Sometimes the winding road of in-depth investigation can lead down the deepest and darkest of rabbit holes.
Some time ago, a regular visitor to this site enquired in the comments section concerning the American entertainer known as “Bob Hope”.
While the results of one’s ensuing investigation were not wholly unsurprising, they were unexpected.
Not only did “Bob Hope” – like that of his famous Hollywood sidekick “Bing Crosby” – turn out to be yet another fabricated character scheme, the man behind his famous public persona was a high-ranking member of the British royal family and – lo and behold – he was also a high-ranking freemason.
Before modifying into “Bob Hope” and several other famous fabricated character schemes, this British prince, forgotten to history, faked his death in a plane crash which, according to one published source, occurred under “mysterious” circumstances.
Indeed, on this occasion, we’re led straight on a path towards yet another dead European royal – dubbed in the annals of the history of the royal House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (AKA Windsor/Rothschild/Rockefeller) as the “Forgotten Prince” – who began his life as a vaudeville entertainer and, over the decades, beginning in the mid 20th century, modified into a pair of Hollywood’s and America’s most beloved and well-celebrated popular entertainment icons.
Below: Prince George, Duke of Kent, the “forgotten prince”
From the era of WWII, this British prince is also recorded in the history books as one of Great Britain’s most seminal and popular Prime Ministers.
Turns out too, this “forgotten prince” was also known as the “Great Beast”, an influential occultist, Jesuit-trained perpetrator of Post-Modern Reality Simulation, and a member of the freemasonic Order of the Golden Dawn.
But still more intriguing, this “forgotten prince” – Prince George, Duke of Kent – is genealogically related, via the extensive royal family tree of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, to King Leopold III of Belgium (AKA Adolf Hitler/iconic Hollywood entertainer “Bing Crosby”/Carol O’Connor/Alger Hiss), to Prince Michael, Duke of Kent (AKA the “late” comedian George Carlin/Max Igan/Hollywood actor James Caan/Joe Cocker/Jean Paul DeJoria), to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (AKA Lord Jacob Rothschild) and to US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi (AKA Princess Caroline Bouvier Radziwill/Hollywood actress Jane Fonda/popular music entertainer Dolly Parton).
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In the following video clip, when fast-forwarded to approximately the 11:47 mark, everyone will hear the aforementioned late comedian/actor/popular entertainer – the fabricated Hollywood character scheme known as “Bob Hope” – mention that, though he was “born in England,” he came to America at the “age of four” because he knew “there was very little chance of becoming king.”
This statement by “Bob Hope”, though spoken in a comedic context, also has occult significance.
The number four is a reference to the Gnostic Creed or Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica, an ecclesiastical arm of the Ordi Templi Orientis (OTO) which, according to Wikipedia, “is an international fraternal organization devoted to promulgating the Law of Thelema.” Thelema, Wikipedia goes on to explain, “is a philosophical, mystical and religious system elaborated by Alistair Crowley, and based on the Book of The Law.”
Turns out, “Bob Hope” (AKA Alistair Crowley/Winston Churchill/Jack Benny/Prince George, Duke of Kent) is referencing the first four clauses or the Explication of the (Gnostic) Creed. Wikipedia further explains, “The first 4 clauses are attributed to the four letters of the Tetragrammaton YHVH: the father (Chaos), the Mother (Babylon), the Union of Father and Mother in the Son (Baphomet), and the Daughter, the Bride of the Son (the Church).”