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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 f 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.


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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 f 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.

30 review for Babylon's Banksters: The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion

  1. 4 out of 5

    Leo .

    I have read many books about the banking industry and finance and how shadowy it all is. One needs to read different people's take on how this Esoteric world runs parallel with the illusion of the Exoteric world. It really does not matter whether one believes anything they read it is all about perception. Just watching the MSM, like in the book 1984, is a linear way to live ones life. All swimming in the high seas of life in one direction and not seeing anything else. That is a civilised society I have read many books about the banking industry and finance and how shadowy it all is. One needs to read different people's take on how this Esoteric world runs parallel with the illusion of the Exoteric world. It really does not matter whether one believes anything they read it is all about perception. Just watching the MSM, like in the book 1984, is a linear way to live ones life. All swimming in the high seas of life in one direction and not seeing anything else. That is a civilised society. In Formation. Since I have been on Goodreads, not long as I only published my book in August of this year, I have had the privilege of literally, I mean that literally as I write because that is what literally means, meeting many nice and real people. One or two not so much. However, I have written many reviews and anybody who has read them will get the gist that I have no time for greed. What is being rich? Well off? Content? Comfortable? To me a person who has worked hard and owns maybe two properties and a couple of cars and maybe a little land, is a rich person. That to me sounds like contentment. Being able to look after and provide comfort for loved ones. That is my dream. However, when an individual has hundreds of millions, billions even, it is absurd. Nonsensical. I have just been watching Sky Sports News and was happy to discover that Virgil Van Dyke is going to sign for Liverpool, the club that I adore. For an estimated £75,000,000! OK, so as a fan I was delighted. Van Dyke is what is needed at Anfield. As I watched the story unfold before my very eyes the feeling of excitement was replaced by rationale. I came back down to Earth (heart) with a crash. £75,000,000! Wow! It hits home does it not? £75,000,000. A small hospital springs to mind. I think that is enough money to fund the construction of a small hospital. Save thousands of lives. Ordinary lives. Everyday people, so to speak. Some of those people would be football fans. One player, one person...£75,000,000! Let's not stop there. Neymar was sold for an estimated £198,000,000! One player, one person. £198,000,000 would fund the construction of a big hospital. How many lives would that save? A lot. I sat there feeling so guilty, sad, and ashamed that I as a football fan should entertain this absurdity. The amount of money available for entertainment yet, infrastructure is under immense stress with austerity. Crazy! Loopy Loo! Madness! How does it all work? Are we as a nation of free thinking individuals not thinking at all? Are we all just useless eaters? That is what the blue bloods consider us to be. Should we give the statement credence? Are we useless eaters? Or are we free thinkers? There is a reason there is so much money, allegedly, in the Entertainment Industry. Why it is so important to the powers that be? Entertainment. Distraction. Like the Colosseum of Rome. Keep the mob happy. With sports and games and entertainment. Whilst they starve. Russell Crowe: "Are you not entertained?" That is what he shouts to the mob in the film Gladiator. After he has dispatched his foe for the baying crowd. So I was sat there in a trance watching Sky Sports News but not really paying attention yet, subliminally confused as the Monkey Chatter reverberated inside of my head. "75,000,000! Hospitals. Sports Stars. Celebrities. Hunger. False Idols and Pharos and no money for the NHS! Players earning £300,000 a week! CEO's earning more!" I had to physically shake my head, not literally. I am doing that now as I write. Are these Sports Stars and Film Stars the false idols that the Bible tells us? Is the NFL an acronym for the Nephilim? People dress like them. Style their hair like them. Some even have plastic surgery to look like them. Talk like them. Cover their bedroom walls with pictures of celebrities. I know I had a picture of Marilyn Munroe on my wall as a teenager. I have pictures of Bruce Lee too. We are all guilty of worship. I am not some pious religious bible basher though. However, all scriptures in all cultures have moral meanings. It is up to the individual to perceive the literal meanings for themselves. Free thinking. Not have some guy in pretty purple robes read it for them. Do these Stars, perform for the Royal Blood Lines? The Pharos of old? The Emperors of Rome? False Idols? Are we the Mob? Are we distracted? Are we Dancer? Or are we Denser? So dense with material things it is weighing us down. Dark, tangible matter. Does it Matter? Is it Matter? Hmmm! To be or not to be? As I sat there transfixed by the screen, a black mirror, a commercial break appeared and broke me from my Spell. (Adverts are loud for a reason). A small child in an African country. The child has a distended belly and his little body is plagued with flies. My heart sank. My emotions surged. I went from excitement to sorrow in an instant. Could I give £2 a month to some Charitable Institution? All this hunger and poverty. Where is all the money in this Profitable System we live in? Who is benefiting? For an Oligarch to reach their first Billion how many children have to starve? How many little malnourished children have to die so some multi millionaire can become a Billionaire? How many Neymar's have to be sold so an owner of a Football, Basketball, NFL club can buy a new Lear Jet? But, could I give £2 a month? This world is so fucked up it is time for a paradigm shift. It is time for Humanity to wake up now. Rise from slumber. To see through the veil in front of ones eyes. So from £75,000,000 for a single transaction to £2 a month from millions of viewers. That is how programming works. Build the