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Edith Starr Miller - Martyr to the Cabalist Conspiracy

July 16, 2022

Edith-Miller.jpg(l. Miller with daughter)

Illuminati web sites label Edith Starr Miller (1887-1933) an
"anti Semitic, pro-fascist, Christian fundamentalist, who believes
 in the Jesuit-Jewish-Masonic-Illuminati-Bolshevik conspiracy theory."

This is how Satanists classify the vestiges of decent humanity
who dare reveal the vermin who secretly control society.

Here is a story of courage that Illuminati Jewish Hollywood never will tell.

The real purpose of Judaism (Cabala) and all occult secret societies including Freemasonry
 is to advance the satanic agenda of the super rich, Miller wrote.

"Let me tell every woman, however much " protected", whether Dairymaid or Duchess, that the safeguards which she imagines to be thrown around herself are but a mirage of the past. Her own and her children's future are at the mercy of those  [occult] forces."  --Edith Starr Miller  (Lady Queenborough)

(Revised from Jan 25, 2012)

By Richard Evans

Shortly after Edith Starr Miller completed her book, Occult Theocracy she died suddenly in Paris Jan. 16th, 1933 at the age of 45. She had been in good health . Even the Grand Lodge of Canada records that she died "under suspicious circumstances". All records have been lost.

No newspaper article or obituary was published; no record of a coroner's report remains. Details of her life have been expunged, save for a New York Times clipping announcing her wedding in 1921.

ahp.jpgHer death took place a year after filing for divorce Jan 8th, 1932 citing "cruelty."  Her husband was Almeric Hugh Paget, 72, 1st Baron of Queenborough, Union Party MP, House of Lords, Knight of the Order of the British Empire, Treasurer of the League of Nations, and member of British Union of Fascists. Fascists were part of the conspiracy and their opposition to Freemasonry/Communism a pretense.

Shortly before her death in 1933, Miller had completed her anthology of occult secret societies entitled "Occult Theocracy" (Pdf.) and hired a Paris printer to publish it.
In the Preface, she wrote:

"In offering this book to the public, I have endeavored to expose some of the means and methods used by a secret world, one might almost say an underworld, to penetrate, dominate and destroy not only the so-called upper classes, but also the better portion of all classes."

Edith Miller became aware of them because she'd married into the very Capstone of the British Occult Theocracy.

Is she the "victim" to whom she refers in the passage below?

"Irrefutable evidence of a particular example of underworld tyranny has come into my possession. The victim's guilt was her reluctance to step from virtue into the mire of evil which surrounded her. Moreover, she was intolerant of evil and sought to oppose and destroy it. The case of her persecution at the hands of her foes is complete. She belonged to what is termed Society as did also some of the other actors in this bewildering drama."


To understand her innocence of her position in elite society, think of Diana Spencer, Princess Diana. She was a brood mare with the right bloodlines. They didn't expect these women to figure out they'd awakened on the set of Rosemary's Baby, figuratively speaking.

Edith was born on July 16, 1887 in Newport, Rhode Island, the daughter of William Starr Miller ( Oct. 26, 1856 - Sept. 14, 1935 ) and Edith Caroline Warren ( April 15, 1866 - May 17, 1944.) Her father William was a New York industrialist and real estate developer.

On a balmy summer afternoon in 1921, her wedding to Paget took place at her parent's Manhattan home on 5th Avenue, described as a 'simple ceremony' in The New York Times. Miss Miller's pedigree was top of the mark on the East Coast Anglo Establishment social registry.

Her grandfather had founded the New York Metropolitan Opera. In that world, bloodlines determine marriages.

Edith's cousin, Pauline Whitney was the daughter of William C. Whitney - an initiate of Yale Skull and Bones and partner with Lord Queenborough in Dominion Coal, Dominion Iron and Steel, and Broadway Railroad Company. These companies contributed to securing the oil distribution monopoly which forced competitors to surrender to John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil domination of the petroleum industry by 1900.

This writer also traced the names of Edith's relatives to the Whitneys, and her middle name, Starr, is associated with founders of the OSS (later CIA), and the former international financial giant AIG.

Both of Baron Queenborough's wives were 33 years old when he married them. Each gave him two daughters, no sons.  Thus the Baron Queenborough title is extinct.


Miller said theocracy is the exercise of government rule over the masses by a hierarchy of priests or adepts. Its power rested on "its dual system of teaching, namely: Exoterism and Esoterism, the former [imitated the] mode of life of the masses; the latter the hierarchic school wherein were trained the chosen adepts destined to safeguard the rules imposed upon the people by the high priests."

occult-theocracy-new-image.jpgHer aim "is to follow the outgrowth of Esoterism and a few of its multiple ramifications in the realm of perversion and subversion."

According to Miller,  Pharisee (Cabala) Judaism is not a religion at all, but a secret society posing as a religion, a "sect with Judaism as a rite." She cites Moses Mendelssohn who wrote "Judaism is not a religion but a Law religionized."

In a secret society, only the adepts know the real purpose. The rank and file is manipulated with warm platitudes and lies. The "innocent" who is unfit to know the "ugly truth" becomes a valiant defender of the faith and ideal recruiter. This also applies to Freemasonry which seems to be modeled on Judaism. Both secret societies advocate killing any member who reveals its secrets.
The real purpose of Judaism and all secret societies, Miller says, is to advance the agenda of the super rich.
"Regardless of their exoteric objects, the esoteric aims of most societies are all directed toward the same end, namely: the concentration of political, economic and intellectual power into the hands of a small group of individuals, each of whom controls a branch of the International life, material and spiritual, of the world today." (Occult Theocracy, p. 661)
Western society, perhaps the whole world, is based on the secret society model. You cannot rise unless you are favored (or deemed useful) by the Illuminati, the highest rung of Freemasonry. The masses are the rank and file, lied to and manipulated.

