You may be wondering why I am posting a blog about NASA's Psyche asteroid mission under the "Babylon's Banksters" tab, and not under the "Cosmic War", "Call it Conspiracy" or "UFOs" tab.

Well, if you think about it, it's "just in time," kind of like those Hamas rocket attacks on Israel which are strangely "just in time" as support for the Zelensky clown show and the Billions and Billions of dollars (said with Carl Sagan voice) to prop up his regime and the West's fruitless "war with Russia" are going down the tubes, no thanks to the entire Canadian Parliament applauding Ukrainian Waffen SS veterans. Need to keep funding the military-industrial-dispensensationalist-Armageddon complex?

Just get Israel involved and don't ask too many questions about how in the name of sense such a surprise attack could be launched without Israel's supposedly crack intelligence community knowing about it. The military-industrial-dispensensationalist-Armageddon complex may question the wisdom and utility of billions in aid for the Ukraine, but it will never do so for Israel.  The attacks are just in the nick of time too, because the whole Ukrainian thing was beginning to unravel rather ignominiously.  (Victoria, Volodymyr, and Justin all deserve each other. Perhaps we can find them a nice isolated island somewhere.)

Anyway, speaking of "just in time," I've been commenting for some years that the financial systems (both the public one and the hidden one) are in a bit of a mess, because in the public one there are all sorts of derivatives sloshing around on the books, with a notional value of somewhere in the quadrillions of dollars which is, of course, a few multiples of the gross domestic product of the entire planet. (In the hidden financial system, of course, they have had a few bumps along the way, like trillions and trillions of dollars in bearer bonds going public, but we can all relax, because Government Spokesmen and Academic Experts have Assured Us that these bonds are all counterfeits and fakes.)

But anyway, back to those derivatives: That's the little story most of the financial analysists out there continue not to talk about, while they're scrutinizing bonds, gold, silver, commodities, equities, basis rates, LIBOR and all of that stuff. The attitude reminds of me of someone visiting the living room of a small but tastefully appointed cottage, and admiring the antique thimble collections and intricate porcelain knickknacks on the knickknack shelves and talking about them incessantly, while ignoring the huge bleating elephant squatting in the middle of the room on the throw rug. The rickety shape of some banks and the collapse of others has nothing to do with the elephant, you see, and everything to do with the knickknacks.

But the elephant is there, and sooner or later one will have to deal with it, which is, I rather suspect, what the following story (shared by V.T.) about NASA's upcoming Psyche asteroid probe mission, to be launched this month, is all about:

NASA's '$10,000 QUADRILLION' asteroid visit will launch next week: MailOnline's step-by-step guide to the Psyche mission to a 4.5 billion-year-old rock packed full of precious metals

Now... wait a minute. For those of you who are regular readers of this website, you may recall that when these fabulously gimongously rich asteroids first began to be talked about as subject for potential space mining enterprises, that this talk began to occur right about the time of the big financial meltdown of 2008-2009. Within a couple of years of those dates, the bearer bonds scandals broke, and at right about the same time, those asteroid stories began popping up right when some people were saying the notional value of the derivatives was between 14 and 17 quadrillion dollars.  (For starters, consider this blog I wrote about two years ago:

And then just do a website search on this website for "asteroid" and you'll see I've been blogging about this idea for a while).

What interests me here is that the value of these asteroids keeps going up... at a rate higher than the inflation that Bai Den Dzhao's "Bai Denomics" is bringing us. The process began with the "discovery" that some of these asteroids were worth about 14-17 quadrillions of dollars, as noted above. For those who like the numerals, that's $14,000,000,000,000,000-$17,000,000,000,000,000, which was "coincidentally" just about the same amount as the amount of derivatives in the system. Oh... did I mention, that the first bearer bond scandal was for a mere $134,500,000,000.oo?  "Coincidentally," as it was pointed out during an Obama press conference, that just happened to be the same amount in the Troubled Asset Relief Fund of the Bailout legislation.

But in my article, the estimated value of some asteroids had now risen to 700 quintillion dollars, or as I noted in the blog: "That's $700,000,000,000,000,000,000. As the article notes, that's 'enough money to give $93 billion to every single person currently on Earth.'"

Yet, now, the valuation of the asteroid that is the target of NASA's is stated by the Daily Mail article is said to be "$10,000 quadrillion", or "10,000,000,000,000,000,000." That's ten quintillion dollars. Not as mind-boggling as 700 quintillion dollars, but it's still large enough to make those early 14 quadrillion dollars estimates seem like pocket change...

So what's the scenario?  As I've suspected all along, this is Mr. Globalooney's way of wiping all those derivatives off the books, and he has but a few options (other than outright global debt jubilees), and they are (1) actually go out there and mine the asteroids.  That will take lots of time, investment, and money, and let's face it, is not feasible nor cost-effective nor safe with chemical rockets. Or (2) they can collateralize future mining expeditions based on their notional valuations of said asteroids, and create all sorts of financial instruments (and chaos) based on that collateralization, which I've argued to a certain extent they've already done, especially in the suggestive clues to be found in the first of those bearer bonds scandals, namely, the one that made it into an Obama press conference, or (3) they can claim to have gone out there and mined said asteroids without actually doing so (especially in conjunction with number 2 at some point, or (4) they can claim that ET is out there mining said asteroids, and has been secretly trading with us but now we're taking the trade all public, or (5) we want those asteroids but were going to have to fight ET for them, but were going to finance the fight based upon a future victory and those very collateralized space resources.  Think of it as a kind of "space version update" of the idea behind Confederate currency, with a similarly updated declaration on its notes: "Ten years after the conclusion of a treaty of peace between the United Earth Global Government and the Federation of Squish-headed Extraterrestrial Cephalopods, the United Earth Global Government will pay to the Bearer on Demand 500 Bullion-backed (but non-convertible) Zappocoins."   And while we're at it, here's another little question no one seems to be asking: Just who is doing the value estimates on these asteroids, what are the criteria they're using, and for whom are they doing it?  Those questions imply another: Is there already a hidden asteroid-assay operation and mining rights market? If so, who's running it?

