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Jimmy Savile, Alex Sanders (High Priest of Wicca), the Manchester & Cheshire Magick Clubs, Sally Stevens a.k.a. LA Lady on The3Arguidos, Anna Raccoon, Charles Manson & Sharon Tate and an Elvis Orgy

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Jimmy Savile, Alex Sanders (High Priest of Wicca), the Manchester & Cheshire Magick Clubs, Sally Stevens a.k.a. LA Lady on The3Arguidos, Anna Raccoon, Charles Manson & Sharon Tate and an Elvis Orgy

Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.15 23:18

It's a while since we discussed Jimmy Savile on here.

It seems that I have sparked some renewed interest in Jimmy Savile by pointing out (on a recent Jim Gamble thread) that Jimmy Savile may have learnt some of the 'dark arts' of hypnotism, mesmerism and wizardry from one Josef Karma whilst living on the Isle of Man during or just after the last World War.

In response, an informant - usually well clued up on these sorts of things-  has written me the following piece.

Below that, if anyone is interested, is a recent piece on Jimmy Savile by Sally Stevens, who is mentioned by my informant, who in turn tells me that Sally Stevens used to be 'LA Lady' on The3 Arguidos. I certainly recall that username  - but, if true, I wonder what Sally Stevens' interest was in the Madeleine McCann case?

Anyway, here are the two articles:

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A SOURCE WRITES

The name Josef is predominantly German or Czech isn't it? The Isle of Man had numerous internment camps during the war.

Have you ever wondered why a small hardcore circle are providing a sustained and rigorous defence of Savile online? People like Susanne Blackie? Sally Stevens? Rabbitaway? Moor Larkin?

There was a hypnotist/magician arrested fairly recently over child pornography. Says he performed at the Magic Castle in LA. There was another magician/hypnotist associated with Most Haunted/Spain who was arrested too (his wife killed their children or something?).

There are a few threads that seem to be crossing over.

I was quite interested in Savile meeting with High Priest of Wicca, Alex Sanders. He and his wife Maxine were active in Manchester and Cheshire with their sex magick rituals (Saddleworth/Alderley Edge etc). Savile interviewed Sanders in 69/70. The Sanders had managed to 'infiltrate' the counter culture movement of the 1960s and had made inroads with the likes of Sharon Tate and rock bands like Black Widow (who they planned to tour with) and the Edgar Broughton Band. The manager of the Edgar Broughton Band (left-wing occult fetishists) - Brian Livingstone - was a solicitor in Manchester. He was a friend/colleague of the late Manchester club owner Roger Eagle and co-founded a hippy 'head' shop called Eighth Day.

According to Manson author Simon Wells, Manson's right hand man Bruce Davis was holed up with a couple of girls in Manchester shortly after the Tate murders. Witnesses like CP Lee claim Davis was seen in Livingstone's Head shop, Eighth Day with girls from the Sanders coven. Interestingly, the night club owner Roger Eagle lived just 3 minutes walk from the Sanders house in Chorlton, Manchester. 

Eagle owned the Magic Village Club. Eagle had known Savile. In fact he had set up his first club in Savile's old club. The girl Manson's man encountered in Manchester was called Juliet B (I know her full name). She was employed by Livingstone at Eighth Day and by Eagle at the Magic Village (as a dancer). She was very young at the time. Someone refers to her as the 'little girl dancer'.

Anna Raccoon's Duncroft pal, Sally Stevens claims to have encountered the Manson Family in LA when she arrived there in 68/69.  It could be true as the people she was hanging around with were part of the same hippy/creative crowd.  On the Three Arguidos site as LA Lady, Sally also claimed to have attended private meetings at the Magic Castle.

Some people alleged that Manson's man was disposing of a large drugs haul in Manchester. Savile's position on the Manchester Club scene is interesting in this context (he owned and ran the Top Ten here). The activities of Manson are alleged to have included drug smuggling, pimping and child pornography.

Savile met Elvis at a press conference in Las Vegas in 1969 and Dennis Wilson claims that Sharon Tate was introduced to Manson at an an Elvis orgy. This was the year of the murders. Many celebrities suggest that homemade porn was being produced at the Tate/Polanski house. Manson's accomplice, Susan Atkins, even claims that Manson was a paedophile and child abducter.

So it's worth asking again: why is Sally Stevens - the LA hippy and friend of Anna Raccoon - who encountered the Manson crowd in LA - involved in a sustained campaign to defend Jimmy Savile?

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http://rockphiles.typepad.com/a_life_in_the_day/

30 November 2014


THE END OF THE BEGINNING ...


by Sally Stevens

On November 27, 2014, a letter under the signature of Detective Inspector Jon Savell of the Surrey Police - in charge of Operation Outreach,  specifically set up to investigate the claims of certain women from Duncroft that they had been subjected to sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile between 1974 and 1976 - was composed and sent to about 100 Duncroft women who cooperated in the investigation.

Most notably certain complainants stated they had notified members of the Duncroft staff about abuse at the hands of Jimmy Savile during visits to the school, or at the BBC on permitted school visits, only to have their complaints allegedly dismissed.

Many former Duncroft women were interviewed by Outreach in an exhaustive effort to get at the truth of what happened - or didn't.

The Outreach findings were submitted to the CPS who, after review, declined to prosecute the remaining staff.  They found that the claims were flimsy at best, and doubted that a jury would be persuaded.  You can see the letter at this link Outreach concludes.

I was at Duncroft in 1965 for a couple of months, having left in 1964.  There was neither hide nor hair of Jimmy Savile then.  Bebe Roberts, take a bow for Bullshit Artist of the Decade. Ordeals.

The same staff were running the school in my day as during the time frame when Jimmy Savile visited the school.  Knowing these women pretty well, I couldn't believe for one second that any of them would've continued to allow Jimmy to come to the school if there was a reported problem.  Complaining would have meant no more trips to the BBC, no more little trips into Staines in the Rolls for the sole purpose of buying ice cream;  let alone there was nothing to complain about.  Jimmy was there to support the daughter of a friend, not to use the school 'like a sweet shop,' to paraphrase one of these accusers.

Let's be clear - I'm not giving Jimmy a hall pass, but by the standards of the day he wasn't a rapist, a paedophile, or anything criminal.  Ruth Cole, the deputy head at Duncroft, from Yorkshire herself, and a former nun, bluntly informed Outreach that he was "a toucher" but not a paedophile in her opinion.

Once he was dead, the Duncroft fraud machine, assisted by BBC producer Meirion Jones (nephew of Margaret Jones, former head of Duncroft for 20 years) and Mark Williams-Thomas (suss former cop with the Surrey Police), swung into self-interested action.  The jig is now up.  There won't be jolly holidays in Bermuda for the Duncroft complainants, for starters.

Based on the declination of the CPS to proceed further, surely this is going to create a problem for the Duncroft claimants.  Why should the estate pay off on any of these specious claims, which are nothing but hearsay and lies?

What Jimmy really was was a product of his times. In those days it was thought a pat on the bottom, or a kiss on the hand, or an invasive kiss, was acceptable. You learned to handle that yourself. Been there, done that.

Ultimately, Jimmy Savile wanted to help those who were less fortunate, who needed a cheery word, a sympathetic ear, and help if he could provide it.  And during his life, this was quite obvious and was appreciated by the British public.  He was a great help to the music community of the day as well.

In closing (for now), please check out Anna Raccoon's latest post on the finale.  Duncroft: The Finale - Part One.  

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