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The Abstract Episode 20 “Chemtrails Exposed: The Post-War Development of the New Manhattan Project”

By Peter A. Kirby

The decades immediately following the conclusion of World War II were foundational to the development of today’s global weather modification activities which the author refers to as the New Manhattan Project. The chemtrails so often seen in today’s skies are an integral part of this global weather modification effort and they are an eventual result of these earlier developments. In accordance with the von Kármán reports, important organizations like the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board were formed with the specific directive of developing the New Manhattan Project. Individuals such as Secretary of Defense Robert Lovett, General Bernard Schriever, President Lyndon Johnson and many others also played important roles. For a comprehensive discussion of the New Manhattan Project, please refer to the author’s book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project. With a focus on new material, this is the story of the post-war development of the biggest scientific effort in history.

Robert A. Lovett & the Eastern Establishment

In order to understand the post-WWII development of the New Manhattan Project, we must first return to World War One and the life of Robert Abercrombie Lovett (1895-1986). He initially rose to prominence with his ‘strategic bombing’ which revolutionized warfare. He was a Skull & Bonesman, a partner at Brown Brothers Harriman, the Undersecretary of State, the Secretary of Defense and a trustee of both the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations as well as a life member emeritus of the corporation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked for so many organizations so seriously implicated in all of this. In short, Lovett appears to have been instrumental in the post-war development of the New Manhattan Project.

Robert A. Lovett

Robert Abercrombie Lovett (1895-1986) was born in Huntsville, Texas. Lovett’s father Robert Scott Lovett (1860-1932) chaired the War Industries Board during WWI. Lovett’s father was a close business associate of E.H. Harriman (1848-1909) and the younger Lovett was a close childhood friend of Roland ‘Bunny’ Harriman (1895-1978). Both the younger Lovett and Bunny Harriman entered Yale in 1913.

During WWI Lovett and his Yale classmate Frederick Trubee Davison (1896-1974) recruited fellow Yalies to train as pilots with the goal of forming a group of pilots that would fly aircraft in support of the American WWI military campaign. Lovett and Davison were successful in rounding up a group of nine. With financing from Davison’s father (who was a senior partner at JP Morgan) these 9 young pilots underwent a summer of flying instruction. This group called themselves the Yale Aero Club.

Upon returning to Yale in the fall, members of the Yale Aero Club continued to train on weekends. Davison was able to get the ear of then Navy Air Corps Lieutenant John H. Towers (1885-1955). Towers encouraged the members of the Yale Aero Club to enlist in the naval reserve and this so-called ‘Millionaires’ Unit’ was soon off to Palm Beach, FL for formal military training. Yes, they were getting quite a bit of special treatment and special funding. Lovett and Davison as well as three other members of the Millionaires’ Unit belonged to Yale’s infamous Skull & Bones secret society.

Following training in Palm Beach, the Millionaires’ Unit made its way north to Long Island, New York where the Navy had secured 75 acres including 1,400 feet of shorefront and a fine mansion for the accommodation of the young men. Hangars, runways, a radio shed, a machine shop and docks were then constructed. Two new seaplanes were provided by the Navy and a third was privately furnished by Harry Payne Whitney (1872-1930) of the famous American Whitney family.

In 1917 after training on Long Island, all members of the Millionaires’ Unit, with the exception of Davison who had been seriously injured in a crash, passed their Navy flying examinations. With the exception of Lovett and one other member of the Millionaires’ Unit (which totaled 27 by this point), all of the members of the Millionaires’ Unit were sent to newly created training stations throughout America for the promotion of the continuing recruitment of young men for the war. Lovett and his cohort Artemus ‘Di’ Gates (1895-1976) were sent to France.

