Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Reportedly, the CIA and its friends have taken a strong interest in Mick Jagger (seen above with Obama).

The CIA plan is to control the minds of the musicians and then use the musicians to control the minds of the populace.

The CIA uses drugs and Satanism when it mind-controls the stars.

The Rolling Stones and The Occult - Global Truth

In his book, The Ultimate Evil, Maury Terry wrote that between 1966 and 1967, the (CIA-linked) Satanic cult called the Process Church, "sought to recruit the Rolling Stones."

'Kenneth Anger' (right)

Jagger has been influenced by Kenneth Anger, a follower of Aleister Crowley.

Crowley worked for the UK spy service MI5.

(Aleister Crowley Was A British Intel Agent - Rense)

Author Tony Sanchez wrote that Mick Jagger "listened spellbound as Anger turned them on to Crowley's powers and ideas."

(Tony Sanchez, Up and Down WIth the Rolling Stones, p.155)

Invocation of My Demon Brother

While in the UK, Anger worked on a film 'dedicated to Aleister Crowley', called Lucifer Rising, which was renamed "Invocation of My Demon Brother."

Invocation of My Demon Brother.

Mick Jagger had a starring role in the film and he composed the music.

The CIA-connected Satanist Anton LaVey played the part of His Satanic Majesty.

Chris Jagger (left) with father and Mick.

Chris Jagger, brother of Mick 'was originally to take the role of Lucifer'.

Then it was decided that Lucifer would be played played by Bobby Beausoleil, a member of the Manson Family, and Anger's homosexual lover.

Beausoleil (above) committed the first of the Manson family's series of murders. 

Process Church follower Marianne Faithfull went to Egypt to take part in the film's depiction of a Black Mass.

Anita Pallenberg and Mick Jagger.

In London, 'Anger recruited Anita Pallenberg to Satanism'.

The Rolling Stones and The Occult - Global Truth

She became the lover of three members of the Rolling Stones.

Anger said of Anita, said, "I believe that Anita is, for want of a better word, a witch...The occult unit within the Stones was Keith and Anita...and Brian. You see, Brian was a witch too."

Tony Sanchez wrote of Pallenberg in his book, Up and Down with the Rolling Stones, "She was obsessed with black magic."

The Rolling Stones and The Occult - Global Truth

In 1980, Scott Cantrell, the seventeen-year-old caretaker of Keith Richard's New England estate, was found shot dead in Anita Pallenberg's bed.

Keith Richard's house was located near the East Coast headquarters of the Process Church.

According to an article in the English newspaper Midnite, a Connecticut police officer, Michael Passaro, who had responed to the "suicide'' reported "strange singing" from the woods a quarter mile from the Richard's mansion.

According to the newspaper, "There have been several bizarre satanic rituals in the area over the past five years."

In 1967, the Rolling Stones released Their Satanic Majesties Request.

The Rolling Stones and The Occult - Global Truth

Mick Jagger was considered for the leading roll in the film of Anthony Burgess's novel, A Clockwork Orange.


Burgess reportedly worked for the security services and took an interest in mind control.



Anthony Burgess wrote Honey for the Bears, which reportedly is about CIA-funded mind control experiments, of the sort carried out by Dr Ewen Cameron from 1957-63. 

(Anthony Burgess by Roger Lewis, 2002. Chapter 5).


At one point Jagger owned the rights to the Burgess novel Clockwork orange.


Their Satanic Majesties Request

It has been alleged that the death of Meredith Hunter, which took place during a Stones concert, just outside San Francisco, was a human sacrifice.

It has been alleged that the audience were whipped into a frenzy, in open praise of the Devil.

Mick Jagger played the part of Lucifer in one of the bands songs.

By the end of the concert, four people were dead and dozens left beaten and injured.

The Illuminati, Satanism, Drugs and the Music Industry - 12160

The death of Meredith Hunter

Tony Sanchez, in Up and Down with the Rolling Stones, describes the 'satanic ritual'.

"Several of the kids were stripping off their clothes and crawling to the stage as if it were a high altar, there to offer themselves as victims for the boots and pool cues of the Hells Angels."

The Illuminati, Satanism, Drugs and the Music Industry - 12160

LSD expert David Snyderman with Keith Richards in 1967. 

Mick Jagger's first link to LSD seems to have been David Snyderman, 'a CIA operative'.