emotions and then give the viewer a feeling of pity, empathy and guilt. When I watch DIY SOS on the TV it proves to me that there is empathy, compassion and pity. People come together and give up their time and products out of love, not profit. The profit is a feeling of satisfaction. Take a brick layer who gives up his time and builds a wall out of compassion and sympathy for somebody who is less able. That is what people do. The feeling of euphoria outweighs any profit. The Native Americans managed quite well without money and profit. Before the Europeans came with their Religion and Profit. And diseases. People as a whole just got along. It is Human Nature. People just cope. They come together and through empathy and compassion and respect help each other. Hu-man. Or Hue Man? As in shade or colour. We are all Hu-man no matter what creed or nationality or persuasion. What if there is no black, red, yellow, brown, white...what if we are all different shades of the same colour? Does a painter not mix pigments to make colours? Are all colours an integral part of the light spectrum? When the Sun shines after a rainstorm do we not see true light in the form of a rainbow? Is that rainbow many colours and each blends into the next? Is a Youngster a Young Star? Are we tiny pieces of the Sun? All different shades and hues? When one looks at a picture of a Human ovum it looks surprisingly like a close up picture of the Sun. So as a race of humans people naturally move from place to place. Our ancestors did. Maybe this was before countries and boundaries and laws and governments. Maybe we knew back then that everything that exists is connected some how. Diversity was just the norm. It was not forced or orchestrated like during the Roman Empire. Before Humans started to get greedy. Before this greedy period in our ancient history people did come and go and trade. Maybe they just got along. Maybe this was before religions. During the Roman Empire, as like the other empires, people still migrated and traded goods but, many were trafficked. Is it any different now? It is not so overt as before but, it still goes on. I believe that if there was no boundaries like in the past, people just get along. When diversity is orchestrated it is akin to what happened during the Roman Invasion. As much as people do get along some don't. As with free will and no boundaries these people would just migrate to more like minded people. Free. To come and go. Not hemmed in by borders and told to get along and obey laws. Even in a diverse society some get more than others. When I was young a diverse conversation usually meant that a debate was becoming an argument. Arguments start fights and wars. What if everything that happens in the world is never by accident? For something to happen two things have to come together to make a result. That is no accident. Nothing ever just happens. Cause and effect. If there was no profit on this good ship citizenship then maybe the ship would balance correctly on the high seas of life. We could all find our place on this Noah's Ark that sits on the waves that Britannia Rules. This Ark where a privileged few reside in a comfortably ordained cabin in the warm and the dry. Above the waterline of maritime law. The rest of us, understanding or standing under, the water line of maritime law. In the steerage with the rest of the chattle. Drowning in the debt of the High Seas. The Currency. The ebb and flow of commerce. Below the water line and almost drowning in debt as we tread to keep our heads above. Looking through the glass ceiling to the El-ites. Elevated above the water. We are drowning in debt. On the high seas of life. Metaphorically of course. Or rather, esoterically. I believe in the esoteric. Why should I not? It is what high academia believes even though they only teach the masses the exoteric. Only the Bright Youngsters move up the pyramid to find their niche or ledge. So where is the compassion with these Oligarchs? Some might say they do a lot for charity. That may well be the case but, you are a fucking Billionaire Arsehole! Sorry about that but these people really irk me. Who needs fifty cars, twenty properties, endless possessions and copious amounts of money? What is the difference from having £150,000,000 in the bank to say £300,000,000? What will it be spent on? Is it just a figure on a screen? If not then why is it just sitting there? Whilst people starve. Like the little boy in the advert I just saw. Should I give some nefarious charitable institution £2 a month whilst some Oligarch sits on millions? While a footballer earns £200,000 a week? Whilst a movie star earns £25,000,000 for a film? Is this real or am I dreaming? If I sold millions of copies of my book, I wish, would I buy myself scores of cars and have lots of properties? I don't see the point. Would I build a small hospital in my local area? Yes I probably would. Would I give copious amounts of money to an institution? Absolutely not. Would I set up my own institution? Yes I probably would. I often wonder how much money these Oligarchs need before enough is enough. Like Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. Closing down companies because, he could. The sport of Kings. It is akin to destroying an ants nest to these people. What is the point? Will this status quo change? Am I just a bitter and twisted individual who is green with envy? Aren't we all? Do we all want to be content? To escape our mundane lives? Do we all want to be successful? Do we strive to get on in life? Get from A to B in this steeple chase we call the Human Race? Am I a Templar? Am I an Assassin? A Lord? A Sir? A Priest? A Monk? A Usurper? A Slaver? A Satanist? A Mystic? A Druid? A Mage? A Kabbalist? A King? A Prince? An Earl or a Duke? A Freemason? I am none of these things but, I know who they are and what they do, I am Leo...expect me. They are they, and we are them. Expect us. Money makes the world go round, silently, secretly, no sound Dollars, Euros, but, mostly the pound From the city of London, the cash will flow Country to country, unseen, covertly, to those in the know Banks control money, like a rivers direction, it's end and source Meandering, disappearing, crashing, and going off course Accumulation, profit, Swiss bank accounts and tax fraud, and liquid assets Presidential elections, foundations, charities, all different facets Drug cartels, mafia, lawyers, and judges, a swamp, a quagmire All shown as entertainment, in the TV show the Wire A court system rigged, did I mention it is a game? A Judge, two