Marilyn Monroe is possibly the most iconic figure in American culture and the most recognizable sex symbol of all times. However, behind Monroe’s photogenic smile was a fragile individual who was exploited and subjected to mind control by powerful handlers. The first part of this two-part series will look at the hidden life of Marilyn, a Hollywood Monarch slave.
Marilyn Monroe is the ultimate sex symbol, embodying everything that Hollywood represents: glamor, glitz and sex-appeal. Her iconic sensual blonde persona forever revolutionized the movie industry and, to this day, is greatly influential in popular culture. While Marilyn represents everything that is glamorous about Hollywood, the disturbing story of her private life equally represents everything that is dark in Hollywood. Marilyn was indeed manipulated by high level “mind doctors” who controlled every aspect of her life and caused her to basically lose her mind. Her death, at the young age of 36 is one of the first “mysterious celebrity deaths” in popular culture. While many facts point to a murder, it is still classified as a “probable suicide”.
While many biographers explain away Marilyn’s hardships with “psychological issues”, piecing together facts about her life combined with knowledge of the dark side of Hollywood reveals something a lot darker: Marilyn Monroe was one of the first celebrities subjected to Monarch mind control, a branch of the CIA’s MK Ultra program Through trauma and psychological programming, Monroe a became high level puppet of the shadow elite, even became JFK’s Presidential Model.
When Monroe’s programming lost its effect and she started to break down, some argue that she was “thrown off the freedom train”, an MK ULTRA term for designating slaves that are killed when they are not useful (and potentially dangerous) to their handlers.
The first part of this series of articles will look at the real life and career of Monroe, an isolated girl whose great beauty became a true curse.
Her Early Years
Norma Jeane Mortenson had a difficult and unstable youth. She never knew her father and her mother was mentally unstable and incapable of taking care of her. In My Story, Monroe wrote that she recalled seeing her mother “screaming and laughing” as she was forcibly taken to a State Hospital.
At age 11, Norma Jeane was declared a ward of the state. She lived in a total of 11 foster homes throughout her youth; when there was no foster home available, she sometimes ended up at the Hollygrove Orphanage in Los Angeles. As if moving from one foster home to another wasn’t difficult enough, Norma Jeane recalled being treated harshly in several of them. Even worse, she was abused in at least three of them.
For instance, at age 11, Norma Jeane was adopted by her mother’s best friend Grace McKee and her new husband, Ervin Silliman “Doc” Goddard. There, “Doc” repeatedly sexually assaulted her, which forced Norma Jeane to move out. In another case, when she was in middle-school, Norma Jean was sent to her great-aunt’s house in Compton, California. There, one of her great-aunt’s sons abused her, forcing her, again, to move out. Here is another account of abuse:
“She told of being whipped by one foster mother for having touched ‘the bad part’ of her body. Another more serious incident occurred when she was eight. One evening a lodger she called Mr. Kimmel (Marilyn said later that this was not his real name) asked her to come into his room and locked the door behind her. He put his arms around her. She kicked and struggled. He did what he wanted, telling her to be a good girl. (In a later interview Marilyn stated that the abuse involved fondling).
When he let her out, he handed her a coin and told her to buy herself an ice cream. She threw the coin in his face and ran to tell her foster mother what happened, but the woman wouldn’t listen.
‘Shame on you,’ her foster mother said. ‘Mr. Kimmel’s my star boarder.’
Norma Jean went to her room and cried all night.
Marilyn said she felt dirty and took baths days after it happened to feel clean. Such repeated attempts to feel clean through showers or baths are typical behavior for victims of assault.
Marilyn said she began to stutter after the incident and reverted to it at times of stress. When she told one interviewer about the abuse, she began stuttering.
The evidence points to the fact that she was an abused child whose early sexualization led to her inappropriate behaviour as an adult.
– Daily Mail, “The magic red sweater that turned ‘Norma Jeane, string bean’ into Marilyn Monroe”
Norma Jeane’s unstable and sometimes traumatic youth made her a perfect candidate for Monarch mind control. Being a ward of the state, she had no stable family.
“Some children live in foster homes, or with adopted parents, or in orphanages, or with caretakers and guardians. Because these children are at the mercy of the non-related adults, these types of children frequently are sold to become mind-controlled slaves of the intelligence agencies.”– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave
“Beta is the second Greek letter, and it represents the sexual models and alters that the Programmers are creating. The primitive part of the brain is involved in this type of programming. An early abuse event will be used to anchor this programming.”– Ibid.
Contact with Occult Hollywood
Before becoming famous, Norma Jeane went by the name of Mona and worked as a stripper at a Burlesque house in Los Angeles. There, she came in contact with Anton LaVey, the man who would later found the highly influential Church of Satan. According to Springmeier, LaVey was an MK handler and Monroe became one of his “Kitten” slaves.
