Thursday, March 12, 2015

Fear and Loathing in St. Petersburg Part I

St. Petersburg, Florida, is a city that rarely concerns the American public at large. If they think about it all, images of smiling senior citizens living out their golden years in a quiet beach community just a little south of Tampa no doubt spring to mind. But St. Pete --as locals call it --has witnessed a curious string of characters biding their time in the largest city Pinellas County has to offer over the years. Indeed, the deep political implications of St. Petersburg, to say nothing of the influence some of the St. Pete crowd have had on conspiracy culture at large --is quite staggering if little noticed.

There is nothing especially noteworthy about St. Petersburg's history prior to the 1940s, in the wake of WWII. The town derived its name from one of its two, co-founders, Peter Demens (born Pyotr Alexeyevitch Dementyev), a Russian immigrant who spent part of his youth in the far more famous St. Petersburg. While Demens was of noble birth and seems to have left Russia under curious circumstances, this hardly constitutes the kind of intrigue behind the founding of numerous other American cities.

Of course, there is the Russian St. Petersburg and its founder, Czar Peter I (typically known in the West as Peter the Great). Peter is generally remembered for his military conquests (he essentially transformed Russia into an empire) and his Westernization of the nation. His crowning achievement was Saint Petersburg, a city founded upon Peter's concept of Westernization. Within some conspiratorial musings, Peter is described as having been initiated into Freemasonry during his historic tour of Western Europe.
"... The reason that Peter's reign presents a problem is that Peter had repudiated the 'myth' of Russia, trading it for great power status and a certain 'acceptance' by the West. Peter's talented biographer, Lindsay Hughes, speculates that, during Peter's historic tour of western Europe, he was initiated into a Masonic sect. Giving the ideology of Masonry, such a view makes sense, in that the gnostic core of technology, at the expense of traditional Christian agrarianism, was a major prop in the Masonic ideal, or pseudo-ideal. That the western Lodges would have seen Peter as a weapon to use against the traditional order is nearly an irresistible conclusion..."
(The Third Rome, Matthew Raphael Johnson, pg. 111) 
a tool of Masonry?
So perhaps St. Petersburg, Florida was conceived as part of an ongoing Masonic agenda within the design and architecture of our nation's cities. But probably not, so let us move along to be more tangible things.

One of the most curious figures to arrive in the aftermath of WWII was "Count" Anastase "Annie" Vonsiatsky. The Count is quite a mysterious figure who crops up in a host of intrigues both before and after WWII. The Count was an enormous man, standing well over six feet tall (the great John Bevilaqua lists him at 6'6), who was fond of wearing military uniforms and swastika arm bands when out on the town. Vonsiatsky also attended Brown University for a time around 1928. Voniatsky would maintain close ties with Brown for the rest of his life, which is most interesting as the University would attract some curious individuals during that item period.

George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party, and Watergate "plumber" E. Howard Hunt both attended Brown in the late 1930s. Another Watergate "plumber", Charles Colson, would make the scene there in the early 1950s. Colson would go on to found the Prison Fellowship and became a close associate of the elitist and intelligence-connected Christian sect variously known as The Family or The Fellowship (of which much more has been written before here). The overlap between the circles these men traveled in as well as their ties to Brown is most interesting, but the ultimate significance of this (or lack therefore of) connection is as yet unknown to this researcher.

from top to bottom: George Lincoln Rockwell, E. Howard Hunt, and Charles Colson; all Brown men, just like Vonsiatsky
On this topic, it is also interesting to note that the legendary weird fiction author HP Lovecraft was a long time resident of Providence, Rhode Island, home of Brown University. While Lovecraft never attended the school he maintained an interest in it throughout his life and may even have worked for it at one point. This would have been during the same time frame as Vonsiatsky became involved with the school. What's more, Providence is 35 miles or so from Thompson, Connecticut, where Vonsiatsky maintained a residence at "Nineteenth Hole" for many years.

 Interestingly, Lovecraft and Vonsiatsky both appear as characters in Richard Lupoff's Marblehead (originally published in a shorter edition under the title Lovecraft's Book), a bizarre homage to Lovecraft that puts the author in the midst of fascist intrigues during the 1920s. Technically this work is a novel, yet it displays an extensive degree of research concerning the pre-WWII fascist underground. But moving along.

