Tuesday, November 12, 2013


JFK and Mary Pinchot Meyer

Did John Kennedy use LSD during his short time in the White House? Was his source for the acid his lover and confidant Mary Pinchot Meyer who was a protege of Timothy Leary?

Could his hallucinogenic experiences have triggered a paradigm shift in his thinking where he moved towards ending the Cold War, bringing all military back from Vietnam and working towards world peace and equality, which would have solidified his legacy?

Can LSD actually be that transforming? Make one realize that problems can't be solved on the same level they exist and our thinking must move to another higher level? Remember that JFK was not really known as a passivist during his WWII 'adventures' and political career. 

Keep in mind that during this period, LSD was legal. It was most likely Sandoz pure. The set and setting of the White House would have been exciting. I bet a good dose may have totally alleviated the back pain that John suffered from.

If there's any truth in that it certainly would make a lot of people mad; bankers, the CIA, Pentagon, war contractors and pick pocket politician to name a few.With plenty of money and insider help, the killing of the President had to happen to maintain the golden road of hot and cold wars and several other crime syndicate endeavors. Lyndon Johnson was waiting in the wings to fulfill the evil dream.

It's possible that JFK could have undergone a transformation in part because of LSD. It may just be a good story but we can look at some of the facts and speculations.

So who was Mary Pinchot Meyer?

From Belle News
A book claims that socialite Mary Pinchot Meyer, a beautiful divorcee who was close friends with the Kennedys and is widely known for having a lengthy affair with the playboy President, was shot in a cover-up operation by the CIA.
Mary’s Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy. Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision of World Peace by Peter Janney alleges that, in her preoccupation with her lover’s assassination and ensuing personal investigation, Mary Pinchot Meyer may have gotten so close to the “truth” that the CIA found her to be a threat.

As a result, CIA operatives staged a shooting to make it look like Mary Pinchot Meyer died due to a sexual assault that turned violent.

Whether or not the theory is true, there are a number of questionable components to the story of the months leading up to Mary Pinchot Meyer’s death on October 12, 1964.
Her ex-husband, Cord Meyer, was a CIA agent himself and the couple were card-carrying members of Georgetown’s starry social set, which included then-Senator John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline.
The couples became close friends, along with Mary Pinchot Meyer’s sister Antoinette (who went by Tony) and her husband Ben Bradlee, who was a bureau chief for Newsweek but later went on to be the managing editor of The Washington Post.
Another couple that they spent time with was Mary Pinchot Meyer’s Vassar classmate Cicely d’Autremont and her husband James Angleton, who was the chief of the counter surveillance for the CIA.
In the book, the author claims that Mary Pinchot Meyer would often bring marijuana and LSD to her trysts with the President.
During their conversations while on these hallucinogens, Mary Pinchot Meyer reportedly tried to appeal to JFK’s pacifist nature and urged him to seek peaceful solutions to such worldwide crises like the Cold War and the Cuban missile crisis.
At the time, LSD was not illegal, and many, including Harvard professor Timothy Leary, advocated its use because they believed it helped people expand their knowledge base.
Peter Janney’s book is not the first to draw conclusions between Mary Pinchot Meyer’s friendship with Timothy Leary and her intentions with her relationship with JFK.
He goes on to say that Mary Pinchot Meyer was later murdered by the CIA, who he believes organized JFK’s assassination in an effort to stop him from preventing violent escalation that they wanted in the Cold War.
One question lies in the existence- and retrieval- of Mary Pinchot Meyer’s diary that included writings about her affair with JFK.
Within a day of her murder, Ben Bradlee went over to her home to find the diary and, though the door was locked, he found James Angleton.
The CIA spymaster said that he also was looking for the diary but claimed that it was because his wife – Mary Pinchot Meyer’s friend – had asked him to.
The whereabouts of the diary today are uncertain.  more

