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5.0 out of 5 stars connecting the dots
This book addresses money, its creation, how it is manipulated, and its roots in physics and religion.

Farrell excels in uncovering overlooked associations and subtle hints in various historical accounts. This book follows several about the Great Pyramid being some kind of power/weapons device and several on Dark Physics relating to Nazi-supported secret...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too much detail for the Layman!
Whilst it is obvious that JP has carried out enormous research and his book's propositions are based on sure research foundations his delivery of the material is likely to put off all but the well informed readers who have a current depth of understanding of the subject matter. This is a pity since this knowledge needs a very wide airing amongst the masses to help in the...
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars connecting the dots, 11 Oct 2010
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This book addresses money, its creation, how it is manipulated, and its roots in physics and religion.

Farrell excels in uncovering overlooked associations and subtle hints in various historical accounts. This book follows several about the Great Pyramid being some kind of power/weapons device and several on Dark Physics relating to Nazi-supported secret technology of the last century. [Later note: If you are interested in alternative physics, don't miss the incredible information in "The Source Field Investigations" by Wilcock, a much easier and pleasant read.] Here he outlines a deep and ancient link between a lost physics, the historic temples, sacred geometry, and astrology on the one hand and a furtive global cartel on the other.

He persuasively draws together many clues that, since ancient times, an international banking class has consistently aligned itself with religion, for the purpose of giving their financial activities the sanction of the probity of the temple and thereby cloaking their consistently criminal actions but also to access the residues of a lost science and technology. The author looks at the implications of a hidden physics behind human financial/economic activity and related to "Dark Physics" - a suppressed hyper-dimensional physics - revealed in his previous books.

The author distinguishes between two very different types of money: "fake" money created out of scarcity/debt versus stable money built on actual production. In the latter type, money is a receipt for real goods and services and always leads to prosperity and full employment. By contrast, debt and scarcity are inevitable with fake money, which appears to be created by government but is actually issued by private banks.

A legalised ponzi scheme now in use throughout the financial world, it (fractional banking and printing paper money that is not backed by gold/silver) is alchemy, but a false alchemy since this fake money is created by lending sums that don't actually exist. Under such a system debt can only increase and can never be repaid, guaranteeing boom-and-bust, which is not a natural cycle as economists claim but the result of debt manipulation. [later note: the Keiser Report is on RT TV (in English) 3 times weekly and can also be seen on the internet - refreshingly honest news about the banksters' world today.]

Farrell links this economic cycle with Dark Physics, tracing the use of money, banking, credit, and debt back thousands of years to Egypt and Babylon (and even further). The existence of a powerful, secretive, multinational alliance which all through history both created and controlled the mining and minting of gold and silver is well demonstrated, including their influence, even to today, on politics, war, finance, religion, and science.

Farrell reveals many connections between Dark Physics, astrology, and economics/finance. He refers to studies showing repeating and predictable cycles reflected by everything from railroad industry growth to the Atlantic salmon population. He cites studies showing that the accuracy of long-range radio propagation can be predicted by planetary relationships: the related signal degradation charts look amazingly similar to astrological forecasts. He draws attention to the little-known fact that the results of hydrogen-fusion tests change according to both season and location.

The author also points out the peculiar correspondence of astrological alignments with economic depressions. Unfortunately, modern astrology is a degraded form of an ancient science that understood planetary effects on a larger basis, even within social systems. The powerful "malignati" have retained a more accurate version; this secret knowledge enables them to manipulate predictable boom-bust cycles for their own benefit.

Farrell demonstrates ancient associations between the priesthood and a mercantile and banking class operating behind special royal/imperial/government privileges. However, given my own research over the years, I was surprised that the book seemed to have missed the inextricable connection throughout history between rulers/wars and religions/priesthoods. Surprised, that is, until I learned that Farrell is a professor at an evangelical seminary (not a former professor, as he has apparently claimed). So this is why he shies away from reporting on the influence of true evil on religions (by their works ye shall know them).

Despite this gaping hole in his research, Farrell indicates the interlocking aspects of a long-obscured physics, of the sacred geometry and alchemy from a long, lost civilisation, and of an ancient global financial cartel by assembling many intriguing clues like the gold mines owned by the temples and guarded by international mercenaries; the earth power-grids reflected by the deliberate siting of ancient temples; the indications of ancient long-range broadcasting technology; and even the essence of sacred geometry (linked to musical harmonies and even DNA codes) which provides the magical ingredient that gave religions the power to affect billions in such a profound and extraordinary way.

Connecting all these dots and much more, Babylon's Banksters offers a fascinating outline of the evidence for a hidden physics behind our financial/economic cycles as manipulated by an international clique which has essentially controlled human affairs throughout both history and so-called "pre"history.