“Marilyn Monroe was an orphan, and during her infancy the Illuminati/CIA programmed her to be a Monarch slave. Before becoming an actress, while she was still a stripper, she spent time with the founder of the Church of Satan Anton LaVey. Victims of LaVey have pointed him out as a mind-control programmer.”
LaVey’s biography also mentions an “affair” with Monroe, which was probably more than that.
“When the carnival season ended, LaVey would earn money by playing organ in Los Angeles area burlesque houses, and he relates that it was during this time period that he had a brief affair with a then-unknown Marilyn Monroe.”
– Magus Peter H. Gilmore, Anton Szandor LaVey: A Biographical Sketch
Around the same time period, LaVey was involved with another actress, one that was known for being the “working man’s Marilyn Monroe”: Jayne Mansfield. The relationship between the two was also described as an “affair”, but the reality was a lot darker.
“Anton LaVey has been the mind-control handler/programmer of a number of Hollywood actors & actresses, including Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe, who both serviced him as sexual slaves”.
– Anton Szandor LaVey, Whale.to
Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield had a lot in common. Both were “blond bombshells” (neither were natural blondes) and are credited for “sexualizing” Hollywood. Both were Playboy playmates, both had an “affair” with Anton LaVey and both had an “affair” with Robert F. Kennedy and John F. Kennedy (the “affair” was actually them being Presidential Models). Finally, both died in their 30s.
A Star Living Like an Inmate
Another common point between Monroe and Mansfield is that they were both part of the Blue Book Model Agency. It is there that Norma Jean metamorphosed into the iconic Marilyn Monroe.
Industry insiders convinced Norma Jeane to undergo aesthetic surgery, to change her name to Marilyn Monroe and to change her hair colour to platinum blonde. Monroe’s sensual, “dumb blond” persona allowed her to land roles in several movies which began a clear culture shift in Hollywood.
Norma Jeane used Marilyn Monroe as a stage name for several years, but in 1956, she accomplished a strange but symbolic move: She legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe. The change reflected many sad truths about her personal life: In mind-control terms, the changing of her name to Marilyn Monroe represents the suppression of her “core persona” in order to only allow her programmed alter persona to exist. Marilyn was only what “they” wanted her to be.
As several biographies have revealed, Marilyn had little to no personal freedom. She had no contact with her family, and her handlers isolated her in order to further control her and to avoid “real” people from helping her to realize that she was being manipulated. The only people that she was in contact with were her “psychologists” and her handlers.
“Marilyn’s existence was not of a rich person, but more like of an inmate. Marilyn was allowed to have no personal life, outside of the dictates of the programmers and her masters. The programmers and users bore down so hard on controlling Marilyn that they repeatedly came close to driving her insane.”
– Springmeier, Op. Cit.
Marilyn was also constantly under high surveillance. Years after her death, an incredible amount of surveillance equipment was found in one of her homes.
“In 1972, actress Veronica Hamel and her husband became the new owners of Marilyn’s Brentwood home. They hired a contractor to replace the roof and remodel the house, and the contractor discovered a sophisticated eavesdropping and telephone tapping system that covered every room in the house. The components were not commercially available in 1962, but were in the words of a retired Justice Department official, “standard FBI issue.” This discovery lent further support to claims of conspiracy theorists that Marilyn had been under surveillance by the Kennedys and the Mafia. The new owners spent $100,000 to remove the bugging devices from the house.”
– Source: IMDB
Under the Spell of Mind Doctors
In 1956, Marilyn converted to Judaism and married her third husband, screenwriter Arthur Miller. At this point, the only people in Monroe’s life were her husband and her acting teacher Lee Strasberg and her psychiatrists Margaret Hohenberg, Marianne Kris and Ralph Greenson.
“Marilyn’s life was incredibly monotonous for her. Her doctor’s appointments (I later learned these were appointments with psychiatrists) and her acting lessons were virtually all she had to to look forward to.”
– Lena Pepitone, Marilyn Monroe Confidential: An Intimate Account”
The ultimate proof that these individuals were the ONLY people in Marilyn’s life is that they inherited most of her fortune. Lee Strasberg alone inherited 75% of her estate while Dr. Kris obtained 25%.
“Marilyn began associating with Lee and his wife Paula Strasberg from around 1955, very quickly they became a colossal influence in Marilyn’s life, taking over almost every aspect of her very being.
Many of Marilyn’s friends and colleagues watched this happen and felt very uncomfortable about it but were powerless to do anything about it. Whilst she was married to Arthur Miller, Miller had begun to voice these concerns to Marilyn.
During the final year of her life there were signs that her faith in the Strasbergs’ was weakening and that she no longer wanted them to have the control. It has been said that she was in the process of dispensing with their services – this was seen as another indicator that Marilyn was intending to change her Will.”
– Loving Marilyn, Who Owns Marilyn’s Things?
After her death, Marilyn’s Will was contested due to her being under “undue influence” of her handlers.
