The year was 1947, and a morbid specter lingered over the neon sparkled boulevards of Hollywood, California.
1947 turned out to be a seminal year, not only for staged media hoaxes, but because it represented the birth pangs of a new government agency-CIA.
It was claimed an unknown actress, Elizabeth Short, was found dismembered in the wastelands just outside the environs of Los Angeles, California. Per official history, though a long and protracted investigation was conducted by the LAPD, and even suspects questioned, the murder was never officially solved. The publicized coverage of the case aroused a nationwide furor, and would later, not surprisingly, spur the publication of books and the production of Hollywood movies and television productions for decades to come.
In essence, the ruling elite Jesuit families that own Hollywood know that murder mysteries sell.
In many ways, what came to be known in American urban mythological lore as the Black Dahlia murder, represented the creation of a profitable vehicle for mainstream media distraction, a piece of intriguing theater that would not only appeal to the dormant morbidity hiding in the mass collective subconsciousness, but would serve to well draw the American public’s attention away from much more significant issues that somehow never got reported on the six and eleven o’clock newscasts, or appeared on the front pages of the major news periodicals of the day.
The answer as to why the LAPD was never able to collar any suspects in the case of the Black Dahlia murder will soon become self-evident. Official biographies claim Elizabeth Short, better known as the Black Dahlia, was a native of Boston, Massachusetts, which as it turns out, is a major hub for the Jesuit ruling elite families, intelligence, and the establishment of the first official American masonic lodge at the Bunch of Grapes Tavern on King’s street. It is a safe bet, these biographical details serve as major clues as to from whence the origin of the Black Dahlia story’s gory gestalt originated.
Throughout the array of articles found at Newsspellcom.org, regular visitors have certainly noticed a pattern regarding the creation of such sensational media stories, and the utilization of host actors derived from the ranks of the ruling elite families themselves, those who own and operate the major corporate television and newspaper outlets. No surprise then, the creation of the Black Dahlia murder happened to coincide with another major publicized event during the year of 1947, the Roswell crashed alien saucer hoax reported in New Mexico.
Major and mass publicized media stories such as Black Dahlia and Roswell serve two ostensible purposes; one, to distract the public from more significant issues the ruling elite families do not wish for the public to know, and to also test the gullibility of the public-a psychological trial balloon of sorts-to observe exactly what will comfortably fit within the realm of mass public credulity, or not.
In the case of the Black Dahlia murder, the story of an aspiring actress living on the fringes of Hollywood’s world of film entertainment, involved with an array of shadowy but intriguing and even attractive and dashing characters like George Hill Hodel (more on him shortly), is the very stuff of epic legend, the sort of grandiose story tailor made to not only ignite the bonfires of popular imagination, but an idea designed specifically to titillate those subterranean demons known only to the human subconsciousness.
What has become standard mainstream media operation in latter days was just business as usual then as well; the media sorcerers spin their tales and broadcast their spells upon the wicked and bristling electromagnetic dots of the television set, and the fervent subconsciousness of the mass public comes alive to fill in the details. Stories like the Black Dahlia play on a dark psychology bubbling just beneath the facade of those living lives of quiet desperation in the nooks and crannies of suburban hinterlands or on the fringes of the middle American landscape secretly yearning to be part of something bigger than themselves.
So too, major organized religion plays upon this curious psychological human desire.
That the case was never solved, while keeping the pubic intrigued and entertained with wild imaginings, is not surprising. And, for good reason. Because, you see folks, like so many times before and since, the entire saga of what came to be known as the Black Dahlia murder was a staged, albeit profit making hoax.
The subsequent ‘investigation’ by LAPD was wholly meant for public consumption, and merely went through the procedural motions, while predictably failing to arrive at any definitive conclusions.
Remember too, law enforcement is part of the masonic brotherhood and controlled by the thirteen elite ruling Jesuit families. The international brotherhood of the masonic orders, both Scottish and York Rites, as well as the Eastern Star (masonry for the fairer sex), are the handmaidens of the ruling elite families, and at the highest degrees are designated as gatekeepers of secrets covered over with a thick sheen of pseudo-religious and mythological nonsense, secrets of how the world really works the uninitiated or profane are not supposed to ever become privy to, while those relegated to the lower levels of ‘blue lodge’ masons, the first three degrees, are merely utilized as do-good philanthropic dupes and a source of revenue through masonic connected organizations such as Rotary club, the Elks, and Knights of Columbus.
Black Dahlia murder was masonic derived public theater
One of the more high profile suspects in the wake of media furor over the murder of twenty-two year old (22, or double eleven, masonic master builder) aspiring Hollywood actress Elizabeth Short was a man by the name of George Hill Hodel (See: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hill_Hodel).
Hodel’s official biography poses him as an American physician, who while never formally charged with the crime, came to even wider suspicion after his death in 1999 for not only the Black Dahlia murder, but the highly publicized Zodiac serial murders in San Francisco. If one but for a moment shall allow an off topic analysis, the Zodiac killings appear to be a hoax as well, for cursory analysis of that media event appears to be rife with the same masonic markers extant not only in the Black Dahlia case, but the infamous Son of Sam murders that took place in New York during the 1970’s.
