The Lincoln-Kennedy Parallels That Really Matter

Andrew Johnson, like Lyndon Johnson, would not serve a second term. Both would die ten years after the death of the murdered leaders.

The massive scale of the conspiracy served an important purpose: the 8 leading conspirators knew the president’s murder would outrage the nation, and that only a large and complex conspiracy could divert and dilute ultimate responsibility from the key conspirators and actual mastermind. In Lincoln’s case, only eight people knew all the conspirators.

Disloyal officers would put their subordinates in compromising positions to insure their silence. Hoover did this to his own agents when they were forced swallow The Great Lie; that Oswald acted alone, even as they picked up bullets proving there was several gunmen and interviewed scores of witnesses who heard the shots come from the Grassy Knoll.34 Or when they removed the front windshield, which had a bullet hole to verify that claim; which was kept in the White House basement during the Johnson administration. As a trophy of sorts, apparently.

Union General Lafayette Baker, a self-admitted conspirator in the Lincoln assassination, would die of arsenic poisoning after numerous assassination attempts and threats by Sergeant Silas T. Cobb, the officer who enabled the escape of Booth at the Navy Yard Bridge. Baker’s doctor verified such poisoning by placing leeches behind the general’s ears, and sure enough when they had their fill of blood they’d fall off dead.

The RFK Assassination

When they arrived at the estate of actress Sharon Tate, they were taking “handfuls” of acid and each Family member had an extra set of clothes. It was the summer of 1969. When the Manson Family left the Tate residence, the pregnant actress would be found butchered along with several others in a killing spree that shocked the nation. What became known as the the Tate-LaBianca murders was actually an attempt to start a race war– with Charles Manson hoping to pin the blame on the Black Panthers.

The swastika carved in Manson’s forehead is there for a reason.

Instrumental to conditioning is the isolation of the subjects. David Koresh and Jim Jones, for instance– their doomed subjects were all products of calculated isolation done to insure success in behaviour modification. Manson chose the Spahn Ranch, an abandoned movie set in the middle of the desert where followers could trip for days on endless supplies of LSD. Similarly, Koresh chose Waco, and Jones chose Guyana– all are isolated, remote places, or were. (See The Psychosocial Manipulation of the Human Population.)

And what Manson did was prove one could be programmed to kill.

On June 5, 1968, a group calling itself America United held a press conference in Westwood, near the UCLA campus. But it was just a two-man show of Hilder and Steinbacher. The pamphlet accurately described the true nature of the Freemasons and several of its branches, including the Illuminati, the Theosopists, the Rosicrucians. (Notably absent was the KKK.) Yes, the Illuminati did begin in Bavaria in 1776 under Adam Weishaupt, and yes, this occult fraternity was formed to wage Satan’s war against Christianity. That’s why, by 1884, several European countries had been forced to attack Freemasonry in Holland, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Bavaria, Savoy and other parts of Italy. They were attacked either through special enactments branding the society as pernicious and criminal, or through delating the masons to the Catholic Church.

But there was one outstanding truth in Steinbacher’s prattle: “The success of the Illuminati lay in enlisting the services of dupes, and by encouraging the fantasies of honest visionaries or the schemes of fanatics, by flattering the vanity of the ambitious, and by playing upon the passion for wealth and power. It was this way that the Illuminati were able to secure the services of countless thousands.”

And isn’t it strange that Steinbacher and Hilder would bring up the issue of the Illuminati on June 5th 1968, the day of RFK’s murder, when it was only years later that it would be disclosed that Sirhan made numerous references to the Illuminati in his notebook in the weeks before he shot RFK? How did Hilder and Steinbacher know the Illuminati was involved in the RFK killing years before the disclosure, unless they knew Sirhan or his accomplices beforehand? Sirhan was in fact, a Rosicrucian freemason. And claimed he was a member of the Illuminati.

On June 3, 1968, Jerry Owen, a Santa Ana televangelist, stopped at a Los Angeles sporting goods store to pick up a robe, shoes and trunks for a boxer he had an interest in. He was going to drop them off in Hollywood to decorate them with shamrocks for a fighter named O’Reilly.