“On 25th October 1962, the Los Angeles Times reported that Marilyn Monroe’s Will was being contested by her long time business manager Inez Melson. Miss Melson, who was not a beneficiary of the Will claimed that Marilyn was under undue influence of either Lee Strasberg or Dr Marianne Kris at the time the Will was made.”
Another proof of the excessive control of “mind doctors” on Marilyn’s life is the fact that her psychiatrist Ralph Greenson was the one who found Monroe dead. Why was he at her house late at night? As we’ll see in the next part of this series of articles, the circumstances of her death are incredibly suspicious.
In short, as it is the case for most Monarch slaves, Marylin’s handlers were in charge of every aspect of her life. Contact with family members was totally forbidden.
“Although Marilyn Monroe had family, her doctors, psychologists, and acting coaches isolated her from them. (…) Members of the Hogan family, who lived in the Los Angeles area, had attempted to make contact with Marilyn Monroe after she was famous, and their efforts to connect with her were blocked.”
– Jennifer Jean Miller, “Was Phenergan Marilyn Monroe’s Silent Killer, and Was She a Victim of Psychological Abuse, Medical Malpractice and Wrongful Death?”
Disconnected from her family and with virtually no friends, Monroe was visiting therapists almost daily. Were these visits actually programming sessions? One thing is for sure, as the visits augmented in frequency, Monroe became worse. One particularly hunting account is the “Surgeon Story”, a text written by Monroe herself.
The Surgeon Story
The Surgeon Story is a text written in poem form by Monroe where she describes being cut open by Lee Strasberg and her psychiatrist Margaret Hohenberg. While some describe this story as Marilyn’s recollection of a nightmare, other researchers claim that it is actually a description of a mind control session.
Best finest surgeon—Strasberg
to cut me open which I don’t mind since Dr. H
has prepared me—given me anaesthetic
and has also diagnosed the case and
agrees with what has to be done—
an operation—to bring myself back to
life and to cure me of this terrible dis-ease
whatever the hell it is—(…)
Strasberg cuts me open after Dr. H gives me
anesthesia and tries in a medical way to comfort me –
everything in the room is WHITE in fact I can’t even see anyone just white objects -
they cut me open – Strasberg with Hohenberg’s ass.
and there is absolutely nothing there—
deeply disappointed but more even—
that he had made such a mistake. He
thought there was going
to be so much—more than he had ever
dreamed possible …
instead there was absolutely nothing—
every human living feeling thing—
the only thing
that came out was so finely cut sawdust—like out of a raggedy ann doll—and the sawdust
all over the floor & table and Dr. H is
because suddenly she realizes that this is a
new type case. The patient … existing
of complete emptiness
Strasberg’s dreams & hopes for theater
Dr. H’s dreams and hopes for a permanent
is given up—Arthur is disappointed—
In this odd and disturbing story, Monroe describes being drugged and cut open by her psychiatrists. She writes that she “didn’t mind the operation” because she was “prepared”. Was she dissociating? There is also mention of her seeing “only white” which might refer to sensory deprivation – a method used in MK Ultra programming.
Once cut open, the doctors only found “finely cut sawdust” inside of her “like out of a raggedy ann doll”. These are the typical words of an MK slave who have completely lost touch with their true core personality. Marilyn perceives herself as an “empty” doll.
According to Jason Kennedy, a member of Marilyn’s family, the Surgeon’s Story describes Mind Control techniques such as sensory deprivation and the administration of dissociative anesthetic drugs.
“Online publications have referred to the “Surgeon Story” as a dream or nightmare. Even a musician, Annie Clark, was inspired to write a song with the lyrics, “Best, finest surgeon/Come cut me open”, because she believed Marilyn wrote the words due to her reverence of Lee Strasberg during her studies with him.
Jason, on the other hand, likened it to a very real time in the life of Marilyn Monroe, and her narrative of the experience, after being subject to mind-control techniques and drugs at the hands of Lee Strasberg and Dr. Margaret Hohenberg, when she underwent private sessions with the duo in 1955 to help release blocks in her acting techniques.
Their methodology consisted of having Marilyn Monroe delve into painful childhood memories, they told her, to make her into a great actress.
According to Jason’s research, the pair convinced Marilyn this was all a part of “helping” her. He said she was confused from the start as she documented the “Surgeon Story” details, correcting her own details of the story from “pupil” or “student”, to coining herself the “patient”.
“It was a mental operation,” Jason said. “She wasn’t physically cut, but mentally cut open.”
He said it was used to break her down and change her behaviour.
“This had nothing to do with acting,” Jason continued. “It was pure and simple extortion using mind control techniques. Also, ‘mind-control drugs’ were only one aspect of the process of mind-control. Sensory deprivation, dissociative anesthetic drugs, and psychic driving are part of an overall process of mind-control.”
Lee Strasberg often referred to himself as doctor, including in his 1965 book, “Strasberg At The Actor’s Studio: Tape Recorded Sessions”.
