Dunham, Oklahoma And The Petro Club Part 1


Copyright 2012

I did a post before, called “There’s Something About… Archie Dunham”

It covered his oil history, Oklahoma and the connections. Let me give you the basics about Archie here;








hummm..Back to Kimberly CLARK and Kimberly mines in Africa ?

Plasma too ?

So, I have this from long ago too, as well as so much old info on the Lowe, Lowrey Loughrey, Lloyd, Moore, Marci/Macy,  Phillips, McKenzie, Davis, Thompson, Ford, Shelley, Marshall, Pierce, Perry names that I find the new information today even more stunning.




Brother of Ian, he connects to Guinness and Iran royal family.


Now the Davis/ Davos/ Davis name connects to Ralph K. Davies of Standard oil. That is on another post. His wife was Louise Marion. They owned The Bella Vista Ranch.

Then today I read the name again ?

Stephen Dunham, actor, dead at 48 of a heart attack. Wife Alexandra LEE. Really ?

He connects to a person named Alan BELL ? as well as GRAHAM Patrick  DUNHAM ?

This information is connecting again maybe ? So I look at names, and what do I find but the same names again I am working on other posts.


We need to look more here in comments. This is all very confusing.

Could this all be another coincidence again ?

Let’s GUESS ?


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38 Responses to Dunham, Oklahoma And The Petro Club Part 1

  1. Renee says:

    The Bakken formation /ˈbɑːkən/ is a rock unit from the Late Devonian to Early Mississippian age occupying about 200,000 square miles (520,000 km2) of the subsurface of the Williston Basin, underlying parts of Montana, North Dakota, and Saskatchewan. The formation was initially described by geologist J.W. Nordquist in 1953.[2] The formation is entirely in the subsurface, and has no surface outcrop. It is named after Henry Bakken, a farmer in Williston, North Dakota who owned the land where the formation was initially discovered.[3]

    Besides being a widespread prolific source rock for oil when thermally mature, there are also significant producible reserves of oil within the Bakken formation itself.[4] Oil was first discovered within the Bakken in 1951, but efforts to produce it have reached difficulties historically. An April 2008 USGS report estimated the amount of technically recoverable oil using technology readily available at the end of 2007 within the Bakken Formation at 3.0 to 4.3 billion barrels (680,000,000 m3), with a mean of 3.65 billion.[5] The state of North Dakota also released a report that month which estimated that there are 2.1 billion barrels (330,000,000 m3) of technically recoverable oil in the Bakken.[6] Various other estimates place the total reserves, recoverable and non-recoverable with today’s technology, at up to 24 billion barrels. The most recent estimate places the figure at 18 billion barrels.[7]

    New rock fracturing technology available starting in 2008 has caused a recent boom in Bakken production. By the end of 2010 oil production rates had reached 458,000 barrels (72,800 m3) per day outstripping the capacity to ship oil out of the Bakken.[8][9] The production technology gain has led a veteran industry insider to declare that the USGS estimates are too low.

    History of Bakken oil resource estimatesA landmark paper by Dow and a companion paper by Williams (1974) recognized the Bakken formation as a major source for the oil produced in the Williston Basin. These papers suggested that the Bakken was capable of generating 10 billion barrels (1.6×109 m3) of oil (BBbls). Webster (1982, 1984) as part of a Master’s thesis at the University of North Dakota further sampled and analyzed the Bakken and calculated the hydrocarbon potential to be about 92 BBbls. These data were updated by Schmoker and Hester (1983) who estimated that the Bakken might contain a resource of 132 BBbls of oil in North Dakota and Montana. A research paper by USGS geochemist Leigh Price in 1999 estimated the total amount of oil contained in the Bakken shale ranged from 271 billion to 503 billion barrels (8.00×1010 m3), with a mean of 413 billion barrels (6.57×1010 m3).[14] While others before him had begun to realize that the oil generated by the Bakken shales had remained within the Bakken, it was Price, who had spent much of his career studying the Bakken, who particularly stressed this point. If he was right, the large amounts of oil remaining in this formation would make it a prime oil exploration target. However, Price died in 2000 before his research could be peer-reviewed and published. Nevertheless, the drilling and production successes in much of the Bakken beginning with the Elm Coulee Oil Field discovery in 2000 have proven correct his claim that the oil generated by the Bakken shale was still there. New estimates of the amount of hydrocarbons generated by the Bakken were presented by Meissner and Banks (2000) and by Flannery and Kraus (2006). The first of these papers tested a newly developed computer model with existing Bakken data to estimate generated oil of 32 BBbls. The second paper used a more sophisticated computer program with extensive data input supplied by the ND Geological Survey and Oil and Gas Division. Early numbers generated from this information placed the value at 200 BBbls later revised to 300 BBbls when the paper was presented in 2006.”.[15] In April 2008, a report issued by the state of North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources estimated that the North Dakota portion of the Bakken contained 167 billion barrels (2.66×1010 m3) of oil.[6]

    While these numbers would appear to indicate a very large oil resource, the percentage of this oil which might be extracted using current technology is another matter. Estimates of the Bakken’s technically recoverable oil have ranged from as low as 1% — because the Bakken shale has generally low porosity and low permeability, making the oil difficult to extract — to Leigh Price’s estimate of 50% recoverable.[16] Reports issued by both the USGS and the state of North Dakota in April 2008 seem to indicate the lower range of recoverable estimates are more realistic with current technology.

