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  • CCC
    *** ALL TREASURE TALES USA ***Just as an aside a website- http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2009/01/24/khazar-empire-illuminati-and-new-world-order- with an
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 2, 2011
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      *** ALL TREASURE TALES USA ***
      Just as an aside a website- http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2009/01/24/khazar-empire-illuminati-and-new-world-order- with an article on the Illuminati had the following in its footnotes:
       
      (1)William Henry Harrison–poisoned on April 4, 1841, according to Mardi Gras secrets he was killed and conspired against by the Confederate Army. Albert Pike and Caleb Cushing co-conspired in the arsenic poisoning of William Henry Harrison on that fateful day.
       
      (2)Nine years later, after the murdering of William Henry Harrison, who served the shortest term in office, only 31 days, Zachary Taylor was poisoned the same way, died on July 9, 1850, by arsenic poisoning, by the Confederates, Albert Pike and Caleb Cushing.
       
      That only seemed interesting to me in that Jesse James was alleged to have used an arsenic cocktail to silence John Wilkes Booth in Enid Oklahoma. ALSO I ran across http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5836144 that states that Boston Corbett, and you know who that is, died in Enid, Oklahoma
       
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      From: CCC
      Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 1:41 PM
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      More Jesse James & KGC
      Brian Redman
      Sun, 7 Mar 1999 20:56:00 -0500
       
       -Caveat Lector-
       
                    Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 11  Num. 37
                   =======================================
                           ("Quid coniuratio est?")
       

      --------------------------------------------------------------------
       
      JESSE JAMES WAS ONE OF HIS NAMES -- III
      =======================================
       
      The question arises:  If Jesse  James got $5 million from Emperor
      Maximilian, then why did he bother to  rob  trains?   Supposedly,
      the  answer  is  that  James  was  working  for  the  Confederate
      underground, adding to their treasury.
       
      The  question  lingers:   Who  is "HH?"  The anonymous author (CN
      11.32) tells of the  mysterious  "88"  and  "88, Jr.," with those
      numbers said to signify the eighth letter of the  alphabet,  "H."
      The  anonymous author claims that a Felix Monroe Hughes raped and
      impregnated an  illegitimate  daughter  of  Abraham Lincoln.  The
      child therefrom was named "88."  Shedding possible light  on  the
      mystery, one CN reader states:
       
        Felix Monroe Hughes... the father of 88.
        88 is HH is of course Howard Hughes...
        Howard Robard Hughes, Sr. 1869-1924
        Howard Robard Hughes, Jr. 1905-1976
       
      In  his book (*Jesse James Was One Of His Names* by Del Schrader,
      with Jesse James III.   Arcadia,  California:  Santa Anita Press,
      1975.  Library  of  Congress  Catalog  Card  Number:   74-33962),
      Schrader  claims that Jesse James took the $5 million (see above)
      and parlayed it into  a  huge fortune, partly through investments
      in the Texas oil boom.  Schrader adds that "with capital to burn,
      Jesse was a backer of the Hughes Tool Company, which was  founded
      by Howard Hughes' father."
       
      But the anonymous author has indicated that, no, "HH" (88) is not
      "Howard  Hughes."   So who is "88?"  Is it Herbert Hoover?  Is it
      Hannibal Hamlin? The anonymous author won't say.
       
      As noted in  the  previous  issue  (CN  11.36),  the  Confederate
      government  went  underground  in  1865, and was headquartered in
      Nashville until about  1884.   The  South's  spy network was very
      good.  How did the Confederacy stave off defeat during  "The  War
      of  Northern Aggression," four long years, 1861-1865?  The answer
      in part, says  Schrader,  is  that  the  South  had  a better spy
      network.  And that spy network did not just go away in 1865.
       
      Feeling  in  the  South  still  simmered  and  boiled against the
      "damnyankees" after  1865.   When  those  "damnyankees" increased
      their war upon the indian nations  of  the  American  West,  many
      southerners  strongly  sympathized  with  the  indians.  To Jesse
      James,  "Sitting  Bull,  Chief  Joseph,  and  other  chiefs  were
      Confederate allies..."   (Schrader)  The  underground Confederacy
      began smuggling guns to the indians.  Furthermore, says Schrader,
      military training was provided.  The  indians  "were  trained  to
      fight  like  Morgan's Raiders and Quantrill's Missouri guerrillas
      -- to split up  on  command,  hit  with force and devastation and
      then fade away before the enemy could recover." (ibid.)
       
      Jesse James eventually rose to the  position  of  "chief  of  the
      Inner  Sanctum of The Knights of the Golden Circle."  He was "one
      of the most  powerful  men  in  America.   The  Golden Circle had
      industrial as well  as  military  spies  on  both  sides  of  the
      Atlantic." (ibid.)
       
      Unfortunately  for our tale, The Knights of the Golden Circle are
      linked to the infamous Ku  Klux Klan, an organization responsible
      for many hateful acts over the years.  Schrader does consistently
      point out  that  James  himself  was  not  a  racist.   In  fact,
      according  to  Schrader,  some  of  James'  gang  were themselves
      blacks, including  chief  James  lieutenant  John  Trammell, "the
      black cobra."
       
