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                                 $1 billion drug bust in Australia 
                                                                              February 16, 2016 By Juliet Perry, CNN

                         
INL News Investigation files show from insider statements form people who have previously worked for and with various Australian and other police around the world, that when a large illegal drug bust take place by the police.... sometime a percentage of the drugs seized end back on the street.. by a method whereby some corrupt police involved in the illegal drug bust only bring a percentage of the drugs to the police property room .... as the official drugs collected in the drug bust, with the other drugs being given to dealers to sell back on the street .. with the police looking as though they have done a great job in the public's eyes... a doctor that worked for the police for many years was one of the people the INL News Investigation Team interviewed which stated this as a fact which she witnessed with her own eyes as a regular thing that happened ... the doctor witnessed on many occasions police diving up drug in the police lift, some to go to the property room and some to be given to dealers working with corrupt police to be sold back on the streets...

 The INL News hopes that this has not happened in this drug bust....


Officers stand by a display of confiscated drugs in Sydney.

Australian police make arrests in relation to the transpotation and manufacture of large quanities of 'ice'.

'Organized offshore criminal gangs'

"This is a result of organized criminals targeting the lucrative Australian ice market from offshore," said Keenan.

Commander Chris Sheehan from the Australian Federal Police stands by a display of confiscated drugs in Sydney (AP)


$1 billion drug bust in Australia - February 16, 2016


Seized drugs are seen on display, in the packaging they were concealed in, at the Australian Federal Police headquarters in Sydney (EPA)

In January, a 33-year-old Hong Kong man was arrested and charged in connection with the original seizure.

One of four people being arrested in a Joint Organized Crime Group operation in Sydney (EPA)

A further two Hong Kongers, a man, 37, and a 52-year-old woman, along with a Chinese man, 59, were also seized and charged with knowingly taking part in the manufacture of a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug over the stash in the storage units.


One of four people being arrested in a Joint Organized Crime Group operation in Sydney (EPA)

"We are alleging that the people we have arrested weren't just mere bit-players, they were significant players within this criminal network," said Mr Sheehan, adding that they all face life in prison if convicted.

The sting was part of Taskforce Blaze, a rare operation established in November between the Australian Federal Police and the Chinese national narcotics control commission - the first joint effort between the two targeting the booming ice market.


One of four people being arrested in a Joint Organized Crime Group operation in Sydney (EPA)

The two sides are working together to gather intelligence relating to concealment methods, trafficking routes and syndicates facilitating methamphetamine imports from south-east China into Australia.

"This critical international cooperation is already paying significant intelligence dividends," said Mr Keenan.

The bust comes two months after Malcolm Turnbull, the Australian prime minister, unveiled a Aus$300 million strategy to combat the growing use of ice following a government report that Australia had proportionally more users than most countries.

Seized drugs are seen on display, in the packaging they were concealed in, at the Australian Federal Police headquarters in Sydney (EPA)


The report showed that the use of the highly addictive drug had doubled since 2007 to more than 200,000 users in 2013, with anecdotal evidence of higher current numbers.

An Australian crime commission report published last year found that while US$80 bought one gram of ice in China, users in Australia had to pay US$500 for the same amount.

$1 billion drug bust in Australia - February 16, 2016 By Juliet Perry, CNN

 

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/02/14/asia/australia-billion-dollar-ice-seizure/

 

(CNN)Australian police have seized $1 billion Australian dollars' worth of the drug "ice" from a shipment of silicon bra inserts and art supplies, the country's federal police said, worth approximately US$700 million.

According to authorities, the bust is one of the biggest in Australia's history, and the largest seizure of liquid methylamphetamine ever.

"This has resulted in 3.6 million individual hits of ice being taken off our streets," said Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan.

Four people have been charged over the haul, which included 720 liters of the drug, the Australian Federal Police said Monday.

 

Australian customs first discovered around 190 liters hidden inside thousands of stick on gel bras in a shipment from Hong Kong in December of last year.

Delivery of the shipment was tracked to a storage facility where a Hong Kong national was arrested.

An additional 530 liters of the drug were then found concealed in art supplies stashed in storage units in Sydney.

Authorities have since arrested one Chinese national and two further Hong Kong nationals in relation to the importation and manufacture of the drug.

'Organized offshore criminal gangs'

"This is a result of organized criminals targeting the lucrative Australian ice market from offshore," said Keenan.

"Whilst Australians continue to have such an appetite for this mind destroying drug, organized criminal gangs will continue to target the Australian market."

He added that as well as local agencies, the operation had been informed by the Chinese Narcotic Control Commission, as part of a task force set up specifically to try and combat the international ice smuggling market.

"It's well-known that China is a very significant source country for methylamphetamine, not just here in Australia but around the world," said Australian Federal Police (AFP) State Manager NSW Commander Chris Sheehan.

He added that working with Chinese authorities meant the AFP could start looking for the source of the smuggling networks outside its borders.

"It gives us the capability to not just target members of syndicates that come to Australia, but go to the point of origin." he said.

Justice Minister Keenan added that all charges could result in life imprisonment.

"This is a devastating blow for the organized criminal gangs that peddle in ice and it shows you that if you do target the Australian market, we have the powers and the resources to prosecute you."

Australia has a growing problem with 'ice', which, according to experts, can cause psychosis and long term psychological issues. The drug has also been linked to violent assaults, robberies and road deaths. It appears to be increasingly available in areas where drugs have not previously been prevalent; specifically in regional and remote communities.

Australian Crime Commission NSW State Manager Warren Gray said that joint operations such as this one have a pivotal role to play in the fight against methylamphetamine.

"Methylamphetamine poses -- by far -- the greatest threat to the Australian public of all illicit drug types, and by a significant margin," he said.

READ: China's 'Breaking Bad'?

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/07/08/china/china-breaking-bad-arrest/

China's 'Breaking Bad'? Chemistry professor busted for drug lab

Tiffany Ap, for CNN - July 8, 2015

A Chinese 'Walter White': A Wuhan chemistry professor has been arrested for producing psychoactive drugs worth millions of dollars

Story highlights

 

A Chinese chemistry professor was busted for producing the MDMA-substitute methylone

Lab had produced at least 193 kg of drugs worth millions, police said

Seven other people were also arrested

 

Hong Kong (CNN)A chemistry professor in China has been arrested for producing hundreds of kilograms of psychoactive drugs bound for the U.S., UK, Canada, and Australia, Chinese state media reported.

Discovering that certain drugs were in high demand while in Australia as a visiting academic, the man surnamed Zhang, set up a lab to produce methylone, a commonly-used substitute for MDMA, Xinhua quoted police as saying.

Dubbed China's real-life Walter White, a reference to the fictional chemistry teacher and methamphetamine producer in the hit TV show "Breaking Bad", police said he'd sold at least 193kg of drugs, valued at millions of U.S. dollars.

Zhang founded a company in 2005 under the guise of producing medical coating and solvent, recruiting staff to produce drugs and sold them through mail order overseas, police said.

Authorities discovered his illicit drug business last November when customs agents found at least nine parcels from the same mailer contained white powder.

On June 17, authorities raided Zhang's lab in Wuhan. Seven other people were arrested and about 20 kg of drugs were seized.

He is not the first professor in China to be arrested for cooking up illegal drugs. Back in May, a man surnamed Lu and 16 others were arrested for producing methcathinone, known as a "poor man's cocaine."

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2015-07/07/content_21201891.htm

Chemistry professor arrested for drug business

(Xinhua) 2015-07-07 

WUHAN - A chemistry professor at a university in central China's Wuhan has been arrested on suspicion of producing hundreds of kg of a psychoactive drug and selling it to overseas buyers, the local public security bureau announced on Tuesday.

Police gave his surname as Zhang, an associate professor at an unnamed but "famous" university in Wuhan.

China's real-life Walter White, the fictional chemistry teacher and methamphetamine producer in US TV show "Breaking Bad", "found while acting as a visiting academic in Australia that some psychoactive drugs were in heavy demand, but hard to find there. He decided to make those drugs when he got back to China for profit," police said.