A full examination of Vonsiatsky's life is vastly beyond the scope of this present series (the curious reader is advised to pick up a copy of the great John Beviaqua's J.F.K. --The Final Solution for much more information on the Count and the circles he traveled in), but his pre-WWII activity is especially noteworthy as is his background. So let us start with the latter:
"Vonsiatsky (1898-1965) was of White Russian ancestry, born in Warsaw, whose family had a distinguished pedigree in the Czar's army, and who identified with the White Russian struggle against Communism. In the United States, he was an openly-avowed fascist who colluded with Nazi agents in the United States, and was a colleague of Father Coughlin, William Pelley, and the other American Nazis. His background was colorful and exotic, and he attracted a lot of interest from both the Nazi underground as well as from the US government. His estate in northeastern Connecticut was elaborate, filled with Russian and Nazi memorabilia, and served as the headquarters of his own political party organized for the liberation of Russia from Communism.
"Vonsiatsky had married well. After making his way from Crimea in 1920 to Constantinople to recover from war wounds (he had been shot in his back, his arm, and his stomach), he later made his way to Paris where he met the American woman who would become his wife. She was an heiress to the Nabisco fortune and his wealth came largely through her. He sailed to America in the summer of 1921, and by the following year he was married to the heiress, becoming a naturalized American citizen in 1927.
"After a period of relative political inactivity, Vonsiatsky decided that it was time to form a party that would prepare for the day when the Soviet Union would fall and Russia would be free of Bolshevism. He admired the political philosophy represented by Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, and in May 1933 (four months after Hitler became Chancellor of Germany) Vonsiatsky formed the Russian National Revolutionary Labor and Workers Peasants Party of Fascist. The aim seemed to be to gather together all the Russian émigré groups that were proliferating throughout the United States, Latin America, and Europe under one umbrella with Vonsiatsky as its leader. The headquarters of the All Russian National Revolutionary Party, as it was not for short (!), was called the Center and was located at Vonsiatsky's estate.
"The Count's involvement with other fascist organizations is well-known and documented..."
(The Hitler Legacy, Peter Levenda, pgs. 98-99)
Marion Ream, Vonsiatsky's heiress wife, is the woman in the center
Indeed. What's more, it has long been alleged that Vonsiatsky was knee deep in espionage in the years leading up to the Second World War. The chief source for a lot of the accusations against Vonsiatsky was a Ukrainian priest named Alexei Pelypenko. Initially Father Pelypenko had been a dedicated fascist and had collaborated with the Gestapo in South America during the 1930s. But after the Hitler-Stalin pact he became disillusioned with Nazism and was recruited as an informant by the FBI. His infiltration of Vonsiatsky's circle is his most noted act of espionage.
"Vonsiatsky himself welcomed the Ukrainian Father Pelypenko to The Center and they talked for hours concerning the state of the world and the threat of world communism. Pelypenko's bona fides were established early on: he knew what names to drop and what references to make, as he had been, after all, a devoted Nazi for years until the  demoralizing Hitler-Stalin pact. He had worked in South America for the Gestapo, and was considered loyal to the cause. Only the FBI knew otherwise.
