behind Freemasonry, that answers to papacy, as crypto-Catolics.

  3. FiatLux on April 4, 2023 at 6:21 am

    What stands out most to me is that the agriculture minister said, “Laboratory products do not guarantee . . . the protection of our culture, our tradition.” Whether he was sincere or not, this shows he believes his audience is concerned with protecting their country’s culture and tradition. The mere acknowledgment that a country has a culture and traditions — let alone that those are something worth protecting — is a real departure from Globaloney doctrine.

    The Globaloney and Davos crowds want nothing so much as to erase all cultural and tradition, in order to eliminate the nation-state and turn human society into an undifferentiated mass of clay, to be molded and remolded at will. A passing familiarity with human anthropology is enough to show up that agenda as a lost cause, since humans and culture and inseparable; take their culture away, and people will eventually build another or (as in Russia’s case) return to that which they were forced to abandon.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 4, 2023 at 11:26 am

      Well said!

    • Jen on April 5, 2023 at 5:41 am

      As I can’t uptick you, I will just add another ‘well said”.

  4. anakephalaiosis on April 4, 2023 at 3:10 am

    International mafia finance (globalism) is in the business of killing nation states (goyim), and thwart the last resistance of indigenous autonomy.

    In history, such attempts have been made before, when the Assyrian empire (Moloch) deported the proto-Scythians, and besieged Jerusalem.

    What is of interest, is the means, whereby such imperial structures can be defeated, and those means happen to be the forerunner of Scythian-Christianity.

    Scythian epistemology has proven victorious before, and Odin’s eight-legged horse strikes fear into enemies, and turns their legs into spaghetti.

  5. Brendan on April 4, 2023 at 12:36 am

    I think it was the Italians who mastered the art of giving hand gestures in defiant response.

    • anakephalaiosis on April 4, 2023 at 3:43 am

      No, they didn’t, because the Praetorian Guard only simulated the Germanic tribes. The original greeting occurs spontaneously amongst warrior bards. It just happens.

      It happens naturally, when a sphere greets another sphere, or a body of spheres. American epistemology doesn’t allow spheres to exist, because Americans are orcs.

      When a warrior bard walks around, inside his own insight, the outer appearance becomes a lesser realm, and the visionary presence becomes creation in Genesis.

      Those enslaved can’t fathom such freedom, in their fallen state of enslavement.

      • anakephalaiosis on April 4, 2023 at 4:21 am

        BTW, when a Scythian warrior enters into “bard mode”, he speaketh the word, and walketh the talk, quite literally.

        Of course, there are oratorical geniuses in America, but they are not as deeply rooted, culturally, as in Europe.

        What mistakenly is called heathen, is the last line of defense, against imperial onslaught, defying Rome.

        In Europe, there is a two millennia ongoing battle, and the USA’s embassies are ClA fortifications of the Vatican.

  6. eddyminimum on April 4, 2023 at 12:00 am

    Fascinating phenomenon and equally fascinating speculation. Much to study and ponder. Thanks for posting.

  7. Richard on April 3, 2023 at 10:16 pm

    A good-a-time as any to ponder that phrase, “You are what you eat.” Quite literally, actually, as your very genome relies on what and how nutrients, proteins, vitamins, enter the body proper, how they’re absorbed, and how the body’s response to exceptional cuisine, that often dates back into ancient times, beckons for more of the same good eats. Even earlier from the greater Mediterranean region as well as African, Asian, and northern countries as they’re called today. All of these components are synonymous with the ingredients that have come to be exquisite dining. The phrase, using a cultural slant, [you are not what you do not eat] might become something of a phrase in future with synthetics and phony-balonies. Rest assured, the greater Big Food Industry will want to know the impact on their profit margins from fat-food-incorporated if not already merging into new food manufacturing techniques. Makes one wonder if there’s to follow a definition change, too, of [food].

    Should one stand back a ways and review observations on meat cuisine incorporated it’s usually herd animals, namely bovine in nature, that make headlines and spoofs on why they should Not be et.

