This story about the Vatican possibly entering the crypto-"currency" craze comes from M.D., to whom we are grateful for sharing it.  If it's true, which we assume here it is for the sake of our high octane speculation and the warning that speculation contains, the story is that the Vatican, it seems, it getting ready to roll out its own crypto-currency:

Frankly, I've been predicting for over two decades (see the final chapter of my four volume "tome", God, History, and Dialectic available on Lulu) that the Vatican, by dint of its papal claims, would not only be "captured" by the "New World Order," but would lead it, and much of that thinking has in recent years only been reinforced by the emerging financial order. So I'm a bit surprised that this story took so long to appear.

But the article contains the clear reason for the Vatican to become involved with so called crypto-currencies:

The source has also verified that the new Coin will be on a public, permissionless blockchain, and will be functionally similar to Bitcoin, with a few unique features to scale to their anticipated massive adoption:

“We’re in talks with several companies, including Blockstream, for support, but right now It looks a lot like Bitcoin might in a few years. We want anyone concerned with their soul to be able to access it. Part of the transaction fees go to the Church, so people that can’t afford to tithe can contribute that way. We’re also using a thin block network that we’re equipping to handle massive activity. The Protocol architects are affectionately calling it brimstone.”


“We’ll be implementing nodes and mining hardware in every church we can practically fit the system to, and encouraging individual churches to run a digital collection plate on their nodes, and put QR codes on the bottom of their physical equivalents as well as the prayer boxes. We’re hesitant to implement smart contracts from the get-go, though, because we don’t want to send the wrong message. In the eyes of God, there’s only one Infallible entity in our world, and he can’t be expected to arbitrate complicated algorithms alone.”

There you have it.

What emerges from these few short paragraphs is something truly breathtaking, which may be summarized as follows: (1) globalism requires global currency and global instituions, (2) the Vatican is a genuinely global institution with (3) its own global claims to global authority in the papacy itself (which claims, let it be noted, are disputed by the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Coptic Church, the Nestorian Church, and the various Protestant churches, all of which at one time or another have viewed those claims as resonances of anti-christ), (4) the Vatican plans to implement a crypto-currency at the level of individual parish churches and tie it all into a system of financial clearing and transaction to enable the Church to charge a fee for transactions, (5) this transaction fee system doubtless to be tied into and coordinated by the Vatican bank.

Think of it as a kind of Papalpaypal system... on steroids.

But note what could happen here (and I strongly suspect, what will happen here): this crypto-"currency" will become a convenient basis for the exchange of currencies from one into another: it will be a more or less ecclesiastically sanctioned "unit of account" on the scale of the World Bank's and IMF"s "Special Drawing Rights", and thus eventually could become a currency of its own...

...and like all crypto-"currencies", it is not a currency at all, but a corporate coupon (in this case, of the corporation of the Roman Catholic Church), and thus tied to its unique doctrines... things like indulgences, purgatory, and a system of social engineering and credits (think indulgences again) and "cancellations" like...oh, I don't know, the Inquisition maybe?  Do what he says, or be "debanked" and lose your ability to transact... standing in the temple of God and with god-like claims...

... sound familiar?

(For those with eyes to see and ears to hear, it's time to restore the anathemata to your Synodikons...)

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. Paolo on September 9, 2023 at 10:18 pm

    And so, it begins….as a joke.

    This time, as FASCISM is rolled out, it will be Global in scale and endorsed by the (un)Holy Catholic Church.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 10, 2023 at 5:15 am

      A joke is surprising angle, from outside the categories, whereas autism is being entrenched in stereotypes.

      The shaman travels, in all directions simultaneously, and that is an overflowing mindset, like an exploding sun.

      The shaman becomes the river, changing, while still being the same, stretching, from spring source, to open ocean.

      Pits are those graves, we dig ourselves, when Montezuma runs out of spiked chocolate.

    • cobo on September 10, 2023 at 6:35 pm

      I think you’ve nailed it, Paolo

  2. newbraveworlds on September 9, 2023 at 10:10 am

    Dr Farrell this article was an April fools joke, just look at the end of it. I really think sources need to be properly checked and vetted.

    • rohat77 on September 9, 2023 at 1:32 pm

      100% April fool’s joke. WHY would Dr. Farrell post something like this NOW?? I posted this article on X without reading the original article CLOSELY… I was the fool spreading the dreaded “misinformation”.

      Why post a 7 year old April fool’s joke now?? Dr. Farrell?

      • anakephalaiosis on September 9, 2023 at 4:34 pm

        In the “The Name of the Rose”, by Umberto Eco, there is a secret manuscript about humour, that is banned, because the Vatican can’t take a joke. Sean Connery plays in the movie version.

