A FILM STUDIO and a director were needed for the Apollo 11 moon landing. Langley found them in Walt Disney and Stanley Kubrick and three actors named Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin. It was 1969. Nixon had only recently become president. That same year, Mickey Mantle announced his retirement from professional baseball. Angela Lansbury was the talk of the town on Broadway. And in Montreal, John Lennon and Yoko Ono waited on a maid to clean their room so that they could stage their bed-in. Intel actually gave us three notable releases slotted for that very summer. The aforementioned was science-fiction. Another was a musical. The other horror. In a past paper, we have already dealt with the Woodstock musical. So today, let’s talk about horror. You’ve likely seen the movie.
The plot goes as follows.
A disenchanted Laurel Canyon musician is rejected by every record label executive on the Sunset Strip, despite becoming a cult leader among its music and Hollywood royalty, and then murders a Satanic actor at the home of a Satanic movie director, the catch being that he is a real Satanist. There is certainly more to it than that, but already you’re likely latching onto the idea. The title is the Manson Murders. Or perhaps we shall call it Helter Skelter. Really, call it whatever you wish, but we’re finally doing it. After several months of dropping hints and laying the groundwork, this is the day when we’ll be taking a closer look at the final performance of actress Sharon Tate, before she went by another name. Also, over the course of this paper and the next, we will finally ask ourselves: Why hasn’t Roman Polanski received credit for the Manson murders?
You will likely tell me Polanski had an alibi and that he was in London at the time, “researching a project.”
Then consider the following.
.The June 29, 1970 edition of National Bulletin made mention of a Manson murder after-party in which a close friend spotted both Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski together in Brazil. Which friend—you ask. If ever track down a physical copy, then I’ll let you know. Again, you will roll your eyes and tell me that Bulletin is as untrustworthy as National Enquirer, if not worse. The funny thing is, media mogul Generoso Paul Pope Jr., the architect of Enquirer, worked for the CIA’s psychological warfare unit. That tells you everything that you need to know. It’s why Enquirer laid it on thick after Elvis Presley died, claiming that he yet lived, because Intel was letting us in on their magic bunny hat trick while simultaneously making anyone look stupid for believing the truth. We call that controlled opposition. Bulletin is likewise Intel run, like Playboy Magazine. Here is something they both have in common. They’re bent on making men fat, lazy, sexually depraved, but mostly limp and impotent. In an upcoming paper in this series, we shall take a closer look at the Sharon Tate disappearing-reappearing trick.
Last week, I offered a prelude to the Manson family murders, and it involved The Beach Boys. Mm-hmm, even The Beach Boys were in on it. We covered the fact that Dennis Wilson was laying the groundwork in the American consciousness, and made particular mention of Terry Melcher, who resided in the 10050 Cielo Drive house before Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate moved in. More ground work was covered with my papers on Haight-Ashbury, Vito Paulekas, and The Mamas and The Papas, the short of which is this. Intel created the hippies. They composed the soundtrack of their lives (All the leaves are brown….). And they also provided the intersecting street signs. In this paper, we will not cover individual members of the Manson family, the night of the murders, nor the resulting media-saturated trials hosted by Vincent Bugliosi. Today, we will only cover the victims leading up to a sweltering hot August night in the 10050 Cielo Drive household. They’re actors. For the actual event, you shall have to wait another week.
Before venturing forward, I would recommend you give “Even The Beach Boys Were In On It” a read. Because spooks swim in the same circles. Apparently, it’s a rule or something. Much of this has to do with the fact that the children of Cain rule the world, just as they had in pre-deluvian times. Moses was telling us something. Do you believe the sons of Seth knew the sons of Cain were ruling over them, as a general rule? I don’t. Are we not living in the days of Noah? Indeed, we are. Most people are just as ignorant now as then. This also means that spooks are often related to each other, and if you’ve been paying attention, then I’ve already set out to prove it. The following papers will likely be commented upon, whereas the information contained within won’t be repeated. Haight-Ashbury. RFK Assassination. The Beach Boys. The Mamas & The Papas. Woodstock. Grace Slick. Lookout Mountain. Vito Paulekas. Elvis Presley. Gulf of Tonkin.