    The flurry of drilling activity in the Bakken, coupled with the wide range of estimates of in-place and recoverable oil, led North Dakota senator Byron Dorgan to ask the USGS to conduct a study of the Bakken’s potentially recoverable oil. In April 2008 the USGS released this report, which estimated the amount of technically recoverable, undiscovered oil in the Bakken formation at 3.0 to 4.3 billion barrels (680,000,000 m3), with a mean of 3.65 billion.[5] Later that month, the state of North Dakota’s report [6] estimated that of the 167 billion barrels (2.66×1010 m3) of oil in-place in the North Dakota portion of the Bakken, 2.1 billion barrels (330,000,000 m3) were technically recoverable with current technology.

    In 2011, a senior manager at Continental Resources Inc. (CRI) declared that the “Bakken play in the Williston basin could become the world’s largest discovery in the last 30-40 years”, as ultimate recovery from the overall play is now estimated at 24 billion bbls.[17] (Note : the recent discoveries off the coast of Brazil should be greater, with proven reserves of 30 billion,[18] and a potential for 50 to 80.[19]) This considerable increase has been made possible by the combined use of horizontal drilling, fracking, and a large number of wells drilled. While these technologies have been consistently in use since the 1980s, Bakken is the place where they are being most heavily used : 150 active rigs in the play and a rate of 1,800 added wells per year. CRI developed a technology allowing its rigs to move a few hundred yards on hydraulic “feet”, increasing the rate of well drilling.

  2. Renee says:

    Continental Resources is a Top 10 petroleum liquids producer in the United States and the largest leaseholder in the nation’s premier oil play, the Bakken Play of North Dakota and Montana. Based in Oklahoma City, the company also has a leading presence in the Anadarko Woodford Play of Oklahoma and the Red River Units Play of North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. Founded in 1967, Continental’s growth strategy has focused on crude oil since the 1980s.

    [edit] Timeline1967 Harold Hamm founds Shelly Dean Oil Co., Continental’s predecessor
    1974 Harold Hamm begins drilling a series of successful producing wells in Oklahoma
    1983 Harold Hamm drills 17 dry holes in a row
    1985 Harold Hamm acquires Petro-Lewis and 500+ oil and gas wells, it remains our largest acquisition
    1990 Harold Hamm renames his oil and gas production/operations company Continental Resources
    1991 Continental Resources discovers Ames Hold, one of only 6 oil-producing meteorite craters in the nation
    1992 Continental purchases headquarters buildings in downtown Enid, OK
    1993 Continental expands into the Rocky Mountain region and begins using 3-D seismic
    1995 Continental discovers what was later described as the Cedar Hills Field in North Dakota – the 7th largest onshore field in the lower 48 United States ranked by liquid proved reserves – and is the 1st to develop it exclusively through precision horizontal drilling
    2003 Continental enters the North Dakota Bakken with a purchase of 300,000 acres
    2004 Continental completes the Robert Heuer 1-17R in Divide County, the 1st commercially successful well in the North Dakota Bakken to be both horizontally drilled and fracture stimulated
    2007 Continental is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: CLR)
    2008 Continental is the 1st to complete a horizontal well in the Three Forks zone
    2010 Continental introduces the ECO-Pad® drilling technique
    2010 Continental surpasses the 500-employee mark
    2012 Continental officially moves headquarters to Oklahoma City

    Industry Petroleum
    Founder(s) Harold Hamm, CEO
    Headquarters Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    Products Oil & Natural Gas
    Employees 700 (July 2012)

  3. Renee says:

    Continental Energy Corporation http://www.continentalenergy.com/ – Continental Energy Corporation
    Continental is a small oil and gas exploration company focused entirely on making a major oil or gas discovery in Indonesia, one of the few places in the world,

  4. Renee says:

    Company History – ConocoPhillips
    http://www.conocophillips.com/EN/about/who_we_are/history Company History – ConocoPhillips

    Conoco Inc. Conoco Inc. began in 1875 as the Continental Oil and Transportation Co. Based in Ogden, Utah, the company distributed coal, oil, kerosene, grease

  5. Renee says:

    Chesapeake’s ‘Uncle’ Archie Dunham to Steer CEO to Divest …

    Jun 22, 2012 … (CHK) Chairman Archie Dunham’s biggest challenge may be … USC Unveils Unique Business Program on Three Continents … When he departed ConocoPhillips in October 2004, oil had rebounded to $50 for a new record.

  6. Renee says:

    JOHN F. BROWN – The CEO Clubs

    sion, he worked under Archie Dunham, President of Conti- nental Oil Company. While on special assignment for Conoco in October of 1974, John met a gentle- …

  7. Renee says:

    Creating Ethical Culture PDF – Ethics Ops

    Archie Dunham retired last year as chairman of ConocoPhillips, the seventh largest … of the Continental Oil and Transportation Company, Conoco’s history was …

  8. Renee says:


    Dunham Bush Hitachi SR-30 Oil Replacement
    Our Dunham Bush Hitachi SR-30 lubricant was formulated specifically to address the traditional sh..

