What do popular music stars do when their career is on the wane?

They change their name and assume another identity, of course.

The following is the story of a famous child singing star, who, during the era of the late 1970’s, discovered his formerly sterling career had come to an abrupt end.

But luckily, serendipity struck, allowing for a fellow music industry colleague to offer him a brilliant solution to his career crippling problem.

After taking valuable advice from a star with a name everyone is certain to readily recognize, this former teen idol decided to do the only thing possible to save his foundering popularity: adopt a catchy pseudonym and adopt a newly minted image to become one of MTV’s biggest stars during the era of the 1980’s.

Before deciding to act upon the sage advice, this former teen idol, for a brief four-year period, also co-hosted a popular television variety hour with his well-known sibling, who also went on to assume the identity of another popular singing star.

Stay tuned folks, because this story is certain to be a thriller!


For those among you belonging to the more seasoned generations, the name and star-studded career of Donny Osmond may not necessitate a thorough introduction, and may even evoke fond memories.

However, for the benefit of one’s more youthful readers, suffice to say, Donny Osmond grew to become one of American popular music’s first superstar teen idols during the era of the 1970’s.

In fact, even before Osmond had his first number one hit on the Billboard charts, he was a child star, who launched his whirlwind career in show business virtually from the cradle. Incredibly, Donny Osmond was well on his way to becoming a star before most other American children, of a similar age, were still learning to walk, talk, or even learning how to properly ride a bicycle.

In fact, Osmond’s first appearance before the American public came in 1963, on the Andy Williams show, at the tender age of five, when he performed “You Are My Sunshine”.

Not surprisingly, Osmond’s father had military connections, and official biographies of the Osmond family tell us the family patriarch was a veteran of WWII.

The history of the Osmond family is a fascinating one, an investigation which will lead us to not only British freemasonic connections through the Mormon church of Latter-day Saints, but to a connection with a 19th century US president.

As we’ve discovered through many past investigations, the military/industrial complex and the American entertainment/music industry have always harbored a close working relationship.

While his career moved forward from his maiden television appearance, and while oftentimes performing with his older brothers and even his sister, Marie (more about her later), the American public experienced the rare privilege of watching one of their favorite singing stars come of age until, with the arrival of the mid-1970’s, Donny Osmond’s fresh-faced likeness was found to be prominently displayed on the cover of popular magazines, the front pages of mainstream periodicals, smiling from the perch of colorful urban billboards and, it could safely be assumed, also plastered to the bedroom walls of millions of American adolescent females, from coast to coast.

Just when it seemed the apex of his young career was eclipsed, and before he reached the age of full-fledged adulthood at the age of eighteen, the cunning opportunists in charge of Donny Osmond’s career soon urged him to star as the co-host of his own prime time television variety hour, along with his younger sibling, Marie Osmond.

After four short years on the air, and just before the beginning of the 1980’s MTV era, television ratings for the Donnie and Marie show began to sharply plummet.

But just when Osmond thought his career’s dwindling prospects couldn’t have grown more dire, the corporate network television brass abruptly decided to cancel his hit television show.

Added to this, the rich oasis from which many of Donny Osmond’s string of sugary hit pop singles were routinely drawn had seemingly dried up as well.

But rather than fade into obscurity as the MTV era of the 1980’s dawned, all would turn out to be well for Donny Osmond, who went on to become an even bigger star while disguised as someone else who portrayed a controversial image at odds with his well-entrenched religious beliefs.

And why not, right folks?

After all, since its inception, there have existed a pair of vital constants in the business of the profitable music recording industry, 1.) the production of hit songs, and 2.) the creation of a vivid image attached to a marketable young artist in helping to sell them.

Still don’t happen to believe the possibility Donny Osmond’s clever transition could ever have been executed?

I’d wager one’s loyal readers know better than to doubt the probable potentiality of such a scenario.

In which case, everyone can listen to the revealing narrative as it was told from the very source; the talented host actor who went on to flamboyantly portray the role of one of the 1980’s biggest and controversial pop stars.

In the following interview, conducted by everyone’s favorite television “psychologist”, Doctor Phil McGraw, you will hear of how Donny Osmond obtained the idea to change his name and begin a new career under a new identity, in the video, displayed immediately below:


Though most would consider Osmond’s story merely anecdotal and of no grander significance, the narrative detail he reveals, involving superstar Michael Jackson, gives us a clue as to the identity of the pop star Donny Osmond transitioned into during the era of the 1980’s.

