I'm sure most of you like me watched or listened to the news this past week in horror and revulsion at the events that unfolded in Israel and Gaza.  Could there be anyone of human reason or sentiment that does not feel empathy and sorrow at the barbarism of the attacks and sufferings undergone by Israelis and Palestinians alike? There is for me no "good" side here; only revulsion and horror at what has been done to, and by, both sides.

But like many of you I suspect that not all may be well with "the narrative". Already there are claims that some of the grizzly pictures and videos circulating on the internet are "photoshopped" or elaborated fakes. Whether that's true or not, I have no idea. What I do know is that false flags are very easy to stage, but to push humans into the state of rage and insanity we see emerging in the wake of these events, it's necessary to unhinge people from reason completely, and that usually means that at least some of the reported barbarism and cruelty be genuine, otherwise calls for the mass deportation and evacuation of a million people - itself another barbarism worthy of a Nabuchodonossor or an Ashurbanipal - would not gain any traction.

Yet, throughout all of this, I suspect that you, like me, may be grappling with the nagging suspicion that there is something truly "off" about this whole narrative.  How, for example, could Israel have suffered such a catastrophic attack? Where was its celebrated and world-renowned intelligence, the Mossad?  Are we to believe that the Mossad had absolutely no human agents inside Gaza or Hamas? Or that any and all of their intelligence was ignored? Where were the technological alerts? How was one of the most secure borders in the world breeched so easily?

...On and on the questions could go, and indeed, they began to be asked almost as soon as the attacks were over.

But many of you spotted the following story, and shared it.  It's a story that in fact has appeared before. Indeed, as you will read, it appeared in 2009 and has been re-run now in the aftermath of the attacks and the Israeli response, and it bears witness to what has often been said on this website: history may not repeat, but it often rhymes:

And there you have it... there are natural gas reserves at stake, and so once again one can add energy and energy supplies to the complicated religio-cultural geopolitics of the Middle East:

The issue of sovereignty over Gaza’s gas fields is crucial. From a legal standpoint, the gas reserves belong to Palestine.

The death of Yasser Arafat, the election of the Hamas government and the ruin of the Palestinian Authority have enabled Israel to establish de facto control over Gaza’s offshore gas reserves.

British Gas (BG Group) has been dealing with the Tel Aviv government. In turn, the Hamas government has been bypassed in regards to exploration and development rights over the gas fields.

The election of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in 2001 was a major turning point. Palestine’s sovereignty over the offshore gas fields was challenged in the Israeli Supreme Court. Sharon stated unequivocally that “Israel would never buy gas from Palestine” intimating that Gaza’s offshore gas reserves belong to Israel.

In 2003, Ariel Sharon, vetoed an initial deal, which would allow British Gas to supply Israel with natural gas from Gaza’s offshore wells. (The Independent, August 19, 2003)

The election victory of Hamas in 2006 was conducive to the demise of the Palestinian Authority, which became confined to the West Bank, under the proxy regime of Mahmoud Abbas.

In 2006, British Gas “was close to signing a deal to pump the gas to Egypt.” (Times, May, 23, 2007). According to reports, British Prime Minister Tony Blair intervened on behalf of Israel with a view to shunting the agreement with Egypt.

The following year, in May 2007, the Israeli Cabinet approved a proposal by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert  “to buy gas from the Palestinian Authority.” The proposed contract was for $4 billion, with profits of the order of $2 billion of which one billion was to go the Palestinians.

Tel Aviv, however, had no intention on sharing the revenues with Palestine. An Israeli team of negotiators was set up by the Israeli Cabinet to thrash out a deal with the BG Group, bypassing both the Hamas government and the Palestinian Authority:

Israeli defence authorities want the Palestinians to be paid in goods and services and insist that no money go to the Hamas-controlled Government.” (Ibid, emphasis added)

The objective was essentially to nullify the contract signed in 1999 between the BG Group and the Palestinian Authority under Yasser Arafat.