  9. Renee says:

    John Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley (born 1948), Baron Browne of Madingley, former Group Chief Executive of BP
    John Browne (Fine Gael) (born 1936), Irish Fine Gael politician
    John Browne (Fianna Fáil) (born 1948), Irish Fianna Fáil politician
    John Browne (UK politician) (born 1938), UK Conservative MP for Winchester, 1979–1992
    John Browne (MP for Morpeth), in 1601, MP for Morpeth (UK Parliament constituency)
    John Browne (Parliamentarian) (1582–1659), English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1621 and 1653
    John Browne (MP for Gloucester) (died 1639), Member of Parliament for Gloucester
    John T. Browne (1845–1941), mayor of Houston
    John Denis Browne, Member of the UK Parliament for Mayo
    John Browne, 1st Baron Kilmaine (1726–1794), Irish politician
    John Browne, 1st Marquess of Sligo (1756–1809), Irish peer and politician
    John Browne, 1st Earl of Altamont (c. 1709–1776), Irish peer and politician
    John Ferguson Browne (born 1920), former Canadian politician, manager and traffic manager
    [edit] othersJohn Harris Browne (1817–1904), English born explorer of Australia
    John Browne (composer) (died 1505), composer represented by several pieces in the Eton choirbook
    John C. Browne, former director of Los Alamos National Laboratory
    John Browne (King’s Gunfounder) (died 1651), first holder of the post of King’s Gunfounder (in 1615)
    John Browne (academic) (died 1764), Master of University College, Oxford (1742–1762)
    John Browne (anatomist) (1642–1702), British anatomist and surgeon
    John Browne (hurler) (born 1976), former Irish hurler
    John Browne (artist) (1741–1801), British engraver and landscape artist
    John Browne (sheriff) (died 1589), Irish mapmaker and sheriff
    John Browne, 4th Marquess of Sligo (1824–1903)
    John Collis Browne (1819–1884), British Army officer
    John Henry Browne (born 1946), criminal defense attorney practicing in Seattle, Washington
    John Ross Browne (1821–1875), Irish-American writer

  10. Renee says:

    Edmund John Philip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley, FRS, FREng (born 20 February 1948) is President of the Royal Academy of Engineering and was group Chief Executive of BP until his resignation on 1 May 2007. Since 2001, he has been a crossbench member of the House of Lords.

    Contents [show]
    1 Early life and education
    2 Career at BP
    2.1 Resignation
    3 Current activities
    4 The Browne Review
    5 Cuts and safety record controversy
    6 Personal life
    7 References
    8 External links

    [edit] Early life and educationBrowne was born in Hamburg, Germany, to a British Army officer father and a Hungarian Auschwitz survivor.[1] His father also worked in civilian life for Anglo-Persian Oil, which later became British Petroleum. He was educated at the King’s School, Ely and St John’s College, Cambridge, where he earned a First Class Bachelor’s degree in Physics. In addition to his degree in Physics from Cambridge University, he holds an MS in Business from Stanford University, California. He worked as a GCE and GCSE History examiner for examining board AQA during the early days of his career.

    [edit] Career at BPAt the suggestion of his father, Browne joined BP as an apprentice in 1966 while still at university and remained with the corporation throughout his career. Between 1969 and 1983, he held a variety of exploration and production posts in Anchorage, Alaska, New York, San Francisco, London and Canada. In 1984 he became Group Treasurer and Chief Executive of BP Finance International. In April 1986, he took up the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Standard Oil of Ohio in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1987, following the BP/Standard merger, in addition to his position as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of BP America, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Standard Oil Production Company. In 1989, he became Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BP Exploration based in London. In September 1991, he joined BP’s board as a Managing Director. He was appointed Group Chief Executive on 10 June 1995 after the government sold its last remaining stake in the company. Following the merger of BP and Amoco, he became Group Chief Executive of the combined group on 31 December 1998 until 1 May 2007. He was one of the most highly paid executives in the UK with a remuneration package of approximately £5.7 million in 2004.

    From 1997, Browne sought to re-brand BP as a “green” energy company.[1] The company linked itself in its corporate communications with green issues by the overt link of its BP initials with the phrase “Beyond Petroleum”. Browne stated that the right to self-determination was crucial for people everywhere, and that he saw his company’s mission as to find ways to meet current needs without excessive harm to the environment, while developing future, more sustainable sources of energy. He promised that BP would cut its production of CO2 by 10% by 2010, although it is as yet unproved whether BP met this goal in the wake of Browne’s departure.

    [edit] ResignationIt was announced on 25 July 2006 that Browne would stand down as chief executive of BP in December 2008. There had been press speculation that he had wished to continue beyond this date, but he made it clear that he did not wish to do so. On 6 January 2007, Browne won his first interim injunction against the allegations by his former partner Jeff Chevalier being published. He later disclosed being “terrified” that his sexuality would be revealed publicly.[2] A week later it was announced that his retirement date had been brought forward to July 2007 and that he would be succeeded by Tony Hayward.[3] In April 2007, after a court case lasting over four weeks, Browne appealed to the Judicial Committee of the House of Lords, who ruled that he could not prevent Associated Newspapers from printing allegations about his romantic life and alleged misuse of company funds.[4] Lord Browne resigned from BP on 1 May 2007,[5][6] and resigned as a non-executive director of Goldman Sachs on 10 May 2007.

