Green River Killer (Case Study 2)

The former is Karl Willigut, Nazi occultist and member of Heinrich HImmler’s staff. He was conscripted at the age of 17 into the army of Milah I, King of Serbia and eventually received a commission. He served with distinction in WWI and attained the rank of colonel, retiring in 1918. He claimed to be the heir to secret knowledge he called Irminism. It was a form of Ariosophy, occult beliefs stemming from researching Aryans. He had been involuntarily committed to an asylum by his wife but was later released. His work for Himmler was in the development of Germany as the new religious center of the world they trying to dominate. He created rites and a mythos claiming it to be the “true German religion.” He was released from his appointment when Himmler found he had been involuntarily committed. His writings came back into interest in the 1990s by Neo Nazi, Neo paganism and National Socialist black metal.

The latter is mass murderer and soul harvester Gary Ridgeway, known as the “Green River Killer” after the river in Washington where he dumped the bodies of his victims. He murdered up to 71 women in the 80s and 90s. Like many mass murders, Ridgeway preyed on sex workers or “sinners” in line with religious traditions. He himself had been programmed, aware of it or not, to collecting souls to also be brainwashed, They can be used in their next lifetime for the political ambitions (Case Study 33) of a Controller or as part of a psychic harem.