Aldous Huxley

Aldous Huxley was an MI6 agent and writer of the Huxley family, a family of masons, who promoted Darwinism in the Science Church through their X-Club and founded the League of Nations/United Nations with the Cecils, who also trained Aleister Crowley. The drug experiments of Crowley and Huxley became the blueprint of the hedonistic rock icons of the CIA controlled hippie counterculture in the 60's. Aldous= Althus Spoke Zarathustra of Friedrich Nietzsche, used in 2001 AS0 of Stanley Kubrick, also born 7/26. AH like Adolf Hitler.

Thomas Huxley was called Darwin's bulldog (Neptune: evolutionary destiny, drug addiction, spirituality). He was the teacher of HG Wells (Fabian Society, Wellington House).

Aldous was a son of Thomas's son Leonard Huxley and Julia Arnold. Julia knew Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, from childhood. His brother was biologist Julian Huxley.

Leonard Huxley married his 2nd wife Rosalind Bruce. Their child Andrew Fielding Huxley was born 11/22/1917 (the date Aldous would die) and became a biophysicist at Cambridge and president of the Royal Society. He was awarded with the Nobel Prize of Physiology or Medicine for his research on neuroscience. Angela Huxley, the daughter of their half-brother David Bruce, married George Darwin, son of Charles Galton Darwin, grandson of Charles Darwin.

He taught French at Eton College to Eric Blair (George Orwell, writer of dystopian novel 1984). He had a relationship with Nancy Cudard, a friend of Crowley, Tristan Zara, Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, jesuit James Joyce and Man Ray.

He met with Aleister Crowley in Berlin, was part of the circle of Alfred Adler, Arnold Krumm-Heller (OTO) and Gerald Hamilton, during the rise of Antichrist Adolf Hitler (AH).

He contributed to Europäische Revue of Karl Anton Rohan and Lily Schnitzler with Hans Blüher (Wandervogel), Thomas Mann, Winston Churchill, Julius Evola and Carl Jung (aimed at European unification, sponsored by IG Farben).

He published A Brave New World in 1932, a novel that announced the totalitarian regime and dystopian society of the Covid19-ritual. The phrase A Brave New World is a phrase from Shakespeare's The Tempest, in which Prospero (John Dee, agent of the Cecils), creates a masked ball, a play within a play.

He wrote for Vanity Fair and Vogue of jesuit Condé Nast.

He was a member of the Bloomsbury Group of Virginia Woolf, economist John Keynes, EM Forster, Ottoline Morel (played by Tilda Swinton in Derek Jarman's Wittgenstein), Desmond MacCarthy (New Statesman of the Fabian Society), DH Lawrence, TS Elliot, Bertrand Russell and Richard Sendhouse (publisher of George Orwell).

He was a member of the Peace Pledge Union with Bertrand Russell, CEM Joad, Gerald Heard, George Lansbury (grandfather of Angela Lansbury), Storm Jameson (introduction to The Diary of Anne Frank), Donald Soper (LSE). The PPU was launched through a publicity stunt in The Guardian.

In 1932 he became a member of the Progressive League of Fabian HG Wells with Bertrand Russell, CEM Joad, Cecil agent Cyril Burt (Tavistock), Barbara Wooton (British Sociological Association), Kingsley Martin (The New Statesman of Fabian Society).

Like George Bernard Shaw (Fabian Society) and Waldorf Astor, he was influenced by Matthias Alexander (Alexander Technique, focus on spine, symbol of Jupiter/Osiris, JFK had back problems).

In 1937 he moved to Hollywood. He was a friend of Jiddu Krishnamurti of the Theosophical Society of Helena Blavatsky and Gerald Heard, the mentor of Henry Luce (Order of Malta, promoted MK Ultra magic mushroom research of Gordon Wasson in Time Magazine in the 50's and participated in the JFK ritual with publishing the Zapruder film) and Bill Wilson (Alcoholics Anonymous with Dorothy Brando, mother of Marlon Brando, also on Sgt Peppers).

