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Nathan Twining

Nathan Farragut Twining (October 11, 1897 – March 29, 1982) He was Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force from 1953 until 1957, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1957 to 1960. His mother was Frances Staver Twining, author of Bird-Watching in the West. On September 23, 1947, authored a memo […]

William F Buckley Jr

November 24, 1925 – February 27, 2008 CIA “Special Activities” operative (supervised by E Howard Hunt) segregationist witch hunter spy novelist queer-basher crypto-Nazi Buckly wrote an entire book in praise of Joseph McCarthy’s anti-communist witch hunts. Things have gotten so bad that Buckley is now considered a gentle moderate. His his elder brother Jim Buckley […]

Thane Eugene Cesar

Armed security guard standing directly behind Robert Kennedy when he was shot in the back of the head. Cesar — a supporter of the racist candidate George Wallace, and outspoken in his hatred of the Kennedy’s — was hired as a part-time security guard just a few months before getting called up at the last […]

E. Howard Hunt

Everette Howard Hunt, Jr. aka: “Cancer Man” October 9, 1918 – January 23, 2007 prolific spy novelist convicted Watergate burglar CIA operative and assassin confessed accomplice in the assassination of JFK Hunt was William F. Buckley Jr’s supervisor while Buckley was a black ops agent in Mexico City in the early 50’s.

Frank Sturgis

Frank Anthony Sturgis born Frank Angelo Fiorin December 9, 1924 – December 4, 1993 manager of Tophat Nightclub in Virginia Beach mercenary in Castro’s army anti-Castro gunrunner convicted Watergate burglar In the 50’s, he “spent time” in Mexico, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, and Honduras. And had nothing to do with the revolutions and political […]

John S McCain

John Sydney McCain III terrible pilot (three planes crashed, one shot down) POW Philandering playboy (“maverick”) POW Senator POW Cylon operative POW John McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone on August 29, 1936. His mother, Roberta Wright McCain, was an oil heiress. His father Admiral John McCain II, became commander-in-chief of the Pacific […]

Lee Harvey Oswald

The Oswald backyard rifle photos are considered clumsy fakes, in part because the shadows on the face don’t match anything else in the picture. The head appears to be from a photograph taken at a different time of day, pasted onto a body that is actually shorter than Oswald. The FBI made this test photo […]

James Casbolt

drug mule conspiracy theorist disinformation agent Casbolt believes that alien-human reptoid hybrids are living in underground bases and drinking the blood of innocent children. He believes that British intelligence runs all the other governments of the world, along with the global drug trade. He believes the London train bombings in 2004 were fake and the […]

Joe Klein

A “centrist” pundit. “The only way that real change… will come is through coalitions built from the center out. And those coalitions will only flourish in a public atmosphere of civility, humanity and compromise.” — Joe Klein

Carlos Allende

aka: Carl M. Allen, Carl Meredith Allen, Carlos Miguel Allende Disinformation agent. Described as a highly intelligent but nonetheless mentally ill itinerant. Claimed to be a witness to the so-called Philadelphia Experiment. Correspondent of Morris Jessup, writing to him about the horrible experiment, and suggesting that UFOs were using the same forces. Eventually, Jessup dismissed […]

Bill Moore

William L Moore Well-known UFOlogist, especially prominent in the 1980’s. Bears resemblance to a bearded Fox Mulder. He co-authored several books with Charles Berlitz, including The Roswell Incident — the first book written about the alleged Roswell UFO crash/retrieval Bill Moore was a central figure in the release of the controversial Majestic 12 documents. He […]

Ray Palmer

Raymond Arthur Palmer Editor of Amazing Stories from 1938 through 1949 Prolific science fiction author With Richard Shaver, Palmer was author/editor/creator of the Shaver Mystery. Palmer was hit by a truck at age seven and suffered a broken back. At nine, a failed spinal graft left him a hunchback who never grew past four feet. […]

Kenneth Arnold

Often considered the first modern UFO witness. While flying near Mount Rainier in Washington state on June 24 1947, Kenneth Arnold saw nine extremely fast moving disks skipping across the sky. An AP wire reporter described them as flying saucers” — a name which stuck. Due to the publicity surrounding his report, and because he […]

Daniel Guggenheim

(1856-1930) American industrialist and philanthropist brother of Simon Guggenheim and son of Meyer Guggenheim. Member of NSL (National-Security-League) which was the driving force for moving the then neutral USA into the first World War. Interested in rocketry. Funded the work of Robert Goddard Links wikipedia: Daniel Guggenheim

Athanasius Kirchner

(May 2, 1602 — November, 28 1680) Scientific superstar. 17th century German Jesuit scholar who published around 40 works, most notably in the fields of oriental studies, geology and medicine. He made an early study of Egyptian hieroglyphs. One of the first people to observe microbes through a microscope, he was thus ahead of his […]

Charles Lindberg

Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. (February 4, 1902 — August 26, 1974) aka: Lucky Lindy, The Lone Eagle Pioneering aviator Strongly opposed to America entering World War II. Considered by some to be a Nazi sympathizer, FDR banned him from joining the military. (in 1954. Dwight D. Eisenhower restored Lindbergh’s assignment with the Army Air Corps […]

Juan Diego

aka:Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, Singing Eagle (Nahuatl name) The fifty-seven year old Aztec indian who was contacted by the Virgin of Guadalupe. Diego’s tilma or cape bears her famous image and hangs over the high altar in the basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. (Magonia, 138) Juan Diego was canonized on July 31, […]