Karma? Cannibal karma?
In Kerth Barker’s book, Cannibalism, Blood-Drinking & High-Adept Satanism, he speaks only of those who are in the elite crowd (such as Rockefeller, Rothschild, banking and professional business people), in Europe and the USA, after the mid 20th Century. Kerth’s books contain interesting stories but should be avoided by the squeamish. The family karma bit comes in when we consider what happened when a young adventurer – Michael Clark Rockefeller – ran into a tribe of New Guinea headhunters, the primitive cannibals of yore.
Move forward 70 years. Now we have another interesting piece of the story – the mysterious malady of Hillary Clinton, which very closely resembles the disease the Papua of New Guinea (who had not been cannibals prior to the entrance of white adventurers at the beginning of the 20th Century). Upon closer investigation, kuru has a long, distinguished history (called CJD or Creutzfeld-Jacob Disease) among European “elite”. It may account for those thought of as “eccentric” or “mad” royalty.
Cannibalism is showing up all over these days… on social media, in videos, etc. But it doesn’t sound like a very good idea, given “mad cow disease”, kuru and CJD, Michael C. Rockefeller and Hillary R. Clinton – and perhaps others in our modern world who seemingly suddenly lose their mental faculties and physical balance. Interesting times we live in.
As part of the celebration of its 50th Anniversary Season, the Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center at the State University of New York at Fredonia presented a free lecture with noted author and journalist Carl Hoffman entitled “Mystery Solved: The Disappearance of Michael C. Rockefeller” on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. in Marvel Theatre…