Mary, Mary, where you goin’ to….with that eyedropper of LSD in your hand, baby?
Let me explain how the world really works: There’s an extremely wealthy oligarchy of American aristocrats, many of whom have strong alliances with relatives in Europe, and they regularly gather in private ceremonies to harmonize while plotting a future that involves preserving their great fortunes, cartels and secret monopolies. Today, most people call this crowd “the elites” but I call them “Old Money.”
Mary Pinchot Meyer was one of this crew and wore charm and grace like a second skin according to her friends. She may have been one of the few women sexy enough to lure JFK from away from Marilyn Monroe and she enjoyed bringing sacraments to her liaisons with the President, usually marijuana, which was good for his back pain, but also at least one time LSD because it was legal at the time while pot was not, and she felt everyone could benefit from a psychedelic-induced spiritual awakening.
Mary’s best friend from college married James Angleton, who rose to head of CIA counterintelligence, the dirty tricks side of the agency, while Mary married Cord Meyer, who rose to become chief of the CIA’s Project Mockingbird, the mission to plant propaganda in news and entertainment media. Mary became a famous journalist herself. Old Money has a left and right and just like all the rest of us slobs are supposed to divide up into “liberals” and “conservatives,” Old Money divides to commandeer those ops, only us regular slobs can only read the news, while Old Money owns the newspaper plant. Mary was at the top of the liberal wing of Old Money, the ones who’d been funding the Communist, socialist and labor movements.
LSD was being passed around freely at the CIA at the time and being experimented with for mind control ops involving hypnosis, so Mary had no trouble getting access. Almost immediately, her life changed dramatically and she took on the mission to turn on the most powerful people in Washington so they might see the divine light and start working for world peace. Apparently, she didn’t realize Washington is run by the military-industrial complex. Both Kennedy brothers apparently fell under Mary’s influence around this time, but then most males in Washington swooned a bit when Mary passed by.
What Mary didn’t know, however, was that devious James Angleton had long been bugging her phone, reading her mail and secretly using Mary as a source of intelligence as she weaved through the upper circles of society spreading her message of world peace. So when Mary began talking with Timothy Leary in order to get advice on how to best invoke a spiritual response on LSD, Angleton was listening in. And after Mary reported to Leary that Jack loved LSD and had secretly joined her mission to end the Cold War and dismantle the nuclear arms race, well Angleton took that news to his mentor Allen Dulles, cousin by marriage to the Rockefellers, a man who once ran the CIA but had been fired by Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs debacle.
Mary called Leary after the assassination and was distraught. “He was changing too fast,” she sobbed. “They covered up everything, I’m afraid.”
On October 12th, 1964, two weeks after the publication of the fraudulent Warren Commission Report, she was found dead on a jogging path in the park. Two bullets, one to the head and one to the heart. Gangland execution-style. I’d check on mad dog Bill Harvey and handsome Johnny Roselli to see if one were in Washington that day, although a homeless black man found in the park became the designated patsy.
Meanwhile, within minutes, Angleton arrived at Mary’s home to retrieve her diary and any other potentially dangerous evidence.
Just shine a light on James Angleton and his movements and mind set immediately after the assassination and you’ll see trail of dead bodies leading off into the darkness.
Even today, Project Mockingbird continues and part of its propaganda is to make you think we still don’t know who killed Kennedy. A few even push the tired old “Oswald acted alone.” But the truth has been available for decades if you know how to sift through the disinfo for kernels of truth, and once you connect enough dots, it ends with Angleton and Dulles.
2 Replies to “The strange death of Mary Meyer”
I’m glad you’re covering this but…Mary died on October 12, 1964. Her brother-in-law and Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee confirmed that her diary was taken by Angleton just after she died (though Bradlee doubted the story of WP exec Jim Truitt who said he’d supplied pot for Mary and JFK). Another key to the story is journalist and “What’s My Line?” panelist Dorothy Kilgallen, who was another woman rumored to be in on the plot to bring peace, love and LSD to the USA and claimed she was about to crack the JFK assassination story when she died mysteriously on November 8, 1965 of a presumed alcohol/barbituate overdose (like Marilyn).
October 1, 2013 at 8:10 pm
This is thrilling !! Skullduggery abounds !! Zounds…….. we’ll get our answers one fine day, by Jove !
Mark A. O’Blazney
October 10, 2013 at 4:18 pm
Remembering Ms. Pinchot on this day, the 49th year of her death. RIP, Mary.
Mark A. O’Blazney
October 12, 2013 at 5:57 pm
Great post. True cloak and dagger stuff. Mary Meyer is such a fascinating figure (her death is mentioned in my historical novel, NO ONE CAN KNOW). IMHO, Project Mockingbird should be understood by all Americans, and um, James Angleton INVENTED smoke and mirrors. Indeed, conspiracy and skullduggery defined politics of the sixties; so compelling.
October 13, 2013 at 6:05 pm
Mother’s secret was that he remembered ALL of his lies, even as he succumbed to the paranoid symptoms of a True Cold Warrior. Mr. Angleton was one of the most misunderstood men in all of humanity. He named an orchid after his wife, you know. How many husbands do THAT to honour their spouse? He saved parts of the the world more often than didn’t, tho’, IMHO.
Mark A. O’Blazney
October 15, 2013 at 2:53 am
But for Janney there was an added layer of emotion when he realized his father, Wistar Janney, another senior figure in the CIA at the time, might have been in on the conspiracy to kill Kennedy—and Mary Pinchot Meyer as well. Janney says he is sure that was the case.