Richard Donner

Richard Donner (Richard Donald Schwartzberg) was a jewish mind controlled Hollywood movie director, used to announce Antichrist William V and the 911 ritual. The House of Schwarzenberg is an elite family who took over the Holy Roman Empire (the Beast in the Book of Revelation) from the Habsburgs. The baby of Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski (Antichrist movie Rosemary's Baby, ritual with Antichrist Charles Manson) was called Richard. Several members of The Omen cast survived a car crash. The girlfriend of special effects artist John Richardson was beheaded on the set of A Bridge Too Far (announced in decapitation scene, John the Baptist symbolism). Mia Farrow played in the remake of The Omen. Silicon Valley corporation HP made Omen laptops with Saturnian black cube symbolism.

He married Lauren Diane Schuler, born 6/23/1949 like Paul Tate, father of Sharon Tate, and Michael Middleton, the father of Catherine Middleton.


She was previously married to Mark Rosenberg.

Astrological chart

born 4/24/1930, date Barbara Streisand, Shirley MacLaine, 13 days after Anton LaVey.

Dom: Taurus, Pisces, Capricorn - Venus, Saturn, Pluto.

Sun, Venus conj Mercury in Taurus, Saturn in Capricorn.

died 7/5/2021.

Filmography

1960 The Dupont Show with June Alyson
1961 X-15 James Stewart Charles Bronson (Charles, year of birth Diana)
1963 The Twilight Zone CBS
1968 Salt and Pepper Sammy Davis Jr (LaVey's Church of Satan)
1970 Lola Charles Bronson Susan George
1976 The Omen (Apollo god of omens) Gregory Peck as Robert Thorn (=Robert Kennedy who died on 6/6, priest Robert Kennedy Runcie at wedding of Diana and Charles) Lee Remick as Katherine (Catherine Middleton) Harvey  Spencer (=Harry Spencer) Stephens Billie Whitelaw David Warner  Harvey Bernhard Brian Seitzer music by Jerry Goldsmith 20th Century Fox on 6/6 (day of death JP Getty), year of Rosemary's Baby 2.


1978 Superman (DC Comics, solar hero like Apollo, Christ) Mario Puzo (The Godfather) Christopher Reeve Gene Hackman Marlon Brando Susanna York (1/9 like Catherine) Terence Stamp (Swinging London) Glenn Ford Margot Kidder Ned Beatty Jackie Cooper Valerie Perrine Sarah Douglas  music by John Williams


1980 Superman 2 (twin towers)  Margot Kidder Terence Stamp Columbia-Warner Bros
1985 The Goonies Chris Columbus (Harry Potter) Steven Spielberg Corey Feldman Josh Brolin Sean Astin
1995 Assassins written by Wachowskis produced by Joel Silver  Sylvester Stallone Antonio Banderas Julianne Moore
1987 The Lost Boys (Peter Pan programming, executive producer) Kiefer Sutherland Corey Feldman
1988 Scrooged (poster with moon) Bill Murray Robert Mitchum Alfre Woodard Miles Davis based on A Christmas Carol of Charles Dickens
1989 Lethal Weapon 2 (Vav the phallus) Mel Gibson (William and Katherine in Braveheart, Passion of the Christ) Danny Glover
1993 Free Willy (William, executive producer) Michael Madsen
1994 Maverick Mel Gibson Jodie Foster Alfred Molina
1997 Conspiracy Mel Gibson  Julia Roberts as Alice (Alice in Wonderland programming) Patrick Stewart jesuit Brian Helgeland Joel Silver references to Project MK Ultra
1998 Lethal Weapon 4 Joe Pesci Rene Russo Jet Li Chris Rock music by Eric Clapton
2000 X-Men (executive producer) Bryan Singer (gay agenda)  Patrick Stewart (gay agenda, Star Trek) Ian McKellen (gay agenda, creation of new race in Lord of the Rings) as Auschwitz survivor Magneto Hugh Jackman Anna Paquin (True Blood) Halle Berry James Marsden Rebecca Romijn Femke Janssen
2002 Tales from the Crypt presents Ritual Jennifer Grey Tim Curry Erick Avari
2003 Timeline based on novel of Michael Crighton Paul Walker Gerard Butler David Thewlis
2006 16 Blocks Bruce Willis (William) Mos Def David Morse

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