The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye (in gematria=93) is a novel written by jewish mind controlled propaganda writer Jerome David Salinger, using the modernist stream of consciousness technique, published on 7/16/1951. Salinger was trained at Fort Holabird in Baltimore Maryland and Valley Forge Military Academy. Catcher is a term for the handler trapping the victim in his net (Monarch butterfly symbolism, groups working under one handler are called nets, Set trapping Horus, Prospero trapping Miranda on an island). Hebrew letter Vav means 'hook' (to catch a fish).

7/16 is the date of birth Set, d Mary Todd Lincoln, Mary Philbin (Man Who Laughs), Barbara Catherine Stanwyck, Ginger Catherine Rogers, Trinity Test, Faye Grant (Omen 4), Phoebe Cates, William Ferrell, launch Apollo 11, Corey Feldman, d Patsy Ruth Miller, Stephen Spender, JF Kennedy Jr plane crash, Eyes Wide Shut, i Robot, d Charles Sweeney (atom bomb), The Dark Knight, Harry Potter the Half Blood Prince, Inception, Dark Knight Rises, Wolverine.

Holden Morrissey Caulfield is the protagonist, a student at Pencey Preparatory Academy, based on Valley Forge Military Academy in Pennsylvania, school of Simeon Saxe-Coburg, Herbert Norman Schwartzkopf, Steve Agee (Suicide Squad), James Sturr ('King of Polka'), Wes Moore (Robin Hood Foundation). His teacher is called Mr Spencer like Diana Spencer.

His roommate Ward has a date with Jane Gallagher. Fed up with his 'phony' friends, he moves to NY. At Central Park he observes the ducks. He decides to go and see a Cary Grant movie (Grant played in None but the Lonely Hearts=Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts).

He gets into a conflict with prostitute Sunny and her pimp Maurice (like Maurice Conchis in The Magus) and fantasizes about killing him.  Sunny refers to a movie Captain Courageous of Victor Fleming (Wizard of Oz) with Spencer Tracy.

He goes ice skating with Sally Hayes (like Salinger, anima) at the Rockefeller Center. He meets his old class mate Carl Luce (Charles alter, Henry Luce owned Time magazine).

Out of nostalgia he visits his sister Phoebe (epiteth 'shining' of Greek goddess Artemis and Selene, one of the Titans, grandmother of Apollo, moon of Saturn).

As answer to the question wether he believes in something, he tells a fantasy of 'saving' children in a field of rye (crops associated with Saturn planet of harvest) by catching them before they fall off a cliff, based on the poem Comin' Thro' the Rye of Robert Burns.

He visits his teacher Mr Antolini but flees when he tries to have sex with him. He meets Phoebe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and she rides a carousel at Central Park Zoo.

The book was used in the programming of Mark David Chapman, programmed to kill singer John Lennon in a masonic murder ritual at the Dakota of Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby as a 'lone wolf' assassin (Lee Harvey Oswald archetype). Lennon was used in the music industry as lead singer of The Beatles in the cultural marxist program 'Pop culture', to announce the 911 Sharon Tate murders ritual.

Like Antichrist John Whiteside 'Jack' Parsons, Charles Manson and Jim Morrison, Lennon played the role of a John the Baptist false Christ figure (from House of David), with Yoko Ono as Mary Magdalene, announcing the birth of William V.

The book used the word 'phoney' (specific word as hypnotic trigger in delta programming, Steve Jobs presented the Apple I-phone), Chapman saw John Lennon as false Christ because of his statement in 1966 to be 'bigger than Jesus'.

Chapman killed Lennon on 12/8/1980 (2 years before birth William) at the Dakota Hotel on 9th Avenue of Rosemary's Baby with John Cassavetes and Mia Farrow about the birth of the Antichrist. Chapman was the name of the housekeeper who found the body of Manson's victim Sharon Tate. Lennon died after signing an autograph for a fan, like Robert Kennedy in the Ambassador Hotel.

Chapman was treated at Bellevue Hospital (while Lennon's body was taken to the Bellevue Morgue) by Dorothy Otnow Lewis (Dorothy Wizard of Oz programming), specialized in Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID or Multiple Personality Disorder).

The book was also used in programming of Robert John Bardo (US Air Force family, murder of actress and Professional Children's School alumni Rebecca Schaeffer)

In 1981 John Hinckley Jr, programmed with The Catcher in The Rye and Taxi Driver, supposedly tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan. George HW Bush of the Reagan administration praised the book.