Zhang founded a chemical company in 2005 ostensibly producing medical coating and solvent. He recruited staff to produce drugs and sold them through mail order overseas, according to police.

Zhang's business came to light in November, when local customs agents checked overseas-bound parcels and found at least nine parcels from one mailer contained white powder.

The powder was found to be methylone, a psychoactive drug under heavy state restriction in China. Commonly used as a substitute for MDMA, methylone can lead people to lose control over their behavior and even cause death.

On June 17, customs and police raided Zhang's lab in Jiangxia District of Wuhan. Eight people were arrested and about 20 kg of drugs were seized.

From March to November 2014, Zhang's business sold at least 193 kg of drugs to buyers in Britain, Canada, the United States and Australia, making Zhang millions of dollars, police said.

 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/australiaandthepacific/australia/12157282/Australia-seizes-1-billion-worth-of-drugs-in-massive-bust.html

Australia seizes $1 billion worth of drugs in massive bust

Some of the drugs were concealed in inserts for bras in one of Australia's biggest drug busts

By , video source ITN - 15 Feb 2016

Australian police have seized more than Aus$1 billion (£500 million) in methamphetamine, or ice, some concealed in inserts for bras in one of the country's biggest drug busts, authorities said on Monday.

Three Hong Kongers and a Chinese national were arrested during the joint operation with China which Michael Keenan, justice minister, described as the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australian history.

"This has resulted in 3.6 million individual hits of ice being taken off our streets with a street value of Aus$1.26 billion," he said.

"This largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine to date is the result of organised criminals, targeting the lucrative Australian ice market from offshore."

Australian federal police commander Chris Sheehan said the operation began in December 2015 when the Australian Border Force examined a shipping container out of Hong Kong in Sydney. It originated in mainland China.

"That shipping container was found to contain gel bra inserts and hidden inside those gel bra inserts was 190 litres of liquid methamphetamine," he said.

The seizure was referred to the Australian federal police who began an investigation which traced an additional 530 litres of liquid methamphetamine to five storage units in Sydney where they were found inside art supplies.

In January, a 33-year-old Hong Kong man was arrested and charged in connection with the original seizure.

A further two Hong Kongers, a man, 37, and a 52-year-old woman, along with a Chinese man, 59, were also seized and charged with knowingly taking part in the manufacture of a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug over the stash in the storage units.


One of four people being arrested in a Joint Organized Crime Group operation in Sydney (EPA)

"We are alleging that the people we have arrested weren't just mere bit-players, they were significant players within this criminal network," said Mr Sheehan, adding that they all face life in prison if convicted.

The sting was part of Taskforce Blaze, a rare operation established in November between the Australian Federal Police and the Chinese national narcotics control commission - the first joint effort between the two targeting the booming ice market.


One of four people being arrested in a Joint Organized Crime Group operation in Sydney (EPA)

The two sides are working together to gather intelligence relating to concealment methods, trafficking routes and syndicates facilitating methamphetamine imports from south-east China into Australia.

"This critical international cooperation is already paying significant intelligence dividends," said Mr Keenan.

The bust comes two months after Malcolm Turnbull, the Australian prime minister, unveiled a Aus$300 million strategy to combat the growing use of ice following a government report that Australia had proportionally more users than most countries.

Seized drugs are seen on display, in the packaging they were concealed in, at the Australian Federal Police headquarters in Sydney (EPA)


The report showed that the use of the highly addictive drug had doubled since 2007 to more than 200,000 users in 2013, with anecdotal evidence of higher current numbers.

An Australian crime commission report published last year found that while US$80 bought one gram of ice in China, users in Australia had to pay US$500 for the same amount.


Bizarre Drug Smuggling attempts

Dog mules 2004

In 2004 Gregory Graham and Kaye Michele Chapman were convicted for attempting to smuggle cocaine from Colombia into Britain through Stansted Airport by surgically implanting it into two labrador dogs. Rex, right, one of the dogs used to import 1.3kg of cocaine.


Mr Potato Head 2007

Surprise toy: A Mr Potatohead toy containing 293 grams of ecstasy seized by Australian Customs at a mail centre in Sydney in October, 2007. The parcel was posted from Ireland and sent to a residential address in Sydney's western suburbs. 

Cocaine plaster cast 2009

PICTURE: AP PHOTO/SPANISH POLICE

Spanish Police cut a cast made of cocaine that was worn by a 66-year-old Chilean man who tried to smuggle the drugs into Barcelona airport in 2009


Bogus baby belly 2013


PICTURE: COLOMBIAN POLICEHO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Canadian Ritchie Tabatha Leah was detained at Bogota airport in September 2013 as she pretended to be pregnant but was captured while attempting to board a flight to her country, carrying 2kg of cocaine hidden under a latex belly

Carpet heroin
2014



PICTURE: REX FEATURES

German Customs confiscated 45 Kg of heroin woven into a carpet rug in Leipzig in January, 2014


iPhone armour
2015



PICTURE: JEFTA IMAGES/BARCROFT MEDIA

Customs officials at Futian Port in China were suspicious of a man's 'weird posture'. They made a startling discovery when they searched him as he attempted to leave leave Hong Kong: a suit of armour made of 94 iPhones and several rolls of cling film


Cocaine cups
2015



PHOTO: NATIONAL PICTURES

Nola Williams, 47, was found with a cocaine stash worth an estimated £180,000 at Gatwick Airport. A strip-search of revealed a kilo of cocaine stitched into the cups of Williams' 46D bra

Ferrero Rocher 'ice'
2015



PICTURE: MERCURY PRESS

A woman was arrested for attempting to smuggle crystal meth in Ferrero Rocher wrappers. The 46-year woman was arrested at Sydney Airport, Australia, after Australian Border Force officers discovered 500 grams of the drug. She will appear at Darwin Magistrates Court facing charges of supplying methamphetamine in commercial quantity, possessing methamphetamine in commercial quantity and possessing a thing to administer a dangerous drug.


Cocaine wafers
2015

PICTURE: U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION VIA AP

A Guatemalan citizen arrived at George Bush Intercontinental Airport from Guatemala City with packages of vanilla wafers. But when customs officials opened them up, they said they found they were filled with cocaine instead of cream filling

Fake wood 2015


PICTURE: EPA

Spanish police seized 40 pallets that arrived on a shipping container from Colombia. Forensic examination found that the pallets were made of compressed cocaine powder made to look like wood.

Green carrots 2016




PICTURE: U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION

Drug smugglers were caught trying to hide more than a ton of marijuana disguised as carrots while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. 2,817 packages of marijuana were wrapped into carrot shapes with orange plastic tape



AFP officers standing with table full of bras, bottles of glue and painting sets which allegedly had ice smuggled inside.

AFP officers stand with Ice haul - Ice was allegedly smuggled in bras, bottles of craft glue and painting sets ABC News: Jessica Kidd

Ice seizure arrests

One of four people who was arrested over the importation and manufacture of $1.26 billion worth of ice into Sydney.

Supplied: AFP

Ice 'worth $1.26 billion' hidden in gel bras, art supplies seized by police, Justice Minister says

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-15/more-than-1-billion-of-ice-seized/7168050]#

PHOTO: Ice was allegedly smuggled in bras, bottles of craft glue and painting sets. (AAP: Dan Himbrechts)

More than $1 billion worth of ice has been seized from a shipment of stick-on gel bras and inside storage units filled with art supplies, Australian Federal Police say, in what is being described as the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australia's history.

Key points:

  • Authorities seize 720 litres of liquid methamphetamine, 'largest bust in Australia's history'
  • Ice hidden in gel bras, craft glue and painting sets
  • Four Hong Kong nationals charged over importation and manufacture
  • Haul discovered in shipment from Asia to Australia, remainder in Sydney storage units

Four people have been charged over the importation and manufacture of 720 litres of methylamphetamine.