According to Alex Constantine: "A CIA operative arrived in the lives of the Stones.

"He claimed to be a James Bond figure and he turned up with a valise full of every drug you can imagine.

"At this point the Stones still hadn't done LSD.

"They woke up one morning at the home of Keith Richards and here was this character slipping LSD into their tongues as they were waking up." 

Why did the Rolling Stones's pal David Sniderman/Schneidermann have "a whole collection of different passports in different names and with different nationalities on them."

(Michael Cooper quoted in Tony Sanchez's book - Up and Down with the Rolling Stones.)

The CIA-linked Ken Kesey.

Ken Kesey took part in a study of LSD, as part of the CIA's Project MKULTRA, at the Menlo Park Veterans Hospital. 

The CIA and British intelligence carried out experimentation with LSD, in the early sixties, in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. 

The project was "run under the code-name MK-Ultra." 

One of the people involved in the distribution of free LSD tablets to an unsuspecting public was the CIA-linked Ken Kesey.

Sir Mick Jagger and Sir Jimmy Savile are both linked to the spooks and to boys.

LSD can lead to a person becoming mentally ill and dangerous.

MK-Ultra mind-control operations involve the use of drugs and Satanism.

Charles Manson is believed to have been a victim of the CIA's MK ULTRA brainwashing.

Manson supplied sex and drugs "to Hollywood actors, actresses, promoters, partners and rock stars."



M.K. Styllinski said...

Though definitive occult membership evidence is always tricky to come by in I think you're pretty much spot on regarding the Stones and Mick Jagger in particular.

Last year I stayed at a remote hotel in Western Scotland. As you know Scotland is the hub of freemasonry. On the walls of this very old establishment were extremely odd watercolour and ink paintings of celebrities and politicians ranging from Michael Jackson to Lord Carrington. They were caricatured in the style of Francis Bacon - very brutal and fragmented.

In the dining room was a very large painting circa late 60s early 70s. it depicted Mick Jagger, Henry Kissinger and a few others standing around them (unfortunately, I forget who now). MJ and HK were seated around a table with various masonic regalia. The elder statesman held a large book and Jagger a black sphere if I remember correctly. Unless you had a bit of knowledge of the occult the objects could be seen as fairly innocuous.

The painting had a distinctly dark energy you might say. I couldn't take my eyes off it.

It wouldn't be too much of a leap to speculate that this hotel was one of the masonic black lodges listed as an annual or seven yearly meeting place for the initiated.

Anyhow, a bit of trivia for you.

Anonymous said...

Bullshit publicity stunt before the US Senate in 1983

Free Lance-Star - 4 March 1983
Attempt to kill Rolling Stones told to senators

WASHINGTON - The Hell's Angels, still angry at the Rolling Stones more than a decade after a violence-marred concert, have an "open contract" on the rock group, a former member of the outlaw motorcycle gang says.

"There's been two attempts to kill them that I know about," a man identified as "Butch" told the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday. "They will someday . . . They swear they will still do it."

"Butch," who was hidden by a screen during his testimony, said the vendetta stems from the Stones' ill-fated 1969 concert in Altamont, Calif., when a spectator was killed near the stage during a rendition of "Sympathy for the Devil."

Hell's Angels members served as security guards for the concert attended by some 300,000 people and were blamed by law enforcement officials for the slaying of the gun-toting spectator.

"Butch," a protected fedral witness, said the Angels are still mad because they feel the Rolling Stones "did not back them" in the subsequent furor and prosecution of a gang member.

"There's always been an open contract on the band," said the witness.

He said the first attempt against the band occured in the mid-1970s at a location he did not identify.

Anonymous said...

Process Church member Marianne Faithfull

Wilmington Morning Star - 18 January 1980

Despite a denial from Rolling Stones Records, there is evidence to support Marianne Faithfull's claim that she helped write "Sister Morphine" for the Rolling Stones' "Sticky Fingers." In a document dated Feb. 28, 1969, Faithfull, in return for "$1 and other good and valuable considerations," was officially assigned one-third of all writers' royalties from the song, even though her name does not appear on the album's label credits. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who are credited, both signed the agreement.

Anonymous said...

