Government of the people . . . by the people . . . and for the people . . . was about to end forever with the coronation of the first KING of the New Jerusalem: Nelson Rockefeller.

Dick the Double's "last press
conference," November 7, 1962.

In 1962, after throwing the election to Union Jack on November 7,1960, Dick the Double returned to his adopted state of California and ran for governor against incumbent Pat Brown.

After the election he made a famous speech that he was finished with politics and the media wouldn't have "Nixon to kick around anymore."

It was just another charade by "Tricky Dick."

In June 1963, Dick the Double, Pat, Tricia, and Julie moved eastward from sea to shining sea to fulfill Daniel 11:45.


810 Fifth Avenue, NYC.

His financier Nelson Rockefeller ordered him back to the East Coast. Nelson even selected his residence in the Big Apple. 810 Fifth Ave was owned by Mary Rockefeller in her divorce settlement . . . and Nelson lived on the 12th floor.

That building is located just 5 blocks from Trump Tower and 10 blocks from the "Powerhouse" on Comeonwealth Ave.

26 Broadway, HQ of Standard Oil.

After arriving in New York, Dick the Double joined the law firm of Mudge, Stern, Baldwin, and Todd at 20 Broad St.

That firm was owned by Nelson Rockefeller and was located close to 26 Broadway.

The firm was renamed Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, and Alexander after he was admitted to the New York bar in December. 


Dick in deep thought figuring out a way to make
Nelson President
by appointment only!

By 1963, Nelson Rockefeller had a very complicated marital background. He had 5 children by his first wife Mary, and then he married a divorcee named Margaretta Murphy who had 4 children.

Margaretta Murphy ignored the fact that her Church prohibited divorce under any circumstances!

The wedding of Nelson and Mary Rockefeller, June 23, 1930.

Nelson Rockefeller had 5 children with his wife Mary. One son was missing and presumed dead in 1963.

Mary divorced Nelson on March 16, 1962, in Reno, Nevada, on grounds of extreme mental cruelty!

The following year Nelson married the former Margaretta Murphy (1926–2015).

Margaretta was divorced from her husband Slater Murphy and the couple had 4 children.


The wedding of Nelson and Happy Rockefeller, May 4, 1963.

Pollsters told Nelson that the voters would never elect a divorced man as President. As a result, he ordered the law firm to come up with a scheme to get him into the White House without an election. The result was the 25th or Rockefeller Amendment:

The election year of 1968 was one of the most contentions in the nation's history. On April 4, 1968, FBI undercover agent "Martin Luther" King was assassinated, and Robert Kennedy was assassinated on June 6, 1968. If he survived, Robert Kennedy would have been the Democratic challenger for Dick the Double. A repeat of the 1960 election with a Kennedy and Nixon double running.

With his hand on the Bible, Dick the Double was sworn-in
as President on January, 20, 1969.

With his hand on the Bible, Dick the Double was sworn-in as President on January 20, 1969.

His Vice President, Maryland lawyer Spiro Agnew, was sworn-in on the same day.

Spiro was a hero to many Republicans who felt he would be an excellent Presidential candidate in 1976.


Spiro Agnew (1918–21996).
Vice President from Jan. '69
to Oct. 1973.

As governor of Maryland, Spiro was offered "gifts" by contractors, but he knew the law, and any money he accepted was not considered taxable income by the IRS.

General Alexander Haig (1924–2010).
White House Chief of Staff from May 4,
1973,  to Sept. 21, 1974.

The IRS: Inquisition Revenue Service accused the Vice President of tax evasion, and if found guilty he could face 5 years in jail.

Spiro decided to fight the false charges, so General Haig told him to "Go quietly . . . or else."

Fearing for his life he resigned on October 10, 1973.

Edomite Secretary of State Heinz Kissinger was an evil genius, and if he had stayed in Germany he would have been a high ranking Nazi in the Third Reich!

Heinz Kissinger (b. 1923). Secretary
of State from Sept. 22, 1973, to
Jan. 20, 1977.

Both men worked with Dick the Double to force Agnew to resign. Agnew was very popular with many in the Republican Party and they urged "Spiro the Hero" to stay and fight the false charges. "Bully Boy" Haig actually told him that anything might happen to him if he didn't resign:

I did not know what might happen to me. But I didn't mind admitting I was frightened. This directive was aimed at me like a gun to my head. That is the only way I can describe it. I was told, "Go quietly—or else." (Agnew, Go Quielty . . . or Else, p. 190).

So much for civilian control of the military when an elected Vice President can be forced to resign by a Pentagon general.

With Dick the Double looking on, Gerald Ford was
sworn-in as Vice President on Dec. 6, 1973.

