Kubrick’s legacy of smoke and mirrors (Part II)

One doesn’t wish to give loyal readers the impression the author especially delights in slaughtering sacred cows. Nevertheless, research indicates the legendary artist of Hollywood cinema, Stanley Kubrick, is yet another actor in history’s grand stage play.

The artistic legacy created under his name, however, is comparable or perhaps even surpasses those established by Spielberg, Scorsese or Orson Wells. In that sense, one should never be mistaken, the celebrated body of artistic works created by the mysterious figure known to posterity as Stanley Kubrick well-deserves its legendary status in the pantheon of great modern cinema.

Be that as it may, research has also demonstrated Kubrick’s biography and personal details may have been born out of nothing more than smoke and mirrors.

Now, in attempting to smash through the hall of mirrors and clear away the plumes of smoke, one hopes to erect new understandings from the rubble of what may appear to be the wanton destruction of a legend.

The last installment involving the legend of Stanley Kubrick left off with examinations of Christiane Kubrick and her alleged first husband, German actor and voice impressionist, Werner Bruhns. Suffice to say, one’s findings regarding this obscure but classically trained thespian were positively stunning.

Not only have ear biometrics and voice comparison analysis confirmed, he is in fact the host actor that portrayed NASA rocket scientist Werner von Braun, but Bruhns was also the actor brought to life the fictional characterization of American Secretary of State, Heinz Henry Kissinger.

This confirms that not only was NASA’s alleged Apollo moon landing nothing more than a theatrically designed magic trick, and that officials at the highest levels of the American government during the Vietnam era were staffed by actors playing their part in a grand charade, but it also confirms a direct link to Kubrick’s involvement with the NASA Apollo project through his spouse, Christiane. However, before continuing on with one’s in depth examination of Stanley Kubrick, there is more regarding his spouse, Christiane, and specifically the German city of her birth, that shall prove historically fascinating, if not at first thoroughly inconceivable.

Turns out, the legendary Kubrick and his spouse may both have royal genealogical lineage in common.

Per Wikipedia, Christiane Susanne Harlan was born in Braunschweig (also known as Brunswick), Germany, a city located in Lower Saxony, north of the Harz mountains at the farthest navigable point on the Oker river which connects it to the North Sea via the Aller and Weser rivers. Loyal readers have no doubt already noticed that the city’s proper title resembles Werner von Braun’s character name, and perhaps that is just another clue the ruling elites like to leave out in plain sight to test the alertness of the peasantry they think they’re perpetually mocking? Most curiously noteworthy concerning Kubrick’s widow, is that in March of 2001 (33), she was invited to the Jesuit controlled Vatican to screen a remastered version of her late husband’s seminal film, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

What is more interesting still, concerning the ancient European city of Christiane Kubrick’s birth, is that during the earliest part of the medieval period, Brunswick became the commercial hub of what came to be known as the Hanseatic League, a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in the late 12the century, and came to dominate Baltic maritime trade for over three centuries. The League left to posterity what was considered by historians to be a great cultural and architectural heritage, and as the main locus point for Europe’s buzzing and profitable commercial activities during the middle ages, Brunswick became especially renowned for its Brick Gothic monuments, such as Saint Nikolai and the city hall of Stralsund.

Today, UNESCO lists the old town of Stralsund and Wismar, as a world heritage site.

It is interesting to note, that although most historical texts and Wikipedia document that the large scale commercial influence of the Hanseatic League diminished shortly after 1450, they then contradictorily admit that several Dutch, Swedish and German cities, including Hamburg, officially and legally remain as “free Hanseatic cities”, and that after the EU enlargement in 2004, many historical experts began to write about the resurrection of the Baltic Hansa.

One could easily extrapolate, this means that like the established commercial and trade guilds falling under the umbrella of the Crown Temple in Britain during the same medieval period, the commercial guilds established in Germany never perished or experienced any diminution in robust activity, they merely consolidated their commercial interests with those spanning the geographical whole of Europe.

One could also extrapolate, this corporate web of European guilds spread to America soon after its founding and establishment as a royal commercial outpost in the 18th century, and that these guilds still exist today under names with which latter day Americans have become most familiar.

However, there remain more pertinent and alluring facts concerning the city of Brunswick, facts which connect not only Christiane Kubrick with European royal families, one of which has been mentioned quite often in connection with the actor based reality, but fully ties in the ancient city of Brunswick with the German kingdom of Swabia (former dukes of Swabia also ruled the kingdom of Sicily, established after the Norman conquest of the southern peninsula in 1071) and the historic home of the Von Furstenberg family, the Holy Roman empire, and the Jesuits at the Vatican.

