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


From Ancient Babylon to Babylon-on-the-Hudson, an international class of gangster bankers-banksters-has pursued a consistent strategy to enslave mankind, by usurping the money creating and issuing power of the state, to suppressing the public development of alternative physics and energy technologies.

Joseph P. Farrell shows how there is a deep physics behind the astrological charts of the great American economic depressions and reveals the association of banksters with temples,...

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From Ancient Babylon to Babylon-on-the-Hudson, an international class of gangster bankers-banksters-has pursued a consistent strategy to enslave mankind, by usurping the money creating and issuing power of the state, to suppressing the public development of alternative physics and energy technologies.

Joseph P. Farrell shows how there is a deep physics behind the astrological charts of the great American economic depressions and reveals the association of banksters with temples, and why the temples were so crucial to the banksters' operations.

Slavery, usurpation of the money-creating power of the state, the invention of debt-as-money, economic cycles and astrology: it's been the practice and strategy of the banksters since ancient times, and, as Farrell quips on conclusion of this remarkable book, "it's high time to have done with them."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932595796
  • Publisher: Feral House
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Pages: 340
  • Sales rank: 619,571
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph P. Farrell was born and raised in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His early placement in an accelerated mathematics program continued until college when he received a PhD in Patristics from the University of Oxford. He has published a dozen carefully-followed books, and often appears on Coast to Coast and other programs with large audiences.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 9

Preface Prologue Is Epilogue, or, Two Flies in the Ointment: Communist China and Nazi Germany 19

A Confronting the Beast 19

B Meltdown, or Message? 21

1 David Li's Formula 21

2 The Li Clan, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and the Triads 27

3 China's Money 31

C Nazi Germany: Physics and Finance Fully Rationalized 32

D Energy and Money-Creating Autarchy 36

Part 1 Historical and Conceptual Background 43

1 The Conspirators' Postwar Détente 45

A A Hypothetical Scenario 46

B Estulin's Study and Standard Interpretations 50

1 Estulin's Sources 50

2 Protocols 51

a Attendees 51

b Vetting, Securing, and Announcing the Location 55

c The Sessions and Their Rules 56

3 Goals and History: Bilderberger Shenanigans 57

4 The Standard Interpretive Temptation 60

C Unusual Guests at the First Meeting and the Alternative Explanation: Détente 64

1 Two Prominent Guests with Nazi Backgrounds 64

2 The Wider Context of the Postwar Nazi International and the Name "Bilderberger" Group 65

3 An Event Indicative of an Understanding between the Anglo-American Corporate Globalist Elite and the Nazi International 67

4 Closed Systems, Open Systems, and Further Possible Reasons for the Détente 70

5 An Analogy of the Détente: The Nazi-Soviet Pact 73

6 Closed Systems, Globalization, New Energy Sources, and Outer Space 73

D Conclusions and Implications 74

2 Hoover's Hidden Legacy and Gift 77

A An Overview of Dewey's Database 79

B The Inevitability and Predictability of Cycles: Closed vs. Open Systems 82

1 Criticism from the Conventional 88

C Cycles, Trends, and Cycles Upon Cycles 90

1 The Period Patterns 90

2 "Overlays": Combined Cycles as Multiwave Modulation, and Possibly as Interferometry? 92

3 Inevitability, Predictability, and Human Actions 96

4 Waves, Wars, and Revolutions 97

5 Waves, Overlays, and Modulation: The Physics Analogies Employed by Dewey and Dakin, and Their Implications 98

D Conclusions: Implications, and a Segue in the Form of Significant Questions 102

3 Germany, RCA, and J.P. Morgan: Cases of Interest, and Suppression 107

A Dr. Hartmut Müller and Global Scaling Theory 107

1 Longitudinal Waves in the Physical Medium 110

2 The Link: Geometries 113

a Planetary Alignments and Signal Propagation 114

b The Electrically Dynamic Solar System and Planetary Alignments 119

c Plasma Cosmology 119

d Plasma Transduction of the Vacuum or Zero-Point Energy: Dr. Ronald Richter Revisited 124

e Rotating Systems within Rotating Systems 127

B All Roads in Physics Lead To Tesla 130

1 Colorado Springs 131

2 Wardenclyffe 136

a Weaponizing Wardenclyffe and Suppressing the Scalars: Tesla at Tunguska and Morgan at Mischief 137

