The Illuminati Outline of History
1920 C.E. to 1950 C.E.
1920s — Assassination of estimated 400 German public figures begins. U.S. entry into League of Nations blocked in Senate. Development of modern advertising techniques emphasizing manipulation rather than information.
1920 — GWP becomes the National Socialist German Worker’s Party.
1921 — Council on Foreign Relations incorporated; founded by Wilsonians House, Dulles and company upon their return from Paris, with the help of the Round Table Group. Marconi states he believes mysterious V code on pre-WWI radio came from space; Tesla recalls seeing lights, vivid images, when he was a boy. Hitler takes over the NSGWP.
1922 — Mussolini, alleged British Intelligence agent, comes to power in Italy, begins attempt to eliminate Mafia in Sicily. Cheka reorganized as GPU, Russian secret police. CFR journal Foreign Affairs founded. King Tutankhamen’s tomb opened in Egypt, thus invoking “King Tut’s Curse”; 14 violent deaths in as many years linked to the curse.
1923 — Assassination of Pancho Villa in Mexico. Founding of Hitler’s National-Socialist (Nazi) Party in Germany. International Police (Interpol) founded in Vienna. In the face of the Teapot Dome and other scandals, President Harding visits Alaska and receives a “long ciphered message” which visibly upsets him, causing him to ask what a president could do when friends betrayed him; he died soon after among conflicting rumors about the cause of his death. Fort’s New Lands published.
1924 — J. Edgar Hoover takes over FBI. During Mars’ closest approach radios around the world went off the air in order to allow interception of any possible messages from space; when translated onto photographic tape, signals received produced crudely drawn faces. Lovecraft ghostwrites for Houdini.
1925 — Lionel Curtis organizes the Institutes of Pacific Relations in at least ten countries for the Round Table Group.
1926 — Suicide of synchronicity researcher Paul Krammerer, biologist, freemason.
1927 — Rise of the CFR due to Rockefeller and other foundation funding. The Crystal Skull discovered in ruins of Lubaantun in British Honduras.
1928 — Nomination of Catholic Al Smith sparks last spurt of growth for the KKK. Soviet produced film shows conditioned reflex experiments on humans.
1929 — CFR moves to Harold Pratt Building on 68th Street. Great Depression begins. Quisling’s About the Matter That Inhabited Worlds Outside Ours and the Significance Caused by It to Our Philosophy of Life published.
1930 — Pavlov begins applying knowledge of conditioned reflex to human psychosis.
1930s — Mafia becomes integral part of the U.S. organized crime. Continuing political assassinations accompany Nazi rise to power.
1931 — Fort’s Lo! published.
1932 — Fort dies after publishing his last book, Wild Talents.
1933 — Attempted assassination of Franklin Roosevelt; Chicago mayor Cermak killed instead. FDR orders use of Great Seal of the U.S. on reverse side of the dollar bill. Reichstag Fire, set by Nazis, used to suspend civil liberties.
1934 — Assassination of S.M. Kirov, Soviet leader and Stalin collaborator. Russian GPU renamed NKVD. Beginning of Hitler’s Black Order. Unexplained “ghostflier” broadcasts in Sweden.
1935 — Assassination of Senator Huey Long. First lobotomy performed by Egas Moniz in Lisbon.
1936 — Beginning of Moscow Purge trials in which numerous communist leaders were brainwashed into false confessions and then executed.
1937 — Spanish Civil War begins. First of 48 “Lost Colony” stones found in North Carolina; stones supposedly tell the story of lost Roanoke Island colony. Amelia Earhart Putnam, aviator, disappears.
1938 — Assassination of Leon Sedov, Trotsky’s son; first assassination attempt against Trotsky. Nazi invasion of Austria; Interpol exiled — or taken over by Nazis; German expedition to Antarctica stakes out 600,000 square kilometers, lands near the South Pole. Electroshock treatment discovered. Orson Welles’ dramatization of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds scares American radio listeners.
