Marshall McLuhan

Marshall McLuhan was a Roman Catholic, jesuit controlled Canadian media actor, used in in the media industry to introduce concepts like the Global Village as an expert on communication theory (the Toronto School of communication theory with Harold Innis) to push the transhumanist agenda (mind control through machines). He was educated at Cambridge and taught courses on Shakespeare at St Louis University of the jesuits. The character Brian O'Blivion in David Cronenberg's Videodrome with Debbie Harry and James Woods was based on McLuhan.

He was influenced by occultist and Roman Catholic GK Chesterton, related to AK Chesterton (member of Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists) and a friend of Bertrand Russell, Clarence Darrow and Fabians HG Wells and GB Shaw.

He worked for Toronto University with Edmund Carpenter (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), funded by Ford Foundation and Fordham University of the jesuits in NY. The Ford Foundation (Henry Ford, John McCloy) also funded Saul Bellow (NY Intellectuals), James Baldwin (gay agenda), Robert Lowell and jesuit Margaret Mead (Tavistock, Macy conferences on cybernetics).

He also worked with IBM and AT&T.

He published the Mechanical Bride: The Folklore of Industrial Man in 1951 (era of Black Dahlia media ritual, Project Bluebird, Artichoke and MK Ultra with Scottish-Canadian psychiatrist Ewen Cameron) about the merging of sex and technology in advertisement. The title refers to a work of French artist Marcel Duchamp (avant garde, anti-art). It was published by Vanguard Press (Saul Bellow of NY Intellectuals, Pierre Bouille's Planet of the Apes, Ernest Hemingway, GB Shaw, Oscar Wilde).

John Cage (partner of Merce Cunningham) made multimedia works based on the philosophy of McLuhan.

In 1962 he published The Gutenberg Galaxy.

War and Peace in the Global Village discussed Finnegan's Wake of James Joyce.

He was influenced by the transhumanist concepts of jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, and worked with his friend, jesuit Walter J. Ong.

He invented the phrase 'Tune in, drop out' used by jesuit trained CIA agent Timothy Leary at the Human Be-In in San Francisco, as start of the counterculture of the 60's. He also invented the phrase 'the medium is the message' (mm=33) and the terms 'cool medium' and 'hot medium'.

The fake protests of Abbie Hoffman at the Democratic National Party, were based on McLuhan's concept of the Global Village.

He appeared in Woody Allen's Annie Hall (1977) with Diane Keaton, Christopher Walken, Shelley Duvall and Truman Capote as Capote lookalike in park (movie becoming real theme). Allen published in The Realist of Paul Krassner (Merry Pranksters, associated with MK Ultra).

In 1983 Videodrome of Canadian director David Cronenberg was released with Debbie Harry as Nicki Brand (lady in red=Meghan Markle in Deal or No Deal, red shoes Wizard of Oz programming), James Woods, Sonja Smits, Leslie Carlson and Jack Creley as Brian O. Blivion based on McLuhan (tv as mind control device).

Astrological chart

born 7/21/1911, date of suppression of the jesuits, Robin Williams, Josh Hartnett, Damian Marley, d Paul Krassner.

Dom: Cancer (the Chariot), Taurus, Gemini - Sun, Mars, Uranus.

died 12/31/1980, date of Donald Trump Jr, Anthony Hopkins, Ben Kingsley, Diane von Furstenberg, Val Kilmer, d Marshall McLuhan, London eye, Corona 2019.

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