b Lt. Col. Tom Bearden on Scalar Resonance 147

C Conclusions 152

Part 2 The Temples, the Stars, and the Banksters 156

4 Temples, Templates, and Trusts: The Ancient Roots of a Deep Relationship 159

A Temples and Trusts 160

1 The Roman Model 160

a The Bullion Trust and the Temple 161

b A Fascinating Tangent: Byzantium, Religion, and the Money Power 163

2 The Egyptian Model: Mining, Slavery, Mercenaries, and Implications 165

a Nubia and Egypt 165

b Quartz, Gold, and Slavery 166

c Diodorus Siculus and the Bisharee Mines 167

d Money, Kings, Temples, and Counterfeiters 169

B Temples and Templates: Astronomy, Astrology, and the Alchemy of Money 171

1 The Temples and the Stars 171

2 The Peculiar Resemblance of Pantheons Between Cultures 175

3 Gold, Gods, and Gems 176

a The Traditional Powers Associated with Gems 177

1 Special Case Number One: Invisibility 177

2 Special Case Number Two: Anti-Gravity 178

3 Special Case Number Three: Light Absorbing and Emitting Stones 179

b Gemstones, The Zodiac, and the Hebrew High Priest's Ephod, or Breastplate 180

C Conclusion 184

5 Money, Monotheism, Monarchies, and Militaries: The Thesis of David Astle 187

A The State of Evidence and the Need for Speculation 187

1 Ancient and Modern Banking Conspiracy 189

B The Medium of Exchange and Bullion as an Order on State Warehouses 189

1 The Control of Mining and Bullion 191

2 Ancient Babylon and Egypt 195

a Early Egypt's Independence from the Babylonian Money Power 195

3 The Conspirators at Work 197

a Economic and Military Autarchy and Modern Analogues: Sparta and the Greek Tyrants 197

b Babylon, Persia, and Money Creation 200

C How the Conspiracy Worked 202

1 The First Stage: Penetrate and Ally with the Temple 202

2 The Second Stage: Issue False Receipts 203

3 The Third Stage: Substitute Bullion for Letters of Credit as a Measure Against False Receipts 203

4 The Fourth Stage: Then Create a Facsimile of Money 204

D The Parallel to the Aftermaths of The Cosmic War, and World War II: The Globalist Agenda and Money, Monarchies, Monotheism, and Militaries 204

6 Alchemy Upsets the Applecart: The Transmutative Medium and the Alchemy of the Stars and Banksters 207

A Econophysics 208

1 Physicists Invade Finance: The Modern Model as a Key to the Paleoancient Past 208

2 Quantum Mechanics, Ancient Astrology, and the Statistical Approach 209

3 Dr. Li's Gaussian Copula Formula and a Physics Analogue: The Multibody Problem 210

4 The Deeper Physics 211

a David Bohm's Hidden Variable Quantum Mechanics and the Implicate Order 211

b The Foundation for the Study of Cycles Notices a Similar Thing 216

c The Well-Tempered Clavier: The First Physical Unification 217

d Nikolai Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics and Precursor Engineering 218

B Economics, Astrology, and Astrophysics 220

C Ellen Hodgson Brown 225

1 The Depression of the 1780s and the Banksters 225

2 The Depression of the 1870s and the Banksters 230

3 The Great Depression of the 1930s and the Banksters 234

4 Implications 236

D Implications of Engineerability: The Ancient Alchemical Connection 238

Part 3 The Monsters in the Machine 243

7 Sacred Sites and Scalar Temples: The Earth Grid and the Transmutative Medium 245

A The Modern Rise of Earth Grid Theories 247

1 Ivan Sanderson 247

2 The Russians Get Into the Game 248

3 Back to the Nazis 250

B Dr. Konstantin Meyl's Paleophysical Interpretation of Ancient Temples as Scalar Resonators 251

8 Templates, Genomes, and Banksters: or, Why do They all Marry Cousins and end up with Colossally Stupid Kids? 267

A Ancient Rome 267

1 The Change in Roman Racial Stock and Imperial Policy 271

2 The Next Stage: Venice and Banking 272

3 On to Amsterdam, London, the Reformation, and the Wars of Religion 272

B The Myth of the Rothschild Descent from Nimrod: A Second Look 274

C Human DNA and the Hermetic Code 275

1 The I Ching 275

2 The Well-Tempered Cosmos 279

D The Ancient Contact: The Rothschild Nimrod Myth in a Wider Context 284

9 The Banksters' Real Business: The Pattern of War, Scarcity, Suppression, Slavery and Monopolization 287

A The Historical Patterns of Suppression 288

1 Of the Financial Alchemy of Money as Credit of the Nation 288

2 Of the Physical Alchemy of Energy from the Medium 291

B The Physics, The Financial Alchemy, and the Banksters 292

1 Assembling the Pieces 292

2 The Underlying Principle 293

a The Reasons for the Banksters' Ancient Association with the Temple 294

3 The Possible Agenda 295

Bibliography 300

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2010

    Scholarly and Readable

    Finally a book that blows open the entire question of how high finances, physics, ancient civilization, and why the bottom has fallen out of international markets (and for what purpose). The author is a bona fide scholar holding a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford. He is thorough in his research, documentation, speculations (fact driven), and predictions. Highly recommended for those who have long questioned WHY banks and governments and private individuals have controlled world events. A MUST READ!

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  • Posted January 3, 2011

    Thorough and Revealing

    This was one of the hardest books to read simply because of the inherent complexity of the connections that Farrell presents. So, the book is not an easy read, but the conclusions and implications are outlined so thoroughly that they are hard to miss if you just persevere through the material. Again, this is not a casual read, but it is absolutely enlightening in its content. Farrell builds a very scholarly and cogent case for his claims. Even the speculative portions of the book are acknowledged by the author--making the reader feel even more comfortable with the credibility of the insights and observations. The sourcing and references are heavily used to support claims as well.

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