briefs, a suspect, a witness, a victim to point blame It is all about the money, plea bargains, and deals Justice right? Or just us? It's all bollocks, and bullshit, and spiel Orchestrated by Law, Lords, Knights, and the Crown A court, it's Royal, municipal, in every town So money makes the world go round Swirling, spiralling, it's all abound Without it we are fucked, these tokens we crave To feed our children, our loved ones, we try to save Money is bondage, usury and greed, do we need it to survive? To feed our families, to keep them alive? What if now humanity finally can see Twas all just a game, to trap ye and me CEO's, offshore accounts, private islands, and think tanks Backed by high academia, corporations and banks All part of a secret club, a cabal, a network, a web, a brotherhood Tightly knit, compartmentalized, secret handshakes, symbols only for those who could Understand them, decipher them, look and see The hidden meanings, and the family tree Of bloodlines and descendants, Royal or not The elites are the Alpha, it is all a plot To own the cattle, the sheep and the swine To laugh at the masses, whilst they sip fine wine For Britannia rules the waves, the currency, the cash The gold, the diamonds, the Knight's Templar stash This piracy is history but, hidden from thee On behest of the Vatican, and the Holy Sea For money is water, and land is not free To all and sundry, including me This I found out, just recently When I tried to escape, this mediocrity This digital matrix, this farm, this colony This geo engineered, dumbed down, society I lost my mind, it was all too much to take I had to get away, for my girlfriend's sake I had had enough, I could see through the veil It was not pretty, it was bloody hell! This esoteric world that runs parallel, to only those that see It is cleverly woven, thought society There is no where to go, to finally be free From this oppressive big brother, we call society For did I not mention, that the land is not free? Not public, or private, to the likes of ye and me Money is bondage, usury, and theft These puppet masters are one hundred percent bereft Of any compassion, empathy or care It is all about profit, as long as they get their share No matter who they step on, it is all a game Like pieces on a chess board, to them we are all the same Commerce, commodities, pawns on a board To be exploited, sent to war, made to work, and whored Who is on the currency? Who's face is here? Printed like some deity, for all to Revere False idols, sports stars, Hollywood and fame Gods, narcissists, showbiz, did I mention it's a game? Actors, pop stars, soap stars, and reality TV All distractions, disinformation, for ye and me History or his story? We do not know Who tells the truth? A TV show? There is a reason the Nazi's and Roman's burnt the books, it is plain to see To socially engineer, to change the thinking of the future society Forget about school, in the words of Pink Floyd "Teacher leave those kids alone". You fucking Reptoid! OK the second bit was my own words, it's OK, don't vent Pink Floyd won't mind, they fucking hate 'the Establishment' The Sex Pistols too, great music, great times, change I thought maybe back then, when everything was strange The fashion, the trend, the gossip, the way we spoke That finally as humans, we manage to choke The head of the snake, it was in our grasp It did not last long, I sigh, and I gasp If only, if only, peace would begin As we neared the destruction, of the Wall in Berlin Humanity at last, can see a way forward, a new dawn The cold war was over, it's time for tea on the lawn But the party was over, as a new bogey man emerged The world was shocked as emotions surged For now we had Jihad, to lift its head Forget the Russians, let's pick on the Muslims instead Invade all the countries in the Middle East Take all their oil, print their currency, and feed the beast Turn nation against nation, the profit of conflict Control both sides, and try to inflict As much pain and suffering til' both sides agree For outside help, the trojan horse, the real enemy So banks are cruel, greedy and wrong Yet we all go about our day, and plod on By Leo👍🐯👍🐯 Money is funny It is tokens, phony Illusory, not real Tokens for energy, spiel Money for time It is a crime Money or Moony It is silly and loony That people crave it, like gold Since times of old Money for sex With a cursed hex Money for power A Babylon Tower Money is sin, billionaires are greedy Hoard their riches, forget the needy This templar promissory note A cashcow, or a Mendes Goat 👍🐯🐯 another Rant! What will happen when the Banksters’ decide to create a crash? When the balance on one’s account is Zero, and there is no more cash? What happens when the docks have no ships? No merchandise to sustain ourselves? What happens when the stores are empty? Nothing but empty shelves? What future? For the next generations to endure? During a great depression, the Elites are ever beating the Drums for a World War Will humanity ever wake from slumber? See the Hidden Hand? Or carry on Standing Under? Will they ever Understand? That the Banking System is just Usury and Greed Sucking the energy from… All! No matter what colour, nationality, religion, persuasion or creed This game of Life, we all are all chess pieces, on a chequered board To send to war, use, abuse, kill, defame, ostracise…And be Whored! Tiger is prowling inside of me...Leo struggles to tame In this oppressive reality we call society...a rigged game And Tiger knows he's trapped in a Virtual Cage Leo is concerned...for reaching a crescendo ...is Tiger's Rage # leo'sesotericprose Trapped in by Law...a virtual wall...written by a simple writing tool...lured in by rules...loaded over by rulers...under the waterline of Maritime Law...drowning in a sea/see of virtual debt...this is...Reality...all are lost at sea/see A chessboard floor...a game...played by masters Ornate marble, gilded furnishings and busts of alabaster Symbolism, offerings, preying to false idols...reborn A brotherhood, a cabal, a Knight...a Soul... to shreds...torn # leo'sesotericprose Lucifarian doctrine...in the shadow...brilliant light Soul-Diers -Soldiers...sent to war to fight A global game of chess...who will blink first..? The masses...the Meek...Sheeple...will be hurt the worst # leo'sesotericprose Martial Law...global lockdown...like 911 again...tightening the net A false flag..? Who knows..? Manipulation I bet People running to and fro...panic buying...chaos begin And when they crash the dollar all will end in ruin # leo'sesotericprose