While he stopped at a red light at 7th and Grand, two young men– one of them allegedly Sirhan Sirhan– asked for ride, and hopped into the back without waiting for answer. At a stoplight at Wilshire and Vermont, the pair got out and the taller one began talking to a well-dressed man about 35, and a “dirty blonde girl” about 21. He noted that the pair were sporting the same occult medallions around their necks. These people would emerge again at the Ambassador Hotel.

In the RFK murder, hypnosis would play role in the assassination. Sirhan was practicing autohypnosis techniques in the days leading up to the assassinations. To this end Sirhan used candles and mirrors, for instance. And the trigger mechanism is almost certainly the words “port wine”, since he was in the kitchen shortly before shooting RFK. This Sirhan had scrawled into his diary numerous times, along with the unusual repetition of the lines “RFK must be assassinated”, which was written over and over again until it filled the page.

Even though the LAPD would soon use hypnosis in investigative techniques and did not question its potential for misuse, defense attornies for Sirhan like Luke McKissack refused to allow his client access to a hypnotherapist to investigate whether or not the trigger mechanism for the post-hypnotic response was scrawled in his notebook.

Knowing what we know about Charles Manson’s hypnoconditioning of his family of killers and the CIA’s MK-ULTRA mind control program that sought to perfect the programmed assassin; there has been no effort to deprogram Sirhan to ascertain who sent him and why, or if he took LSD before the murder; or to reveal the identity of the “Master” who approached him as he wrote in his notebook, or to ask whether or not he and James Earl Ray had ties to the same CIA hypnoconditioner, Dr. Williams Joseph Bryan, Jr. Bryant, if you recall, bragged about his role in the murders before his suspicious death in a Las Vegas hotel room in 1977, precisely when Congress was investigating the link between the King and Kennedy assassinations.

Around the time King and RFK were killed, Mick Jagger was heavily involved in the occult. Anita Pallenberg, a former German model and self-proclaimed witch, was then sleeping with Keith Richards and Brian Jones. Jones, later found dead in his swimming pool, even claimed to “have a witch’s teat”. This occult influence reflected in their music for several years. In 1969 and ’68, respectively, the Rolling Stones released Their Satanic Majesty’s Request, and in an earlier hit from Beggar’s Banquet, “Sympathy for the Devil”, Jagger writes:

“Please allow me to introduce myself
I’m a man of wealth and taste
I’ve been around for a long, long year
stole many a man’s soul and faith
I was ’round when Jesus Christ
had his moment of doubt and pain
made damn sure that Pilate
washed his hands, and sealed his fate
Pleased to meet you. Won’t you guess my name?
But what’s puzzling you is the nature of my game
I stuck around St. Petersburg
’til I saw it was a time for a change
killed the Czar and his ministers
Anastasia screamed in vain
I rode a tank, held a general’s rank
when the blitzkriegs raged
and the bodies stank
pleased to meet you won’t you guess my name?
I watched with glee
while your kings and queens
fought for ten decades
for the Gods they made
I shouted out who killed the Kennedys?
when after all it was you and me
let me please introduce myself
I’m a man of wealth and taste
and I lay traps for troubadours
who get killed before they reach Bombay…
Just as every cop is a criminal
and all the sinners saints
as heads is tails
just call me Lucifer
’cause I’m in need of
some restraint…
So if you meet me have some courtesy
have some sympathy, and some taste
use all your well-learned politesse
or I’ll lay your soul to waste…”

True to the spirit of lyrical troubadour knights that flourished from the 11th to the end of 13th century– Jagger delivers a profoundly succinct and narrative lyric that traces the path of the devil throughout history.

Or rather, the Rothschild banking dynasty.

Even he notes the Kennedy assassinations are linked, and moreover, he alludes to the Freemasons through the mention of doomed troubadours and the fight of kings and queens over ten decades “for the Gods they made.” Ten decades marks the centennial parallel between the Lincoln and Kennedy assassination. And he alludes to the Nazis, and the Communist revolution alluded to decades earlier in Pike’s letter to Mazzini. Most telling is his reference to Lucifer; as both world wars were envisioned by the Luciferian freemasons Pike and Mazzini.

