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Review: Roswell and the Reich

Farrell, Joseph.  Roswell and the Reich.  Adventures Unlimited. Establishing the Problem The Roswell investigation functions as a dialectic.  Either the event is so extraordinary that it could only be from outer space, or it is so terrestrial, and hence ordinary, and … Continue reading

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Review: LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy

Farrell argues there was a “coalescence of interests” in Kennedy’s murder.  There was no single group. This means that other Kennedy researchers are probably right but do not have the whole picture.  Kennedy analysis breaks down along the following lines: … Continue reading

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Anti-Federalist Papers

The Structure of the Book Itself Overall it is hit and miss. Ketcham gives a VERY detailed review of the Constitutional Convention (180 pages).  If you have read The Federalist Papers then you can probably skip it.  He does provide … Continue reading

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The Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy, File 2

Chapter 2: The Twos and the Toos: Disturbing Datasets, Doppelgangers, Duplicates, and Discrepancies In this chapter Farrell surveys the conflicting official evidence, including the two different autopsies. I won’t spend as much time on this chapter.  Attention should be paid … Continue reading

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JFK Murder, File 1: The Players

Farrell, Joseph.  LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy. Farrell argues there was a “coalescence of interests” in Kennedy’s murder.  There was no single group. This means that other Kennedy researchers are probably right but do not have the whole … Continue reading

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Review: Babylon’s Banksters (Farrell)

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 … Continue reading

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Joseph P. Farrell: An Annotated Bibliography

I had been meaning to do this for a while, but recently several things dovetailed. I started reading and listening to Farrell back in 2009.  I’ve read about half of his stuff (he publishes a book every six months).  I’ve … Continue reading

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Maximus against Pagan Dualisms

The base of the article is here. https://jaysanalysis.com/pagan-dualism-the-occult-and-the-trinity/ Dualism is ultimately relative since both good and evil need each other in order to be defined.  (This is why Maximus says God doesn’t have an opposite). Dr. Joseph Farrell explains how, … Continue reading

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Review: Orthodoxy and Esotericism (Kelley)

My friend James Kelley gave me a complimentary copy. It is common parlance to say, “We should apply our faith to culture.”  In such slogans the words “faith” and “culture” are never defined and always used in the most abstract … Continue reading

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Athanasius, Orations Against the Arians

This work is a step up from Athanasius’s smaller treaty on the Incarnation.  Here we begin to see a fully worked-out theological ontology.  This review, however, will not deal with the controversies concerning Proverbs 8 in the Nicene world.  That … Continue reading

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