Indeed, without going into great detail, the narrative of the Zodiac murders reads like a lost Dan Brown manuscript, complete with secret codes that never get solved and an intriguingly drawn cast of colorful characters readily created either for the best selling printed word or a highly rated television mini-series.
Turns out, there exists an inextricable link between intelligence and the creation of serial murders, and the fictional character of George Hill Hodel was posed as a suspect in several high profile cases. It is claimed Hodel was intimate friends with Man Ray, a surrealist and Dadaist photographer, and noted Hollywood director John Huston. These are curious relationships to be sure, since in the case of Man Ray, his specialization in the creation of a sub-genre of modern or abstract art, was a twentieth century phenomenon heavily promoted by none other than the intelligence agencies MI6 and lo and behold, CIA (See: How CIA destroyed American art culture).
As for Hodel’s relationship with John Huston, who better to turn to than a noted Hollywood director and producer with a team of professional script writers at his disposal to create a wild and imaginative saga such as the Black Dahlia murder?
Turns out, the creation of the character known as George Hill Hodel, posed as a child musical prodigy born of upper middle class means to a pair of Russian Jewish immigrants, was played by a host actor, an actor famously known as ‘the man of one thousand faces’.
Believe it folks.
For, one shall readily recognize the host actor as the very same cast not only in iconic roles of traditional British theater, but in the immortal role of Obi-wan-Kinobi, the all seeing Jedi master of Star Wars legacy.
Yes, folks, ear bio-metric and photographic analysis indicates the true identity of one George Hill Hodel was none other than the inimitable Sir Alec Guinness.
This rather curious Alec Guinness interview with a renown British talk show host begins with his account of the untimely and tragic death of young and iconic actor James Dean. Listen very carefully to Guinness’s account. If one has become a regular visitor to Newsspellcom.org, then one shall notice the inherent utilization of numerology during the interview as well as NLP, or neural linguistic programming. Guinness actually claims in this recounting that he somehow foretold Dean’s tragic death, right down to the specific day of the week and even the time of day. Could it be Guinness was an all seeing Jedi swami after all, or just had connections to intelligence like CIA-or better still was James Dean’s intelligence handler informing him he was being given another assignment? Not only does Guinness utilize the 777 hoax code from the outset of the interview (probably to let the host in on the fact he is telling a concocted story) but his description in the recounting of the fantastic tale utilizes NLP to trigger the imagination of the studio audience. But, there is more to Alec Guinness revealed in yet another interview from the mid-1970’s with British presenter Tony Bilbo.
In this interview from the early 1970’s, presenter Bilbo starts off by asking Guinness about his childhood and how that related to his ultimate desire to become an actor. The response is quite revealing, if one knows what to listen for. Guinness recounts how his father, whom he claims to have never known, was a bank manager, and that he “was on his own from the age of 14 or so,” (14, or double 77, the twin lightning charges of Zeus or Lucifer being cast from heaven). Guinness will also claim that while setting out on the path in his initial quest to become an actor, he worked at an advertising agency as a print layout man in his teens. While there, he was “put on to Martita Hunt,” with whom Guinness later starred in David Leans’ film production of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. Indeed, how is it that Guinness, an admittedly incompetent young print layout employee, was able to so easily connect with such a renowned British actress of both stage and screen at such an early age? Was it fate, or was there an arrangement made? Perhaps the father Guinness never claims to have known was a bit more influential than the average bank manager – a Rothschild perhaps?
Nevertheless, Guinness’s reference to his father ‘the bank manager’ pricked one’s ears. Looking more closely at Guinness’s facial features, there is a stunning resemblance to Lord Jacob Rothschild, the infamous British merchant banker, and true identity of the current British monarch’s consort, Prince Phillip. Could it be, that like other children of royal and noble lineage deemed artistic dilettantes from an early age, Guinness was pushed in the most feasible direction – into the arts for example – in order to help greatly increase the financial portfolios and overall renown of the family’s reputed nobility? Speculations aside, there can be no doubt Sir Alec Guinness, not only due to his role as George Hill Hodel in the infamous but fictional case of the Black Dahlia, but his unusually fast rise in the British theater and still later in Hollywood, was at some point, perhaps at the earliest junctures of his illustrious acting career, connected to the international intelligence octopus under the auspices of the ruling elite Jesuit families. Striking one’s curiosity further still, Guinness, in yet another interview with BBC’s Roy Plumley recorded for the network’s ‘Desert Island Disc’ series, stated that while serving time in the royal navy during WWII, he posed as a ‘crowd artist’ (crisis actor, perhaps?).
More royal connections in the case of the Black Dahlia
Just at the juncture of research when one thought there couldn’t be yet another royal connection in the case of the mythical Black Dahlia, alas, there is.
Nailing down the true identity of Elizabeth Short was at first, a chore, but once the involvement of a noted actor with more than probable royal connections was established, the rest was rather a simple matter.
Ear bio-metrics and facial analysis has determined the actual identity of the mythical Black Dahlia was none other than Fawzia Fuad, daughter of Egypt’s King Fuad I and first wife of Iran’s monarch, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, the very same monarch CIA fomented a coup in 1953 to replace democratically elected president Mohammed Mosaddegh. Starting to observe the intricate web of connections here, folks?