Walter Bedell Smith

Walter Bedell 'Beetle' Smith was director of the CIA from 1950 to 1953, succeeding Roscoe Hillenkoeter, playing a role in Project Bluebird and Project Artichoke during the Korean War. Beetle like William Holden (William Franklin Beedle) and The Beatles (Khepri symbolism), used in the programming of the Manson Family, based on the Book of Revelation. From 1953 to 1954 he was US Under Secretary of State under Dwight Eisenhower. He was a member of the Order of the Bath, Legion of Honour, Order of the Netherlands Lion (House of Orange) and  the Committee for United Europe who helped forming the European Union. Smith=Tubalcain, child of Lucifer.

He oversaw Project Bluebird and Artichoke at Walter Reed Army Hospital with Morse Allen and  Paul Gaynor (expert in homosexual blackmail), supported by Hamilton Fish and eugenicist and nazi sympathizer John Trevor Jr (Naval Research Laboratory, Trudeau Institute, director of Pioneer Fund), son of John Trevor Sr (Legion of Honour of the Bonaparte's, trustee of American Museum of National History).

He narrated To Hell and Back of Universal Pictures with Audie Murphy, Marshall Thompson (University High School with Marilyn Monroe), Charles Drake, directed by Jesse Hibbs (Lake Forest Academy like Bill Ayers of Weather Underground, Jay Chandrasekhar, James Aubrey of MGM, John Agar married to The Blue Bird actress Shirley Temple), produced by Aaron Rosenberg.

Audie Murphy (Legion of Honour, trained at Fort Meade, later hq of NSA) narrated War is Hell, the movie Lee Harvey Oswald was watching when arrested and died in a plane crash. Marshall Thompson also played in The Tall Target (announcing the JFK ritual) and The Cult of the Cobra with Faith Domergue.

born 10/5/1895, date Kate Winslet (married Edward Abel Smith), Guy Pearce (amnesia in Memento), Nicky Hilton Rothschild, first James Bond, Jesse Eisenberg, death Steve Jobs, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Donald Pleasence, Bob Geldof.

died 8/9/1961, date atom bomb on Nagasaki, 911 Sharon Tate ritual of the Manson family, Eric Bana, supposedly on his way to Walter Reed Army Hospital.

Smith in pop culture

1962 The Longest Day Alexander Knox (president in You Only Live Twice) as Smith Ken Annakin John Wayne Henry Fonda Curd Jürgens Sean Connery (James Bond) Rod Steiger Mel Ferrer Paul Anka (MK slave Annette Funicello) Rogert Wagner (The Pink Panther, married to Jill St John) 20th Century Fox

1970 Patton Edward Binns (Actors Studio, Judgement at Nuremberg, Compulsion of Richard Fleischer) as Smith George C Scott Karl Malden James Edwards (The Manchurian Candidate) Tim Considine (Mickey Mouse Club)

1979 Ike: the War Days JD Cannon (Lancer, Bonanza, Raise the Titanic) as Smith Robert Duvall (To Kill a Mockingbird) as Eisenhower Lee Remick (mother of Antichrist in The Omen)

1986 The Last Days of Patton Don Fellows (The Omen, Space 1999, Electric Dreams, Superman IV of Menahem Golan) as Smith George C Scott as Patton Eva Marie Saint Murray Hamilton

1989 War and Remembrance ABC Charles Napier Robert Mitchum Jane Seymour Polly Bergen Sharon Stone Peter Graves (Mission Impossible) GD Spradlin

2003 Cambridge Spies BBC Angus Wright as Guy Lidell

2004 Ike: Countdown to D-Day A&E Timothy Bottoms Tom Selleck

Project Bluebird