THUS SPAKE THE RAVEN
By Rayelan Russbacher
I am sending you the personal biography that Gunther wrote while
he was in prison here in the United States. He titled it
Thus Spake The Raven....
His code name in the CIA was the Raven. When we were in Austria
this is the name he gave the Langley operator to gain access to
the people at CIA headquarters with whom he wanted to speak.
After the gold transfer was complete, we called Langley again,
trying to figure out why he had been reactivated (supposedly
because of the Haiti crisis) when we had been promised that we
could move to Europe and fade into the woodwork of post coldwar
spies. When we tried to get through the Langley operator, we
were told that there was no "Raven". It had been deactivated.
In other words, they sent us a message that now that we had
risked our lives taking the gold home, they no longer needed
us... so we were throw away people.
In this little story he wrote, he does mention the fact that he
is married to me. Gunther and I married in Reno, on August 30,
1989..... eight years later Princess Diana was murdered on our
anniversary. You will see that Gunther gives his birthday as
July 1, 1942.... Diana was born July 1!!!
She was born on his birthday, she was murdered on his wedding
anniversary. Everyone who knows about the workings of the covert
world of spies, knows that they like to send each other cryptic
messages by using the date they choose for their operation.
An example of this: The October Surprise deal was finalized on
Hallowe'en... October 31st 1980.... one year after President
Carter fired 700 CIA covert spies. This was called "The
Hallowe'en Massacre." Carter was being sent a message.
(I will soon be faxing you a short note I wrote detailing how we
married and how I discovered, on our wedding day, that he was
more than the Naval officer I had know for years.)
Not only did Gunther marry me in Reno, but five years later, he
took me to the church in Sekirchen, Austria.... outside of his
home of Salzburg... and we were remarried at the foot of the red
marble altar.... one thousand years old... on which he had been
born. The altar was in a lower dome shaped room in the church...
it was called the crypt. Gunther told me that the grand masters
of the Knights Templars were buried in the walls. The wedding
ceremony was something out of the archaic past.
The priest pulled his large crucifix out of his belt. I then saw
that the cross was more than just a cross. He pulled it apart
and it became a dagger. He asked for our wedding rings. The
rings themselves contain symbols that Gunther told me could only
be worn by Knights Templars and their mates. The priest put the
rings on a silver plate and sprinkled them with holy water. Then
he placed them on the blade of the dagger and passed them through
the incense flame. Then he held them in the flame of a candle.
He took the rings off the dagger and replaced them on the silver
tray. Then he placed the dagger on the palm of Gunther's hand
and Gunther squeezed the blade. A small paper type cut appeared
on the palm of his hand. The dagger was then placed in the palm
of my hand, a similar, small cut appeared on my palm. The priest
then put our hands together.
The priest recited a ceremony in German, I do not speak German.
Then Gunther was handed my ring, which he placed on my hand, and
I was handed his ring which I placed on his hand. The ceremony
was then complete and we left the crypt.
According to Rodney Stich, Gunther took Jane back to the same
church were we were re-married, and he had that marriage anulled.
That would be the second marriage [he] had annulled in that
church. Even as modern as Catholic churches have become... I
don't know of many men who are fortunate enough to have two
marriages anulled by the church. I also thought that the
anullment had to be accompanied by a civil divorce. Am I wrong?
Or do they do things in Europe differently than we do them here?
I don't have any answers. I am just now awaking from an 8 years
nightmare. If you have any comments that might help me
understand what I have been through and who I was really married
to, I would appreciate it.
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