"The Count felt comfortable enough to reveal some sensitive information to the priest, including his connection with Dr. Wolfgang Ebell. Ebell was a German national (b. 1899) who served in the German army during World War One and who went to medical school in Freiburg. He became a naturalized American citizen in 1939 after first working for a while in Mexico (1927-1930). He was then based in El Paso, Texas and while there was discovered to be running Nazi agent south of the border. Also involved in the Mexican operation was Gerhardt Wilhelm Kunze, who had  taken over control of the German-American Bund. Kunze was in fact working for Nazi intelligence at the same time he was the Bund's figurehead. In that capacity he was in contact with Japanese agents in Mexico on behalf of the Reich, and to Pelypenko's  surprise he was informed the Kunze was shortly to go to the Pacific coast of Mexico to make contact with Japanese submarines.
"Vonsiatsky bragged that he was also in radio contact with the Nazi consul in San Francisco – Fritz Weidemann – who passed his messages on to Japan and for there to Germany in an effort to avoid the American censors.
"The importance of this information cannot be overstated and, indeed, it formed an essential part of the US government's case against the espionage ring. In one conversation, the German-American Bund and Vonsiatsky's Russian Fascists were all revealed to be working together with the Third Reich and the Empire of Japan in the months and years leading up to America's entry into the war. A spy ring in Mexico being run out of El Paso, Texas was connected with the Nazi consul in San Francisco and Japanese submarines, White Russian émigrés, and American Nazis...
"As it would later transpire, this group of conspirators would also extend to include Father Coughlin himself, as well as the Lutheran minister Kurt Molzahn of Philadelphia, and the head of the Chicago chapter of the Bund, Otto Willumeit. Pelypenko was urged to attend a clandestine meeting of the leading Nazis in Chicago at the Bismarck Hotel (where else?) in June, 1941. The meeting was bugged by the FBI.
"At the meeting – attended by Vonsiatsky, Kunze, Ebell, Willumeit and Molzahn in addition to Pelypenko – it was learned that Kunze was to quit the leadership of the Bund so that he could disappear into Mexico and rendezvous with the Japanese...
"In November, 1941 – only weeks before the attack on Pearl Harbor – Kunze was waiting in Texas for the false documents he would need to cross the border into Mexico. The man arranging for the fraudulent paperwork was the Lutheran minister, Molzahn, who use the Lutheran Church's pruning office for this effort...
"Kunze had spent the previous few weeks touring America's west coast, identifying vulnerabilities in her defenses, and liaising with White Russians along the way. Once in Texas, he received the phony documentation and made it across the border into Mexico. He was on his way to be picked up by a German U-boat when FBI agents, posing as Mexican fisherman, arrested him just as the periscope breached the surface.
"Kunze's arrest – coming as it did only months after the attack on Pearl Harbor – was part of a broader sweep of Nazi agents. Molzahn, Willumeit of the Chicago Bund, Wolfgang Ebell of El Paso, and Vonsiatsky himself were all arrested and charged with espionage."
(The Hitler Legacy, Peter Levenda, pgs. 100-104)
the Bismarck
Vonsiatsky was ultimately sentenced to five years in prison in addition to a $5,000 fine in 1942. He ended up serving less than four years, however, and was released on February 26, 1946. Apologists have long depicted the Count as a rather buffoonish figure with delusions of grandeur who was used by prosecutor Thomas J. Dodd (who had his fair share of fascist ties as well) for political book. John J. Stephan, whose The Russian Fascists is about the closet thing we have to a biography of Vonsiatsky, attacked the credibility of Pelypenkos as well. Stephan seems to believe that the bulk of the accusations against Vonsiatsky were due to mistranslations of the Bismark Hotel meeting (which was apparently a mix of several languages), the Count's penchant for greatly embellishing his influence and Pelypenkos' own imagination.

