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Marie-Helene de Rothschild was the wife of Baron Guy de Rothschild, head of the famous banking family. She was well known in France for her lavish hospitality and in particular for some magnificent balls she gave in the 1960s and 1970s at the Chateau de Ferrieres. They were attended by the gratin of European society and by such luminaries as Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg, but she drew the line at Aristotle and Jackie Onassis.
Marie-Helene de Rothschild and Dali
Her greatest triumph was the Proust Ball in December 1971, in celebration of the centenary of the reclusive author’s birth. Some 350 guests sat down to dinner, with 350 more for a late supper in the dining room, bedecked with palm trees and ferns and squares of trellis. They ate consomme, quenelles of lobster, duck stuffed with foie gras and foie de canard, decked with pineapple, small mirabelles and a delicious prune jam The feast ended with pistachio bombe glace, and it was all served on pleated mauve table cloths, adorned with mauve orchids. Torches lit the way to the chateau and chandeliers hung out of the windows.
The guests came in costume and were photographed by Cecil Beaton, adorned as the photographer Nadar. Beaton set up a special studio for the occasion, taking portraits of Marisa Berenson as the Marchesa Casati, Audrey Hepburn, Princess Grace of Monaco and Elizabeth Taylor. The Duchess of Windsor, described by Beaton that night as “a mad Goya”, was bedecked with a large blue feather. At dinner, as she turned her head, the feather dipped into the consomme or gravy and then brushed Baron Guy across the face.
In 1972 there was a Surrealist Ball at Ferrieres. The pudding was a life- size model of a woman, naked but for a rose, lying on a bed of roses, the whole thing made of sugar. The invitation was printed back to front, the reversed writing transposed on to a sky by Magritte.
Described as a legendary hostess whose name was the password among le tout Paris, the Baroness was also a considerable fund-raiser for medical research, and a patron of artists, musicians, movie stars and couturiers.
Surrealist Ball at Château de Ferrières, 1972
-Hélène Rochas and François-Marie Banier-
– Baroness Marie-Hélène de Rothschild and Baron Alexis de Redé –
–Baron Alexis de Redé in a Dalí designed Hat–It will never happen again – it’s a different time,” she says of those costume parties – to celebrate the centenary of Marcel Proust in 1971 and the following year the Surrealist ball with its mink-covered plates, its table settings inspired by de Chirico, Magritte and Dalí – who arrived at the ball in a wheelchair.“It’s a very healthy thing to give parties, don’t you think?” she inquires. “But people don’t know how to dress any more – it breaks my heart. People have even lost the taste for perfumes. Nothing is done now for good taste or for the beauty of things, but to appeal to people’s lowest instincts.”
– Redé’s Bal Oriental, 1969 –
Each party is envisaged with the help of her good friends Comte Etienne de Monpezat and the Baron Alexis de Redé, tenant of the Hôtel Lambert before the Rothschilds took over in 1975. Marie-Hélène describes de Redé’s Bal Oriental of 1969 as the role model – and the one she enjoyed the most “because I didn’t do it.”
Her “magic circle” – which includes Gregory Peck and his wife Véronique, Rudolf Nureyev and Elizabeth Taylor, especially when she was with Richard Burton – now party at the Hôtel Lambert. Dinner in the Labors of Hercules gallery under Le Brun’s painted ceiling means buffets piled with a sophisticated mix of lobster and pasta, caviar with potatoes or the baked potatoes with truffles that “everyone talked about for weeks.” When the party is reduced like a fine sauce to 6 or 10, the hostess’s “ball of anxiety” finally unwinds.
“I wantto create beauty, I want to convince people, to open their eyes, to help people who don’t know how to dress,” says the baronne. “I have got a good eye. And I was trained by Chanel. Coco was a friend of my mother and I went and sat on the floor and watched her work. ‘Hide those armpits, they are hideous!’ she would say. She had a wonderful sense of proportion.” That couture sense of harmony, proportion and perspective is brought to the parties.In the albums at Ferrières are the photographs – many taken by Cecil Beaton – of transient moments seared into the memory of guests. Here is Audrey Hepburn at the Surrealist ball with her gamine face trapped inside a Magritte bird-cage; Marie-Hélène in an aquamarine Saint Laurent dress wearing a stag’s head with diamond tears dripping from its eyes; Alexis de Redé in a Mona Lisa mask inset with portraits of Marie-Hélène.
“There is never the same magic when you see it again in pictures or on cassette,”says de Redé. “It has to be part of a dream.”
Posted 11th August 2010 by R.K
Jun 25, 2019 – Heeding the public’s displeasure over the use of their tax dollars in such a way, Congress passed the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and …
Only 5 Countries Left Without A ROTHSCHILD-Controlled Central Bank
Alexander LightNovember 1, 2016
The Rothschild family is slowly but surely having their Central banks established in every country of this world, giving them incredible amount of wealth and power.
In the year of 2000 there were nine countries without a Rothschild owned or controlled Central Bank:
- North Korea
It is not a coincidence that these country, which are listed above were and are still being under attack by the western media, since one of the main reasons these countries have been under attack in the first place is because they do not have a Rothschild owned Central Bank yet.
The first step in having a Central Bank establish in a country is to get them to accept an outrageous loans, which puts the country in debt of the Central Bank and under the control of the Rothschilds.
If the country does not accept the loan, the leader of this particular country will be assassinated and a Rothschild aligned leader will be put into the position, and if the assassination does not work, the country will be invaded and have a Central Bank established with force all under the name of terrorism.
Central banks are illegally created private banks that are owned by the Rothschild banking family.
List Of Banks With Derivatives aka “Weapons of Mass Financial Destruction” Warren Buffett
5187 rows · Banks Ranked by Derivatives. The following is a ranking of all banks in the United States in terms of “Derivatives“. This comparison is based on data reported on 2019-12-31.
- RANK DERIVATIVES
- BANK NAME
- 1$47,394,170,000,000 JPMorgan Chase Bank
- 2$42,525,643,000,000 Goldman Sachs Bank USA
- 3$41,320,937,000,000 Citibank
- 4$17,083,095,000,000 Bank of America
- See all 5187 rows on www.usbanklocations.com
INTERNATIONAL BANKING DYNASTIES
(Naming the Criminals)
ISRAEL MOSES SEIF
INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT BANKS
ROTHSCHILD BANK OF LONDON
ROTHSCHILD BANK OF BERLIN
WARBURG BANK OF HAMBURG
WARBURG BANK OF AMSTERDAM
LAZARD BROTHERS OF PARIS
ISRAEL MOSES SEIF BANK OF ITALY
KUHN LOEB BANK OF NEW YORK
GOLDMAN SACHS OF NEW YORK
J. P. MORGAN CHASE BANK OF NEW YORK
LEHMAN BROTHERS OF NEW YORK (filed for bankruptcy in 2008)
Comment: Basically EVERY country in the world has a Rothschild Central Bank. Control of Country’s currency is control period.
1 Billion is 1,000 Million and 1 Quadrillion is 1,000 Billion-an Unimaginable Amount of Money. Derivatives are Betting Contracts. These Banksters Want Your Money to Cover Their Gambling Losses!
Comment: For a pictorial Graphic of the roughly 2 QUADRILLION bubble ready to pop see:
The FDIC will first pay-out all insured accounts, followed by applying “hair-cuts” to uninsured deposits. Safe deposit boxes, bond holders, stocks, money funds, etc. are not insured by FDIC. Due to bank failures during the 2008/2009 bank crisis, the FDIC fund fell to $0.648 billion by August of 2009.