From Peter Janney's Mary's Mosaic...
In 1975, Senator Richard Schweiker of Pennsylvania, half of a two-man subcommittee within the Senate Church Committee, authorized to investigate the Kennedy assassination, had reviewed yet unseen classified documents at the National Archives and came to this conclusion: “We don’t know what happened [in Dallas], but we do know Oswald had intelligence connections. Everywhere you look with him, there are the fingerprints of intelligence.” In 2007, referring to Oswald’s 1959 phony “defection” to Russia, Schweiker told author David Talbot that the ex- Marine Oswald “was the product of a fake defector program run by the CIA.” Schweiker was never convinced the CIA at any time came clean with what it knew. “I certainly don’t believe the CIA gave us the whole story,” said the former Senator. 
A ‘shadow government,’ what Cold War intelligence historian L. Fletcher Prouty once called “The Secret Team,” (and what Winston Churchill once referred to as the “High Cabal” that ruled the United States), has eviscerated America’s fledgling experiment in democracy. “On top of this,” wrote Prouty in 1992, “we have now begun to realize that one of the greatest causalities of the Cold War has been the truth. At no time in the history of mankind has the general public been so misled and so betrayed as it has been by the work of the propaganda merchants of this century and their ‘historians.’”  more

"The Murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer" written by Timothy Leary. The article, which was taken from Leary's autobiography, Flashbacks, appeared in the premier issue of Larry Flynt's "The Rebel" magazine. Narrated by Clifton Shack


From Flashback 1964: Murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer
Immediately after Kennedy's assassination, Meyer telephoned famed LSD guru Timothy Leary, with whom she had consulted regarding the use of LSD, not only for herself but also for unidentified important men in Washington to whom she wanted to expose the drug. Highly emotional, she exclaimed to Leary, "They couldn't control him anymore. He was changing too fast. They've covered everything up. I gotta come see you. I'm afraid. Be careful."

After the Cuban Missile Crisis, Kennedy began moving America in a dramatically different direction; he intended to end the Cold War through personal negotiations with Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, who desired to do the same thing. The idea was that the United States and the Soviet Union would peacefully coexist, much as communist China and the United States do today. Kennedy's dramatic shift was exemplified by his "Peace Speech" at American University, a speech that Soviet officials permitted to be broadcast all across the Soviet Union.
That was followed by the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, which in turn was followed by an executive order signed by Kennedy that began the withdrawal of troops from Vietnam. (JFK also issued an executive order requiring the Treasury to print and circulate currency backed by silver. (silver certificates).
Honest Money!!!! This was a direct attack on the money power as represented by the Federal Reserve System.)
Perhaps most significant, however, were Kennedy's secret personal communications with Khrushchev and Kennedy's secret personal outreach to Cuban president Fidel Castro, with the aim of ending the Cold War and normalizing relations with Cuba. Those personal communications were kept secret from the American people, but, more significantly, Kennedy also tried to keep them secret from the U.S. military and the CIA.
Why would the president do that?
Because by that time, Kennedy had lost confidence in both the Pentagon and the CIA. He didn't trust them, and he had no confidence in their counsel or judgment. He believed that they would do whatever was necessary to obstruct his attempts to end the Cold War and normalize relations with Cuba - which of course could have spelled the end of the U.S. national-security state, including both the enormous military-industrial complex and the CIA. Don't forget, after all, that after the disaster at the Bay of Pigs and after Kennedy had fired CIA director Alan Dulles and two other high CIA officials, he had also promised to "splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds."  more

MONDO 2000 Issue #6

C.S. Lewis, Aldous Huxley and JFK all died the same day


  1. Sex, drugs, rock and roll amidst the Georgetown glitterati. Uber juicy.
    I bet the ranch that James Jesus Angleton wound up with the diary.
    I always felt Angleton wound up with Hoover's files too. But that's just my gut talkin'. Angleton was deeply involved with Gladio. he just seeems like one of the top boyz.Always where the action was in th later half of the 20th century.

  2. Damn

    do we have to do this? I"m 68 and picked this apart my whole life. A tragedy, which scarred us at a very impressionable time in our lifes. I was 17, it broke my heart.

    I wanted to know who and I believe I do. It was mossad. Do we have to bring up any and all dirty laundry of a man's existance to delve even deeper? Personally tired of this one life being picked apart for any bit of dirt people can scrounge up.

    He was my hero. The only one I"ve had in this dirty Gov we call America. Can we not have just ONE ? No other President has had his home life, his sexual life, his family life disected like this one. Enuf ?

    Going through emotional mode on this for some reason... after all these decades. For the first time, I dread this "anniversary".. Why do they have celebrations for these horrid events? What's wrong with these ppl that you celebrate a death?

    He was investigating the jewish lobbies and threatening the FED with the currency. On top of that he had 2 crutial meetings with dignatries from Italy and France ( de Galle) right before his death.