Krishnamurti was the adopted son of Annie Besant. After her death Huxley, Krishnamurt and Beatrice Wood founded the Besant Hill School of Happy Valley. Beatrice Wood was part of the modernist art scene with Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roché and the inspiration for Rose DeWitt in James Cameron's Titanic, played by Kate Winslet.

Heard was also a member of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR with Cecil puppets Arthur Balfour, Henri Bergson), worked for the BBC and published the Realist with writings of the brothers Huxley, HG Wells (MI6), Arnold Bennett (HOGD with Crowley).

He met with Igor Stravinsky, who also had moved to Hollywood and worked with WH Auden, a friend of Crowley, Stephen Spender and Allen Ginsberg.

He met with Mabel Dodge in Taos New Mexico, who also participated in mescaline research.

Huxley wrote the screenplay of MGM movie Madame Curie, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, who produced MGM's Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland (Theosophist Frank Baum). His friend Anita Loos published in HaperBazaar of Hearst and wrote Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (character Dorothy=Wizard of Oz mind control, made into movie with Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell).

He met with Laurel Canyon resident Moyna Macgill and her daughter Angela Lansbury (The Manchurian Candidate).

He contributed to Horizon magazine of Stephen Spender.

In 1940 he moved to the village Llano in the Mojave Desert to improve his eyesight, using the Bates method. He wrote the book the Art of Seeing in 1942 (24 nr of Jupiter, Sagittarius Art, the year Jack Parsons became head of the OTO, known for the Babalon Workings in the Mojave desert). He worked for the Vedanta Society of South California with Christopher Isherwood, related to John Smythies and friend of James Gruber (Mattachine Society of pedophilia advocate Harry Hay).

In 1945 he was ordered by Walt Disney to write a script for Alice in Wonderland.

He worked for The Brain Trust of BBC Radio with Bertrand Russell, Julian Huxley, CEM Joad, Violet Bonham Carter (friend of Winston Churchill), Marghanita Laski (niece of Fabian Harold Laski),..

Julian Huxley was a roommate of Corliss Lamont, who was a son of banker Thomas Lamount (CFR, Federal Reserve), taught at the leftist New School of the Colonna's and supported the regime of jesuit Fidel Castro. Julian Huxley founded the WWF (the Green Church) with Knight of Malta Bernard Lippe and was president of the British Eugenics Society. He coined the term transhumanism and ethnic group (instead of race).

Huxley was a friend of Ron Hubbard and helped him develop the technique of auditing (mind control through machines), used in Church of Scientology.

In 1953 he took mescaline and corresponded with Humpfrey Osmond (Osiris Jupiter: teacher, born 7/1 like Diana), who coined the term psychedelics. He conducted drug and insuline shock therapy research in Weyburn Canada, helped by CIA agent Alfred Hubbard (year of Project MK Ultra).

In 1955 he visited CIA agent Andrija Puharich and his Round Table Foundation in Maine.

He was given LSD by Michael Hollingshead.

In 1961 he participated in Timothy Leary's How to Change Behavior program at the International Congress of Applied Psychology in Kopenhagen Denmark with Frank Barron and Henry Murray, who treated Ted Kaczinsky (manifesto contained references to Huxley).

In the early 60's he gave lectures at MIT and at the CIA controlled Esalen Institute (Human Potential movement).

He died on 11/22/1963, the day of the JFK ritual, day of death CS Lewis (Chronicles of Narnia, friend of JRR Tolkien), after an injection of LSD (a suggestion of Gordon Wasson's wife Valentina Wasson=ego death in Valentinian gnosticsm), supplied by Sydney Cohen (Columbia University).

In 1967 he was put on the cover of The Beatles Sgt Pepper's album cover with Aleister Crowley, Carl Jung, Marilyn Monroe, Albert Einstein, Marlon Brando, HG Wells, Bob Dylan,..

CIA band The Doors with Jim Morrison was named after Huxley's The Doors of Perception and the quote of William Blake.

His wife Laura Archera also had ties to the United Nations and appeared in LSD documentary 'Hofmann's Potion: the Early Years of LSD' with Albert Hofmann, Humpfrey Osmond, Richard Alpert (Harvard research with jesuit Timothy Leary) and Stanislav Grof (CIA Esalen Institute).