Authorities discovered the drugs in a shipment from Asia to Australia and found the remainder in storage units in Sydney.

The ice was allegedly hidden in stick-on 'water magic' push up bras, bottles of craft glue and painting sets.

Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan said it was the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australia's history.

"This is also one of the largest drug seizures in our country," he said.

"This has resulted in 3.6 million individual hits of ice being taken off our streets with a street value of $1.26 billion.

"And we are here to laud the joint operation that has resulted in the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australia's history."

Australian Federal Police State Manager NSW Commander Chris Sheehan said the joint organised crime group operation began in December last year when the Australian Border Force examined a shipping container out of Hong Kong.

"That shipping container was found to contain gel bra inserts and hidden inside those gel bra inserts was 190 litres of liquid methamphetamine," he said.

Commander Sheehan said the investigation also yielded another 530 litres of liquid methamphetamine in Sydney.

"These drugs were concealed inside art supplies housed in five storage units in Sydney in the suburbs of Miranda, Hurstville, Padstow and Kingsgrove," he said.

Commander Sheehan said a number of people had been arrested over the drug seizures.

"In January this year, the joint organised crime group conducted a controlled operation resulting in the arrest of a 33-year-old Hong Kong national," he said.

"He was charged in relation to the original seizure of the drugs by the Border Force.

"A further three Hong Kong nationals — a 59-year-old man, a 37-year-old man, and a 52-year-old woman — were arrested and charged in relation to the drugs located in the storage facilities."

Mr Keenan said offenders could face life imprisonment over such a large quantity of drugs.

"This is a devastating blow for the organised criminal gangs that peddle in ice and it shows you that if you do target the Australian market, we have the powers and the resources to prosecute you," he said.

"In this case because of the large quantity of these drugs the people involved could be imprisoned for life."

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/02/15/466815438/inflated-bust-australia-announces-1-billion-drug-seizure-in-bras

Inflated Bust? Australia Announces $1 Billion Drug Seizure In Bras

 February 15, 2016


Police released a photo of bra inserts that were found to contain about 50 gallons of liquid methamphetamine. Australian authorities say they've arrested four people over the illegal drug shipments.

Australian Federal Police


Police in Australia say they unraveled a drug smuggling ring that used brassiere inserts, paint-by numbers kits and other items to conceal 720 liters (about 190 gallons) of liquid methamphetamine. But not everyone agrees on the drugs' value.

More than a quarter of the seized meth was found "inside thousands of silicon bra inserts amongst the consignment of 86 boxes," according to the federal police.

Announcing the bust, the Australian Federal Police's Joint Organized Crime Group says that the drugs have "an estimated potential street value of more than a billion dollars."

We'll note that at today's exchange rate, the $1.26 billion in Australian dollars that was cited by police is equal to about $900 million here in the U.S.

The official figure quickly drew scrutiny from critics, who say the police are valuing the drugs at a much higher rate than they have in the past.

Australia's ABC network reports, "the AFP's claim that the drugs were worth more than $1 billion is under scrutiny, with analysis of ice seizures publicized as recently as last month showing police are valuing Monday's haul at nearly four times the price they have used following earlier raids."

When pressed about how the seized drugs were valued, a police spokesman said the agency had used "a new 'upper range' method of calculating drug prices," the ABC's Lucy Carter reports.

Police also say that any value assigned to the drugs is now moot — because they won't be hitting the streets for resale.

The drug bust follows a police operation focusing on how illegal drugs travel from Asia to Australia. Working with a variety of Australian agencies as well as Chinese authorities, investigators uncovered the drugs at storage facilities in four different cities.

The suspects include three Hong Kong nationals and one China national. If convicted, they could face lifetime prison terms.

http://www.euronews.com/2016/02/15/australia-s-billion-dollar-drug-bust-liquid-meth-hidden-in-bras-art-supplies/

Australia’s billion-dollar drug bust: liquid meth hidden in bras, art supplies 15/02

Over one billion dollars worth of “ice” — as it’s known — was found hidden inside gel bra inserts and art supplies in a number of locations across Sydney.

Four Chinese nationals, three of whom hail from Hong Kong, were charged on suspicion of involvement in a drug syndicate.

Australian Federal Police said:
“The joint organised crime group operation began in December last year when the Australian Border Force examined a shipping container out of Hong Kong. That shipping container was found to contain gel bra inserts, and hidden inside those gel bra inserts was 190 litres of liquid methamphetamine.”

The ring allegedly imported 720 litres of meth into the state of New South Wales.

Last year, Australian authorities set up a national task force to tackle a crystal methamphetamine “epidemic” after finding around 2.1 percent of the population had sampled the drug in some form in 2014.



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A prolific artist, Austrian composer 
Wolfgang Mozart created a string of operas, concertos, symphonies and sonatas that profoundly shaped classical music. ...Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Mini Biography (TV-14; 3:05) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart learned the piano at the age of three....

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Synopsis

Born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a musician capable of playing multiple instruments who started playing in public at the age of 6. Over the years, Mozart aligned himself with a variety of European venues and patrons, composing hundreds of works that included sonatas, symphonies, masses, concertos and operas, marked by vivid emotion and sophisticated textures.

Early Life

Central Europe in the mid-18th century was going through a period of transition. The remnants of the Holy Roman Empire had divided into small semi-self-governing principalities. The result was competing rivalries between these municipalities for identity and recognition. Political leadership of small city-states like Salzburg, Vienna, and Prague was in the hands of the aristocracy and their wealth would commission artists and musicians to amuse, inspire, and entertain. The music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods was transitioning toward more full-bodied compositions with complex instrumentation. The small city-state of Salzburg would be the birthplace of one of the most talented and prodigious musical composers of all time.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s was the sole-surviving son of Leopold and Maria Pertl Mozart. Leopold was a successful composer, violinist, and assistant concert master at the Salzburg court. Wolfgang’s mother, Anna Maria Pertl, was born to a middle class family of local community leaders. His only sister was Maria Anna (nicknamed “Nannerl”). With their father’s encouragement and guidance, they both were introduced to music at an early age. Leopold started Nannerl on keyboard when she was seven, as three-year old Wolfgang looked on. Mimicking her playing, Wolfgang quickly began to show a strong understanding of chords, tonality, and tempo. Soon, he too was being tutored by his father.

Leopold was a devoted and task-oriented teacher to both his children. He made the lessons fun, but also insisted on a strong work ethic and perfection. Fortunately, both children excelled well in these areas. Recognizing their special talents, Leopold devoted much of his time to their education in music as well as other subjects. Wolfgang soon showed signs of excelling beyond his father’s teachings with an early composition at age five and demonstrating outstanding ability on the clarinet and the violin.

In 1762, Wolfgang’s father took Nannerl, now age eleven, and Wolfgang, age six to the court of Bavaria in Munich in what was to become the first of several European "tours." The siblings traveled to the courts of Paris, London, The Hague, and Zurich performing as child prodigies. Wolfgang met a number of accomplished musicians and became familiar with their works. Particularity important was his meeting with Johann Christian Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach's youngest son) in London who had a strong influence on Wolfgang. The trips were long and often arduous, traveling in primitive conditions and waiting for invitations and reimbursements from the nobility. Frequently, Wolfgang and other members of his family fell seriously ill and had to limit their performance schedule.

Budding Young Composer

In December, 1769, Wolfgang, then age 13, and his father departed from Salzburg for Italy, leaving his mother and sister at home. It seems that by this time Nannerl’s professional music career was over. She was nearing marriageable age and according to the custom of the time, she was no longer permitted to show her artistic talent in public. The Italian outing was longer than the others (1769-1771) as Leopold wanted to display his son’s abilities as a performer and composer to as many new audiences as possible. While in Rome, Wolfgang heard Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere performed once in the Sistine Chapel. He wrote out the entire score from memory, returning only to correct a few minor errors. During this time Wolfgang also wrote a new opera, Mitridate, re di Ponto for the court of Milan. Other commissions followed and in subsequent trips to Italy, Wolfgang wrote two other operas, Ascanio in Alba(1771) and Lucio Silla (1772).