        During the Reformation, the French playwright Molière used humour, as a weapon against the Jesuits, and their Inquisition, whom he depicted in the theatrical play “Tartuffe”.

        In Scandinavia, Odin is a pub god, and his myths are humourous, and his two brothers, Will & Woe, are originally Elohim-Yahweh, which makes one wonder, how humour got lost in the Bible translations.

        The Vatican is the epicenter of boredom, because the devil is a party pooper.

    • ExternalObserver on September 9, 2023 at 4:16 pm

      The article was meant to be a tongue-in-cheek advertisement for HolyTransaction, a crypto exchange founded in 2014.

  3. DanaThomas on September 9, 2023 at 6:42 am

    Off topic. Great interview of Dr. Farrell by Tino, though I was disappointed about the latter’s somewhat superficial pro-Ukraine stance. This reminds me of another blogger who used to interview Joseph quite a lot – older members will recall this – but who then “went off the deep end” in support of Nazi agendas.

    • TheThinker101 on September 10, 2023 at 9:03 pm

      Yup I remember those as well ! Really too bad 🙁 the more interviews of Joseph the better !

      GeorgeAnne Hughes was the best though. Her conversation format was awesome. I want more shows to be like hers.

      God Bless

  4. cobo on September 9, 2023 at 1:48 am

    “If we weren’t so crazy, we’d all go insane” let the fun begin

  5. johnycomelately on September 8, 2023 at 11:18 pm

    Sounds eerily like the Jerusalem temple tax.

    Judeans were required to purchase sacred silver coins issued by the temple with profane gold Roman coins for tithing, of course the exchange rate was 10:1 so the temple made a killing. No wonder Jesus Christ took a whip to them. (I wonder what they did with the profane coins)

    So the Vatican will require physical labor, sweat and tears in exchange for nebulous algorithmic digital digits. I wonder if it will count for indulgences?

    Surely this can’t go wrong? There must be a Saint of accountants somewhere?

    • anakephalaiosis on September 9, 2023 at 2:34 am

      The political reason was horse watering, and the extortion prices on cistern water, which was in short supply, and that effectively barred the Scythians from entering Jerusalem.

      This policy collided, with the Roman military interests, and obstructed the Romans only option of recruiting Scythian mounted archery, which led to a political compromise: an aqueduct.

      Pontius Pilate was appointed, as the head of engineering, not as a politician, and local sabotage threatened his career, and therefore he made a deal with the tin traders, behind the scenes.

      The gospels are suspiciously silent, about the aqueduct, which becomes the curious case of “the dog, that didn’t bark in the nigh-time”.

      • rohat77 on September 9, 2023 at 4:26 pm

        Didn’t Pontius Pilate confiscate a lot of gold that was headed for the Temple to pay for the construction of the aquaduct??? Which caused a HUGE stir!! I don’t remember where I read about that tho…

        • anakephalaiosis on September 9, 2023 at 5:22 pm

          Caiaphas opposed the aqueduct, and sabotaged the construction work in secret, and stirred up brawl in the streets, to destroy Pilates’ career, because construction delay, overextended budget, and failure to uphold Pax Romana, would look bad on his résumé. Forcing Caiaphas to pay, for local sabotage, instigated by him, is logical.

          Caiaphas controlled the underground rainwater cisterns, and used the infrastructure bottleneck, as scarcity extortion on horse watering, to bar the unwanted Scythians from entering Jerusalem, because the wild pub crawls, of the steppe warriors, disrupted the parasites’ mind control.

          Not everyone in Judea was of the founding tribe, and Caiaphas, together with the oligarchy in control, were foreign, parasitic infiltrators, whom the Romans had put into control, and who were creating their own private melting pot, by destroying the original culture, which meant banning the winter solstice gathering: Yahweh, the annual jubilee.

          It is hard to ban the word Yahweh, when Scythians, drunk on wine, are shouting it from the rooftops.

  6. josh on September 8, 2023 at 9:21 pm

    Big story. Thanks. According to Fortune Germain (yes, the Count’s direct descendant), Covid was so successful that CBDC’s have been moved up to be implemented by 2025. Gold/silver will be made illegal again. Perhaps it’s subject to change based upon collective behavior (trying to be optimistic hah), so we’ll just have to wait & see.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 9, 2023 at 1:55 am

      Charlatan St. Germain, from the Illuminati crowd, of washed out Jesuits, must be promising make-believe gold again.

      It is only true, if one believes it, and duped audience has been taken in, by a dashing title, selling six million bridges in Brooklyn.

      Starstruck Hollywood believers dance around a golden calf, in a cinematic souffleur alchemy, and sacrifice popcorn, to a celluloid deity.

      Hollywoodism is a flea circus, from Eastern Europe.