With that, let’s begin.
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ROMAN POLANSKI was a provider of horror movies. But he didn’t merely direct horror. He conceived the horror in his head and then materialized the demons on a typewriter. Sometimes he even acted the parts. His first movie was a Polish film released in 1962, called Knife in the Water. Its story revolves around a man and a woman nearly hitting a hitchhiker while driving across the country. They invite him out on a fishing boat afterwards. The hitchhiker tricks the man into leaving the boat and then has sex with his wife. She confesses to their deed moments before the closing credits. Polanski was later offered to make the movie again in English, and in color, staring Henry Fonda this time, but he refused, saying he did not want to remake a movie that was already good. Polanski’s next movie came in 1965. Repulsion was a psychological horror film made in England. The following year, Cul-de-sac was filmed in the Netherlands, and is described as a bleak nihilistic film.
In 1967, Polanski filmed his first color movie, The Fearless Vampire Killers, a parody of vampire films, though it is known as Dance of the Vampires in most countries outside of the US. It was filmed in Italy with a plot that centers upon a buffoonish professor and his clumsy assistant who are traveling through Transylvania in search of vampires. Polanski notably played the professors assistant, and became a vampire before the closing credits. Take note of the fact that Polanski is making movies in Italy during Operation Gladio. You will soon see for yourself how the two were in bed together. It is this film in which the director met actress Sharon Tate. There you go, Operation Gladio. Already confused? Give it a few minutes. Soon you won’t be. She played the role of the local innkeeper’s daughter. They were soon married in London on January 20, 1968, where-in Polanski dressed up like Austin Powers. Groovy.
Polanski’s biggest movie to date arrived that very year—in 1968. Rosemary’s Baby was based upon the horror novel by Ira Levin. Another popular novel of his is The Stepford Wives. Polanski reportedly wrote the 272-page screenplay in slightly longer than three weeks. Its plot centers upon leading actress Mia Farrow becoming impregnated by the devil in return for her actor husband’s stage success. So, a biography about the world of acting then. It also begs us to ask the question: What if the Creator is dead while Satan lives? Levin was a Jooish “atheist.” Now you know. And anyways, if the Intel community needed to find someone to direct a Satanic slasher flick, passed off as the real thing on television, then they’d found their candidate. It was Polanski’s last movie before Sharon Tate and four others were murdered by the Manson family on August 9, 1969.
His very first movie after the Manson murders is something called MacBeth. Polanski said he wanted to capture the authenticity of Shakespeare by stepping up the violence. Also, Shakespeare apparently liked his leading ladies to take their tops off. Hugh Hefner and Playboy Productions funded the 1971 X-rated feature, in which Hefner was personally credited as executive producer. We constantly hear how Polanski had to choose his next project very carefully after the Manson murders, but seeing as how Hefner is an MK-Ultra Puppet Master and Playboy Magazine an Intel project, and that the film itself was screened in Playboy Theater, already he’s done a very poor job of it. Polanski simply hopped from one Intel project to another.
Speaking of MK-Ultra, Polanski’s next movie, What? begins with an intended humorous scene in which an American hippie hitchhiking trough Europe is raped in the back of a car by three men. It is an act of dissociation which is intended to mimic Alice’s tumble down the rabbit hole, because she soon arrives at a coastal villa inhabited by sexually obsessed Wonderland creatures, and much like his adaption of Shakespeare productions, spends the rest of the movie without any clothes on. Polanski himself plays the character thought to resemble the Cheshire Cat.