Milwaukee Journal - 30 September 1984
Demon rock
A survivor recalls Rooling Stones . . . and Altamont

"And then some Angel snuck up from right out of the crowd and leaped up and brought this knife down in his back. And then I saw him stab him again, and while he's stabbing him, he's running. This Negro boy is running into the crowd, and you could see him stiffen up when he's being stabbed."
- From "Dance With the Devil"
These include cameo portrayals of other '60s stars - artists such as Jimi Hendricks, (whom Jagger ignored because the guitarist tried to muscle in on Jagger's then-girlfriend, Marianne Faithfull), and music industry types, both good and bad (the guy who'll introduce young girls to the Stones in exchange for sexual favors).

Anonymous said...

Sorry guys, but the woman that died recently was really tall... Now she was hanged at a door's handle??

Really? Isn't that nearly impossible and full of masonic references?

Please, Mick, just retire or your old friends will kil you, too.

Anonymous said...

Reading Eagle - 15 October 1965
Actor Indicted

A federal grand jury in New Yourk indicted a Canadian actor and another man yesterday on charges of smuggling the hallucinatory drug, LSD, into the United States. The suspects were identified as David Henry Britton, 22, who is known in Toronto as David Sniderman, and Frederick Klein, 25, of New York. Britton was freed in $5,000 bond and a bench warrant was issued for Klein. At present, the highly experimental drug is covered only in a general sense by the Pure Food and Drug Act, so they were charged with smuggling for not declaring it when they allegedly brought it across the border.

Anonymous said...

CIA Cover

Milwaukee Sentinel - 21 June 1972
Melody Talents Find Room at Top

Actors often change their names for professional reasons but the way David Cater became David Britton seems a bit unusual.

Britton - let's use his stage name - is a lyric tenor performing at the Melody Top Theater. In the operner, "The Sound of Music," he played Rolf Gruber, a telegraph messenger with Nazi leanings.

Britton, 26, a strapping six footer, joined Actors' Equity Association (a labor union) in 1970 at Fort Worth, Tex. He was told he couldn't keep his baptismal name because Equity already had a member named David Carter, a dancer.

It all happened at an airport where Equity's representative was ready to catch a plane.

Britton explained:
"Equity's man said: 'You've got 10 minutes to pick a name.' I was carrying some music by Benjamin Britten, English composer, so I said: 'Let's make it Britton,' spelling it with an 'o' instread of an 'e.' "

Britton's demure and pretty wife, Kathryn, also 26, a mezzo-soprano, sings at Melody Top under her married name of Carter. In "Music" she was Sister Sophia, one of the nuns.

It was in high school that teachers discovered that the Brittons, who come from families of moderate means, had voices worth cultivating. By their own earnings, these youngsters have helped pay for their college educations and voice study in Europe.

They met at North Texas State University, Dallas, and were married at a Presbyterian church where both were choir soloists. The nuptials were on a Sunday afternoon, the day before final exams began. Surprisingly, the newlyweds didn't flunk a single subject.

Serious students of usic, they aim at operatic careers. Even now, they are awaiting a verdict on auditions they had in New York last spring with two opera companies.

They told me they don't intend to set up housekeeping or start a family until they've established themselves in operatic [operative] careers. Britton even looks forward to oratorio singing.

After graduation, the Brittons went to Hartford (Conn.) Conservatory for advanced work and paid their way by working in a Hartford department store.

Anonymous said...

St Petersburg Times - 24 January 1977
One secondary role deserves mention for two reasons. Tenor David Britton, seen often as the soulful, curly-haired, boyish singing actor, has completely transformed himself as Scarpia's police agent, Spoletta, in this opera. He has a complete George C. Scott look and swagger, with his hair pulled back tighly (or is it a wig?), actually narrowing his eyes, and a strong, built-up false nose. Only one slip, crossing himself with his left rather than right hand, harmed the effect of his role.

Anonymous said...

Gainesville Sun - 6 April 1985

The ConcerDrama, "Once Uopn A World . . .," will be performed Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The Concerdrama is a dramatic musical production, using four musician-actors, which focuses on the Gospel message and combines drama and contemporary Christian music. It was written by David Britton, who has his own weekly radio broadcast called "Sonlight," heard throughout central Michigan on an FM rock station.

Anonymous said...

Your picture of Obama clapping away for Mick Jagger reminded me, Beyonce is also a favorite in the WH.

