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John Foster Dulles : Adolf Hitler


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Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889


John Foster Dulles died on 24 May 1959


Wikipedia : John Foster Dulles ( February 25, 1888 – May 24, 1959 )


Death and legacy

Dulles contracted colon cancer, for which he was first operated on in November 1956 when it had caused a bowel perforation.[20]

He experienced abdominal pain at the end of 1958 and was hospitalized with a diagnosis of diverticulitis.

In January 1959, Dulles returned to work, but with more pain and declining health underwent abdominal surgery in February at Walter Reed Hospital when the cancer's recurrence became evident.

After recuperating in Florida, Dulles returned to Washington for work and radiation therapy.

With further declining health and evidence of bone metastasis, he resigned from office on April 15, 1959.[20]

Dulles died at Walter Reed on May 24, 1959, at the age of 71.[21]


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From Adolf Hitler born on 20 April 1889


to John Foster Dulles died on 24 May 1959 is :


INTerval =


= 666 months, 666 weeks, 666 days




The 666m, w & d calculation from Hitler's birth produces result dates in the range 21 to 24 May 1959



See also : Idi Amin : Uganda Coup : Adolf Hitler





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Charles Manson : Tate / La Bianca Murders : Scientology : L. Ron Hubbard


See also main DIF thread : Charles Manson : Tate / La Bianca Murders : Scientology : L. Ron Hubbard


Wikipedia : Charles Manson


yandex search : Charles Manson Scientology


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tonyortega.org : Charles Manson and Scientology: What the church doesn’t want you to know





In 2013, author Jeff Guinn produced a formidable book, Manson, about one of the 20th century’s most enigmatic figures. We enjoyed Guinn’s new look at Charles Manson, and we were interested in the way he carefully placed Manson’s Scientology involvement in context.

With Manson’s death last night in California, we know there’s going to be a huge surge in interest in the 83-year-old prison inmate known for ordering a bizarre and horrific murder spree in 1969. And with that new interest will come questions about Manson’s involvement in Scientology.

It was the New York Times that first revealed the connection between Manson and Scientology in 1969. Paulette Cooper then added details in her 1971 book The Scandal of Scientology. And Scientology’s own internal documents, seized in a 1977 FBI raid, also show that the church was concerned about Manson’s activities and how they might reflect on Scientology.

According to one Guardian’s Office report, Manson had undergone some 150 hours of auditing while he was at McNeil Island Penitentiary in the 1960s — and Jon Atack pointed out to us that 150 hours was more auditing than he’d received in his entire Scientology career, which had got him to OT 5.

According to the GO document, Manson’s cellmate, Lafayette Raimer (whose real name turned out to be Lanier Ramer), was a trained auditor who put him through various Scientology processes, including CCH (Control Communication Havingness) processes, with the auditor asking paired questions like “Who have you helped?” and “Who have you not helped?” and other “Havingness” questions like “What can you have?” “Look around and find something you can have.” (Newcomers to the subject may not be aware that actual Scientology processes — the stuff you actually do in session with an E-meter — consists of such simple questions asked endlessly. For more about it, see our series “Up The Bridge” with Claire Headley, who helped us understand CCH processes and shouting at ashtrays.)

In his book, Guinn took a new look at the forces that shaped Manson, and he mentioned Scientology numerous times. We thought you’d like to see some of the conclusions he came to.

Manson was in and out of prison much of his young life. During one stint from 1957 to 1958 at Terminal Island, a minimum-security federal prison in Los Angeles, Manson took a Dale Carnegie course, based on Carnegie’s 1936 book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. Manson was released from that prison on September 20, 1958, but was arrested again on June 1, 1960 and a year later was sent to McNeil Island Penitentiary in Washington state to serve a 10-year term.

It was at McNeil Island that he was put in a cell with Lanier Ramer and underwent Scientology auditing. Here’s what Guinn says about it…


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For Manson, prison meant not just security but school. Though he didn’t sign up for any of the academic or work training courses available at McNeil, he continued his education there all the same. McNeil had inmates who were glad to share information on a variety of subjects, black and white magic and hypnotism among them. There was a large fellowship of born-again Christians eager to bring Charlie closer to God, but he’d had enough of that. The group that really captured his attention, less for his acceptance of their spiritual beliefs than the way in which they expressed them, was the Scientologists.

