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I’d been hoping my fans would switch to reading books on tablets so we could save some trees, which is why I’ve been releasing nothing but ebooks for the past two years, and sales have been slow but steady, although some fans keep clamoring for print books, so I unleashed five today.
After JFK became President, the mantel of power had a transforming effect, and some spiritual changes took place in him, probably aided by LSD, which was momentarily popular as a sex-enhancing sacrament among JFK’s peers in seduction, the Rat Pack. Before the Merry Pranksters handed it out to the masses for free, you see, LSD was a jet-set, Hollywood and Beltway fad among the elite, passed around by Tim Leary’s friend Mary Meyer for one. For sure, it was more challenging than cannabis or opium, both of which JFK probably experimented with. He had back issues and frequently took shots to relieve the pain.
But when James J. Angleton discovered JFK and Mary Meyer were having sex on acid, he may have freaked out, for his wife’s good friend was soon dead. My pet theory has long been Angleton assembled a file painting JFK as a secret Soviet agent. JFK already had an enormous FBI file, due to his affair with Inga Arvad (above), Hitler’s “perfect Nordic beauty.”
Inga was a Danish beauty queen who got a journalism degree from Columbia University followed by a job at the Washington Times-Herald. In 1941, she thought Hitler was the kindest, gentlest soul and said so in her puff pieces that promoted him as a person while avoiding any controversial political ideas. In fact, Inga sat next to Der Fuhrer during the Olympics, so that should give you an idea of how highly he prized her. The FBI launched an investigation. She was a Danish alien and they suspected she was moonlighting as a modern day Mati Hari. Soon, they discovered this married Dane was having a torrid extra-marital affair with a young ensign in Naval Intelligence, whose father was the current ambassador to England, facts that just thickened the paranoia.
Inga and JFK were followed for weeks and knew their every conversation was being recorded and even made jokes about it. Keep in mind, during this time, Naval intelligence has just contacted Meyer Lansky to seek a meeting with Lucky Luciano. Lucky is in prison but Naval intelligence wants to offer a deal. If the Sicilian Men of Honor society will become spooks for Naval intelligence and help root out German spooks seeking to infiltrate the docks of New York, then Lucky might be released from his 50-year sentence for prostitution.
Lucky was soon moved to a nicer prison and started getting treated a lot better. Oh, and all those strikes on the docks that had been taking place? Those mysteriously disappeared until after the war was over. One wonders what other potential deals were being tossed around in these secret meetings. One thing for sure, after the war, Lucky got his “get-out-of-jail” card, was swiftly deported back to Italy, where he rapidly built the world’s biggest heroin syndicate. Meyer Lansky was his financial adviser and Meyer’s role included concealing American-based profits through a CIA-connected bank in the Bahamas.
When JFK’s superior at Naval Intelligence found out about the romance, JFK was transferred to South Carolina due to his knowledge “that could be more than a bit embarrassing.” Did that knowledge include the working relationship between Naval intelligence and the Sicilian men of honor? Or something to do with his father’s support for Hitler? JFK always believed J. Edgar Hoover was the real person behind the surveillance and that sudden transfer, but he’d get his revenge by putting his little brother in charge of Hoover later in his life, which could be why Hoover willingly entered that conspiracy to eliminate JFK in this matter of national security. Between the two of them, Angleton and Hoover held enough power to control the Warren Commission investigation, as well as the post-assassination propaganda in the national media, but they could not have acted without the consent of the Eastern Establishment that controls our banking and oil cartels, the real force behind our security services.
It cracks me up when people say they don’t believe in secret societies, when, in fact, nobody discounts the Sicilian brotherhood running much of the organized labor movement. One wonders how long it will take before similar brotherhoods emerge from the Pentagon. Secret societies are everywhere and always have been. Most are just clubs and fraternities where ritual and ceremonial magic is celebrated in secret because keeping your ceremonies private is one way to invest additional powers in them, just ask the Freemasons or the Mormons. And, of course, if your ceremonies involve death and destruction, you’ll want to keep them secret.
If the Pentagon-CIA hadn’t hired the Chicago outfit to assassinate JFK, where would our economy be today? Instead of wars in Vietnam, Panama, Iraq, Afghanistan, and so on, JFK might have declared war on bigotry, poverty and disease. Instead of drifting into this dark space ruled by the sorcerers of death whose drones encircle the earth, we might have had real freedom and compassion for all.
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Of course, there’s a lot of nonsense written on this subject, but I try to stick with the facts. There have always been secret societies and by now they must be part of our DNA. However, only a handful of these societies become what I call “brotherhoods of death.” These are those few societies willing to apply murder to advance their agendas. You can find that sort of club at any level of society, from the immigrant cultures arriving penniless from Europe, to the elaborate temples of the Eastern Establishment, epitomized by Yale’s Skull & Bones society.
Question for you:
In JFK’s famous speech where he warns about “secret societies and monolithic conspiracies”, who was he talking about? And why didn’t he name them? Freemasons? Illuminati? Rothchilds?
On secret societies my guess is he was talking about Yale’s Skull & Bones, who would have been well-represented in the room. Skull & Bones was also deeply embedded in Kennedy’s cabinet and appears to have possibly sabotaged the Bay of Pigs to create a debacle just as Kennedy was taking power. On monolithic conspiracies, he was talking about the Oligarchy who were running the military-industrial complex, centered on the Rockefellers, and their European and Far Eastern allies and business associates.
Freemasons and Rothschilds are often the same thing, however the real power behind Freemasonry lies in the royal houses of Europe, not the Rothschild enterprise (in my opinion). The Illuminati was a nest inside Freemasonry. Both orders were likely penetrated by the agents of numerous power groups and morphed into social control mechanisms, like any other religion. The most important power groups at the time of the origins of the Illuminati were old-money royalty and the Vatican. Some say the Rothschilds controlled the Illuminati, but there is no evidence to support this. If the Illuminati do exist today in any form, it is most likely Yale’s Skull & Bones, which is an American chapter of a German secret society. The country clubs (and secret societies) around Yale and other ivy league schools, for the most part, do not admit Jews, which may be an indication of some limitations of power of the Rothschild-Warburg axis.
The Kennedy’s undoubtedly recognized the Rockefellers as their primary rivals in power, although there are a few other clans in that same sphere, most notably, the DuPonts. These are old money families. Kennedy was new money. As such, he did not merit inclusion into the old money secret societies. Percy Rockefeller was a Bonesman, although not many of his family offspring have chosen to ride so deep into the dark side. To all outward appearance, it’s just a typical college fraternity run in large part by the classmen themselves, who did, after all, buck their elders and force females into the society not too long ago, which had to be a major step in the right direction. It certainly threw Bill Buckley into a frenzy. The real heart of darkness of the period seems to lie more with the Dulles family, who were cousins of the Rockefellers. Allen Dulles (a Princeton man) had a club foot and seems to have had some serious issues with humanity. In many ways, he’s the architect of our current situation, a man JFK sacked from running the CIA, but Allen got his revenge, didn’t he?
It’s interesting to note Jackie Kennedy devoted her life to finding someone she felt could protect JFK, Jr. from assassination. The marriage to Onassis (one of the world’s richest people at the time) was basically because she felt he was the only available suitor who had the clout to protect her children. After Onassis died, Jackie sought refuge with diamond merchant Maurice Templesman. Diamonds are a carefully controlled cartel and Maurice is the North American agent of this cartel. It’s sad that JFK Jr. was actually assassinated, just as his mother had long feared, and very few people have yet to figure this out. There’s a lot of disinfo being manufactured to put mud in the water before America does figure this out.