This political and financial maneuvering does constitute a relevant context from which to understand the recent events, for lurking in between the lines of this review of the discovery of vast natural gas reserves off the coast of Israel and Gaza is a very important question, which may be more or less conveniently stated as a kind of "existential question."   Which of us would want to see the income from this treasure go to an opponent who has made his intention clear by numerous statements or deeds that his goal is to wipe you out?   And please note, I have phrased the question in this deliberately ambiguous way, for this is the way the Israelis look at the Palestinians, and that the Palestinians look at the Israelis, and both sides can produce a long list of actions and deeds to buttress their points.

This is where it gets interesting, if one wants to do a little high octane speculation about "what comes next" by looking beyond the current crisis of "initial attack" and "Israeli response".   One can make the prediction that some hack for Mr. Globalooney will propose "an international solution" that places the reserves under the authority of some "international agency" or its proxies, along with (one can almost hear the "dispensationalist bible maps of the ages" being unrolled and the scrolls of Joachim of Fiore or Charles Scofield or Hal Lindsey or Charles Caldwell Ryrie being duly and reverently venerated) a proposal to place all of the Holy Sites of the area under some sort of international control: the Al Aqsa mosque, the Wailing Wall, Golgotha, and so on.  One is reminded of Jeff Sharlett's sadly ignored books, The Family and C Street, and their reviews of the influence of this sort of thinking on American policy, including the crazy idea of some of these people to create a new kind of religion - "Chrislam" - based on Christianity's Christ and Islam's veneration of Jesus as a "prophet".

But someone else predicted such a strange "ecumasonical" amalgam long before Sharlett started talking about it in his books, and that was C.S. Lewis, in a work of fiction. In fact, he did it in the last volume of his seven-volume children's series, The Chronicles of Narnia, in a book called (aptly enough) The Last Battle. In that book, Lewis indicates the development of a new religion, combining the religions of the land of Narnia which worships Aslan, and the religion of Tashbaan, which worships Tash. The new religion, it is claimed, combines "the best features" both of Tash and Aslan, and accordingly, proposes that people worship "Tashlan". (And it should also be noted that, if one reads the entire Chronicles series, and particularly the fifth book, The Horse and His Boy, that Lewis views Tashbaan as a kind of fictionalized culture of Islam in the Ottoman empire, right down to Grand Viziers, and an illustration of a city that, with a little imagination, could be Istanbul.)

"Tashlan."  "Chrislam."  And an "international solution"... one that "the whole global community can agree upon."

So, yea, watch for it. It may take a few weeks, months, or even years to get there. But my bet is that, yea, sooner or later someone will start talking about an international solution to the whole mess, and an international authority for all that energy.

Funny thing, too, that most of those international authorities are also in favor of "de-fossil-fuelization".

Maybe, in the rush to create a new religion, no one will notice that little contradiction. After all, if one can swallow "Tashlan" or "Chrislam", one can swallow the much smaller contradiction of natural gas under the control of international globalooneyists who want to get everyone off of fossil fuels. Of course, there will be a few "fundamentalists" on both sides that will resist such nonsense and shenanigans, but like all fundamentalists, they can easily and quickly be marginalized.  They would simply need to be "re-educated", an easy enough process with der Hochklaus von Blohschwab Freiherr von Bomburst und Bloviations "updated and corrected Scriptures" deployed in conjunction with Darth Hillary's "re-education camps."

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. naomi on October 25, 2023 at 11:11 am

    I get the same creepy feeling as well. If by observation does that prepare for what is coming?

  2. Brendan on October 25, 2023 at 2:05 am

    Hamas or Hezbollah are not human in my view. They ceased any right being when they joined those organisations and by the actions they have partaken in the last few weeks. They will be judged accordingly.