What appeared comparatively distinctive about Brunswick from other German kingdoms of the medieval period, was its full independence or autonomy apart from that of Greater Germany, and it was known as a “Free imperial city”, one of only a few during the 15th and 16th centuries. Though on its face, this designation may appear to be self-explanatory, there exists a deeper legal meaning hidden behind the documented historical significance. Legally, an imperial city held the status of “imperial immediacy.”

This meant, that cities across Europe belonging to such a designation were subordinate only to the Holy Roman emperor, as opposed to a territorial prince, whether ecclesiastical or secular. Of course, the Holy Roman emperor was, in turn, subordinate only to Papal Rome. Examined from an alternative historical vantage point, apart from the lies and distortions observed in mainstream historical texts, it is clear the legal arrangement of free imperial cities held under the royal jurisdiction of the Holy Roman emperor (under the legal auspices of Papal Rome, the emperor, or His Imperial Majesty was declared “first among equals”) more than implies that Pan-European institutions and their various legal classifications had existed long before the official consolidation of the EU in the modern and post-modern age.

In other words, no matter to what extent Wikipedia and other historical texts may attempt to inform and persuade otherwise, they cannot deny the legal and administrative framework for global governance has always existed under the control of Papal Rome, which is now controlled by the Jesuit order.

Though historians may inform the Roman empire perished long ago, it still persists, and it is merely hidden under an avalanche of legal classifications and centuries of ratified treaties. Could it be, the historical accounts of the rise and fall of the Roman empire, and even those of the early Republic, are stories that have been fabricated to hide the truth from the world’s masses they have always been ruled by Papal Rome and its global Holy Roman Empire presided over by the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families?

In fact, if one still doubts this to be true, merely observe the coat of arms signifying the Holy Roman Empire. Does the double headed eagle look familiar? Has one seen it in various other locations in connection with Freemasonry perhaps – perhaps even in connection with American institutions but in other forms and designs, even NASA?

Coat of Arms, Holy Roman Empire:


Scottish Rite Freemasonry:


What are the odds, folks?

While there are those who may scoff and claim this is a matter of mere historical coincidence, surely it is not. Certainly, this gives an entirely new meaning to the phrase uttered by alleged NASA astronaut, Neil Armstrong, who was nothing more than an actor in another of history’s grand stage plays directed by our legendary Mr. Stanley Kubrick: “The eagle has landed!”

Christiane Harlan, born to a pair of opera singers, and reared in childhood amid a geographical area of Europe rich in historical significance, had an uncle, Veit Harlan, a film director and actor who got his start making propaganda films for Josef Goebbels and Hitler’s Third Reich. His early films, produced at the behest of Goebbels, were infamous for their anti-Semitic themes. This is ironic, because during the early years of the “roaring” 1920’s, Veit met and married Jewish actress and cabaret singer Debra Gerson, who reportedly later died at Auschwitz with her family. Veit then married Swedish actress Kristina Soderbaum, who starred in many of Veit’s National Socialist propaganda films during the second world conflict.

This represented the juncture in one’s research where one intuited the royal connection may be a genuine consideration, and despite the anti-Semitic subject matter of his films, it appears Veit Harlan married not just one woman of Jewish heritage, but two.

Indeed, Soderbaum sounds like a Jewish name, but it is also a name vaguely connected with royal lineage, to that of not only the Swedish royal family, but to other European families of noble and royal heritage. Furthermore, one doesn’t believe it is possible to overstate the almost incestuous extent to which all of Europe’s royal and noble bloodlines had intermarried by the mid-twentieth century, for the name Soderbaum appears to be related to many European families of aristocratic heritage and tradition – including the royal house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. As usual, working largely from intuitive process, one began examining images of those among the members of the immediate Swedish royal family. Lo and behold, one observed a strong resemblance in terms of facial recognition between that of Stanley Kubrick’s alleged widow, Christiane, and this prominent matriarchal figure from Sweden’s latter day royal family:

Christiane Kubrick:


Princess Christina Magnuson of Sweden:


Princess Christina can not only be found within the pages of Burke’s Peerage related to the royal house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, but she is the sister of the reigning Swedish monarch, King Carl Gustav XVI:



Disregarding the funny hat, does “His Highness” seem to resemble any recognizable Hollywood and television star from past decades, folks? How about – this guy:

Kelsey Grammer:


Although Gustav’s appearance may appear comical, do not be deceived into thinking that both the hat and its color do not possess deep occult significance (Alice in Wonderland/distortion of objective reality/pink/sexual and spiritual transformation).

