Wednesday, August 17, 2011



Since our City Council has seen fit to turn over a new shelter to Best F(r)iends, why not hire Charles Manson for Barnette's position while you're at it?

Yes, you heard me right. There is a connection between Best F(r)iends and Charlie.
 "Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor of the Charles Manson family trial, comments in his book Helter Skelter that there may be evidence Manson borrowed philosophically from the Process Church, and that representatives of the Church visited him in jail after his arrest."
 "It goes something like this…Manson did at one time live only two blocks away from Process member Victor Wild (aka: Brother Ely) on Cole Street in The Haight. Process meetings were open to the public and it’s likely that Manson’s curiosity drew him in. He would have had ample access to their literature. It's also possible that Manson had met “The Teacher” during a visit that DeGrimston made to a Manson Family hangout in Topanga Canyon, CA. Process groupie, Marrianne Faithful had a relationship with underground film maker and Crowley/OTO devotee Kenneth Anger who may have also been involved with the Process Church.  He made a 40 minute movie about Satanic ritual starring future Manson follower and convicted killer and future neo-Nazi Bobby Beausoleil. Whew! However, there may be yet another tenuous connection between Manson and the Process through “Orange Sunshine” LSD kingpin and CIA operative Ronald Hadley Stark.

Attorney Vincent Bugliosi was not entirely convinced by Process denial of involvement with the Tate-LaBianca case, but lacking concrete evidence, he never brought any Process members into court during Manson's trial."

And are we sure that adoptions will be all that is going on at the shelter? Hardly.
"Author Michael Newton wrote that the cult, “is also deeply involved in white slavery, child pornography and the international narcotics trade.” Sanders alluded to serial “weird ritual mutilations and animal sacrifices” apparently committed in the Santa Cruz Mountains by a Process incarnation called the Four Pi. (Remember, the Process symbol cleverly incorporates four of the stylized letter “P”) I’m envisioning a whole new definition of the term no-kill movement.

"Beginning in June 1968, authorities in San Jose, Santa Cruz, and Los Gatos began recording discovery of canines, skinned and drained of blood without apparent motive. As the director of the Santa Cruz animal shelter told Sanders, "Whoever is doing this is a real expert with a knife. The skin is cut away without even marking the flesh. The really strange thing is that these dogs have been drained of blood."

Another “hotbed of activity appears to be New York, where 85 German shepherds and Dobermans were found skinned in the year between October 1976 and October 1977”. And it wasn’t just four legged animals…ref  #2 Dog Sacrifice)"

Here's the real reason why Best F(r)iends are in the "rescue" business. They ain't in it because they want to help animals.

Bad publicity usually means it’s a good time for a name change. In 1979 The Process was again reorganized and renamed itself The Foundation Faith of God. Founders at the Arizona retreat began collecting stray animals and eventually the property became too small. It soon became evident that donations roll in faster when you operate an animal rescue than when you’re begging for the occult. Perhaps, they were on to something.

Once again, they were searching for their Eden. In 1982, founder Francis Battista was driving through southern Utah and happened to visit Kanab Canyon where several classic western movies had been filmed.  Everyone agreed, this was the spot.

The Arizona ranch was sold, and in 1984, they used proceeds from the down payment to purchase 2,269 acres in Kanab Utah; what would come to be called Angel Canyon. The group would acquire additional land and leased 30,000 more acres from the government.  Founder Paul Eckhoff, an architect who had designed prisons, designed one of the first buildings."



6) Friends-beginnings.htm

So, Breeder Barnette, what have you unleashed on LA? Think they might be seeking more converts while they are doing those adoptions? Shame on the LA City Council for not investigating this group before turning over one of our shelters. You have turned the Devil loose in LA, LITERALLY. But to be honest, I would take Manson over Barnette any day, at least he is honest about what he is.


Anonymous said...

Bless you, thank you.

HonestyHelps said...

Anon, thank you. I am blessed with enough common sense to figure all this out. Too bad I can't pass it along to the "No Kill" idiots.

Anonymous said...

About that extra land they have, anyone know what they do there?

HonestyHelps said...

Anon:08, with what you have just read, take a guess. If you have a sanctuary, no one will be asking for a counting of the animals, will they?

HonestyHelps said...

Thanks Anon for that list. If Barnette didn't know BF why didn't she do her homework instead of turning these fiends loose on LA. Wonder how the other churches in LA would feel about these fiends associating with families coming for adoptions?

Anonymous said...

Let me explain what I mean by "mode of operations". Just like the Best Friends have spent much $$ on PR activities and partnerships with several local gov/city agencies around the country, they have in fact established over the years members of theirs who take jobs in various areas who rise to positions and, when the time is right, bring the Mother Church (who the Best Friends are a front for)into the fold. It is no accident BF is in LA, hoisted by Barnette to the exclusion of all the other Rescues of means.

Ladies and Gents, you are witnessing the remarkable agenda used extensively by the Church the Process Church itself originated from & what they called "Undercover Safepointing" -- techniques used by their Church in the late 60s and 70s to infiltrate Psychiatry, the FDA, and FBI -- as well as any major groups who criticized them.

Essentially, one sends out a few dedicated members to get jobs in an enemy's camp. A few months or years (better) later, the mole has gotten a good rep and can then be directed to help push various programs or agenda the mother church wants to see happen. With several VERY dedicated ones, this can go on for years as they get a community or even national rep. This activity was also very successful with spies recruited out of college -- The Philby case in Britain is a perfect example :-)

Has anyone done a REAL background check on Barnette?

HELLO!! Anybody out there???

HonestyHelps said...

Her background just kinda drops off the map prior to her stay in SF. We do know she went to school in VA and we do know she had a commercial "boarding" kennel back East. Strange how we can't really trace her beyond that. Her resume would be interesting to see, wouldn't it?

HonestyHelps said...

Thanks Anon, I added all your links to actual post.

Anonymous said...

What's interesting is those suspected of being church members seem to have a gap in their historical data. The same seems to apply to Ed Boks.

HonestyHelps said...

Really, Anon:11?? I only followed him back as far as Arizona, and that was enough to convince me.

Anonymous said...

With Boks, I think he was traced back to leaving a school-church for, as one person told me, being caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Whether that was a jar of money or some gal named Cookie, I don't know.

He claimed to be a minister, but I can't locate where. Then, add to that, he used alot of BF's marketing gimicks.

HonestyHelps said...

I do remember something about being a minister somewhere but that seemed so minor in comparison to everything else. So I believe he was but I wish I had paid attention to the actual type of church.

Anonymous said...

hmmmm.... the plot thickens....

animalcop said...

HOLY CRAP! Once again beware of wolves in sheeps' clothing! This is a lot to digest, but the underlying theme is as usual, money off the backs of animals!!

Unknown said...

I know this thread is very old, but does anyone think 'infiltrating psychiatry" as Anonymous said, has anything to do with Jane R Berkey and her psychiatrist ex husband who was studying the hallucinogenic drug Ibogaine?