The OCCK Psychic

Philip Jordan, Psychic Investigator

 

Detective Robertson decided that the task force should turn to a psychic for help to help solve the OCCK case. They contacted CIA/DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) asset Dr Russell Targ of the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) for help. Pioneering work in psychic research had been done by Targ, Hal Puthoff, and Andrija (Henry) Puharich. These men were largely making the occult and all things psychic mainstream, much to the delight of corporate America.

As written in the report it states that Targ advised them they should contact Mr Karliss Ogis of the American Society for Psychological Research. Perhaps this a Freudian slip in the notes, but it should be stated that it is the American Society for Psychical Research.

They decided to use Philip Jordan of New York, who was a special deputy sheriff with the Tioga County Sheriffs Department, New York and had had some success in solving cases for them. During this time, the Daily News had requested he work on the Son of Sam case, and he was waiting to hear back from them on this venture.

Philip Jordan tapped into some very intriguing information that would correlate with various facets of the case; in particular, the rope art work Helen Dagner described on John Hasting’s wall.

They dubbed it ‘Operation ESP’ just like a military type op. At the end of this ‘operation’ Detective Robertson felt it was all about ‘feelings’ and ‘innuendos.’ He noted that, “After a complete review of Operation ESP, it is felt that nothing further can be gained by spending additional time on information that cannot be pinpointed.”

Why they decided to use a psychic and never follow up on any of these very pertinent leads is anyone’s guess. Perhaps because he was the point man for the military industrial complex Detective Robert Robinson knew it was all a show.

Psychic Philip Jordan stressed that he felt it was very important to investigate details and evidence surrounding the first victim, Mark Stebbins. He felt that this particular abduction was very well thought out.

Most likely there were connections to people associated with the American Legion Hall, the last place victim Mark Stebbins was seen.  These same people may be associated with the other three children’s abductions and murders.  The comings and goings of the people associated with that hall should be investigated, along with their inter-relationships.

 

Sources Cited:

Jack Heart, Jack Heart: Puharich Primer,

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2021/05/04/jack-heart-puharich-primer/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Targ

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_E._Puthoff

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrija_Puharich

https://www.encyclopedia.com/science/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/osis-karlis-1917-1997

OCCK-Files-1:

https://catherinebroad.blog/2021/02/14/my-brother-did-not-stand-a-chance/

https://catherinebroad.blog/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/OCCK-Files-1.pdf

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Detroit Art: A Tangled Web of Illicit Dealings

How did the tangled weavings really begin? Can we ever really know? We can choose a thread and begin to unravel it.
Perhaps it started with Ian Hornak, the beautiful gay artist with luscious blond hair and equally florid paintings; who is credited with being one of the founders of the Hyperrealist and Photorealist fine art movements.

Artist Ian Hornak at Work

During a visit to his house for an interview, the writer thus described the interior: “Formidably flamboyant paintings blazed from the dark walls: a vase of riotously unsettling flowers, a portrait of a preening macaw, a bowl of demented-looking tulips. Combined with some chaotically gesturing potted plants and his two pet parrots, they deepened the exotic spell, evoking a kind of wild kingdom.”¹

Hornak’s partner was Julius Rosenthal Wolf, the vice president of General Amusement Corporation, which was at one time the second largest talent management agency in the world. When Wolf died on June 11, 1976, John G. Heimann, who was Comptroller of the Currency under President Jimmy Carter, served as executor of Wolf’s estate.²

Hornak palled around with many of the famous avant-garde art crowd.  He was friends with Andy Warhol.

 

Ian Hornak foreground, Andy Warhol background

 

Robert Mapplethorpe was also part of this crowd. Mapplethorpe has been tied by multiple sources to the “Son of Sam” serial killer David Berkowitz, The Process Church, and the unsolved murder of photographer Ronald Sisman. A convicted banker robber, Jesse Turner, who had once lived with Mapplethorpe, told author Maury Terry that Mapplethorpe had asked him to arrange the killing of Ronald Sisman, who had a snuff film of one of the Son of Sam murders.³ Mapplethorpe’s lovers included Jack Fritscher, ex-priest and exorcist, who served on the board of directors of the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA)4 and Sam Wagstaff, curator at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA).5

In 1974 DIA Director Fred Cummings, said of Hornak’s art: “The exotic landscapes he began to paint were evocations of a world partly inside the mind but also with a very real existence outside…I was deeply interested in the implications of these paintings.”6

 

Ian Hornak. Sorcerer Series: Beast Head, Spider Web, Photorealism, circle of Chuck Close 1969

 

 

Photorealist painter Ian Hornak photographed in his studio on March 11, 1971. (Photo by Jack Mitchell/Getty Images)

 

 

Ian Hornak. Sorcerer Series: Floating Women and children, 1969.

 

Indeed.

DIA Director Fred Cummings came to the institute in 1964, receiving recommendations from Ellis Waterhouse, an English art historian and lifelong friend of Anthony Blunt, who was Surveyor of the Queen’s Pictures, a specialist in Poussin, buggerer of boys and an accused murderer.7,8

Anthony Blunt. “Poussin has always remained my first love.”