Much as Dale Carnegie introduced his sales philosophy to the general public with How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936, in 1950 pulp writer L. Ron Hubbard utilized the best-selling Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health to publicize his technique of achieving mental health and happiness. Carnegie’s focus was on changing the perceptions of other people; Hubbard taught how to change yourself. He advocated “auditing,” confronting traumatic events in the past to move beyond them, becoming free of old fears and restraints and moving toward a “clear” or theta state where the mind is able to embrace spiritual freedom without negativity. In 1954, Hubbard and his growing legion of followers founded the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles, with an emphasis on certain “essential tenets”:

• You are an immortal spiritual being.

• Your experience extends well beyond a single lifetime. And your capabilities are unlimited, even if not presently realized.

• Furthermore, man is basically good. He is seeking to survive. And his survival depends upon himself and his fellows and his attainments of brotherhood with the universe.


As he had with Dale Carnegie, Charlie adopted those aspects of Hubbard’s teachings that lent themselves to manipulating others. He still projected himself in the future as a pimp, not a spiritual advisor. Most potential prostitutes had terrible self-images. Telling such girls that they didn’t have to be crippled by the past, that they were immortal spirits temporarily trapped in their bodies, that they were basically good and capable of achieving anything — these could be powerful recruitment techniques. Meanwhile, proclaiming himself as a wholehearted rather than a calculating Scientology convert had immediate advantages. Prison officials were always glad when inmates embraced a faith that encouraged positive attitudes. Faith helped boost potential for parole. As a relatively new arrival at McNeil, Charlie had a long way to go before parole, but conning evaluators into believing he had become a devout Scientologist was a good first step. His September 1961 report noted, “He appears to have developed a certain amount of insight into his problems through his study of [Scientology]. Manson is making progress for the first time in his life.”


Later, Guinn notes that Manson shared his understanding of Scientology with one of McNeil Island’s most famous residents…


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In prison, Charlie chose friends for what he could learn from them. The Scientologists had their uses. So did McNeil’s most famous inmate. Alvin “Creepy” Karpis became notorious in the 1930s as a member of the Barker Gang. Initially imprisoned in 1936, Karpis was transferred to McNeil in 1962 after the government closed down Alcatraz, the island penitentiary in San Francisco. Now in his mid-fifties, Karpis was no longer considered a threat to anyone’s safety; his work assignment was driving the bus that transported children of prison staff to and from the McNeil Island school.

Charlie approached Karpis, though not for tips on robbing banks. Karpis was an accomplished steel guitar player, and Manson wanted to learn that instrumental technique. The older con obliged with some lessons, though he wasn’t much impressed with Charlie’s playing. Sometimes Charlie wanted to talk about Scientology instead of music. According to Karpis, Charlie “figured [Scientology] would enable him to do anything or be anything.” Having run with more than his share of cold-blooded killers, Karpis didn’t sense similar tendencies in Charlie. He thought the guy would be the last man on earth “to go into the mass murder business.”


In June 1966, Manson was transferred from McNeil Island Penitentiary to the Terminal Island minimum-security prison in Los Angeles, in anticipation that he was going to be paroled. While he was there, he met inmate Phil Kaufman…


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[Phil Kaufman] was nailed with a five-to-twenty-year sentence and bounced around several federal prisons before being assigned to Terminal Island…Kaufman discovered that Charlie only associated with other people for whatever he thought he could get out of them, but that was OK. The guy was damned entertaining. He might be almost illiterate but he sure wasn’t stupid. When Charlie told stories he’d make all these gestures and facial expressions — he just commanded your attention. Charlie told Kaufman that he took the Carnegie course to learn how to make strangers open up to him. He also talked sometimes about Scientology but not as though he was a real believer. Charlie would throw Scientology terms around and also quote long passages of the Bible from memory, but the feeling Kaufman got was that he worshipped only at the Church of Charlie.


Manson was paroled on March 21, 1967 and then made his way to Berkeley and San Francisco, right on time for the Summer of Love. And there, Manson put together the philosophy he would use to create The Family…


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Reinventing himself as a Haight guru and gaining a flock of worshipful followers was irresistible. Charlie still expected that someday soon he’d head south to Los Angeles to snag a recording contract. But the guru business clearly had its own charms and, just like music, it required attracting and retaining an audience. All the biggest stars had entourages, followers to stroke their egos, run their errands, indulge their every whim. Charlie set about recruiting his in the Haight.

