PROJECT Manson Family and Folgers Coffee Intelligence Connection – Prof Hamamoto

Was Abi Folger (sole heir to Folgers family fortune) the “real” / “main” target of the Manson murders?  Wiping her out cleared the way for Starbucks to boom.  Starbucks inside CIA receipt prints out “Starbucks store #1” — wait, wasn’t that supposed to be in Pike Place Market in Seattle?  Bill Gates / Gates family implicated, also.


Abigail Folger was an American socialite, philanthropist, and heiress known for her tragic death in the infamous Manson Family murders in 1969. Born on August 11, 1943, in San Francisco, California, Abigail Anne Folger was the heiress to the Folger coffee fortune. She was the daughter of Peter Folger, chairman of the Folger Coffee Company, and Inez Mejia.

Abigail attended Radcliffe College in Massachusetts, where she studied art history. After graduating, she became involved in various philanthropic endeavors, particularly focusing on civil rights and social justice causes. She also worked for the United Farm Workers union, led by Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, and was passionate about supporting marginalized communities.

Tragically, Abigail Folger’s life was cut short on the night of August 9, 1969, when she was brutally murdered at the age of 26. She was one of five people killed by members of the Manson Family cult at the home of director Roman Polanski and his wife, actress Sharon Tate, in Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles. The murders shocked the nation and marked the end of the 1960s era of peace and love.

Abigail Folger’s legacy lives on through the charitable work she championed during her life. She is remembered as a compassionate and caring individual whose life was tragically taken in one of the most notorious crimes in American history.



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  1. From comments — 36:30 — EA Poe was poesoned by Jesuits to silence his self-proclaimed greatest (and longest) work nearly nobody now knows, EUREKA, which directly countered the Jesuitical theory of cosmology (and thus the human-diminuating “Big Bang” and “infinitude”) by explaining Olber’s Paradox as ‘an infinite number of stars would turn night into day’. Poe was the then-Oprah level celebrity and presented significant trouble for the Jesuits trying to foist more of their anti-human, anti-Protestant theoretical balderdash.


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