 

Cummings appreciated the talent that Larry Fleischman, president of the Arts Commission, had in procuring paintings. It was Fleischman who acquired the painting “The Nightmare,” by Henry Fuseli. He managed to acquire it with local businessman Bert Smokler for very little.9   Sigmund Freud had a copy in his apartment in Vienna in the 1920s.10

 

The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli

 

DIA Director Fred Cummings was described as a man who enjoyed chatting up Fortune 500 moguls and dining with European royalty, and he become increasingly resented by DIA employees for his “Hollywood Connection.” He was accused of running an imperial directorship based on a palace guard of pals in California, dubbed “The Valley Boys.”11

These two “Valley Boy” friends Ron Winokur, an art dealer and former museum employee, and filmmaker Dennis Bogorad, moved to Los Angeles, California in 1978. Winokur, described as brilliant with a wicked sense of humor, could well work the wheels of the art world. When offered a collection of nineteenth century French paintings he sent a client to Christie’s Auction House, where he received twenty times what he was originally asking.12At the DIA he was under scrutiny for his purchase of a sculpture by Paul Manship, “The Moods of Time: Evening” for Mrs Allen Shelden 3rd, effectively undercutting the then museum’s curator of modern art, Jay Bellioli, because he was replaced with Winokur by Cummings. Winokur would not disclose how much he received as a finder’s fee for the piece. Bogorad also undercut another employee under DIA contract, Hermann Tauchert, to do an educational film that was to accompany a museum exhibition called “From a Mighty Fortress: Prints and Drawings from the Veste Coburg Collection.” Tauchert’s budget called for $60,000, while the ten minute film by Bogorad cost around $90,000.13

Eventually there was a state senate committee that looked into the way the museum and the city were handling public funds. The city held up funds going to the Founders Society (a group of wealthy DIA benefactors) waiting on conditions of a new contract stipulating exact administrative procedures the society was to follow. State Senator Jack Faxon, composer of the bill establishing the Michigan Council for the Arts and supporter of Fred Cummings chastised the city of Detroit stating that, “If the city is going to try to exact these kinds of conditions in order to gain a contractual relationship to their satisfaction they might expect the state to do the same to the city.”14

Senator Jack Faxon was an artist and avid art collector.  After he died his collection came up for auction at Du Mouchelles.15  Faxon was also under scrutiny during the Oakland County Child Killer (OCCK) investigation. He was friends with Kent Shultz, a man who wound up serving three 20-40 year sentences for multiple Child Sexual Conduct-1 (CSC-1, child rape). He was also friends with Frances Shelden, owner of North Fox Island, who was also wanted for questioning pertaining to the OCCK, and who escaped to the Netherlands. The North Fox Island client list was heavily redacted. Faxon may have been on it. Faxon was never questioned by the FBI.16,17

Sources Cited:

1) Patsy Southgate, Ian Hornak: Creating an Art Apart, The East Hampton Star, https://easthamptonstar.com/Archive/1/Ian-Hornak-Creating-Art-Apart.

2) Julius Rosenthal Wolf, Wikipedia/WordDisk, https://worddisk.com/wiki/Julius Rosenthal Wolf/.

3) Torchy Blane, Robert Mapplethorpe: Promoting Cultural Degeneracy, Weaponizing Modern Art, The Renegade Tribune, https://www.renegadetribune.com/robert-mapplethorpe-promoting-cultural-degeneracy-weaponizing-modern-art/.

4) Jack Fritscher, Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Fritscher.

5) Deborah Solomon, ‘Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe,’ by Philip Gefter, The New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/07/books/review/wagstaff-before-and-after-mapplethorpe-by-philip-gefter.html.

6) Ian Hornak: definition of Ian_Hornak and synonyms of Ian_Hornak (English), https://dictionary.sensagent.com/Ian_Hornak/en-en.

7) Ellis Waterhouse, Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellis_Waterhouse.

8) JIMMY SAVILE; ROTHSCHILD; ANTHONY BLUNT; MI5, Aangirfan, https://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2012/10/jimmy-savile-rothschild-anthony-blunt.html

9) Oral history interview with Frederick James Cummings, 1982 July 22, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, https://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/interviews/oral-history-interview-frederick-james-cummings-12572.

10) Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare, 1781, https://www.dia.org/art/collection/object/nightmare-45573.

11) Michael Brenson, Troubles at the Detroit Museum Raise a Plethora of Issues, The New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/1983/10/23/arts/troubles-at-the-detroit-museum-raise-a-plethora-of-issues.html.

12) Ron Winokur d.2/25/2006 in Los Angeles, Tribes of the Cass Corridor & Forum, http://corridortribe.com/obits/ron_winokur.htm.

13) Brenson, Troubles at the Detroit Museum.

14) Ibid.

15) DuMouchelles, Press Releases, https://www.dumoart.com/PressReleases.

16) Narrative Police Report, Detective Cory Williams. https://catherinebroad.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/ex-michigan-senator-jack-faxon.pdf.