Once in France, Lovett became an ‘executive officer & officer-pilot in charge.’ After training briefly on the French Riviera, Lovett was sent to a brand new American naval air station at Moutchic near Bordeaux where he worked on the grounds of the base. Late in 1917 Lovett was sent to a Royal Navy air base on the North Sea where he was joined by two of his former Yale classmates John Vorys (1896-1968) and Al Sturtevant (1894-1918). Here, serving with the British, Lovett flew his first missions as an escort for convoys and as a patrol searching for German submarines. It was during this time with the British that Lovett began getting ideas about revamping the Navy’s European air operations.

Early in 1918 Lovett was sent to Paris to serve as assistant to the chief of U.S. naval aviation in Europe Captain Hutch I. Cone. The next month, when Cone took off for an inspection tour, Lovett was left in full charge of all American naval air operations in Europe. After this, Lovett was transferred to northern France where his new theories of aerial warfare were brought to fruition.

After a spate of missions involving Lovett successfully bombing German submarines, he began promoting the idea of what he called ‘strategic bombing.’ At the time, the notion of weakening an enemy by aerial bombardment was a new concept. Up to this point, militaries were only utilizing airplanes for support of ground or sea operations. Offensive air campaigns had not been conducted. Lovett pioneered this type of military action. Lovett continued on this tack with subsequent bombardments of railroads and ammunition dumps. Captain Cone assented to Lovett’s calls for strategic bombing and subsequently was instrumental in the creation of the Northern Bombing Group.

Based near Dunkirk, the Northern Bombing Group consisted of nearly 300 airplanes and some 3,100 enlisted men needed to maintain them. Captain David Hanrahan was chosen as the commander of the group. Hanrahan named Lovett commander of the night bomber wing as well as commander of its first squadron. Lovett then went about gathering together his old Yale Aero Unit buddies and was happy to report later that he had gotten together, “all the old crowd.” When operations went live in the late summer of 1918, Lovett had nearly 1,500 men under his direct command. At the age of 22 Lovett had revolutionized the role of aircraft in warfare (and thus warfare itself) as he regularly conducted bombing raids of German submarines. Lovett’s official rank increased to that of a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve Force.

Life goes on. Following the conclusion of WWI in late 1918, Lovett finally made it home to America in January of 1919. He soon collected his college degree from Yale and married his wife Adele in Manhattan. Their first daughter Evelyn was born in 1920. Later in that year Bob and his family returned to Boston where Bob studied law at Harvard. After one year in their law school, Bob entered Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration. Lovett then entered the private sector as a runner and a clerk at the National Bank of Commerce in New York City. He then became a clerk at Brown Brothers where his father-in-law was a senior partner. In 1926 Lovett became a partner at Brown Brothers where he was a specialist in overseas banking. In 1927 Lovett fathered a son named Robert. The former members of the Yale Unit continued to meet at an annual dinner.

As noted earlier, Lovett had been a longtime childhood friend of Roland ‘Bunny’ Harriman. Over the years, he also became close friends with Roland’s older brother Averell. In 1930, Lovett was one of the men who encouraged the merger that created today’s Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH). Executives of BBH that were also members of Skull & Bones included: Prescott Bush (1895-1972), Knight Woolley, Roland Harriman, Ellery James, and Bob Lovett. BBH has been and continues to be the Bush political crime family family bank and the Bushes are most heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project.

In the years immediately preceding America’s involvement in WWII, Lovett embarked on a personal inspection tour of the American aviation industry in order to gain an understanding of America’s readiness for war. He found that America was far behind Germany in aeronautical war-making capabilities. So Lovett contacted his close friend James Forrestal (1892-1949) who had recently left Wall Street to become Undersecretary of the Navy. Lovett told Forrestal of his findings. Forrestal put Lovett in contact with a retired judge then serving as an assistant to the Secretary of War named Robert Patterson. After hearing Lovett’s plans for the expansion of American air power, Patterson facilitated a meeting between Lovett and Secretary of War Henry L. ‘Skull & Bones’ Stimson (1867-1950). Stimson acceded and in late 1940 President Roosevelt made both Lovett and another man by the name of John J. McCloy (1895-1989) special assistants to the Secretary of War. Stimson referred to McCloy and Lovett as his ‘Heavenly Twins.’ A third such assistant (and Skull & Bonesman) by the name of Harvey H. Bundy (1888-1963) was appointed to this same position shortly thereafter. By February of 1941 journalist Joseph Alsop was praising Lovett in his column.