Whether or not this story actually happened, it nevertheless conveys the inner-thoughts of a mind control slave who is powerless against her handlers and their clinical attempts to program and modify her. Sadly, other traumatic events caused by her handlers were all too real.
Traumatized by Her Handlers
In 1961, Dr. Kris convinced Marilyn to check in at Payne Withney psychiatric ward. The events that ensued are shocking considering the fact that Marilyn was a world-renowned movie star – but not surprising considering the fact that she was a mind control slave. Here’s what happened at the psychiatric ward:
“Kris had driven Marilyn to the sprawling, white-brick New York Hospital—Weill Cornell Medical Centre, overlooking the East River at 68th Street. Swathed in a fur coat and using the name Faye Miller, she signed the papers to admit herself, but she quickly found she was being escorted not to a place where she could rest but to a padded room in a locked psychiatric ward. The more she sobbed and begged to be let out, banging on the steel doors, the more the psychiatric staff believed she was indeed psychotic. She was threatened with a straitjacket, and her clothes and purse were taken from her. She was given a forced bath and put into a hospital gown.
On March 1 and 2, 1961, Marilyn wrote an extraordinary, six-page letter to Dr. Greenson vividly describing her ordeal: “There was no empathy at Payne-Whitney—it had a very bad effect—they asked me after putting me in a ‘cell’ (I mean cement blocks and all) for very disturbed depressed patients (except I felt I was in some kind of prison for a crime I hadn’t committed. The inhumanity there I found archaic … everything was under lock and key … the doors have windows so patients can be visible all the time, also, the violence and markings still remain on the walls from former patients.)”
A psychiatrist came in and gave her a physical exam, “including examining the breast for lumps.” She objected, telling him that she’d had a complete physical less than a month before, but that didn’t deter him.
When she refused to cooperate with the staff, “two hefty men and two hefty women” picked her up by all fours and carried her in the elevator to the seventh floor of the hospital. (“I must say that at least they had the decency to carry me face down.… I just wept quietly all the way there,” she wrote.)
She was ordered to take another bath—her second since arriving—and then the head administrator came in to question her. “He told me I was a very, very sick girl and had been a very, very sick girl for many years.”
Dr. Kris, who had promised to see her the day after her confinement, failed to show up, and neither Lee Strasberg nor his wife, Paula, to whom she finally managed to write, could get her released, as they were not family.”
– Marilyn and Her Monsters, Vanity Fair
Another less publicized aspect of Monroe’s life is her two failed pregnancies. While most biographies state that she suffered miscarriages, some accounts hint that, in reality, the miscarriages were provoked. Provoking miscarriages is a common practice in MK Ultra and, reading Marilyn’s own words, it appears that her baby was taken away by her handlers. In Pepitone’s book, Marilyn reportedly said about her pregnancy:
“Don’t take my baby. So they took my baby from me… and I never saw it again.”
– Pepitone, Op. Cit.
The book basically states that Marilyn did not suffer a miscarriage. “They” took her baby away.
“After Marilyn had a healthy baby it was taken away from her and she was never allowed to see it. It was very likely sacrificed. Marilyn was too afraid to ask what they were going to do with it.”
– Springmeier, Op. Cit.
According to her biographies, Marilyn lost both her babies at Polyclinic Hospital, the place where, according to Springmeier, she was being programmed.
“The operation took place at Polyclinic Hospital where Marilyn had lost her baby the year before…Marilyn said: “Going back to that hospital’s a nightmare… Pain? What ‘pain?”. For her, the only pain was in not having her own child”
– Pepitone, Op. Cit.
“Notice she always goes back to the Polyclinic Hospital. Monarch victims have had to endure vast amounts of horrible torture. They learn to survive by disassociation. When Marilyn says “What is pain?” she is being accurate in reflecting her response to pain. She could not have pain–because she would disassociate it. Certain alters are created to take the pain, and the other alters don’t have to experience it.”
– Springmeier, Op. Cit.
In the first part of this series of articles, we looked at the hidden life of Marilyn Monroe – one that reveals the dark side of Hollywood. Marilyn was not only thoroughly manipulated by her handlers, but actually mistreated and traumatized in order to “keep her down” and reinforce programming. The chilling facts mentioned above originate from different sources but, when they are put together, they paint a sad, yet crystal clear picture of the life of a Hollywood MK slave. Trauma, abuse, isolation, mind control and constant surveillance were part of Monroe’s daily life.
This kind of abuse however takes a severe toll on the victims and, after a while, a total breakdown almost inevitably ensues. At that point, MK slaves are usually “thrown off the freedom train”. Was this Marilyn’s ultimate fate?
In the second part of this two part series, we’ll look at the end of Marilyn Monroe’s career and the circumstances around her death – all of which were typical for a victim of mind control. We will also examine her legacy in the shady MK Ultra underworld and how she became a symbol for Monarch Programming in Hollywood.