He began not by preaching, but by listening. For days Charlie drifted from one street guru to the next, memorizing their best lines and putting together his own street rap…The street philosophy Charlie initially spouted was a hybrid, cobbled together from Beatles song lyrics, biblical passages, Scientology, and the Dale Carnegie technique of presenting everything dramatically. Guitar in hand — sometimes he’d sing an original tune or two to warm things up — Charlie would find an open spot on the sidewalk or in the park and begin chatting with whatever waifs were nearby. He’d talk about becoming free by giving everything up — possessions, individuality, ego. The more you surrendered, the more you had. Death was the same thing as life and nothing was bad. Society insisted some things were wrong, but that was just to hold you down. Breaking away from your inhibitions was important. Love everybody. He offered nothing radically different from hundreds of other would-be Haight gurus with the exception of his presentation. Charlie was a masterful orator, letting his voice fall so his listeners needed to lean in to hear, then roaring so that they had to pull back a little, building a singsong rhythm and smiling and gesturing broadly. He entertained as well as enlightened.


The Church of Scientology howls in protest that Manson was never actually a member, and it hates when the press brings up Manson’s involvement. (In fact, when our 2015 book about Paulette Cooper came out, the only thing the church complained about when asked for a reaction to it from the Daily Beast was that we had, once again, brought up Charles Manson and Scientology.)

But it’s quite clear from the record that Manson did go through Scientology processes and did, at one point, embrace its ideas enthusiastically. Later, he incorporated some of those ideas in a more general philosophy that borrowed from a number of different sources.

Inevitably, as this subject is brought up, you will see an Internet meme claiming that for Manson, Scientology was “too crazy.” The truth, however, was that Manson made use of what he wanted in order to serve his needs. Scientology was just one set of ideas that he borrowed from to create the patter he used to attract people to his cult.

If anything, Scientology proved not crazy enough for Charlie Manson.


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Wikipedia : Scientology


Scientology is a body of religious beliefs and practices developed in 1954 by American author L. Ron Hubbard (1911–86).

Hubbard initially developed a program of ideas called Dianetics, which was distributed through the Dianetics Foundation.

The foundation soon entered bankruptcy, and Hubbard lost the rights to his seminal publication Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health in 1952.

He then recharacterized the subject as a religion and renamed it Scientology, retaining the terminology, doctrines, the E-meter, and the practice of auditing.

Within a year, he regained the rights to Dianetics and retained both subjects under the umbrella of the Church of Scientology.


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Wikipedia : L. Ron Hubbard


Lafayette Ronald Hubbard ( March 13, 1911 – January 24, 1986 )

better known as L. Ron Hubbard and often referred to by his initials, LRH, was an American author and the founder of the Church of Scientology.

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Wikipedia : Manson Family

The Manson Family was a commune established in California in the late 1960s, led by Charles Manson. They gained national notoriety after the murder of actress Sharon Tate and four others on August 9, 1969 by Tex Watson and three other members of the Family, acting under the instructions of Charles Manson. Group members were also responsible for a number of other murders and assaults.

Murder of Sharon Tate and others

Main article: Tate murders

On the night of August 8, 1969, Manson directed Watson to take Susan Atkins, Linda Kasabian, and Patricia Krenwinkel to Melcher's former home and kill everyone there.

He told the three women to do as Watson told them. The Family members proceeded to kill the six people they found: actress Sharon Tate (who was eight months pregnant), who was living there at the time; Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, and Wojciech Frykowski, who were visiting her; and Steven Parent, who had been visiting the caretaker of the home. Atkins wrote "pig" in blood on the front door as they left. The murders created a nationwide sensation.

Murder of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca

LaBianca murders : Date : August 10, 1969

The next night of August 9, 1969, six Family members — Leslie Van Houten, Steve "Clem" Grogan, and the four from the previous night — drove out on Manson's orders. Displeased by the panic of the victims at Cielo Drive, Manson accompanied the six, "to show them how to do it."

After a few hours' ride, in which he considered a number of murders and even attempted one of them, Manson gave Kasabian directions that brought the group to 3301 Waverly Drive. This was the home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary, a dress shop co-owner.

Located in the Los Feliz section of Los Angeles, it was next door to a house at which Manson and Family members had attended a party the previous year.

According to Atkins and Kasabian, Manson disappeared up the driveway and returned to say he had tied up the house's occupants. He then sent Watson up with Krenwinkel and Van Houten.