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his father returned from their last stay in Italy in March, 1773. His father’s benefactor, Archbishop von Schrattenbach had died and was succeeded by Hieronymus von Colleredo. Upon their return, the new archbishop appointed young Mozart as assistant concertmaster with a small salary. During this time, young Mozart had the opportunity to work in several different musical genres composing symphonies, string quartets, sonatas and serenades and a few operas. He developed a passion for violin concertos producing what came to be the only five he wrote. In 1776, he turned his efforts toward piano concertos, culminating in the Piano Concerto Number 9 in E flat major in early 1777. Wolfgang had just turned 21.

Despite his success with the compositions, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was growing discontent with his position as assistant concert master and the confining environment of Salzburg. He was ambitious and believed he could do more somewhere else. Archbishop von Colloredo was becoming inpatient with the young genius’s complaining and immature attitude. In August 1777, Mozart set out on a trip to find more prosperous employment. The archbishop wouldn’t give Leopold permission to travel, so Anna Maria accompanied Wolfgang on his quest to the cities of Mannheim, Paris and Munich. There were several employment positions that initially proved promising, but all eventually fell through. He began to run out of funds and had to pawn several valuable personal items to pay traveling and living expenses. The lowest point of the trip was when his mother fell ill and died on July 3, 1778. After hearing the news of his wife’s death, Leopold negotiated a better post for his son as court organist in Salzburg and Wolfgang returned soon after.

Making it in Vienna

Back in Salzburg in 1779, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart produced a series of church works, including the Coronation Mass. He also composed another opera for Munich, Ideomeneo in 1781. In March of that year, Mozart was summoned to Vienna by Archbishop von Colloredo, who was attending the accession of Joseph II to the Austrian throne. The Archbishop’s cool reception toward Mozart offended him. He was treated as a mere servant, quartered with the help, and forbidden from performing before the Emperor for a fee equal to half his yearly salary in Salzburg. A quarrel ensued and Mozart offered to resign his post. The Archbishop refused at first, but then relented with an abrupt dismissal and physical removal from the Archbishop’s presence. Mozart decided to settle in Vienna as a freelance performer and composer and for a time lived with friends at the home of Fridolin Weber.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart quickly found work in Vienna, taking on pupils, writing music for publication, and playing in several concerts. He also began writing an opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio). In the summer of 1781, it was rumored that Mozart was contemplating marriage to Fridolin Weber’s daughter, Constanze. Knowing his father would disapprove of the marriage and the interruption in his career, young Mozart quickly wrote his father denying any idea of marriage. But by December, he was asking for his father’s blessings. While it’s known that Leopold disapproved, what is not known is the discussion between father and son as Leopold’s letters were said to be destroyed by Constanze. However, later correspondence from Wolfgang indicated that he and his father disagreed considerably on this matter. He was in love with Constanze and the marriage was being strongly encouraged by her mother, so in some sense, he felt committed. The couple was finally married on August 4, 1782. In the meantime, Leopold did finally consent to the marriage. Constanze and Wolfgang had six children, though only two survived infancy, Karl Thomas and Franz Xaver.

As 1782 turned to 1783, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart became enthralled with the work of Johannes Sebastian Bach and George Frederic Handel and this, in turn, resulted in several compositions in the Baroque style and influenced much of his later compositions, such as passages in Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute) and the finale of Symphony Number 41. During this time, Mozart met Joseph Haydn and the two composers became admiring friends. When Haydn visited Vienna, they sometimes performed impromptu concerts with string quartets. Between 1782 and 1785 Mozart wrote six quartets dedicated to Haydn.

European Fame

The opera Die Entführung enjoyed immediate and continuing success and bolstered Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s name and talent throughout Europe. With the substantial returns from concerts and publishing, he and Constanze enjoyed a lavish lifestyle. They lived in one of the more exclusive apartment buildings of Vienna, sent their son, Karl Thomas, to an expensive boarding school, kept servants, and maintained a busy social life. In 1783, Mozart and Constanze traveled Salzburg, to visit his father and sister. The visit was somewhat cool, as Leopold was still a reluctant father-in-law and Nannerl was a dutiful daughter. But the stay promoted Mozart to begin writing a mass in C Minor, of which only the first two sections, "Kyrie" and "Gloria," were completed. In 1784, Mozart became a Freemason, a fraternal order focused on charitable work, moral uprightness, and the development of fraternal friendship. Mozart was well regarded in the Freemason community, attending meetings and being involved in various functions. Freemasonry also became a strong influence in Mozart’s music.

From 1782 to 1785, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart divided his time between self-produced concerts as soloist, presenting three to four new piano concertos in each season. Theater space for rent in Vienna was sometimes hard to come by, so Mozart booked himself in unconventional venues such as large rooms in apartment buildings and ballrooms of expensive restaurants. The year 1784, proved the most prolific in Mozart’s performance life. During one five-week period, he appeared in 22 concerts, including five he produced and performed as the soloist. In a typical concert, he would play a selection of existing and improvisational pieces and his various piano concertos. Other times he would conduct performances of his symphonies. The concerts were very well attended as Mozart enjoyed a unique connection with his audiences who were, in the words of Mozart biographer Maynard Solomon, “given the opportunity of witnessing the transformation and perfection of a major musical genre.” During this time, Mozart also began to keep a catalog of his own music, perhaps indicating an awareness of his place in musical history.

By the mid-1780s, Wolfgang and Constanze Mozart’s extravagant lifestyle was beginning to take its toll. Despite his success as a pianist and composer, Mozart was falling into serious financial difficulties. Mozart associated himself with aristocratic Europeans and felt he should live like one. He figured that the best way to attain a more stable and lucrative income would be through court appointment. However, this wouldn’t be easy with the court’s musical preference bent toward Italian composers and the influence of Kapellmeister Antonio Salieri. Mozart’s relationship with Salieri has been the subject of speculation and legend. Letters written between Mozart and his father, Leopold, indicate that the two felt a rivalry for and mistrust of the Italian musicians in general and Salieri in particular. Decades after Mozart’s death, rumors spread that Salieri had poisoned him. This rumor was made famous in 20th century playwright Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus and in the 1984 film of the same name by director Milos Foreman. But in truth there is no basis for this speculation. Though both composers were often in contention for the same job and public attention, there is little evidence that their relationship was anything beyond a typical professional rivalry. Both admired each other’s work and at one point even collaborated on a cantata for voice and piano called Per la recuperate salute di Ophelia.

Toward the end of 1785, Mozart met the librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, a Venetian composer and poet and together they collaborated on the opera The Marriage of Figaro. It received a successful premier in Vienna in 1786 and was even more warmly received in Prague later that year. This triumph led to a second collaboration with Da Ponte on the opera Don Giovanni which premiered in 1787 to high acclaim in Prague. Noted for their musical complexity, the two operas are among Mozart’s most important works and are mainstays in operatic repertoire today. Both compositions feature the wicked nobleman, though Figaro is presented more in comedy and portrays strong social tension. Perhaps the central achievement of both operas lies in their ensembles with their close link between music and dramatic meaning.

Later Years

In December, 1787, Emperor Joseph II appointed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as his "chamber composer," a post that had opened up with the death of Gluck. The gesture was as much an honor bestowed on Mozart as it was incentive to keep the esteemed composer from leaving Vienna for greener pastures. It was a part-time appointment with low pay, but it required Mozart only to compose dances for the annual balls. The modest income was a welcome windfall for Mozart, who was struggling with debt, and provided him the freedom to explore more of his personal musical ambitions.