The first part of this series of articles described the hidden side of Marilyn Monroe’s childhood and her beginnings in the entertainment industry. While Monroe projected the image of a glamorous sex symbol, the reality of her day-to-day life was pretty much the opposite: She was controlled, abused, exploited and even traumatized by various handlers while living in prison-like conditions. Her difficult situation slowly lead to a total mental breakdown and, when she apparently lost her usefulness to those controlling her, she lost her life in very strange circumstances.
Monroe’s legacy lives on, however, and in some ways she is more relevant today than ever in the entertainment industry … but for the wrong reasons. There are now a great number of mind control slaves in Hollywood and those behind the scenes have made Marilyn Monroe the ultimate symbol of Beta Programming. There are several Marilyn Monroes in Hollywood, these days, all projecting an attractive image while being subjected to the same control and hardship as Monroe was. And all of them get associated with Monroe at one time or another in their career. Is it a coincidence? If you read my series of articles Symbolic Pics of the Month, you probably know that the use of Monroe’s image is often repeated on a specific type of celebrity … too often to be simply a coincidence.
Let’s look at the end of Monroe’s career, the circumstances of her death and how her image is exploited by today’s Illuminati industry.
At the height of her career, Marilyn got involved with the highest power figure in the world: The President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. While some historians classify their relationship as an “affair”, researchers in Monarch mind control claim that she was actually a presidential model – the highest “level” of Beta Programming slaves who are used to “service” Presidents.
If true, the existence of presidential models is quite a troubling concept, one that proves the power and the importance of Monarch Mind Control in elite circles.
“Presidential models” were/are allegedly used by big time entertainers and politicians as playthings; mind controlled puppets programmed to perform assorted acts at the bidding of their manipulative “handlers”. Supposedly Marilyn Monroe was the first Monarch slave who achieved “celebrity” status. For those unfamiliar with the term “Presidential model”, I’ll refer them to The Control of Candy Jones by Donald Bain and Long John Nebel. As the story goes, Long John Nebel–a New York radio personality in the 50’s-70’s–discovered via hypnosis that his wife, Candy Jones, was a victim of just this sort of mind control project, one of the many MK-ULTRA mind slaves, programmed by CIA “spychiatrists” and used by high mucky muck dignitaries to perform their whims, among other assorted duties such as being used as drug mules and message couriers for this vast network of morally deficient power brokers. More has come to light in this regard in recent years by way of similar allegations disbursed widely across the Internet, as well as such highly controversial books as Trance Formation In America by Mark Phillips and Kathy O’Brien, wherein Ms. O’Brien relates her own troubling tales of MK-ULTRA and Monarch abuse. ”
– Adam Gorightly, “An Interpretation of Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut”
According to mind-control researchers, Marilyn was the first “high profile” presidential model, a situation that required her handlers to exercise extreme control on what she said and did in public.
“They stripped Marilyn of any contact with the outside world to insure that their mind control would work. They were afraid that something might go wrong with the first Presidential slave that was allowed to be highly visible to the public”
– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave
“High level” Monarch slaves are often identified with gems and stones to identify their status. Presidential models are reportedly identified with diamonds.
“For bona-fides & recognition signals, the Monarch slaves wear diamonds to signify they are presidential models. (…)
Emeralds mean drugs, rubies mean prostitution, diamonds (rhinestones) Presidential Model work.”
Relevant fact: The dress worn by Monroe while singing “Happy Birthday Mr. President” contained more than 2500 rhinestones. Was it a way to identify her as a Presidential Model? One thing is for sure, behind the smiles and the diamonds, things were extremely sour for Marilyn during that time period. In fact, that Presidential performance was actually one of her last public appearances, as she was found dead less than three months later.
Slowly Breaking Down
The last months of Marilyn’s life were characterized with erratic behaviour, strange anecdotes and several “intimate” relationships with high-powered individuals. As she was increasingly showing signs of serious mental distress, she also had affairs with several men (JFK, his brother Bobby Kennedy, Marlon Brando, etc.) and according to a biography Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret by Tony Jerris, with some women as well.
As a Beta Slave, she was also used by industry people. In June DiMaggio’s book Marilyn, Joe and Me the author describes how she was forced to service old men and that she had to completely dissociate from reality (an important aspect of MK programming) to be able to go through the disgusting acts.
“Marilyn couldn’t afford emotions when she had to sleep with wrinkled old men to survive in the business. She had to protect herself by virtually turning them (emotions) off during those times – as if she were playing a part in order to remove herself from the horror of the situation. When these highly placed, high-priced moguls owned her body and soul, she couldn’t afford a life of her own. There were times, she told me, when she came home exhausted from a day’s shoot and some powerful old geezer would telephone her and her skin would crawl. After some of the horrors she would come over and stay in our shower for an hour or more. She wanted to wash away the terrible experience she’d had to endure”.