In other words, mankind has been possessed by a satanic cult, and is organized along the lines of a satanic secret society.
Miller cites an expert on Judaism Flavien Brenier who compares the goals of Judaism with Freemasonry: Securing political power and gradually modifying "the conceptions of the people in the direction of their secret doctrine." (80)

This process of occult indoctrination is continuing by virtue of their control of the mass media and education system.


Miller clearly understood the tempo of our times. She wrote in 1932:

"Today, most of the good people are afraid to be good. They strive to be broadminded and tolerant ! It is fashionable to be tolerant -- but mostly tolerant of evil -- and this new code has reached the proportions of demanding intolerance of good."

Edith Starr Miller is an inspiration for those who wish to uphold the highest values of humanity against a tidal wave of corruption.


Related:  British Union of Fascists

Typically Wikipedia, an Illuminati front, gives Edith Starr Miller short shrift.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Edith Starr Miller - Martyr to the Cabalist Conspiracy"

Daniel said (April 5, 2015):

I really liked this one today, especially on Easter. I am going to download Edith's book tonight when I get home.

In a way, it seems amazing when someone talks to you from long ago, and what she says strongly impacts your life in the present.

If, as it says in one of the comments, she did secretly work on the book for 10 years, then what an extraordinary person she was, and how profoundly affected she must have been by the life into which she found herself immersed. As was said, maybe exactly like Mia Farrow, in Rosemary's Baby. "What?!"

(I admit, I am skeptical of any source of evil, other than the human brain. If, for instance, somehow I found out that Satan was real, in a certain way I would be ecstatic.)

I put her book cover (what an amazing cover - I think it must be relatively new.) on Facebook, along with a quote from the article, and the link. I almost always post links to your articles, on Facebook.

I have little evidence of my own, but your articles and books intuitively resonate with me as being true.

It's so much better when a person realizes that those in power actually do intend destruction for almost everyone. Then, the world as it is, begins to make sense.

KJ said (April 4, 2015):

Perfect description of psychiatry...

"In a secret society, only the adepts know the real purpose. The rank and file is manipulated with warm platitudes and lies. The "innocent" who is unfit to know the "ugly truth" becomes a valiant defender of the faith and ideal recruiter."

Tony Blizzard said (January 27, 2012):

I'm very happy to see Richard Evans' account of Edith Starr Miller on your site.

You may have forgotten that she and Pequita de Shishmareff (Leslie Fry of "Waters Flowing Eastward") together spent ten years researching for and writing "Occult Theocrasy." De Shismareff's name and co-authorship was kept silent because she had already been most viciously labeled "antisemitic" by the media powers of the time. Pequita still had several large trunks of ancient books in various languages which they had used in research which were supposed to be given to me at her death but I was not around when she died. They were probably thrown into the nearest dumpster.

Apparently Mr. Evans, as well as "Bruce" [below] do not know that the primary reason those two highly intelligent, highly educated women put together that encyclopedia of occult information was because they were incensed that Nesta Webster, in her various books, excused English Grand Lodge from the occult conspiracies.

The original publication in two volumes has a fold-out copy of Aleister Crowley's certification of appointment as National Grand Master of the O.T.O. (Gross-Orient Masonry centered in Paris) for Great Britain and Ireland, signed by Theodor Reuss at the same time that Crowley held high office in the English Grand Lodge.

There is also included documentation of the connection between English Grand Lodge and German Illuminism, plus the Societas Roseicruciana in Anglia. I have a copy of that original French publication dedicated to me in Peqita's still fine hand in her old age and after several strokes. The actual publisher, by the way, was the same Catholic publisher (R.I.S.S.) which published the original "Waters Flowing Eastward." The sizing, paper stock, cover layouts, binding, setup and type styles are identical and are companion pieces on my book shelf.

Although "Mady" (Pequita) never went into her good friend's death that I can recall, she always had the highest praise for Edith Starr Miller. My own guess would be that her death may have been ordered by someone high in those occult circles, whether her husband or another.

As an aside, that same publisher printed a ship load of "Waters" which was sent to Argentina where there was heavy interest at the time, but the ship was lost at sea without ever an explanation of how.

Bruce said (January 27, 2012):

Edith Starr Miller was probably murdered by her husband because she left him, not because of her book. I read somewhere that Edith for many years wrote her book in secret, and just before she died in 1932 she arranged to have it published after her death. Her book Occult Theocracy has suffered the usual ad hominem attacks and much criticism for its lack of references, but I think she is a reliable witness because of her family background and associations after marriage.

Nesta Webster published Secret Societies and Subversive Movements in 1924, and she died in 1960 at the age of 85. This scholarly work with more than 800 academic references provides irrefutable evidence of the veracity of Edith Starr Miller’s book. Nesta Webster was a well-educated historian and lecturer who published a large collection of books and articles about the root causes of revolution and social unrest.

These two courageous and determined women shared the same social circles in London and Paris at the same time, and they probably knew each other.

Charlotte said (January 26, 2012):

Kudos Henry! There will be more and more Edith Starr Millers because as we awaken and realize that there is no safe place for any of us as they seek to destroy billions, we realize that we must all die anyway. So why not go out swinging? At least our minds and hearts are clear and who knows, maybe we can save just one or two in the future.

That's what its come down too. The world is in such a poor state as a result of their dark hearts that we have nothing to lose.

When you have a member of the royal family stand up and publicly state that the world's population needs to be reduced to 1/6th of what it is, that means that they want billions to die. Who can believe that they are safe? Let it fly, kick the card table and go out swinging!

Keep up the good work!

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at