The Interesting Case of Charles

The programming of this soul was achieved by a fascist psychologist Controller of Mordor in a different way. There may or may not have been programming between lifetimes. What we can tell is there was from his childhood on. As mentioned before in Creating a Spartan Army rape played a part in it.

Charles Manson’s mother was an alcoholic who spent time during his childhood in prison for assault and robbery. Charles’ life of crime started at the age of nine when he tried to burn down the school. He was involved in petty theft as a young boy and by the age of 15 he had stolen a car and committed armed robberies.

At the (Indiana Boys School), other students allegedly raped Manson with the encouragement of a staff member, and he was repeatedly beaten. He ran away from the school eighteen times” (Wikipedia).” Where the kids possessed or something? Where the staff programmed demon zombies?

In July 1961, he was transferred from the Los Angeles County Jail to the United States Penitentiary at McNeil Island, Washington where he stayed incarcerated until 1967. During this time he became infatuated with The Beatles and was introduced to hypnosis. It would be interesting to know what his dreams were about.

He moved to Berkeley and the rest is history.

Eduard Bernstein
Charles Manson

On the left is the birth chart of Eduard Bernstein. Bernstein was a German social-democratic politician who believed the realization of socialism could be achieved through peaceful means. The Controllers like the socialist part, not the peaceful means part. He was critical of pure Marxist ideology, including it’s anti Semitism and anti homosexual stance.

On the right is the birth chart of a reprogrammed soul; Charles Manson. Manson was the leader of the “Manson Family,” a group that believed a race war would bring about an end to our evil society. He gained these ideas as well as an infatuation with the Beatles at McNeil Island Federal Penitentiary in Washington State. He believed in creating chaos to stimulate a beginning to this war.

(see the essay The Interesting Case of Charles)

E Bernstein Death Chart