Later note: Farrell's 2012 book: "Saucers, Swastikas and Psyops" considers what he calls the "breakaway civilisation": this group controls most of the financial, corporate, military, and intelligence structures of post World War 2 society and has technology decades (maybe even centuries) ahead of what we are allowed to know about. Although he doesn't actually say so here, the breakaway civilisation comprises many of the same control "families" who operated in the ancient times, as covered in "Babylon's Banksters". Frank O'Collins of Ucadia has also spent decades researching these families and his life's work is provided for free on his many websites (thousands of pages) and fits in very well with Farrell's life's work in his books.

Later later note: Farrell's 2013 "Financial Vipers of Venice" is a sequel to "Babylon's Banksters".
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nonlinear physics and Banking!, 10 Dec 2010
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C. Kennedy "Christopher Kennedy" (Brussels, Belgium) - See all my reviews
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I read this in conjunction with Jim Marrs latest work, though I have read and absorbed Mr. Farrells' previous pieces based on the ideas which diverges completely from the Mainstream idea of History and science. This is not a bad thing as it does shake up complacency.

In this particular book, he explores the economic cycles and associates them with astrological influences. Even as I type that my mind recoils and scoffs at the idea, as I have a very scientific background. However, the reader must resist this impulse. Mr. Farrell explores the history of money from antiquity to modern times and how "Banksters" have been manipulating crown and people for Millennia - really from Babylonian/Egyptian times to the present. This work I think is an excellent companion to Professor Niall Ferguson's "A history of Money", and also for people who subscribe to the famous dictum in Alice in Wonderland, "I like to believe in three impossible things before breakfast!".

This book certainly clears the cobwebs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a good think, 26 Sep 2012
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Helen MacAllister (Scottish Highlands) - See all my reviews
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Interesting content - not that easy to read and tends to wander off in different directions thus losing the thread for the reader - but worth pursuing to the end to assimilate the final conclusion. Quite technical from a maths/statistics/astronomy perspective in short bursts throughout the text. The associations of concepts (alchemy /astrology economics / fraud )does seem to be a thoroughly bizarre mix but the coincidences of timing if the historical account is accurate are too much to ignore. Some insight into the post war "divving up" of nations between the behind the scenes power brokers - mostly with vested interests. Worth a read but needs perseverance to keep on track with the core subject!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thought Provoking, 18 Oct 2011
This book once again continues on the shoulders of previous research and speculation contained within the other books of the series. To fully appreciate the information contained within this book its best to place it within the context of the previous books, you cannot start half way through and expect to understand the intricacies of the plot.

If you want a book to make you think you've come to the right place, Dr Farrell's broad knowledge and keen eye for detail give some truly astounding concepts and thought provoking ideas.

"The Mind is like a parachute, it works best when open" Jim Marrs
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Connecting banking, a lost science, and global power - the New World Order, 25 Oct 2010
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David Walton "Question Everything!" (Maidstone, England) - See all my reviews
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I highly recommend this latest book by Farrell. Moving on from and extending the idea from his previous books (especially The Cosmic War) Farrell documents how an international money power has used its esoteric knowledge, which is the remnants of a lost and advanced science, to manipulate global affairs. This cabal has done this through applying this knowledge to money issuance, hidden behind various secret societites and the "temple." For the existence of this money power he draws heavily on David Astles book: Babylonian Woe.

Farrell combines this money power existence to his cosmic war theory and comes up with a truely fascinating conclusion. Is it possible that the true nature of this lost science, and the legacy people that have used it since, are derived from an alien source? Thus he invites us to consider that this international money power that has existed since ancient times may not be of this world! This certainly fits in with other researchers like David Icke. Farrell has good reason to suggest this and you can only really see this when you understand his other works like the Giza Death Star trilogy and his collaberation with Richard Hoagland.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Too much detail for the Layman!, 8 Nov 2013
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Whilst it is obvious that JP has carried out enormous research and his book's propositions are based on sure research foundations his delivery of the material is likely to put off all but the well informed readers who have a current depth of understanding of the subject matter. This is a pity since this knowledge needs a very wide airing amongst the masses to help in the "wake up" processes needed on our planet.
Frequent references to previous JP books are also very annoying and smack more of personal pecuniary motives than as contributions to the arguments of his prose.

We also need his views on Change ? - Once assimilated what does he propose we should do with this knowledge? and how should this knowledge be dispersed and acted on politically?

In conclusion , a good read but not for the layman.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read!, 31 Aug 2013
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A very interesting and thorough book.

It explores the vast interconnection between finance, physics and religion tracing back the oldest known great Empires, Roman, Persian, Greek, and of course Babylon...

The demonstration is amazingly brought upon and author's erudition never appear too overwhelming. James Farrell shows a deep and unusual understanding of the long term banking industries' master plan.

Packed with sensational deductions, this book is a true gem I recommend greatly to those who seek the truth behind world events...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Magic, Money and Mayhem, 17 Feb 2013
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This is a magical mystery tour into the connections, stretching back into ancient history, between economics and finance and archaeoastronomy. This is brought bang up to date with a look at the economical mess we are now in.
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3.0 out of 5 stars thought provoking, 12 Dec 2013
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very difficult book to read as it is written in a very dry academic manner, but I persevered to the end and it makes you think
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