    There are so many damn factions. His life was, beyond a shadow of doubt, the mose personal, but not Public in that we knew the real behind the scenes opera. We never will either I fear.
    Hope you folks can feel where I"m coming from.

    Not being critical really, just that this is raw to me, more now than all the time before. Death of a Nation syndrome ? ( the nation I believed in, my parents, their parents, all belived in ------ a total farce )


    1. I didn't really view the possibility of JFK using LSD as dirty laundry, instead more of the potential of expanded awareness and perhaps positive change.

      Mossad? Michael Collins Piper wrote about it.They definitely could have played a part.

      Final Judgement

  3. the so-called mainstream media...is an avalanche of lies...

    especially, on this subject...


    and had JFK not been murdered by the MONEY CHANGERS


    & Pharisees...who knows

    we might all be friends.



  4. Kennedy's brother in law Peter Lawford was best friend of Frank Sinatra who owned the movie Manchurian Candidate. D'yathink JFK put together the whole military mind control thing?....all those Paperclip imports?

  5. The former Sophia here:

    Uh-oh...better invite Oblazney in for a little deft NWO snideness.

    I'm with "damn"; this has been done to death.

    They kill the man again and again for their pleasure, for their insidiousness and covert, deceptive games.

    I wrote 600 pages of follow-up on the "Mary's Mosaic" book, the author, the thesis, and the many comments around the book at Amazon, the Deep Politics Forum and elsewhere. Janney continues to promote and excite and claims to have found and confronted the killer of Mary; see Fetzer's podcasts.

    Those 600 pages of mine asked a lot of questions that no one ever answered, the first of which is how is it that the book is published by the same folks who published the works of Allen Dulles? [I chortled loudly when I read "Gentleman Spy" and got to around page 82 to discover that it was Dulles who planted the idea in London and New York papers of the day (post-WWI) that the infamous protocols were a forgery. He arned hiss tripes and statted to build his Wurlitzer.]

    I did a good deal of background reading on Angleton, and the history of the OSS, and proved that it was indeed possible that someone other than the hapless Ray Crump, whom the noted JFK researcher DiEugenio said was clearly the culprit, could have worn a disguise and come up out of the canal (and gone back into it). There is evidence that the murder was a multi-player "op", with several diversionary players.

    There is a famous statement by one of the earliest researchers about the blatantly-obvious-and-in-our-faces nature of the assassination, a warning not to get caught up in the minutiae, that is still true and which still reverberates on the five-decade anniversary (no, I can't bear to watch any of the new documentaries either)(how many times do you have to see the towers crumble to dust in mid-air before you become nauseous?):

    they want us to know they got away with it and that they have the power to do what they want whenever they want, and then they deliver the stressful shocks by repetitive video, discussion, etc.

    And so they have, bit by bit...

    Lance deHaven-Smith's book "Conspiracy Theory in America" documents how the pejorative label of "conspiracy theory" was first inserted as a meme into the American political conversation: by the CIA's dispatch #1035-960 and its thematic aeration in The New York Times and Time magazine. He cites Husting and Orr
    [ http://works.bepress.com/ginna_husting/3/ ]:

    "If I call you a conspiracy theorist, it matters little whether you have actually claimed that a conspiracy exists or whether you have raised an issue I would rather avoid.... I twist the machinery of interaction so that you, not I, are now called to account. In fact, I have done even more. By labelling you, I strategically exclude you from the sphere where public speech, debate and conflict occur."

    [The same thing occurs when we are cited as disinformation artists by other commenters.]

    DeHaven-Smith notes that they "explain that the accusation of conspiracy theory discredits any explanations offered for specific social or historical events 'regardless of the quality or quantity of evidence'".

    It always returns to the evidence, whether it's buildings in New York, forensics in Dallas, or JFK's alleged ingestion with Mary. Statements and supposition by questionable sources after the burial, the Commission, and the publication of entire libraries don't qualify as real hard evidence. But it keeps us away from cloture, certainty, indictment/prosecution, or socio-political action.

    1. Many good points. 600 pages? That's an incredible amount of work.

      So do you think Leary made up much of his Mary narrative to add some spice to his book which of course he wanted to sell?

      I'm far from any kind of expert on JFK but have had an emotional attachment since the day he died.

      Yes, this post is yet another example of spinning around in circles which should delight those who have a vested interest in continuing the cover-up. I'm guilty as charged. Laughing at us is a pastime for some.