House Minority Leader Gerald Ford was plucked from the House by Dick the Double and appointed Vice President.

That was the first application of the new 25th Amendment.

A triumphant Dick the Double resigned on August 9, 1974, to make way for Gerald Ford.


A triumphant Dick giving the double sign as he departs the White House, August, 9, 1974.

Ford was nominated to take Agnew's position on October 12, the first time the vice-presidential vacancy provision of the 25th Amendment had been implemented. The United States Senate voted 92 to 3 to confirm Ford on November 27. On December 6, 1973, the House confirmed Ford by a vote of 387 to 35. After the confirmation vote in the House, Ford took the oath of office as vice president

Gerald Ford was sworn-in as President on
August 9, 1974.

Vice President Gerald Ford was sworn-in as President the very same day that Dick the Double departed triumphantly for California.

On December 19, Nelson Rockefeller was sworn-in as Vice President.

That means that he was just a heartbeat away from the Presidency!

Nelson Rockefeller was sworn-in as
Vice President on Dec. 19, 1974.

It was no coincidence that all the assassination attempts originated in Dick the Double's adopted state of California. Dick also happened to be In Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.

To the shock of his family and the nation, two women (undercover FBI agents) attempted to kill President Ford in separate incidents in September of 1975. On September 5, as Ford greeted well-wishers outside the Senator Hotel in Sacramento, California, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, aged twenty-six, a follower of mass-murderer Charles Manson, leveled a Colt 45 at Ford and squeezed the trigger at point blank range. The gun misfired and Fromme was wrestled to the ground before she could fire a second shot.

Two weeks later in San Francisco, on September 22, Sara Jane Moore, aged forty-five, a one-time FBI informer, fired a .38 revolver at Ford. The shot missed Ford by a few feet because a bystander had spoiled her aim. Both women were convicted under the 1965 law making attempted assassination of the President a federal offense punishable by life imprisonment.

Activity following the attempt on President Ford's life by
Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, in Sacramento,
California, September 5, 1975.

Every time Ford stepped out of the White House he had a target on his back because somebody was shooting at him!

The swine flu scare was another attempt to kill President Ford.

On Oct. 11, 1976, Ford was given a swine flu "shot" on nationwide TV.

President Ford feigns a smile as he gets a
swine flu "shot" on nationwide TV.

Assault on the President of the United States with a DEADLY weapon courtesy of the Rockefeller Medical Inquisition. He was given the POISONED needle in front of a nationwide TV audience on Oct 11, 1976.

Nelson Rockefeller (1908–1979)
the man who would be king!

Nelson decided not to run as Vice President with President Ford in 1976 because it would guarantee a Ford loss to Jimmy Carter.

On January 29, 1979, Nelson Rockefeller—the man who would be king—died while committing adultery with Megan Marshak.

The heavy Rockefeller was on top of Megan Marshak and she couldn't get him off in time to call 911.

Atheists and skeptics who scoff at the 10 Commandments claimed that he died HAPPY!

Rockefeller was on top of Megan
Marshak when he died!

In the next world there is not one law for the rich and another for the poor. Saint Paul said:

For we shall ALL stand before the judgment seat of Christ (Romans 14:10).

Rockefeller's wife, HAPPY, wasn't too happy when the old lecher died in the act of adultery, so she had him cremated—bake and shakebefore you could say "Rockefeller for President. "

Incredibly, another Rockefeller named William Jefferson Clinton was elected to the Presidency in 1992. His wife, Hillary, Pamela, Churchill, Hayward, Harriman, Clinton ran for President in 2016 . . . but thankfully she lost to Donald Trump.

Timeline of the 25th or Rockefeller Amendment

Here is the timeline of the momentous and fast moving events that almost made Nelson Rockefeller our first SOVEREIGN:

November 22, 1963.
Assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. Lyndon Johnson becomes President.
July 6, 1965.
25th Amendment is sent to the states for ratification.
February 10, 1967.
25th Amendment is ratified by 3/4 of the states.
March 31, 1968.
Because of mounting protests over the Vietnam War, President Johnson decides not to run for reelection.
November 5, 1968.
Dick the Double is elected President. His Vice President is Spiro Agnew.
October 10, 1973.
Vice President Spiro Agnew is forced to resign over "tax fraud."
December 6, 1973.
Gerald Ford is named Vice President the first use of the 25th Amendment.
August 9, 1974.
Dick the Double uses Watergate as an excuse to resign.
August 9, 1974.
Gerald Ford becomes the 38th President of the United States and the first by appointment only.
December 19, 1974.
Nelson Rockefeller is appointed Vice President—only a heartbeat away from the Presidency!!