Stephan also suggests that Pelypenkos immigration status (he was fighting deportation at the time of Vonsiatsky's trial) played a role in his narrative. But Pelypenkos was hardly the only informant who ended up interned during this timeframe --numerous Japanese-Americans who collaborated with the Army and FBI were later imprisoned as well. And certainly the FBI seems to have put credence in Pelypenkos' work, at one point even dispatching men to South America to eliminate an assassin the priest had warned them of. But moving along.

As for St. Petersburg, Vonsiatsky seems to have become enamored with it shortly after his release from prison. Vonsiatsky first seems to have become aware of the city when his older sister Natasha and her husband Lev Beck Mamedov (a former Muslim converted to Orthodoxy who hailed from Central Asia and had been an officer in the Czarist army prior to the Bolshevik Revolution) relocated there shortly after the war.
"Late in 1947, Lev and Natasha Mamedov closed down the Russian Bear and moved to St. Petersburg Florida. Both were attracted by the climate and, as Natasha admitted, by the name. While visiting the Mamedovs early in 1948, Alex encountered a restaurant hostess from North Carolina named  Edith Priscilla Royster. Priscilla, five feet seven inches tall, and 133 pounds, was a well-endowed beauty with auburn hair and gray eyes. The difference in their ages (she was twenty-four, he was just short of fifty) exceeded that between Alex and Marion but did not prevent their acquaintance from blossoming into intimacy. He nicknamed her 'Sweetsky.' She called him – probably in all innocence – 'Natsiya.'
"That autumn, Alex brought Priscilla north and lodged her not far from Nineteenth Hole at Webster, Massachusetts (the scene of Fritz Kuhn's 1939 'putsch'). Before long, Thompson tongues were waiting about 'that redhead from Webster', but Marion maintained a stiff upper lip. Perhaps she savored the irony that both her first and second husbands had taken mistresses name Priscilla.
"The eternal triangle lost its geographical cohesiveness late in 1949 when Priscilla  discovered that she was pregnant. Alex promptly moved her back to St. Petersburg, where, on July 2, 1950,  she gave birth to a boy: Andre Anastase Vonsiatsky. Little Andre inherited more than his grandfather's first name. His forehead bore a birthmark where, Alex said, Colonel Andrei Nikolaevich have been shot forty years earlier."
(The Russian Fascists, John J. Stephan, pgs. 357-358)
Vonsiatsky had largely abandoned his political efforts, at least publically, after his release from prison. But upon his move to St. Petersburg he began to once again make his voice heard.
"Although he spent his twilight years in a city known as a mecca for the elderly, Alex was anything but sedentary. He always had some project in the works and was ever vigilant for any opportunity to make a grande geste. In 1949, he garnered publicity by challenging the professional cardplayer Oswald Jacoby to a $5,000 canasta match (it never took place). Two years later, he was written up in St. Petersburg Independent for having entertained Prince and Princess Dadiani, Georgian royalty related to Grand Duchess Leonida Bagration, wife of tsarist pretender Grand Duke Vladimir (son of the late St. Briac tsar, Grand Duke Cyril). In 1956, standing on a pier, Vonsiatsky  lectured at the crew of a docked Soviet vessel. Asked by the St. Petersburg Independent whether he thought that he was making an impression, Alex showed that he still retained his old touch: 'They pretended not to listen, but I've seen crewmen applaud me silently through the portholes.'
"In 1953, Vonsiatsky unveiled his most ambitious postwar enterprise: The Tsar Nicholas II Museum of St. Petersburg. 'Museum' sounded a bit grandiose for a few mementos from Nineteenth Hole's Military Room exhibited in a small house on the 5th Avenue North, but Vonsiatsky was never one to deny himself a little exaggeration. The museum's opening was timed to coincide with the two hundred and fifeith anniversary of the founding of St. Petersburg by Tsar Peter the Great, and to Alex's delight, the local press gave the affair good coverage. In the place of honor hung a portrait of Nicholas II, which purportedly had once graced the walls of the Imperial Russian Embassy in Paris. Also displayed were papier-mâché regimental epaulettes cut out and painted in their original colors, portraits of aristocrats and generals, and a framed letter from the last tsar to his military cadets. Aligned on racks stood forty-five antiquated Remington and the Westinghouse rifles, the same weapons that had decorated the military room at Nineteenth Hole two decades earlier.
"Vonsiasky also took up the pen in St. Petersburg. A voracious reader of anything about Russia, he contributed articles on historical and religious subjects to émigré newspapers and journals such as Novaya Zarya, Nashe Vremya, and Bich ('Whip'). Occasionally, his letters, including one comparing the NKVD to the Gestapo, were published in the St. Petersburg Independent. Now an ardent monarchist, Vonsiatsky never alluded to having once been a self-proclaimed fascist vozhd."
(The Russian Fascists, John J. Stephan, pgs. 359-360)
Grand Duke Vladimir
Or at least publically, as compelling evidence has emerged that Vonsiatsky remained deeply involved with the post-WWII Fascist International. This will be briefly addressed in part two, but before wrapping up here, its interesting to note Vonsiatsjy's meeting with relations of Grand Duke Vladimir. Vladimir's father, Grand Duke Cyril, had been the figurehead of a mysterious secret society called the Sovereign Order of Saint John (SOSJ). Claiming ties to the historic Knights of Malta (though the organization was not, in theory, aligned with the Sovereign Military Order of Malta), the SOSJ would become deeply involved with the US military and intelligence community by the 1950s. Much more information on the SOSJ can be found here, here and here.