    2. Good stuff. I like this bloggers idea of counteracting the Conspiracy Theorist attack with labeling them a Magic Bullet Person or something to that effect. I've seen Coincidence Fairy and other terms but nothing seems to stick. I look forward to the day when I may be engaged in conversation with others with a like mind and some Magic Bullet Person spouts off some official or corparrot media bullshit talking point and gets laughed at (and called a Magic Bullet Person) for believing in such obvious nonsense.

      The only reason Magic Bullet People (believers not paid trolls) debate is because it is some kind of defense mechanism. Deep inside that cognitive dissonance is churning the stomach juices and they have to do something to alleviate it. I could say I saw Santa Claus last night and no Magic Bullet People would call me crazy. I could say God spoke to me in my dreams last night, no Magic Bullet People would call me delusional. You get the point. If I say something does not seem right about the latest psyop staged event the "authorities" are pulling on us, they get uneasy and feel the need to say you are a nutjob.


    3. That is a good one, I may have to use it sometime. "Oh, you're a magic bullet person." Say it with a smile and it may not seem so derogatory.

      What I've found over the last nearly a year is that even among some people who have been very open to the questions of JFK and 9/11 have a hard time wanting to get into the latest staged events.

    4. I ain't part of no new world order. Heck, I can't even clean up my room, which has acquired a definite old world odor, either through neglect or indifference. My mess. Missing Scholar's summoning of the magic

  6. Kenny, the point is not to say that you are advancing the cover-up by posting about a book and a theory. I've been challenged on many occasions, lightly at first, as someone suspect of the same. Whether we're talking JFK or 9/11, or any of the lesser SCAD's, the depth and detail is too much for any one person to formulate a clear opinion and to be able to track their argument, rationale and evidence. Recently I was cornered and told in no uncertain terms -- repeated by someone else, obliquely -- that I am deeply tied into the NWO intelligence apparatus because I dared to question someone else's theory or asked them bluntly to post their evidence. [I did grow up within and on more than one occasion brush by that apparatus, so maybe I have a slightly better chance of understanding it.] But my retort was simply "prove it". I'm an open book, am in the public directory, and have published immense details of my life. And I know that I have been disenfranchised or ostracized from work, community and family because I was the "black sheep" and dared to challenge authority. I know that I have a case file at Langley; they called me one time in the 80's and asked how it was that I knew what I knew. I cited the book and page number. End of that discussion. I've also co-authored the position paper on the civilian-military contingency hospital system for the Physicians for Social Responsibility, a direct (and effective) slap-down of the Reagan-era preparations for a limited nuclear war in Europe. The senior VP for Procurement at Raytheon had me run out of a good job when that was brought to his attention.

    But 600 pages of the Mosaica was developed over time and posted serially about a year ago (it's no longer online by my hand) and it's easy because I have the time. I'm medically disabled and thus have no job. And the commitment I made to myself when I awoke from surgery in temporary left-sided paralysis was to do what I could to continue to expose what I call "the evilarchy".

    As noted, what I see as a possibility before me is a self-hosted cluster of three blogs, perhaps with a discussion board, especially if I can recruit non-trolls and particularly one or two who will help with the moderation. As I have noted on more than one occasion, we need to get beyond divisiveness and nit-picking and enable a dialogue where people can collaborate to assemble and discuss evidence of things, whether it be Dealey Plaza, 9/11, the spate of shootings, man-made typhoons, or a host of other things. Mostly, of course, we need to discuss how we can unplug ourselves and protect those nearest and dearest. I'll be back soon with a new moniker and some url's.

    The former Sophia

    1. I'm sorry you have the physical challenges but I'm glad you made the decision to use your free time as you do. Let us know when you're up and running.

    2. Will do. Got past those challenges years ago with the help of a lot of good people, though there is still residua. Life is good, as they say.

  7. Side note: Bill Still recently released a video in which he claims that the Executive Order that was supposedly to have the Treasury print Silver certificates with the end goal of eliminating The Fed is untrue. He says that Texe Marrs (or was it Jim Marrs) was the first to issue the bogus claim.

    He says that the XO actually did the opposite.

    1. I've never been sure of this. I'll leave it to others to decide.what's what.

      The Still video...