    At the time he faced allegations that he had supported his partner, Canadian Jeff Chevalier, throughout their four-year relationship, and when Chevalier moved back to Toronto at the end of the relationship, that Browne paid for 12 months of a lease on an apartment.[7] Browne says he felt he was under pressure to resign due to UK newspaper Mail on Sunday revelations about his personal life and relationship with Chevalier. As part of a statement made at the time of his resignation, he commented: “In my 41 years with BP, I have kept my private life separate from my business life. I have always regarded my sexuality as a personal matter, to be kept private. It is a matter of deep disappointment that a newspaper group has now decided that allegations about my personal life should be made public.”[8]

    Browne faced charges of perjury for lying to the court over how he met Chevalier. Browne in a deposition to the court initially said the pair had met when they were both exercising in Battersea Park. Browne later admitted this was a lie. He acknowledged that he had actually met Chevalier via a commercial gay escort website, Suited and Booted.[2][9] However, Mr Justice Eady, the presiding judge in the case, said he decided not to refer the matter to the Attorney General with regard to possible perjury charges, as disclosure in the judgement of Lord Browne’s behaviour was “probably sufficient punishment”,[10] adding Browne’s “willingness to tell a deliberate lie to the court, persisted in for about two weeks, … is relevant in assessing his own credibility … So too is his willingness casually to ‘trash’ the reputation of Mr Chevalier and to discredit him in the eyes of the court”.[11]

    BP chairman, Peter Sutherland, said that a review into claims that company assets and resources had been abused were “unfounded or insubstantive”.[12]

    [edit] Current activitiesBrowne is currently Managing Director and Managing Partner (Europe) of Riverstone Holdings LLC. He became President of the Royal Academy of Engineering in July 2006. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2006. In 1998, he was knighted[13] by Queen Elizabeth II and in 2001 named by the House of Lords Appointments Commission[14] as one of the “people’s peers” taking the title Baron Browne of Madingley, of Cambridge in the County of Cambridgeshire,[15][16] and becoming a crossbencher in the House of Lords. In 2000 he was the recipient of the FIRST Responsible Capitalism Award.[17] He was appointed a Trustee of the Tate Gallery on 1 August 2007 and Chair of the Trustees in January 2009.[18] In November 2009 it was announced that Lord Browne would chair an independent review into university tuition fees which reported in October 2010.[19] In December 2009 the Review panel revealed that the average graduate premium in the UK, the increase in lifetime salary of a degree compared to 2 A levels, had fallen to just £100,000 (before debt).[20] In June 2010 he was appointed as the Government’s Lead Non-Executive Director, charged with recruiting business leaders to reformed departmental boards.[21] Contrary to many mistaken reports, Lord Browne’s role is not to identify or implement government budget cuts.[citation needed]

    In October 2010 it was announced that Lord Browne had been appointed chairman of the advisory board at Stanhope Capital as the asset manager gears up for international expansion. The former chief executive of BP will help advise on attracting investment from charities and endowment trusts, which at present make up a small number of the Stanhope’s total clients

  11. Renee says:

    Mabel Bulteel was the daughter of John Bulteel and Euphemia Emily Parsons.1 She married Lt.-Col. Charles Russell Staveley, son of Geberal Sir Charles William Dunbar Staveley and Susan Millicent Minet, on 20 September 1899.1 She died on 1 November 1946.1
    From 20 September 1899, her married name became Staveley.1
    Child of Mabel Bulteel and Lt.-Col. Charles Russell Staveley
    Sylvia Beatrice Staveley+2 b. 1903, d. 27 Jul 1996
    [S40] L. G. Pine, editor, Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, 17th edition, (London, England: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1952), page 305. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Landed Gentry, 17th ed.
    [S1605] J.N. Houterman, “re: Crosby Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 6 February 2006. Hereinafter cited as “re: Crosby Family.”

    John Macgregor1
    M, #184146

    Last Edited=7 Feb 2006
    Child of John Macgregor
    Rt. Hon. Sir William Macgregor+1 b. 20 Oct 1846, d. 3 Jul 1919
    [S1605] J.N. Houterman, “re: Crosby Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 6 February 2006. Hereinafter cited as “re: Crosby Family.”
    Mary Cocks1
    F, #184147

    Last Edited=7 Feb 2006
    Mary Cocks married Rt. Hon. Sir William Macgregor, son of John Macgregor, in 1883.
    From 1883, her married name became Macgregor.1
    Child of Mary Cocks and Rt. Hon. Sir William Macgregor
    Viti Macgregor+1 d. 13 Sep 1918
    [S1605] J.N. Houterman, “re: Crosby Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 6 February 2006. Hereinafter cited as “re: Crosby Family.”
    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley1
    M, #184148, b. 20 February 1948

