More on the Tuesday Weld Psychedelic Illuminati Conspiracy

At the Spelunking the Ideosphere blog, theeKultleeder has posted a blog entry entitled “From the Mouths of Madmen” which looks into the wild and wooly world of Jeffrey Deane Turner, promoter of the Tuesday Weld was an Illuminati High Priestess Theory, which I first wrote about in Steamshovel Press Magazine #22

From the Mouths of Madmen
Here in thee ideosphere ideas are alive and intertwining with our breath and hearts. Over at thee brother blogg, a post entitled Lunatic Latticework explores the fine line between insanity and insight; it apparently is as fine as the distinction between indigo and violet in the rainbow spectrum of light. One of the conclusions that could be drawn from that post is that a person whose sense of reality lies outside the norm may present some strange information that nonetheless has some importance for everybody else. One such person may be Jeffrey Deane Turner.


Mr. Turner is an interesting character. A google search of his name yields about three hits: one, at, the web site devoted to Tiffany Renee Darwish, the once-popular singer; two, on google video, a preview of the documentary film I Think We’re Alone Now; and three, at Adam Gorightly’s Untamed Dimensions. In March of 2007, Gorightly interviewed Mr. Turner along with his friend (or handler?) Douglas Hawes. Turner, along with his buddy Hawes, proceeds to spin a wild tale – a tale of dark Druid conspiracy, popular culture, and the World Nazi Network.

The tale starts in the early 1970’s, when, Turner tells us, he worked as an “unpaid volunteer for the CIA.” He says his handler in the field worked out of a television repair shop in Southern California. During this time he got tangled up in a web of cults and conspiracies whirling around the mysterious “Kristi” and the beautiful Tuesday Weld. Tuesday is a performer who recorded a few songs, played parts in a few movies, and was notorious in 60’s gossip rags for drug use and partying with rock-and-rollers. A few rock hits from that era apparently refer to her, like the Rolling Stones’ Ruby Tuesday, and the Beatles’ I Am the Walrus. She is also said to be recorded on the Beach Boys’ Barbara Anne, heard giggling towards the end of the song. According to Turner, she was responsible for introducing these (and other) influential popular artists to the “dope scene,” thus spreading the use of psychedelics through them into the broader counter-culture.

Before there was a Timothy Leary advising the kids to “tune in, turn on, and drop out” with LSD, there was a man named Al Hubbard, who by 1968 had been “employed by the Canadian Special Services, the US Justice Department and, ironically, what is now the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.” Documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act suggest Hubbard may have been involved in the infamous MKULTRA project, the CIA’s mind control program, but no one is willing to say how close he worked with it.

During the heyday of the program, “the CIA regularly dosed its agents and associates with powerful hallucinogens… often with disastrous results.” Hubbard got around with his huge cache of pure, powerful LSD, allowing him to “expose over 6,000 people to LSD before it was effectively banned in ’66.” His psychedelic mission had him dosing a “Monsignor of the Catholic Church in North America,” tripping with “AA founder Bill Wilson,” and tuning in with “Aldus (sic) Huxley.” He also distributed his chemical agent into the offices of “Beverly Hills psychiatrists, who, in turn, turned on actors Cary Grant, James Coburn, Jack Nicholson, novelist Anais Nin, and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick…” Presumably, Hubbard was working under the direction of High Priestess Weld in distributing LSD to the cultural elite in order to change society along Illuminati lines.

In Jeff Turner’s conspiracy cosmology, Tuesday Weld is the “High Queen and Priestess of the Druids,” and the Druidic cult, surviving from pre-Roman British and Irish civilization, is the top leadership of the dreaded Illuminati. Some modern conspiracy researchers use the term to refer to the shadowy networks of the power elite that have a heavy hand in directing contemporary history through banking and business. “Many conspiracy theorists believe the Illuminati… are the masterminds behind events that will lead to the establishment of… a New World Order” (Wikipedia). Turner relates that within the Illuminati hierarchy, under the leadership of the Druid cult, the Rosicrucians serve as the “research and development” branch, while the Freemasons serve as the “rank and file” members of the world-spanning conspiracy to control the planet.