As we have already established, Polanski met Sharon Tate soon before directing the horror film The Fearless Vampire Killers in 1967, wherein she played the role of the local innkeeper’s daughter, but also a vampire. By this time, the actress had already appeared in episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies, Mister Ed, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and starred in another horror film called Eye of the Devil—a movie mostly about devil worship and sacrificial murders, but that’s probably irrelevant. Tate played a witch, both in the movie and in real life. She apparently won the role after Kim Novak fell from a horse and the film had to be reshot without her. English magician Alex Saunders, known as ‘King of the Witches’, was hired as technical adviser. Saunders later claimed that he initiated her into witchcraft and had photos showing her inside a consecrated magic circle to prove it. Those photos however have never been produced.
Tate then went on, after playing a vampire in Fearless Vampire Killers, to having a part in her husband’s movie, Rosemary’s Baby, but also playing a slut in The Valley of the Dolls, and the plot goes something as follows. Tate divorces a man who doesn’t love her, aborts their baby, and then moves to Europe in order to become a soft core porn actress, where she finally kills herself. In case you were wondering, the dolls in the title are a reference to Tate’s dependence upon amphetamines and barbiturates. Other
actors victims in the Manson murders share the same theme. The movie would spawn a sequel, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. It was released in 1970, only one year after her murder, and was written this time by future film critic, Roger Ebert. The director of Beyond, Russ Meyer, went from shooting propaganda films for the Army during The War to shooting centerfolds for Playboy Magazine in the fifties, and soon thereafter, porn films.
The point I’m trying to make here is that Tate’s fate was likely already decided before her marriage to Polanski. And that is because Sharon Tate was an Army brat. But even more-so, her father worked in Intel. The official narrative even pushes this facet of the plot, never expecting us to fight off the headache of cognitive dissonance without their pharmaceutical subscription of blue pills. But are you really surprised? I’m not.
Paul Tate officially worked 23 years in U.S. Army Intelligence as a counterintelligence officer and retired as a lieutenant colonel soon after his daughter’s death. He entered intelligence in 1946, which was a big year, considering that President Truman disbanded the OSS to form the CIG, an acronym for Central Intelligence Group, which would almost immediately thereafter be replace by the NSC and CIA in 1947. The narrative has Tate masquerading as a hippie for four months after his daughters death. Sure. You know how TV shows sometimes contain within themselves their own fictional shows? We call it a show within a show. This is one of them. And it’s rather ironic, since I have already established that spooks dressed up as hippies under the pay of the CIA in order to create the hippie movement, not infiltrate them, since day one.
In 1959, the Tate’s moved to Verona, Italy, where a teenage Sharon Tate soon found herself hanging around movie sets, actor Jack Palance, singer Pat Boone, even dating actor Richard Beymer, who had by this time already starred in West Side Story and The Diary of Anne Frank. Meanwhile, we are not told what Colonel Tate worked on at Caserma Passalacqua, where he was stationed, but we needn’t be. Passalacqua was the headquarters of SETAF, an acronym for Southern European Task Force, from 1956 until 1965, when it was moved to Caserma Ederle in Vicenza. This links him to Operation Gladio.
Operation Gladio was a NATO-backed paramilitary network alliance forged at the close of The War by the CIA, the Sicilian and US mafias, and the Vatican, in order to push anti-communist false flag operations in Italy and throughout Europe, which included haineous mob related crimes, assassinations, and bombings. It was instituted by CIA director Allen Dulles and initially led under Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy. The idea was to curb leftist ideology, particularly in Italy.
Officially non-existent, Operation Gladio was known as a “stay behind network,” meaning, if the Red Army invaded Europe, its members would stay behind enemy lines to disrupt Soviet control. And for decades, we are told, her agents were so deep undercover that it made it difficult for NATO, MI6 and other deep state agencies to control. I will remind you that this is according to the official narrative, when in fact the Cold War was another hoax in and of itself. The same people controlled both sides.