  7. marcos toledo on September 8, 2023 at 6:40 pm

    Indulgences isn’t that what helped get the Vatican in trouble and brought on the Protestant Reformation hasn’t the Vatican not learned from its mistakes?

  8. Barbara on September 8, 2023 at 5:15 pm

    I doubt that Vatican will go digital currency way. They have been cozying up with Rothschilds recently and if I am not mistaken, that rotten family mysteriously has been left out of the idea of CBDC.
    Looks like military deep state fraction of C of G, holds all crucial sofware for all digital currencies.

  9. anakephalaiosis on September 8, 2023 at 2:58 pm

    1. The original proto-Scythian position was a social contract, based on logic and reason (Elohim-Yahweh), which applied debt-cancellation, by common law, at seven years intervals, in the Bronze Age politics.

    2. To ensure multilateral balance, the twelve chieftains, of the zodiac tribe, had an equal say, which could compensate for an occasional nincompoop, but not a ruling dynasty of nincompoops.

    3. After a tragic civil war, the template of man was – at some point along the timeline – upgraded, to a 32-point compass, because the 4-point and 8-point compasses were too general, and not specific enough.

    4. The seven seals, in the Book of Revelation, follow the path of the sundial, beginning and ending with heaven, as the “eight seal”, which is why man is born from above, and returns to heaven in death.

    5. The Bronze Age philosophy of the proto-Scythians was based on diametrical oppositions, with a balancing point in the middle – a druidic triad – which is symbolised in the scales of law, still to this very day.

    6. When the ten tribes were deported, they escaped north, and regrouped westward, beyond the Caucasus Mountains, and retaliated during the 7th century BC, and became known to the Greek historians, as the Scythians.

    7. The Scythians developed martial arts – which became their trademark – based on the 8-point compass, which produced, what later became known, as the Parthian shot, that bolstered steppe dominance.

    8. The Judahites were liberated from Babylonian captivity, and then given the task of overseeing the Jerusalem trade, between proto-Scythian descendants, which included Scythian hides, British tin, and – of course – wine.

    9. The Roman occupation of Judea resulted in suppression of the Judahites, who became “lost children”, and through a Scythian-British intervention, aided by a secret Roman cooperation, an exodus was instigated to Britain.

    10. A planned new Jerusalem, in Britain, was unfortunately thwarted, by the Roman invasion into Britain, and the Scythians – who were entering Europe, as Saxons, at the time – arrived too late, to prevent the fall of Britain.

    11. Eventually, relentless attacks, by Scythian descent, would bring down Rome, like Nineveh, whom the Scythians, in retaliation, had wiped out a millennium before, while toasting Assyrians to hell, by drinking skull cups.

    12. Even though Constantine dismembered the Praetorian Guard, they reassembled nevertheless in secret, and set up the Vatican, to regain former provinces in Europe, by means of psychological warfare.

    13. When the Vatican succeed, in taking over Britain, then the 32-point compass, from Scythia, became suppressed as heathen, and the druidic clerics hid in remote places, like Iceland and Faroe Islands.

    14. For the Vatican, to be able, to roll out the fake discovery of the Americas, then the former port to the New World – the Old Norse settlement in Greenland – had to be removed off the map, to secure exclusive exploit of the American continent.

    15. The Reformation was a controlled opposition, with a hidden purpose, to populate the Americas with refugees, fleeing from genocide, whereas the battle line itself – between Protestants and Catholics – is still Scythian vs. Assyrian.

    16. To instigate, maintain and prolong the European wars of religion, the Vatican agents rolled out a Jesuit recruitment office, for bureaucrats, which became synonymous with the Inquisition.

    17. After the European wars of religion, the Jesuits triple agents had become a reliability, to the Vatican, and they were therefore morphed into Freemasonry, as a new cloak, to provide deniability.

    18. At the end of the 18th century, a Vatican plan was put into place, by former Jesuits, to use Freemasonry, to subvert and decapitate all Protestant monarchies, and replace them with Jewish throne agents.

    19. Today, he Vatican’s world dominion plan is almost completed, with exception of Russia, who is gathering indigenous voices around the globe, to bolster resistance, against the Vatican imperial plan.

    20. As long, as BRICS stands in the way, the roll out of a global Vatican currency will never succeed, and followed by moral bankruptcy, the pontiff will spiral down, into his own pit of hell, and burn, in his own inferno.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on September 8, 2023 at 10:22 pm

      I am not so convinced that the BRICS group ultimately will stand in the way…

      • anakephalaiosis on September 9, 2023 at 1:09 am

        21. Abram’s twelve-divided power structure did stand for a thousand years, util Samuel began promoting nincompoops, which suggests, that Samuel was an autistic genius, blind to hidden character flaws.