The archetypal fragments of Turner’s mythology link into popular underground culture, and through him into a conspiracy narrative of cosmic proportions. It has been noted that the “wickedest man in the world,” Aleister Crowley, had an influence on the sexual revolution of the 60’s. A 1999 Scotsman article states
Millions of young people gradually became aware of Crowley’s lifestyle and dictums and discovered that they struck familiar chords. He had started the prototypical hippy commune in Sicily in the Twenties. He had experimented cheerfully with all known drugs. His persistent exhortation: “Do what though wilt shall be the whole of the law” bore an uncanny resemblance to such mantras of the time as “do your own thing”. To the hippy world this was clearly some kind of prophet.

At the time Queen Weld was purportedly transforming culture through Druidic sex and drugs, the hippy generation was becoming aware of the Great Beast’s philosophy: he was featured on the Beatles’ 1967 Sergeant Pepper’s album, Kenneth Anger was making underground Crowleyan films, and a few years later Led Zeppelin recorded an album in a house on the Loch Ness that Crowley once stayed in. Is it no wonder that Crowley’s magickal roots were in a hermetic brotherhood, that the Rosicrucians (the “Illuminati R&D section”) are described as being a hermetic brotherhood, and one of Crowley’s mottoes was “we have no need for virgin or pigeon, the method of science, the aim of religion”?

The “Weldians” were battling for the control of culture against what Turner calls “the old secular right.” Even today, the battle lines can be seen between globalists who would like to rule the world through force, and those who would prefer to rule through consumer culture, drugs, and entertainment. The hideous face of Nazism survived WWII and the war crimes trials; some researchers, such as Dave Emory and the late Mae Brussell, maintain that Nazi networks not only survived, but flourished in the shadowy ties between government and both licit and illicit business that some researchers call deep politics. The poet and political scientist Peter Dale Scott coined the term, meaning “all those political practices and arrangements, deliberate or not, which are usually repressed rather than acknowledged.” Scott narrowed the definition of deep politics to include another “manifestation”:

par a pol i tics (pa˘r ə po˘l ə tı˘ks), n. 1. a system or practice of politics in which accountability is consciously diminished. 2. generally, covert politics, the conduct of public affairs not by rational debate and responsible decision-making but by indirection, collusion, and deceit… 3. the political exploitation of irresponsible agencies or parastructures, such as intelligence agencies…

According to Turner, and other more studious theorists, the “old secular right,” including Nazis and other brands of fascists, did survive and flourish in the deep para-political realm. Curiously, Turner mentions that Martin Bormann was a lead player in International Fascism and had connections to the Colonia Dignidad, a weird fascist cult compound in Chile. It is uncontested that the cult was founded by a former Nazi paramedic and pedophile, Paul Schäfer. Some accounts relate that no one was allowed to leave the compound, that residents were strictly segregated by gender, and both the German and Chilean residents dressed in Bavarian peasant garb (think lederhosen). As recently as 2005, news has come out of Chile confirming that the compound was used as a place to torture “disappeared” victims and as a weapons cache for death squads during the horrible Pinochet regime. The murderous Pinochet, still celebrated by neo-liberal economists for bringing “stability” to Chile, was installed in a US-backed military coup that unseated the democratically elected socialist Salvador Allende.

It is difficult to make any non-speculative statements about Martin Bormann – even the date of his death is debated. Dave Emory, working from the research of many, including Paul Manning, maintains that he was “the real ‘power behind the throne’ in the Third Reich,” and that after his death was “effectively faked by Gestapo chief… SS General Heinrich Muller, [he] proceeded to lead the economic and political affairs of the Underground Reich.” Bormann, or the “Bormann Group” sustained the unbroken continuity of the Nazi Reich through a “flight capital program in which Germany’s economic wealth was to be… moved to ‘Safehavens’ in neutral countries.” The men behind the money and slaughter escaped along ratlines, directly into the heart of South America, including Chile. It is hard to believe, that with Operation Paperclip bringing Nazi spymasters and scientists under the employ of the United States government, as well as having Nazi General “Reinhard Gehlen’s entire intelligence organisation… employed and protected by U.S. intelligence within a few months after the end of the war,” this deep para-political fascist Reich had nothing to do with Pinochet’s reign of terror.