To sample a mere taste of Operation Gladio’s false flag operations, we only need look to December 12, 1969, when four bombs exploded in Milan and Rome, killing 16 and wounding another 80, most of whom were visiting the Piazza Fontana. After the massacre, the CIA planted bombs in the villa of leftist Giangiacomo Felrtinelli in order to push blame on the Communists. However, knowing what we do of September 11 and the fake terrorists (no planes hit the World Trade Center), we can easily deduce that even Felrtinelli was an actor.
General Giandelio Maletti, head of Italian counter-intelligence, later testified on the Piazza Fontana explosion, during which he threw President Nixon under the bus, and I quote: “The impression was that the Americans would do anything to stop Italy from sliding to the left. Don’t forget that Nixon was in charge and Nixon was a strange man, a very intelligent politician, but a man of rather unorthodox initiatives.” Remember, this is 1969. That summer, Nixon sponsored a musical, a science fiction movie, and a Satanic slasher film, but now we can add a terrorist bomb plot to his over bloated production roster. If you want an example of how truly strange Nixon was, I’m preparing a paper now on Watergate, which brought about his downfall, and that was a hoax.
Tate’s bio on The Wikipedia would have us believe that her arrival in Hollywood was purely organic, and that she struggled to make a name for herself despite failed screen tests, one in particular with Steve McQueen. But that is ridiculous. Contrarily, her move corresponds with father Paul Tate’s reassignment in San Pedro, about 20 miles south of Hollywood. The connection made for us derives from her 1960 Italian summer fling with Richard Beymer, thereby landing a contract in 1962 through Beymer’s agent, Harold Gefsky, but more than likely, Intel was looking to pimp out Paul Tate’s pretty daughter. She first appeared on the cover of Stars and Stipes Magazine in 1960. We are constantly told that Daddy didn’t approve, but that’s ridiculous. The Pentagon asked princess Sharon to straddle a
phallus rocket against Colonel Tate’s wishes? Exactly.
Though Fort MacArthur is in San Pedro, Lookout Mountain in Laurel Canyon would not have gone unnoticed by a man of Tate’s pedigree. As we have already seen in my previous paper on the Bikini Atoll, the secret movie studio was home to the atomic bomb hoax. Perhaps even the sound stage from where the Apollo 11 landed. And yet, for all we know, Tate was instrumental in The Sixties counterculture psyop, which not only included the CIA’s creation of the hippie (in partnership with Colonel Louis West and the MK-Ultra program), but the literal invention of Charlie Manson. I have stated in the past that I believe Vito Paulekas was intended to be the original Manson before getting into legal trouble, via the death of his toddler child, and fleeing the scene. And in fact David Crosby of The Byrds bears all the striking similarities of yet another contender. Again, for all we know, Tate may have been Manson’s handler.
I checked. Manson served two terms at Terminal Island in San Pedro. His first stint was in the 1950’s. He returned in 1966 and 1967, perhaps right about the time when Colonel Tate got a hold of him, seeking Paulekas’ replacement. Other inmates at Terminal Island have included Al Capone and, as a contemporary of Manson, Jooish gangster Mickey Cohen. In 1974, Timothy Leary and Watergate co-conspirator G. Gordon Liddy were incarcerated there at the same time, so we know spooks and actors have frequented the prison.
Not long after signing on with Beymer’s agent, Sharon Tate hooked up with hair stylist Jay Sebring, aka Thomas John Kummer. Their relationship lasted from 1964 to 1966. Sebring went so far as to propose to her, which apparently took for a time. Their engagement ended after sharing a cube of acid with Polanski and making love at dawn. Tate and the director moved in together in the spring of 66. You may recall that Sebring became another corpse in the Manson murders. His proposal may be the official narratives way of telling us, or rather passing notes among spooks in class, that Sebring was considered for the role which Polanski would later fill. Polanski had all the markings of a handler. He alone held total control, regularly insisting that she take part in his random orgies. By the way, Sebring was a hairdresser, which is oddly important to the narrative. Also, Kummer is a Jooish name.
