I have seen quite a bit of stuff floating around about the connection between Crowley, and a woman named Pauline Pierce. She is the mother of Barbara Bush. These claims state that there is a possibility that the mother of our current president is or could be the daughter of the beast through the E.C.L. ritual. Has anyone delved any deeper into these claims? It has been interesting to think about, and I thought perhaps someone might be able to offer evidence either supporting or refuting the claim. I'm not a conspiracy buff, but you have to admit, the resemblance of Barbara and the beast does seem to be there physically, and the people who talk about this theory seem to think there is actual evidence that at the very least, Pauline pierce definately hung out with Frank Harris and Crowley (though I have been unable to find any). Any thoughts?
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear...
Such a ridiculous story, based on an April Fools Day Blog post.
Look at the Menu here, click on "Search LAShTAL.COM", and look for "Barbara Bush". As Ian Rons writes in one of those linked pages:
Let me get this straight: Crowley and this Bush matriarch had a mutual acquaintance, the famous Frank Harris; and the Bush matriarch might have been slightly flirtatious whilst on the same *continent* as Crowley. And they're both supposed to be evil so-and-sos. I think we're looking at modern-day superstition square in the face.
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An April fools joke huh? That WAS a good one! Alot of people took that one and ran with it now didn't they. They had me wondering. Interesting how something can just blow up like that. Thanks for the pointer. Guess I should have used the search option to begin with. I stumbled across a thread of youtube videos awhile back about this and have been wondering what the story was on it ever since.
This has now also been thoroughly debunked on AC2012.com, where you will find a humorous post and video featuring ominous music and suggestive questions, here: http://ac2012.com/2009/10/12/barbara-bush/
Moreover, I've now been in communication with the originator of the hoax, who admitted it was an April fool's joke, and in this year's April 1 hoax has incorporated a very subtle nod to AC2012's mythbusting, by referring to Diana Vaughan, the fictional star witness of the Léo Taxil hoax, originally mentioned in the AC2012 post. More details in the above link.
That's a relief, Thiebes, thanks. 😉
Well I didn't suppose it would be news to anyone here, but thought that some would get a chuckle out of the post and the subtle reference made by the originator of the hoax 😉