Serendipity Website on USB Flash Drive
The Final Edition
How to order

The entire Serendipity website, on USB flash drive, containing all files in this online version added from April 1996 to March 2019, except for a few web pages which require server-side processing, is available for a modest fee. (It is no longer available on CD-ROM.)


Included on this flash drive are many articles concerning 9/11 and articles explaining the background of the proposed "New World Order" and the danger it presents to anyone who is not a member of the bankster/corporate/financial/military/political elite (that's almost all of us).

Also there are many articles about censorship, Zionism, the so-called War on Drugs, the NSA and the other topics by many respected authors. All links (other than links to external websites) are to pages on the flash drive so they can be read without being online (so this is the ‘Offline Website’).

This Offline Website has 3500+ files totalling over 1100 Mb, plus an additional 1730+ files totalling over 160 Mb which are not in the online version. It contains archived copies of many pages which have disappeared from the Internet since 2001, and is thus also in part a historical record, valuable especially to present and future 9/11 researchers.


Search Program

For those with a PC running Windows (Windows 98 to Windows 10), the Offline Website includes a search program which enables you to search all pages (and the additional pages) for any given word, any word in a set of words, all words in a set of words, or an exact phrase. The result is a report such as this one, showing the search terms in context.


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When the index.html file on the flash drive is loaded into your browser (on either a Windows PC or a Macintosh) the home page appears as partly shown at right. Navigation to subpages is done by clicking on links and buttons as with a normal website.


The USB flash drive can currently be purchased only via PayPal. The prices below include first-class (or airmail) postage to any address. Click on a button below to go to the PayPal order form.

Price: US$29.95
  Price: US$39.95 (33% discount)

The USB flash drive has a capacity of 4 Gb, and over 60% is unused, so more than 2.4 Gb is available for storing your own files.

A Serendipity flash drive would be a good gift for any friend interested in knowing how the world really works.

If you have any questions about this product then please contact us (via the email address on the Feedback and Comments page).


Combo offer: Actually we publish three different flash drives, and you can purchase all three together at a big discount. Along with this Serendipity flash drive you can purchase the Timewave Zero and the An Inquiring Mind flash drives. A few articles are present on more than one flash drive, but there's not a lot of overlap.

Price: US$49.95 (44% discount)


Big BrotherThe internet is now under attack by those who wish to suppress the free availability of information (this is called censorship). Legislation has been introduced (perhaps defeated, modified and re-introduced) to criminalize free speech on the internet and make it a felony to offend anyone. Eventually any criticism of the U.S., U.K. or Israeli governments will become a criminal act. Pending (and now passed) legislation will make it possible to shut down websites based solely on a single complaint.

UN Plots War on Free Speech to Stop “Extremism” Online

Obama Quietly Signs The "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law

The Coming Crackdown On Free Speech

The Silencing of Dissent

How The EU Is Helping Break Apart The Internet

Serendipity will not always be online, and even while it remains available, it may not be long before you have to pay extra to your ISP if you wish to visit websites like this. In the event that this site disappears from the web, or the internet is subjected to extensive censorship, or the internet is partially shut down, the content of this site (including some pages going back to 1996) will still be available to those who have the flash drive.

Why there's so little left of the early internet

Questions about this flash drive? Serendipity Home Page