  3. Ina on October 19, 2023 at 7:41 am

    Interesting that the forces of Gog and Magog from ancient Kazakhstan are those who say they are Jews but are not. So the imposter Jews of Israel clear out a group in Gaza that has more ancient Jewish blood than they do (0%) on their way to return to where they came from, a place where they are wrapping up their sponsored genocide of the Ukrainians. If you want to know why the USA is involved then realize that national leaders are placed in power by them.
    But why natural gas? It is used to manufacture plastic. Who doesn’t like a plastic God, a plastic world and a plastic government.

  4. Reka-Agota Kvalsund on October 18, 2023 at 6:03 am

    Oh, how wonderfull, cause this is exactly what we need: yet another “international”, “global” swill to completely mess up our “spiitual stomach” and idenity. Well, I guess this “new religion” or whatever would fit not just us, humans, but those conspiquous aliens that have been threatening humankind, not to mention AI…
    How Mr. Globalony will be able to hold track on whom to play against each other, when and how once “everybody has come together in this sweet harmony”, I cannot fathom…guess that`s gonna be just a new show for him…

  5. Kevin Ryan on October 17, 2023 at 11:59 am

    Dang! So Netanyahu wants a war to eliminate Hamas and his legal troubles, expand his control over Israel, AND steal Palestinian oil and gas fields? That do make sense why he would ignore warnings from Egypt that something big was coning from Gaza. So what was Hamas’ end game? Its attack would surely bait Israel into a fairly massive response against Hamas and Gaza. Have they got a weapon that can wipe out the IDF once it is amassed? Assassination squads inside Israel preparing to take out Bibi and his cohorts? Weaken US support for Ukraine in return for Putin’s promise to neutralize Israel’s nuclear weapon threat? If Joachim’s Holy Spirit is behind any of this, I am befuddled.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 18, 2023 at 3:26 am

      Rottenchild financed both sides of the Napoleonic Wars, and gambled on the outcome at Waterloo, and created Israhell, to suppress archeological evidence of Abram’s Caucasian origin.

      Today, Rottenchild wants a reverse Haavara Agreement, to populate a Ukrainian synagogue, which is supposed to prevent regicide in Europe, when royal Jewry is exposed.

      The Roman puppet, Herod, is still wanting, to control identity, whereas, in response, Scythian Christianity placed a skull cup on the table, and Judas ran, and Rome fell in retaliation.

      The Vatican needs to control the narrative, that is threatened, by a Bering Strait land bridge.

      • anakephalaiosis on October 18, 2023 at 4:43 am

        BTW, there never was an American Revolution, which was just a bloody theatre, for the masses, whereas a land bridge, in the Bering Strait, will become a real revolution in America.

        A mountain pass, through Caucasus, known as the the Darial Gorge, and a land bridge, over the Bering Strait, provide precisely the same opportunity, when defeating an empire.

        Palestine problems are backwater squabbles, featuring a local Al Capone, fighting for dominion, over stolen money, from American taxpayers, which is a protection racket.

        Future American settlements, in Siberia, will automatically become a Genghis Khan’s instruction manual, explaining how to overthrow Vatican’s Swampington.

    • cobo on October 19, 2023 at 7:17 pm

      My guess is the “leadership” of Hamas is nowhere near Gaza. They’ll have operatives representing them. It’s the theater of the absurd, but hey, that invasion sure showed a bit of cinematic flamboyance.

    • naomi on October 25, 2023 at 11:18 am

      I am hearing from different sources that the IDF is not what it was and that this invasion into wipe out Gaza is going to be a slaughter. Who knows, who ever did Maui might be waiting in the wings….whoever that is.

  6. Michael UK on October 17, 2023 at 9:59 am

    The intractable problem in Israel is one of geography and land ownership.
    See the excellent BBC programmey – Blue Box – A Storyville documentary. A most detailed account of how the Jewish National Fund acquired large amounts of land in Palestine before and after the creation of the State of Israel.

    The reality is that Israel paid for and owns the land now. In many cases, it was sold to them by wealthy unscrupulous absent Arab landlords living in Syria, the Lebanon and elsewhere.

