As 2023 winds down and I sit here perched atop my computer keyboard reminiscing about the year's events and blogs, one thing strikes me particularly strongly, and that is the ability of this community to find the most incredible stories or, as is the case today, to offer what seems an "ordinary" story with a high octane comment and suggestion that is not mine, but the person's who sent the story.  In such instances, I am merely acting as a reporter, and perhaps filling in a few details.  That is definitely my role here, for the basic high octane speculation connected with this story is not mine, but C.R.'s, who sent along the following article from the BBC, which he also indicated stood for "the British Brainwashing Corporation":

AUKUS: Radars will help counter threat of 'space warfare'

Now note (he said) the following interesting bit of information about this new "space defense treaty" between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the USSA:

Radars tracking activity in "deep space" will help the UK protect itself from "space warfare", the defence secretary has said.

It marks a "new phase" of a security arrangement between the UK, US and Australia by 2030 - known as AUKUS.

The Ministry of Defence said radars will enable nations to identify objects in deep space, up to 22,000 miles (36,000 km) away from earth.

Grant Shapps said the system would be "constantly tracking threats".

The Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability (DARC) programme will be used to inform UK defence operations.

In a post on X, the Mr Shapps continued "that's why alongside the US and Australia we will build a global space radar system capable of constantly tracking threats in deep space."

The first radar site will be built in Australia and is expected to be up and running by 2026.


The radars will be operated from the ground, and will be equipped to provide 24/7 monitoring in all-weathers.

They have higher sensitivity, better accuracy, increased capacity, and more agile tracking than the current radars keeping tabs on deep space activity, the MoD said.

The "unique geographic positioning" of three radars would provide global monitoring and coverage, the MoD says, including "detecting potential threats to defence or civilian space systems".

It added the radars will assist in "critical space-traffic management and contribute to the global surveillance" of satellites in deep space.


The radars will be operated from the ground, and will be equipped to provide 24/7 monitoring in all-weathers.

They have higher sensitivity, better accuracy, increased capacity, and more agile tracking than the current radars keeping tabs on deep space activity, the MoD said.

The "unique geographic positioning" of three radars would provide global monitoring and coverage, the MoD says, including "detecting potential threats to defence or civilian space systems".

It added the radars will assist in "critical space-traffic management and contribute to the global surveillance" of satellites in deep space.

"Space domain awareness", huh? I'll bet.

I'll also bet, along with C.R., that we're not being told anything near the actual capabilities of the new radars, and chief among my concerns here is the range of such radars. We're being told that all of this is about tracking objects in "deep space", and the name of the radars themselves reinforces this view: Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability. But the stated range of the radars, 22,000 miles, is hardly "deep space" when compared to the vastness of space itself or even the Earth-Moon system. To put it country simple: I strongly suspect that the range of these radars is probably greater, if not much greater, and notably, the article said nothing about and resolution of the radars: how small an object can they track, to what distance? Do they have an imagining capability? All we're told is the less-than-comforting 22,000 mile range. THe very name "Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability" suggests something much different than local planetary satellite tracking.

Another possible clue is in the acronym "RADAR" itself, which, lest we forget, stands for "RAdio Detection And Ranging." It's that "ranging" part that we tend to forget, and what it meant in the World War Two context of the development of radars: they were used to spot, and range, approaching aircraft, their speed, altitude, and direction, and hence, were used to vector intercepting fighters accurately to target, as the Germans discovered to their chagrin during the Battle of Britain. In the case of ships, radar was used, again, for "ranging", which meant laying the guns to proper azimuth and elevation for targeting. Such radar-directed guns could be fired to great range with devastating accuracy, as the British discovered (to their chagrin) with the loss of the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious or the battlecruiser HMS Hood to extremely accurate long-distance German naval gunnery, or that the Japanese discovered after the pounding their ships received from American battleships with such radar-directed guns at Leyte Gulf.

I mention all of this to flesh out C.R.'s speculation that the "Deep Space" part of this defense system implies something very similar. Many readers of this website are familiar with the NASA space shuttle video NTS 48, a now famous video from the space shuttle showing several UFOs above the Earth (but below the shuttle) moving slowly in an intricate pattern. Then, something incredible happens: something is shot upward from the surface of the Earth toward one of these objects, which object then executes a sharp, sudden turn of about 12o degrees, and zips off into space at what can only be several thousands of miles per hour.   Debates have swirled around the controversial footage ever since, with NASA putting out the ridiculous story that the "objects" were merely ice crystals from a waste water dump from the space shuttle, until University of Nebraska physics professor Jack Kasher scotched that idea, and rather effectively too. Others maintained the objects were UFOs, and that "we" were shooting at them with a Reagan-era Star Wars weapon called "Brilliant Pebbles"... essentially a "shotgun" firing lots of little hard pellets, a kind of combination "shot gun" and "rail gun" firing not "rods of God" but "needles of God". Others, including Richard C. Hoagland in a lengthy video analysis of his own (as an epilogue to his UN Breifing), were of the opinion that the whole thing was staged for our (and presumably, the Russians') benefit, including the UFOs darting away at several thousands of miles per hour.

But however one slices it, the NTS 48 video shows a defense system of some sort in action, and that implies the use of radars to target whatever weapon was caught on camera being fired.

That was several decades ago.

So, yes, like C.R., I suspect we're looking at the acquisition, tracking, and targeting radars of a defense system whose true range, resolution, and so on, are not being disclosed, and that the "deep space" potential targets include more than just the usual suspects of Russia and China or anyone else of merely terrestrial provenance...  Indeed, perhaps those radars are designed to work in concert with other "equipment" already "out there" somewhere...

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. Michael UK on December 8, 2023 at 3:45 am

    The preferred location for one of the DARC RADARS in Wales, UK – (Cawdor Army base, formerly Brawdy Royal Air Force Base) is part of the Broad Haven Triangle area which features in a Steven Spielberg production company documentary series recently released on Netflix with an episode about the the notorious UFO and alien incidents in this area.

  2. Michael UK on December 7, 2023 at 3:22 pm

    It is very interesting to appreciate and NO coincidence that over the past few years there has been much amazing UFO activity in South Wales including the Pentyrch incident

    And also the Broad Haven Triangle – a notorious UFO and alien hotspot including the proposed Cawdor Army base location for DARC radar in Wales.

  3. Michael UK on December 7, 2023 at 3:20 pm

    Joseph’s summary and the article he has linked misses some vital points that are the smoking gun to all the locations of the DARC radar systems.
    NOTE: One of the 3 DARC radars is likely to be located in Cawdor, Pembrokshire, Wales, UK. This is a British Army base (formerly a Royal Air Force Base – Brawdy).

    I wil post another report as the GDS won’t let me post multiple links about all the UFO sightings in this area of Wales. Please do read the links – they are fascinating!

  4. Brendan on December 6, 2023 at 11:29 pm

    Whoever is out there from an alien civilisation has no interest in us Earthlings – they have investigated and studied us and no doubt regard us the same way we normal folk regard Swampington – with a mixture of dread, contempt and fear.

    • anakephalaiosis on December 7, 2023 at 5:55 am

      Goyim are seen as cattle, and it takes a lot of alien chutzpah, to blend in with the cattle, and compete for highest position, as royalty, to rule over cattle, by means of Hollywood.

      To detect presence of aliens on goyim thrones, the Scythian runes – as a litmus test – were invented, to prevent a foothold situation, at the Stargate Command.

      The Goa’ulds are particularly nasty aliens, that use pyramids, as landing platforms, and want to be worshipped like gods, while fighting amongst themselves, like snakes.

      The Goa’ulds evolved out of a swamp.

  5. marcos toledo on December 6, 2023 at 6:39 pm

    This brings up one question who coming or may we say is returning to Earth that is scaring the crap out of our elites?

    • anakephalaiosis on December 7, 2023 at 6:09 am

      The Scythian UFOs fly like skull cup saucers, which scares the Assyrian oligarchy, because the holy grail of ufoology is full of spaghetti monsters, and Swedish meatballs.

  6. Terminal Tom on December 6, 2023 at 6:12 pm

    Yes, well….

    Wasn’t so long ago that the US government was claiming its Patriot missiles were “safe and effective.” They sold some of that crap to other countries and gave some of it away… it’s totally obsolete and can’t do what it claimed it could do.

    So there’s obviously always the possibility that these “deep space” radar claims are total and utter bullshit.

    Just like most of what emanates from our “government” these days.

  7. poronkusema on December 6, 2023 at 4:33 pm

    How does technology such as that impact the Kordylewski Clouds????????????

    • Krista tiffy on December 14, 2023 at 1:46 pm

      The same way we get ‘the lewinsky’ weather, naturally.

  8. Nidster - on December 6, 2023 at 4:15 pm

    China is diligently working to increase their presence in space, and they could have nefarious motives. What if one day all those old, retired objects could be used as weapons? Imagine having a working satellite lurking amongst them that could send the ‘dead’ stuff back to specific locations? Furthermore, what if those dastardly Rukies were also helping them? Who would be targeted, just sayin’.

  9. TheThinker101 on December 6, 2023 at 1:44 pm

    you’ll note Canada was left out of this.
    They don’t want china to get this data.

