While perusing the title, I can sense what you may be thinking: what would the iconic television character of Detective Columbo have to do with the vintage but short-lived television program, Twilight Zone?
A lot, as it turns out.
How do we know this?
There exists empirical evidence, the creator, narrator and host of the vintage, ground-breaking, and formerly popular television program The Twilight Zone, which featured half-hour long vignettes of speculative fiction during the era of the early 1960’s, did not “die” in the mid-1970’s, but went on to become mainstream television’s lovable, bumbling, but oh so calculating Los Angeles police Lieutenant, Columbo.
Not only was it discovered the career arc of both Serling’s and Falk’s official biographies merge chronologically, but Serling’s features connections to the US military, connections which we’ve witnessed, time and again, represent a suspicious and rather pertinent commonality between nearly every celebrity entertainer/popular culture figure examined in the past.
Further examination of Falk’s biographies revealed telling connections to the prominent family of American merchant bankers, the Rockefellers, and to the historically prescient socio-political formulation of anarcho-communism/Marxism.
By the way, the phenomenon described throughout several past installments as it relates to the creation of historical myths – heretofore termed by the author as the actor-based-reality – shall now be referred to as post-modern reality simulation, or PMRS.
For decades, Detective Columbo was one of network television’s most revered, popular, and indelible characters. The show featuring everyone’s favorite absent-minded police detective first began as a made-for-television film which aired in 1968 entitled Prescription: Murder.
When the movie developed into a highly-rated television series shortly thereafter, the show’s premise and narrative style quickly distinguished itself from those established by more traditional police procedural/murder mysteries.
Rather than the identity of the murderer revealed at the end, the perpetrator’s identity – usually an upper-class villain in a position of power and prestige posed in dramatic opposition to Detective Lieutenant Columbo’s more humble origins – was revealed from the beginning of the show, giving the audience the opportunity to witness the cigar chomping and eccentric television gendarme – while clad in his trademark brown rumpled raincoat – demonstrate his rather unorthodox but effective detection techniques as he went about solving the crime throughout the course of the suspenseful narrative.
While reflecting upon the career of the man who portrayed the legendary Detective Columbo, many fail to consider that, prior to the widespread popular success of his portrayal of the endearing but bumbling LA police Lieutenant, Peter Falk was well-established not only in Hollywood, but both on and off-Broadway. While examining Falk’s long resume of accomplishments in the professional entertainment business, it was his educational background that struck immediate chords of particular interest.
Reportedly, Falk graduated from Hamilton College, where he received a degree in literature in 1951. Official biographies also indicate – during that same year – Falk matriculated at the New School for Social Research, from which he received a Bachelor of Arts in political science.
These facts would – comparatively – seem to be rather anomalous when held against the biographies of other legendary entertainment stars of both stage and screen. It would also seem, considering Falk’s acquisition of such academic degrees – fields of academic study not normally associated with those intending to embark upon a successful career in show business – that Falk may have been somewhat overqualified for the theatrical profession.
Or, was he?
NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESERCH
Two years later, in 1953, Falk also received a Masters of Public Administration from Syracuse University, a university featuring the official mascot of the Orangemen, which is a symbolic reference to those initiated into the highest ranks of the Templar/Jesuit/Masonic triumvirate. Nevertheless, at this juncture of in-depth research into Falk’s show business career, it is his matriculation at the “New School” for Social Research that should hold the greatest interest to us.
Further investigation into the New School for Social Research proved to divulge some rather eye opening revelations: there were overt connections to – wait for it folks – the Rockefeller Foundation. The “New School” was also established with generous contributions from Hiram Halle who, at that time, during the first quarter of the 20th century, was part owner of Gulf Oil company.
Founded in 1919 for “progressive thinkers” and scholars considered to exist on the fringes of mainstream academia, in 1933, the “New School” became known as the “University in Exile”.
According to information corroborated from several sources – the University “was a haven for scholars who had been dismissed from teaching positions by the Italian fascists or those fleeing from Germany”, a country which, during this turbulent historical era, had seen the collapse of the Weimar Republic resulting from the political coup lead by the National Socialists.
However, the list of notable scholars who regularly lectured at the “New School” shortly after its inception, seem to represent a compilation of some of the 20th century’s most renowned Marxist/anarchist philosophers: Eric Fromm, Max Wertheimer, Aron Gurwitsch, Hannah Arendt, and Leo Strauss, all of whom were critical of capitalism and the idea of individual property rights and in turn, to varying degrees, ideologically influenced by Sigmund Freud, and Frederick Nietzsche, the latter of whom espoused an apostasy against established religions in the West such as Judeo-Christianity in favor of the predominance of secular humanism.
