On the left is the death chart of Karl Harrer (8 October 1890 – 5 September 1926) founder of the DAP or Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, the German Worker’s Party. This organization would later morph into the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei better known as the NAZI party. Hitler was sent by German Military intelligence to infiltrate the party and ended up transforming it from a semi secret society into a populist movement. Harrer left the organization as he was opposed to this transformation. Harrer was a right wing political author and white supremacist. Hitler honored him with the title Reichs Chancellor.
On the right is the birth chart of James Earl Ray (March 10, 1928 – April 23, 1998). Ray was deeply interested in the election campaign of George Wallace and his segregationist stance. He was also interested in emigrating to Rhodesia to live in an apartheid like society. Ray is best known for the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.
There are many conspiracy theories involving the FBI, Military Intelligence, the Memphis PD and others. One theory is about a 2nd white Ford Mustang (like the one driven by Ray) being parked on the same block as the hotel where Ray had checked in. Later a car chase (pursuit of a white Mustang) ensued that lured the police north, while Ray drove south out of town. Officials deny the chase ever took place, effectively whitewashing this theory.
Ray went to Canada, London, Portugal and back to London. He was attempting to go to Rwanda were he thought he would be welcome as a hero. Or rather where his guide (claiming to have been Erwin Rommel) thought he would. He was arrested there two months after the assassination. He plead guilty and avoided the death penalty. Three days after his conviction he recanted his confession.
James Earl Ray was probably not so much brainwashed as guided. He His handler was only 22, his first attempt to start a race war.
One thing we can say for sure, it’s difficult to start a race war when a influential black man is stumping for peace. See Case Study 10.