Carl Jung published the Red Book (alchemical stage of reddening, rubedo).

The Catcher in The Rye in pop culture

1949 My Foolish Heart (based on Salinger's short story) Dana Andrews Susan Hayward as Eloise Winters Mark Robson (Bright Victory filmed at Valley Forge Hospital of Project Bluebird) RKO.

1953 Mogambo John Ford (CIA) Clark Gable Grace Kelly Ava Gardner as Eloise 'Honey Bear' Kelly singing Comin' Through the Rye MGM

1955 To Catch a Thief Grace Kelly (white glove announcing death of Marilyn Monroe)

1965 The Collector (Monarch butterfly programming, novel of John Fowles, used in the programming of serial killers Leonard Lake, Christopher Wilder, Robert Bordella) as Freddie Clegg Samantha Eggar (announcing Polanski's Samantha Geimer rape at Nicholson's house) scene with The Catcher in The Rye directed by William Wyler (like Willard White in Diamonds Are Forever) Columbia Pictures

1968 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Sally Ann Howes Robert Helpman (like Robert Hauptmann of Lindbergh baby ritual) as Child Catcher Ian Fleming Roald Dahl (like Ronald Reagan).

1976 Taxi Driver Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle Jodie Foster.

1977 Saturday Night Fever tag line Catch the Fever John Travolta as Tony

1978 Capricorn One Elliott Gould as Robert Caulfield Telly Savalas (Blofeld) Peter Hyams.

Damien Omen 2 William Holden (like Holden Caulfield, best man at wedding of Reagan, in Dear Ruth with Joan Caulfield) Stanley Mann (The Collector)

1980 The Shining (novel of Stephen King) Jack Nicholson (played Eugene O'Neill in Reds) red book scene with Carl Jung's Red Book (alchemical stage of reddening)

1984 Electric Dreams Maxwell Caulfield Virginia Madsen (The Number 23)

1991 Green Day (Billy Joe Armstrong) Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?

1994 Friends Central Park Phoebe (name Holden's sister) Elliot Gould.

1995 Morrisey single Sunny.

1997 Conspiracy Theory Mel Gibson (taxi driver like Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver) buys Catcher in the Rye Julia Roberts (like Robert De Niro, Robert John Bardo) jesuit Brian Helgeland produced by Richard Donner and Joel Silver. Morrissey Alma Matters.

1998 Ace of Bases The Flower Song reference to The Catcher in the Rye. Daredevil Marvel Comics.

2001 Vanilla Sky Tom Cruise as David living at the Dakota. The Majestic Laurie Holden Jennifer Garner.

2002 Catch Me If You Can Leonardo Di Caprio as con man ('phony') Frank Abagnale Jr watching James Bond, Ambassador Hotel of Howard Hughes and RFK ritual,  imprisoned at Alcatraz Tom Hanks as Carl Jennifer Garner

2006 The Killing of John Lennon Thomas McMahon IFC Films (AMC Networks). Bully video game word phony.

2007 Chapter 27 (broken glass=split mind) red book like the red book of Carl Jung, Lennon played by Mark Lindsay Chapman and Mark David Chapman by Joker Jared Leto (Suicide Squad, which featured the use of electroshocks) Judah Friedlander Lindsay Lohan (beetle in Herbie: Fully Loaded with Batman Michael Keaton) compares the Dakota to the Wizard of Oz

2015 Stephen King Finders Keeper. Life Is Strange video game

2021 My Salinger Year Sigourney Weaver.

2017 Rebel in the Rye Nicholas Hoult (Holden) as Salinger (Nicholas like The Magus, relationship with Jennifer Lawrence who played rebellion leader in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) Zoey Deutsch (jewish, daughter of Lea Thompson) as Oona O'Neill Kevin Spacey James Urbaniak (Kurt Gödel in Oppenheimer, Robert Crumb in American Splendour) Sarah Paulson (lesbian agenda with Holland Taylor) as agent Dorothy Olding Danny Strong.

2018 The Catcher Was a Spy Samuel Goudsmit Ben Lewin Paul Rudd Mark Strong as Werner Heisenberg Paul Giamatti (American Splendour) as Samuel Goudsmit.

JD Salinger

Mark David Chapman