The “New School” can also be linked to the Frankfurt School, a revolutionary academic roundtable of social theory and critical philosophy tied to London’s Tavistock Institute of Human Relations and, by extension, to Theodore Adorno and to the creation of the popular culture phenomenon of the Beatles during the outset of the so-called American counter-cultural social movement.
The following link to an article from America’s so-called “newspaper of record”, the New York Times, presents a thumb nail contextual account of the “New School” and its “maverick” curriculum and its subsequent impact upon Western culture beginning in the early 20th century (SEE: https://www.nytimes.com/1982/05/13/nyregion/the-new-school-a-maverick-gets-ready-to-rebuild.html).
The “Times” article goes on to elucidate the foundational political purpose of the “New School” in providing a “haven for iconoclastic scholars” like Thorstein Veblen and Charles and Mary Beard, the latter of whom co-wrote The Rise of the American Civilization, published in 1927, which featured an historical thesis hailed as one of the seminal, if not most influential works of American historical scholarship during the 20th century.
Further research into the academic career of Charles’s spouse, Mary, revealed her involvement in some of the early 20th century’s most revolutionary social causes.
In fact, Beard’s activities with the women’s suffrage movement, indicated not only was she an academic agent planted by intelligence at the “New School” and sponsored by prominent merchant banking families such as the Rockefellers, but in the true Templar/ Jesuit/Masonic spirit of revolution, she was trained to spread the “humanist” and secular gospel of social and political propaganda.
During much of her lifetime, Mary Beard was employed by such revolutionary minded organizations as New York’s City Suffrage Party, the Congressional Union (an American organization formed in 1913 by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns which campaigned for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing women’s suffrage and ERA), and the World Center for Women’s Activities.
Like the New School for Social Research, and the post-modern feminist movement which rose up and gained popular notoriety in the 1960’s, funding for the women’s suffrage movement can be traced to the American family of merchant bankers, the Rockefellers. The Rockefellers, of course, weren’t interested in the civil, social or voting rights of women, and utilized such revolutionary movements – like today – to shield their true ulterior economic motivations.
From a larger historical perspective, the rise of the women’s suffrage movement happened to also coincide with the American establishment of the Crown Temple’s banking subsidiary, the Federal Reserve. Since merchant banking families such as the Rockefellers have always operated on behalf of the economic and political interests of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families, their goal during this time period was – through strategically placed and widely promoted media propaganda – to empower the masses of women out into the workplace, to not only drive down overall competitive market wages – thus making the operating costs of their industries more profitable – but to have a larger worker’s pool from which to draw profitable income taxes.
Such banking families with international stature – like the Rockefellers – have always worked on behalf of the thirteen families, and from the time of the middle-ages, their official title has been that of HofJude, a title of German derivation meaning “court Jew”, or those who handled the finances of, or lent money to, European royalty and nobility.
Therefore, the prevailing economic system of global feudalism established during the European medieval period – corporate owned human assets or resources toiling on the land owned by ruling nobility or royalty – never grew defunct, it merely became dormant.
America’s middle-class of corporate managers, factory foreman, and low-level administrators – the existence and maintenance of which has always largely been buttressed by the economic illusions of fiat, debt-based currencies – was only created by the merchant banking class during the industrial revolution of the late 19th century and allowed to persist throughout most of the 20th, out of a sense of economic and historical expediency.
In both modern and post-modern times, this prevailing feudalist global economic reality has merely been hidden behind the creation of widely promoted political ideologies over the centuries – since before and after the arrival of the industrial revolution – such as democracy, socialism, Marxism, fascism, and even communism.
Early on in her career as an academic revolutionary, when Mary Beard had an opportunity to observe what she perceived to have been the social injustices of British industrial society, she apparently developed close relationships with a number of influential radical thinkers operating on the fringes of academia preoccupied with ideas of social and political transformation.
Beard met and became involved with a group of cooperative socialists led by Emmeline Parkhurst and the noted Russian anarchist, Peter Kropotkin, an activist, revolutionary, scientist, and geographer who, during much of his lifetime, openly advocated – much like today’s 21st century SJW’s – anarcho-communism/Marxism, a political philosophy and anarchist school of political thought which actively advocates the abolition of the state, capitalism, wage labor, and private property.
What the average SJW of today doesn’t understand, in choosing to vociferously advocate the transformational radicalism of what is perceived to be “social justice”, they are – in the most ironic sense – merely serving as useful dupes in bolstering the global, monopolistic economic hegemony of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.
Given that Falk was steeped in the radical academic milieu of the New School of Social Research, it was rather unsurprising to discover examples of many Columbo episodes in which he starred (Etude in Black/The Greenhouse Jungle, to name but a very few), happened to have featured sub-themes of not only feminism, but the destruction of the economic class historically labeled by communist/Marxist scholars/activists as the “Bourgeoisie”.
