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by Joseph P. Farrell

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ISBN:
1932595791
Author:
Joseph P. Farrell
Category:
Economics
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English
Publisher:
Feral House (June 1, 2010)
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340 pages
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The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion.

Babylon's Banksters : The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion. by Joseph P. Farrell.

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Here, Farrell peels back the layers of deception to reveal the possible deep physics that the "banksters" have used to aid them in their financial policies

Here, Farrell peels back the layers of deception to reveal the possible deep physics that the "banksters" have used to aid them in their financial policies.

In this latest installment of his remarkable series of books of alternative science and history, Joseph P. Farrell outlines the consistent pattern and strategy of bankers in ancient and modern times, and their desire to suppress the public development of alternative physics and energy technologies, usurp the money creating and issuing power of the state, and substitute a facsimile of money-as-debt. Here, Farrell peels back the layers of deception to reveal the possible deep physics that the “banksters” have used to aid them in their financial policies.

Feral House also published Farrell’s Philosopher’s Stone: Alchemy and the Secret Research for Exotic Matter.

  • Maridor
I could waste hours of my time commenting on all of the idiots who have left negative comments and cannot follow the genius of Joseph P, Farrell and his voluminous well researched works. They are obviously still asleep and cannot begin to fathom the depths of the "rabbit hole" and how most of what they think they know about science and history is a bold face lie designed as a prison for their mind. Suffice it to say I will better spend my time continuing read his books and leave the imbeciles to their own devices! This is an EXCELLENT book by the way. Just read it. I could not adequately explain it here without exceeding the allowable space for reviews!
  • Daron
"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark." -Marcellus in "Hamlet"

"There's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there. Like a splinter in your mind. Driving you mad." -Morpheus in "The Matrix"

This book provides important information and a conceptual framework that allows us to zoom out and see the vast scope of historical relationships and trends in high finance. Hopefully, with that understanding, we as humanity can be prepared to step in and take control after the dysfunctional system of the banksters comes crashing down.

The content is dense, but it's well-worth working through. While I do not have a background in science, I was able to understand the author's explanation of various technical research studies. He also provides succinct summaries at the end of each section which is very helpful.

Some themes covered include:

>> An adversarial relationship that exists between closed systems in economics and science (that lead to monopoly, control and orthodoxy) versus open systems (that produce free markets, free energy, free thought and open source technology);
>> The story of the international bullion brokers in ancient history that has a very familiar ring to it;
>> An alliance of bankers, scientists and high priests striving to recover lost knowledge and technology of the physics of creation itself as they sought a profane replication of the miracle of the loaves and the fishes.

Since the last point could be something a cyborg would desperately want to know, the following possibility is suggested.

Ancient texts found in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945, tell of an alien intrusion on Earth by a species of inorganic, predatory entities that are masters of deception, have telepathic powers and feed on fear. They envy humanity and wish to destroy what they cannot have. These ETs exploit that small percentage of human beings with psychopathic tendencies (the tip of the spear as it were) to accomplish on Earth what they cannot directly do themselves to carry out their anti-human agenda. And the psychopaths, through occult practices, allow themselves and their children to be taken over and controlled by this off-world, parasitic species.

Could the banksters be functioning as the ETs boots on the ground?
  • Itiannta
While I like all of Farrell's work, where I feel he really shines is in ferreting out hidden connections and subtle clues in history. His grasp of science, physics in particular, far exceeds most historians, academics, and others who research history's hidden side.

This is one of his best books yet. He deftly connects the dots of banking, physics, music, sociology, economics, politics, and astrology in a remarkable piece of detective work. Sherlock Holmes would be proud.

I have come to the conclusion, through my own decades of research, that there exists some sort of hidden group of highly influential, highly secretive people who have been manipulating human culture for at least thousands of years. The evidence is amazingly clear for those who look for the signs. I came to this research from a totally different angle than Farrell (and others), but it is interesting how one ends up in the same place looking at the same people.

Farrell traces the use of money, banking, credit, and debt from historical sources back thousands of years to Egypt and Babylon (and beyond, actually). The existence of a powerful, secretive, multinational cartel of "bullion brokers" who control the mining, smelting and minting of gold and silver is quite clearly demonstrated, and their influence on politics, war, finance, religion, and science, even to this day, is made obvious.

While this book is intended to be more an overview of the subject than Farrell's usual tour de force, he still includes plenty of references and citations to allow the reader further research. As it is, the book is a page-turner that heaps one fascinating fact after another onto the gameboard, and leaves one anxious to get to the next page and see where this all may lead. He ties it all neatly into some very powerful insights about our recent past and current predicaments.

I was particularly interested in the sections where he ties in the studies of economic cycles and radio interference problems neatly into astrology. I have studied astrology and worked with a professional astrologer, and know that many more people in business and politics use it than will publicly admit. I dropped the study some time ago because I felt that astrology, like many such mystery school remnants, were mere fragments of a lost science, patched together like some Cargo Cult replica, and did not function reliably. Farrell provides some nice work on tying some of those loose ends together with modern physics and his other discoveries, which he refers to as "paleophysics" - lost science of an Ancient High Civilization.

One other interesting thing is that I got this when I was about halfway through Marjorie Kelly's "Divine Right of Capital," another eye-opening book which reveals the completely fraudulent nature of the stock market and other corporate schemes. The two books together made quite a one-two punch of paradigm busting.

If you like Farrell's other work, then you will love this. If you are not familiar with his other work, then some of the material will leave you with questions that will have to be answered by reading his previous books. (Which I heartily recommend anyway.)

Get this and read it now. You will learn a great deal about what is happening in the world now and why.