In his autobiography, Watson stated that having gone up alone, Manson returned to take him up to the house with him. After Manson pointed out a sleeping man through a window, the two of them entered through the unlocked back door. Watson added at trial, he "went along with" the women's account, which he figured made him "look that much less responsible."

As Watson related it, Manson roused the sleeping Leno LaBianca from the couch at gunpoint and had Watson bind his hands with a leather thong. After Rosemary was brought briefly into the living room from the bedroom, Watson followed Manson's instructions to cover the couple's heads with pillowcases. He bound these in place with lamp cords. Manson left, sending Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten into the house with instructions that the couple be killed.

Before leaving Spahn Ranch, Watson had complained to Manson of the inadequacy of the previous night's weapons. Now, sending the women from the kitchen to the bedroom to which Rosemary LaBianca had been returned, he went to the living room and began stabbing Leno LaBianca with a chrome-plated bayonet. The first thrust went into the man's throat.

Sounds of a scuffle in the bedroom drew Watson there to discover Mrs. LaBianca keeping the women at bay by swinging the lamp tied to her neck. After subduing her with several stabs of the bayonet, he returned to the living room and resumed attacking Leno, whom he stabbed a total of 12 times with the bayonet. When he had finished, Watson carved "WAR" on the man's exposed abdomen. He stated this in his autobiography.

In an unclear portion of her eventual grand jury testimony, Atkins, who did not enter the LaBianca house, said she believed Krenwinkel had carved the word. In a ghost-written newspaper account based on a statement she had made earlier to her attorney, she said Watson carved it.

Returning to the bedroom, Watson found Krenwinkel stabbing Rosemary LaBianca with a knife from the LaBianca kitchen. Heeding Manson's instruction to make sure each of the women played a part, Watson told Van Houten to stab Mrs. LaBianca too.

She did, stabbing her approximately 16 times in the back and the exposed buttocks.

At trial, Van Houten would claim, uncertainly, that Rosemary LaBianca was dead when she stabbed her. Evidence showed that many of Mrs. LaBianca's 41 stab wounds had, in fact, been inflicted post-mortem.

While Watson cleaned off the bayonet and showered, Krenwinkel wrote "Rise" and "Death to pigs" on the walls and "Healter [sic] Skelter" on the refrigerator door, all in LaBianca's blood. She gave Leno LaBianca 14 puncture wounds with an ivory-handled, two-tined carving fork, which she left jutting out of his stomach. She also planted a steak knife in his throat.

Meanwhile, hoping for a double crime, Manson had gone on to direct Kasabian to drive to the Venice home of an actor acquaintance of hers, another "piggy". Depositing the other three Family members who had departed Spahn with him that evening at the man's apartment building, Manson drove back to Spahn Ranch, leaving them and the LaBianca killers to hitchhike home.

Kasabian thwarted this murder by deliberately knocking on the wrong apartment door and waking a stranger. As the group abandoned the murder plan and left, Atkins defecated in the stairwell.

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From Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard born on 13 March 1911 to the Tate / La Bianca murders on :


8 August 1969 = INClusive =

9 August 1969 = NORMAL =

10 August 1969 = INTerval =



= 555 months, 555 weeks, 555 days


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For the significance of the 3 digit rep-digits ( 111 to 999 ) see :

The 3119 day sequence from GHW Bush, DCI CIA and WTC-1993 and 9/11


See also : The number 37 and the 3 digit rep-digits or triplets ( 111 to 999 )


See also : The numbers 37, 73 and 666 & the Star of David or Seal of Solomon




See also : Red Ice Radio : Jay Dyer : How Cult Leader Charles Manson Was Made : MP3 Hour 1


See also : Dave McGowan : Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon : Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & The Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream


See also : Dave McGowan : Programmed to Kill : The Politics of Serial Murder

Dave McGowan's website : Center for an Informed America




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"Levi Bellfield" murders : Amélie Delagrange : Female Nazi : Jane Bernigau


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Yusuf Rahim ( born Levi Rabetts 17 May 1968 )

formerly known as Levi Bellfield, is an English serial killer.

He was convicted on 25 February 2008 of the murders of Marsha McDonnell and Amelie Delagrange and the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, and sentenced to life imprisonment.

On 23 June 2011, Bellfield was found guilty of the murder of Milly Dowler.

On both occasions, the judge recommended that he should never be released.

He converted to Islam whilst in prison.

