Today's blog about superluminosity - faster-than-light phenomena - might seem far removed from the previous two blogs this week, about the stamped or face value of money versus its intrinsic value, or about the problems that artificial intelligence poses not only for cyber-security, but more especially for the idea of central bank digital currencies, and the power-hungry people that want to put them into place and use them as mechanisms of control.   For those, however, who have been following the latter issue, superluminal signal propagation, in conjunction with artificial intelligence, or any "higher dimensional life-form" it might transduce, is I would submit a nightmare scenario that the likes of Mr. Globalooney has no pool of experts and technocrats capable of dealing with it.  In any such case, an exorcist would seem to be more capable of "dealing with it" than a modern technocrat, but that requires a kind of expertise and character that technocrats do not even like, much less acknowledge the existence of, and an exorcist or even whole teams of them might not be adequate to the task, and even they might admit it. And for those paying very close attention, these articles also speak directly to certain phenomena and conceptions I've outlined in my Giza Death Star Revisited book which was just published. The first paper linked below in fact talks about a velocity of pi divided by two times the velocity of light discovered by Wheatstone and Nikola Tesla, a number (pi divided by two) which is embodied in the structure of the Great Pyramid itself as a relationship of the height to the base of the structure.

What I'm  talking about are two fascinating papers shared by K.M.:

Observing Superluminal Signal Propagation Along A Single Wire Transmission Line

What is unique about this paper is not so much its confirmation of Tesla's observations about longitudinal electrical impulses and the speed of their propagation, but rather how, once again, an observation is at variance with a theory  (in this case, Maxwell's, though I suspect that in this case, the Maxwell theory being considered is not the original).

But the paper that K.M. shared that I really want to focus on is this:

Electronic data transmission at three times the speed of light and data rates of 2000 bits per second over long distances in buffer amplifier chains

Now you'll notice that the last article is not from any peer-reviewed journal.  Let me add, however, that this does not have nearly the cachet that it sued to, since peer-review is increasingly under fire for a variety of reasons, from peer-review being simply a code-name for "orthodoxy enforcement" of a particular theory at the expense of real observed phenomena, to well-known academic journals that have been caught red-handed publishing articles of academic sounding gibberish, in some cases, gibberish "written" by artificial intelligence programs.

We'll get back to artificial intelligence in a moment.

What I want people to consider - just by way of a "thought experiment" - are the implications of the method hinted at in the second paper linked about, and hinted at within the first few paragraphs of the paper, including the abstract.  First, consider what the abstract says:

During the experimental testing of basic assumptions in electrical engineering, it has become apparent that ultra-low-frequency (ULF) voltage signals in coaxial cables with a length of only a few hundred meters propagate significantly faster than light. The starting point for this discovery was an experiment in which a two-channel oscilloscope was connected to a signal source via both a short and a long coaxial cable. It was observed that the delay between the two channels for short cables and low frequencies can be so small that the associated phase velocity exceeds the speed of light by one order of magnitude. To test whether the discovered eect can be exploited to transmit information over long distances, a cable was examined in which the signal was refreshed at regular distances by buer amplifiers. The results show that such a setup is indeed suitable for transmitting wave packets at three times the speed of light and bit rates of approximately 2 kbit/s over arbitrary distances. The statement that information cannot propagate faster than light seems to be false and can no longer be sustained.
Now that's quite a whopper, and it clearly apparently flies directly in the face of Einstein's special relativity. After all, we all "know" that he said nothing propagates faster than light, and certainly not any sort of information, right?
Now consider this paragraph (the third in the article if one counts the abstract), which contains the hint of what the author is getting at:
In the past, however, the transmission of information via telephone cables played a key role in communications engineering, and there even arose a separate discipline dealing with the transmission properties of electrical cables. This sub-discipline of electrical engineering, known as the transmission line theory, is based on the telegrapher’s equations [1, p. 307 et seq]. It is primarily concerned with the question of how signals propagate in transmission lines whose length is roughly the order of the wavelength of the transmitted signals or longer. However, ULF signals have wave lengths of 100 - 1000 kilometers, and it is obvious that transmission line theory may provide incorrect results for cables of short lengths.
(Emphases added)
It's those italicized and bold-faced portions that are disclosing a profound implication, and additionally a profound hidden assumption in most physical thinking since Einstein, and the hint is contained in that idea that there can be electromagnetic signals of such extraordinarily long wave-lengths. hundreds or thousands of kilometers long, that are longer than the cables carrying them. What happens to the velocity of such signals?
It transpires that the transmission line theory does indeed fail for short cables and low frequencies. Nevertheless, it is rather astonishing that there is not a single experiment that measures the phase velocities of ULF signals in cables that are very short as compared with the transmitted wavelength. The author can only assume that this omission is related to the apparent lack of technological relevance, the dominance of the special theory of relativity, and the belief that someone else has already performed such measurements. In fact, the question of how fast slowly oscillating electrical signals propagate is of great theoretical interest. If one permits the idea that the vacuum is a dielectric medium, the propagation velocity would be a simple material constant; at the same time, however, it would be unclear how fast the actual electrical force propagates. Some scientists have studied this question theoretically and experimentally by investigating how fast the electric force propagates in
the three-dimensional space around moving charges in the near-field [2] [3]. (Emphasis added)
And there you have it: the "dominance of the special theory of relativity" has, in a sense, blinded people from seeing the obvious, and it has highlighted a hidden assumption in Einstein's theory that we may highlight by posing a problem: if there can be electromagnetic signals of extremely low frequency whose wavelengths are hundreds or thousands of kilometers long, can there not be wavelengths so long that they exceed the distance of the velocity of light itself? Can there not,  in other words, be wavelengths in excess of 186,000 miles, the velocity of light in one second? And if so, can there not be wavelengths longer than the velocity of light in any unit of the measurement of time?
The answer is, of course, yes. But if that's the case, then it means that the "peaks and troughs" of one such wave are in fact traveling faster than light.  And what are the peaks and troughs of such a wave? They are information. And that means that information can create, and sustain in existence, structures that are truly vast in size and extent, structures like our own galaxy, which are literally held together by superluminal phenomena, phenomena of superluminal information transfer.
And if that's the case, then there's a whole physics waiting to be discovered, free of the dead hand of special relativity.
Or to put it differently and more bluntly, Tesla, and Ives, were right.
See you on the flip side.

