by Joseph Farrell
Joseph Farrell spans the ages in Babylon’s Banksters, tying together an ancient international class of what he terms “bullion brokers,” their involvement with humanity’s ancient temples (along with the predictive capabilities of the temples’ astrological functions), the control and suppression of technologies and ultimately the total usurpation of the money-issuing power of states and nations around the globe.
The Background Story
Babylon’s Banksters begins with a theoretical scenario in which two ancient civilizations pre-dating our historical eras destroyed each other in a great and encompassing final war. The devastation was so complete as to wipe out both of the civilizations’ technological capabilities.
Humanity’s remains were left to pick up the pieces and begin again from square one — while a select class of survivors kept shreds of the ancient wisdom alive. Sacred geometry and its powerful secrets were guarded in the temples and secret societies. Mystery schools were established to maintain the wisdom among a small class of adepts.
The story continues to suggest that those who have controlled this wisdom from ancient times are the predecessors, if not ancestors of those at the top of the financial pyramid today. And those at the top continue to use predictive cyclical patterns to their own enriching and often nefarious ends. But their aims are not simply to control the money supply, but to control the physics of the technologies that could, on the one hand, free humanity from this monetary control, and on the other, destroy us once again.
Ultimately, the story of these ancient bullion brokers and their progeny is their search to re-establish the technology that was lost following the theoretical great and final battle of pre-history.
The Power of Money
The most important factor in Farrell’s equation of physics, religion and finance is the control of the money supply. And the banksters will go to any length to ensure that control rests with them.
Farrell cites evidence that strongly suggests Presidents Lincoln, Garfield and Kennedy were all assassinated for their attempts to take the money-issuing power away from the privately controlled central bank — with the intention of issuing debt-free government created money.
Farrell traces evidence that central bankers have historically flooded the market with counterfeit bills whenever the U.S. has intended to oversee the issuance of its own currency — intending to devalue the non-central bank currency. Once devalued, the banksters then offer the central bank as a stabilizing solution.
This scheme of inflating a nation’s currency to induce instability, then offer the central banking system to stabilize the system has been, according to Farrell’s evidence, the method used by the international class of bullion brokers throughout history.
Astrology & Cyclical Trends
Following the Great Depression, economic analyst Edward Dewey and his associate Edwin Dakin were commissioned by President Herbert Hoover to find the cause of the economic downturn via statistical analysis.
Dewey and Dakin found that it’s not just the economy that rises and falls according to waves that resonate in predictable patterns. Everything in nature follows these same wave patterns.
Farrell details the story of Dewey and Dakin’s research and notes that when these waves hit their lows during certain astrological conjunctions, that’s when all hell breaks loose. Our worst economic depressions have apparently occurred in line with noteworthy astrological alignments. Farrell suggests that banksters have used these predictive elements — tying in known economic cycles with certain astrological conjunctions — to exacerbate downturns and take advantage of the crisis.
A Global Story
But this is not just an American story. It is a multi-headed beast and the banksters are not the only ones playing.
Farrell suggests that the American economic collapse of 2008 was a sneak attack of sorts by the Chinese. Farrell also notes that the Nazi party, although financed by the banksters during their rise to power, ultimately turned the relationship sour by its move to create state-issued debt-free money.
Even as far back as the Peloponnesian War, Farrell claims that Sparta was the sole holdout among a republic of Greek states that had already fallen into the hands of the international bankers’ central banks — and its debt-creating policy of money issuance.
Fast forward to the annual ultra-secretive Bildergerg Group meetings. Farrell suggests that the first assembly of the Bilderberg Group was ultimately a meeting of detente between the banksters and the fabulously wealthy post-war Nazis that had escaped to South America to resume research on advanced physics technology — things like the legendary anti-gravity, hyper dimensional Nazi “bell” device.
Tying It All Together
Farrell covers a lot of ground in a short amount of space and he undoubtedly has a brilliant mind, along with a healthy background on a variety of esoteric subjects. That brilliance and his vast knowledge spurs him to launch into a number of disparate directions.
However, this book is not meant to be a chronological tale of the international banksters through history. Rather, it is a detailed essay on where physics, astrology, ancient religion and alchemical transmutation tie into the banksters ability to create something out of nothing — in other words, their ability to transmutate something valueless like our existing fiat currency into something that not simply has value, but it has ultimately become the purpose of most of our lives.
That process is, in a sense, alchemical magic.
For those, like myself, who are interested to read further into the chronological story of who these banksters are and how they’ve influenced the course of our history, Farrell’s sources for this book are a treasure chest of information:
Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth about Our Money System and How We Can Break Free, Elllen Hodgson Brown
The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Daniel Estulin
The Anglo-American Establishment: From Rhodes to Cliveden, Carroll Quigley
Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World In Our Time, Carroll Quigley
Bloodlines of the Illuminati, Fritz Springmeier
All of them future reads, for sure.
Posted on May 7, 2012, in Ancient Egypt, Babylonia, Finance, New World Order, Secret Histories, Technology and tagged anonymous, anonymous hacker, antigravity, bilderberg, bilderberg group, book, book review, book reviews, books, communism, conspiracy, currency, debt, democracy, egypt, federal reserve, garfield, gold, hacker, illuminati, kennedy, lincoln, money, nazi, nazi bell, new world order, non-fiction, occupy, physics, secret government, silver, sparta, ufo. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
First of all I would like to say excellent blog!
I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your mind prior to
writing. I’ve had a difficult time clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out. I truly do take pleasure in writing however it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are lost just trying to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Appreciate it!
Hello and thanks for the kind words.
I don’t really have much of a centering process or mind-clearing ritual that I do before writing. Usually, the books that I include in the blog fascinate me so deeply that it’s simply a pleasure to have to opportunity to write about them and share my insights.
However, I am always taking notes as I read the books. And by the time I finish reading, I have enough notes that allow me to put together a brief outline of the topics that I want to cover — the details of the book that I find offer the most insight into this burgeoning paradigm into which I find myself delving deeper and deeper.
Once I have the outline of topics, then it’s just a matter of filling in blanks.
I guess it’s possible that I may have one ritual … I generally always do my writing away from home – at a coffee shop, at a park, etc. There are too many distractions at home, and when I’m off somewhere else I have no choice but to write.
Most of all, I love these books, I love the information and I love the wisdom in them. More than anything, it’s the love for what’s inside the books that motivates me to put words to paper (or pixels to screen).
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