October 11, 2022
(Chaplin and Goddard in Modern Times, 1936)
“Goddard’s conception likely took place during an orgy — a fertility ritual and quarterly event that young Hollywood hopefuls are always encouraged to participate in. While it is impossible for us to know who her mother was, she was most likely a beautiful starlet.
Incestuous breeding was the method employed across ages to produce monarchs –pharaohs, emperors, and kings and their bloodlines conferred unto them the divine right to rule over others as demigods and marionettes of an invisible Cabal. Celebrities are modern day demigods and the Revelation of the Method plan included laying out for the masses veiled clues indicating who bred who in the world of celebrity. Should they choose to, the masses could harness these clues to wake themselves up to objective social reality. Doing so would facilitate the impending spiritual evolution of all of humanity for the purpose of empowering individuals to act collectively as co-creators of an altogether new social reality.
This is why the Cabal made sure that the son of Chaplin and Goddard was named Paul. Paul is a truncated and masculinized version of Paulette and a clue offering as to his true mother. Another clue came from Paul Newman when he said he was a god, referring to his movie star looks that resulted from incestuous breeding and qualified him to be worshiped by the masses as a demigod. This was a play on words because, as the son of Goddard, he was indeed a GOD(dard).
When Joe Schenck planned the party aboard his yacht in 1932, he was acting on behalf of the Cabal which had preordained that Paulette Goddard would be inserted into the life of her father Charlie Chaplin a second time. The plan was to parade them as an official couple before the masses in highly publicized spectacles over an eight year period for all the world to witness. This was how the Cabal chose to inform us that the two had bred together and that there was a child for us to eventually discover. Accounts conflict as to whether they married.
The plan also called for them to breed two more children together using movie making as a cover. Immediately, Chaplin began grooming his daughter to become a muse and future leading lady that suited his tastes. His first suggestion was for her to dispense with her blonde hair and allow her naturally dark hair to grow out. Soon they became inseparable and Chaplin applied his creative talents toward developing scripts for movies in which they would star together — Modern Times, released in 1936 and The Great Dictator, released in 1940.