    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley|b. 20 Feb 1948|p18415.htm#i184148|Edmund John Browne||p18415.htm#i184149|Paula Wesz||p18415.htm#i184150|||||||||||||

    Last Edited=11 May 2006
    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley was born on 20 February 1948.1 He is the son of Edmund John Browne and Paula Wesz.1
    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley usually went by his middle name of John.2 He was with BP in 1966.1 He graduated from St. John’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, with a Master of Arts (M.A.).1 He graduated from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, U.S.A., with a Master of Science in Business (M.S.).1 He was invested as a Fellow, Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (F.I.M.M.).1 He was invested as a Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering (F.R.Eng.).1 He was invested as a Fellow, Institute of Physics (F.Inst.P.).1 He was managing director of BP between 1991 and 1998.1 He was Group Chief Executive of BP between 1995 and 1998.1 He was Honorary Fellow in 1997 at St. John’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.1 He was invested as a Knight in 1998.1 He was Chief Executive Officer of BP in 1998.1 He was decorated with the award of Prince Philip Medal of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 1999.1 He was created Baron Browne of Madingley, of Cambridge in the County of Cambridgeshire [U.K. Life Peer] on 28 June 2001.1
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 542. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S134] Heraldic Media Ltd., online http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/, Patrick Cracoft-Brennan (Cracroft Peerage Database v5.2), downloaded 1 November 2006.
    Edmund John Browne1
    M, #184149

    Last Edited=7 Feb 2006
    Edmund John Browne married Paula Wesz.
    Child of Edmund John Browne and Paula Wesz
    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley1 b. 20 Feb 1948
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 542. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Paula Wesz1
    F, #184150

    Last Edited=7 Feb 2006
    Paula Wesz married Edmund John Browne.
    Her married name became Browne.1
    Child of Paula Wesz and Edmund John Browne
    Edmund John Phillip Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley1 b. 20 Feb 1948

    He looks like Dudley Moore *

    Marcy Moore the pinup;

    And another Brown(e)
    Just GUESS again !
    Spouse(s) Anne Gust

    Now note his swearing in by Judge WRIGHT *
    That WRIGHT name goes to the group DrKate mentioned yesterday. Evens, Code Pink, Anna Duke, Ann Wright etc…Bill Ayers and Weather Underground *

    • Renee says:

      MacGreggor ?
      Like Daisy ?
      Like CASH registers?
      ALLYN cash registers ? NCR ? Watson-IBM ? Diebold ? Voting machines ?
      Like Daisy Canfield Moreno ? Danzinger ?
      Like Gregorios Rasputin who’s dauughter was in the circus with Gloria MORGAN ?
      Like CHANTING ?
      Like Gregory PECK ? Like Gregory PECK’s mom Bunny Ayers/ Ayres ?
      Ayershire in Ireland ?

      2012 – The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans http://www.pdsoros.org/current_fellows/ – 2012 – The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans
      In his first year he won the James Howard McGregor Award, given to “the graduate student [who] shows unusual promise as a teacher of zoology.” Daniel also …

      scholarships http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/student/finaid/scholarships.html – scholarships
      Irene and Daisy MacGregor Memorial Scholarship Contact Committee Services …. Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans 400 West 59th Street, …

      ***NOTE*** GORDON***

      That Daisy, Canfield, Moreno name goes to Jake Danziger and more. It also goes to Cecil and Virginia Goeldner. Cecil’s grandma was Emma Canfield.

      Daisy Emma CANFIELD freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fitchett/Person_Sheets/ps10/ps10…
      Jan 17, 2012 … Daisy C. Canfield Danziger Moreno was killed instantly in an automobile accident when her car went over the cliff up on Mulholland Drive, Los …

      Daisy Emma CANFIELD – WorldConnect Project wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dfitchett&id=I4695
      Aug 1, 2012 … Daisy C. Canfield Danziger Moreno was killed instantly in an automobile accident when her car went over the cliff up on Mulholland Drive, Los …

      • Renee says:

        Helen CANFIELD Davis. Mark Davis told me her real father was GUSTAV SNOW(E)
        When he died her mother married Gerald PECK. Helen was born in 1923. She married Frank Marshall Davis in 1946 when she was 23. Frank had been married before. Frank wrote under or used the name Robert Boganey from his stepfather I believe as well as publishing Sex Rebel Black under the name Bob Green(e)

        See also Peck’s Bad Boys*

        This information was given on the post titled
        “Frank-ly Speaking Again”
        It is a very old post.

    • Renee says:

      Parsons *
      Jack Parsons may refer to:

      Jack Parsons (academic and filmmaker) (1920–2006), sociologist, advocate of population control
      Jack Parsons (cricketer) (1890–1981), English first class cricketer for Warwickshire County Cricket Club
      Jack Parsons (producer) (1907–1971), British film producer, see Curse of the Fly ‎
      John Whiteside Parsons (1914–1952), American occultist and rocket propulsion researcher at the California Institute of Technology.