The Wikipedia puts such an emphasis upon his hair-styling as to claim: from beauty school he “promptly invented a whole new way of cutting men’s hair.” His innovations apparently including shampooing men’s hair before styling it, cutting their hair with scissors instead of clippers, and using blow dryers, which were popular in Europe but not well known in the United States. He also used hairspray in an era when Brylcreem was the accepted hair product for men. If this describes your entire hair cutting experience, then thank a spook. As evidence, Wiki further claims: “his styling techniques were still being taught 40 years after his death.” Mm-hmm, your whole world is a lie.
Jay Sebring’s acclaimed hair studio sat right at the mouth of Laurel Canyon, just below the Sunset Strip. Repeated clients included Warren Beatty and Henry Fonda. We are also told that he flew out to Las Vegas regularly to trim Sammy David Jr. and Frank Sinatra‘s hair. These same names keeping popping up over and over again, and here’s another. Sebring is notably the talent who sculpted Jim Morrison’s iconic head of hair. If Sebring tended to Manson’s hair, we are not told. You figure the subject of hairstylists came up, however, as Jim Morrison is recorded as having visited Charlie. Fun fact: Fonda lived in the guesthouse at 10050 Cielo Drive at one time, because spooks all swim in the same circles. Larry Geller, hair stylist and close personal confidante of Elvis Presley, worked with Sebring. Also, Papa John Phillips invested $10,000 in Jay Sebring’s business venture, Sebring International, which is said to involve drug trafficking.
You know how the mafia likes to play the part of the florist, clipping flowers as a cover for lopping off people’s fingers in the back room? Apparently, the CIA has a thing for hair studios, because in 1971, retired Colonel Paul Tate opened up Tate Gallery for Men’s Hair Design in Rolling Hills. Perhaps his undercover work as a hippie inspired him.
As I have already mentioned, the Army Intelligence Officer grew his hair out and became an undercover hippie on the Sunset Strip. Colonel Tate told The Times that his undercover work led to the arrests of several suspects in the murder of his daughter, and you know that’s a lie. Charlie Manson was under surveillance the entire time. Who are these other suspects? We’re not told.
Every picture I can find of Colonel Tate from this era seems to paint the portrait of a hybrid between middle-aged beatnik and creepy pedophile. Other pictures in The Matrix will show beatnik Paul getting frisked in a police station while dressed for the part of a corporate CEO, perhaps between gigs. We are given multiple pictures from different angles to attest for this fact. Tate is smoking a stogie while the officer presses up against his bum, like any good old fashioned police frisking. That’s how deep undercover Colonel Tate went, apparently. It was his last official mission before finally settling on hair design.
If Colonel Tate served in the Army, and this is all we’re ever told, then the next obvious question is: Why is a picture floating around on the internet with Paul Tate in a Navy uniform?
In other hair styling news, Charles “Tex” Watson had his own connection to the hair salon profession, but are you really surprised? I’m not. Watson lived for a time in Laurel Canyon on Wonderland Avenue, a hop and a skip away from Lookout Mountain, where Colonel Paul Tate likely frequented. At the time, he co-owned and worked in a wig shop in Beverly Hills, Crown Wig Creations, Ltd., located near the mouth of Benedict Canyon. To put this in slightly different terms, Sebring was repeatedly stabbed by another hair stylist. It was Tex who killed him.
Did Papa John Phillips invest in the Colonel’s studio? We are not told.
Sebring may have been a hair stylist, but in 1966 he was an actor. He appeared in Batman alongside Adam West and Burt Ward. I’ve included a picture from that episode. Looks bored, yes? His agent afterwards may have told him he could do a better job at playing a corpse.