Toward the end of the 1780s, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s fortunes began to grow worse. He was performing less and his income shrank. Austria was at war and both the affluence of the nation and the ability of the aristocracy to support the arts had declined. By mid-1788, Mozart moved his family from central Vienna to the suburb of Alsergrund, for what would seem to be a way of reducing living costs. But in reality, his family expenses remained high and the new dwelling only provided more room. Mozart began to borrow money from friends, though he was almost always able to promptly repay when a commission or concert came his way. During this time he wrote his last three symphonies and the last of the three Da Ponte operas, Cosi Fan Tutte, which premiered in 1790. During this time, Mozart ventured long distances from Vienna to Leipzig, Berlin, and Frankfurt, and other German cities hoping to revive his once great success and the family’s financial situation, but did neither. The two-year period of 1788-1789 was a low point for Mozart, experiencing in his own words "black thoughts" and deep depression. Historians believe he may have had some form of bipolar disorder, which might explain the periods of hysteria coupled with spells of hectic creativity.

Between 1790 and 1791, now in his mid-thirties, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart went through a period of great music productivity and personal healing. Some of his most admired works -- the opera The Magic Flute, the final piano concerto in B-flat, the Clarinet Concerto in A major, and the unfinished Requiem to name a few -- were written during this time. Mozart was able to revive much of his public notoriety with repeated performances of his works. His financial situation began to improve as wealthy patrons in Hungary and Amsterdam pledged annuities in return for occasional compositions. From this turn of fortune, he was able to pay off many of his debts.

However, during this time both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s mental and physical health was deteriorating. In September, 1791, he was in Prague for the premier of the opera La Clemenza di Tito, which he was commissioned to produce for the coronation of Leopold II as King of Bohemia. Mozart recovered briefly to conduct the Prague premier of The Magic Flute, but fell deeper into illness in November and was confined to bed. Constanze and her sister Sophie came to his side to help nurse him back to health, but Mozart was mentally preoccupied with finishing Requiem, and their efforts were in vain.

Death and Legacy

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died on December 5, 1791 at age 35. The cause of death is uncertain, due to the limits of postmortem diagnosis. Officially, the record lists the cause as severe miliary fever, referring to a skin rash that looks like millet seeds. Since then, many hypotheses have circulated regarding Mozart's death. Some have attributed it to rheumatic fever, a disease he suffered from repeatedly throughout his life. It was reported that his funeral drew few mourners and he was buried in a common grave. Both actions were the Viennese custom at the time, for only aristocrats and nobility enjoyed public mourning and were allowed to be buried in marked graves. However, his memorial services and concerts in Vienna and Prague were well attended. After his death, Constanze sold many of his unpublished manuscripts to undoubtedly pay off the family’s large debts. She was able to obtain a pension from the emperor and organized several profitable memorial concerts in Mozart’s honor. From these efforts, Constanze was able to gain some financial security for herself and allowing her to send her children to private schools.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s death came at a young age, even for the time period. Yet his meteoric rise to fame and accomplishment at a very early age is reminiscent of more contemporary musical artists whose star had burned out way too soon. At the time of his death, Mozart was considered one of the greatest composers of all time. His music presented a bold expression, often times complex and dissonant, and required high technical mastery from the musicians who performed it. His works remained secure and popular throughout the 19th century, as biographies about him were written and his music enjoyed constant performances and renditions by other musicians. His work influenced many composers that followed -- most notably Beethoven. Along with his friend Joseph Haydn, Mozart conceived and perfected the grand forms of symphony, opera, string ensemble, and concerto that marked the classical period. In particular, his operas display an uncanny psychological insight, unique to music at the time, and continue to exert a particular fascination for musicians and music lovers today.



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Jerry Pippin Interviews Mr. X
- Mr. X, shown in the photo with Jerry on the left, was very leery and worried about someone finding out his true identity as he arrived for the interview. We made some small talk and immediately started rolling tape. Over the years, I have found this was the best way to get the story. Do it fast, clean and simple with point blank questions. What I heard was stunning. -
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Chemtrail Documentaries - Clouds of Death vs. Aerosol Crimes 
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Ironically, the important facts come from the orthodox medicine's own peer-reviewed research. With so much government and medical promotion of vaccination for prevention of disease, the video is clearly devoted to presenting the other side of the issue that parents and others are not being told. -
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- On the frontline on animal rights we have Ingrid Newkirk, founder and President of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). Just like Sheehan, she is a brilliant strategist, fearless and driven when comes to protecting and fighting cruel and unethical behavior towards animals. Despite, or rather thanks to, her controversial methods of exposing those cruelties, she gets a lot of Media attention. -
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An Evening with Lloyd Pie
Lecture on human origins and the Starchild Skull

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The Illuminati, the Jesuit CESNUR and the Communists (1/20/2007)

 

Paolo Fogagnolo "Salamina, Prometeus"

16.8.1985: Permission from Lamparter to found OTOA Lodges.

3.9.1986: Initiation into the Athens 'Chevaliers du Christ' Martinist Lodge, by Tr. Kotzamanis "Hieronymus". (Nothing to do with the 'Hieronymus' in FUDOESI, Émile Dantienne).

20.3.1989: Under the motto of 'Sar Voluntas Divina', Fogagnolo was nominated as a 'Supérieur Inconnu' in Sar Hieronymus's Athenian Martinist Lodge.

4.5.1989: Admission to the 'Chevaliers du Christ'/'Loge des Chevaliers Verts' Martinist Lodge in Brussels. The resultant Charter was adorned with an O.T.O. Lamen, and signed by Armand Toussaint "Raymond
Panagion".

6.5.1989: Ramirez Cifuentes from Colombia appointed Fogagnolo (now calling himself 'Ar-Thon') as the representative for, and Grand Master of, the OTOA in Italy. Two undated documents from Viola made Ramirez
IX° and agent of the OTOA.

After this, Ramirez Cifuentes made Fogagnolo the Italian Patriarch of the Krumm-Heller Church [of which Ramirez Cifuentes was only a Deacon].

4.11.1990: Fogagnolo became national Italian Grand Master of the 'Orient Universel des Rites Traditionnels' through Kotzamanis, who was now also functioning as the Greek branch of Memphis-Misraim -
from which Fogagnolo received on the same day, the 33°, 90°, 95°, and the higher 90°, 95° 96° [!] and the 33°.

Ramirez Cifuentes then furnished Fogagnolo with the three lowest F.R.A. degrees, and made him a bishop by post. Fogagnolo appointed Ramirez to the 90° and 95° on 21.3.90.

18.1.1991: Fogagnolo became a bishop in the Church of Antioch, through the laying-on of hands by the aforementioned 'Hieronymus'. In the spring of 1991 Lamparter back-dated a Charter to June 26th 1989, and
made Fogagnolo 33°, 90°, 96° (from which Lamparter got the MM 90° and 95° degrees for himself in autumn 1991!).


Introvigne and the Lodge of Thebes featuring Paolo Fogagnolo "The True Face of Secret Societies: Inquest into the Mysterious Group of Thebes"


One of the strangest episodes in the history of Jesuit runned CESNUR involved Massimo Introvigne as
co-founder of the secretive "Lodge of Thebes", a very small group of political and magical extremists who
for a short period tried to unite the quarrelsome world of French occultists. Introvigne, while indirectly confirming the episode, later made it clear that his intentions were purely scholarly. One is left wondering why a "scholar" would be allowed into secret meetings primarily aimed at strategic planning; at the same time, one wonders how far "participant observation" by scholars can be stretched.
The translation is quite rough, and the article also contains a few minor mistakes which we shall point out in a later edition, but it in the meantime it is a useful document.


by Serge Faubert
from L'Evenement du Jeudi (4 November 1993), pp. 44-52
Abridged translation by Jeffrey Bale, published in Hitlist, March-April 2001, pp. 96-97.


Paris, a weekend last May. The few masons present in the locale of the Grand Orient de France (GOF) barely
paid attention to the 30 or so people who hurried, early in the morning, toward one of the meeting rooms.
The faces passing through the hall were not familiar to them, but then one cannot know all of the "brothers". In any case, the small group had presented an official authorization form to the custodian bearing the signature of a high-ranking member of the obedience. So why worry about it?
However, there were some who were worried. None of the visitors belonged to the Grande Orient. They were
non-masons [des profanes]. And what a group of outsiders! Several old veterans of the extreme right, a former Red Brigadist, a respectable Italian university professor closely linked, at the same time, to the Vatican and to French [Catholic] integralists, a leader of a non-governmental organization and activist concerned with children, a Belgian intellectual close to the national-Bolsheviks (the "red-brown" Russians), a sympathizer of Holocaust denier Professor [Robert] Faurisson…And yet the members of the Grande Orient had had a narrow escape.