      John Whiteside Parsons (born Marvel Whiteside Parsons on October 2, 1914 – died June 17, 1952), better known as Jack Parsons, was an American rocket propulsion researcher at the California Institute of Technology. He was one of the principal founders of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Aerojet Corp. He was also an occultist and one of the first Americans to take a keen interest in the writings of English author and Thelema’s founder Aleister Crowley. In this capacity, he joined and eventually led an American lodge of Crowley’s magical order, Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).[1]

      Contents [show]
      1 Biography
      1.1 Youth
      1.2 Parsons and the Space Age
      1.3 Parsons and the occult
      1.4 Babalon Working and Marjorie Cameron
      1.5 Death
      2 Personal life
      2.1 Religious beliefs
      2.2 Politics
      3 Parsons in popular culture
      4 Honors
      5 Bibliography
      6 References
      7 External links

      [edit] Biography[edit] YouthParsons was the only child of a rich but dysfunctional family.[citation needed] When he was a teenager his father walked out on his mother and him. Parsons landed a job with the Hercules Powder Company while still a senior in high school. The following year, he entered Pasadena Junior College and spent two years at the University of Southern California, although he did not graduate.

      Parsons and Helen Northrup were married in April 1935.[2]

      [edit] Parsons and the Space AgeIn 1936, Parsons joined the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory (GALCIT) of the California Institute of Technology, where he worked for Frank Malina and Theodore von Kármán in Pasadena.

      While his formal education was limited, Parsons demonstrated tremendous scientific aptitude and genius, particularly in chemistry. His rocket research was some of the earliest in the United States, and his pioneering work in the development of solid fuel and the invention of JATO units for aircraft was of great importance to the start of humanity’s space age. The noted engineer Theodore von Kármán, Parsons’ friend and benefactor, declared that the work of Parsons and his peers helped usher in the age of space travel.[3] Parsons co-founded the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, commonly referred to as JPL. According to von Kármán, Parsons’ work in solid fuel research “… made possible such outstanding rockets as the Polaris and the Minuteman.[4]

      It was in 1942, the same year Parsons was appointed as head of the Agapé Lodge by Aleister Crowley (who himself had studied chemistry), that Parsons made the crucial breakthrough in the development of rocket solid fuel. Following intuition, Parsons switched from black powder to asphalt and potassium perchlorate.[5] Compared with Peenemünde, the contemporary German army research facility, America was finally in the race for rocket propulsion with solid fuel for the space age.

      [edit] Parsons and the occultParsons saw no contradiction between his scientific and magical pursuits. Before each rocket test launch, Parsons would chant Crowley’s hymn to the Greek god Pan.[6] In 1942 Parsons was chosen by Aleister Crowley to lead Agapé Lodge of OTO in California following Crowley’s expulsion of Wilfred Smith from the position.[7]

      Sara Northrup (aka “Sarah Elizabeth” or “Betty” Northrup), began living with Parsons and Parsons’ wife, Sara’s half-sister Helen Northrup; later, Parsons and Sara became involved in an affair, which caused strife with Helen and eventually led to Helen leaving with Wilfred Smith.

      Parsons’ 11-room home, nicknamed “The Parsonage”, became a boarding house for a variety of artists and eccentrics, including journalist Nieson Himmel, physicist Robert Cornog, and author and future Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard became involved with Parsons’ mistress Sara Northrup and they would later marry.

      [edit] Babalon Working and Marjorie CameronParsons, a science fiction fan, had read in the fantasy pulp magazine Unknown the 1940 original shorter version of Jack Williamson “Darker Than You Think”. Parsons had identified the redheaded female love interest of the protagonist with Babalon or the “Scarlet Woman”, who Crowley had prophesied would help to fulfill the Aeon of Horus and announce to the world the end of the Aeon of Osiris represented by Christianity and other patriarchal religions and social institutions. In 1946, Parsons and Hubbard (whose works Fear and Typewriter in the Sky, among others, had actually appeared in Unknown) participated in a work of ceremonial magic known as the Babalon Working. In simple terms, the Babalon Working was a ritual to summon this Scarlet Woman. Paul Rydeen writes:

      The purpose of Parson’s [sic] operation has been underemphasized. He sought to produce a magickal child who would be a product of her environment rather than of her heredity. Crowley himself describes the Moonchild in just these terms. The Babalon Working itself was preparation for what was to come: a Thelemic messiah.[8]

      Crowley, who lived in England at this time and had little say over the matter, disagreed strenuously. Though he had never met him, Crowley had no love for Hubbard and considered him a con artist with plans to abscond with Parsons’ money and current girlfriend.

      Almost immediately he met Marjorie Cameron right in his own home, and regarded her as the Scarlet Woman and the fulfillment of the ritual. Parsons, Hubbard, and Cameron then proceeded to the next stage of the Babalon Working in which Cameron acted as Parsons’ magical sexual partner with whom he could sire a Moonchild. The creation of this Moonchild had been previously covered in fictional form in Crowley’s novel Moonchild. Parsons ended the ritual by declaring it successful. A physical child was not conceived, but this did not affect the results of the ritual, as Parsons and Cameron soon married.