Another interesting fact is that Sebring assisted with launching the film career of Bruce Lee. So, right away you can’t argue that Sebring was a nobody. The official story is that Sebring, a martial-arts enthusiast and spectator, was wowed by a kung-fu demonstration sponsored by Lee. Sebring showed the footage of the demo to producer William Dozier, who went on to cast Lee in The Green Hornet. It’s interesting, but particularly important, if we stop to ponder the possibility that the Chinese-American martial artist and the Japanese-American theoretical physicist Michio Kaku are the same person. This will have to be dealt with in another paper. I only bring it up however because we may have just received a glimpse into Sebring’s other specialty—aside from hair, that is. Because we know it wasn’t acting. After his murder at the hands of Tex Watson, who did Jay Sebring end up becoming?
In May 1969, Sebring opened a new salon at 629 Commercial Street in San Francisco. Guests included Abigail Folger, who had already invested in and owned 60 shares with Sebring, Inc. In turn, Folger played the part of another corpse at 10050 Cielo Drive.
Recognize the name Folger? She’s popped up in several of my recent papers. You’re probably sick of hearing about her. Usually, all we are shown of Abigail Folger is a high school year book photo, as if to make her look like the common everyday sort of person. But Abigail Folger was an heiress to the Folger coffee company. After scouring through The Matrix, I was successful in finding one incredibly rare photo of Abigail Folger, and what is she doing? Acting. Technically, singing. But there is little difference, as she is standing upon a stage, and the spotlight is pressed upon her.
Folger was a financier of RFK’s White House run. She also helped to finance Kenneth Anger‘s film, the one that was supposed to feature toddler Godo Paulekas playing the part of Satan, but instead starred Mansonite Bobby Beausoleil. Small world. She furthermore loaned $10,000 to the Straight Theater at Haight and Cole Street precisely when Colonel Louis West was executing the CIA’s Haight-Ashbury Project and West was requiring the use of actors. You will also recall that Charles Manson frequented the Free Medical clinic, where West’s office was set up. As it turns out, Abigail Folger’s mother had performed volunteer work for the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic drug treatment program. If Manson and the Folger’s knew each other in San Francisco, we are not told. They did however meet each other in Laurel Canyon, particularly since Folger was a Laurel Canyon neighbor of Cass Elliot, whom Sebring, Manson, and Crosby hung with. David Crosby has stated repeatedly to this very day that he never met Manson. In other words, if Manson was in the room, then he was not, and every time he had an alibi. Right. The same people who rung Cass Elliot’s doorbell were regulars at the Folger-Frykowski home. One such visitor to both homes was Sharon Tate.
In July of 1969, Abigail Folger and Voytek Frykowski, whom I shall turn to in a second, were house sitting for Polanski and Tate while the two were in Europe. Meanwhile, somebody named Layne Wooten lived in Topanga Canyon. That very month, he later testified that he had held a long conversation with Manson at the Topanga shopping center. Manson was driving a red Ferrari and was escorted by a woman wearing a red scarf on her head and sunglasses. Manson did not own a Ferrari, but Tate did. The woman he was with was probably Abigail Folger.
On Sunday, August 3, 1969, just several days shy of the murders, Manson visited the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, which had played a key role in the Human Potential Movement, a phrase borrowed from Aldous Huxley. He brought along his guitar. Abigail Folger can be pinned to this very Institute, as she had attended seminars there. Also, someone at the house on Cielo Drive had phoned Esalen on the afternoon of July 30, 1969.
As an added bonus, it might very well be true that Folger loaned money to Timothy Leary and Charlie Manson. Whether such claims can be proven is not necessary, as Folger has demonstrated time and again that she was a financier.
And lest I forget, Folger shared a home at 2774 Woodstock Road with fellow Manson victim Voytek Frykowski—another actor. We are told that Frykowski’s inheritance had dried up by this point, and that he was living off of Folger’s fortune, because Folger apparently preferred playing the role of the sugar daddy.