One of the men who helped those dear old Nazis was the late great Senator Joe McCarthy. Anti-fascist researcher Alex Constantine, following Mae Brussell, writes, “Joseph McCarthy… was a hands-on Nazi collaborator, having freed Germans interred by the Allies at the end of the war.” McCarthy went on to gain notoriety for his communist witch-hunts, in which he accused everyone but his mother of being a communist or a communist sympathizer. It was a black period of Cold War paranoia, in which citizens were called before the House Un-American Activities Committee; people lost their livelihoods, artists were blacklisted, and lives were ruined. In Jeff Turner’s world, McCarthy was acting at the behest of the World Nazi Network, and he wasn’t really targeting Communists, but Druidic Illuminati. What would Druid-Queen Weld do?

In the early 60’s, Tuesday Weld was cleaning house. According to Turner, Marilyn Monroe was assassinated by Weldian operatives as a warning to the Kennedys, who were threatening to “expose it all.” Indeed, she appears shortly thereafter on a June 1963 cover of Life magazine, supposedly as a sign to the world of her Illuminati authority. Alas, Illuminati sensuality was losing to fascist force, so the Druid Queen started working with the “Overlap,” the contingent of would-be world-controllers who had no problems with working both sides of the Illuminati/International Fascist methodologies. Out of this came the dread force of the Process Church of the Final Judgment, a weird 60’s offshoot of Scientology that worshipped Jehovah, Lucifer, Satan, and (for good measure) Jesus Christ.

The Process (as it’s called) “was keen on the Nazis,” and “more or less” taught Charles Manson “everything he knew.” As a matter of fact, Manson and the Weldian rock-operatives the Rolling Stones appeared in the lurid Process Magazine. The twisted brain of Jeff Turner has it that Manson’s “Family” was a “private execution squad” set up by the Druid Queen to take out rivals like Sharon Tate, an unfortunate victim of this heavy-duty evil. This author would add they probably eliminated rivals in the illicit drug trade, too. Mr. Turner would be “targeted” by the Process for getting too deeply involved in all this, as he says the “Process produced” schlock horror movie The Twisted Brain was meant as a message for him.

Preview of Horror High AKA Twisted Brain – A Process Church produced movie targeting Jeffrey Turner (1974).

The Kennedys, apparently, were assassinated by factions within the Overlap because they were going to expose the nefarious designs of the world-controllers. President JFK was no doubt gunned down by agents of the World Nazi Network, or International Fascism, and Bobby Kennedy was killed by a Nazi/Illuminati team-up. The insane and more than likely brainwashed Sirhan Sirhan, though currently in jail for shooting Bobby Kennedy “put forward the defence that he had been brainwashed by the CIA’s MKULTRA program. He kept a diary, which was presented at trial… [with] an entry on May 18 stating ‘RFK must die'” among other frightening ranting.
 It seems that Sirhan was the idiot patsy, playing a role similar to that of Lee Harvey Oswald, programmed by Illuminati/Rosicrucian technique. The real killer, as some maintain (including Dave Emory), was one Thane Eugene Cesar, a security guard situated directly behind Bobby Kennedy at the time of the shooting. He is reported to have neo-Nazi connections.

With the upstart Kennedys out of the way, and the spirit of the independent counter-culture snuffed out by a combination of Manson style violence and drug induced thought-control, the Druid Illuminati and the International Fascist Movement were free to battle for the hearts and minds of the world’s masses. It appears the Overlap has had great success in placing its operatives in positions of influence and power: one wing of the vulture can operate the media, and the other can direct the military. However, Jeff Turner tells us, a new force in the battle arose in the late 1980’s – the All Nations Movement. Mr. Turner believes it’s a good thing, and he is a “loyal supporter” of this nascent World Government, a World Federation of Nations. He says they will allow us to have “free choice,” a choice, apparently, between Illumination in the Rosicrucian Temple and between subservience in the Fascist Order. The leader of this All Nations Movement, he says, is a “worldwide Sufi Master,” another High Queen. She was also an 80’s pop singer who “hit the top of the charts” at age sixteen. Her name is Tiffany.

I Think We’re Alone Now preview, featuring Tiffany, Jeff Turner, and others.