        22. It is a documented fact, that Gospelers traced a two millennia lineage, to Abram, and Snorri Sturluson traced a one millenium lineage, to Odin, entering Europe, which, in both cases, is retrieval of Bronze Age politics.

        23. Seen, from a one-dimensional American perspective – which is an “artificially induced systemic autism” – then BRICS, as a superficially appearing acronym superstructure, on the surface, is corporatocrazy, by another name.

        24. Yet, seen, as a Russian maskirovka, that applies Bronze Age politics to the global stage, then it bypasses the “artificially induced systemic autism”, which was, what the Russian Tzar intended, in the advent of the last century.

        25. I am more Lakota, than Scandinavian, even though I am born the latter, and my corpse is buried at Wounded Knee, even though I am still breathing, which means, that indigenous share common traits worldwide.

        26. No living man can trace four millennia, which means, that I am shamanically “dead”, and in that capacity, spirit is not so narrowly pinned down, which exemplifies Odin, as a template, that holds dominion over descendants.

        27. My Danish grandfather, who spoke Russian, was murdered during the cold war, and I share his murdered destiny, by traits in bloodline. Instinctively, the American mindset wants my pale-redskin scalped, which I find hilariously amusing.

        Of course, the Lakota people wants to join BRICS, and Chief Seattle is speaking poetry, in the stars.

  10. TheThinker101 on September 8, 2023 at 2:57 pm

    Wow ! This might as well be Bitcoin straight up just backed by the Papacy/Vatican !
    This story is from April 1 2016. So it’s over 7 years old already.
    I think they’ve come very far in the coins development and are ready to launch it. Just closer to 2030 AD
    We will all own nothing and be happy…
    I think not !!!!!

  11. Robert Barricklow on September 8, 2023 at 1:47 pm

    I wouldn’t put it past the Vatican[the devil may care]; being involved in “Bitcoin”, at its incipience.
    Indeed, the Vatican’s own beginnings are highly suspect.
    A few unique public features; and many not so public; devil in the detail, private features.
    More like an onion, layers of deception – like the Vatican itself.
    I had a hearty laugh-out-loud reading of: “We want anyone concerned with their soul to be able to access it.”
    “Brimstone”? The new name of the coin? Affectionately called so? By the devil himself?

    Building the brimstone beast[QR codes] out – from every “church”?
    Another laugh-out-loud reading of: “We’re hesitant to implement ‘smart contracts’ from the get-go”.!
    In fact, the reading, although humorous; does require a stomach of strong const1tution.

    And, just as Dr. Farrell predicted; here comes to Vatican to fulfill globalist functions, as if designed by the devil himself.

    “Papalpaypal system” – “on steroids”!
    [Loved it!]

    Instead of a social credit system; a soul credit system.
    That is; in essence, quite soulless – metaphorically & figuratively.

    Much like its essence; two dimensional and/or interdimensional.

    Another Vatican doorway?
    Or, one that’s been there – far too long?

  12. ragiza on September 8, 2023 at 12:15 pm

    Indulgences paid for with a papal version of sh-tcoin?

    Why not, I say.

    Early adopters should get discounts in perpetuity.

  13. ExternalObserver on September 8, 2023 at 11:51 am

    Sorry for spamming this post but I just can’t stop laughing, 🤣
    Naughty, naughty, M.D.

  14. ExternalObserver on September 8, 2023 at 11:28 am

    I was suspicious when I read the authors name Tyson O’Ham (ogham?) but my worries faded knowing the “Holy Transaction” team has a firm grip on the “Blessed Chain” generating blocks through network errors seeded by entropy. ‘Hail Mary!’

  15. DanaThomas on September 8, 2023 at 8:01 am

    Lots has changed since that 2016 article. Thus far, no country has managed to make a central bank digital currency successfully operational. The idea was to emulate credit card setups, but apparently the software problems are huge. Apart from the social pushback.

  16. Billy Bob on September 8, 2023 at 7:56 am

    Notice the date of article and message at end of article….

    • FiatLux on September 8, 2023 at 11:24 am

      Isn’t it interesting, though, that yesterday’s April Fool’s joke could easily be mistaken for today’s reality? Putting aside some of the tongue-in-cheek wording, and focusing on the main messages of the article (the Vatican wanting in on digital currency, promoting it, etc.), there’s not much that would seem ridiculous or surprising today. I wonder if this meme about the Vatican and cryptocurrency was a bit of predictive programming . . .

      • ExternalObserver on September 8, 2023 at 11:41 am

        Are you saying you weren’t tickled a little bit by the QR codes on the prayer boxes?

        We should update the nursery prayers too.
        Angel Blessing at Bedtime

        Angels bless and angels keep.
        Angels guard me while I sleep.
        Bless my heart and bless my home.
        Bless my “digital Wallet” as I roam.

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