Below are photos of Paul McCartney (1959) who performed live with the Beatles in the 1960s, Mike McCartney (1957) who stepped in and out of “Paul’s” shoes, and eventually became the permanent Paul McCartney we know today.
I can easily tell them apart. Others, including facial recognition expert Joelle Steele, insist they are the same person. The reason, I suppose, is career-related. If she were to assert two Paul’s, she’d never be called upon to offer expert testimony again. I am not calling her a liar, but do know that evidence is often tainted by the need to make a living. But for most other people, recognition of two different people is hard because of the glassy-eyed manner in which they view the world, never really stopping to both think and examine evidence. It is what they are told it is.
Above are twins, real names unknown, called “Janis Joplin.” The one on the left was the stage performer who was said to be extremely gifted, but was just having epileptic seizures on stage. Power of suggestion was all that made people think she had real talent. The other was shy, demure, and probably did some interviews, but never appeared on stage. Today we know the one on the right as “Amy Goodman” of Democracy Now! (though the one on the left occasionally fills her shoes). Again, I can easily tell them apart. Most others turn on me and say I am bonkers. There’s always that possibility.
Above left is Eva Peron in her early to mid-20s, and Madonna Fortin Ciccone, taken from one of the few existing photos of Madonna Louise Ciccone (her daughter, the entertainer, or “Little Nonni”). These are the same person. I have done a detailed analysis, but I am tired of hanging all my evidence out there only to have drive-by’s stopping to tell me that I got the eye color all wrong. Either trust me, or better yet, perform your own analysis.
Above is a photo of the Ciccone family (heretofore the “Three-child photo”). Note the hand-written names: “Martie,” “Silvio,” Tony’s given name, written on top, which I will use from now on, and “Madonna-Madonna Louise” (our Little Nonni) and what appears to be “Tony G” on the bottom. The woman in this photo is neither of the women in the two photos above, but importantly, this appears to be a real photo. I see no evidence of forgery, though others might. And of course, I cannot tell from a baby photo who the child in the mother’s lap is. I do question why everything is written on the slick front of the photo, which does not hold ink, rather than the back. I also must question why we are allowed to see this photo, and suggest the handwriting is being used to hide the truth.
And above is the photo (“Five-child photo”) covered in detail in the prior post, a forgery in every way. Notice on Silvio, the dad, that his right ear is blackened. There’s a reason for that.
We can all easily see these are the same man. But there is something more important than that going on: These are the same photo of the same man. Silvio’s head was lifted from the family photo with the wrong wife and three kids, and pasted into the “Ciccone” family photo with five kids. He was also given new hair. Look closely at the photo on the left – see how the young child’s head blocks part of his face and ear. When they moved the photo and pasted it, they used a smudge pen or marker to supply the missing portion of the ear. Little details like that tell big stories.
That is Silvio Ciccone, young and old, and as far as I can tell it is the same man. That is important because this same man is sold to us as Little Nonni’s Dad, as in photos like the one below. He was said to have fathered six children by Madonna Fortin: Anthony (birth date unknown but pre-1957), Martin (6/15/57), Little Nonno (8/16/58), Paula (8/22/59), Christopher (11/22/60), and Melanie (1962). Melanie, then, would not be pictured in the five-child photo above.
Finally, here is a photo of Eva Peron on the left, and the younger Eva on the right. No one disputes that these are Eva Peron, but the assumption of some commenters is that they are not the same person. But they are. Do your own analysis and prove me wrong. Which means that the following two people are the same person, knowing that if A=B and B=C, the A=C.
Indeed they are the same person, and I again ask that you do your own analysis to prove me wrong.
So what is going on? What can we know for certain?
- Silvio Ciccone is a constant throughout. In the photo with three children, he is with a different wife, but the children are properly named Martie, Madonna Louise, and Tony. I have to rely on that as an anchor. The photo appears real, but the hand-written names could be a ruse, as this photo is one of only two made public, and we know the other one is fake.
