It appears that Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) was a mind-controlled sex slave, a “Presidential Model” like Cathy O’Brien and Brice Taylor, who also slept with JFK.
Marilyn was programmed and then used to program society.
An orphan, she was abused in foster homes and worked as a stripper and probably a prostitute until she was adopted by the CIA to convey messages and service world leaders. She was murdered by lethal injection after she threatened to expose her affair with the Kennedy brotherssaying she was “tired of being passed around.”
Apparently many Hollywood celebrities were/are mind-controlled sex slaves. These include Britney Spears, Madona, Christina Aguilera, Miley Cyrus, Gwen Stefani & Lindsay Lohan.
Some people believe that the original Monroe died in 1949 and was replaced.
Marilyn is a motif among the MK-Ultra sex-kittens and a part of their programming – same as with cats, butterflies, and rainbows.
On a day inOctober 1957, a woman named Lena Pepitone was hired to take care of Marilyn Monroe [who was married to playwright Arthur Miller]. In 1979, she published her memoirs, Marilyn Monroe Confidential An Intimate Personal Account, NY: Simon & Schuster.
Marilyn Monroe was an orphan, and during her infancy the Illuminati/CIA programmed her to be a Monarch slave. Before becoming an actress, while she was still a stripper, she spent time with the founder of the Church of Satan Anton LaVey. Victims of LaVey have pointed him out as a mind-control programmer. At that time, Marilyn was going by several names including Mona. When they made her a star, Marilyn lived on the 13th floor, in 13E at Sutton Place, NY – the world of the rich and famous. That is where Lena came to help her.
However, Marilyn’s existence was not that of a rich person but was more like that of an inmate. Marilyn was allowed to have no personal life, outside of the dictates of her programmers and her masters. The programmers and users bore down so hard on controlling Marilyn that they repeatedly came close to driving her insane.
The following are direct quotes from Lena Pepitone’s book