  2. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    More bull$#!+ than a week long rodeo. I was interested in this book for a discussion about the federal reserve, the monetary system and how the money we use on a daily basis is controlled and who controls it. Instead I got a book so full of conspiracy theories and absurd assumptions that I can't believe it's shelved in the non-fiction section. Farrell states that you must believe in the assumptions made in his earlier books to understand much of this one (I have not read his other books). Those More bull$#!+ than a week long rodeo. I was interested in this book for a discussion about the federal reserve, the monetary system and how the money we use on a daily basis is controlled and who controls it. Instead I got a book so full of conspiracy theories and absurd assumptions that I can't believe it's shelved in the non-fiction section. Farrell states that you must believe in the assumptions made in his earlier books to understand much of this one (I have not read his other books). Those assumptions and descriptions include things such as: Interplanetary war amongst ancient societies has taken place in the past with the pyramids of Egypt being the primary weapons used in said wars. A secret underground society that controls the world's finances and scientific knowledge meets once a year in secret to discuss world events and how they will shape them. Empty space contains nearly infinite amounts of energy at wavelengths smaller than what man can measure, and all of creation is but a miniscule amount of energy on top of everything else. Nazi Germany had developed a secret weapon far more powerful than atomic bombs, which was suppressed. (it was a bell!) Nicola Tesla discovered a way to transmit energy in a wireless manner across large distances with nearly no loss using the earth itself as a medium, and was bankrupted to keep this discovery secret. DNA is actually an electrical conductor with dimensions of "sacred geometry" which are also found in the I Ching. Events such as 9/11/01 and the great depression were caused by geometrical alignments of the outer planets of the solar system. Lincoln was assassinated because he refused to follow the rules of the "bankster class" when reissuing money after the civil war. It goes on and on like this. For a book about how the monetary system is controlled and influenced by ancient means and rituals Farrel spends surprisingly little time actually discussing money, money issuance and the global economy, instead focusing on the conspiracy theories listed above and others and trying to tie them all together somehow. About 50 pages or less of this 300 page book are actually focused on currency and economics. Farrell throws around the word "physics" so much "deep physics" "alternate physics" "lost physics", one starts to wonder if he actually knows that physics is a hard science, with rules and equations governing it. Attempts to tie real mathematics to conspiracy theories are lazy at best (cycles are everywhere so they must all be related!) Most of the theories themselves are paraphrased from other conspiracy theorists, sometimes with whole chapters quoting the same source multiple times per page, with an occasional wikipedia or encyclopedia reference thrown in to break it up. After reading this I'd rather read fiction written by Joseph P. Farrel, because some of the ideas are up there with some of the best science fiction I know of. Only people who own multiple tinfoil hats could actually take this material seriously though. Two stars instead of one because it was somewhat entertaining, made me laugh quite a bit. I imagine the mind of Joseph Farrell is a quite a jumbled, paranoid, disconnected yet interesting place to live.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Aitken