      In January 1946, Parsons, Sarah Northrup, and Hubbard began a boat dealing company named Allied Enterprises. Parsons put in the sum of approximately $21,000 of which Hubbard contributed $1,200. Just as Crowley had predicted, Hubbard eventually abandoned Parsons and their business plans, leaving for a port in Florida with the boat and with Sarah. Parsons retreated to his hotel room and attempted to summon a typhoon in retribution (viz., with an evocation of Bartzabel[9]—an intelligence presiding over the astrological forces associated with the planet Mars). A squall developed at sea and ripped the sails from the boat, forcing the ship back to port where Hubbard and Sarah were detained by the U.S. Coast Guard.[10] A Florida court later dissolved the poorly-contracted business, ordered repayment of debts to Parsons, and awarded ownership of the boat to Hubbard. Parsons resigned his leadership of the Agapé Lodge and sold The Parsonage in 1946.

      [edit] DeathFritz Zwicky, a member of the original Aerojet team, disliked Parsons, and described him as a “dangerous man.” This pronouncement would prove prophetic, at least for Parsons himself. On 17 June 1952 Parsons was killed by an explosion of fulminate of mercury at his home laboratory. Though gravely injured, he survived the immediate explosion, but he died of his wounds a few hours later. Distraught, Parsons’ mother killed herself just hours after he died.[3]

      Unsubstantiated rumors of suicide, murder, or a magical ritual gone wrong have attempted to explain Parsons’ death. However, Parsons did store many volatile chemicals and compounds in his laboratory and had been working to finish a contract for a special effects firm.[3]

      [edit] Personal life[edit] Religious beliefs”No philosophy, theory, religion, or system of thought can be absolute and infallible. They are relative only. One man’s opinion is just as good as another’s.”

      Jack Parsons[11]Parsons adhered to the religion of Thelema, which had been founded in 1904 by the English occultist Aleister Crowley following a spiritual revelation that he had in the city of Cairo, Egypt, when—according to Crowley’s own accounts—a spirit being known as Aiwass dictated to him a prophetic text known as The Book of the Law.[12]

      On July 31, 1945, he gave a speech to the Agape Lodge in which he attempted to explain how he felt that The Book of the Law could be made relevant to “modern life.” In this, which was subsequently published under the title of “Doing your Will”, he examined the Thelemite concept of True Will, writing that:

      The mainspring of an individual is his creative Will. This Will is the sum of his tendencies, his destiny, his inner truth. It is one with the force that makes the birds sing and flowers bloom; as inevitable as gravity, as implicit as a bowel movement, it informs alike atoms and men and suns.
      To the man who knows this Will, there is no why or why not, no can or cannot; he IS!
      There is no known force that can turn an apple into an alley cat; there is no known force that can turn a man from his Will. This is the triumph of genius; that, surviving the centuries, enlightens the world.
      This force burns in every man.[13]
      He identified four obstacles that prevented humans from achieving and performing their True Will, all of which he connected with fear: the fear of incompetence, the fear of the opinion of others, the fear of hurting others, and the fear of insecurity, but he insisted that these must be overcome. He wrote that “The Will must be freed of its fetters. The ruthless examination and destruction of taboos, complexes, frustrations, dislikes, fears and disgusts hostile to the Will is essential to progress.”[14]

      [edit] Politics”[Parsons] had witnessed the blinding overnight successes achieved by the government-by-terror totalitarianism of Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany. He had the foresight to see that [the United States of] America, once armed with the new powers of total destruction and surveillance that were sure to follow the swelling flood of new technologies, had the potential to become even more repressive unless its founding principles of individual liberty were religiously preserved and its leaders held accountable to them.
      Two of the keys to redressing the balance were the freedom of women and an end to the state control of individual sexual expression. He knew that these potent forces, embodied as they are in a majority of the world’s population, had the power, once unleashed, to change the world.”

      Hymenaeus Beta, current Frater Superior of Ordo Templi Orientis.[15]Politically, Parsons was a staunch and vocal social libertarian, believing strongly in the personal freedoms of the individual. This was in keeping with his religious adherence to Thelema, which holds to the ethical code of “Do what thou wilt.” In his article, Freedom is a Lonely Star, he championed the libertarian social views of some of the founding fathers of the United States, which were enshrined in the American constitution, claiming that by his own time these had been:

      sold out by cheap and venal politicians, by benevolent authoritarians, by “loyal” party men, by shrewd and greedy capitalists, by wise guys and smart guys that know all the answers. It has been sold out by the great middle class that prefers its false security and false freedom, by the labor leaders that put power first, and the little man who prefers—at last with at least a decent reason—a full belly, or the promise of a full belly, to freedom turned dangerous and hungry.
      It has been sold out by America, and for that reason the heart of America is sick and the soul of America is dead.[16]
      He went on to criticise many aspects of contemporary American society, including the police, whom he felt “are little more than the agents of a corrupt political machine… [for whom] the collection of revenue and the terrorization of opposition is of far greater importance than the suppression of crime.” Believing that “The police mind is usually of a sadistic and homicidal trend”, he noted that they carried out the “ruthless punishment of symbolic scapegoats in the form of prostitutes, derelicts, Negroes, radicals, drunks, and other helpless and insignificant members of the nation indivisible” under the pretence of a country that had “liberty and justice for all.”[17]