Operation Artichoke

As early as the late fifties, CIA Director Allen Dulles was experimenting with the use of LSD and hypnosis to program assassins in a project called “Operation Artichoke”. At first they experimented with colored prisoners, and then moved on to soldiers in the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion.

And Charles Manson, having spent most of his life in California prisons during that time; he may have witnessed the experiment conducted first hand. He would soon program a family of murderers using exactly the same technique the CIA used in their experiments– a combination of LSD and hypnosis. Hypnoconditioning was employed in the Bay of Pigs invasion to prevent Castro’s interrogators from determining who sent the CIA/Mafia hit teams.

For example, the implanted post-hypnotic suggestion can be used to conceal the hypnoconditioner’s identity after the killing: “When you are asked your date of birth, your mind will become blank. You will laugh uncontrollably, and say that everything you have said up to that point is a lie.”

In the programmed assassin, post-hypnotic suggestions are also used to trigger the LSD flashback; bringing the subject into a preconditioned kill mode fashioned by the hypnoconditioner.

Prior to programming, the subject is screened to ensure a high ranking in the Hypnotic-Induction Profile used to select the killer. Sirhan Sirhan was Grade 5, the most susceptible personality profile. He had a dissociative personality that could be manipulated to produce another ego state– the killer. The programmed response might be triggered by a visual and/or verbal cue; the latter employing a second operative. The cue could even be the sight of a girl in a polka dot dress. Anyone who has ever experimented with acid knows flashbacks can take place years or months after the initial experiment. These flashbacks usually come about unpredictably, on their own. But given the proper trigger at the right time, especially when the trip was reinforced with hypnosis, the potential for disaster increases exponentially. The flashback, incidentally, is not a physiological, but psychological process.

There have been cases where men have been convicted for using hypnoconditioning to induce others to perform a murder. To this day people shudder at Charles Manson’s infamous ability to hypnotize and control his followers to this day. During the trial women followers shaved off their hair and carved swastikas into their foreheads, picketing the Los Angeles Criminal Courthouse building. Later, another Manson Family member, “Squeaky” Fromme, would try to kill President Ford in front of a San Francisco Hell Fire Club, a club of ancient occult origins now known as hangouts for sado-masochistic freemasons. Ford himself was on the infamous Warren Commission handpicked by John F. Kennedy’s true killer– President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Even Manson seemed to know who killed JFK.


Perhaps the  most compelling and credible motive one ought to note here when considering Hoover and Johnson: self-preservation. Like Johnson, in the weeks before the president was killed, Hoover already knew the Kennedys were trying to fire him. Jimmy Hoffa had hired a private detective to bug Peter Lawford’s home in California. It was here that Hoffa recorded the president having sex with Marylin Monroe, and in between, he also recorded highly confidential conversations about firing the FBI Director.

Hoffa, aware of Hoover’s hatred of the Kennedys, made sure this information reached his ears. If Hoover had been fired as planned, he would lose immunity from prosecution for his earlier dealings with the Mafia. At bottom, this must have been his root motive for betrayal.

The late Jim Garrison leaves us with an admonition we must never forget:

“The people of this country don’t have to be protected from the truth. This country was not built on the idea that a handful of nobles, whether located in our federal agencies…or in the news agencies in New York, should decide what is good for the people to know, and what they should not know. This is a totalitarian concept, which presumes that the leaders of our federal government, and the men who control the powerful press media, constitute a special elite, which, by virtue of their nobility and brilliance, empower them to think for the people.”

The Grand Lodge has to think for us, you see, since all the uninitiated are still considered “profane”. From captains of industry to elected officials, policemen to godless criminal. To raise the price of oil or monopolize the pharmaceutical industry.

At worst, in the continuation of the MK-ULTRA mind control program supposedly disbanded in 1973; Scottish Rite leaders such as Jim Jones have near perfected a form of voluntary genocide in the name of eugenics; the breeding of people like dogs. (The Heaven’s Gate mass suicides, incidentally, was a variation of the Jones experiment; hence the castration.)

Incidentally, in John 3:19-21, we find perhaps the best argument against the so-called “Christian” Freemason came from Jesus Christ Himself…

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