      Reportedly  belonging  to   a  lesser-ranked  Confederate  secret
      society, The Knights of the  White  Camellias,  was  John  Wilkes
      Booth.   Booth  worked  for  Confederate  Intelligence, smuggling
      messages and contraband between  North  and  South.  In the final
      year of the Civil War, Booth reported that "a  representative  of
      the  European Rothschilds called on President Lincoln and offered
      him money at 27.5  percent  interest,  but  was thrown out of his
      office."  (qtd.  in  Schrader)  After  Booth  shot  Lincoln,  the
      Knights of the Golden Circle began to suspect that Booth had been
      recruited  into  the Rothschild organization.  Booth had not been
      ordered by the South to kill  Lincoln,  so on whose orders had he
      acted?  However, whatever the circumstances, Booth knew too  many
      secrets  and  had  to  be  smuggled  to  safety.  The Confederate
      underground eventually moved him to  the Free State of Van Zandt,
      Texas. (Schrader)
       
      But Booth slowly developed a  drinking  problem  and  his  tongue
      began  to  wag.   Schrader  notes  that Booth, by about 1890, had
      hired a lawyer "to write a book about his secret life and how and
      why he  shot  President  Lincoln."   (This  book  may  have been,
      *Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth* by Finis L. Bates.  See
      CN 3.91) It was decided, according to Schrader, that Booth had to
      be found and  silenced.   He  was  eventually  tracked  to  Enid,
      Oklahoma.   One  of Booth's assassins, reportedly, was William S.
      (Wild Bill) Lincoln, a distant cousin of Abraham Lincoln.
       
      According to a sworn statement by "Wild Bill" Lincoln:
       
        Our branch of the  Lincoln  family was never satisfied with
        what really happened to Booth, and I spent  fourteen  years
        of  my life running down the true story.  Strangely enough,
        I learned it from Jesse  W.  James, head of the Confederate
        underground.  I was present at Booth's real  death.   (qtd.
        in Schrader)
       
      Jesse  James and "Wild Bill" Lincoln allegedly crept into Booth's
      room at the Grand  Avenue  Hotel  in Enid, Oklahoma, then tricked
      the hungover Booth into drinking arsenic-laced  lemonade.   Booth
      is  said  to  have  died  in  their  presence.  Although commonly
      reported that Booth's corpse  was  mummified  by direction of his
      lawyer, Finis Bates, Schrader claims it was the  massive  arsenic
      in   Booth's   system  which  caused  the  mummification.   James
      reportedly arranged for  Booth's  body  to  be exhibited on tour,
      throughout the United States.   According  to  Schrader,  Booth's
      mummified  remains  eventually  passed  into  the  ownership of a
      Minnesota jeweler  named  Jay  Gould,  relative  of the notorious
      banker. Today, the whereabouts of the Booth mummy are unknown.
       
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    • Dan Hughes
      William Henry Harrison was killed by his own doctors, who used primitive medicine to inadvertently do him in. The August 1841 edition of the Boston Medical
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        William Henry Harrison was killed by his own doctors, who used primitive medicine to inadvertently do him in. 

        "The August 1841 edition of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, published just a few months after Harrison’s death, suggests that it was the medical treatment that Harrison received, and not any virus or bacteria, which caused his demise.

        According to its account, following Harrison’s inauguration on March 4, 1841, he was well until about mid-March, when he was reported “mildly fatigued and under the weather,” but still carrying on a normal schedule.

        In other words, the popular notion that Harrison came down with pneumonia immediately upon completing his snow-driven inaugural ceremonies and extended inaugural address was simply not true.

        It was not until March 27, more than three weeks after the inauguration, that Harrison “took a violent chill,” for which one of his physicians, a Dr. Miller, prescribed “mustard to the stomach, heat to the extremities, warm drinks and a mild laxative.”

        According to the account, the next morning Harrison felt worse. Dr. Miller “bled the president from a vein in the arm, then, seeing that caused his pulse to weaken, stopped that and resorted to cupping. He gave a pill every two hours.” (Cupping is a method of causing local irritations. An inverted cup is held over a lighted candle. When the cup is hot, it is applied to the patient’s skin. As the cup cools, the skin of the patient is sucked up into the cup.)

        Next, Dr. Miller administered “a blister over the side with 20 gtts. of calomel and 11 gtts. of laudanum,” which caused Harrison “to pass into a deep sleep.”

        Dr. Miller then called in still another physician, Dr. May, for consultation. The two administered “two more pills, another blister, calomel, ipecac and rhubarb.” They reported the treatment “debilitated the president.”

        They followed with “opium, camphor, weak brandy toddy, wine whey, more pills and an infusion of serpentaria and seneca.” (Serpentaria is the root of the Virginia snake weed, and seneca is a crude petroleum used by the Seneca Indians as a linament.)

        On the fourth day of treatment, April 1, the physicians administered “more calomel, ipecac and rhubarb with light opiates, occasionally medicine discontinued and stimulants given.” When the medicines brought on “sinking spells” they gave Harrison brandy. His blistered side was rubbed with “Mucurial ointment.”

        Miraculously, Harrison held out under the barrage for three more days before dying on April 4. The physicians declared the cause of death: “Pneumonia was used as a general term. It was in fact one of our ordinary winter fevers of low grade in which pneumonic inflammation, hepatic congestion and gastro-intestinal irritation were the prominent traits.” The report concluded that Harrison was “so worn out, nothing could save him.”


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