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Englishman Eric Blair (aka: George Orwell) was
born in India in 1903, where his father was employed in
the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Service (the
Opium Department being a whole other can of worms).

As a young man Blair entered the Eaton college
preparatory boarding school in England where his French
teacher was none other than Aldous Huxley.
Blair and Huxley became friends and
shared a common love of literature.

Orwell and Huxley read Henry Ford’s re-prints
of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion
and Ford's articles that were printed in his
Dearborn Independent newspaper and formulated
two separate, albeit similar, novels hat are both
considered classics. Those being "1984" by
George Orwell and "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.

Both novels describe a bleak futuristic world that would
exist if the Protocols of Zion were successfully executed to fruition.

Blair and Huxley weren’t genius predictors of the future,
they simply read the Protocols of Zion and made some very
accurate conclusions.

“Within the next generation I believe that the world’s
leaders will discover that infant conditioning and narco-
hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of
government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for
power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting
people into loving their servitude as by flogging them
and kicking them into obedience.” ...Aldous Huxley

Aldous Huxley replaced the words God, and the
Lord, with Henry Ford in his futuristic novel
"Brave New World." The story is basically
based on people’s lives who are directly or
indirectly involved with the activities of the Central
London Hatchery and Conditioning Center (where
identical human beings are artificially conceived,
incubated and indoctrinated into their roles in society).

The "Brave New World" story takes place in the Seventh
Century A.F. (after Ford), the novel opening in the year
632 A.F. (2540 A.D. in the Gregorian Calendar) where
people make the sign of the “T” (for Model-T) instead of
the sign of the cross.
Huxley narrates the activities in the lives of central
characters such as Bernard Marx and Lenina Crowne,
with other characters sprinkled throughout the novel with
names such as Reuben Rabinovitch, Polly Trotsky,
Morgana Rothschild and Sarojina Engels.

So we have the actual original Russian Jewish
Communists and the Rothschilds Jewish Banksters represented
by characters named Bernard Marx, Lenina Crowne, Polly Trotsky,
and Sarojini Engels all worshipping the deity named Ford.
Other characters include Benito Hoover (incorporating Italian
leader Benito Mussolini and President Herbert Hoover),
Mustapha Mond (incorporating Mustapha Kemal
Ataturk, the founder of Turkey after WWI, and Sir Alfred
Mond, the English industrialist and founder of the
Imperial Chemical Industries conglomerate), and Darwin
Bonaparte (incorporating naturalist Charles Darwin and
Napoleon I). Oh, how clever of

The novel's title, BRAVE NEW WORLD, is derived from Miranda's

speech in William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Act V, Scene I:


"O wonder! How many godly creatures are there here!

How beauteous mankind is!

O brave new world, That has such people in't."

Aldous Huxley
  Aldous Huxley moved to L.A. and became a pioneer LSD guru in the
1950s. He wrote a book titled "The Doors of Perception"
that was about his LSD adventures. The 1960s L.A. rock
band, The Doors, took their band name from Huxley’s book title.
 Huxley died of laryngeal cancer on
November 22nd, 1963 in Los Angeles. On that day he made
a written request to his wife that she inject him with
massive doses of LSD. She did so at 11:45 am and again
at 3 pm. Huxley died at 5:20 pm. His death was
overshadowed by the assassination of President Kennedy
that happened on the same day near the time of Huxley’s
first LSD injection.

Click on this text to watch an Aldous Huxley television interview with Mike Wallace -1958...