At the time of the meeting with Vladimir's relatives, the Grand Duke had succeeded his father as head of the SOSJ. This was at the same time its ties to the US intelligence community were being cemented. And here we see Vladimir's relations meeting with one of the most prominent pre-WWII fascist despite his alleged "retirement." But more on that during the next installment. Until then dear readers do please stay tuned.


  1. The H S C A :Gerald P Hemming and Loran Hall testimony .
    Is very similar if you look for similarities.
    Triplett ask Hemming did you run into Loran Hall
    at that time (in cuba)?
    Hemming said:Just when i visited the Sanitorium
    that had been converted to holding area in
    Trescornia,I think it was in April of 1959.( Hall 1959 he spent several months in prison Hall said Trafficante shared his food/drink)
    Triplett:When visited Trescornia was that the
    first time you met Loran Hall ?
    Hemming said:Yes.He was incarcerated.
    Triplett:Peroid of time in Cuba did you have
    any dealings with Frank Fiorini (sturgis)?
    Hemming said:I think I encountered Him
    once or twice (fewtimes) in Havana Air Base.
    Triplett: What nature of these encounters?
    Hemming:Oh Probably (maybe) of chit-chat,
    and what have you and that was it.
    Hemming said: He introduced Hall to his contacts.
    Hemming said He pawn his Gun to Hackcock.
    Hemming said He met R Morris introduce L.Logue.
    Hemming said:Loran Hall& him went to Dallas, New
    Orleans then to Miami make stops along the way.
    Hemming said He introduced Bayo to John Martino.
    Loran Hall said He knew Martino,Bayo,NoNameKey Group.
    Loran Hall said:He met S Giancana,J Roselli with S.Trafficante.
    Loran Hall said He & Wm Seymour arrest Oct17,1963 Dallas.
    Loran Hall Said Hemming invited us to John "al" Martino House.
    Loran Hall said He met Robinson /Robertson in Florida.
    Hemming said His florida contacts were McLaney & Norman Rothman.
    Santos Trafficante Testimony admits knowing Norman Rothman.
    New Witness to Conspiracy is Roderick A. MacKenzie &
    Eugene " Gene" Wheaton and Marita Lorenz.(Marita Lorenz claiming that on November 21, the day before JFK was killed, that there was a meeting at a motel that involved Sturgis and Ruby and several others)Also JudithExnerCampbell& John Roselli& Sam Giancana & Frank Sinatra & Skinny Paul D'Amato etc.JackRuby visit to McWillie in Havana, Cuba,Lewis McWillie, who operated the Tropicana Club for Trafficante and Ruby's 1963 murderOf Lee Harvey Oswald in the DPD infront newsmedia &DPD?
    Judyth Vary Baker is telling the truth,She has no pix or paper trails?
    Soldier of Fortune Hemming&Sturgis&Ed Kaiser&LoranHall & Cubans Exiles&Mafia) involved in businesses in Cuba) their associates?
    Who was in Dallas -Who wasnt & who came and went in Dallas?
    Chicago Dave Yaras also stated that his brother, Sam Yaras, who resided in Dallas, was acquainted with Jack Ruby.. journalist John Wilson Hudson (a.k.a. John Wilson) was detained with Trafficante, and said that Ruby came to see Trafficante in Trescornia.E. Howard Hunt claims in deathbed confession-Is it True?
    who benefit -who had most to gain -opportunity,motive &means ?

