Klaus Kinski

Klaus Kinski was a German mind controlled actor, used in the media and European film industry (movies of Jesus Franco and Werner Herzog) to normalize pedophilia. His daughter Ruth Tocki, Natassja Kinski  played the mirror image of Sharon Tate (also born 1/24), the main character in the 911 Sharon Tate murders ritual to announce the birth of Antichrist William. She was discovered by Roman Polanski at age 15 and played in satanic movie To the Devil A Daughter as Catherine, similar to Tate's Eye of the Devil and Polanski's Antichrist movie Rosemary's Baby.

Natassja Kinski=Satan's Kin=Susan Atkins of Charles Manson's Manson Family. He divorced his wife in 1968, the year of Rosemary's Baby (in RB Mia Farrow has book of Alfred Kinsey=Kinski). She lived in a commune in Munich. Her daughter with jesuit trained Quincy Jones, is jesuit trained Kenya Kinski-Jones, used in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar,...

In 1988 he published his autobiography All I Need Is Love (references to The Beatles).

In 2013 his daughter Pola (=Polanski) Kinski accused him of sexual abuse.

His son Nikolaj Kinski played in Point Break (surfing= edging in sex magic, remake of movie with Keanu Reeves), The Countess with William Hurt and Aeon Flux (20 Aeon) with Charlize Theron.

His granddaughter Sonja Kinski played in Somewhere of Sophia Coppola.

Astrological chart

born 10/18/1926, date Lee Harvey Oswald, Freida Pinto, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Zac Efron, Michael Aquino of Anton LaVey's Church of Satan, death Andreas Baader

Asc: Cancer, mc: Pisces. Dom: Pisces (the Moon), Cancer, Libra - Moon, Uranus, Pluto.

10: Moon and Uranus in Pisces.

died 11/23/1991.

Filmography

1948 Morituri
1954 Roberto Rossellini Ingrid Bergman
1955 Ludwig II
1955 Hanussen
1961 Bankraub in der Rue Latour Curd Jurgens (MI6 propaganda James Bond)
1962 The Puzzle of the Red Orchid Christopher Lee
1963 The Secret of the Black Widow
1963 Kali Yug Goddess of Vengeance
1964 Traitor's Gate Catherine Schell
1965 The Dirty Game Terence Young (James Bond) Henry Fonda
1965 For a Few Dollars More Sergio Leone Clint Eastwood Lee Van Cleef United Artists produced by Alberto Grimaldi
1965 Doctor Zhivagi Julie Christie Geraldine Chaplin Jack McGowran (movie with Sharon Tate)
1968 The Cats (Bastardi) Rita Hayworth
1969 Venus in Furs (also movie of Polanski)
1969 Marquis de Sade: Justine Romina Power (daughter of Tyrone Power, married to son of pedophile Balthus) Rosemary Dexter Jack Palance Rosalba Neri Jesus Franco
1969 Five for Hell Sal Borgese
1970 Count Dracula (Bram Stoker HOGD, prince Charles bloodline) Christopher Lee Jesus Franco
1971 Jesus Christ Redeemer monologue.
1971 A Fistful of Death Jeff Cameron
1971 Eye of the Spider (=Eye of the Devil)
1971 Shoot the Living and Pray For the Dead (tagline Pray for Rosemary's Baby)
1972 Aguirre the Wrath of God Werner Herzog 
1973 Death Smiles at a Murderer Joe D'Amato
1975 The Net (Crowley's novel Moonchild or the Butterfly Net, novel of Laurel Canyon resident Hans Habe)  Elke Sommer (with Tate in the Wrecking Crew)
1975 A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe Sergio Leone Patrick McGoohan (The Prisoner) Jean Martin (French resistance, plays of Beckett)
1975 Footprint on the Moon Esmeralda Ruspoli (black nobility)
1975 That Most Important Thing: Love Romy (Rosemary) Schneider Roger Blin (Beckett plays)
1976 Jack the Ripper Jesus Franco
1976 Lifespan Hiram Keller (Satyricon)
1977 Death of a Corrupt Man Alain Delon
1979 Nosferatu the Vampyre (Sharon Tate and Polanski acted in the Fearless Vampire Killers) Werner Herzog
1979 Woyzeck
1980 Haine Maria Schneider (anal rape scene in Last Tango in Paris)
1982 Fitzcarraldo Claudia Cardinale (8/9, date death Sharon Tate) Jean-Claude Dreyfus
1982 The Soldier William Prince (year of birth prince William) Ned Eisenberg
1982 Love & Money James Toback
1984 The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud
1985 Creature (eyes of Rosemary's Baby)
1987 Timestalkers CBS Tim Russ (Star Trek)
1988 Vampire in Venice Christopher Plummer Donald Pleasence
1989 Kinski Paganini
1999 My Best Friend Werner Herzog

Natassja Kinski

Sharon Tate

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