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. Peter on May 22, 2023 at 12:15 pm

    I was on the Amazon waitlist for the Giza Death Star Revisited, and was told they were out of stock. I am hoping that is because there have been so many orders. Best wishes!

  2. Ray Story on May 21, 2023 at 7:20 pm

    I ordered your latest book , GIZA DEATH STAR REVISITED from Amazon but they are out of stock. I hope that’s because of high demand, Amazon certainly does not threaten the speed of light as the fastest way to communicate yet.

  3. Richard on May 21, 2023 at 3:18 am

    Non Hertzian seems the way to Be rather than awaiting the snails’ pace luminis velocitas. Apparently no delay.

  4. marcos toledo on May 19, 2023 at 7:13 pm

    Could the reason SETI has not picked up any extra-solar signals is that the signals are being transmitted faster than light and encoded so that barbarians like us can’t tap into them or the real leaders behind SETI are not telling us suckers what is really going on and who are they communicating with.

  5. Marco Fredriks on May 19, 2023 at 5:27 pm

    Is it time to rediscover what is meant by the universe. Could it be that we are in a simulation under a plasma dome? Information is materialized by observation, which is proven by the double slit expiriment. Its our consciousness who is the observer in this reality and is the one materilaising the information (or the original creators). Just like you sitting on the coach playing a nintendo game. When you walk through the game parcels of information are matarialised and via cloudanker (he, where else did we hear this term) kept in its place.

  6. Robert Barricklow on May 19, 2023 at 5:26 pm

    Loved it!
    Peer review as an euphemism for “orthodoxy enforcement”.

    Non-locality, may be the long answer.

  7. Kevin Ryan on May 19, 2023 at 10:42 am

    If we are all huddled around the campfire chatting on our devices, our information exchanges taking place at the speed of light are more than adequate to gripe about politics, the latest Ant Man movie, or the price of tea in China. But this ultra low frequency business conjures the idea of Fangorn conversing with his slow-speaking Ent companions. It seems that if the frequency is very long, a way to increase the rate of information transfer would be to shift to a higher gear, as it were, to move the conversation to a speed faster than light. (Remember the old Fed Ex commercial with the fast-talking guy – FastPacedWorld?) The word “Ent” is derived from an Old English word for “giant.” The giants in our world are stars, nebula and black holes. Maybe these ultra low frequencies are how they converse. Or sing. Like whales in space.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 21, 2023 at 5:25 am

      Yes, that defines Elohim, as a concert of celestial giants, that influence man’s free will, predeterminedly or inspirationally, depending on man’s point of view.

      The celestial weekday objects were known as “tungols”, in Old English, and it is these seven aspects of man’s psyche, that C.S. Lewis explores in the Chronicles of Narnia.

      Tungol means “homestead chant” (tun+gol), as sound of celestial homestead, in music of spheres. (Gol is preterite of galan (chant), like sung/song is preterite of singing.)

      In Old Norse, fire is “eldr”, which makes Elohim simply fireballs, restrained by year’s woe, Yahweh, as law assembly, at solstice gathering.

      • marshallgeese on May 21, 2023 at 8:34 pm

        I think I may have a high Scythian quotient.
        I took a closer look with a different DNA company. I have Berengian, Athabaskan and Diné speaking Siberians and A Denesovin from Siberia. There is also a lot of Southern Russian from Neanderthal down through different step people. There is Paleo Indian Also. Some of the Inuit I have is Greenland Inuit! Or am I a Nefalim. Or a little of both. Oh, and I have two Brazilian tribal ancestors from about 400 to 475 years ago. I was not expecting that.

        • anakephalaiosis on May 22, 2023 at 4:43 am

          Ideas are persistent, while languages travel and change. What is of interest, is a tribal leader named Abram, who created a strict ethnostate, that lasted a millennium, until civil war, deportation, and enslavement, tore it apart.