    While the specific details often border into the esoteric realm, Farrell's broader conclusions are sound. Further, Farrell has done the painstaking work of detailing the connections between money, religion, and power. Indeed, the old adage "Follow the Money" rings true here. Farrell's thesis on its simplest level is that there has been a secret international money cabal who has always been close to power. Farrell points out that ancient societies almost always saw a nexus involving the Temple, t While the specific details often border into the esoteric realm, Farrell's broader conclusions are sound. Further, Farrell has done the painstaking work of detailing the connections between money, religion, and power. Indeed, the old adage "Follow the Money" rings true here. Farrell's thesis on its simplest level is that there has been a secret international money cabal who has always been close to power. Farrell points out that ancient societies almost always saw a nexus involving the Temple, the Throne, and the Bullion. Further, the control of the bullion was often delegated to mercenary bands (The Bershee mines in ancient Egypt, for example)--thus further pointing to international dealings. Granted, in ancient times it was much cruder and not nearly as heinous and perfected as it is today. Farrell begins his story with Li's formula, pointing to the Chinese statitician who supposedly started the economic meltdown a few years ago. The formula doesn't make sense to my understanding--but neither does the reasoning of those in power, so it's probably an accurate description. There are two ways to view currency: a debt note or a real symbol of wealth. Strong countries had strong currencies (no, not the gold standard). The currency they issued--state currency--represented the real wealth of a nation. The currency issued by private groups is rather a facsimile of a facsmile. It does not represent real wealth, but only debt. At this point Farrell begins his discussion of ancient physics. While I'm not competent to discuss what's going on, there is one aspect that is relevant to his thesis: if you are going to have wealth independent of the banksters, you must have an energy source/defense to guarantee your survival. Enter Nikola Tesla. Tesla had actually found a way to provide limitless energy to the world, using the earth as the physical medium. And if the parallels between his project and the Tuskunga event are true, he was also able to weaponize it. J. P. Morgan, being a priest of the Banksters, found a way to discredit and impoverish Tesla. Tesla had challenged the banksters and paid for it. This also explains Nazi Germany's desire for energy. The Nazis, for all their evils, found a way to do an end-run around the Rockefeller/Rothschild banking cartel. With the Nazi fall, many SS officers emigrated to South America. Assuming that the Nazis did have weapons and physics beyond regular imagination, the Rockefellers saw several potentials: 1) The Rockefeller/Rothschilds, likely being the spiritual descendants of Nimrod and no doubt having deep Masonic and occultic roots, coveted that technology (and the money behind it). The Nazis had no way (and no point) of using that technology, nor did they want to give it to their enemies. 2) However, they did need an outlet for their money and the Rockefellers needed the interest that the Nazi billions would accrue in the banks. Therefore, the Nazis and the Rockefellers reached a detente. Further, David Rockefeller intuited that a global government would give the banksters easier access to the physics they sought. Thus, the founding of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderbergs (a Nazi actually started the Bilderbergs, a group that regularly sees Republican and Democrat participation). That's the general heart of the book. He says a lot more on the deep physics aspect. I simply do not have the expertise to judge his remarks. However, I now understand how *he* thinks the Giza Pyramids functioned as weapons. Normally radio (and energy) waves move in an "S" pattern (think of two people holding a jump rope and one popping it up/down). When this happens, the majority of the energy/power/??? is lost in the air. Tesla, however, in using the *earth* as the physical medium found a much powerful and clear way to send waves (think of two people holding a yard stick instead of a jump rope. The majority of the energy is still there upon reception). Tesla's experiment grasped deep beneath the earth and, if the accounts are to be believed, likely caused the Tuskunga event. Therefore, while he may not be correct on the Pyramids, it is now easy to see Farrell's point that the Pyramids could have functioned as such.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Farrell's ability weave an insightful narrative from multiple disciplines is unparalleled. A timely and engaging read for the delving wanderer. Farrell's ability weave an insightful narrative from multiple disciplines is unparalleled. A timely and engaging read for the delving wanderer.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I'm now revealing my inner nerd openly: this is a conspiracy book involving extraterrestrial, scalar technology, Nazis, the private banking system, and even astrology, and therefore at the top of my guilty pleasure reading. On the surface it sounds wild, but I read these books with the same avid angst that other people read horror fiction. The whole Farrell series is enough to make you see the world we know in a whole new light, and the picture he paints is far scarier than any apocalyptic fanta I'm now revealing my inner nerd openly: this is a conspiracy book involving extraterrestrial, scalar technology, Nazis, the private banking system, and even astrology, and therefore at the top of my guilty pleasure reading. On the surface it sounds wild, but I read these books with the same avid angst that other people read horror fiction. The whole Farrell series is enough to make you see the world we know in a whole new light, and the picture he paints is far scarier than any apocalyptic fantasy or serial-killer dream because as you wade through the atrocious academic prose and the hundreds of footnotes (some of them highly legitimate, other dubious) you realize that this guy might actually be RIGHT. If some of his connections are tenuous, the individual threads he explores are well supported by publicly available knowledge, and his conclusions are startling. The strength of his argument is always in his thorough knowledge of physics and engineering, and, in the case of this last book, in his clear-minded understanding of the international banking system and the nature of currency. Funny that even in our supposedly ultra-educated society, most people take currency as a foregone conclusion, without really understanding the implications or the nature of the system. I remember that in my one and only high-school economic class we were still being taught the gold standard, although it was obsolete since Nixon. It wasn't until graduate school that anyone even tried to explain to me how financial cycles work. Like most every day people, we're born into the system without ever questioning it, accept it as we accept the god of our grandparent's religion, setting aside any doubt or analytical faculties. Farrell explains how the current monetary system works and how scarcity and debt are implicit in its design; he examines brief historical periods during which the banking system was replaced by a currency of value for service, how unemployment disappeared under such times, and how the banking elite intervened on the political arena to make that rival system disappear. He shows the link between the trade of currency, war, and religion -- and even scalar physics. The chapters on Tesla and his claim that he'd invented a system that could be weaponized and had the power to eliminate a country's entire navy with the switch of a lever were chilling and fascinating. Farrell suggests that Tesla may have been responsible for the still unexplained destructive episode in Tusgunka Russia in a desperate attempt to regain financing from J.P. Morgan. The subject matter is definitely a five star, even with the sprinkling of historical inaccuracies and dubious or tenuous connections, but the writing, I should warn you, is atrocious. You will have to wade through pages and pages of passive sentences, scientific language that is well above the head of most people, the irritating self-reference to previously written books, and a roundabout, redundant way of getting to the point. If you can resist all that, you will be treated with a very interesting insight into the minds of the so-called 1%.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debbi