Therefore, it may be accurately observed, the fact each episode of “Columbo” posed Falk’s underdog working class police lieutenant (symbolic leader of the oppressed worker’s socialist revolution) in oppositional struggle against that of a villainous but prominent member of the ownership class or “bourgeoisie” – an antagonist in symbolic control of the means of economic production – was most likely not accidental.
It is also no accident that Falk was renowned for possessing a singular glass ocular piece, a physical appendage which was no doubt meant to be symbolic of the one-eyed occult god of Osiris.
Not unexpectedly therefore, Falk’s biographies are found to be filled with occult numerological markers.
In 1996 (9/6/occult mirrored reversal/ying/yang/black and white duality/masonic pillars of Boaz and Jachin/19/Jesuit sun #) TV Guide ranked Falk #21 (777/intelligence joker code) on its 50 (2+3/2 3’s/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry) Greatest TV Stars of All-Time list. Falk was also posthumously awarded with a star on Hollywood’s hallowed Walk of Fame in 2013 (2X13=26/2 6’s/12/21/777).
HELP – I’M STEPPING INTO THE TWILIGHT ZONE!
While viewing the video excerpt from Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone displayed above, did you happen to notice who starred as the episodic protagonist? Yes, folks – you are correct – that was Hollywood actor Dennis Hopper AKA the “late” JFK and hidden brother of Jack Nicholson AKA Danish Prince consort, Henrik.
From a comparative perspective in terms of respective career arcs, by the time “Peter Falk” had graduated with undergraduate and graduate degrees in literature and political science, and had begun to secure small character roles in Hollywood productions, the character known to mid-20th century popular culture as “Rod Serling” was emerging as a bankable television writer and on-air personality.
Like other stars of stage and screen however, Serling’s official biographies indicate a connection to the US military.
Before becoming renowned as a popular television narrator and host, Serling – born Rodman Edward Serling on December 25, 1924 in Syracuse, New York to a “Jewish” family (December/12th month/12/21/777/25/7/Kabbalah Zayin, the mind weapon/1924=26/12/21/777/intelligence joker code/recall that Falk matriculated/graduated from Syracuse University and that members of prominent merchant banking families are termed as Hofjude/code for “Jesuit”) – reportedly emerged from Army combat missions with the 11th (Masonic pillars of Boaz/Jachin) Airborne Parachute Infantry Regiment during World War II as a highly-decorated veteran, awarded with the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Good Conduct Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Army of Occupation Medal, and the Philippine Liberation Medal.
Reportedly, Serling spent most of his youth 70 (7/Kabbalah Zayin, the mind weapon) miles south of Syracuse in the city of Binghamton, after his family moved there in 1926 (18/666).
Early on, his family became supportive of Serling’s developing talents as a theatrical performer.
Rod’s father, Sam, allegedly a butcher/grocer, reportedly built a stage in the family’s basement, where he would put on plays with friends from around his local neighborhood in Binghamton.
Anecdotally, it is said Serling’s brother, Robert, a writer, often recalled that, when Rod was around the age of six or seven (13/summit of the Templar/Jesuit/Masonic pyramid), he would ‘entertain himself for hours by acting out dialogue from pulp magazines or movies he had seen’. Later, after serving in the armed forces from 1943 until 1946, Serling allegedly entered classes at Antioch college and became the full-time manager of the school’s radio station, and it is claimed he also composed all of the station’s on-air programming. Recall that Falk, was also a writer, having received a Bachelor of Arts in Literature.
Not coincidentally, Binghamton – county seat of Broome County located on the Pennsylvania border – is also the site of a masonic Grand Lodge attended by Free and Accepted masons since the late 19th century. County seats are often administrative hubs of record keeping, which is perfect if – in cooperation with those attending a high-level masonic Grand Lodge – someone wanted to legitimize, with doctored birth records, etc. etc., the historical existence of a fabricated character.
While still in high school and while writing for the school newspaper, Serling’s official biographies claim he established for himself – wait for it, folks – a reputation as a “social activist”. Though interested in joining the varsity football team, he was told he was much too small (163 cm./5 ft. 4 in./9/6/33).
Keep in mind, folks, that at 5 ft. 6 in., Peter Falk was just as comparatively diminutive.
Turns out however, comparative height measurements are not the only physical characteristics Serling and Falk have in common. Both ear biometric and facial recognition confirm the “late” Rod Serling served as the host actor for the Hollywood television character of “Peter Falk”.
But that’s not all, because Tony Danza, former star of popular television shows Taxi and Who’s the Boss, is Falk’s hidden Hollywood son.
Would you expect otherwise, folks?
When it comes to Hollywood and the phenomenon of the PMRS, or post-modern-reality-simulation, rampant examples of nepotism are the rule rather than the exception.