The leader of an extreme right national-Bolshevik organization, out of consideration for the group, had
not come. In contrast to the preceding year in which, during the course of a meeting also held in the Grande
Orient, he had made a brilliant presentation on…sexual magic.

Yes, this very mixed and select group occupied itself with magic as well. It was its very reason for existence. Its name? The Group of Thebes…[in this context Thebes is a reference to] the capital of the empire of the [ancient Egyptian] Pharaohs… who, to believers in the esoteric tradition, held the secrets of the universe…

A secret society besides, it is said. But the Group of Thebes is not a school of mystery like the others. The originality of this organization is that it gathers together the leaders of occultist groups or personages
recognized in the small world of the initiates. A college of chiefs of some sort, whose existence is even more secret than that of the societies they direct…

The linchpin of the group is Rémi Boyer…[An employee of a Swiss non-governmental organization in his thirties who was obsessed with occultism from an early age,] Boyer decided to work toward federating the
small world of esotericism… After holding a couple of meetings and attempting to organize a federation of esoteric grouplets, including New Age cults and chivalric orders, under the rubric Arc-en-ciel
[Rainbow], he changed his approach and tried to organize] "another type of structure which, this time, brought together individuals. He worked on this with one of his close associates, Jean-Pierre Giudicelli,
the second pillar of the Group of Thebes.

Giudicelli had authority in esoteric circles…He headed the French section of Myriam, a Luciferian obedience whose teachings made an appeal to the sexual impulses of its adepts…This Corsican was well over forty, a
sympthizer of the pro-independence FLNC [Front de Liberation National Corse], and also still a fascist: a former member of Ordre Nouveau, he took part in the neo-fascist group Troisieme Voie until the end the
1980s, and was conspicuous among the assistants [assesseurs] of the Front National in Nice after the legislative elections of 1986…[This is in contrast to the politics of Boyer, who is an active supporter of liberal human rights organizations. Boyer defended his collaboration with Giudicelli by insisting that] "that which brings us together is more important than that which divides us"… In short, magic is above politics.

[The three objectives of the Group of Thebes, as set down by Boyer and Giudicelli, were to] "preserve the
authentic traditional paths", "verify the effectiveness of initiatic techniques", [and] "intervene in the esoteric scene"
…it was a matter of warding off the fanatics of every shade and other disciples in search of gurus. The Group of Thebes wanted to be a club of serious people anchored in
tradition and orthodoxy. The Khmer Rouge of alchemy.

In order to work in peace, the most absolute secrecy had to be observed: "the group will not function according to the work modalities typical of the profane world (no declared statutes, no bank account
opened in its name, no direct interventions)…" During the process, a second structure was created: the Circle of Alexandria. An antechamber of the Group of Thebes, it was intended to welcome the pretenders and
the guests. However, "the Circle of Alexandria's associate members and guests were unaware of the name Group of Thebes."

On 3 June 1990, in Paris, the foundation meeting [of the Group of Thebes] was held. Fifteen or so participants attended this first conclave. Among them, a heavyweight: the Italian Massimo Introvigne. This
Turinese university professor is the author of a book on magical movements…and director of the Center for the Study of New Religions (CESNUR), an observation post presided over by the Archbishop of Foggia,
Monsignor [Giuseppe] Casale. In effect Introvigne is one of the principal leaders of Alleanza Cattolica, a traditionalist community which, while it has remained very close to the Vatican, has long maintained
friendly relations with Monsignor Lefebvre.

[Among the respectable participants] were Gerard Kloppel, international grand master of illuminati's Memphis Misraim lodge, a masonic obedience that claims 7000 members - 1000 in France - who arrived with his
wife. The Templars of Circe sent their number two man, Jean-Marie Vergerio. This would be his only appearance, since upon further reflection the Circe Templars preferred to pursue their path separately.
With one exception: the chancellor in Greece of the Templar obedience Triantaphyllos, Kotzamanis.

But alongside these honorable erudites or initiates, several less recommendable persons appeared. Like Georges Magne de Cressac - one of the loyalists of Giudicelli, the co-founder of the Group of Thebes -
who had participated in the organization of a Robert Faurrison meeting in Limoges on 10 September 1987. Or the Belgian Jean-Marie D'Asembourg. One turns up his name in the patronage committee of the Russian
politico-esoteric journal Milii Angel. Who is the editor and patron of this journal? Alexander Dugin, the number two man in the Russian National-Bolshevik Front.

However, these two rascals [lascars] are only retired pensioners on half pay [demi-soldes] compared to the most controversial figure of the Group of Thebes, Christian Bouchet. A former leader of the Comités
d'Action Republicaines - a satellite organization of the RPR - this Nantes native rejoined Alain de Benoist's GRECE at the beginning of the 1980s, then the extreme right group Troisième Voie, headed by
Jean-Gilles Malliarakis. A formation which, in spite of its small number of adherents, was always distinguished by its activism and by a discourse which was both anti-American and anti-Soviet. In July 1991,
the organization broke apart. Bouchet quit Troisième Voie and brought a group of militants along with him.

Several weeks later he founded Nouvelle Resistance (NR), a national-Bolshevik organization. His principal adversary: the United States, the incarnation of the capitalist system, which he accused of destroying the
identity of peoples. All those who resisted American power and industrial society could thus become potential allies. A profession of faith which has led NR, in addition to its ongoing campaigns against
Euro-Disney and McDonald's, to infiltrate [groups of] young ecologists (see Les Événements du Jeudi #428) and the Committee for Lifting the Embargo Against Iraq (see ibid #463). On the international level, the
organization is linked to the Russian National-Bolshevik Front - Bouchet has personally gone to Moscow several times - but also to a myriad of small European "red-brown" groups who have joined
together in the European Liberation Front.

How did Bouchet find himself integrated into the Group of Thebes? Quite simply, this history student is one  of the most knowledgeable experts on, and biographers of, Aleister Crowley, one of the Popes of esotericism.
It is to [Crowley] that he devoted his master's thesis, which has since been published. An exegete of Crowley, Bouchet is likewise his disciple. He is a member of the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), the
obedience founded by the English magician. A group which, by its own admission, has never exceeded fifteen members in France.

Giudicelli, Georges Magne de Cressac, Jean-Marie d'Asembourg, Christian Bouchet…[Perhaps someone will now become alarmed enough to protest.] Professor Massimo Introvigne, for example. But no, the
theologian isn't troubled. "One is aware of  encountering extremists in that milieu," he explains.
"Esotericism demands an absolute commitment, something which is rarely made by politically lukewarm people. Besides, you know," continues the scholar, "I am above all a researcher. For me the Group of Thebes is a
marvellous terrain for study." [As for Gerard Kloppel, he is] delighted to count "high-ranking policemen" among the leaders of Memphis Misraim. Certain sources inside the Group of Thebes likewise took account of
the presence of a DST [the French equivalent of the FBI] official among the leaders of Memphis Misraim. Without, however, being able to determine if he was or was not on an infiltration mission…

It is therefore not surprising that as the months passed other political fanatics joined the Group of Thebes. Thierry Roche, for example, president in 1988 of the Kemit association, a satellite of GRECE. Or
even PAOLO FOGNALO, a former member of the Milanese column of the Red Brigades. After he was incarcerated, the Sefira - the equivalent of the Virgin in the esoteric tradition - appeared before him. It's also
true that during this period the revolutionary was observing a prolonged hunger strike…Today the animator of Radio Popolare, the station of the Milanese branch of Rifondazione Comunista, Fogagnolo heads 
the Fraternita Rosa Croce Dorei ed Antica and its profane branch, the political-philosophical group Prometheus
with Ing.CELESTINO ANTONIO ZUCCOTTI, Sovrano Gran Ispett.Gen R:.S:.A:.A:: G:.Ierofante Mass.Egyptien
deMenphis e M.'. G:.Maest. della G:.L:.PREALPINA Rito.Simbolico.Its purposes: "…to sensitize the masses to the fact that revolutionary communism should be wedded to spiritual sacredness, like Christianity at its origins…to practice alchemy in its diverse aspects…to make a revolution." A vast program.

