Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall (Betty Joan Perske) was a jewish Monarch mind controlled actrice, used in the Hollywood film industry, to play the archetype of Diana-Catherine Middleton (Femme Fatale in Film Noire movie trend) and to announce her wedding with Antichrist William V. She was married to Humpfrey Bogart and Jason Robards (Hollywood High School). She was used to pose for Harper's Bazaar of Hearst, to promote the American Red Cross (=Rose Cross). She posed for a famous picture with Harry Truman in 1945.

Her mother was named Weinstein, her father was related to jesuit Shimon Peres, president of Israel. She took acting lessons with Kirk Douglas as classmate and worked as usher in the St James Theatre on Broadway NY (used in movie Birdman with Naomi Watts).

Her husband Humpfrey Bogart played in John Huston's The Maltese Falcon with Mary Astor (Theosophical Society). He attended Philips Academy, elite school of George HW Bush, George W Bush and JFK Jr. His 3d wife Maya Methot was a descendant of US president Zachary Taylor.

They raised their son Stephen Humpfrey in Holmby Hills, were friends of Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. Her daughter Leslie Bogart married yoga teacher Eric Schiffmann, who made a yoga video with Ali MacGraw (Harper's Bazaar, wife of Robert Evans, producer of Rosemary's Baby and Steve McQueen, friend of Sharon Tate).

After Humpfrey Bogart died in 1957, she moved to the Dakota, where Roman Polanski would film Rosemary Baby. Like Mia Farrow, she had a relationship with Knight of Malta Frank Sinatra.

She was present at the Truman Capote masque ball of 1966, close to the Dakota, with Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Candice Bergen wearing a rabbit mask (Alice in Wonderland programming), Andy Warhol, Ladybird Johnson, Harry Belafonte, Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, Gloria Vanderbilt, Prince Stanislas and Princess Lee Radziwill (sister Jackie Kennedy), Philip Johnson, Brooke Astor, Babe Paley (sister married to William Astor),... The masque ball was based on Shakespeare's The Tempest.

She campaigned for Robert Kennedy (shot 6 days before release of Rosemary's Baby).

Barbara Goldsmith (Hearst, Harper's Bazaar) wrote Bacall and the Boys, a tv special with Yves Saint Laurent and Giorgio Armani.

Jason Robards played in Hurricane with Mia Farrow and Magnolia with Tom Cruise, Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman (who also died in 2014). He also played Ben Bradlee of the Washington Post of Katharine Graham, to who the Truman Capote ball was dedicated.

Her son with Jason Robards, Sam Robards played Freddy in Tempest (1982, based on The Tempest, with John Cassavetes of Rosemary's Baby and Susan Sarandon), gay character Jim in American Beauty (1999 with Kevin Spacey and Anette Benning) and Henry Swinton in Steven Spielberg's A.I. (2001).

He married Suzie Amis, who played in Where the Heart Is with Uma Thurman, Christopher Plummer and Crispin Glover, The Usual Suspects with Kevin Spacey and Pete Postlethwaite and Titanic with Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet. She later married James Cameron (like Marjorie Cameron).

Astrological chart

born 9/16/1924, date Amy Poehler, Nick Jonas, Mickey Rourke, Jennifer Tilly.

Asc: Cancer, mc: Aries. Dom: Aries (the Emperor), Virgo, Cancer - Moon, Mercury, Jupiter.

Houses 3, 10, 8. 3: Sun and Mercury in Virgo, 10: Moon in Aries, 8: Mars in Aquarius. 2: Neptune in Leo, 4: Saturn in Scorpio (opp Moon in Aries), 5: Jupiter in Sagittarius, 9: Uranus in Pisces.

died 8/12/2014, date of wedding Crowley, George Soros, François Hollande, Helena Blavatsky, Casey Affleck, Wiliam Breeze (OTO), Ian Fleming, Phoenix ritual at London Olympics, day after the death of Robin Williams (Studio 54 scene with Truman Capote and Andy Warhol) as The Hanged Man (Christ, William V).

