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1776Forever Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-07-07 12:32 PM
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11. Who was Barbara Bush's real father ?
I post this with just a question to the issue. It may not be true.



Was Barbara Bush's real father Aleister Crowley?

author: cannonfire

The story may seem difficult to believe at first, until one learns more about the social inter-relations that tied together these unlikely parties. Specifically, we must focus on a fascinating woman named Pauline Pierce, born Pauline Robinson -- whose third child was named Barbara.

Full article at http://cannonfire.blogspot.com/2006/04/george-w-bush-barbara-bush-and.html

George W. Bush, Barbara Bush, and Aleister Crowley (A free mason and very involved in occult issues)

Few people understand that one of the most notorious individuals in British history may have contributed to the lineage of our current president. Aleister Crowley, a.k.a., "The Great Beast 666" -- the infamous practitioner of "sex magick" whose motto was "Do What Thou Wilt" -- came to know a great many remarkable people, including the maternal grandmother of George W. Bush. "Know," in this case, may be taken in the Biblical sense. Evidence points to the disturbing possibility that he was the true father of Barbara Bush, the former First Lady and mother to George W. Bush.

The story may seem difficult to believe at first, until one learns more about the social inter-relations that tied together these unlikely parties. Specifically, we must focus on a fascinating woman named Pauline Pierce, born Pauline Robinson -- whose third child was named Barbara.

Most sources divulge little about this woman. We learn more about her husband Marvin Pierce, the president of the McCall Corporation, which published McCall's magazine and Redbook. He married Pauline, a beautiful young socialite, in 1919. Their first child, Martha, was born the next year; the second, James, was born in 1921. At this time, Aleister Crowley inhabited what must have seemed a very different world, as he embarked upon the great communal experiment of the Abbey of Thelema in Italy. Pauline, however, had a hidden side -- what we might call (without intending any judgment or insult) a wild side. Check out Wikipedia
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