      Executive Order 11110

    2. FWIW G. Edward Griffin sides with Bill Still as well.

      I always wondered why the US Note I had seen said Will Pay to the Bearer on Demand 5 Dollars A dollar used to be defined as a set weight of silver.

      Interestingly the US BEP claims "Federal Reserve Notes were not issued until the creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913. Both types of notes were redeemable in gold until 1933, when the United States abandoned the gold standard."

      I guess it only meant the plebes until Nixon cancelled the convertibility with other nations.

      I never understood why US dollar coins never took off. At least it is debt free.


  8. Wasn't Leary 'outed' years ago as a CIA asset? Maybe I was just hallucinating....

    1. The word was out a long time ago that Leary did do work for the CIA. Proof? Don't know.

    2. You were hallucinating. You saw a Volkswagen that really was an elephant, who never forgets, Ask Kerry.

  9. Good question, Kenny. Sophia here...

    Did Leary work for the CIA? Was he CIA-connected but a bit of a renegade? Was he operating with his own impetus of support, ideologically and financially? When I found my archives of the Mosaica, still somewhat incomplete and messy (work product only in some later cases, rather than copes of the final publish/posted drafts)(I just built a summary for someone else), I reviewed my prior chapters on the topic of "acid". Aside from the known and obvious sources of counter-culture hipness from the 60's, some of which you have noted and posted yourself, I would note the following:

    A Terrible Mistake, H. P. Albarelli, Trine-Day, 2009.




    “... If we realize that such practices as remote viewing, hallucinogenic drug research, and the investigation of cults, ESP, if hypnosis and other factors were taking place all at the same time within America’s intelligence establishment–involving not only the CIA but also the Army and the Navy–then we are forced to consider that CIA had a reason for all of this that transcends mere mere curiosity. It was the era of the weaponization of esoterica.....”

    In a long footnote in Albarelli, Book Two, Chapter Four on the CIA, MK-ULTRA, Project Artichoke, Freemasonry, et al, which is found on pages 792-793

    Among White’ first OSS students were several novice officers who would later become top CIA officials: Richard Helms, Frank Wisner Jr, James Jesus Angleton, Lyman B Kirkpatrick Junior, Thomas Karmessines, and William Colby. Several other notable students were anthropologists Carleton S Coon and Gregory Bateson, psychologist Dr. James A. Hamilton, future Federal Narcotics agent Howard Chappell, and Alfred M. Hubbard, an elusive and fascinating figure who arrived at OSS’s Area B fresh from a stint in prison. Hubbard, as readers already know, would later become “the Johnny Appleseed of LSD.” Michael Burke, who would also become a CIA employee and then a high-profile executive who ran the New York Yankees in Madison Square Garden, was another of White’s trainees in Maryland.....”

    “ Dr. Henry Murray, OSS psychological warfare chief who later conducted secret CIA-funded experiments at Harvard in the 1950s, observed:

    “The whole nature of the functions of OSS were particularly inviting to psychopathic characters; it involves sensation, intrigue, the idea being a mysterious man with secret knowledge.”

    [Pages 399-400], a long discussion of Camp X, George White, area B3, et alia]

    to be continued...

    1. Helms destroyed the files. I wonder where the copies of the files that Helms destroyed are stored? Perhaps inside the sculptures of A.T.?

  10. Can we ‘condition’, by posthypnotic suggestion, Agency employees (or persons of interest to this Agency) to prevent them from giving information to any unauthorized source or for committing any act on behalf of a foreign or domestic enemy?

    Can we, in the matter of an hour, 2 hours, one day, etc., induce a hypnotized condition in the unwilling subject to such an extent that he will perform an act for our benefit?

    Could we seize a subject and in the space of an hour to by posthypnotic control have him crash an airplane, record train, etc.?

    Can we [long and short range] through posthypnotic control induces a subject to commit violence against another individual, or induces subject to murder another individual or group of individuals?

    Can we through posthypnotic control create a condition whereby a subject would forget any such induced act after the subject is brought out of his “conditioned” state? [Pages 223-224, A Terrible Mistake, H. P. Albarelli, Trine-Day, 2009.]

  11. **

    Captain Trips” was OSS
    [but see footnote page 790 in Albarelli, which says:

    “Alfred Hubbard became the “Johnny Appleseed of LSD.” Contrary to what has been written by several authors, Hubbard, whom George White despised, was never an employee or consultant for CIA, nor was he ever an informer for the Federal Narcotics Bureau, as some have claimed. Hubbard’s extensive FBI file, released recently, reveals no formal or covert links to any federal agency.”