SEE: Doctor Phil plays mind games with America

In retrospect, and given what has been discovered about the history of the Osmond family and Donny’s clever character conversion scheme, one begins to wonder if the string of unfortunate events which afflicted his career and led to its ultimate decline toward the end of the 1970’s weren’t engineered and prearranged, in preparation for Donny Osmond’s dramatic and successful identity transformation.

Though such a notion might appear outlandish to those unfamiliar with the concept of Post-Modern Reality Simulation, nevertheless, as our investigation delves more deeply into the biographical history of the Osmond family, even those with lingering doubts may discover the credible merit of this hypothesis begin to avail itself.


The patriarch of the Osmond family, George Virl Osmond, was a devout Mormon and, according to Wikipedia and other biographical sources, George performed several missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, both in Hawaii and in the UK. George’s grandfather emigrated from England and, as a young man, he too, served as a mission leader in the Church of LDS. George’s grandfather was born in London, England, and though he began working as a shipbuilder’s apprentice in Woolwich, in 1855, after he and his wife emigrated to Bloomington, Idaho, Osmond was ordained a bishop in the Aaronic priesthood of the Church of Latter-day Saints.

Before that, in 1854, Osmond began working for James Eads, a world-renowned American civil engineer and inventor, and a close family relation of US president, James Buchanan.

Some of the most highly regarded founding fathers of the Church of Latter-day Saints have also been documented as high-ranking members of the masonic order, including Heber C. Kimball, Hyrum Smith, and Joseph Smith, who officially joined the fraternity in March of 1842, in Nauvoo, Illinois.

SEE: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/history/topics/masonry?lang=eng

The history of the Mormon church, or the Church of Latter-day Saints, has always been inextricably linked with that of the Freemasons, historical linkages which are further documented and expounded upon in the following video, featured below.

In fact, at approximately 14 seconds, during the following video’s opening introduction, everyone should notice the male presenter, standing to the left, formulating his hands into the deliberate shape of a diamond which, of course, represents the symbolic equivalent of the number 33, the highest degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry, over which the Jesuit order in Rome presides:


After serving in WWII, George married and reared nine children, including Donny and his four older brothers, who he trained to perform as a barbershop quartet.

Though George made every genuine effort possible to acquire public exposure for his son’s musical act, it wasn’t until his sons were given a chance to perform in California, at Disneyland, that their career in the music recording industry was saved form utter obscurity and began to gain significant traction.

Serendipitously —- as always seems to be the case with these sorts of romantic but improbable biographical tales —- the Osmond brother’s performance caught the intrigued gaze of none other than Walt Disney himself.

Although most mainstream biographical accounts frame Disney’s notice of the Osmond brother’s performance as circumstantial happenstance, it seems likely the Disneyland engagement was procured for the Osmond brothers, and arrangements for their performance came about due to freemasonic connections between George the Osmond family patriarch, and Walter Elias Disney.

By the way, more revealing research has recently been completed concerning Walt Disney and his historical host actor, Kermit Roosevelt, and the published results of that further research, which are stunning indeed, will soon be forthcoming.

As the Osmond brothers’ pop music career continued to progress and gained notoriety, it was decided Donny should be the focal point of the group.

Though it has been speculated this was done to set up a competitive rivalry with the Jackson Five, a popular group fronted by an equally charismatic and youthful musical prodigy, Michael Jackson, there can be no doubt, this decision, which led to Donny figuring more prominently, helped to immeasurably hoist the group’s fortunes on a wild trajectory towards pop music superstardom.

But it was Osmond’s fateful meeting with Jackson, in 1979, which propelled him onward towards scaling evermore stellar heights in the music industry. There was only one caveat: it would have to appear —- at least to the American record buying public — as if Osmond’s character conversion scheme decided to assume an alternatively fashioned lifestyle, one which violated the church of Latter-day Saint’s strict religious dogma regarding sexuality.


That’s right folks, Donny Osmond took the advice of his music industry rival, Michael Jackson, and returned to the birthplace of his great grandfather, George Osmond, to begin his career anew, as “George Michael”.

Comparative voice analysis of the audio featured in the video, displayed above, with selections from Osmond’s late 1970’s discography, confirms the multi-octave vocal range, and the strategic utilization of the shimmering falsetto which can be heard demonstrated on the vocal track of ‘Wham Rap’, the very first hit single from Wham, featuring the late “George Michael”, are identically consistent with those vocal traits and varied talents demonstrated by the former American teen idol, Donny Osmond.

