King-Kill/33º — Symbolism, Psychological Warfare and Revelations in the John F. Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy
A study of the Deep State's immolation of a Catholic president in masonic sacred space
Estimated reading time: 50 minutes
Author’s Note: Portions of this study were published on pp. 137-204 of this writer’s book, Twilight Language. Copyright ©2021. All Rights Reserved.
Welcome to the Brave New World initiated in Dealey Plaza, in the darkness just past noon, on November 22, 1963.
I was a child when the 35th President of the United States was shot to death. His murder not only changed my life forever, it propelled me on a lifelong quest “on the trail of the assassins,” to borrow New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s term. Meeting JFK assassination researcher Jim Brandon in 1974, and through him Charles Saunders and James Shelby Downard a few years later, immeasurably deepened my outlook on the assassination. Subsequent sleuthing led to a meeting with actor Woody Harrleson, whose father Charles may have been one of the three assassins of the president.
In 1976 I collaborated with Mr. Downard on King-Kill/33, a manuscript devoted to the neglected psychological and occult dimensions of the immolation in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. In 1987 excerpts from that text were published in the first edition of Adam Parfrey’s legendary anthology, Apocalypse Culture, which J.G. Ballard, author of Empire of the Sun described as “an extraordinary collection unlike anything I have ever encountered—a remarkable compilation of powerfully disturbing statements. These are the terminal documents of the twentieth century.”
In 2001 my book Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare was published. Its sequel, Twilight Language, appeared in 2021.
This year we welcomed the publication of Stalking the Great Whore: The Lost Writings of James Shelby Downard, easily the best and most reliable compilation of his work extant (I reviewed Stalking at this link).
PART I: TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES
“I think that there were some CIA extremists, fans of ‘executive action,’ including...James Jesus Angleton, that orchid-growing Anubis of spookitude, who...may even have known in advance that he (President Kennedy) was probably going to die down south.”
— Nicholson Baker, “Dallas Killers Club,” The Baffler, July 2014
Americans have never recovered from the post-traumatic stress brought on by the public slaughter of our President in Dallas — the two major symptoms of which are feeling numb and being afflicted with amnesia. Even in an alternative online magazine like Salon, in a long November 2013 article on the JFK assassination, the author did not recall the findings of the U.S. Senate’s Church Committee or the investigations and prosecution initiated by New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison.
What little we do remember about the conspiracy to kill our President leaves us feeling impotent. Thousands of seductive delights and web sites compete for our gaze. The colossal modern machine that has our daily lives ensconced in personal comfort and submerged 24/7 in Internet-TV-movies-video-games-stadium sportsand those cathedrals of consumerism called shopping malls, allow us little time for deep reflection, but plenty of attention deficit. The machine grinds on. The rat race beckons. The noise accelerates. Tempus fugit.
The Cryptocracy knows this and factors it into its planning for spectacular crimes, from King-Kill/33 to Sandy Hook/13. They know there will be some investigation, some doubt about the official story and a few heroes who will step forth to risk their lives to pursue the perpetrators. The Cryptocracy counts on the apathy and amnesia which their ritual crimes hypnotically induce in the population to blunt the effects of what little opposition their unholy enterprise may encounter.
The Bible tells us that Yahweh commands us to “Be still and know that I am God.” Without quiet, without that stillness, we can’t know the Lord or His truth as He wants it revealed for the empowerment of His people. We were not destined to be shackled to Satan on the road to the robot-reign of dead matter in a drone-ruled police state. As sons and daughters of Jesus Christ we ought to strive for something higher and better, for ourselves and our posterity.
The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Times Herald and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspapers all photographed three drifters under police escort near the Texas School Book Depository shortly after the assassination. (“The railroad yards are across the street from the [Texas School Book] Depository and up behind the grassy knoll and picket fence.” — James DiEugenio, Reclaiming Parkland.
These photographs were transmitted nationwide. The men who were pictured in them became known in the public mind as the “three hobos” or the “three tramps.” To this day these pictures are among the most enduring, iconic images of the assassination. Conspiracy sleuths have focused on attempting to discover the identity of the three men and have missed the masonic symbolism of the image itself. It was James Shelby Downard who first linked the photo of the three men in Dallas to the masonic legend of the “Juwes,” the “Three Unworthy Craftsmen.”
According to media and police accounts, three men were “taken off a boxcar in the Dallas rail yard immediately after President Kennedy was shot,” described as drifters, detained as suspects and then released a few days later. Dallas police claimed (falsely) to have lost the records of their arrests as well as their mugshots and fingerprints. “What a coincidence” that of all the suspects in Dallas on November 22 in addition to Oswald, these three were the only ones to get caught in the police dragnet and make a splash in the media. Why was a photograph of three hobos made so prominent?