For those not familiar with television star and voice actor Kelsey Grammer, he is best known for his portrayal of the popular television character Doctor Frasier Crane. As a skilled voice actor, Grammer has also performed voice overs for the popular American television animated comedy, the Simpsons, and other popular animated television programs. There is every indication, through ear biometric and facial recognition analysis, that indeed, Swedish royal Carl Gustav is the host actor behind the Hollywood inspired characters of both Doctor Frasier Crane and Hollywood actor Kelsey Grammer.

Collectively, European royals are the largest stockholders of Hollywood movie studios, television networks, and the popular music recording industry, and one has demonstrated previously that many figures of European royalty are the host actors animating the manufactured character personas of Hollywood’s and the American entertainment industry’s celebrity elite.

After all, folks, if one retains ownership of a Hollywood movie studio, or owns majority stock in an American television network, is it such a stretch to conceive of the idea one would advantageously utilize those mediums in pursuing the goals of not only commercial and monetary blandishments, but in effectively employing the widespread influence of such mediums to pursue the covert goals of one’s own political, social, and commercial agendas?

In further examining images of Kelsey Grammer (born 21st of February/777/masonic and intelligence joker code) and Carl Gustav, one observed a greatly receding hairline that appears common to both. Added to that, it appears the legendary Stanley Kubrick suffered from the same affliction of identically patterned baldness:


Could it be possible, that as was the case with another European royal, Prince Eduard von Furstenberg AKA Barry Dilller/late American president Dwight Eisenhower, Stanley Kubrick was a manufactured character? Though alleged per Wikipedia’s published biography to have been born in 1921, is it possible Kubrick’s character was portrayed by a younger man appearing to be much older with the help of Hollywood makeup, lighting and lens distortion magic?

If one is familiar with Kubrick’s cinema discography, such a grand illusion can be observed in 1962’s film classic of Dr. Strangelove, where British actor Peter Sellers convincingly portrays not just one character, but three.

If this is so, was the character of Stanley Kubrick manufactured as a NASA frontman – was he a fabricated contingency to absorb public retribution, to be blackwashed and summarily sacrificed in case the simulated NASA Apollo moon landing project failed to convince the world?

As for the ultimate conclusion, one shall leave it to one’s loyal readers to speculate.

Regarding Christiane Kubrick, her only sibling, Jan Harlan, not only resembles Princess Christina’s husband, Tord Magnuson (= great sun/Lucifer/secret, worshipful symbolism of the Jesuit order), but if one looks very closely, there is also a strong resemblance in terms of facial landmarks with the late Stanley Kubrick.

Remember folks, the perpetuated success of the actor based reality hinges on the method of operation of almost always posing family members as spouses, and there is every indication that in the case of Christiane Harlan and the legendary figure of Hollywood cinema, Stanley Kubrick, they were both royal siblings disguised as host actors for characters posed as Hollywood royalty. As for facial analysis comparisons between photographic images of Princess Christina’s alleged husband Tord Magnuson, Christiane Kubrick’s sibling Jan Harlan, and the young Stanley Kubrick, one shall note the identical contour, shape, and sharp protuberance of the ears:

Stanley Kubrick, allegedly taken in 1949 for Look Magazine:


Jan Harlan:


Tord Magnuson:


Note too, that the subjects of all three images have identical hair patterned baldness in common. Could it be, this is a genetic family trait of those belonging to Swedish royal lineage? Notice too, the array of medals affixed to Tord Magnuson. Rest assured, folks, one never becomes bestowed with such awards, unless they are a sworn, high-level initiate of the masonic order. It should also be noted that the now defunct Look magazine has often been cited as a front for CIA and the global intelligence octopus.

Considering for a moment the implications of the author’s hypothesis regarding the true identity of the legendary Stanley Kubrick, there seem to exist strong indications that Kubrick’s death (March 7, 1999=3 7’s/21/777) shortly before the dawn of the millennium was indeed faked.

But, if so, did the man formerly known as Mister Kubrick continue to portray yet another celebrity character?


During the span of his lifetime, Kubrick often stated his love for classic literature, and though he felt it was an inferior medium in terms of the potential for the breadth of emotional and artistic expression, hinted that if he had not endeavored to work in Hollywood as a film director, he could have possibly been inclined to become an author. Well, folks, ear biometric and facial recognition analysis indicates that after the death of Stanley Kubrick’s character, the host actor went on to portray this famous author, who penned what was considered by literary critics to have been the controversial tome, The Satanic Verses:


Perhaps this is part of the Shakespearean magic of the actor based reality, in that it enables one man to live and die several times within the mortal span of a single lifetime and ironically, achieve legendary immortality.








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