      Parsons was interested in socialism and communism,[18] but he was sceptical of the ideas of Marxism and how they had been put into action by self-described ‘communist’ governments of the time, sarcastically writing that “The dictatorship of the proletariat is merely temporary—the state will eventually wither away like a snark hunter, leaving us all free as birds. Meanwhile it may be necessary to kill, torture and imprison a few million people, but whose fault is it if they get in the way of progress?”[19] He was also wary of integration of Marxian ideals into Western governments, prefacing his essay Freedom is a Two-Edged Sword with the warning: “The golden voice of social security, of socialized “this” and socialized “that,” with its attendant confiscatory taxation and intrusion on individual liberty, is everywhere raised and everywhere heeded.”[20] He was critical of the socialist policies instituted in the Soviet Union by the Communist Party under the leadership of Joseph Stalin at the time, believing that like the fascist leaders Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, they led to the “establishment of concentration camps, the murder and torture of free citizens, and the annihilation of all freedom.”[17] He was also a zionist, and was supportive of the early creation of the State of Israel, making plans to emigrate there when his military security clearance was revoked due to his leftist beliefs[18] and/or for passing technology to Israel,[21] but his attempt to emigrate was prevented by his death.

      In order to help bring about a freer society, Parsons believed in bringing about a liberalisation of sexual morality, which at the time was largely constrained by the dominant socially conservative attitudes within the United States. He believed that “The advent of psychonautical sciences and the publication of the Kinsey Report” into sexual diversity had an impact on western society that was “comparable to that of nuclear physics and the advent of the atomic bomb” and that in the future the restrictions on sexual morality within society should be abolished in order to bring about greater freedom and individuality.[22]

      Although he commented primarily upon the situation of civil liberties and individual freedoms in his native United States, he believed that such things were of worldwide importance, and that:

      We are one nation but we are also one world. The soul of the slums looks out of the eyes of Wall Street, and the fate of a Chinese coolie determines the destiny of America. We cannot suppress our brother’s liberty without suppressing our own and we cannot murder our brothers without murdering ourselves. We will stand together as men for human freedom and human dignity or we will fall together, as animals, back into the jungle.

  12. Renee says:

    MARVEL ?
    Jack Kirby

    (Also see Disney)

    Executive of The Walt Disney Company,
    Founder of Shamrock Holdings
    Spouse Patricia Ann Dailey
    (1955–2007; divorced),
    Leslie DeMeuse-Disney (2008–2009; his death)

    Dailey ?

  13. Renee says:

    Let’s go back to Archie Dunham again;
    Libya – ConocoPhillips

    (59.2%), ConocoPhillips (16.3%), Marathon (16.3%), Hess (8.2%) … of multiple concessions and encompasses nearly 13 million gross acres in the Sirte Basin.


  14. Renee says:

    Obama’s Saudi Cousin: Abdullah Al-Ahmadi http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1795406/pg1
    Turns out Obama even has a Saudi Arabian cousin, Abdullah al Ahmadi, who worked for Saudi Aramco. … Well, I guess a better way of putting it would be that I’ ve been employeed by some of the finest bank computer software and ….. Abdullah Al-Ahmadi is married to Obama’s cousin Debbie Goeldner.

  15. Renee says:

    Cecil Goeldner’s grandmother was Emma Canfield.
    Michael Canfield married Jackie kennedy’s sister. Kennedy name on another post. Let me find a link.

    Soundex Code for Guise = G200
    Other surnames sharing this Soundex Code:

    McDonnell, Vernon, Harcourt, Grey, Smith , Peel, Lane, Fox, Stein, Kennedy

    Teck, Bolton, Grafin, Master, Grant, Bruce, Hoskins

    Montpensier,Longwy, Este’

    Snell, Cooke, Wright,Siddeley, McCarraher

    Noel, Digby, Dolben, Dennis, Stratford

    de Nivers, Conti, Grimberghe, Joyeuse*

    Lee, Warner, Napier, Wilson, Williams

    Mackie, Dowding, Strang (STRONG)*

    *Stanley*, Clifford, Riestra, Wright, de Valle, Powell, Colchester

    Pauncefort, Herie, Owgan

    Morris, Rudge

    *Temple*, Percy, Rivett, Scott, Carnac, , Herbert

    Collins (Cullen), Preece, Farmiloe, Hutchins, Webster, Boissier, Montague


    Hughes, dit la Fortune (Fontaine), Piccard, Parrot (Parrott), Black, Smith, Princess Fadilla of Egypt aka Dominique France Picard. See Canada post.

    Gordon Brown looks like Dudley Moore. Bunny Mellon (Lloyd etc..) her daughter married Viscount Moore.”

    Hugh Dudley AUCHIncloss- Standard Oil
    Married into the Kennedy family.

    Jackie Kennedy
    Sister married Michael CANFIELD


  16. Renee says:

    Industry Fashion
    Founded Los Angeles, CA (1981)
    Headquarters Los Angeles, CA
    Number of locations 484 (April 2011)[1]
    Key people Paul Marciano, co-chairman, co-CEO
    Maurice Marciano, co-chairman, co-CEO

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