JOHN KEEL NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING

October 31, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (61): The Lucis Trust

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 11:39 pm

At the end of August (we’re still in 1967), Jaye Paro tells John to look for a book in the Lucis Trust library. He does so, and finds passages underlined in red pencil. Apol’s letters were written in red pencil. Did Jaye mark up the book? Did someone else, and then tell her to tell John? I suspect the former, but I guess we can’t know.

The Lucis Trust was founded in 1922 by Alice Bailey and her husband Foster Bailey, to publish her books, which are apparently influenced by H. P. Blavatsky (I’ve read some Blavatsky, but no Bailey).

And we have more stories from Jaye: this time, an attempt to gas her, and a frozen phone.

10 Comments »

  1. Wow a lot of things mentioned here would interest a lot of conspiracy theorists.Did John ever talk to people who were interested in conspiracy theories and not just UFOs?

    Comment by Joseph — November 1, 2017 @ 5:57 pm

  2. Doug, I’ve recreated John’s Superspectrum polar graph from “The Eighth Tower.” I’ve always found it fascinating, but difficult to decipher even in the original version. Here is a Dropbox link to the file. . . feel free to share it if you’re so inclined.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fp38a6hhk5ylpsx/Keel%20Superspectrum%20%202-color.jpg?dl=0

    Regards,

    Ray

    Comment by Ray Boeche — November 2, 2017 @ 8:00 pm

  3. For a second there I was curious why the UN building would have an occult lending library. But its just rented space across the street.

    Comment by 8th Street — November 2, 2017 @ 9:50 pm

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  5. I think the Lucis Trust also hopes for an international readership.

    Comment by Doug — November 3, 2017 @ 11:54 am

  6. Thanks, Ray! It is easier to see in that version.

    Comment by Doug — November 3, 2017 @ 11:55 am

  7. John was interested in a lot of things. I know he followed some of the Kennedy assassination research, and even pitched a novel based on the Umbrella Man (one of the people in Dallas that day): http://www.johnkeel.com/?p=2073

    Comment by Doug — November 3, 2017 @ 11:59 am

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  9. there’s lots of conspiracy theories about the Lucis Trust Library…That it’s really the “Lucifer ” trust library, that its occult library supports the new age globalist movement promoted by the UN, that originally its street address was 666…I downloaded the book catalogue, and was surprised not to find anything by Ingo Swann. I was looking for some of his out of print material. I don’t see John’s writings either…I can’t tell from the post…did the people recognize him BEFORE he identified himself? Would they have known he was an anomalies researcher?

    Comment by patty g — November 16, 2017 @ 11:42 pm

  10. I heard about those conspiracy theories, but I’m not familiar with them. I don’t think John investigated them much. He’s somewhat unclear here, but I think he’s saying the library didn’t ask him for identification, not that they already knew his name. Mrs. White, of course, did know him, since she’d seen him give a talk.

    Comment by Doug — November 17, 2017 @ 9:41 am

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