1939 — Attorney Leon Cooke, friend of Jack Ruby and financial secretary of the union which employed Ruby, killed by union president Jack Martin; union subsequently taken over by Mafia. League of Nations suspended. Germany invades Poland; World War II begins. CFR offers it services to U.S. State Dept. Interpol grouped with Gestapo. Amateur radio astronomer Grote Reber receives dot-dash signal from space. Attempted assassination of Hitler.
1940 — Assassination of Leon Trotsky in Mexico. British secret police renamed MI-5 and MI-6 for duration of war. Interpol moved to near Berlin., with Reinhard Heydrich in charge. Nazis allegedly begin building Hitler’s secret hideout in Antarctica. Roosevelt sends Gen. “Wild Bill” Donovan on info-gathering mission to Europe; Donovan recommends a central intelligence organization. U.S. State Dept. creates Division of Special Research headed by CFR member Pasbolsky.
1941 — Japan attacks U.S. Fleet at Pearl Harbor, allegedly through the maneuvering of Roosevelt and his advisors to provide an excuse to enter the war. Donovan made head of new Office of Coordinator of Information. The Books of Charles Fort published.
1942 — Assassination of Interpol chief Heydrich in Czechloslavakia. Donovan’s OCI evolves into the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).
1943 — LSD-25 discovered by Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann. Nazi Admiral Doenitz boasts the German submarine fleet has built “in another part of the world a Shangri-La on land, an impregnable fortress.” Juan Peron and other pro-Nazi leaders take power in Argentina. Pilots on both sides of the war report seeing “foo- fighters,” unexplained flying objects, while flying war missions.
1944 — Attempted assassination of Hitler. Nazis begin sending millions of dollars worth of jewels, paintings and cash to Argentina for safe keeping. Russian NKVD reorganized as MGB. Donovan prepares plan for Roosevelt to establish a central intelligence agency which is pigeonholed, later reconsidered by Truman. American band leader Glenn Miller disappears on unarmed flight over the English Channel.
1945 — Alleged assassination (suicide) of James Forrestal at Bethesda Hospital Neurological Ward, after his attempt to warn Roosevelt of Illuminati plot. Roosevelt dies, Truman becomes president. Mussolini killed. Hitler allegedly escapes from Berlin after arranging for a fake suicide cover story; Hitler’s death announced, Admiral Doenitz takes command; submarines U-530, U-977 and others begin secret journey from Norway soon after Quisling allegedly refused Hitler’s offer to take him “aboard a submarine to a safe refuge”; two months after Germany surrenders submarines U-530 and U-977 give themselves up in Mar del Plata, Argentina, after allegedly being lost from the submarine convoy taking Hitler and others to their hideout in Antarctica; Nazi leader Martin Bormann escapes without a trace from Berlin after supervising Hitler’s “suicide.” First atomic bombs dropped. World War II ends. General Gehlen, Head of Nazi Intelligence, captured by U.S. Army and flown to Washington; other Nazi and British agents imported to U.S., along with Werner Von Braun and other developers of the V-2 rockets. Interpol dissolved — or reorganized with headquarters in Paris, the story varies. OSS disbanded, its agents moving to military intelligence agencies and the State Dept. CFR allegedly takes over State Dept. United Nations founded. “Official beginning of Bermuda Triangle mystery,” when Flight 19, made up of five naval bombers, disappears off the coast of Florida; another plane sent to investigate also disappears — 6 planes and 27 men vanished. An Air Force plane’s engines fail over Iwo Jima as foo- fighters maneuver around it.
1946 — Murder of wire service king James Ragen by Syndicate friends of Jack Ruby; indictment dropped following additional murders. John Kennedy and Richard Nixon elected to House of Representatives. Truman’s executive order sets up the National Intelligence Authority and Central Intelligence Group. Gehlen returns to Germany to continue intelligence work for U.S. Army. Interpol reorganization meeting held in Brussels. Admiral Byrd allegedly leads Naval “research” expedition to Antarctica to attack Hitler’s secret hideout; attempt allegedly fails and Hitler and his “UFO scientists” continue their activities. Waves of unexplained “ghost rockets” seen in Europe, especially Scandanavia.