The question is, how do they keep the financial system from collapsing until then?  That's where the military-industrial-dispensensationalist-Armageddon complex comes in...

...and you just know that some lunatic Mr. Globalooney is going to propose doing both at the same time at the next Davos meeting... after all, if you have an asteroid-assay and mining rights market (apparently well-hidden), then that makes current collateralization of future efforts possible... and all those bearer bonds scandals  begin to look like chump change...

If you want to know why no contemporary economic models are making sense (other than a couple of people), it's because they're ignoring three things: the derivatives, the bearer bonds, and space, because once again, in my opinion, they're all related.  What will be interesting to watch out for now will be what NASA says - or doesn't say - once the data from this mission actually starts coming in, and whether that data release will be reflected in financial markets moving in correlated ways.

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. Brendan on November 3, 2023 at 12:29 am

    “Pay no attention to those strange men behind the curtain. Look at the shiny asteroid hurtling towards the Earth. We can protect you. You will own nothing and be happy!”

  2. mirkogordan on October 14, 2023 at 6:55 am

    Great article, Doc. I believe that we have been living for quite some time in a constructed Hollywoodesque reality, which in fact is none.

  3. FiatLux on October 12, 2023 at 8:27 pm

    I think the high-octane speculation is right on target. Asteroids are one of those all-purpose propaganda stories: when necessary, they’re about to strike Earth and kill us all; the next day, they’re the deus ex machina that’s going to solve the planet’s financial problems.

  4. enki-nike on October 11, 2023 at 8:42 pm

    Something is only worth $10 000 quadrillion if somebody out there somewhere can pay you $10 000 quadrillion for it, and what form of payment would that be??

  5. Paolo on October 11, 2023 at 6:18 pm

    Bravo! Connected some dots nicely.

  6. marshallgeese on October 11, 2023 at 2:43 pm

    Does anybody remember the asteroid mining Space Opera movies of the early 80’s? Sean Connery was in one and Farrah Faucet a different one.

    • marcos toledo on October 11, 2023 at 8:12 pm

      Does Moon 44 ring a bell? The Sean Connery movie involved mining the moon Io and there was a late 1960s movie involving mining our Moon.

  7. hurfen on October 11, 2023 at 1:23 pm

    Obviously the law of supply and demand applies, and the alleged value of any, even all, such asteroids isn’t within many orders of magnitude of the presented estimates. Complete BS!

  8. Robert Barricklow on October 11, 2023 at 11:28 am

    The Western financial wizards are
    tipping all the scales;
    loading all the dice.

  9. Billy Bob on October 11, 2023 at 9:53 am

    I’m having my first cup of coffee while reading this.
    My mind says psych op. Nice details.

  10. anakephalaiosis on October 11, 2023 at 9:30 am


    When buying shares in stars,
    those profits will go far,
    making pipe dream
    into ice-cream,
    with starlit gold bars.

    Israhell is being clickbaited, on Putin’s birthday, because power hunger, will satisfy itself, by throwing a relative under the bus, because there is no honour amongst thieves, who will sell their own grandmother for a penny. That was the trap, and greediness went hook, line and sinker.

    It is stupidity, that lashes out in desperation, over a failed security centre, in the Ukraine, which is the Rothschild pipe dream of feudal control, that won’t manifest, because the global pushback sides with logic and reason, which in return exposes, how Americans are the most enslaved, to greed.

    Americans, in an attempt, to sprinkle gasoline on two burning platforms, will find their hose falling off, attempting to fulfill their sickly “Siamese twin obligation”, and Americans will become a global joke, because, when the devil squeaks, then the American poodle barks, as the lapdog of Israhell.

    Historically, Americans are Vatican slaves, who are so brainwashed, that they think they are free, and so bewildered in their arrogant delusion, that Americans try teach Europe, from where they came, which is why Americans will be, in best case, disowned in Europe, or, in worst case, shot on sight.

    American redemption is in the Bering Strait, because only, by mending fences with Russia, can the Black Pearl curse, of being disowned in Europe, be undone. It means, that Americans must be willing, to accept Russian presence, and rum production, in Alaska, to be accepted in Europe.

    Only Russia can protect Americans, from European retaliation, when patience runs out, because Europeans are fully capable of killing their own, when such is required, as matter of principle.

  11. CaireannW on October 11, 2023 at 8:25 am

    Oh, and in case anyone is interested I have some ocean front property in Arizona for sale, and a blue light special on the London Bridge on eBay. Not one citizen will be included in that debt jubilee. I’m a little tired of living in interesting times, even if there is a morbid curiosity about how all of this will play out. Thanks for the analysis JF.

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