Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl was a British secret service propaganda writer of Norwegian descent, used to normalise pedophilia. He wrote children books Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BGF, Mathilda, Chitty Chitty (cc=33) Bang Bang about a pedophile Child Catcher (cc=33), based on a story of Crowley's friend Ian Fleming (James Bond). He was a pilot of the RAF and later worked at Camp X (the Farm) in Ontario Canada with Paul Dehn (Planet of the Apes).

He was educated at Repton School like Christopher Isherwood, with freemason Geoffrey Francis Fisher as headmaster, who later crowned Elizabeth II. He worked for Royal Dutch Shell in Africa.

In 1940 he worked for the British Security Co-ordination at Rockefeller Center, with William Stephenson, Ian Fleming, Cedric Belfrage (The National Guardian, supporter of Henry Wallace), Alexander Halpern (Russian Revolution, government of Alexander Kerensky), Gilbert Highet (Columbia University), David Ogilvy (advertising, Camp X). They worked with the OSS and make anti-German war propaganda with the New York Post, the Baltimore Sun.

He married Patricia Neil in 1953. Neil played in 20th Century Fox movie The Day the Earth Stood Still with Michael Rennie (The Leys School like Arthur Rank and Amschel Mayor Rothschild) and Hugh Marlowe (Pasadena Playhouse) based on a novel of Harry Bates, who worked with Robert Heinlein. Like Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Stranger Land, it was set in Walter Reed Army Hospital of Project Bluebird. At Northwestern University, she was a roommate of Jean Hagen (MGM movie Singin' In the Rain).

Neill also played in ITV series Espionage, The Waltons with Will Geer, Warner Bros movies John Loves Mary with Ronald Reagan, Operation Pacific with John Wayne (JBS) and Martin Milner and Breakfast at Tiffany's with Audrey Hepburn and Mickey Rooney (novella of Truman Capote, adapted by George Axelrod of The Manchurian Candidate). She was trained at the Actors Studio and played in A Face in the Crowd of Elia Kazan (ACCF). She was a member of Pi Beta Phi like Faye Dunaway, Margaret Truman and Barbara Bush.

His daughter Tessa Dahl posed for Richard Avedon (Harper's Bazaar) and married actor Julian Holloway (Doctor Who, Beverly Hills 90210 of Fox). She had affairs with David Hemmings, Peter Sellers and Brian De Palma. She played in 20th Century Fox movie Royal Flash with Malcolm McDowell, Lionel Jeffries (also in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) and Bitt Ekland (wife of Lou Adler) and in Leopard in the Snow with Keir Dullea.

Her daughter Sophie Dahl married musician Jamie Cullum and posed as the Whore of Babylon for the YSL campaign of Tom Ford (gay agenda).

His granddaughter Phoebe Dahl is used to push the gay agenda.

He worked for CBS show Suspense, BBC show That Was the Week that Was (ww=33) with David Frost.

He wrote for Playboy.

In 1979 ITV produced Tales of the Unexpected.

In 2005 Warner Bros released Charlie and the Charlie Factory with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, directed by Tim Burton, who also made Planet of the Apes movies.

In 2021 Netflix bought the Roald Dahl Story Company.

Astrological chart

born 9/13/1916, date Dante, Cesare Borgia, William Cecil, Tyler Perry, Rosemary Kennedy, d Tupac Shakur.

Dom: Leo (Lust), Aries, Virgo - Neptune (imagination, illusion), Uranus, Moon.

Neptune conj Venus and Lilith in Leo, Pluto and Saturn in Cancer, Sun in Virgo, Mercury in Libra.

died 11/23/1990, d Klaus Kinski, Miley Cyrus.


1943 The Gremins
1961 James and the Giant Peach
1964 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
1966 The Magic Finger
1970 Fantastic Mr Fox
1972 Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator
1975 Danny the Champion of the World
1978 The Enormous Crocodile
1980 The Twits
1981 George's Marvelous Medicine (elements of Alice in Wonderland)
1982 The BFG
1983 The Witches
1984 Boy: Tales of Childhood
1985 The Giraffe and the Pelley and Me
1988 Matilda character Matilda Wormwood (also character of Dante's Divine Comedy)
1990 Esio Trot

Roald Dahl in Popular Culture

1967 You Only Live Twice Sean Connery as James Bond screenplay of Dahl Donald Pleasence Lois Maxwell Charles Gray United Artists
1968 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (castle of Ludwig II) Dick van Dyke Benny Hill music by Sherman brothers (Disney) United Artists
1971 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Gene Wilder screenplay by David Seltzer (The Omen, Lucas with Corey Haim) Paramounts Pictures
1983 Gremlins Joe Dante
1989 The BFG ITV
1990 The Witches Nicolas Roeg Anjelica Huston Rowan Atkinson Warner Bros produced by Jim Henson
1994 Esio Trot audiobook by Michael Palin (Monty Python)
1996 Mathilda directed by Danny DeVito Mara Wilson (related to Ben Shapiro of Breitbart News) Paul Reubens (Church of the Subgenius with Frank Zappa) screenplay by son of Elia Kazan
2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Johnny Depp
2016 The BFG (pink sky: dissociation) Ruby Barnhill (ruby slippers Wizard of Oz) Penelope Wilton as Elizabeth II Rebecca Hall produced by Steven Spielberg
2020 The Witches Chris Rock Anne Hathaway Stanley Tucci
2022 Mathilda Netflix


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory