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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. GrasshopperPilot on April 27, 2024 at 3:54 pm

    I don’t believe that story about the F-35 being shot down one little bit.


  2. anakephalaiosis on April 27, 2024 at 10:47 am

    Geographically, Anatolia is defined, as the landmass, between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, which corresponds to modern Turkey.

    “While Anatolia was richly endowed with deposits of copper, lead, nickel, and arsenic, we have yet to find evidence anywhere in the region that there were substantial tin deposits which were worked during the Bronze Age. To date, there is no clearly demonstrable proof that the peoples of Anatolia did not have to rely largely if not exclusively on supplies of tin from external sources. The actual sources are still a matter of some debate.”

    “The texts available to us indicate the importation of some 80 tonnes of tin over a 50-year period, which would have been used in the production of some 800 tonnes of bronze.”

    “Though lacking in tin, Anatolia had rich deposits of a number of other metals, including copper, silver, and gold. This was obviously what attracted the Assyrian merchants, who brought their tin and textiles to Anatolia to trade them for Anatolian metals, especially silver and gold.”

    – The Kingdom of the Hittites, Trevor Bryce (2005)

    Assuming, that tin, from the Tin Islands (Britain) would have found its way to Troy, in the late Bronze Age, and, that the Hittites were more capable, than the Mycenaeans, to pay gold and silver for it, then the 1st Trojan War is explainable, as a war over a strategic metal. Tin has been quarried/mined in Britain, since, at least, 2000 BC.

    Assuming, that Assyrian occupation of the proto-Scythian ethnostate, and besiege of Jerusalem, caused the tin trade, to swap back, to its former center in Troy – as a Scythian trading post – then the 2nd Trojan War is explainable, as a Greek mercenary suprise attack, under a flag of truce, in the mid 7th century BC, on behalf of the Assyrian empire, by blackmailing Egypt, into paying blood gold.

    Blind Homer admits, that intermarriage took place, between Troy and Athens, which is how truce traditionally is established, and, therefore a sting operation – under guise of truce – is what the “Trojan Horse” really means, and the heroic culprit, Odysseus, is given a “long journey” home, because the gods, and both populations, are offended, by the Greek mercenary backstabbing.

    The Crimean War (1853-1856), and the ongoing war in the Ukraine – as an attempt to thwart Russian access to the Black Sea – can be seen, as the 3rd and 4th Trojan Wars, because the Scythian Asgard, in Crimea, was the headquarters of the tin trade, during the 7th century BC, which financed the Scythian (proto-Viking) resistance movement & skull cup operation, against the Assyrian empire.

    Today, the Minsk agreements (2014-2015) are admitted, to have been a Trojan horse.


  3. Barbara on April 27, 2024 at 9:55 am

    Looks like with these billions for Ukrainian war,
    Biden had secured help of MIC in election war 2024.

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