Filmography

1944 To Have and Have Not Marie "Slim" Browning Humpfrey Bogart Howard Hawks novel of Ernest Hemingway Warner Bros
1945 Confidential Agent Rose Cullen Charles Boyer based on novel of Graham Greene (gay agenda)
1946 Two Guys from Milwaukee Herself (cameo) Dennis Morgan as prince Henry
1946 The Big Sleep (film noir) Vivian Sternwood Rutledge Humpfrey Bogart as Philip Marlowe Elisha Cook Jr (Rosemary's Baby) Dorothy Malone novel of Raymond Chandler, who also wrote The Blue Dahlia, predictive programming for the Black Dahlia media ritual (year of Jack Parsons' Babalon Workings) screenplay by Leigh Brackett (Mañana Society of Robert Heinlein)
1947 Dark Passage Irene Jansen Agnes Moorehead (Citizen Kane of Orson Welles) Douglas Kennedy Golden Gate Bridge
1948 Key Largo Nora Temple John Huston Humpfrey Bogart Edward G Robinson Lionel Barrymore (great-uncle of Drew Barrymore) Claire Trevor
1950 Young Man with a Horn Amy North Kirk Douglas Doris Day (mother of Laurel Canyon producer Terry Melcher, who lived at the house of Sharon Tate)
1950 Bright Leaf Gary Cooper Patricia Neil
1953 How to Marry a Millionaire (mm=33) Schatze Page Marilyn Monroe Betty Grable William Powell (William V, husband of Jean Harlow) Alexander D'Arcy Cameron Mitchell (like Marjorie Cameron) 20th Century Fox
1954 Woman's World (WW=33) Elizabeth Burns Van Heflin
1955 The Cobweb Meg Charles Boyer
1955 Blood Alley Anita Ekberg produced by John Wayne (John Birch Society)
1956 Written on the Wind Rock Hudson Dorothy Malone screenplay by George Zuckerman (worked for Cosmopolitan of Hearst)
1957 Designing Woman Gregory Peck (Antichrist movie The Omen) Dolores Gray music by André Previn, husband of Mia Farrow
1958 The Gift of Love Robert Stack
1959 North West Frontier Catherine Wyatt (=Catherine Middleton) Rank Organisation
1963 The Dupont (Colonna) Show of the Week
1964 Shock Treatment (electro-shocks and insuline shock therapy used in mind control) Stuart Whitman Roddy McDowell produced by Aaron Rosenberg 7/22 date prince George
1964 Sex and the Single Girl as Sylvia Broderick Tony Curtis (The New School) Natalie Wood Henry Fonda Leslie Parrish (fake protests with Abbie Hoffman) Mel Ferrer (husband of Audrey Hepburn)
1966 Harper (child Horus/Harpo) Elaine Sampson (like Wallis Simpson) Paul Newman Shelley Winters (The New School) Janet Leigh Julie Harris (Actors Studio)
1974 Murder on the Orient Express Mrs. Harriet Belinda Hubbard (like Ron Hubbard) Sean Connery Anthony Perkins Ingrid Bergman Vanessa Redgrave Jean-Pierre Cassel Sidney Lumet based on novel of Agatha Christie screenplay by Paul Dehn (CIA)
1976 The Shootist last film of John Wayne (JBS) Richard Boone John Carradine (OTO, father of David Carradine who died as the Hanged Man) Ron Howard James Stewart Scatman Crothers (OFOTCN, The Shining)
1978 Perfect Gentleman Ruth Gordon (Rosemary's Baby)
1979 The Rockford Files produced by Meta Rosenberg Pat Renella (OTO movie Moonchild)
1980 HealtH Robert Altman (under supervision of Alan Ladd Jr) Carol Burnett as Gloria Burbank
1981 The Fan James Garner Michael Biehn Dwight Schultz (Murdoch in the A-Team)
1988 Appointment with Death Carrie Fisher Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot Piper Laurie novel of Agatha Christie screenplay by Anthony Schaffer (The Wickerman, married to ex-wife of Sean Connery) temple of Jerusalem
1988 Mr. North Amelia Cranston Danny Huston Anjelica Houston (house of Jack Nicholson where Roman Polanski raped a girl in bath) Mary Stuart Masterson Tammy Grimes (wife of Christopher Plummer) Virginia Madsen David Warner Harry Dean Stanton Robert Mitchum produced by John Huston
1988 John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick Herself Documentary film
1989 Tree of Hands
1989 Dinner at Eight Charles Durning
1990 Misery James Caan Kathy Bates
1991 A Star for Two Anthony Quinn
1991 All I Want for Christmas (the Hanged Man) Thora Birch (American Beauty) Leslie Nielsen