    When some of the most frequently repeated phrases in a book are "we will assume," "imagine, if you will," and "imagine;" when "as I stated in my book ..." is used as a reference and source of facts or explanation of information, an author cannot possibly expect to be considered reputable nor taken seriously. Joseph P. Farrell is being written off my list of writers: not, perhaps, as the King of Conspiracy Theory Fiction, but certainly as one of its nobility. When some of the most frequently repeated phrases in a book are "we will assume," "imagine, if you will," and "imagine;" when "as I stated in my book ..." is used as a reference and source of facts or explanation of information, an author cannot possibly expect to be considered reputable nor taken seriously. Joseph P. Farrell is being written off my list of writers: not, perhaps, as the King of Conspiracy Theory Fiction, but certainly as one of its nobility.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Carey

    Fascinating!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    The global economic crisis that started in 2008 has summoned a deeper skepticism of the economic mainstream with its corresponding prognostications for endless growth and prosperity. Individuals are starting to question the need to play on the giant wheels of churning money that represented the retirement funds and investments of the past. While I’ve been reading extensively about alternative economies and monetary systems, nothing has provided a picture of finance as intriguing or as challengin The global economic crisis that started in 2008 has summoned a deeper skepticism of the economic mainstream with its corresponding prognostications for endless growth and prosperity. Individuals are starting to question the need to play on the giant wheels of churning money that represented the retirement funds and investments of the past. While I’ve been reading extensively about alternative economies and monetary systems, nothing has provided a picture of finance as intriguing or as challenging as Joseph P. Farrell’s Babylon’s Banksters: The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion. Babylon’s Banksters serves as a comprehensive outline of the evidence for a group of international monetary elites that have attempted to control the destiny of human affairs throughout history with banking and physics. Even if you don’t buy into the historical monetary elite portion of the thesis, you’ll still find a lot of meat here. Early on, Farrell draws a clear distinction between the two types of money a nation can create: money built on scarcity and money built on the state itself. Money can be created as a receipt for goods and services with no built-in principal of debt and scarcity. In this case, the money supply can be expanded based on the needs of the nation. For the other type of money, created by a private bank and issued to a nation, the principal is created and not the interest. Thus, the monetary supply must always expand at an exponential rate to continue repaying the interest. When the money supply can no longer expand to make interest payments, the currency falters and eventually collapses. This is where the connection between a physical system and a financial system begins. For nation-backed money, the system is open and the available amount of money can expand along with the economy, there can always be more money as long as available goods and services expand as well. For a private bank-backed money, the system is closed and there is never as much money as there is debt, inducing scarcity. Farrell then posits that the first modern nation to discover a connection between open or debt-free economics and open energy systems was Nazi Germany. What Nazi Germany realized was that the Mark’s dramatic devaluation began soon after the Reichbank was privatized, driving the German monetary system into hyperinflation. When Hitler took command of Germany, he turned his back on the international private bankers that shorted the German Mark and created his own fiat money, embarking on a massive public works campaign using one billion non-inflationary bills called Labor Treasury Certificates. At this same time, Germany understood that they were subject to playing by global financial hegemony because they needed access to global oil supplies. And thus, Nazi Germany devoted many of its scientist to pursuing “free energy, i.e. the technologies that would allow Germany to engineer the physical medium and its energy directly…”. But Farrell does not apply heroics to the Nazi movement, he merely points out that they recognized an international malevolent influence in banking and sought to usurp it, all while committing horrible atrocities. Modern China has recognized this same influence, growing into a sophisticated world power by issuing state-created debt-free money, solidifying independence in doing so. Farrell’s overall point being that an international group has controlled money systems and has suppressed technologies and alternative physics in order to maintain this control. In doing so, this group has hidden the connections between alternative physics and alternative monetary economies. What surprised me most about Babylon’s Banksters was how persuasively Farrell argued the connection between economics and an unpublicized system of physics. This is where the book shined. During the start of the Great Depression, Herbert Hoover sought a solution to the problem of the boom-bust economic cycle and commissioned Chief Economic Analyst of the US Commerce Department Edward R. Dewey to study how the business cycles occurred. What Dewey discovered was that cycles or waves of behavior appeared in nearly all aspects of human societies. In the 1947 book by Dewey and his collaborator Edwin Dakin, Cycles: The Science of Prediction, graphs and charts appeared of everything from railroad industry growth to the Atlantic salmon population. These compiled studies revealed repeating and predictable cycles in the form of discernible waves that were quantifiable as well as regular and predictable. Farrell makes the point that this is the secret a global financial elite is privy to, being able to manipulate these predictable boom-bust cycles for their own benefit. Further, a 54-year and 9-year economic cycle that proceeds at at regular intervals is depicted. Oddly enough, from the 1947 book, when the low-points of the 54 and 9 year cycles are overlaid they hit exactly on the date of our current crisis. While explanations for this phenomena can vary wildly, one way to look at is by imagining the effect a fourth dimension would have on our three dimensional perception. Consider a two dimensional being on a plane with a multi-colored wheel that passes through its plane on a regular basis. The two-dimensional being would perceive nothing but a predictable pattern of colored lines but would be unable to understand why the regular interval occurred because it was a higher dimensional object that was passing through. Perhaps a fourth dimensional object passes through our own world on a regular basis. In other words, Farrell is outlining a deeper physics behind the financial and economic transactions of the human race. Even stranger, Farrell describes the work of an RCA company engineer, J.H. Nelson who published several articles on the bizarre anomalies that he encountered while working with trans-atlantic short-wave signals. Nelson discovered that the accuracy of long-range radio propagation could be forecasted on the basis of planetary relationships. Oddly enough, his signal degradation charts looked quite similar to astrological forecasts. After further exposition, the point Farrell makes is that modern astrology is a nearly worthless and degraded form of an ancient science that recognized and understood these planetary effects on a larger basis, even within human and social systems. Once again, the implications of a deeper physics behind human economic activity, a ‘paleophysics’ even. So what energy sources were the Nazi’s researching? Most likely energy from an unknown source that resulted from rotating plasmas, like those described by Swedish physicist Hannes Alfvén. Starting in 1936, Alfvén outlined cosmic electrodynamics or the science of a plasma universe. If a conducting liquid is placed in a constant magnetic field, every motion of the liquid gives rise to an electromagnetic field which produces electric currents. These currents yield mechanical forces which change the state of motion of the liquid. A combined electromagnetic-hydrodynamic wave occurs which appears to transduce energy out of space-time itself, from an unknown source or maybe even the oft-discussed ‘zero-point field’. Also of note, Alfvén’s theories discussed the possibilities that space itself exhibits a cellular structure, or crystal lattice along which energy can be tapped. There is some actual evidence for this ‘electric universe’, specifically in the questions raised by Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev who noted that during the first hydrogen bomb tests there was an unknown source of energy. The energy of the detonated hydrogen bombs actually varied with the time which they were detonated. Farrell discusses the possibility that the energy variation occurred because the bombs became a transdimensional gateway into the energy of space-time itself which varied based on planetary rotations and proximity to higher dimensions. Farrell draws connections between this obscured physics and an ancient international money power which are revealed in various historical accounts as they guarded gold mines with mercenaries and usurped local economies with gold and silver based transactions. But how would this international money power communicate in an era without radio? German physicist and engineer Dr. Meyl published a comprehensive account of scalar waves and their corresponding relationship to ancient temples in 2003, drawing the connection between temples as a long-range communication system between the various factions of this monetary elite. And while it sounds a little outlandish, the resonant frequency calculations of each building along with the similarities between modern magnetrons and ancient temple floor plans are rather convincing. While the book is extremely well footnoted and referenced, where Farrell fails is in quoting his previous work too often. He could have dramatically strengthened his case by omitting those references and linking me to his original sources. Farrell breaks down every section with numbered lists of evidence he presented in previous pages which helped me track the overwhelming amount of information. This is the densest few hundred pages I’ve ever read. While I still remain unconvinced by the entire premise Farrell lays out, I’m thoroughly fascinated by the obscure scientists and historical references he can ferret out. I’m surprised I’ve waited this long to discover Farrell’s unique approach to science, technology, history and humanity. Clearly there’s much more to physics and finance than I could ever imagine and through Babylon’s Banksters I’ve discovered a tremendous number of new and interesting speculative paths on which I can embark, and that’s really all I can ask for from a book like this.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ben Webster