  2. William Seymour has a sister Ella Carmelita Seymour Dupuis.
    What is important is that Wm Seymour live with her in Phoenix,Az.
    William Houston Seymour -january 12,1937 in records.
    William Houston Seymou rborn Choteau Ft Benton Montana.
    Ella Carmelita Seymour Dupuis.born Choteau Ft Benton Montana.
    Census 1940 Head of Household:Alice Seymore 24widowed 1916.
    children: Ella Carmelita Seymore 5 and Houston William Seymore 3.
    Neighbors include :Austin & Helene & Jack & Dorothy -Whatley.
    Neighbors include :John Whalen & John Watson -numerous other names as well.
    These people you see above were in the Interpen -G.P.Hemming group.
    WikiSpooks claim that William Seymour was the New Orleans representative of the Double-Chek Corporation.Seymour spent three and a half years in the United States Navy in the Asiatic Pacific region.Seymour established that he had been working for Beach Welding and Supplies Company, Miami Beach, Florida at the time when it was suggested that he visited Silvia Odio.But if William Seymour was really working why was
    he in Dallas Texas October 17,1963 (for at least 5 days or maybe more) Staying Ymca.
    Loran Hall and William Seymour arrest in Dallas 10-17-1963 at 11 am because DPD
    couldn't see the lience plates they ended up finding 4-5 bottles of pills in the car.
    Loran Hall said that Lester Logue got a attorney to get them out of jail and logue paid for it
    Loran Hall even said Logue gave him money & paid for his airplane tickets fly around U.S..
    Loran Hall stayed at Wally Yates House in Dallas Texas (place to sleep).and Loran Hall
    associated with Lester Logue & Robt Morris,Newspaperman,car Salesman aswell Cubans. Loran Hall went to meetings and made speeches about his cubanRevolution.
    Loran Hall 1-4-1930 Newton Kansas.126 1/2 w 6th Newton Kansas.other addresses:
    222 1|2E Fifth St Newton ,1722 Vine St Wichita & 55 Rogers Rd Kernsville Ca.
    Remenber Lee Harvey Oswald stayed at the Ymca too and Jail is near Tsbd building.
    So do you think that Wm Bill Seymour impersonated Lee Harvey Oswald ?
    Do you think that Loran Hall was Leopold that talk to Silvia Odio ?
    Silvia Odio parents were in Cuba Prison would she lie to make drama propaganda?

  3. Loran Hall apart of the LHO story is that he was in Dallas Texas throughout 1963 .Remenber Hall arrest with Seymour Oct17,1963 he had drugs he had picked up from Mexico.(he admits mexico?)
    .Hall&Buddies in Dallas spent time at Cuban Friend Home,SalvationArmy& Ymca ,LawnView Motel 5405 LawnView Ave (sign still there but vacant lot today) stay at the motel for 10 days (or more)9-28-1963-10-3-1963.Didn't LHO leave New Orleans Sept23- 25,1963.Doesn't Hall &his cronies drive from Dallas,to New Orleans,to Miami Florida vice versa ?So could Loran Hall pick LHO up from N.O drive him To Dallas then onto Mexico since their is no paper trail of LHO get a bus going down to Mexico sept/oct 1963?(26hr drive)Where was Loran Hall & LHO sept 21 to 28 ,1963? Or did David Ferrie fly LHO down there?Even Loran Hall admits Lester Logue gave him money & planetickets .Loran Hall car ride buddies Lawrence Howard,William H Seymour,Celio Sergio Castro Alba(Alga) aka Quarito-Wahito-Celio-Alba(interview sugar plantation SugarCo BelleGlade,Fla).Celio stated after at least 6days left the trailer in Dallas drove Miami leave the homemade wooden trailer with equipment.Celio stated he & Howard&Hall went to Cuban woman in Dallas texas but noOne was at home at the time at this occasion.( In the case of Celio aka wahito/Quarito as sex offender1 #1990&#2007,so how long was this go on? )LawrenceHoward&Wm Seymour deny visit or knowing Silvia Odio cuban woman but why is it it Silvia moved from Dallas to Florida 1964? Was Hall his buddies impersonate Oswald?
    Was Silvia apart of the impersonate of LHO?
    Ruse to prove that LHO drop in to speak cuban woman?Ruse to prove LHO went gun range target practice?Ruse to prove LHO drove Car?
    The 3men that came to her apartment were dirty ? Even LHO women say that LHO never dirty/untidy he demand his belongs to be organized clean -orderly way,LHO even help woman with Dishes & clean house & laundry ?
    Libra LHO type of man that took care Obligations?Dealey Plaza LHO at TSBD,Braden-Brading ,Tramps & numerous cubans-blacks & Mexican& all type of people in dealey plaza and who had weapon - means to do terrible deed?
    LHO mixed up young 20ish man ,no father role model ,mother issues may of not showed love to her sons ,always being moved around, boy that enjoy watch tv - read books & had few friends ?
    Most normal people can overcome life up/downs by just adjusting thinking life is like storm -once the clouds clear up -sun comes out -life is good?
    Some people can change as world revolves and some can't change keep on doing wrong mistakes?Hemming was convicted by a Miami jury of conspiracy to import marijuana. In 1978.
    Plumlee claimed that in November, 1963, he was a co-pilot on a top secret flight Dallas flew in people & later Tosh Plumlee have admitted to flying drugs for _ admits he got paid for it his benefit/gain?Tosh Plumlee, is a government gunrunner, and CIA whistleblower, who has run guns to Cuba?Tosh Plumlee claims that Barry Seal knew each other & Plumlee claims he knew J.Roselli1950s-1970s?Plumlee claims he knew Ed Kaiser? Luis Clemente Posada Carriles (February 15, 1928 – May 23, 2018) Knew Ed Kaiser and He said Dallas Event involved a lot people?Orlando Bosch Ávila (18 August 1926 – 27 April 2011) was a Cuban exile &Marita Lorenz, who implicated Bosch and other Operation 40 members & Bosch’s former comrade in arms, Luis Posada Carriles, paces in a small cell at an immigration facility in El Paso, Texas.Well at least Scott Kaiser got to talk to Posada about Jfk Event?Their still exile Cubans in America with story to tell ?