- The five-child family photo, as described in the earlier post, is a complete paste-up. The two girls, Paula (1959) and Madonna (58) look to be reversed, that is, the one on Tony’s lap looks younger than the one standing by Madonna Fortin’s. But they otherwise look very much alike. I wonder if they are both of our Little Nonni.
- Eva Peron is a match for Madonna Fortin, but not for the woman sitting with Silvio in the three-child photo.
From this I conclude that the family photo with three children is real. Madonna has a brother, Christopher. Is she related to the rest of the Ciccone’s? Possibly. The photo to the left, said to be Paula, has Little Nonni-like qualities to it. She too could be a child of Eva Peron.
Since we know that the family photo with five children is fake, we must then look at the prime difference, two different mothers. What on earth is going on here? The “mother” inserted in that photo is Eva Peron in her former life. Here is that mother, and the mother from the three-child photo:
Just the facial shape tells me these are not the same woman. And again, judge for yourself, do your own analysis.
So why would Eva Peron appear in the fake Ciccone five-child family photo?
On the right is Joan Ciccone, Silvio’s second wife whom he supposedly married after Madonna Fortin “died” in 1963. Again, do your own work, but the resemblance is strong, if not definitive. What gives?
The best I can do is offer a working hypothesis. I will change tracks for a moment to examine another prominent family, the Kennedy’s. There are at least two odd ducks there, the one we know as John-John, or John F. Kennedy, Jr., who does not remotely resemble his father, but looks suspiciously like a young Aristotle Onassis.
From Miles Mathis we have learned the probability that President John F. Kennedy was gay, so that Jackie was his beard (even as Carolyn looks like a Kennedy). Jackie and Aristotle become a formal couple in 1968, so perhaps were lovers all the way through Jackie’s bearded marriage to JFK. Perhaps John-John (fake death 7/16/99) is the child of Jackie and Aristotle.
Patrick Bouvier Kennedy was born on August 7, 1963, said to have been premature, living only 39 hours and dying on August 9. We know that the fake assassination of his father was in planning stages long before that time, given the intricacy of details involved. Robert F. Kennedy was said to have had eleven children by his wife Ethel. However, we know of at least three fake deaths in his background, Kathleen, Joe Jr., and JFK. Therefore, it could be that Robert’s family was an orphanage, housing some of his own and children of his older siblings. (This idea was first put forth in Tyrone McCloskey’s JFKTV.) Patrick could well be one of them, the mostly likely candidate Christopher, said to have been born July 4, 1963.
Why am I taking this detour? These families of nobility are not ordinary families, what with all the fake deaths and hidden twins that go on. It is sometimes necessary to shift children to different households. So suppose, and this is raw speculation, that Eva Peron had two or three children, but for unknown reasons decided she could not raise them properly and so farmed them out to the Ciccone’s. There is a family resemblance between Eva (right) and the mother in the three-child photograph (left).
That’s one idea, but does not cover all the variables, one that there are no extant photos of the Ciccones, all in one group. Suppose then that Eva, mother of two or three, wanted her children to be able to have a public life, but since she had faked her death, knew she could not be seen in public too much. Suppose she asked her handlers, those who oversaw her public life and death as Eva, for a way to help her. Suppose that the road chosen was not so much Silvio Ciccone, as his wife Joan. This we know about her: Nothing. Her maiden name is said to be Gustafson, her genealogy is scrubbed.
The Ciccone family was chosen to be the fake family of Madonna Louise (Little Nonni) and Christopher, possibly Paula as well. This would explain the insertion of Eva Peron in the family photo, the use of two different mothers in family photos, and the absence of any other photos of the family in one place at one time. It would also explain Little Nonni’s devotion to Eva Peron and the decision by powerful Hollywood Moguls and Andrew Lloyd Weber to give her the part in the 1995 movie Evita, even as she lacked requisite talent.
That’s all I got. May this project now die a natural death.