Beyonce and Katy Perry seem to be advertising for the darkness these days. Looked at the Grammy Awards this year for the first time in my very long life. The satanism was astonishing. I felt dirty for not turning the channel.

Anonymous said...

Montreal Gazette - 28 February 1967
Drug Traffic Charge Denied By Canadian

New York - Canadian actor David Henry Britton, 24, a former resident of Toronto, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of drug trafficking and being a fugitive from justice.

Unable to raise bail of $5,000 on the trafficking indictment and $7,500 on the other, Britton was ordered held in jail until March 10.

Fixing a trial date was postponed until then in U.S. Federal Court here at the request of defence lawyer Gustav Gerber, who requested 10 days in which to condider possible motions in the case.

Britton, also known as David Sniderman, was indicted here Oct. 14, 1965, on five counts alleging smuggling and importing the hallucination causing drug LSD from Canada and selling and concealing it. Later, he became a fugitive and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Britton was re-arrested here last Thusday night when an Air France airliner, bound for Mexico City from Paris, landed for refuelling. U.S. Federal agents knew he was on board and arrested him when he left the plane.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul L. Perito, who is prosecuting the case, siad the agents had the right to make the arrest as soon as the plane touched American soil.

A new U.S. law for controlling LSD allows a maximum penalty for 13 years in prison and $35,000 in fines for trafficking in the drug.

Perito alleged that Britton lived in New York's Greenwich Village before his arrest here associating with "an LSD group."

He said Britton once managed a Toronto rock n roll group called the City Muffing Boys and has appeared in Canadian television commercials.

Anonymous said...


The City Muffin Boys

Toronto, ON, Canada

Peter McBurnie (vocals), Pete Walmsley (drums)


mélisande mcburnie on October 13, 2009 at 10:41 am said:


My father Peter McBurnie was lead vocals in The City Muffin Boys, a garage band from Toronto in the 60′s. I have some newspaper articles and even some interesting CBC recordings of the band. At some point they were supposed to make their debut for The Doors but were stopped at customs (you can guess) anyway- if you’re interested I’ll try to post more info. I would also like to learn more about them as there isn’t much out there..



Newspaceman said...

When The Stones played Glastonbury for the first time, in 2013, they reserved "Sympathy for the Devil" for track 15.

As they played it, flares turned the sky red and a mechanical phoenix rose from atop the Pyramid Stage.

Bear in mind we saw the London Olympics close with a phoenix too.

Note too, and it may be nonsense, but the although S.F.T.D. was track 15, an intro was also played - hence track 16, 4 squared.

The intro was a recording of the Glastonbury cows -it's normally a dairy farm - "moo-ing".


Anonymous said...

Faithfull: An Autobiography
By Marianne Faithfull

The snare was going to be drugs, of course. They would set it all up with the West Sussex police and that would be that. Their master stroke was to bring David Scneiderman (alias David Britton alias David Henry) over from California with loads of LSD to set us up.

They must have flown him in for this bust. He appeared very fast; right after the writ had been issued he showed up at Robert Fraser's flat.

Robert called up and said: "We've got this guy here, David Schneiderman, a Yank, just got in from California and he's brought this great acid with him from the States. It's called White Lightning or something fabulous like that and he wants to lay some on us, man."

So I said, "How fucking great! Wait, Robert, I've got a fantastic idea, why don't we all go down to Redlands for the weekend. I'll call Keith right now and set it up. What's this guy's name, again?"

"Schneiderman, David Schneiderman, the Acid King. Flew in this morning."

"Well, don't let him get away!"

Bang! Like that. That's the way it came about, this "most famous house party of the twentieth century." It was all very organized, like it was when you took acid in those days. We got hold of a van, mapped an itinerary. You wanted to go and see marvels. The White Horse on the Downs, the Devil's Footprint, Glastonbury, Stonehenge and Avebury were favorite ones. Forests, follies, ancient ruins.

February 11, 1967. On Saturday night, after Mick and Keith had finished their recording session at Olympic studios, we went down to Redlands, Keith's house in Sussex. The party consisted of Christopher Gibb, Michael Cooper, Robert Fraser and Robert's Moroccan servant, Mohammed, and Nicky Kramer, a friend of Keith's. Nicky Kramer was just a nice loon; a sort of Kings Road loon who happened along. There was Mick, Keith and myself. And, of course, David Schneiderman. Very West Coast; very pompous and opinionated. Getting high came with a little moral, its own California koan.