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Amelie Delagrange

Amélie Delagrange was a 22-year-old French student visiting the UK.

She was found at Twickenham Green on the evening of 19 August 2004 with serious head injuries, and died in hospital the same night.

Within 24 hours, the police established that she might have been killed by the same person who had killed Marsha McDonnell 18 months earlier.

Bellfield reportedly confessed to the murder while on remand.

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Wikipedia : Jane Bernigau

Gerda "Jane" Bernigau ( born 5 October 1908, Sagan, Germany — year/place of death unknown )

was an SS Oberaufseherin in Nazi concentration camps before and during World War II.


Camp work

Bernigau was born on 5 October 1908, in Sagan, Germany ( now ?aga?, Poland ).

In 1938, she joined the camp staff at the Lichtenburg early camp in eastern Germany.

There, because of her willingness to get her job done, she was eventually promoted to chief wardress (Oberaufseherin) over the vast system of Gross-Rosen women's satellite camps.

In May 1939, Bernigau went to Ravensbrück concentration camp as a guard.

In September 1942 ( or 1943 ), Bernigau was sent as a wardress to the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp satellite camp at St. Lambrecht.

Bernigau was posted to the Gross-Rosen concentration camp in 1944 as chief wardress and dealt with the initial training of female guard candidates until they were dispersed out to Langenbielau/Reichenbach for completion of their course.

She was awarded the Kriegsverdienstkreuz II. Klasse ohne Schwerter medal in 1944 for her devotion to the Third Reich and her camp services, and she had tremendous power over her subordinate female guards as well as the women prisoners in the sub-camps.

In a recent publication, they wrote: "The commander of Gross-Rosen inspected the camps frequently and went on field trips to choose appropriate locations for new camps. SS Chief Supervisor Jane Bernigau did a stint in Gross-Rosen and sometimes accompanied the commander on visits that had been chosen for new camps. She also joined him in visits to camps and factories where the employment of prisoners had to be regularized."


Evasion

In February 1945 Bernigau accompanied male SS leaders from Gross-Rosen to Reichenau where she fled from during May 1945 and was never prosecuted for war crimes.

After the war she lived in West Germany and according to the German historian Isabell Sprenger, Bernigau was several times interrogated by the authorities, for the last time in 1976.

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From the "Holocaust narrative" : Female Nazi : Jane Bernigau born on 5 October 1908


to the murder of Amélie Delagrange on 19 August 2004 is :


= 911 months, 911 weeks, 911 days






See also : Madeline McCann : Zion : Nathan Birnbaum

See also : Madeleine McCann : Nazis : First Racial Definition of Jews

See also : Madeleine McCann : Nazis : Hitler Youth

See also : Milly Dowler : US Bill of Rights

See also : Milly Dowler : Queen Elizabeth II

See also : Milly Dowler : Operation Candyman

See also : Milly Dowler : Holocaust : Anne Frank narrative



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The murder of John Lennon : Barbara Bush



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Wikipedia : Barbara Bush


Barbara Bush ( née Pierce; born June 8, 1925 ) is the wife of George H. W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States, and served as First Lady of the United States from 1989 to 1993.

She is the mother of George W. Bush, the 43rd President, and Jeb Bush, the 43rd Governor of Florida. She served as the Second Lady of the United States from 1981 to 1989.

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From Barbara Bush born on 8 June 1925


to the murder of John Lennon on 8 December 1980 is :


= 666 months


See also : Bosnian War : Srebrenica massacre : Barbara Bush



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Correction : Anne Frank and the murder of JFK Jr.



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Anne Frank and the murder of JFK Jr.


Original UK 9/11 forum post : The Death of John F. Kennedy Jr, his wife Carolyn Bessette, and her sister Lauren Besette on 16.7.1999


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From Anne Frank born on 12 June 1912


to the murder of John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette on 16 July 1999 is :


INTerval =


= 666 months, 666 weeks, 666 days




The above post contained a typo in the year of Anne Frank's birth.

1912 was typed by mishteak, instead of her reported birth year of 1929.

The date arithmetic, revealed, as ever, by clicking the link, was accurate, correctly using 1929 and not 1912.


The typo has been corrected below. The date calculator link remains the same as before.


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From Anne Frank born on 12 June 1929


to the murder of John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette on 16 July 1999 is :


INTerval =


= 666 months, 666 weeks, 666 days




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