The 60’s was an era of war, rebellion , LSD, Organized crime , and Murder.
While Charles Manson who served half of his 32 years of his life in prison
was released in March of 1967. Rumor has it that Charley studied Scientology
during his time in Prison and was a member of the church of Scientology.
While in the terminal was in doctrine in to the Aryan Brotherhood, and learned While in the prison how to communicate by cipher. This was how they communicated.
The brotherhood developed this form of passing notes and had there own cipher
called the Aryan cipher. This gang was started to protect white prisoners from black gangs in the California prison system. This group was involved in organized crime trafficking. Drugs prostitution porn and aligned there self’s with the Hells Angels in Oakland, and other outlaw biker gangs in California.
That day in March 1967 Manson moved in with a a inmate he meet,
JOE BONANNO JR
were moving there east cost drug and laundering operations
out west. Looking for groups and bike gangs to sell their goods sic career, but Charlie had his own ideas.
Joseph Bonanno who was one of the 5 original mafia families of New York City found himself in a strange predicament in the 1960s.
The Banana war had placed him in the awkward position of having to reposition himself In the Heroin trade. This would mean he would have to relocate .Finding himself under pressure to share more of this lucrative trade Bonanno repositioned himself so he could strategize out of Montreal Canada and on the west Coast. Under increasing pressure from the other families it forced him into a fake retirement.
SO his Son Bill Bonanno and Joe Bonanno Jr took over the families business.
Relocating with his sons to Arizona his family and relatives also held houses and property in Campbell Sanfrancisco and also San Jose California. San Jose California was and is where most of the Bonanno family and relatives operate out of.
Joseph Bonanno now stood to with his connections through the Knights of malta and banking connections to form an allegiance that fulfilled his dream of creating la cosa Nostra.
Joseph Bonanno was also a very devote Roman Catholic and had ties to the Knight s of Malta and Opus Deo
The Bonanno family held connections to the CIA and Military and high level government official ‘s and was good friends with Myer lansky.. This elite hit squad Murder inc linked into Scientology mafia and process mafia Order of the black Cross.
The CIA and Navy military held a huge position in the fact that it was running drugs. They all were forming a Union which as we will get into later helped form the hidden imagery of the Zodiac murders.
The Halloween Card was a prime example of this bragging of the fact they were forming allegiances with the Hells Angels and Pagans. Written in the card are all of the names of high profile biker gangs.
Kenneth Anger helped to formulate this Union with his underground movies such as Scorpio rising.
It had ties into Freemasonry, the Pacific Union Club and banking community . Some very high names in government were involved and old rich families that date back to the 1800’s in San Francisco history..
The Bonanno family could do nothing though without allegiances being formed with other west coast family. Myer lansky and Joseph Bonanno formed one of the most high pwered secretive underground empires. It tied into publishing Hollywood movies and Drugs. To move into these areas it needed help and a series of hits that would draw the world’s eyes to its take over’s. And just like other fall guys were created to perform other hits
Charles Manson was a petty criminal who was a self taught Scientologist. He was charming ( as most con men are) and very Charismatic.
His uncle was with the Lucchese family so he right away had an in with the mafia. The Lucchese family did the hits for the mafia. With MKUltra technology it made it possible for the mafia to create Hit men that were hard to capture. This well could have been the formation of an elite group of Murder INC So how does this link in remember Charles Manson was involved with a mafia uncle and a man in prison named Frankie Carbo an associate of Frank Costello Nicknamed the “Prime Minister of the Underworld”
he became one of the most powerful and influential Mafia bosses in American history, eventually leading the Luciano crime family (later called the Genovese crime family). While Charles Manson who served half of his 32 years of his life in prison Back in 1936, Lucky Luciano, the boss of Mafia drug and prostitution rackets in New York City, was finally convicted as a result of Thomas Dewey’s prosecution, and sentenced to thirty to fifty years. But in 1942 the Office of Naval Intelligence asked Meyer Lansky to seek Luciano’s assistance in getting New York waterfront workers to watch out for enemy agents and activity. Soon Luciano’s friends in Sicily, who had been severely repressed by Mussolini, were helping with the American invasion there. In 1946 the ONI appealed to Luciano’s parole board. He was released from prison and deported to Italy — where he built up a heroin syndicate.
was released in March of 1967. Rumor has it that Charley studied Scientology
during his time in Prison and member of the church of Scientology.
While in the Treasure Island terminal was indoctrinated into the Aryan Brotherhood, and learned while in the prison how to communicate by cipher. This was how they communicated.
The brotherhood developed this form of passing notes and had their own cipher
Called the aryan cipher. This gang was started to protect white prisoners from black gangs in the California prison system. This group was involved in organized crime trafficking. Drugs prostitution porn and aligned there self’s with the Hells Angels in Oakland, and other outlaw biker gangs in California.