[Dear reader: if you’ve come this far, you should really go to Untamed Dimensions and listen to The Secret History of the Summer of Love parts I and II. It will blow your mind!]

~ by gorightly on September 12, 2007.

15 Responses to “More on the Tuesday Weld Psychedelic Illuminati Conspiracy”

  1. Hello, Mr. Gorightly. I had no idea you enjoyed my post. It was hard to write, because Jeff Turner covers such wide-ranging history in such symbolic compound ideas. I just found this because I am googling my handle this evening. I don’t look at your blog much, mainly because my iTunes subscription just downloads your show for me and I really enjoy listening to your interviews.

    Your sense of history is very important, I think. We need a guy like you to catalogue all this weirdness for us. The Discordian/Thornley history and the UFO stuff will be very important for future generations.

    If we survive past 2012!!! 😉

    Keep up the good work, and thanks for looking at my work. I hope you keep reading, because I’m still listening.

    Peace and SpudSprouts,


  2. Thanks for the kind words Kultleeder–Also see my recent post on the “I Think We’re Alone Now” Documentary featuring none other than the amazing Jeffrey Deane Turner and his motion picture debut. Keep up the good work yourself.

  3. Hi Adam,
    Jeff is delusional and obsessed. However, he may be onto something. I did some basic research and found he was not liked by Tiffany, at least at first. But then there’s a pic of her and him somewhat recently and she has her arm around him. That was in the “Jeffs Past Girlfriends” clip I think.
    The whole thing seems to make sense based on threads, but that’s all I can find so far, are threads. Nothing solid. Threads can be woven together to create a conspiracy out of nothing. If given enough time, i could write my own every couple years. BUT, I have to ask myself, WHY are all these things connected so tightly. The Beatles…Manson, the Beach Boys, The Stones Song, Helter Skelter, American Pie….
    If Jeff is onto something, he should write a book and lay down the facts that he has. It makes a great story, and if it’s true, then a movie should be made about the issue, not the obsessed fan of a few actresses.
    We need a crack team of investigators on this one right away. And not a team of investigators on crack. It should not be too hard to disprove this absolutely, if it’s not true.
    Time will tell, in the meantime write anytime you like, I enjoy and appreciate your work.

  4. Hi Josh,

    Jeff wouldn’t write a book….that’s not his thing. That’s where I come in. My name is Gorightly, I carry a pen.

    To really dig into this stuff takes time and money, I’ve discovered. And so if someone wants to fund my effforts into these arcane realms please send your donations to my paypal account on…or buy my books. Or better yet, if a major publisher wants to give me a big advance to write the “Jeff Turner Experience”, I’m all ears…

    But seriously, it would take a private investigator to dig into some of this stuff to see if there’s any meat to Jeff’s allegations, startin’ back with Tueday Weld and the mysterious Kristi, to more recent claims surrounding Tiff and Alyssa Milano.

    BTW, look for the next ish of Paranoia mag with an article written by myself and Doug Hawes entitled “The Tuesday Weld Psychedelic Illuminati Conspiracy”. Also, I’ll be interviewing Sean Donnelly, the director of the film on Jeff Turner and Tiffany, “I Think We’re Alone Now”, tomorrow evening (12/27) at 7PM Pacific on “Untamed Dimensions” (There’s a possibility that Mr. Turner may even pay us a visit at that time, so feel free to call in and quiz him!)

    Also, another recent interview with Turner is here:

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  8. More news about Mr. Turner:

  9. Thanks, Robert.

  10. […] More on Jeff Turner’s conspiratorial cosmology here. […]

  11. Hello Mr. Golightly,

    I came across your site while on my way to somewhere’s else, I must say your programs were not what I expected. I listened to the program with Jeff Turner, and I was very impressed by the professionalism and depth of the discussion, Your handling of a dicey topic was excellent. I also liked your interview questions to Turner. Obviously he has issues, but you gave him all the respect one could ask for. He is easy to ridicule, but you didm’t go there. Very well done.

    Regina Swoopes

  12. Thanks, Regina!

  13. Good day! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established blog.

    Is it difficult to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about setting up
    my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do you have any ideas or suggestions? Many thanks

  14. Yes! Finally someone writes about instant hot water heater.

  15. “Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole Of The Law”. Please correct that typo. LVX, ejm

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