For its part, the Group of Thebes wishes to be more traditionalist. There one is above all in favor of magic. The "operating groups", i.e., the workshops, multiply. On the menu, "Incantations and Words of
Power", "Spiritual Hierarchies", "Angels and Demons", "Magic Wands", "The Dangers of Practical Magic"…Another satellite organization is created: the Centre International de Recherches et d'Etudes
Martinistes (CIREM), charged with diffusing those communications of the group that are accessible to the profane. Its journal, L'Esprit des Choses, nevertheless contains some surprises. In issue #4-5,
dated Spring 1993, one can find an article entitled "Pensées sur le Christ et le christianisme" which is written by Sri Chinmoy, a guru who flatters himself, among other things, for having written 843 poems in 24
hours, painted 140,000 pictures since birth, and composed 6000 musical pieces…

One also finds the extreme right leader [Bouchet, who appeared at a 1992 CESNUR conference in Paris] at the head of an internal commission called Tradition et Politis. Its object: to study the "different models of
society which have been proposed by initiatory societies since Antiquity." A workshop whose sessions must have been very animated, since the second coordinator of the group was 
none other than Paolo Fogagnolo, the former Red Brigadist.

Paris en Printemps

"At the end of the 1970's, a certain Bernard Fréon-Montenay created in Paris the Ordo Argenteum Astrum, the QBLH group, the Fraternité Hermetique du Dragon Lunaire, as well as an OTO Lodge. At first he
tried to get recognition out of the Caliphate OTO, and then had pretensions to a link with the OTO Antiqua [in 1983]. Later it seems that this group became the Ordre des Anges de l'Apocalypse.' [9]

To this William W. Webb, head of the QBL Alchemist Church, and his own Argenteum Astrum stated: "In regard Bernard Fréon. In 1980 he wrote me... then I did not hear from him until 1988... he had gone out of
his mind... (he was Nuts)." [10] In any case, Motta had named Fréon in his roll of dishonour. [11]

Fogagnolo in Italy kept up a relationship with the French Order-enthusiast and collector Christian Bouchet, a member of the French section of the 'Caliphate'. Bouchet had received an MM Charter from
Lamparter on June 24th 1991, which was apparently intended to "Fuck the Caliphate" in copyright matters. Consequently Bouchet now proclaimed the National French Grand Lodge of the Krumm-Hellerian O.T.O.,
disregarding the fact that his Charter from Lamparter was wholly inadequate for this purpose, as it conferred no O.T.O. titles.

As Lamparter had first got hold of the Memphis-Misraim degrees in the autumn of 1991, the MM degrees Bouchet provided him with were null and void. Bouchet also seems to have been mixed up in the murky world of
neo-fascism; on October 1st 1991 he was expelled from the far-right 'Troisième Voie' ['Third Way'] political movement by Jean-Gilles Malliarakis. [12] 
Afterwards nhe founded the 'Nouvelles Résistances' political organisation in Nantes. [13]

Bouchet's friend Remi Boyer (allegedly an adviser to the French Ministry of Justice) [14] founded a group
called the 'Cercle d'Alexandrie', which dedicated itself not [for once] to ritual practices, but to  theoretical studies, such as forming a collection. It is not entirely clear whether this organisation was identical with a so-called 'Thebe Group', although the same members appear in both.

Among the motley crew who made up this circle, there could be found not only 'serious' researchers, like Serge Caillet (of Memphis-Misraim) or Robert Amadou (priest in the Église Syrienne, and a frequent guest
of the weightier Freemasons in Zurich), but also such illustrious personages as the elixir of life merchant Jean-Pierre Giudicelli de Cressac Bachelerie (of Memphis-Misraim in Nice), [15] or Jean-Pascal Ruggiu (of the 'Golden Dawn' in Paris!), [16] and so forth.
At one stage, Boyer apparently tried to obtain an F.R.A. Charter.

In the autumn of 1991 Fogagnolo severed his links with the Frenchmen, since as a radical left-winger he found
these gentlemen to be "fascistoid". Fogagnolo's 'Agape-Prometeo' group was involved in the "revolutionary political fight for Spiritual communism." Even so the Buddhist Master Namkhai Norbu, who was recognised by the Dalai Lama, frequented Fogagnolo's group connected to Grand Master Celestino Antonio Zuccotti a personal friend of the Dalai Lama.

I visited Brother Celestino not so long ago because I use to like his critical view over Freemasonry and I still do but Grand Master Celestino his still too much into the western illuminati powerstructure to completely give up and become a true Master.

Leo Lyon Zagami





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An Evening with Lloyd Pie
Lecture on human origins and the Starchild Skull 


LECTURE BY LLOYD PIE


Lloyd Pie
Lloyd Pie

Category: The Sumerian Scriptures, the Hollow Earth, and Human Origins 
Published here: Monday, July 14, 2008, 03:56 AM
Last Updated: Friday, July 18, 2008 05:28 AM

http://www.illuminati-news.com/articles2/00239.html

LLOYD PIE is an author, researcher, and lecturer in the field of alternative knowledge. He calls on over 30 years of experience to write and speak about the origins of life, human origins, Hominoids (bigfoot, sasquatch, yeti, and others), and the work of Zechara Sitchin. This broad base of knowledge makes him one of the world's leading proponents of the Intervention Theory of origins, which stands in sharp contrast to Darwinism, Creationism, and Intelligent Design. His classic book about these subjects, Everything You Know Is Wrong -- Origins of Life and Humans, has been fully revised and updated as of July, 2007, and will be available from bookstores or directly fromwww.BellLapBooks.com. More information about Lloyd and his books can be found at www.LloydPye.com.

Lloyd is also the caretaker of the famous Starchild skull, and has written a new book about his eight years of struggle to get it scientifically tested to establish beyond dispute the precise genetic heritage of both of its parents. So far, extensive testing indicates that its mother was a normal human but its father was, in all probability, something other than entirely human. More information is available at www.StarchildProject.com. Lloyd Pye's new book titled The Starchild Skull -- Genetic Enigma or Human-Alien Hybrid? will be available in July, 2007, in bookstores or directly from www.BellLapBooks.com.

In Full

Born in 1946, Lloyd Pye is a native of Amite, Louisiana. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans, graduating in 1968 with a B.S. in Psychology. After graduation, he joined the U.S. Army to become a Military Intelligence (M.I.) agent. (Yes, he knows it's an oxymoron.)

For 20 years Lloyd wrote fiction and scripts while studying aspects of alternative knowledge. Especially intrigued by Hominoids—bigfoot, sasquatch, abominable snowman, yeti—he felt they were the Earth’s only indigenous bipedal primates, leaving fossilized skeletons anthropologists labeled “pre” humans rather than “advanced” Miocene apes. Lloyd felt nothing about them was human, “pre” or otherwise. From Australopithecines through Neanderthals, they were upright walking primates, with physiological traits of primates and none of humans.

Starchild skull (left) and human skull (right)
Starchild skull (left) and human skull (right)

Lloyd realized that if Hominoids were real, their ancestors were being passed off as “pre” humans and modern humans could not have evolved on Earth. But he had no idea where we DID come from or how we got here. Then, in 1990, he discovered the work of Zecharia Sitchin and found a “front end” to the research he’d been doing. He realized his own work provided a plausible “back end” to Mr. Sitchin’s controversial theories. He believed he could fuse the two bodies of work to produce a book that would establish a middle ground in evolutionary theory.