1993 The Portrait Gregory Peck (The Omen) Cecilia Peck
1993 A Foreign Field Alec Guiness Leo McKern (The Omen) Geraldine Chaplin (daughter of Charlie Chaplin) Jeanne Moreau
1994 Ready to Wear (Prêt-à-Porter) Robert Altman Julia Roberts Marcello Mastroianni Sophia Loren Kim Basinger Stephen Rea Tim Robbins Tracy Ullman Jean Rochefort Danny Aiello Jean-Pierre Cassel Forest Whitaker Björk Sam Robards
1995 From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs Basil Frankweiler ABC Disney
1996 The Mirror Has Two Faces (moon: mirrror, mirror alters in mind control) Hannah Morgan Jeff Bridges Barbara Streisand as Rose Pierce Brosnan (James Bond) Elle Macpherson (Harper's Bazaar) as Candice (like Candice Bergen) Milla Jovovich
1996 My Fellow Americans Jack Lemmon James Garner Dan Akroyd Michael Pena
1997 Day and Night Sonia French title: Le Jour et la Nuit Alain Delon jesuit Bernard-Henri Lévy (friend of André Malraux CCF)
1998 Chicago Hope Barbara Hershey
1999 Too Rich: the Life of Doris Duke (friend of Jackie Kennedy) Liam Cunningham
1999 Get Bruce Herself Documentary film Whoopi Goldberg Michael Douglas Roseane Robin Williams Raquel Welch Ali MacGraw jesuit Bill Clinton
1999 Madeline: Lost in Paris Madame Lacroque (voice) Animated film Jason Alexander Christopher Plummer
1999 Diamonds Sin-Dee Jenny McCarthy (Playboy, married to Donnie Wahlberg) Kirk Douglas Dan Aykroyd James Russo as Damian
1999 The Venice Project Countess Camilla Volta Dennis Hopper Linus Roache (played RFK, father of Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins) Stockard Channing Parker Posey Steve Martin Cheech Marin
1999 Presence of Mind Mado Remei
2000 A Conversation with Gregory Peck Herself Documentary film jesuit Bill Clinton jesuit Jacques Chirac Martin Scorcese
2003 Dogville Ma Ginger Paul Bettany Nicole Kidman (Alice in Eyes Wide Shut) as Grace Stewart (played Grace Kelly, Stuart= Holy Grail bloodline in the Scottish Rite) Ben Gazzara Harriett Anderson (Ingmar Bergman) Stellan Skarsgard James Caan jesuit Patricia Clarkson Philip Baker Hall John Hurt Lars von Trier (nine chapters, Revelation 911)
2003 Gone Dark May Markham (mm=33) Pete Postlethwaite
2004 Howl's Moving Castle Witch of the Waste (=Wicked Witch of the West in Wizard of Oz) Animated film Christian Bale (masque ball in The Dark Knight Rises) Jena Malone Emily Mortimer Jean Simmons
2004 Birth Eleanor (near Central Park like Dakota) Nicole Kidman (short hair like Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby, husband Sean like John Lennon) Jonathan Glazer Danny Huston Cameron Bright Peter Stormare Ted Levine incest bath scene like The Shining


2004 Amália Traïda TV Announcer Short film
2005 Manderlay Mam Bryce Dallas Howard Willem Dafoe Danny Glover John Hurt Jeremy Davies
2006 The Sopranos
2006 These Foolish Things Dame Lydia Anjelica Huston Terence Stamp (Swinging London) Zoe Tapper as Diana
2007 The Walker Natalie Van Miter Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver) Woody Harrelson Kristin Scott Thomas Willem Dafoe Moritz Bleibtreu Ned Beatty
2008 Empire State Building Murders Ben Gazzara Kirk Douglas Mickey Rooney
2008 Eve Grandma Short film Natalie Porman Ben Gazzara music by Sufjan Stevens (The New School)
2008 Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King The Grand Witch (voice) Animated film Wayne Knight Jay Leno
2010 Wide Blue Yonder Brian Cox
2012 Ernest & Celestine The Grey One (voice) Animated film Lambert Wilson Paul Giamatti (S&B, The Truman Show)
2012 The Forger Anne-Marie Cole Josh Hutcherson Alfred Molina
2014 Family Guy

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