    This is a great story and ties many things together nicely...namely the concept of closed system physics with closed system economics, verses open system economics and physics. I recommend Farrell for anyone engaging themselves in studies relating to energy dynamics in general.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John

    Extremely interesting concept and overall thesis. Some of Farrell’s ideas are a bit...out there, but I didn’t read this book for inside the box thinking. While Farrell does a great job laying out the groundwork for his case, I don’t feel he did a satisfactory job tying it all together at the end. Would recommend to anyone with an open mind.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Krister

    Could humanity be magnitudes older than common science suggests? Was there a peak moment for the human race, way back in ancient history, when humanity "had it all" and then lost it? I searched for a book on the origins of the banking system and found a book that goes way deeper than what I could imagine. The author has an exceptionally open mind and suggests that the modern banking, that works in a sense like alchemy - by creating money out of nothing - is connected to the so called science of Could humanity be magnitudes older than common science suggests? Was there a peak moment for the human race, way back in ancient history, when humanity "had it all" and then lost it? I searched for a book on the origins of the banking system and found a book that goes way deeper than what I could imagine. The author has an exceptionally open mind and suggests that the modern banking, that works in a sense like alchemy - by creating money out of nothing - is connected to the so called science of alchemy. But that's just one single fraction of the whole story told in this book; there are so many other aspects of science and history covered on these pages, like human DNA, Tesla, astrology and the studies of cycles, and more. Joseph P. Farrell ties all the above together in a way that I have not seen been done elsewhere. I believe that Farrell is somewhat a unique author, or at least he belongs to a very small group of historians with a much more holistic view than today's single minded experts have. Instead of mechanistically picking up the latest book from Dan Brown or similar, please consider reading this equally exciting work. It will blow your mind, but most importantly, it will make you look at the world with your eyes more open.

  12. 5 out of 5

    John Hibbs

    Most extremely technical left brained people I know tend to do exactly what this book does which is get lost in the technical details of a subject. There's no question that Farrell is an extremely knowledgable and intelligent man, but this book was in desperate need of some serious editing. The subject matter and concepts are simply fascinating; however, it didn't hold my attention as I feel like I was reading a tedious technical reference manual. The technical details are superfluous as the maj Most extremely technical left brained people I know tend to do exactly what this book does which is get lost in the technical details of a subject. There's no question that Farrell is an extremely knowledgable and intelligent man, but this book was in desperate need of some serious editing. The subject matter and concepts are simply fascinating; however, it didn't hold my attention as I feel like I was reading a tedious technical reference manual. The technical details are superfluous as the majority of them are not necessary to communicate the intended point (think of someone explaining the concepts of binary, then flooding you with page after page of 1s & 0s with their respective binary conversions). It would be a great idea to include an appendix for those who are interested in looking under the hood for the details. I give it 3 stars for the research involved and the very interesting and intriguing information presented, but some editing would have made this a 5 star book no doubt.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Trey Kiernan

    The concepts are fascinating and believable, I would just like a little more evidence.....I will keep this book in mind while I look for others to substantiate it. Worth the read, but I often found myself rereading sections for clarity

  14. 4 out of 5

    Matt Maxwell

    Covers what it wants to very well indeed, though folks who are into monetary conspiracy may be distressed when the book takes off for astrology/stargazing for its second half. Interesting nonetheless, though dry.

  15. 4 out of 5

    YHC

    I am over with conspiracy theory. I thought this is a book talking about the finance, but then it's full of astrology, Bilderberg Club, even applied cosmology to explain human financial behavior?? It doesn't need real physicists or astrophysicists to see what's going wrong in this book. Farrell tried to link the events to a series of cause-effect with his imagination. At beginning I read it as sci-fi, then I just could not even call it sci-fi. The sun is just one of a very small stars in the whol I am over with conspiracy theory. I thought this is a book talking about the finance, but then it's full of astrology, Bilderberg Club, even applied cosmology to explain human financial behavior?? It doesn't need real physicists or astrophysicists to see what's going wrong in this book. Farrell tried to link the events to a series of cause-effect with his imagination. At beginning I read it as sci-fi, then I just could not even call it sci-fi. The sun is just one of a very small stars in the whole universe, situated at the edge of milky way, yet the creatures, homo sapiens, think all our activities, temperament, destiny of individuals are deeply affected by the observable stars far away???? That is very arrogant of humans! Who do we think we are? Our financial pattern also affected by sun spots? movement of stars in milky way? Why not get to read more psychology about human behaviors then we realized the most important element of each financial crisis, human advance or degradation just simply because a word: greed! We are an irrational specie that is needless to say, sacred and not sacred at the same time since we really made of star stuff. but this kind of put all world political-economical-financial activities into a big orchestral, claiming we are composing an symphony.... I just don't buy that!! I move on to real physics!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bob Kennedy

    Author Farrell came across to me as a Pessimistic Theorist with sweeping assumptions, loose connections, and wild assertions. Most disappointing, he did not "prove" his theories to me; and, he had no recommendations for remediations "if" the reader is willing to go along with his theories. Early and often he referred to his other writings as source for deeper discussion of theories that were introduced in this text. Seems like an attempt to sell more books rather than convincing the reader of hi Author Farrell came across to me as a Pessimistic Theorist with sweeping assumptions, loose connections, and wild assertions. Most disappointing, he did not "prove" his theories to me; and, he had no recommendations for remediations "if" the reader is willing to go along with his theories. Early and often he referred to his other writings as source for deeper discussion of theories that were introduced in this text. Seems like an attempt to sell more books rather than convincing the reader of his opinions.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Darrin Snider

    So much no ... Ah, the human tendency to cherry pick historical accounts, discount accepted ones, ignore (or reinterpret) science, and see intricate patterns where occam's razor provides more-probable explanations. So much no ... Ah, the human tendency to cherry pick historical accounts, discount accepted ones, ignore (or reinterpret) science, and see intricate patterns where occam's razor provides more-probable explanations.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Hooper Bring

    Bob analyzed this with ion in audio form.

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    Adam Pogioli

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    Stockfish

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  26. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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