Was Anti-NWO Activist the Victim of a Masonic Poisoning?
November 28, 2009by Henry Makow, Ph.D.
"This photo [now removed] is eight-years-old and does not resemble her at all now, but this is she," Philip Jones wrote Oct.3, just seven weeks before his death Nov. 24 of "pancreatic cancer."
She is D. Jensen, a Danish housewife with a Masonic and Intelligence background. Jones had a liaison with her last winter. He suspected she may have poisoned him with "vitamins" of her own concoction.
This information is contained in an email sent to a friend, "LCV" who forwarded it to me.
"Dorte is a qualified Reiki Healer," Jones wrote. "In effect it is Witchcraft, and she is well versed in it...Dorte is also a qualified pharmacist assistant....she was feeding me many vitamins daily, which she was careful to take with her when she left. No evidence there."
"Dorte's father is a Freemason, and she is in thrall to him totally...[she] worked for two high level Freemasons and was very knowledgeable about the 'Craft.' Her husband works for NATO."
Dorte contacted Philip by email last Fall and pretended to be against the NWO. She appealed to Philip's acknowledged "Sir Galahad" complex by complaining about her loveless marriage.
"Her supposedly sad circumstances were irresistible to me... My infatuation with this seemingly vulnerable and sad lady started to become my own undoing."
They had a liaison last winter which ended when her husband and handler, gave her the DVD "What's the Bleep" for her birthday Jan 22 which seems " to have triggered something in her." A few days later, the relationship was over.
Jones remarked that Dorte spent an inordinate amount of time in the bathroom. He believed she was collecting "hair from my brush or something similar to concoct a potion or the like."
Dorte seemed to know how to manipulate him using love. She knew his "Achilles's Heel."
"As an adopted boy, I have always hated rejection, especially by those who profess to love me, which believe me, she did all the time..."
Jones found it bizarre that her husband was indifferent to the liaison. He also noted that Dorte had many sudden personality changes, typical of the mind controlled slave.
His friends suspected she worked for the Danish Intel Services as an operative. "She mentioned them a lot, of course from an adversarial angle but why would an ordinary Danish housewife be concerned with such matters at all? She might be an MK Ultra slave...after leaving she appeared very distant and quite a different person."
"Her own daughter wrote to me a week or so after...couldn't understand how her mother could be so in love with me on Saturday and then leave me on Tuesday."
THORN IN THEIR SIDE
Jones knew he must have caught the attention of the Illuminati: "Denmark is a severe control zone and I am the only one who is exposing it as such. I do so in the English language on an international level, which opens the place to outside interest."
In Oct. 2008 Jones set up the Chemtrail Action Group and held the first meeting Oct. 18. The same month Dorte began to write to him daily revealing many personal things in her life.
In Aug. 2009, Jones noticed a "tightening in his lower abdomen" and severe constipation. In Mid-Sept. he threw up violently after going out for lunch. "I am losing weight, feeling weak and am generally unwell," he wrote Oct 1. "I have always been very strong, and am rarely unwell, so this is a new and unpleasant experience to me."
(left, Philip last summer, with new dog)
Evidently, the Illuminati perceived Philip Jones as a man of action, or perhaps they just wanted revenge. Ironically, he was going through a period of disenchantment and felt he had said his piece.
He had just written a ten-part "Nexus of Evil" series.
"I thrive on feedback and not much of that comes my way. And I do feel I have covered all the angles I pretend my expertise in, so what is there left to say?"
Although I helped Philip get started, I didn't follow his later work and continue to encourage him. My style is terse; his wasn't. He didn't see the relation between brevity and feedback.
Perhaps his disappointment with me is reflected in his comment, "I can't really see the value in churning out the same stuff over and over again, as Makow does, so for the foreseeable future, I will be entirely unproductive. I have written myself to a standstill and it has clearly affected my health, and for what?"
Philip would have recovered his zeal. He was a fighter. We'll miss him.
Archive of Philip Jones' Writing
Poison Part of Masonic MO