American “King of All Media” European Royal?

American “King of All Media” European Royal?

Emotionalism is rendered meaningless in the face of objective analysis.

For the substance of any analysis which is underscored by empirical, historical, and even forensic evidence to be considered fully, one must be willing and even determined, like any disposable detritus, to cast the impediments of one’s emotional attachments aside.

Nevertheless, for the majority – time and again – feelings and emotional connections ultimately contain greater consideration; especially, it would seem, when it comes to an in-depth analysis that, most likely, could be construed as an overt and even personal criticism of their favorite Hollywood or mass media celebrities.

Blind adoration is often the result of such childish attachments to celebrity idols.

For a time, at least, there was no bigger media celebrity – or so he proclaimed – than the ‘King of All Media’, Howard Stern.

The celebrity known as Howard Stern is merely another media character operating under a pseudonym.

It turns out, “Howard Stern” is a pseudonym for a prominent European royal, someone who – in the past – has shown himself to be more than familiar with the concept of post-modern reality simulation. Continue reading “American “King of All Media” European Royal?”

Rock and Roll’s Blair Witch Superstar

Rock and Roll’s Blair Witch Superstar

At the risk of sounding presumptuous, this installment shall attempt to blow the myths surrounding the music and entertainment industries into utter splinters.

In the past, one has discovered the biographies of the past’s music industry icons to have been completely fabricated in a grand effort to completely conceal the industry’s rampant nepotism.

The result’s of one’s further research shall attempt to divulge the true extent to which nepotism has fouled the music and entertainment industries, dispelling the myth the concepts of fame and renown are predicated on the merits of diligence, persistence, and talent alone.

Most, if not all of the classic rock stars of the past were sons and daughters of the rich and powerful, those with genealogical ties to the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families whose monopoly chokehold on the music and entertainment industries of the West remains unbroken to this day.

Perhaps more remarkably, there are clear indications that, when it comes to the genuine phenomenon of the actor based reality, there exist overlapping connections between the professional fields of politics and the music and entertainment industries, in so far as several of those iconic Hollywood figures examined in the past, have also served as the host actors that portrayed some of American history’s most heralded and mythical figures. And, in the true spirit of a family affair, there is every indication several of their offspring have also served as host actors for many of the most revered entertainment personalities.

First however, one shall examine the career of a child actor who appeared in what would become one of Hollywood’s most recognizable and iconic examples of classic horror cinema, the Exorcist. When loyal readers learn of just who this actor truly is and, learn of her true genealogical ties, the effect of such a revelation shall surely be nothing less than- pardon the crude pun – positively head spinning.

Before loyal readers continue on though, one shall provide just the faintest hint: Linda Blair is the hidden daughter of Shirley McClain (McClain is known to be a practicing Wiccan or modern-day witch), and the hidden niece of the host actor currently portraying the role of a US senator from Massachusetts married to an iconic Hollywood actor who is not only McClain’s brother, but formerly portrayed disgraced US president and Rockefeller puppet, Richard M. Nixon.

More than this though, one shall also demonstrate a connection between Linda Blair and a late-night talk show host, the JFK assassination and three of rock and pop music’s most iconic acts.

Impossible, you say?

Well, one shall attempt to demonstrate, this grand connection heads right to the doorstep of the one of the world’s most prominent merchant banking families, the Rothschilds.
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Actors in history’s grand stage play (part VI)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (part VI)

In the wake of the JFK assassination, would soon arrive the seemingly perfect anecdote for America’s malaise. In 1964, four charismatic lads allegedly hailing from a dank and gray overcast port called Liverpool, appeared on the popular Ed Sullivan show and proceeded, armed with rough hewed guitars and sunny melodies, to pluck euphoria from the oak strong grip of sorrow, holding captive America’s hearts as well as their imaginations.

However, after more than sixty years since that eventful night on American television, cracks are starting to appear in the media sorcerer’s wall of spells.

And now, it is time to tear the wall completely down.  Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (part VI)”