1947 — Attempted assassination of Minneapolis Mayor Hubert Humphrey. Partition of India receives “strong impetus from the Round Table Group.” National Security Act establishes Dept. of Defense, National Security Council and Central Intelligence Agency. France creates SDECE, similar to CIA. Second UFO flap year; Kenneth Arnold reports flying saucers near Yakima, Washington, and other reports soon follow. Maury Island “hoax”: an early Men-In-Black incident three days before the Arnold sighting, in which a “donut-shaped object” dropped slag on a boat near Tacoma, Washington; the next day an MIB visited Harold Dahl, who was piloting the boat, and warned him not to discuss the sighting; the boat’s owner, Fred Crisman, was suspected of being a CIA employee and was later called to give secret testimony at the trial of Clay Shaw in New Orleans; pilot Dahl disappeared and UFOlogist Arnold, who investigated the case, reported unexplained failure of his own plane’s engine soon after two Air Force investigators were killed taking off from Tacoma’s airport.
1948 — Assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. Attempted assassination of labor leader Walter Reuther. Beginning of Operation Ohio, a CIA program responsible for one hundred European assassinations during the next ten years. Beginning of CIA interest in UFOs as a “security” problem. McCord employed by the FBI. Nixon gains prominence in the Alger Hiss case as member of the House Un- American Activities Committee; goes to Miami where he meets Bebe Rebozo and goes yachting with other underworld-connected figures. Martin Bormann reported living in Argentina. New nation of Israel creates Central Institute for Intelligence and Security. World Council of Churches founded in Amsterdam.
1949 — Report critical of CIA filed and forgotten, unread by Truman; Central Intelligence Act exempts CIA from disclosure laws. E. Howard Hunt becomes CIA agent; Clay Shaw becomes agent for CIA’s Domestic Contact Service. The Gehlen Organization transferred to CIA control. U.S. Army begins 20 years of simulated germ warfare attacks against American cities, conducting at least 239 open air tests. Interpol granted consultive status by UN. Chaing Kai-shek flees to Formosa; mainland China taken by communist leaders; Social Affairs Dept. and other Chinese secret police created. Trial of Cardinal Mindszenty in Hungary following his brainwashing and confession of conspiracy.
1950 — Attempted assassination of Truman by Puerto Rican nationalists. Korean War begins. Congress passes McCarran’s Internal Security Act setting up program for detention of subversives. Hiss convicted of perjury; Nixon elected to Senate after smear campaign against California opponent. U.S. Army engages in “simulated” germ warfare in San Francisco and the Pentagon. National Council of Churches founded in U.S. CIA organizes the Pacific Corporation, a large holding company which was the first of many CIA “private” enterprises. Alleged CIA plot to introduce UFO contact ideas with “Little Green Men” stories and radio contact “from space.” Malcolm X receives visit from an MIB while in prison. Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky proposes a catastrophic theory of ancient history in which a huge “comet” of matter is ripped out of Jupiter, approaches Earth close enough to cause universal fire/flood legends in primitive folklore and the settles into orbit as a new planet, Venus; Velikovsky receives ridicule and contempt from his fellow scientists, thought 20 years later Jupiter is generally considered a “cold star” rather than a planet and Velikovsky’s prediction of a hot climate on Venus is confirmed. Approximate starting date of building of Mount Weather, secret American government fortress.
Part I: Dawn of Time to 1000 C.E.
Part II: 1000 C.E. to 1776 C.E.
Part III: 1776 C.E. to 1920 C.E.
Part IV: 1920 C.E. to 1950 C.E.
Part V: 1950 C.E. to 1973 C.E.
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