          Out of this chaos, the Scythians emerged, and defeated the Assyrian empire, and spread over continents, and the major bulk became Europe of today, with epicenter around Odin, as the highest rank amongst Scythians.

          Odin (adon) means simply rank of natural authority, a patriarchal stand-in for Abram, whose clan was defined, by the moot point of “free will, versus necessary restraint of free will”, and that is the real meaning of Elohim-Yahweh.

          Today, I am Odin – hypothetically – according to tradition, and anyone is welcome, to put me out of my misery, by explaining the tokens of Odin, his runes, his eight-legged horse etc.

          • marshallgeese on May 22, 2023 at 11:05 am

            I would love to fly free on a Comanche’s Eagles Wing 🐎

  8. Michael UK on May 19, 2023 at 9:47 am

    From reading what literature is available, most of this subject matter (excuse the pun!) is very deep black projects and most highly classified. Some scientists believe that Interstellar Clouds – formed of gas, plasma and dust could possess intelligence and form a vast transmission network for information across the Galaxy. Further, there may also be way stations that act as transmitter nodes. There is a most interesting academic paper published about the possibilty of using Pulsar Stars for galactic scale communications.

  9. InfiniteRUs on May 19, 2023 at 8:13 am

    Ah, the importance of point of view of scale in measurement observations. Information traveling in waves are by their very nature repeating themselves at predictable intervals. Is the Universe itself not reducible to countless interacting electro-magnetic and gravitonic wave induced phenomenon or information? If so may the Universe in it’s entirety re-project itself at some point at lets say the most finite sub-atomic level? The greater projects the lesser and the lesser projects the greater? Below is as above! And might our Universe help project another another unobservable to us Universe at an even greater scale. May each Universe project it’s own scale of light speed according to it’s scale of existence? Learning to tap into and warp space-time energy at a greater scale may give us the power required for wormhole travel through our then not so vast Universe after all.

  10. Michael UK on May 19, 2023 at 7:14 am

    • InfiniteRUs on May 20, 2023 at 12:27 pm

      ELF waves require huge miles long antenna and lots of power to transmit and receive signals. But a few countries have built them to communicate with submarines supposedly. We can also use the Earth’s Ionosphere to amplify and broadcast them. Now if we could use HAARP to beam an ELF signal to the Sun and use the Sun’s much vaster field to amplify and re-broadcast our signals to other Solar systems then that would be inter Galactic communications a more advanced civilization may have already achieved. Could be why the US shut theirs down. Perhaps we were picking up “OTHER’S” communications.

  11. anakephalaiosis on May 19, 2023 at 5:49 am

    In a dipolar vacuum, Elijah can kick Fireballs, and Fireballs can kick Elijah, in an electric arc solar system, as root spread of thunder plants.

    Apparently, news of thunder travels faster than lightning, in the depths of the great gap.


    An empty wine sack came travelling,
    from Scythia, on pub crawling,
    and no grape was safe
    from unbehave,
    and Jerusalem was headaching.

  12. ats on May 19, 2023 at 5:47 am

    WOW Joseph. Just wow.

    If this experiment proves correct, this signals (pun not intended) a whole new scientific era for human kind. It’s also deceptively obvious and logical now that it’s been pointed out. Wavelengths longer than the distance of the frequency of the speed of light necessarily must travel faster than the speed of light to exist.

    You could signal information instantaneously (or at any speed you wished) at any distance by simply modifiying the wavelength through the medium and power modulation.

    Who knows what sort of superluminal vibrational structures exist in the universe. There might be sources of constant superluminal carrier waves which might act as piggybacks for information highways for civilizations or even power sources.

    I think a logical prime place to start looking would be the central “black holes” (they’re not blackholes) of galaxies. Seems like a perfect candidate to use as a medium for galaxywide transmissions, if they are a source for these superluminal waves.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 19, 2023 at 6:41 am

      There ain’t no human, only man, and he ain’t kind, as he is Scythian warrior, who toasts skull cups, at Last Supper, and brings no peace, only sword. Matthew 10:34.

      Jonah was swallowed, by a “superluminal, vibrational structure”, and then spat out less lukewarm. Black holes are gravitational giants, whom stars dance around.

      It is in deep, dark silence, that creation is rebooted, and those twinkly objects, upon black velvet, are mere glistening entertainment, around universal gravitas.

      Man speaks tongue of deep gap, and that is, what man is, speaking from druidic grave.

      • anakephalaiosis on May 19, 2023 at 7:26 am

        BTW, the sweaty beast of burden is the “humid man”, a human, who secretes humidity, as token of his status, in contrast to the Roman, who only knows moisture in his bath.

        Paraphrasing Tacitus, then “endorsement of civilization is a measure of enslavement”, and import of Roman words becomes an invisible slave necklace, around the bardic neck.

        Another method of ‘divide and rule’ is dividing men, into urbanus and paganus, patricians and plebeians, which is contrary to the folkish tribal structure of indigenous Europeans.

        In a modern version, EU bureaucrats are a breakaway society, who worship a golden calf in the Vatican, groomed by a Jesuit-controlled Freemasonry.

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