– June DiMaggio, Marilyn, Joe and Me
In the last months of her life, Marilyn was reportedly very difficult to work with and her behaviour caused observers to worry about her situation. During the shooting of her last completed movie, The Misfits, Monroe had a “serious illness” that was never disclosed but was reportedly treated by a … psychiatrist. In other words, mind control.
“Monroe was frequently ill and unable to perform, and away from the influence of Dr. Greenson, she had resumed her consumption of sleeping pills and alcohol. A visitor to the set, Susan Strasberg, later described Monroe as “mortally injured in some way,”and in August, Monroe was rushed to Los Angeles where she was hospitalized for ten days. Newspapers reported that she had been near death, although the nature of her illness was not disclosed. Louella Parsons wrote in her newspaper column that Monroe was “a very sick girl, much sicker than at first believed”, and disclosed that she was being treated by a psychiatrist.”
– Wikipedia, “Marilyn Monroe”
In 1962, Marilyn began filming Something’s Got to Give, but she was so ill and unreliable that she ultimately got fired and sued by the studio 20th Century Fox for half a million dollars. The movie’s producer Henry Weinstein stated that Marilyn’s behavior during the filming was horrifying:
“Very few people experience terror. We all experience anxiety, unhappiness, heartbreaks, but that was sheer primal terror.”
– Anthony Summers, “Goddess”
Weinstein observed that Marilyn’s was not having regular “bad days” or mood swings. She was feeling “sheer primal terror” – something that products of trauma-based Mind Control often end up experiencing.
The Last Sitting
In late June 1962, Marilyn modeled for a photo shoot with photographer Bert Stern for Vogue magazine. Six weeks later, she was found dead. There is something troubling about those images as they show a sensual yet aging Monroe, drunk and with a eyes that somewhat lost of their spark. Whether it was intentional or not, this photo shoot is symbolic for several reasons.
This photo shoot, taken at the most difficult time of her life – after a “miscarriage”, a divorce, a forced trip to a psychiatric ward, and all kinds of abuse, will also be remembered as her most revealing and intimate one. As Marilyn’s life got more difficult, she also became increasingly sensual – which is what Beta Programming slaves are programmed to do. However, like other MK slaves, she did not live past the age of 40.
Marilyn Monroe was found dead by her psychiatrist Ralph Greenson in her bedroom on August 5, 1962. While her death was classified as a “probable suicide” due to “acute barbiturate poisoning”, it is still one of the most debated conspiracy theories of all time. There are indeed a great number of facts pointing toward murder, yet the truth about her death has never been official acknowledged. Since Marilyn’s demise, a great number of other celebrities have lost their lives in similar circumstances. To those who are aware of the dark side of the entertainment industry, the modus operandi of the occult elite has become quite clear.
In Marilyn’s case, the evidence is quite startling. In fact, so much evidence has been destroyed that it is difficult not to believe in a cover-up. Jack Clemmons, the first LAPD officer who investigated the death scene, has gone on record to state that he believes that she was murdered. Many other detectives have said the same, but no murder charges were ever filed.
Three people were present in Marilyn’s house at the time of her death: Her housekeeper Eunice Murray, her psychiatrist Dr. Ralph Greenson, and her internist Dr. Hyman Engelberg. The investigation around Marilyn’s death revealed that Dr. Greenson called the police over an hour after Dr. Engelberg pronounced her dead. The behavior of the three present at the scene was described as “erratic”. Here are parts of the official timeline of events of that fateful night.
7–7:15 p.m.: Joe DiMaggio Jr., son of baseball player Joe DiMaggio (and thus Monroe’s former stepson) phones her about his broken engagement to a girl in San Diego. DiMaggio Jr. said when interviewed that Monroe sounded cheerful and upbeat. On duty with the Marines in California, DiMaggio was able to place the time of the call because he was watching the seventh inning of a Baltimore Orioles-Los Angeles Angels game being played in Baltimore. According to the game’s records the seventh inning took place between 10 and 10:15 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time; thus, Monroe received the call around 7 p.m. California time.
7:30–7:45 p.m.: Peter Lawford (President Kennedy’s brother-in-law) telephones Monroe to invite her to dinner at his house, an invitation she had declined earlier that day. According to Lawford, Monroe’s speech was slurred and was becoming increasingly indecipherable. After telling him goodbye the conversation abruptly ends. Lawford tries to call her back again, but receives a busy signal. Telephone records show that this is the last phone call Monroe’s main line received that night.
8 p.m.: Lawford telephones Eunice Murray, who is spending the night in Monroe’s guest house, on a different line asking if the maid would check in on her. After a few seconds, Murray returns to the phone telling Lawford that she is fine. Unconvinced, Lawford will try all night long to get in touch with Monroe. Lawford telephones his friend and lawyer Milton A. “Mickey” Rudin, but is advised to keep away from Monroe’s house to avoid any public embarrassment that could result from Monroe possibly being under the influence.