17) Catherine Broad, Ex-Michigan Senator Jack Faxon, What the Hell is the Deal with the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation? https://catherinebroad.blog/2020/08/24/ex-michigan-senator-jack-faxon/.

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Vatican Modern Art: The Detroit Connection

When Pope Paul IV said that the “smoke of Satan had now entered the Church of God“¹ he decided to use Modern Art as a tool to reflect this unholy reverence.  The artwork especially made for this Satanic purpose would be called La Resurrezione (The Resurrection).

The Resurrection by Pericle Fazzini

The bronze sculpture had been commissioned by Pope Paul VI to Pericle Fazzini in 1965; this would be at the conclusion of the second Vatican Council. The work was inaugurated in the presence of Paul IV in September 1977.²

At the end of his life Fazzini wrote,“Death and life, one thing: they are part of the infinite mystery of men and invisible insects that are equal in this ever more mysterious universe that is never consumed.”³

Interesting thoughts by one who was commissioned to create The Resurrection sculpture that portrayed Jesus rising from a nuclear blast in the Garden of Gethsemane.

It appears that the time period of the commissioning the art and the inauguration of the diabolical statuary was part of a magickal working designed by those in the know who had ushered in the smoke of Satan. Those within the know may attend one of the four Scottish Rite lodges situated within eight city blocks that make up the Vatican State; many of the highest Vatican officials are Freemasons.4

Clearly the infiltration of the modern art crowd was just the provenance the Vatican needed in order to guide the faithful towards it’s modernist ideals.  The Vatican American art agent, Lawrence Fleishman, Detroit native and owner of the Kennedy Galleries in New York, was in charge of obtaining art for Pope Paul’s approval. The pontiff clearly had a preference for Jewish artists, almost 60 percent of his selections were by Jewish artists, perhaps reflecting the Church’s reorientation with other faiths through the proclamation Nostra Aetate.5 

Lawrence Fleischman worked with the homosexual Cardinal Terence Cooke to establish the Friends of the Vatican Museum.  Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza was on the museum’s committee. Interestingly, Barbara Fleischman described the baron as, “…a very, very patrician man, but very wicked—…and very much fun. She also said that, “…his friendship with Larry [her husband] was very, very special.6,7 The Thyssen family were wealthy patriotic German industrialists who supported Hitler during the war.8

The Fleischmans were also good friends with Archbishop Paul Marcinkus, who was accused by Anthony Raimondi of killing Pope John Paul I.9 Not only was the archbishop involved in Vatican art procurements, but he was basically the pope’s right hand man in financial affairs.

Marcinkus was president of the Vatican bank and after Pope Paul’s death in 1978 he was reconfirmed as president of the bank by Pope John Paul II, who ordained him as an archbishop in 1981. He was then indicted in the multibillion dollar financial collapse of the Banco Ambrosiana in 1982.10

He is quoted as saying, “You Can’t Run a Church on Hail Marys.”

Marcinkus is also accused of ordering the kidnapping of 15 year old Emanuela Orlandi, who disappeared on June 22, 1983.11

 

Sources Cited

  1. Donald R. McClarey, Pope Paul VI and the Smoke of Satan, https://catholicstand.com/109/.
  2. le Mie Marche, The Marche extraordinary art of Pericle Fazzini, https://www.lemiemarche.net/en/larte-marchigiana-pericle-fazzini/.
  3. Valerio Rivosecchi, “FAZZINI, Pericle.” Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani – Volume 45,  (1995),  https://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/pericle-fazzini_(Dizionario-Biografico)/.
  4. Novus Ordo Watch, The Vatican’s Hell Hall: The Weird Mysteries of the Paul VI Audience Hall, https://novusordowatch.org/2020/07/vatican-hell-hall-weird-mysteries-paul6-auditorium/.
  5. “Vatican American Art Agent, Lawrence Fleischman, to Speak,” The Detroit Jewish News, October 19, 1973.
  6. Randy Engel, The “Uncle Teddy” McCarrick case, http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/engel/180629.
  7. Oral history interview with Barbara Fleischman, 2011 Dec. 27-2012 Jan. 23. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. https://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/interviews/oral-history-interview…
  8. John de Nugent, The Jewish lie that Big Business and Wall Street backed Hitler, https://www.johndenugent.com/the-jewish-lie-that-big-business-and-wall-street-backed-hitler/.
  9. Anthony S. Luciano Raimondi, When the Bullet Hits the Bone (New York: Page Publishing Inc.), 145-49.
  10. Adam Bernstein, “Paul Marcinkus, Indicted in Bank Scandal,” The Washington Post, February 22, 2006, https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/2006/02/22/paul-marcinkus-indicted-in-bank-scandal/fea696ad-eab3-42a4-b494-dff14d837c7e/.
  11. John Hooper, “Rome prosecutors link Vatican cleric to 29-year mystery of missing girl,” The Guardian, April 12, 2012, https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/apr/12/prosecutors-link-vatican-missing-girl.

 

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Fake Assassination Attempt on Pope John Paul II

The 1963 Vatican Enthronement of Lucifer: A ‘Windswept House’ Update

 

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