Thomas Henry Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley was a freemason of the elite family Huxley, who promoted Darwinism in the Science Church through their X-Club and the Neanderthal hoax. From 1883 to 1885 he was president of the Royal Society. He was a member of the American Philosophical Society and the Athenaeum Club (cult of Athena) with Humpfrey Davy (Royal Society), pm Henry Temple, AC Doyle, Lewis Carroll, Charles Darwin, Arthur Wellesly, Michael Faraday, Robert Forbes, Benjamin Disraeli, James Maxwell, St John Philby, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Peel, John Ruskin, John Russell, Edward Bulwer-Lytton.

He was mentored by Edward Forbes, who lived at the Isle of Man (three legs emblem of the Oddfellows).

He was president of the Geological Society of London, founded by Humpfrey Davy.

The X-Club consisted of Darwin's friend JD Hooker, Thomas Hirst and Herbert Spencer. He introduced the distinction between reptiles ad amphibian. Ernst Haeckel promoted Darwinism in Germany.

His daughter Marian married painter John Collier. He made a painting of Darwin and the Borgia's.

He was the teacher of HG Wells (Fabian Society, Wellington House) who mentioned Huxley in The Island of Dr Moreau.

The Huxley's (Julian Huxley) founded the League of Nations/United Nations with the Cecils, who also trained Aleister Crowley.

Aldous Huxley was used in the drug experiments of CIA controlled hippie counterculture in the 60's.

His grandson Andrew Huxley also became president of the Royal Society and married the granddaughter of Edward Pease, founder of the Fabian Society.

born 5/4/1825.

died 6/29/1895.


Aldous Huxley