Posted in

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".

No Comments

  1. bluelectricstorm on May 28, 2024 at 7:51 am

    Them “PRO-LIFERS” ever demonstrate in front of a Covid Clinic? NO? I didn’t think so. What about vaccines? That kills lots of already happening children. Once they’re not “fetuses” though, they lose importance. The next time the govt’s interested in children is once they turn old enough to be war fodder,
    It’s time you took a good long listening to Geoge Carlin, Mr. Catholic Joseph. He doesn’t fuck around with the truth, but states it plainly: “THEY HATE WOMEN”.

  2. bluelectricstorm on May 28, 2024 at 7:47 am

    Them “pro-life” folks ain’t blowing the buildings up and targeting the doctors online and checking them off once they’re murdered? Wonder why not? They never once got “prosecuted” for that back in the “good old days”, right Joseph?
    Hey, Joseph? YOu ever been pregnant? Didn’t think so.
    Well, good thing that when your heart gave out, you weren’t accused of “murdering” it.
    Are you still wondering why a female would want to be at a job working rather than her “natural” place in the “house” of her father/husband/keeper? It’s called “money”, honey. Unless you feel that paying the rent is easily done by inviting the landlord over for one night a month?
    It’s as the brilliant lawyer Larry King informed his equally brilliant and champion wife: “No, Billy, the guys are not your friends. The guys want all the money. ” Dang if he wasn’t entirely right about that!!!

    When the UN did worldwide research some many years ago to determine just exactly where it’s “aid and development ” money was going…they found, worldwide, that when they gave it to men, they spent it on themselves. When they gave it to women, it was spent on the community and family needs.
    Big surprise.
    “A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest. “

  3. Robert Barricklow on May 26, 2024 at 11:22 am

    Diplomatic advisers.
    AKA, Globalist advertisers.

  4. anakephalaiosis on May 26, 2024 at 2:55 am

    1. From West Point to ClA, there is a metamorphosis, where “duty, honour and country” becomes translated, to “cheating, stealing and lying”, which defines the US gunboat diplomacy abroad.

    2. The lofty Ariel, as a Vatican Pinocchio, goes hand in hand, with the criminal Caliban, as a Jesuit assassin, on Prospero’s island, where the European conflict is played out, according to William Shakespeare.

    3. Moving the Overton window, back to the Scythian century (the 7th BC), bypasses the European stalemate, because, then Odin’s two brothers explain, how “logic and reason” are the basis for republic and democracy.

    4. Jacob’s twelve-membered council was known, as the golden standard, in the ancient world, whereby rulership was measured, and, that inspired grassroots initiatives, in Greek and Roman spheres.

    5. Wrongly translated, the Scriptures induce imperial idolatry, whereas rightly translated, the Scriptures reveal Bronze Age politics, and, Elijah’s proto-runes explain, how the trias politica grows naturally.



  5. Scarmoge on May 25, 2024 at 6:05 am

    From: U.S. State Department to send diplomatic advisers to American cities …

    “Hachigian hopes the system, called the Lewis Local Diplomat Program, will encourage local leaders to be more globally engaged so “they can bring back investment that creates jobs.” … may I offer a translation and a brief comment …

    “This is part of a training program to turn “local leaders” into Globalists.” The end of “their” (I use “their” to be preemptively unoffensive, we should use nonsensical personal pronouns in reference to anyone from “our current administrative unpleasantness*, yes, yes I am aware that my use of “their” is problematic … but what can one do? … when in Capitoline Hill …) statement is of course the “carrot”.

    From Their “Biography” at DoS … Ambassador Nina Hachigian (ret) is the first U.S. Special Representative for City and State Diplomacy (WTF? emphasis mine). In this role she seeks to bring benefits to, and learn from, local leaders in the United States, and connect them to counterparts around the world.

    Before rejoining the Department, Ambassador Hachigian served as the first Deputy Mayor for International Affairs for the City of Los Angeles.

    Wow! Their gig in LA certainly turned out well now didn’t it? … and by the way and other quick question how is that whole various and sundry three letter agency driven Global Diplomacy thing workin’ out for you?

    * for those who might read this and were not taught such things

    Singular Plural

    First Person I, me we, us
    Second Person. you you
    Third Person she, her, he, him, it they, them

    • Scarmoge on May 25, 2024 at 6:10 am

      Errata … “and by the way and other quick question” … should read … “and by the way another quick question” … wonderful, glorious spell check,

      posting removed the nice pronoun chart by crunching the text together.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 25, 2024 at 7:28 am

      Secession leads to expansion, and expansion leads back to secession, and, since federacy is facing pushback, diplomacy is brought in, because US diplomats are experts in colour revolutions abroad, which is, what the entranced swamp is preparing, domestically, as ClA operations, against rebellious states in America.


      Scythian rose against gargantuan,
      swamp monster leviathan,
      as fish market flappy
      was snappy,
      and most teetotal sectarian.


Leave a Comment

Help the Community Grow

Please understand a donation is a gift and does not confer membership or license to audiobooks. To become a paid member, visit member registration.

Upcoming Events