While living with Karpis Charlie learned how to play the steel guitar, Karpis was trying to influence Charles music career, but Charlie had his own ideas. Sentenced to life imprisonment, Karpis was incarcerated at the recently formed Alcatraz federal penitentiary from August 1936 to April 1962. For six months in 1958, he had been transferred to the Leavenworth federal penitentiary, but was then returned to Alcatraz. His main job at Alcatraz was working at the bakery. He was far from a model prisoner, frequently fighting with other inmates. However, Karpis is renowned for being the prisoner with the longest sentence at Alcatraz, yet not a single escape attempt. In April 1962, with Alcatraz in the process of being closed, he was transferred to McNeil Island Penitentiary in Washington state. While at McNeil he met a young inmate named Charles Manson. Karpis wrote about Manson in his autobiography with Robert Livesey, published in 1980):
“This kid approaches me to request music lessons. He wants to learn guitar and become a music star. Little Charlie is so lazy and shiftless, I doubt if he’ll put in the time required to learn. The youngster has been in institutions all of his life first orphanages, then reformatories, and finally federal prison. His mother, a prostitute, was never around to look after him. I decide it’s time someone did something for him, and to my surprise, he learns quickly. He has a pleasant voice and a pleasing personality, although he’s unusually meek and mild for a convict. He never has a harsh word to say and is never involved in even an argument.
After Manson had actually become somewhat proficient on the guitar, he asked Karpis for help in getting a job playing in Las Vegas as Karpis had contacts with nightclub and casino owners there. Manson even told him he would be bigger than the Beatles, but in the end Karpis decided to leave Manson on his own regarding his music career. Manson was moved to a Los Angeles facility in 1967, which proved to be one of the most ominous prison transfers ever. Later Karpis added
The history of crime in the United States might have been considerably altered if �Little Charlie� had been given the opportunity to find fame and fortune in the music industry. He later became the infamous Charles Manson.
Karpis was released on parole in 1969 and deported to Canada, although he initially had difficulty obtaining Canadian passport credentials, due to his having had his fingerprints removed by underworld physician Joseph Moran in 1934. …
He moved to Spain in 1973. On August 26, 1979, he died by what was originally ruled suicide by authorities, as sleeping pills were found by his body, but later it was ruled death from natural causes. Some closer to the scene say foul play may have been involved. Robert Livesey, who co-wrote Karpis’s 1979 book, said Karpis was not the type to have committed suicide. Livesey said Karpis was a survivor, having served 33 years in prison, and also stated Karpis was anticipating the publication of the book. Livesey believed Karpis had been introduced to pills and alcohol by his last girlfriend Nancy, to give a relaxing high, and perhaps Karpis accidentally over-indulged on one occasion, with fatal consequences. No autopsy was done, and Karpis was buried the next day in Spain. …
Karpis worked with the Ma Barker gang. Manson and some of his people were caught hiding out at an abandoned Barker Ranch in Death Valley. The Barkers (Jim and Kirk and perhaps others) of Death Valley had moved to nearby Indian Ranch apparently. The Myers (Meyers?) still lived at the Myers ranch though, while Beach Boys lead vocalist/songwriter Brian Wilson used nearby Goler Ranch as a place to write music. (see http://www.deathvalley.com/dvtalk/messages/293585.sh
THE LUCCHESE FAMILY
Rick and Johnny Mazzolla
In the early 1960s Mazzolla’s son Riccardo began getting in trouble with the police and skipping school. Riccardo soon followed his father into organized crime, becoming a close friend of fellow mobster child Frank James Burke, Gregg Hill, Rosario Stabile, the son ofAnthony Stabile, and Michael “Spider” Gianco. Riccardo became involved in theft, armed robbery and grand theft auto. Riccardo soon became estranged from his father and started robbing Lucchese sports book operations being operated out of Robert’s Lounge, a Lucchese hangout, and Presto Pizzeria. These illicit rackets were being run by Lawrence “Larry” Bilello, Theodoro Vario and Steven DePasquale. The Vario crew warned Riccardo to stop the robberies, but he ignored their warnings. Because John Mazzolla was close to Vario, the Lucchese family postponed any retribution.
The Sopranos wrote a TV episode about this supposed event. Johnny Mazzolla became famous from his consulting in the 1993 movie “ Good Fellas”.
The Mafia assassination service known as Murder, Inc. – the
brainchild of the Lansky/Luciano syndicate, which had extensive
connections to U.S. intelligence agencies – had a similar philosophy.
As Jay Robert Nash notes in Bloodletters and Bad Men: “Like most of
Murder, Inc.’s assassins, Pittsburgh Phil never carried a weapon in
case the local police picked him up on suspicion. He would cast about,
once he had selected his murder spot, for any tool handy that would do
Henry Lee recounts in The Hand of Death that his training by
the cult followed this time-honored tradition. Of course, the
venerable FBI assures us that Satanic cults and Satanic crime do not
exist in modern day America. To put this in its proper context,
however, it is important to remember that this is the very same FBI
that during the reign of Murder, Inc. – and for several decades
thereafter – refused to acknowledge the existence of organized crime
in America. It is also the same FBI that for years ignored the
resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan.