Top Secret Test Will Produce GPS Outages In US Southwest

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
June 17, 2016

So many people sent me versions of this story, that I have to wonder what’s up. Here’s two versions of the story:

FAA warns pilots of massive GPS outages caused by secret weapon tests

Military Secretive About GPS Blackout Over California: “Testing Something That Disrupts GPS Over a Huge Area”

So what’s going on here?

Well, permit me to indulge in our usual geostationary orbital speculation. While there have also been stories that this test has been cancelled, it’s the story itself that intrigues, for behind it is the implicit claim that (1) the USA has a top secret weapon, (2) it intended to test it, and (3) the test would interfere in some fashion with Global Positioning data upon which modern air traffic depends, data that in turn comes from satellites.

This, I suspect, was the real message behind the test.


Yes, I said message. In case you haven’t noticed, the USA and Russia have been playing an old Cold War game, showing off their newest weapons systems capabilities to each other. It began with the Russian intervention in Syria, and its use of cruise missiles fired from Russian Warships in the Caspian Sea. The missiles reached their targets, of course, and obliterated them. More importantly still, Russia has unveiled the capabilities of its new land-based ICBM, a MIRVed monster that, unlike the ICBMs of yesteryear, is a weapon whose warheads are designed to strike anywhere on Earth, using any trajectory, eliminating the old “over the Arctic pole” trajectories. Moreover, it is claimed that these warheads can be re-targeted and re-directed in flight, and can thus change course. In other words, the new Russian ICBM is any missile-defense systems engineer’s worst nightmare. And one can only presume the Russians have added typical counter-measures to the weapon: dummy warheads and so on.

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Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.