Barbara Bush and Aleister Crowley
I'm adding this link in an attempt to put to rest the ridiculous (but witty) April Fools joke/hoax that indicates a familial relationship between George Bush and Aleister Crowley. I note that 'Barbara Bush' is a frequent search made of this site and it is my hope that this forum post and link to ac2012.com will resolve any questions.
- Barbara Bush is NOT Aleister Crowley’s daughter. Shocker, right? As a matter of fact, there is NO evidence that Aleister Crowley ever met Bush’s mother, Pauline Pierce, at all; and the “F.H.” Crowley refers to in his diary is not Frank Harris (as is claimed in the hoax), but Lady Frieda Harris.
- Thing is, this April Fool’s joke (note the date of the post) has made the rounds, and is now cited as evidence (oftentimes along with spooky music and suggestive questions) that Aleister Crowley really is the father of Barbara Bush and the grandfather of George W. Bush! Alex Jones and “Freeman” have also taken this idea and run with it, and are seemingly also taking credit for the “theory” themselves.
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Wasn't this notion, also played out in the film 'In Search of Great Beast 666'?
That was where I first heard this stuff.
I have seen this sort of rubbish on conspiracy forums, the same sort of forum where the owner believes the moon is actually a spaceship
The originator of the Barbara Bush / Crowley hoax today has a new April Fools post which links Aleister Crowley to JFK via Gerald Gardner. Funny stuff, and goes to show the skill and regularity with which this blog makes April Fools day jokes about AC. The AC2012 post has the link, in an update labeled with today's date.
I don't know about Aliester, but all my jokes come true. It's rather unnerving in a giggly sort of way. Barbara does have some interesting physical characteristics - as far as the way she moves her head and I admire her fierce loyalty to her husband and son.
Yes, this was included in the documentary as a serious item for consideration.
Pretty funny how far this joke has gone, and particularly noteworthy in how it shows the gullibility of common conspiracy theory communities.
*SIGH* US election years...can't live with 'em can't run the country without 'em....