10 p.m.: Housekeeper Eunice Murray walks past Monroe’s bedroom door and later testifies that she saw a light on under the door, but decided not to disturb Monroe.
3:00 a.m.: Eunice Murray calls Marilyn’s personal psychiatrist, Dr. Greenson, on the second telephone line, she cannot wake Monroe. She is sure something is very wrong after peeking into her barred bedroom window.
3:40 a.m.: Dr. Greenson arrives and tries to break open the door but fails. He looks through the French windows outside and sees Monroe lying on the bed holding the telephone and apparently dead. He breaks the glass to open the locked door and checks her. He calls Dr. Hyman Engelberg. There is some speculation that an ambulance might have been summoned to Monroe’s house at this point and was later dismissed
4:30 a.m.: Police are called and arrive shortly after. The two doctors and Murray are questioned and indicate a time of death of around 12:30 a.m. Police note the room is extremely tidy and the bed appears to have fresh linen on it. They claim Murray was washing sheets when they arrived. Police note that the bedside table has several pill bottles, but the room contains no means to wash pills down as there is no glass and the water is turned off. Monroe was known to gag on pills even when drinking to wash them down. Later a glass is found lying on the floor by the bed, but police claim it was not there when the room was searched.
5:40 a.m.: Undertaker Guy Hockett arrives and notes that the state of rigor mortis indicates a time of death between 9:30 and 11:30 p.m. The time is later altered to match the witness statements.
6 a.m.: Murray changes her story and now says she went back to bed at midnight and only called Dr. Greenson when she awoke at 3 a.m. and noticed the light still on. Both doctors also change their stories and now claim Monroe died around 3:50 a.m. Police note Murray appears quite evasive and extremely vague and she would eventually change her story several times. Despite being a key witness, Murray travels to Europe and is not questioned again.
– Wikipedia, “Death of Marilyn Monroe”
To sum up some strange events that happened that night: The police were called more than an hour after Monroe was found dead; the room was cleaned up by the maid and linen were changed AFTER she was found dead; there were multiple pill bottles in her room, but no water; a glass was later found on the floor, but was not there when the room was first searched; the time of death given by the witnesses changed several times. Finally, prime witness (and a possible suspect), Eunice Murray leaves the country and is never questioned again.
Circumstances surrounding Monroe’s autopsy are also extremely suspicious, as the conclusion of the most important reports clearly show that swallowing pills was not the cause of her death. Furthermore, there appears to be a clear effort to suppress all evidence that might lead to the true cause of Monroe’s death.
“The pathologist, Dr. Thomas Noguchi, could find no trace of capsules, powder or the typical discoloration caused by Nembutal in Monroe’s stomach or intestines, indicating that the drugs that killed her had not been swallowed. If Monroe had taken them over a period of time (which might account for the lack of residue), she would have died before ingesting the amount found in her bloodstream. Monroe was found lying face down. There was also evidence of cyanosis, an indication that death had been very quick. Noguchi asked the toxicologist for examinations of the blood, liver, kidneys, stomach, urine and intestines, which would have revealed exactly how the drugs got into Monroe’s system. However, the toxicologist, after examining the blood, did not believe he needed to check other organs, so many of the organs were destroyed without being examined. Noguchi later asked for the samples, but the medical photographs, the slides of those organs that were examined and the examination form showing bruises on the body had disappeared, making it impossible to investigate the cause of death.
The toxicology report shows high levels of Nembutal (38–66 capsules) and chloral hydrate (14–23 tablets) in Monroe’s blood. The level found was enough to kill more than 10 people. An examination of the body ruled out intravenous injection as the source of the drugs. Coroner Dr. Theodore Curphey oversaw the full autopsy. Apart from the cause of death as listed on the death certificate, the results were never made public and no record of the findings was kept.”
In 1985, British journalist Anthony Summers investigated the circumstances surrounding Monroe’s death. He managed to obtain an interview with the maid Eunice Murray for a BBC report. She inadvertently admitted some damning facts.
“For the BBC program Eunice Murray initially repeated the same story she had told Robert Slatzer in 1973 and the police in 1962. She apparently noticed the camera crew starting to pack up and then said, “Why, at my age, do I still have to cover this thing?” Unknown to her, the microphone was still on. Murray went on to admit that Monroe had known the Kennedys. She volunteered that on the night of the actress’ death, “When the doctor arrived, she was not dead.” Murray died in 1994 without revealing further details.”
Despite all of these facts, the truth about Marilyn’s death is still not out in the open. As is the case for many other celebrity deaths, there is an aura of mystery surrounding it and a whole lot of answered questions. In other words, it fits the profile of a typical occult elite assassination that has the power to keep law enforcement from revealing the truth.
