Arthur Koestler, a Khazar Jew, was born in Hungary in 1905.
Arthur Koestler was at one time the personal secretary of Vladimir Jabotinsky, one of the early leaders of the Zionist movement. (Arthur Koestler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
However, Koestler became an anti-Zionist.
In The Thirteenth Tribe (1976), Koestler put forward the idea that Ashkenazi Jews are not descended from the Jews of the bible, but from the Khazars, a Turkic people in the Caucasus who converted to Judaism in the 8th century and were later forced westward into present-day Russia, Ukraine and Poland.
According to Koestler 95% of all Jews in the world are descended from Eurasian Khazar converts to Judaism.
Allegedly, "Arthur Koestler and his wife were killed by Mossad shortly after releasing this book...
"In 1983, the lifeless bodies of Arthur Koestler and his wife were found in their London home.
"Despite significant inconsistencies, the police ruled their death a suicide." (Absolute Proof More Modern Jews Not Biblical Israelites)
Koestler became, for a time, a communist.
He also wrote the anti-communist novel Darkness at Noon (1941).
During World war II, Koestler escaped from France to Britain., where, at first, he was locked up and interrogated by MI5.
Did they turn him into a spy?
His MI5 interrogator "concluded that he was one third blackguard and one third lunatic, but that the remaining third was genius." (Koestler: The Indispensable Intellectual by Michael Scammell.)
Koestler was drafted into an army unit and suffered "complete nervous collapse."
In 1942 Koestler was given a job working for the UK's Ministry of Information as a scriptwriter for propaganda broadcasts and films.
In 1950 he gave "a major speech at the CIA-front Congress for Cultural Freedom held in Berlin."
In 1960, at the University of Michigan, he was involved in some experimental research with hallucinogens. Later, at Harvard, he took part in further experiments with drugs.
Koestler was interested in the paranormal.
He wrote "The Roots of Coincidence" (1972).
"Here, he attempts to find a basis for paranormal events in coincidence, or more precisely synchronicity, so that there is only one phenomenon to explain rather than many." (Arthur Koestler Profiles Features Fortean Times UK)
In 1998, a biography of Koestler by David Cesarani alleged that Koestler had been a serial rapist and that the British writer Jill Craigie had been one of his victims in 1951. Craigie confirmed the allegations. (Arthur Koestler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
A blogger pointed out that Cesarini, a zionist, might be biased. (Muhammad-Rafeeq's Blog: ARTHUR KOESTLER – zionists murder.):
"A particularly nasty zionist, called David Cesarani, a ‘mainstream historian’ who has been given an O.B.E. for his work on the holocaust etc etc, wrote a book that was published in October 1998 and in which he claimed that Koestler had raped several women..."
Reportedly, Arthur Koestler did have lots of women.
"Sometimes he had five affairs on the go at once...
"Koestler believed that women like to be forced."
According to Koestler, "Without an element of initial rape there is no delight." (Koestler: The Indispensable Intellectual by Michael Scammell. - Review by John Carey in the Sunday Times 7 February 2010)
Reportedly, if a girlfriend got pregnant Koestler insisted on an abortion.
Koestler's third wife Cynthia reportedly had five abortions.
Reportedly, when one lady refused to have an abortion, and produced a daughter, Koestler refused ever to see the child. (Koestler: Michael Scammell.)
"In his autobiography, The Invisible Writing, Koestler shares a life changing experience that occurred when he was accused of being a spy during the Spanish Civil War and imprisoned in solitary confinement."
Then I was floating on my back in a river of peace, under bridges of silence.
It came from nowhere and flowed nowhere.
Then there was no river and no I.
The I had ceased to exist...
The "I" ceases to exist because it has, by a kind of mental osmosis, established communication with, and been dissolved in, the universal pool.
It is the process of dissolution and limitless expansion which is sensed as the "oceanic feeling," as the draining of all tension, the absolute catharsis, the peace that passeth all understanding.
From The Thirteenth Tribe (1976):
The evidence from anthropology concurs with history in refuting the popular belief in a Jewish race descended from the biblical tribe.
From the anthropologist's point of view, two groups of facts militate against this belief: the wide diversity of Jews with regard to physical characteristics, and their similarity to the Gentile population amidst whom they live.
Both are reflected in the statistics about bodily height, cranial index, blood-groups, hair and eye colour, etc.
Whichever of these anthropological criteria is taken as an indicator, it shows a greater similarity between Jews and their Gentile host-nation than between Jews living in different countries. (...).
The obvious biological explanation for both phenomena is miscegenation, which took different forms in different historical situations: intermarriage, large-scale proselytizing, rape as a constant (legalized or tolerated) accompaniment of war and pogrom. - The Thirteenth Tribe (1976)