He was interviewed by Mike Wallace (Zeta Beta Tau) for 60 Minutes on CBS.

His son Andrew Huxley promoted universal health care (WHO Covid19-scam) worked for the National Institute for Mental Health and the Smithsonian Institution.

Terence McKenna played the role of ' Timothy Leary of the 90's', with the Doors of Perception as new bible.

Astrological chart

born 7/26/1894, date Sandra Bullock, Stanley Kubrick (masque ball of The Tempest in Eyes Wide Shut), Carl Jung, Leone Vitale, Mick Jagger, Kate Beckingsale, Jason Robards, MJ Kopechne, Kevin Spacey, Helen Mirren (Prospero/Dee in The Tempest), Alice in Wonderland movie.

Asc: Gemini, mc: Aquarius. Dom: Gemini (the Lovers), Cancer Leo - Jupiter (like Timothy Leary), Venus, Uranus.

Houses 1, 11, 3. 1: Venus in Cancer, 11: Mars in Aries, Moon in Taurus, 3: Sun in Leo. 2: Mercury in Cancer, 5: Saturn in Libra (opp Mars in Aries), 6: Uranus in Scorpio, 9: Lilith in Aquarius.

died 11/22/1963, day of the JFK ritual (the Neptune -stage illusion, evolutionary destiny, drug addiction, spirituality in Scorpio, sex, death, dark secrets), death CS Lewis, Andrew Huxley, Terry Gilliam, Scarlett Johansson, death Mae West (Sgt Peppers cover), Charles de Gaulle, Jamie Lee Curtis.


1921 Crome Yellow
1923 Antic Hay (Myra Viveash, based on Nacy Curard, friend of Crowley)
1925 Those Barren Leaves
1928 Point Counter Point
1932 A Brave New World (United Nations totalitarian world state) Bernard Marx (communism Karl Marx) John (often quotes from The Tempest, Darwin, Bonaparte, Henry Ford, Sigmund Freud, Ivan Pavlov, William Shakespeare) women treated with male hormones (transgender agenda) published by Chatto & Windus (published HG Wells)
1934 Beyond the Mexique Bay (Crowley was made 33d degree mason in Mexico)
1936 Eyeless in Giza
1937 Ends and Means
1939 After Many a Summer
1940 Pride and Prejudice (screenplay) Greer Garson Laurence Olivier Maureen O'Sullivan (Jane in Tarzan with Johnny Weismuller also on Sgt Peppers, mother of Mia Farrow) 7/26 (46th birthday)
1941 Grey Eminence: A Study in Religion and Politics
1943 Jane Eyre John Houseman (The Blue Dahlia) Orson Welles (War of the Worlds of HG Wells Fabian Society and League of Nations like Julian Huxley) Elizabeth Taylor Mary Forbes collaboration with Robert Stevenson (Disney movies The Love Bug=Beatle, Bedknobs and Broomsticks with Angela Lansbury who predicted the JFK ritual in The Manchurian Candidate)
1944 Time Must Have a Stop
1945 The Perennial Philosophy (HarperCollins Hearst)
1948 Ape and Essence
1948 A Woman's Vengeance Jessica Alice Tandy (Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, Driving Miss Daisy with Morgan Freeman)
1952 The Devils of Loudon religious fanaticism mass hysteria
1954 The Doors of Perception
1955 The Genius and the Goddess
1956 Heaven and Hell
1962 Island (island of The Tempest, Scorpio island of the dead, Isle of Wonders in London Olympics) HarperCollins of Hearst.

Huxley in pop culture

1968 Point Counter Point BBC mini series
1971 The Devils Ken Russell Vanessa Redgrave Oliver Reed
1980 Brave New World Keir Dullea (Dave Bowman in Stanley Kubrick's 2001 A Space Odyssey)
1998 Brave New World Peter Gallagher (American Beauty) jesuit Leonard Nimoy (Gene Rodenberry's Star Trek)

Esalen Institute

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