Nelson's timing was perfect. Here is the wording of the Truman sponsored 22nd Amendment:

Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for MORE THAN TWO YEARS of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once.

According to the terms of this Amendment, if Ford had a timely demise in '75 or '76, Rockefeller was still eligible to serve 2 full terms or 8 years as President. That was more that enough time to finish his Twin Towers and start World War III.

Order of succession to the Presidency of the U.S.

Act of 1792
Act of 1886
Act of 1947
1. President. 1. President. 1. President.
2. Vice President. 2. Vice President. 2. Vice President.
3. President Pro Tempore of Senate. 3. Secretary of State. 3. Speaker of the House.
4. Speaker of the House. 4. Secretary of the Treasury. 4. President Pro Tempore of Senate.

The 25th Amendment or the Rockefeller Amendment made the 1947 Order of Succession NULL AND VOID because the President was given the power to APPOINT a Vice President if the Vice President died or was forced to resign!!

The 25th Amendment or the Rockefeller Amendment to the Constitution!!

(The proposed Amendment was sent to the states July 6, 1965, by the Eighty-ninth Congress. It was ratified on February 10, 1967).

Section 2

[Vacancy in office of Vice President.]

"Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress."

In Article II of the Constitution, the Vice President followed the President in the line of succession. The Framers of the Constitution declared that CONGRESS shall declare who is next in line after the Vice President:

"In Case of the Removal of the President from Office, or of his Death, Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the said Office, the same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress may by Law provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly, until the Disability be removed, or a President shall be elected.) (This clause in parentheses has been modified by Amendments XX and XXV)."

A Presidential Succession Act of 1792 provided that after the vice president, the next officials in line would be the president pro tempore (presiding officer) of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

In 1886, this Succession Act was changed again to make the Secretary of State next in line followed by the other Cabinet Secretaries in the order in which their departments were created. Here is seen the rising power of Rockefeller oil money to change the U.S. Constitution.

In 1947, President Harry Truman changed the succession back to what it was in the beginning; with one exception: The Speaker of the House was put BEFORE the President of the Senate.

President Johnson B. Johnson sent to Congress Jan. 28, 1965, a special message requesting that Congress amend the Constitution (a) to provide for the execution of the President's duties during Presidential disability and for the filling of a vacancy in the Office of Vice President and (b) to reform the electoral system.

All but 3 states–Georgia, North Dakota, and South Carolina–passed the 25th Amendment.

Arkansas Alaska Arizona, Alabama California Colorado
Connecticut Delaware Florida Hawaii Indiana Idaho
Iowa Illinois Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Minnesota
Maryland Mississippi Missouri Maine Massachusetts Michigan
Montana New Hampshire New Mexico New York New Jersey Nebraska
Nevada North Carolina Oklahoma Oregon Ohio Pennsylvania
Rhode Island South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont
Virginia Wyoming Washington West Virginia Wisconsin  

Ratification was completed on February 10, 1967.

We can thank our great JEHOVAH that the ONLY Rockefeller to reach the White House so far was William Jefferson Clinton—the son of Winthrop Rockefeller!!

Imagine the financial clout that it takes to have a Constitutional Amendment passed. It requires total control of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and most all of the 50 states. During the Senate hearing for the appointment of Nelson in 1974, various attempts were make to estimate the Rockefeller billions. None even came close. One figure that was mentioned was 70 billion dollars. Newsweek (Rockefeller owned) says that the fortune was "beyond calculation."

Vital links


Agnew, Spiro T. Go Quietly . . .or Else. HIs Own Story of the Events Leading to His Resignation. William Morrow & Company, New York, 1980.

Bayh, Birch. One Heartbeat Away. The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis & New York, 1968.

Donovan, Robert J. Confidential Secretary: Ann Whitman's 20 Years with Eisenhower and Rockefeller. E. P. Dutton, New York, 1988.

Feerick, John D. From Failing Hands: The Story of Presidential Succession. Fordham University Press, New York, 1965.

Feerick, John, D.The Twenty-Fifth Amendment, Its Complete History and Earliest Application. Fordham University Press, New York, 1976.

Josephson, Emanuel. The Federal Reserve Conspiracy & Rockefellers. Chedney Press, New York, 1968.

Kramer, Michael, & Roberts, Sam. I Never Wanted to be Vice President of Anything, An Investigative Biography of Nelson Rockefeller. Basic Books, New York, 1976.

Rogers, William. Rockefeller's Follies: An Unauthorized View of Nelson A. Rockefeller. Stein & Day, New York, 1966.

Sobel, Lester (Editor). Presidential Succession, Ford, Rockefeller & the 25th Amendment. Facts on File, New York, 1975.

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