Mostly by word of mouth, “Everything You Know Is Wrong—Book One: Human Origins” has sold nearly 40,000 copies. On TV, Lloyd has been featured on The Learning Channel ("Mystery of the Skulls"); Animal Planet ("Animal X"); EXTRA (best UFO segment of the 1990’s); London’s "Richard and Judy Show" (British equivalent of Oprah Winfrey); four times on "Your Turn" with Kathy Fountain on Fox TV's Ch. 13 in Tampa, Florida; "Naturally N’Awlins" with Frank Davis on WWL-TV (CBS) in New Orleans; and WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi (also CBS). He has given over 200 lectures in the U.S. and around the world (Brazil, Egypt, Netherlands, England, Australia).

Lloyd is an articulate, consistently engaging guest on television, and on radio shows like Coast to Coast and Jeff Rense. From the beginning of this part of his career, his verbal skills combined with a natural gift for platform presentations to vault him from obscurity in late 1997 to being well-established in alternative knowledge circles by late 1998. That reputation brought him to the attention of a Texas couple that had recently acquired a normal human skull and one that looked as if it could fit inside the head of a prototype “Grey” alien. The couple asked Lloyd to take the unusual skull and have it scientifically evaluated.

Thinking he knew something about science and scientists, Lloyd estimated the testing could be completed in six months. And it might have been. However, he soon learned that scientists protect their paradigms with every bit of the ferocity displayed by religious zealots when supporting “divine” causes. It’s been over EIGHT YEARS since the Starchild skull was made public, yet final results of its testing cannot be initiated until 2009 or 2010. For those interested in what it’s taken to get to that point, please visit www.starchildproject.com and find two slide shows available as Flash downloads. Both give vivid photographic evidence to support the assumption that the Starchild may well have been a human-alien hybrid.

Click here to watch the lecture by Lloyd Pie: GoogleVideo [02:08:15]


Comment: I don't agree with every single statement Mr. Pie makes, but he does make excellent points and proves that mankind did not evolve from the apes or any other known species on Earth, but appeared suddenly and from 'out of nowhere'. He also has a strong case for that homo sapiens were engineered by an alien species. Wes Penre
 
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Wes Penre is a researcher, journalist, the owner of the domains Illuminati Newsand Zionist Watch and is the publisher of the same.
He has been researching Globalization and the New World Order and exposed the big players behind the scenes for more than a decade now.
He has published his research on the Internet at the above domains, which are currently updated to keep people informed what is going on.
You can also find his articles linked up, discussed and republished all over the Internet.

In addition, he has done spiritual research to present a solution to the problems of this world.
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Australia Drug Busts

$525 MILLION DRUG BUST

AP | Posted 08.01.2012 | World

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SYDNEY -- Australian police have seized 558 kilograms (1,230 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine and heroin with a street value of up to 500 million Au...

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Australia Drug Bust Seizes $525 Million Of Heroin And Methamphetamine (PHOTOS)

 07/31/2012 02:39 pm ET | Updated Aug 01, 2012

SYDNEY -- Australian police have seized 558 kilograms (1,230 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine and heroin with a street value of up to 500 million Australian dollars ($525 million) smuggled into the country in a shipment of terracotta pots.

Australian Federal Police say four Hong Kong nationals and three Australians were arrested in Sydney on Monday. Each faces a potential life sentence if convicted on drug charges.

Police said Tuesday that the 306 kilograms (675 pounds) of crystal meth – or ice – is the largest seizure of the drug in Australia. The 252 kilograms (556 pounds) of heroin is the third-largest haul of its kind.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration alerted Australian authorities to the plot last August. Police will not say where the drugs came from.

$30 Million Worth Of Drugs Hidden In Shipment Of Raisins

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SYDNEY -- Australian police have arrested a Sydney man after finding 30 million Australian dollars ($30 million) worth of drugs in a shipment of raisi...

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$5 Million Worth Of Hydroponic Weed And A Toddler Seized In Australia In "Operation Yalamba"

 06/20/2008 - Updated May 25, 2011

Police have seized more than $3.5 million worth of cannabis in raids on another five homes in Sydney's west.

Seven people have been arrested after raids on homes at Oxley Park, St Mary's and Colyton uncovered more than 1500 cannabis plants as well as hydroponic equipment.

An 18-month-old boy inside one of the Oxley Park properties has been removed from his parent, who were among those arrested.

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Australia: Drug Bust Worth $30 Million Hidden In Shipment Of Raisins

 11/29/2011 01:01 pm ET | Updated Jan 29, 2012

SYDNEY -- Australian police have arrested a Sydney man after finding 30 million Australian dollars ($30 million) worth of drugs in a shipment of raisins from Afghanistan. Australian Federal Police said Tuesday they have charged the man with importing a commercial quantity of drugs. Officials did not release the man's name. Police say they seized 476 pounds (216 kilograms) of heroin and pseudoephedrine hidden in boxes of raisins shipped from Afghanistan earlier this month. Pseudoephedrine is used to make methamphetamine. bThe man charged in connection with the drug bust is expected to appear in court later Tuesday. He faces up to life in prison and a AU$825,000 fine if convicted.

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Lost Tapes Reveal Apollo Astronauts Heard Unexplained ‘Music’ On Far Side Of The Moon

"If you’re behind the moon and hear some weird noise on your radio, and you know you’re blocked from the Earth, then what could you possibly think?"

 02/20/2016 12:52 pm ET

  • Lee SpeigelReporter, The Huffington Post

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Earth and the far side of the moon, where the Apollo astronauts encountered the strange music-like radio transmissions.

The crew of an Apollo mission to the moon were so startled when they encountered strange music-like radio transmissions coming through their headsets, they didn't know whether or not to report it to NASA, it's been revealed.

It was 1969, two months before Apollo 11's historic first manned landing on the moon, when Apollo 10 entered lunar orbit, which included traversing the far side of the moon when all spacecraft are out of radio contact with Earth for about an hour and nobody on Earth can see or hear them.

As far as the public knew, everything about the mission went smoothly.

Almost four decades went by before lost recordings emerged that revealed something unsettling that the three Apollo astronauts had experienced while flying above the far side of the moon.

The taped recordings contained "strange, otherworldly music coming through the Apollo module's radio," according to the upcoming Science Channel series, "NASA's Unexplained Files."

The conversation between the three astronauts indicated they heard sounds like they had never heard before:

"It sounds like, you know, outer space-type music."

"You hear that? That whistling sound? Whooooooooo!"

"Well, that sure is weird music!"

The unexplained "music" transmission lasted almost an hour, and just before the astronauts regained radio contact with Earth, they discussed whether or not to tell Mission Control what they had experienced:

"It's unbelievable! You know?"

"Shall we tell them about it?"

"I don't know. We ought to think about it."

"The Apollo 10 crew was very used to the kind of noise that they should be hearing. Logic tells me that if there was something recorded on there, then there was something there," Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden says on the Science Channel program. "NASA would withhold information from the public if they thought it was in the public's best interest."

The transcripts of the Apollo 10 mission were classified and untouched in NASA's archives until 2008, producing an ongoing debate as to the nature and origin of the strange sounds heard by the astronauts.

"You don't hear about anything like that until years after the incident occurs, and then you kind of wonder, because it's such an old memory of those things that you get concerned about if they were making something up or was there something really there? Because you never really know," Worden told The Huffington Post.

"If you're behind the moon and hear some weird noise on your radio, and you know you're blocked from the Earth, then what could you possibly think?" Worden said.

"We'd had a lot of incidents where guys who flew in space saw and heard things that they didn't recognize, and you wonder about all of that. I have a very open mind about what could've happened. It's somebody's hearsay evidence -- it's only a visual or audio event, which is hard to pin down. Recollection is one thing, but actual proof is something entirely different."

Watch this entire incident unfold on Science Channel's "NASA's Unexplained Files." A sneak preview of the the third season premieres Sunday, Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. and the regular season returns Feb. 23. Check your local listings.

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