  4. The significance of Hunt and Rockwell attending Brown while Vonsiatsky still attended football games is that Annie and/or Draper probably recruited him and paid him to start the ANP. And Hunt named his son St. John after Vonsiatsky's Order of St. John. This is really John Bevilaqua by the way.

  5. It is also important to note that the Rev Gerald L K Smith was not only part of The Winnipeg Airport Incident but he knew both William Dudley Pelley from their mutual Silver Shirts work during World War II and Father Charles Coughlin when they were both part of the Demagogues of the Depression in the 1930's and the early 1940's. And Anastase Vonsiatsky also attended the Winnipeg Airport Incident meeting as well and probably flew to Wichita, KS the home of Koch Family Empire where they were expecting to be paid off for the murder of JFK. Edwin Walker's grandfather gave the Koch family their financial start in America. His last name was deGanahl and Charles deGanahl Koch was given his name as his middle name as a symbol of thanks. Walker, Willoughby, Gale and Fellers were ALL working for Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War and even after that as private citizens. And Walker, Fellers and Willoughby through MacArthur were all implicated by Condon in Man Cand anagrams or key words. Fighting Francis Bollinger is an anagram for Bonner Fellers. Fellers was stationed in Cairo during World War II and was given Montgomery's tank movements as part of a scheme to undermine his efforts at evading the Desert Fox, Erwin Rommel who was not really a Fox at all. Fellers forwarded these proposed tank movements to James Angleton in Rome where he was stationed and he in turn sent these messages to Erwin Rommel.


  6. Mark Schulman Did not know that. S&C's early work with mergers between Boston Fruit and United Fruit bears that out. I thought they just did the legal work on that deal. Looks like they did both ends of the deal now. When did the Dulles Brothers join the firm? Other heads of the OSJ over time included Frank Capell, Revilo Oliver's pal, Charles Thurout Pichel, Hitler's American contact, John B. Trevor, Draper's Pioneer Fund crony and some M.D. from Florida. Vonsiatsky was also the international leader of the SMOSJ. Col. Philip J. Corso, OSJ a UFO nut working for Strom Thurmond was knighted into OSJ for running the Nazi Rat Lines from the Vatican for the eventual Pope Paul VI through Grace Steamship Lines of Peter Grace, OSJ. Angleton and Colby were also OSJ Knights. Spoiler Alert: Angleton was revered by the Israelis for saving Judaism from the evil Arabs AND for saving the R.C. Church from the Commies by siding with the Nazis at one point. Very versatile and accommodating guy. Angleton may also have helped the Israelis with their Dimona Nuclear Reactor secret program by removing any obstacles or blockers to that program. Hint, hint. Samuel Zemurray's agents from United Fruit funded Homer Echevarria's plots against JFK by his own admission IMHO.

  7. Recluse: Please send me your eMail address again. Somehow it is not available in my contacts lists.

  8. John-

    Did you get the email I sent you today?

  9. Yes no problem. Thanks. When will my new article on Fulbright and Eisenhower and Condon be on your web site?