Lovett had a cozy relationship with Henry Luce (Skull & Bones) and the bosses of the mainstream media of the time and he did favors for them in return for favorable press coverage. The Lovetts were good friends with Philip and Katherine Graham of The Washington Post. For many years Lovett served on the board of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). Isaacson writes, “Eugene Meyer, owner of The Washington Post, gave a series of parties to introduce the Lovetts to Washington. Among Lovett’s closest friends were such Yale chums as Charles Merz, the editorial director of The New York Times.”

As Lovett, in his new position as assistant to Secretary of War Stimson, began to help bring America’s air power up to speed, he became aware of a young bureaucrat in the Department of the Interior named Charles B. ‘Tex’ Thornton (1913-1981). Impressed with his work, Lovett persuaded young Tex to join the Army Air Corps. Lovett got Thornton a commission as a second lieutenant and put him to work. Tex Thornton soon became one of Lovett’s closest collaborators. The subject of Tex Thornton, the Whiz Kids, Ford Motors, Hughes Aerospace, Litton Industries, and all of their connections to the New Manhattan Project is far too much to go into here. Luckily, your author has already written an entire article about all of this. It’s called “Tex Thornton and the New Manhattan Project.” For more about this particular rabbit hole, please refer to this article.

Subsequently, for the position of Assistant Secretary of War for Air, Lovett was nominated by President Roosevelt and quickly confirmed by the Senate. His duties were to ensure the production of an adequate number of aircraft and to streamline the Army Air Force’s bureaucracy. To both of these ends Lovett relied upon Tex Thornton and his Whiz Kids. They were quite effective at it too. Isaacson writes, “In 1938, the Army Air Corps had 1,773 planes and trained 500 pilots. In 1942, it built 47,000 new planes and trained 30,000 pilots.”

Following the war, Lovett officially returned to Brown Brothers Harriman as a full partner on June 1, 1946. In mid-1947 Lovett left BBH once again and became Undersecretary of State. As George C. Marshall’s (1880-1959) Undersecretary of State, one of Lovett’s main tasks was the implementation of the post-war Marshall Plan and Lovett was instrumental in the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

The Lovetts occasionally dined at the home of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) man Frank Wisner (1909-1965). Wisner was the guy who formally accepted the surrender of Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen (1902-1979), then went on to secure American visas for Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists. Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists are heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project. Wisner also had a lot to do with the CIA airline Civil Air Transport which most probably went on to become the New Manhattan Project’s proprietary fleet of aircraft. For more details see the author’s book. But even more pertinently, Wisner’s son Frank Wisner, Jr. was the acting Secretary of State when the large-scale, domestic spraying operations began in 1996.

In very early 1949 Lovett resigned from his position as acting Secretary of State. Lovett then headed back to his partnership at Brown Brothers Harriman in April of 1949. In 1951 Lovett left BBH once again to become the 4th U.S. Secretary of Defense. Lovett resigned from the position of Sec Def in early 1953 and once again went back to Brown Brothers Harriman. Please note this revolving door between the government and BBH.

When JFK became president, he offered Lovett his choice of being the head of the department of State, Defense or Treasury – his choice. Lovett turned down all three, but suggested the three men who ended up in those positions.

Although he spent half his time on Wall Street, Lovett had a lasting impact on the Defense Department. David M. Jordan in his biography of Lovett writes:

“After Eisenhower set up the President’s Advisory Committee on Government Organization (called the Rockefeller Committee after its chairman, Nelson Rockefeller), Plan No. 6 drafted by the committee, covering the Defense Department, drew heavily on proposals left by Robert Lovett. The plan, which went into effect on June 30, 1953, abolished various boards, transferred their duties to the secretary, and authorized the secretary to name a general counsel and eight assistant secretaries to cover separate areas of the defense business.”

