Churchill & the Astrologist!
Submitted by researcher T.Stokes
IIf you believe his own publicity, Louis de Wohl was employed by the wartime British government to suggest what advice the astrologer Karl Ernst Krafft might be giving the Third Reich, and how astrology could win the war for Britain. We really have only de Wohl's own written record on this, and now history must dictate a closer look and a re-appraisal.

Born Ludwig Von Wohl, on Jan 24th 1903 in Berlin, he, like many Jews, started his professional life as a banker, but his heart was in acting and he eventually found work writing small film scripts. In 1938 de Wohl came to Britain as a Hungarian refugee: posing as one of Hitler’s astrologers, he claimed inside knowledge of Third Reich generals, and was taken on in Churchill’s Black team of occultists. He was soon promoted to his own suite at the luxurious Grosvenor House Hotel in Park lane in 1940, and given the task of producing horoscopes for battle outcomes and the German high command.

Never a real astrologer, this was a cover for his position as part of the I.R.D.or Information Research Dept’s 'dirty tricks brigade', which produced anti-German literature. Among his many powerful friends was Litzi Friedman, the wife of superspy Kim Philby. According to her wartime security file, she ran the local Jewish underground cell that assisted the Soviet cause. Another was Abraham Gamse, who, under the name Abram Games, was Churchill’s producer of propaganda pictures and posters, and faked some superb photographs. Millionaire Phil Share ran safe houses, black marketeering and money laundering, Herbert Morrison (who claimed to have the ear of Churchill all through the war) was Home Office minister and a soviet sympathizer who was part of economic fund management, and a key link in the “Oneg Shabbat” ( wartime Jewish underground ) It was when Morrison was Foreign secretary that the Burgess and MacLean spy scandal exploded. Although it has never been discovered who warned them, M I 6 is governed by the Foreign Secretary, and the Home Office governs M I 5. Morrison had dominion over both positions.

Soviet masterspy Ruth Werner, alias Ursula Kuczysky ( codenamed Sonja ) whose own security file runs to over 70 pages, was to service Oxford , as Yuri Modin and others serviced the socialist traitors at Cambridge. In her debriefings she refused to talk about Atom spy Klaus Fuchs, but did say she was protected by Lord Rothschild, who also protected the “Cambridge Apostles” . It was Rothschild’s bank that in 1936 bought the services of Winston Churchill to lead the call for another war on Germany for £50,000, a huge sum in those days. Kuczynsky also suggested that Britain’s most popular Prime Minister in contemporary polls, Neville Chamberlain, who was forced into resignation and died in Nov 9th 1940, was probably murdered. Although various commentators have labelled Chamberlain as an “appeaser” to the Nazis, Churchill can be seen in the same light in his attitude to the Jews and the Soviets.
In fact, the intelligence community actually saw the Soviets as a bigger threat to national and global security than the Nazi Third Reich. Churchill changed parties four times during his career, and because of his initials W.C. he was known in parliament as “the shithouse”!

When Britain broke the Enigma codes and was reading all the German secret signals, the Government knew all about the concentration camps, but were forbidden by Rothschild to intervene. Remember it was the Rothschild banking syndicate who funded both Britain’s war effort, and also that of Germany. Louis De Wohl as a member of the American screen writers guild, was connected to the U.S film industry, which was investigated so thoroughly by J. Edgar Hoover as “Un-American". Ex president Ronald Reagan and John Wayne were covert informants for many years. After the war, when Churchill was thrown out of office, he was given a bugged luxury suite at Claridge’s hotel, paid for by film magnate Allex Korda, real name Sandor Laszlo Kellner. Subsequently, when Rothschild stopped paying the drinks bill, it was taken up by film maker Sam Goldwyn. Louis De Wohl was part of the team who went to the U S A to work covertly on ways of dragging America into the war, and the British Security Coordination ( B S C ) l
ed by William Stephenson ("Intrepid") Stevenson ran 3000 sub agents working in secret to produce race hate pamphlets, putting anti-German fake news on the radio and in the newspapers. The group promulgated rumours that Hitler was insane, homosexual or physically malformed, that he wanted to attack America and divide it into five zones ruled by the SS, and that his ultimate ambition was to be King of the World. Leaflets were distributed claiming that anyone either supporting German views, or not supporting American entry into the war, would have their tyres let down, their families attacked and be the victim of other nuisance tactics.

In the U.S.A, De Wohl worked from the Rockefeller Centre in Manhattan to widen the scope for generating profits from the war, with the secret connivance of President Roosevelt and the C.F.R.
He was given restricted war information to boost and bulk out his fake predictions, and charged vast sums to interested punters for individual planetary charts, while wearing fake army uniforms or dressed in women’s clothing. The forerunner to the C.I.A the O.S.S have some amusing comments in the agent’s comments archives, yet he was later to marry the novelist and activist Ruth Feiner, and to write several rather good Catholic inspired novels.

During the War, De Wohl became a familiar character in the pubs of London’s Edgware Rd, and his close friend Harry Etting remembered his large cigars, card tricks and fake gold headed notepaper. Herbert Morrison was to say that de Wohl was the best card sharp he ever met!

An intelligent and very funny man at times, de Wohl played a leading role in Churchill’s “Black Team” (often referred to in wartime documents as the “Black Group” ) which generated propaganda and spread distortions of the truth. They produced spurious Nostradamus pamphlets which were dropped over Germany, and the much used term “The Special Relationship” was coined by them. (This of course never existed: America has always demanded the highest possible price for any assistance they give the UK) Churchill’s famous phrase, “The Iron Curtain” was hijacked by the Black Group for a critical speech in the US: actually it was first used in a suffragette manifesto during W.W.1

Their combined knowledge of the occult was used to great effect by the Information Research Dept, who was behind the revenge prosecution of medium Helen Duncan for revealing the sinking of the Hood, the Barham, and the merchantman Wilhelm Gustoff with the loss of 8000 German civilian lives (So great a war crime was this that it is still kept secret!) It is also suggested that they originated the idea of assassinating the Polish leader General Sikorski, following his request that the International Red Cross investigate the Katyn massacre

Louis de Wohl died in 1961 in Switzerland