Frykowski got his start in the bludgeoning post War Polish film industry, and surprise-surprise, we find him financing and producing Polanski’s early film, Mammals. He then helped out as a life guard while Polanski shot his first feature, Knife In The Water. Apparently, Frykowski and Polanski’s partnership extends even further back, as they met at a high school dance. The story goes that Polanski, serving as the door man for the evening’s festivities, wouldn’t let Frykowski into the venue, knowing his bad boy attitude. What might have become a fistfight ended with the two having drinks together. On closer scrutiny, movie making is a Frykowski family business. His younger brother Jerzy Frykowski is a movie production manager and Frykowski’s own son, Bartlomiej Frykowski, became a cinematographer.
Frykowski and Folger. Just look at those two lovebirds. What a perfect pair. They met through Jooish novelist Jerzy Kosiński. Mind you, that’s the organic explanation. Somehow Frykowski was capable of meeting a nice coffee heiress who lived right down the street from his old film buddy, but who also financed hairstylists, politicians, and actors. Folger is looking more and more like an Intel casting agent.
I can’t help but wonder if Sebring’s home may have originally been intended as the stage for the Manson murders—that is, before Polanski stepped in. We are on the subject of movie scripts. And one thing CIA Hollywood loves is recycled movie scripts. Sebring’s Benedict Canyon home, at 9820 Easton Drive, had once belonged to Jean Harlow and Paul Bern. Harlow was already a starlet of the silver screen and 21 when they were married on July 2, 1932. Just two months later, on September 5, Bern was shot in the head in his wife’s bedroom, and found lying naked, drenched in his wife’s perfume. MGM’s head of security, Whitey Hendry, as well as Louis B. Mayer and Irving Thalberg, descended upon the home hours before the police arrived. You know, just to tidy things up a bit. A similar theme would play out with the Polanski house, as Shahrokh Hatami, an Iranian photographer and friend of Sharon Tate, was tipped off about the murders 90 minutes before their bodies were discovered.
Bern’s common-law wife, Dorothy Millette, boarded a Sacramento riverboat on the following day and was found floating belly up in the Sacramento River. Harlow died less then five years later, at the age of 26. Before Sebring’s death at 10050 Cielo Drive, three other souls died in his own home. Pool drowning. Suicide. And a maid was found swinging from the end of a rope.
FYI, Nancy Sinatra was a regular at the Polanski-Tate house. Just about everyone was, but her father, as you likely already know, is none other than the Sultan of Swat. Chairman of the Board. In short, Frank Sinatra. At the time, Sinatra was married to Mia Farrow, and as I’ve already pointed out in one paper or another, no matter how hard Sharon Tate had gunned for the lead role in Rosemary’s Baby, and despite her recent marriage to the director, Paramount cast Farrow. At the time, Papa John Phillips was having an affair with Farrow.
Sharon Tate reportedly loitered around the set of Rosemary’s Baby, becoming increasingly obsessed with the occult. Actor Christopher Jones had an affair with Tate. In 1969 they were going strong. Jones later recalled how Tate talked about her belief in reincarnation, furthermore believing she had lived previously as a nine-year-old child who died tragically in a fire. He stated, “The second she said that, the doors to the restaurant blew open even though there wasn’t any wind, and she looked really shocked.”
Tate later told Jones: “The Devil is beautiful Most people. think he’s ugly, but he’s not.”
It was on a trip to London that Tate was reportedly initiated into the practice of witchcraft. And what is psychodrama again? If you’re a regular reader of my work, then you already know the answer to that. If not, I’ll catch you up to speed.
Psychodrama is witchcraft.
And that’s all the Manson murders really is. I think it’s time we enter the stage at 10050 Cielo Drive and take a closer look at the performance.
Matthis, Miles: “The Tate Murders Were a False Flag”
Medium: Ward, Jason: “Was Charles Manson a CIA lab rat?”
New York Post: Kaplan, Michael: “Here’s why roman Polanski thought Bruce Lee killed Sharon Tate”
Ward, Justin: “Was Charles Manson a CIA Lab Rat?“