One of Robert Lovett’s children Robin Lovett went on to do work with organizations heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project. Robin Lovett graduated from Yale in 1949 with a degree in electrical engineering and went on to get his master’s degree in science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Robin then went to work for the DuPont Corporation of Wilmington, Delaware.

Robert A. Lovett continued his work as a partner at Brown Brothers Harriman until 1983 when, at the age of 88, Lovett was transferred to the status of a limited partner in the firm. Robert Lovett died on May 7, 1986.

But the post-war development of the New Manhattan project was a job much bigger than just one man. Lovett had a whole cohort of associates that most probably worked towards these ends. They all circulated throughout the Eastern establishment and they were commonly known as ‘the Wise Men.’ Presidents from FDR to Nixon consulted them. Between Robert Lovett’s biographer and the author of the leading book on the subject, the Wise Men reportedly consisted of: Lovett, the aforementioned John McCloy, William Averell Harriman (1891-1986), Dean Acheson (1893-1971), George Frost Kennan (1904-2005), Charles Eustis Bohlen (1904-1974), Eugene Black (1898-1992), Arthur Dean (1898-1987), Paul Hoffman (1891-1974), Roswell Gilpatric (1906-1996) and James J. Wadsworth (1905-1984).

The Air Force Scientific Advisory Board

One of the most important organizations to the post-war development of the New Manhattan Project is known as the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). This is a United States Air Force organization created in 1946 which, at the time, incorporated a specific mandate for producing new methods of controlling the weather and they have since produced many technologies relevant to the New Manhattan Project.

As written of extensively in the author’s book, the famous post-war exploits of three General Electric scientists (Langmuir, Schaefer & Vonnegut) had a significant and lasting impact upon the development of the New Manhattan Project (NMP). But at a deeper, classified level it was all about the SAB. The General Electric stuff was the public face of much more serious work going on behind the scenes.

Well-known for his production of intercontinental ballistic missiles, an Air Force General by the name of Bernard Schriever (1910-2005) was instrumental in the success of the SAB. General Schriever was in charge of an organization that fed scientists to the SAB. Because Schriever worked closely with men who facilitated the Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists such as Lieutenant General Donald Putt (1905-1988) and the aforementioned Frank Wisner, and the history of the development of the New Manhattan Project is riddled with former Nazi scientists, the evidence strongly suggests that General Schriever fed former Nazi scientists into the SAB who then worked on aspects of the New Manhattan Project.

General Bernard Schriever

Born in Germany and a German speaker, Schriever inherited General Henry H. ‘Hap’ Arnold’s (1886-1950) legacy. Beginning in 1933 Arnold served as a mentor and friend to young Schriever and Schriever went on to become a full colonel in the Army Air Force during WWII. Shortly after the end of the war, in order to promote science within the air force, Arnold ordered the formation of a new Scientific Liaison Branch within the Air Force Research and Engineering Division. This new Scientific Liaison Branch, through the SAB, provided employment opportunities for the former scientists of MIT’s wartime Radiation Laboratory. It was Schriever’s mission to run the Scientific Liaison Branch and continue the general promotion of science within the Army Air Force. The general promotion of science within the air force had been Arnold’s master thesis. Schriever also later fed scientists to another organization implicated in the NMP known as the Air Research and Development Command.

Schriever’s career involved many people and things implicated in the New Manhattan Project. During the war Schriever served under General George Kenney (1889-1977). After the war, Schriever worked with Teddy Walkowicz and Laurance Rockefeller (1910-2004). Schriever spent quite a bit of time working in research and development at Wright Field. The Lockheed C-141 Starlifter originated in one of Bennie’s study groups and went on to become a proprietary chemtrail sprayer. For details please see the author’s book.

The Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory (AFCRL) produced scientific apparatus at the behest of the SAB. Much of this was equipment highly pertinent to the New Manhattan Project. For more about what the AFCRL produced at the behest of the SAB with implications for the New Manhattan Project, please refer to the author’s article “The Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories and the New Manhattan Project.”

The RAND Corporation, which is highly implicated in the New Manhattan Project as well, directs the SAB. For more about the RAND Corporation and their implications for the New Manhattan Project, please refer to the author’s article “The RAND Corporation and the New Manhattan Project.”

Both Edward Teller (1908-2003) and John von Neumann (1903-1957) were members of the SAB. For details of Teller’s and von Neumann’s extensive implications in the NMP as well as further details of the SAB, please refer to the author’s book.

The AFSAB still exists today. They have a website. Their website frankly just offers way too much information to even begin to go over here and it may very well be a target of the author’s further investigations. Please beat me to it.

LBJ & the Good ol’ Boys

“I do understand power, whatever else may be said about me. I know where to look for it and how to use it.” -Lyndon Johnson

Audacious, grandiose, vain, racist, crude, sexist, lecherous, brilliant, bully, greedy, tenacious, a political animal: all these terms can be used to describe the legendary former United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-1973). He was not the type of person to let an opportunity like helping to develop the biggest scientific effort in history slip by. In fact, the evidence indicates that good ol’ LBJ was all in. The great progressive Texas Democrat advocated strongly and persistently for global weather control. He ran with others implicated in all of this. The evidence detailed here indicates that Texas was a hotbed of NMP activity. Here we go over the evidence indicating that President Lyndon Johnson and his cronies assisted greatly in the post-war development of the New Manhattan Project.

President Lyndon Baines Johnson

Johnson was owned by the giant Texas construction firm Brown and Root. This fact is pertinent to our investigation because Brown and Root was just the type of firm that could orchestrate large-scale, secret operations necessary for the development of the New Manhattan Project. Brown and Root was always ready for the largest government contracts; regardless of whether or not they had experience in that particular area. Whether it was dam building, rural electrification, shipbuilding or whatever the government requested, Brown and Root was perennially chosen to do the job. Much if not most of their work has been performed for the US military.

Johnson’s biographer Robert Caro writes:

“Brown & Root became, thanks to Johnson, an industrial colossus, one of the largest construction companies – and shipbuilding companies and oil-pipeline companies – in the world, holder of Johnson-arranged government contracts and receiver of Johnson-arranged government favors amounting to billions of dollars, suave George Brown and his fierce brother Herman became, in return, the principal financiers of Johnson’s rise to national power.”

In early 1940 Brown and Root was given a de facto exclusive on Navy contracts awarded in Texas as President Roosevelt instructed the Navy that Lyndon Johnson (Roosevelt’s man in Texas) was to be necessarily consulted in these matters. Subsequently the construction of the $100M Corpus Christi Naval Air Station was given to Brown and Root with a no-bid contract. Congressional funding of the base was fast-tracked and the aforementioned Under Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal went far out of his way to make sure that the job of building the base remained in the hands of Brown and Root.

Notable also to our investigation, at the behest of Lady Bird Johnson, who was running things for LBJ while he was away serving briefly in the Navy during WWII, our friend Robert Lovett facilitated the creation of Del Valle Army Air Base east of Austin. LBJ’s name figured prominently in the creation of this base.

A major aspect of Brown and Root’s business was the production of hydroelectric power-generating dams. This ties in with the NMP as weather modification activities have filled the reservoirs of such dams since 1947 and that water, with the help of hydroelectric generators, is turned into electrical power which is then turned into lots of MONEY. Brown and Root today has been integrated into Halliburton. Halliburton and their subsidiary Brown and Root was one of three contractors that were responsible for 90% of the construction contracts in Vietnam during the war – a war greatly enabled by Johnson.

