Gertrude Stein

Gertrude Stein was a jewish agent used to help creating the program Modernism in the art scene in Paris and to push the gay-transgender agenda. She was educated at Radcliffe College (like feminist Mary White Ovington) and a student at Harvard of William James (Theosophical Society, Society for Psychical Research). Her fellow students were Walter Lippmann, WEB Du Bois (The New School, NAACP), Felix Frankfurter (American Civil Liberties Union), Horace Kallen and Max Eastman (ACCF)

She was also educated at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (like Harvey Cushing and Adolf Meyer) and mentored by George Santayana, close friend of Bertrand Russell's brother (S&B family). Her brother was Leo Stein.

She moved to Vienna Austria, later to California. In Baltimore she had a relationship with Etta Cone. At Harvard she participated in automatism experiments of psychologist William James, who coined the term 'stream of consciousness' (trademark of Virginia Woolf and James Joyce). Her poems were analyzed by BF Skinner. Her friend Mary Bookstaver pushed the birth control agenda with Margaret Sanger. With her brother she moved to London.

In 1903 she moved to Paris to promote the modernist art scene of Pablo Picasso (Paul Rosenberg as patron), Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Cézanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Francis Picabia, Henri Matisse, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Archibald MacLeish (S&B), Ambroise Vollard, Bernard Berenson  in Montmartre and Montparnasse (associated with the cult of Dionysus, Bohemian culture, in alliance with a similar project in Greenwich Village). Her friend Paul Bowles was in contact with MI6 agent Christopher Isherwood (publisher of Virginia Woolf).

Her sister Sarah Stein was indoctrinated with Christian Science.

She visited Mabel Dodge (also gay-lesbian agenda) and Edwin Dodge in a Medici villa in Florence, with her Polish jewish girlfriend Alice B. Zoklas.

Picasso painted a portrait of her in 1906.

From 1912 Mabel Dodge played a role in the modernist art scene in Greenwich Village NY and worked with Margaret Sanger, Walter Lippmann, Max Eastman, Bill Haywood (Socialist Party of America), John Reed (Communist Labour Party) and Emma Goldman (supported by Sidney Hook).

She was in contact with George Gurdjieff (lesbian writers group The Rope) and published in Little Review of Gurdjieff's student Jane Heap.

In 1933 she published The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas.

She was promoted by art critic Henry McBride who also promoted Matisse, Kandinsky, O'Keefe,..

In 1934 she returned to the US. She met with Eleanor Roosevelt and Charlie Chaplin.

During WW2 she was a friend of Bernard Fay, who was part of the Vichy regime and had ties to the Gestapo. She promoted fascist Francisco Franco.

Her friend Malcolm Cowley (Viking Press) was a  friend of John Dos Passos (CIA front ACCF), Edmund Wilson (Fabian Society magazine New Statesman, friend of Harold Laski, married to Mary McCarthy of the ACCF) and the teacher of Ken Kesey (LSD research of MK Ultra). Cowley was active in the Greenwich Village scene. He also taught Larry McMurtry, who wrote Terms of Endearment (also made into a film with Jack Nicholson) and the screenplay of Brokeback Mountain (gay agenda, Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal).

Her friend Virgil Thomson was a student of Nadia Boulanger like Quincy Jones and a resident of Chelsea Hotel in NY.

Her friend James Laughlin was educated at Le Rosey and published Ezra Pound, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Henry Miller, Vladimir Nabokov and Denise Levertov of RESIST.

BF Skinner helped founding the Center for Inquiry and worked for Esalen.

The Cone sisters donated their collection to the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Modern art was created as a Sabbataen ritual of redemption through sin/destruction (the Abyss of Revelation 911).

In 2011 Kathy Bates played Stein in Midnight in Paris of Woody Allen with Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Adrien Brody as Salvador Dali, Carla Bruni (Nicolas Sarkozy), Michael Sheen, Tom Hiddleston, Rachel McAdams, Léa Seydoux,..

She is one of the figures in the Rainbow Honor Walk in San Francisco.

born 2/3/1874, date Kenneth Anger, d John Cassavetes, Barry Diller, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

died 7/27/1947, year of death Crowley.

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