While closely attuning your most delicate audio sensibilities to the vocal performance heard in the following video, everyone should be capable, even while lacking the aid of voice analysis software, to detect the comparable but identical vocal similarities between Donny Osmond and “George Michael”.


According to the official biographies of the late “George Michael”, he was born George Michael Panayiotou, in East Finchley, Middlesex, England, an area of North London, north of Hampstead Heath, and located in the general vicinity of the birth of his host actor’s great grandfather, George Osmond.

However, there are other interesting geographical facts about the birthplace of “George Michael” which connect it to the City of London’s Crown Temple.

According to Wikipedia, “The land on which most of East Finchley now stands was once part of the Bishop of London’s hunting ground, to the south of Finchley Common, first recorded around 1400.”

The Bishop of London refers to the Church of England’s Province of Canterbury, a bishopric established in the 4th century AD, during the time of the occupation of Roman forces. Wikipedia expatiates on this further: “The see is the City of London where the seat is Saint Paul’s Cathedral which was founded as a cathedral in 604 and was rebuilt from 1675 following the Great Fire of London (1666).”

The City of London, written in capital letters to distinguish it from the ‘city’ of London, written in small case, is the headquarters of the Crown Temple, the centralized global banking and legal authority, located within the historic ‘one square mile’ which legally presides over the subsidiary of the US corporation and, in tandem with the principality of Washington’s District of Columbia and the Vatican, in Rome, represents but one of the triad of capitols which, in concert, preside over the global commercial empire of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.

Click the link to the image, featured below, and everyone shall notice the Crown Temple in the City of London is represented by a coat of arms which features the red cross of the Templar/Jesuit/Masonic order:


Does it also seem to be any coincidence that, in the first frame of the video featuring George Michael’s performance of ‘Wham Rap’, we are able to observe the image of the inverted cross which is identically and prominently displayed on the coat of arms representing the Crown Temple in the City of London?

No, indeed, one should think not. As one’s loyal readers have discovered, the thirteen families are the monopoly owners and shareholders of the global music and entertainment cartels/industries.

Look even more closely at the first frames of the ‘Wham Rap’ video, and over the right shoulder of “George Michael”, everyone shall notice the image of a circular red sun, an occult symbol, which represents the sacred object of worshipful reverence among those initiated into the highest echelons of the Jesuit order.

After leaving the group Wham to embark upon a stellar solo musical career which spanned the entirety of the decade of the 1980’s, the character of “George Michael”, in 1998, claimed he was “gay”. Subsequent to making his public declaration, regarding his alleged sexuality, Michael’s career was stricken with an even greater controversy when he was arrested for engaging in an ‘act of public lewdness’ in a public bathroom at the Will Rodgers Memorial Park in Beverly Hills, California.

In retrospect, it becomes clear, there was an ulterior social agenda behind the creation of the pop music character of “George Michael”.

The following excerpt is derived from Wikipedia: “Michael, who came out as gay in 1998, was an active LGBT rights campaigner and HIV/AIDS charity fundraiser.”

It is safe to surmise that Michael’s ‘act of public lewdness’ while ensconced in a public bathroom was all-too-likely staged for the purposes of wider promotion to the American general public and, as we’ve discovered, the staging and subsequent promotion of such psychological operations are oftentimes accompanied by the establishment of charitable organizations which, as we’ve also learned, covertly hide profit-making ulterior motives.

As for the HIV/AIDS epidemic, that, too, was a manufactured psychological operation staged to profitably benefit the medical/pharmaceutical complex, a cartel monopolized by the thirteen families; an “epidemic” which also happened to be promoted by a familiar figure, Doctor Anthony Fauci AKA Hollywood executive David Geffen.

SEE: Meet the Actor Playing Television Doctor

Ear biometric, facial recogntion, and image comparison analysis, in addition to voice comparison analysis, confirm that Donny Osmond was the host actor who portrayed 1980’s pop star “George Michael”.

Donny Osmond:


George Michael:


Donny Osmond:


George Michael:


But Donny wasn’t the only member of his family to get in on the act of participating in the phenomenon known as Post-Modern Reality Simulation.

Donny’s sister, Marie, also portrayed pop star Linda Ronstadt.

Marie Osmond:


Linda Ronstadt:


Little does America realize that, once again, Donny and Marie Osmond also starred together as battling judges on the hit reality television series, “American Idol”:


Below, is a link to an image of Simon Cowell AKA Donny Osmond/”George Michael” having a little fun on his masonic jet ski.











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