Textron is implicated in all of this as well. Bell Helicopters was a prolific contributor to LBJ’s political campaigns. The Johnsons made a killing on their stock when Bell was given massive contracts for the production of helicopters used in the Vietnam War. LBJ used to fly around Texas making campaign stops in a Bell helicopter. Textron, the company that acquired Bell Helicopters and owns it to this day, is strongly implicated in the NMP. Please see the author’s article “Textron and the New Manhattan Project.”

Perhaps the most damming evidence here pertains to Johnson’s pervasive involvement in America’s early space programs. After all, he did say:

“The testimony of the scientists is this: Control of space means control of the world, far more certainly, far more totally than any control that has ever or could ever be achieved by weapons, or by troops of occupation. From space, the masters of infinity would have the power to control the earth’s weather, to cause draught and flood, to change the tides and raise the levels of the sea, to divert the Gulf Stream and change temperate climates to frigid… If, out in space, there is the ultimate position – from which total control of the earth may be exercised – then our national goal and the goal of all free men must be to win and hold that position.”

Following the war, U.S. representative Johnson was appointed to both the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy and the House Select Committee on Postwar Military Policy. Readers of this work understand that the term ‘atomic energy’ in Government Speak often means weather control.

LBJ was the driving political force behind the 1958 creation of NASA and in 1961 President Kennedy put Johnson in charge of the space program. Johnson was the chairman of President Kennedy’s nine member National Space Council which served as an advisory body for America’s space program. Members of the National Space Council included: James E. Webb (1906-1992), Dean Rusk (1909-1994), Whiz Kid Robert McNamara (1916-2009) and Glenn Seaborg (1912-1999). It was around that time that Seaborg was talking about ‘planetary engineering’ which is, of course, synonymous with today’s ‘geoengineering.’

President Kennedy signing the bill that created NASA

Many individuals heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project are from Texas. Vice Admiral William Raborn was from Texas. Raborn has a whole chapter dedicated to his work in the author’s book. Raborn was briefly the head of the CIA under Johnson when the infamous “Restoring the Quality of Our Environment” document came out in 1965. Two years earlier Raborn’s article about electromagnetic energy being used for weather control had been published. “Restoring the Quality of Our Environment” was a product of LBJ’s Environmental Pollution Panel of the President’s Science Advisory Committee. LBJ’s Texas buddy David Harold Byrd was all up in the Texas aerospace industry and you can bet that he would be religiously going along with whatever LBJ told him to do. The aforementioned Charles ‘Tex’ Thornton was from Texas. Our good friend Robert Lovett was born in Texas. General Bernard Schriever was raised in Texas.

It doesn’t stop there. Our BFF Gordon J.F. ‘How to Wreck the Environment’ MacDonald was LBJ’s science advisor. Harlan Cleveland (1918-2008), who has a whole section in the author’s book, was President Johnson’s Assistant Secretary of State. Tommy ‘the Cork’ Corcoran (1900-1981) was a big Johnson ally. That has implications for the Flying Tigers as much of the evidence presented in this essay does. In the 1930s the Rockefellers and their Standard Oil had a stranglehold on the production of oil in Texas. The Rockefellers are heavily implicated in the NMP. General Electric (GE) spent big money on advertisements appearing on LBJ’s radio station KTBC. The evidence strongly indicates that GE is central to the NMP. The head of the aforementioned RAND Corporation General Curtis LeMay (1906-1990) was close with Johnson’s inner circle. Johnson was one of the earliest congressional overseers of the CIA. This fact gave Johnson access to and contacts within the Agency. Overwhelming evidence outlined in the author’s book indicates that the CIA is and always has been central to the production of today’s New Manhattan Project. It truly goes on and on.

LBJ’s corruption was legendary. As a young man, he was called ‘Bull Johnson’ because he lied so much. Reputable sources say that Johnson would routinely take massive kickbacks and bribes for government contracts of all sorts. Men with suitcases full of cash would routinely enter Johnson’s office. But there is one documented tale of corruption involving Johnson that is particularly relevant to our investigation.