    • naomi on October 25, 2023 at 11:24 am

      Is the UN aware of this as they make maps of the land as to who has what?

  7. anakephalaiosis on October 17, 2023 at 3:01 am

    1. The alchemical dissolution has already taken place, and there are three things, that cannot be unlearned, when first learned, as man becomes aware of intent, purpose and application.

    2. Firstly, the four rivers, in the Book of Genesis, are a basic compass, which automatically produces a timekeeper in the the Psalms (119:62-164), as an 8-point compass, which is a standard sundial.

    3. Secondly, Elohim-Yahweh is a cultural trope, representing the principles of logic and reason, which is Bronze Age politics, that balances the scales, in a twelve-divided, multilateral zodiac tribe.

    4. Thirdly, the chalice, used at the Last Supper, was a Scythian war trophy, a skull cup, which was endorsement of Scythian position, and the foal brought to aqueduct watering, was endorsement of Scythian presence.

    5. These are the highlights, that additionally produce derivative spinoffs, when identifying the ten northern tribes, as the Caucasian Scythians, who were the moving force, behind the Second Jerusalem.

    6. Original Christianity was a Scythian initiative, which makes it a resistance movement, a template for bringing down an empire, a recipe for destroying Nineveh and Rome alike, which upset Judas, the traitor.

    7. Scythian logistics, in the Assyro-Scythian war, point to Crimea region, as the training camp, between Don and Dnieper, where shamanistic psilocybin was being used, to forge the battle axe of Yahweh.

    8. What is known, as the seven seals, in the Book of Revelation, is just pedagogics of the sundial, when used, as a template for man’s lifespan, and moulded, into the Crimean martial arts system.

    9. The Parthian shot, a means in asymmetrical warfare, is a product of the Crimean martial arts system, which through Scythian expansion, became Ashtanga Yoga in India, and Odin’s Viking sports in Scandinavia.

    10. By comparing Sanskrit and Old Norse sources, the original Crimean martial arts system can be reconstructed, which was the primary message of Scythian Christianity, as a resistance movement.

    11. There is more grandeur in my spin tale, than any priestly lickspittle can ever muster, so I rally warriors across any border, across any breed, who recognise the courage, that rides with Genghis Khan.

    Alchemy is just a hobby, to make Judas run scared, toasting his noodle.

  8. Nidster - on October 16, 2023 at 9:54 pm

    A person can only imagine how badly those “updated and corrected Scriptures” backed by der Hochklaus von Blohschwab Freiherr von Bomburst und Bloviations would be accepted by those dastardly Ruskies in Moscow. Somehow the idea of staging “re-education camps” for Russian orthodox church followers. Betcha a dime to a ruble there will be some resistance, and unwillingness to go along with that Plan.

  9. Beckysue on October 16, 2023 at 8:46 pm

    I have also seen it mentioned that someone wants control of this to keep it out of China’s hands.

    • naomi on October 25, 2023 at 11:08 am

      That makes sense in light of recent information that has been hidden to most until now

  10. Paolo on October 16, 2023 at 7:24 pm

    During the past 100 years, if you see a war, look for the gas and oil fields near by. Vietnam-massive oil and gas off shore in the South China Sea. The Ukraine-not just a crossing point for all that oil and gas in the Caspian Basin, there are massive deposits of oil and gas under the Black Sea, Crimea is critical for that.

    The gas fields, there are three of them, are called Gaza Marine. 2000 feet down, just off shore from Gaza.

    Would there have been an Iraq War if Saddam Hussein controled not oil but 30% of the world’s brocoli supply?

  11. marcos toledo on October 16, 2023 at 7:12 pm

    Interestingly, Arthur C. Clarke in one of his last short stories mentions Christislam. As for the offshore gas reserves that is an old story of resource looting that is as old as history.

  12. Bizantura on October 16, 2023 at 6:40 pm

    Maybe, next to ushering in Enochian entities! Can’t help but feel the agenda is bigger then greed and control.

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