Tag: los-angeles

8
Apr

Fort Moore

The flagpole is gone. The fort around the flagpole is gone. The hill where the fort stood is gone. You are standing beneath their deepest foundations. The streets now flow through the absence of a hill, submerged roads settled on the floor of forgotten caverns.

6
Jun

Albert Nozaki

(January 1, 1912 – November 16, 2003) An art director who worked on various films for Paramount Pictures. He is perhaps best known for his design of the alien ships from the 1953 film The War of the Worlds. Born in Japan, he immigrated to America with his parents when he was 3. He became […]

25
May

Mormon Battalion

The only religiously based unit in United States military history. Led from Santa Fe to California by Philip St. George Cooke, who oversaw the construction of Fort Moore. References wiki/Mormon_Battalion

30
May

Los Angeles

Founded as El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles sobre El Ri­o Porciuncula — The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels on the River Porciuncula “(porcinicula meaning “little portion”) George Adamski meet several visitors from other planets in LA. Orfeo Angelucci had alien encounters in the LA river bed. […]

14
May

Manly P Hall

Manly Palmer Hall Prolific occult author Founder of the Philosophical Research Society Raised as a Mason on November 22, 1954 (Jewel Lodge No. 374) References Manly Palmer Hall – Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon PRS Research Library

13
May

Battle of Los Angeles

During the night and morning of February 24-25 1942, things were seen flying over southern California and a citywide blackout was declaired from the Mexican border to the San Joaquin Valley. A yellow alert lasted from about 7:18 pm and was called off at 10:23 pm. A blackout was called at 2:25am until 7:21am. Some […]

29
Apr

Plan 9 from Outer Space

aka: Graverobbers From Outer Space, Revenge of the Dead Joanna Lee as Tanna and Dudley Manlove as Eros Repeatedly voted by critics as the worst movie ever made and usually digested with choruses of derisive laughter, the magnum opus of director Ed Wood contains far too much truth for most people to comfortably face. Plan […]

5
Mar

Yvonne Jentzsch

Founder of the Scientology Celebrity Centre in Hollywood. Death By Devotion: Tragic Tale of Scientology Celebrity Centre Brainchild Yvonne Jentzsch alt.religion.scientology – Yvonne Jentzsch, founder of Celebrity Centre, abandoned & forgotten by the cult scientolipedia : Remembrances_of_Yvonne

5
Mar

Sirhan Bashira Sirhan

Grew up in Pasadena. One time initiate in the AMORC. Alleged lone assassin of Robert F. Kennedy. On June 5, 1968, Sirhan fired a gun in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. However the Los Angeles coroner Thomas Noguchi found that according to the bullet trajectory and the power burns to Kennedy’s […]

5
Mar

Gerald Light

According to Mr. Light, he traveled with several witnesses to Muroc (Edwards) Air Force Base on April 15, 1954 to examine five spacecraft. A letter to his friend Meade Layne: Gerald Light 10545 Scenario Lane Los Angeles, California My dear friends: I have just returned from Muroc. The report is true — devastatingly true! I […]

4
Mar

Civilian Saucer Investigations – Los Angeles

CSI-LA A UFO study group in California, active from around 1952 – 1954 LIFE Magazine – April 7, 1952: “Civilian Saucer Investigations” was organized by Sighter Ed J. Sullivan (standing), who urges other sighters to write to P.O. Box 1971, Main Post Office, Los Angeles. CSI includes Dr. Walter Riedel (behind Sullivan), who was chief […]

4
Mar

Advanced Organization of Los Angeles

AOLA from Scientology 1306 L Ron Hubbard Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027 Located on the corner of Fountain Ave and L. Ron Hubbard Way, this is one of five advanced Scientology training centers in the world. References Scientology: ADVANCED ORGANIZATION LOS ANGELES http://www.freedommag.org/english/LA/issue02/page01b.htm TMR: The Man Who Got Me Out of Scientology