The White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico is heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project (please see the author’s book). It is then interesting to understand that in 1937, before the Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists began making the rockets that were used to launch satellites and map the atmosphere, a massive amount of gold was discovered at the site. Huge amounts of gold dory bars were found in the caverns of nearby Victorio Peak. Dory bars are bars of crudely refined gold, and billions of dollars worth of it was found at this site. The origins of these gold bars are unknown, but by 1955 the U.S. military had wrested control of the gold from the original finders. By 1961 the military was extracting the gold while claiming publicly that it did not exist. The gold flowed directly into the pockets of the military men conducting the cover-up. Major General John Shinkle (1912-1995) was reportedly one of the recipients of this gold. The Kennedy White House became aware of the gold and President Kennedy and his brother Robert personally inspected the gold in mid-1963. Vice President Johnson knew about it.

It has been reported that Johnson and Texas Governor John Connally assembled a team and equipment to excavate the gold (the entrance to at least one of the caverns had been sealed shut by an accidental explosion). A large load of the excavated gold was reportedly delivered to a Johnson ranch in Mexico. It is reported that Johnson was personally responsible for stealing most of the gold. LBJ’s cronies such as Congressman Earle Cabell reportedly joined in on the theft. As part of his apparent gold-stealing efforts LBJ created something called the LaRue Corporation to ostensibly cover his tracks.

The implications of all of this for our investigation of the New Manhattan Project are unclear. But when billions of dollars of unregistered gold is found at and then stolen from one of the New Manhattan Project’s most important sites – and stolen by people heavily implicated in the New Manhattan Project no less – it tends to raise suspicions.

As detailed in the author’s book, we do know for sure that Vonnegut et al. conducted space charge experiments highly relevant to the NMP in Texas in the early 1960s. Later, large-scale New Manhattan Project experiments took place in New Mexico (which borders Texas). These New Mexico experiments were centered around New Mexico Tech’s Langmuir Laboratory. New Mexico has many other important connections to the New Manhattan Project.

The common denominator in all of these early, large-scale experiments involving LBJ and his good ol’ boys may very well be Fort Bliss, TX. Fort Bliss, TX was where Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists were sent early on. These scientists would rotate into temporary stays at the relatively nearby White Sands Missile Range across the border in New Mexico where they worked on rockets that were used for meteorological purposes.

Conclusions

The New Manhattan Project has been financed by the banksters and brought into physical existence by the American military and their obsequious scientific establishment. That is what the historical evidence shows. It was largely hatched from within the U.S. east coast establishment (Tesla’s belongings were left in Manhattan), most probably by people like Robert Lovett, Harriman, Bush, Rockefeller and so many other Skull & Bonesmen. The earlier, smaller-scale scientific experiments were conducted in and around Boston, MA by Vonnegut et al. Then the larger-scale development of it – when you need just miles and miles of open land and sky in order to conduct complex operations – was most probably undertaken by men like Vice Admiral William Raborn, General Bernard Schriever, Teddy Walkowicz, Bernard Vonnegut, and Gordon J.F. MacDonald (see the author’s book) mainly in and around Texas. LBJ served as a conduit between the Eastern establishment and his fellow Texans. After all, he was known to keep the bourbon, beefsteak and blondes flowing better than anybody else. The investigation continues…

References

Robert A. Lovett and the Development of American Air Power a book by David M. Jordan, published by McFarland & Company 2019

The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made a book by Walter Isaacson, published by Simon & Schuster 1986

A Fiery Peace in a Cold War: Bernard Schriever and the Ultimate Weapon a book by Neil Sheehan, published by Random House 2009

The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path to Power a book by Robert A. Caro, published by Alfred A. Knopf 1982

The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Means of Ascent a book by Robert A. Caro, published by Alfred A. Knopf 1990

The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate a book by Robert A. Caro, published by Alfred A. Knopf 2002

The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Passage of Power a book by Robert A. Caro, published by Alfred A. Knopf 2012

The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ a book by Roger Stone and Mike Colapietro, published by Skyhorse Publishing 2013

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