    Keep in mind that The Pinchot family is married into the proceeds of the opium trade, as are several of the early and even later members of Skull and Bones.

    Keep in mind that it is alleged or inferred that Ho Chi Minh was given original support, training, supplies and funding by the OSS. [Documentation exists but I’ll let you find it.]

    Keep in mind the inter-related topics of Vietnam and the illicit drug trade (opium).


  12. “There were other Mellons on board at OSS: Paul Mellon (Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon’s son) served with the OSS special operations branch in London, moving on to become commander of the morale operations branch, based in Luxembourg. According to Richard Harris Smith, “other Mellons and Mellon in-laws held espionage posts in Madrid, Geneva and Paris.” [See OSS: the secret history of America’s first Central intelligence agency, by Richard Harris Smith, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1981, pages 84-85.]… After the war, certain influential members of the Mellon family maintained close ties with the CIA. The Mellon family foundations have been used repeatedly as conduits for agency funds. Furthermore, Richard Helms was a frequent weekend guest of the Mellon patriarchs in Pittsburgh during his tenure as CIA director (1966-1973).” In addition to the Mellons, members of the Morgan, Vanderbilt, and DuPont families were very active in the OSS making it essentially a “rich man’s club”....”

    [Page 316, Book Two, Sinister Forces (A Warm Gun), Peter Levenda]


    “... the head of all OSS/London was David Bruce, by marriage a member of the Mellon family itself (itself a significant contributor to the ranks of the OSS), a skillful diplomat–after the war brews would be US ambassador to Germany, France, and the United Kingdom–and from January 1942 to January 1943 the overall director of secret intelligence.” [Page 264, Cloak and Gown: Scholars in the Secret War, Robin Winks, William Morrow and Co., New York 1991.]

  13. “Probably the most successful history of this period is the book Acid Dreams, the complete social history of LSD: the CIA, the 60s, and beyond by Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain, which was originally published in 1985. [ http://www.amazon.com/Acid-Dreams-Complete-History-Sixties/dp/0802130623 ] In those pages we read of the strange development of Harvard professor Timothy Leary. We read of his salad days as a clinical psychologist at the Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Oakland, California (the same this hospital where Andrija Puharich got his start) in the period 1954-59, where he developed a personality test (“the Leary”) which was used by the CIA human resources people to screen potential employees. We learn of his growing awareness of the field of psychedelics during a vacation in Mexico in 1960, where he was urged by a friend to try hallucinogenic mushrooms (psilocybin) in Cuernavaca. He returned to Harvard–where by now he had a professorship–filled with the experience, and related all to Dr. Harry Murray, with whom he developed a psilocybin research project. This was the same Murray who had been involved with the creation of personality tests for the OSS during World War 2. (As we see, the field of early psychedelic research in the United States was heavily influenced by men who had more than a passing relationship with intelligence matters.)

    By the time he met–first Peggy, and then–Billy Hitchcock three years later, Leary was well on the way to becoming an acid guru, having abandoned psilocybin for the more attractive pharmaceutical developed by the Sandoz laboratories in Switzerland, lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD-25. Peggy Hitchcock was a New York City socialite with tremendous energy and an interest in everything. She introduced brother Billy to Timothy Leary, and it was the beginning of a fateful friendship.

    Aside from renting his vast Millbrook estate to Leary’s acid organization for mere $500 a month, he wound up subsidizing various drug operations in secret laboratories (including that of convicted acid chemist Nicholas Sand), for which he would eventually come to the attention of US Customs and other government authorities, although he would not spend any time in prison.

    [Pages 316-322, Sinister Forces: a grimoire of American political witchcraft (Book 2: A Warm Gun), Peter Levenda, TrineDay 2006.


    Richard Helms, after his appointment as director of central intelligence, spent weekends with the Mellons in Pittsburgh. [Page 34, The Man Who Kept the Secrets: Richard Helms and the CIA, Thomas Powers, Alfred Knopf 1979.]


    1. Interesting notes. The characters who had a hand in the mind control of America are plentiful.

      Ho Chi Minh was most likely supported on our dime. Don't we do that in most every conflict and in the creation of our enemies?

      'Acid Dreams' is available as a free pdf if anyone is interested.