  10. gareth on December 6, 2023 at 10:23 am

    While we’re talking about space – Daniel Sheehan has just referenced the Black Eagle Trust and breakaway civilisation as he does a social media round of interviews following block on Schumer’s “disclosure” NDAA amendment ….. takes me back 10 years Dr Farrell – I wonder where this is going….

  11. Robert Barricklow on December 6, 2023 at 10:19 am

    Loved it!
    “The British Brainwashing Corporation.”

    The primary target is Earth.
    What on Earth could that be?
    Why, whatever policy interests determine the target to be: nation states; bad actors; non state enemies of the day; populations deemed expendable; etc., etc.
    Besides radar capabilities; what other treasures does this[these satellites] possess?
    Listening? Voice to skull? Weather assistance or enhancements? Microwave weapons? Scaler weapons? Brainwave readings and/or interference?
    The potential list is mindbogglingly nefarious.
    Because, the one thing “we” know; is that the mission[s] will not be human-friendly.

    Running late….
    White Rabbit

  12. anakephalaiosis on December 6, 2023 at 7:16 am

    1. The Assyrian empire was defeated, in 612 BC, when Nineveh fell, by Scythian onslaught, whereas the surviving Assyrian oligarchy, and loyalists, continued elsewhere, in Babylon, Athens and Rome.

    2. When the Assyrian loyalists, as the Herod dynasty, were bestowed the whipping hand, as ruthless tax collectors, on behalf of Rome, then the proto-Scythian descent left Jerusalem.

    3. When Roman Empire fell, and Constantine moved adminstration to Byzantium, and dissolved the Praetorian Guard in Rome, then the Assyrian oligarchy made comeback, as the papacy.

    4. Today, papacy is a millennia old Assyrian lobby group, that, historically, props up imperial provinces, and pits them, against eachother, as gladiators in a global Colosseum, while posing as godfather.

    5. Today, the Assyrian empire is EU, economically, and NATO, militarily, and to secure global dominion, an array of antennae is erected, to convert rogue nations, into the Catholic fold, by microwaves.

    6. To avoid being targeted, all state leaders are supposed to grovel, and kiss the papal toe, which is an extortion racket, where the pope of blackmail is playing the part, of a mafia godfather in Rome.

    7. The papacy controls all royalty in Europe, through centuries of Catholic subversion, after having placed double agents on every throne, by Jewish royalty pretenders, who playact the Judas goat.

    8. The Scythian legacy, by the compass, proposes a rightful leadership, according to the runes, and, by the skull cup, at the Last Supper, it proposes a battle axe, meditating, at the root of the trees.

    Pulling the Thames Scramasax, from a haystack, does feature a splash, from lady puddle:

    • anakephalaiosis on December 6, 2023 at 7:39 am

      BTW, according to contemporary mythology, Doctor Who pulls a sonic screwdriver, out of Amy Pond, when a Cymry is spinning the tale, while flying a stealthy blue box, underneath the BBC radar of censorship.

    • TheThinker101 on December 6, 2023 at 1:45 pm

      your posts are very fascinating to me.
      I must confess i don’t often know what you are referring to. but i am learning !

      • anakephalaiosis on December 7, 2023 at 5:17 am

        1. Thames Scramasax is a sword found in the river Thames, and the engravings on the sword depicts the 29 runes, from the Old English rune poem.

        2. The last rune, that represents the last rune verse, is apparently missing, which is not the case, because the conclusion of the poem is the sword itself.

        3. It means, that only those, who are capable of solving the runic crossword, can pull the keyword out of the runic riddle, which is a sword.

        4. Like in mathematics, even though the result of an equation is known, then the calculation has to be proven, to verify rightfulness of the result.

        5. The calculus of life can’t be solved, without a specific insight, that only the last man standing holds, which is a testament to courage.

        6. Amongst royalty in Britain, only prince Harry has runic potential, which is why he is on a collision course with the pretenders, who want him dead.

        7. Anyone, capable of solving the runes, automatically becomes a member of the original witan council, which is an exclusive rune club, that decides rightful kings.

        8. The history of the runes is surprisingly entangled with the advent of Christianity, which makes it necessary to get a handle on both.

        9. It means, that deduction of the runes must be followed, by deduction of the proto-Scythian narrative, which means pulling a Sherlock Holmes on the Bronze Age pulp fiction, a.k.a. the Bible.

  13. Michael UK on December 6, 2023 at 6:09 am

    One of the 3 DARC radars is likely to be located in Cawdor, Wales, UK.

    It is very interesting to note and no coincidence that over the past few years there has been much amazing UFO activity in South Wales including the Pentyrch incident

    And also the Broadhaven Triangle – a notorious UFO and alien hotspot near to the proposed Cawdor location for DARC radar.

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