"This is the tao of lysergic diethylamide, man. Let it speak to you, let it tell you how to navigate the cosmos." It was all a bit too reverent and pretentious for our taste, but he did have the goods.

Peter said...

Lovely information . However, I am disheartened that you did not include this startling factoid. Mick went to LSE (London School of Economics).
Now I am sure your investigative acumen can flesh this out far better then I can. Consequently i leave you with it. Just keep in mind the extremely high circles LSE peeps gyrate in.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

February 10th, 2014

L’Wren Scott has cancelled her Sunday show at London Fashion Week due to production delays, a spokesperson for the designer has confirmed.

As first reported in WWD, Scott will instead unveil her autumn/winter 2014 collection on social media — just as she did for her spring 2013 collection. Press and buyers will be able to see the clothes up close at her Paris showroom between March 2 and March 5.

Scott is the second major designer to cancel her show this season, following Rachel Zoe in New York.

Note: This story was updated to include confirmation from a L’Wren Scott spokesperson.


L’WREN CANCELS SHOW: Due to production delays in key show and couture pieces, L’Wren Scott has decided to cancel her show Sunday in London. Instead the designer will unveil her fall collection via social media and will show it to retailers and editors in her Paris showroom March 2 to 5.

Anonymous said...

I have been unable to find rolling stones voodoo lounge cd-rom or video of the gameplay for YEARS. now, after bumping into these articles of yours on mick, I googled again and was able to find promotional material for it:


I played that game as a kid, we got it around 1996. it was a virtual reality experience where one walked through a (in retrospect) satanic mansion. I can't remember the details which is why I would be very grateful if somebody could find this game online or video of the gameplay.

as I went on looking for the game now, I began to feel weirdly exhausted, weirdly as I've just woken up from a good night's sleep. I have interpreted an acute desire to sleep as a sign of a need to repress.

all best

Anonymous said...

L'Wren Scott was using twitter up to 5 of march, informing about scents, perfumes and other arguments that are far distant from anyone considering a suicide.

Tito said...

Brian Jones´death is also a very probable satanic ritual/human sacrifice.

I think is part of that "Seal the pact" segment of the contract.

Anonymous said...

Wonder if Yoko Ono , who some say pulled John Lennon out of the Beatles..actually saw what was happening in a different way...not being from UK and American culture. In one of the videos made after John Lennon left and was living with Yoko in GB, he is singing Imagine and she is going around a large room opening up shutters and letting in the Light.

Wonder if that is the reason that he was eventually killed.

Anonymous said...

The Process were bankrolled and received large portions of their initial startup capital in order to go international from "Iaon Iachamoe" (that's Paul McCartney, backwards), via the International Times and the Indicia Bookshop.

While it's true that John Lennon was a true revolutionary, McCartney is as right wing and reactionary as they come.

The final Beatles song ever performed, Get Back, was initially titled "Go Home Pakistanis", and written in tribute of Enoch Powell; Macca has subsequently attempted to pull the Jim Davison irony defence for his utter racism.

It's suggested by many that Yoko Ono was in fact a honey trap sicced onto John by Paul and his masters at Tavistock - despite claims to the contrary, she DID know who the Beatles were before meeting John (and breaking up his marriage), since she had been given loft space by Paul via Indicia for over a year - Paul and Yoko did *not* hate one another.

Yoko got John first into the Heroin and then latter into the extreme, self-centred Tavistock-spawned "therapies" of the Essalen Institute such as Primal Scream Therapy and Est, which successfully took down the likes of Yippie leader Abbie Hoffman, arriving at a state of "Socialism in one Body"; much the same transformation that Courtney Love tried to impose on Kurt Cobain, and failed.

Yoko's father was a wartime Japanese banker in WWII and the only Japanese national accorded free passage to and from the US during the war.

Anonymous said...

This is the chapter of The Family by Ed Sanders, removed after the first edition following a million dollar libel suit by The Process themselves (exploiting the archaic nature of English Libel Law)


Anonymous said...

Helter Skelter Gimme Shelter:
The CIA's War Against the Sixties Counter-Culture

From Monterey Pop to Altamont

by Mae Brussell, November 1976


Anonymous said...

And here's what Manson himself says about it all....

McCartney of course *knew* Manson - they were seen together at a party talking for hours...


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