    In a world of practiced omnivores and carnivores and of this schizophrenic upright simian type there remain questions of the sanctity of life throughout the animal kingdom that might pose a need to shift from the slaughterhouse version of animal protein to the laboratory-synthesized protein.

    Not one to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations,” but each time this business of bovine-meat-market-stuff comes up one thinks of Ancient Egypt, the Constellation Taurus, and Hathor and all of the accoutrements associated with the Ancients then and now. The [Why] of it is still a pursuit of interest as are that of the Ancients. A question probably lurks in the background somewhere, “Do you eat red meat off the hoof?” That answer is “No.” That’s not to say one never had. On the contrary, one can recall it being very tasty – it probably still is, medium rare, and off a hickory grill. One’s shift from red meat, as I recall, began when one was introduced to the Ancients and all of the accoutrements that still go with that eye-opening experience decades ago. “Does one support this fabricated abomination of phony meats?” “No.” In one’s view, you have to go deeper into this terrestrially based ingestion scheme to arrive at a reasonable means of bio cellular sustenance.

    That “Italy moves to ban lab-grown meat to protect food heritage,” in one’s view, is a good thing as it also addresses, if only subliminally, the root cause of why meat, and all of its associated activities of hunting, preparation, and preserving became a much treasured staple of many cultures. It’s quite a busy sequence of events. And also, why some tribes give thanks to the animals spirit for their gift of material sustenance to live another day. There needs to be an effort made to curtail food waste before letting phony meat take center grill for any supper table. “Has anyone considered the chemicals used to process this pretty-packaged knockoff?” Maintaining the human biome is a major logistical endeavor and resource hog, if ever there was any.

    The other items photographed over Italy might be remnants of portal presentation or have something to do with the Bosnian Pyramid Project. There were photo sessions of pyramidal locations due east, across the Adriatic Sea from that red ringed photo location, near Nicola Tesla’s birth of origin, that have shown strange energy formations using a unique photo resolution technique.

    Dr Sam Osmanagich, and his team are working out the details of their Bosnian Pyramid Project in regards to Non-Hertzian frequency emissions they claim to have recorded near what was first thought of as natural hills in central Bosnia and Herzegovina despite what some presumptive detractors of Egyptology assert. One claim is that they are the largest human-made ancient pyramids in Europe, near the town of Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina and town of Sarajevo.

  8. Sugaree on April 3, 2023 at 9:22 pm

    Lots of food for thought (pun intended) reading this. It makes sense that it was a message that they need to get on the bug train or else. I hope the Italians hold strong.

  9. marcos toledo on April 3, 2023 at 7:57 pm

    Crime Syndicates masquerading as NGOs and Philantrophipists to paraphrase Herman Goering when I hear the word philanthropist I draw my gun. Anyone for CHICKEN LITTLE?

  10. DanaThomas on April 3, 2023 at 3:00 pm

    Thanks for posting, I have to admit that despite following a wide range of real news channels I had not come across this “ELVE” report. The banning of fake meat is of course a good thing, but the selfsame Minister of Agriculture, whom I knew back in the day when I engaged in party politics, also signed a decree allowing insect-based flour… not long after declaring in public that it would never happen. This NATO/WEF colonial administration in Rome that passes for a government is a truly sad sight, but the Italians will overcome this too, as on many occasions in the past.

  11. Robert Barricklow on April 3, 2023 at 11:16 am

    Remember when the military was used as the enforcer?
    Are “they” now using weather warfare, and other “acts of God”;
    as their enforcement arm?
    Ironically, “they’re” using the substantial equivalent to God,
    weather and thunderbolts[rods of God]; as their signature deception,
    in weapons, foods, and democratic governance – all of which are fake.
    In other words, “they” are fake gods, fake humans, fake governments, fake economies.
    Their motto: Fake until you make it.

    Running late…
    White Rabbit

    • poronkusema on April 3, 2023 at 3:16 pm

      Yes sir. And we are all “running late” as well.

    • poronkusema on April 3, 2023 at 3:21 pm

      All the fake meat, GMO, GMH, etc. must be carefully cooked with (ELVE) sprite by a robot dog until well done.

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