Some researchers have attempted to pin-point who instigated the murder. Some cite the Kennedys, the CIA, her psychologists or other individuals. It is perhaps wiser to take a step back and to look at the wider picture: Most of the people around Monroe were part of the same system. It was not a single person who decided to kill her, she was a MK slave who was “thrown off the freedom train”. Like many others after her, she was a celebrity who was exploited when she was useful and eliminated when her programming started to break down.
“The deeper meaning here is that all Monarch slaves are expendable if they cross the line, and many of these victims reportedly have been “discarded” in just such a manner after they become a certain age and are no longer desirable as prostitute/slaves, or if they in someway break free of their programming and are considered a “risk”.”
– Op. Cit. Gorightly.
Symbol of Beta Programming in Today’s Entertainment Industry
While Marilyn Monroe quickly became a larger-than-life icon representing all that is hot and glamorous in Hollywood, she also became, in the shady world of MK-Ultra, a symbol of Beta Programming in Hollywood. Today, more than ever, many young starlets raised in the entertainment industry follow in Marilyn’s footsteps – as if it was all planned out for them. Manipulated by handlers, they are lead to fame and fortune, but also go through trauma-based mind control, abuse, exploitation, break downs and, sometimes, early death. In all cases, these celebrities are made to embody Marilyn Monroe at one stage of their career, as if it was a sick requirement by the MK puppeteers, who make it a point to identify their slaves to the clueless masses. How many videos or photoshoots featuring major stars are said to “channel” Marilyn Monroe? Too many to be a coincidence. In some cases, the resemblance is not only aesthetic. Here are some examples.
One of the most obvious cases of mind control in today’s entertainment industry is Britney Spears. From her childhood as a Mouseketeer to her adulthood living under the conservatorship of her father and fiancée (aka her handlers), Britney has always been closely monitored by powerful figures. Like so many other slaves, she has gone through breakdowns, substance abuse, and is often described as a “drugged zombie” by those closest to her.
Britney is reportedly “obsessed” with Monroe. According to Wonderwall, Britney demands that a collection of Marilyn Monroe DVDs be on-hand in all her hotel rooms. She also visits Marilyn’s grave regularly and wants to be buried in the same cemetery. Are Beta slaves programmed to adulate Marilyn?
Anna-Nicole Smith’s life was very similar to Monroe’s, right down to the tragic end. Famous for her curves and her “dumb blonde” persona popularized by Monroe, her life in the spotlight was typical of a Beta slave. In the final years of her life, she was in a relationship with her attorney Howard K. Stern – who acted more as a MK handler than a husband. In this video (that I originally posted in the article When Insiders Expose the Ugly Side of the Entertainment Industry), we see Anna-Nicole demonstrating odd behavior … quite possible a programmed alter-personality switched on. The sad scene is filmed by Stern who appears to have triggered the episode.
Anna-Nicole also had to live through some incredibly traumatic events. For instance, in 2006, right after giving birth to her daughter, her 20 year-old son came to visit her … and mysteriously died right in her hospital room. The cause of his death was never clear but, as usual, the reason given by mass media is “drugs”. Was this a sacrifice by the occult elite to traumatize Anna-Nicole Smith the Beta slave? One thing is for sure, the event completely changed for the rest of her life. (Note that Monroe lost two unborn babies and claims they were “taken from her” by unidentified people).
Less than three weeks after the death of her son, Anna-Nicole “committed” to handler Howard. K. Stern in an unofficial ceremony. Five months later, Smith was found dead in a hotel room in Florida. She lost her life at age 39 due to a “combination of drugs”. In short, Smith’s resemblance to Monroe was not only physical, she was programmed to relive Monroe’s life.
Other Beta Programming Celebrities as Monroe
Here are other personalities with Beta personas that are associated with Marilyn Monroe:
While it is normal for celebrities to be inspired by an iconic star such as Marilyn Monroe, her image is systematically used on stars pushing the Illuminati Agenda. Like other symbols described on this site, the symbol of Monroe is used to represent the presence of Beta programming in popular culture.
In this two-part series of articles, we looked at Marilyn Monroe’s youth, career, death and legacy. In all of these stages, Monroe’s life was imprinted with trauma, abuse and mind control. As a victim of Beta Programming, when she was not working on a project, she was literally passed around for her ” intimate services”. Towards the end of her life, Marilyn was JFK’s Presidential Model, a situation that could have been explosive if revealed to the public. Both of them would die shortly afterwards in circumstances that remain extremely shady and suspicious.
Even after Monroe’s death, her image continues to be used ad-nauseam to identify those who are following in her footsteps by the same system that controlled her entire life. Why do the most iconic figures in our pop culture often end up living tragic lives? Is it because there is something terribly wrong in the entertainment industry? I’ll let Marilyn Monroe sum up the situation.
“Hollywood is a place where they pay you 50,000 dollars for a kiss and 50 cents for your soul”
– Marilyn Monroe
Credit Vigilant Citizen