Decoding the Illuminati, Travelers and Masons: The color and number system for identifying The Family’s members and their common code words
David & HeraNovember 25, 2016March 19, 2017
We have put together a separate post here of some common code words in the Family, Traveler and Illuminati lexicon. We’ll update it as we go along in the future and repost. Note the fact that aliens have their own keywords and Family numbers and colors. That should tell you that aliens do exist and are living among us. Put all this stuff together in the right context and soon you’ll be deciphering their hidden messages buried in every TV show, movie and just about every song too. Even people’s surnames have meaning. The color of your car has meaning, your license plate number has meaning… to them anyway… “The Databank know my number.”… Who Made Who, “ain’t nobody told you.” AC/DC won’t tell you who put you in this “8-bit town” – but we will.
If anyone has time available and an inclination, we welcome any help in making this better organized in a Word Doc format that we can update as we go. Thank you!
The Family Number and Color System for Sub-Families:
Ones: White (David’s Family, Hera, David and our kids)
Twos: Green or Purple (Both same aliens) also called “plants” “trees” & “ags” short for agriculture, also called “Jews” “Jewels” “Jewelry” “oys” “soy” “Spanish Moss” “Moss” “cheap”
Threes: Black (human) also called coal and France, common, pennies, Lincoln; unrelatedly 3 also is short for 666 – a shorthand to denote Illuminati Players. Three repeats of any word or number also is Code for Illuminati Players, all of whom are Satanic.
Fours: Tomato Red (Human) also called Canada; Rust Red (Alien, also called “hooks,” “iron” “ore” “lead” “rock” and “mountain” as in “iron mountain”)
Fives: Yellow (Human) and also means Police
Sixes: Celtic Green (Human) also called “Irish”; Brown (Alien or alien/human hybrid)
Sevens: Blue (Humans) and they are the most powerful Family Members, also called Royalty, “True” and “Believers” and “Heaven” – they are not believers as in Christians, this is a blasphemous use of these words. “Chicago” as in Mob, “Michigan” as in Lake Michigan (a blue body of water), the Blue Lake, also called “Russian.” Many of the Illuminati from “upstairs” spend time “downstairs” on Earth as Traveler Sevens.
Eight: The Feds
Nine: Grey Aliens, also called “great” “heavy” “metal” “nails” and “quick” “swift” “fast” and “silver” “ash” “smoke” “witch” also called “German” “expensive” “eels” because they are Grey and can hit you with electric shocks, and “ears” because they can hear your thoughts. Also called “ice” and “beer” since “b” means alien, and “eer” means “ear” -they can hear your thoughts and can miniaturize themselves and move into your skull through your ears. Hideous but true.
Ten: The Feds or other law enforcement
All aliens also are called: “Mar” “Marsh” “Marsh” “Martian” etc. and “Cats” “Birds” or “Bats” “Girls” “Women” “b’s” and “d’s” and “y’s” “past” and also includes just writing in past-tense in a way that catches the eye – such as when a movie dialogue suddenly switches to past tense where it sounds odd, “odd” also is alien (while opposite “even” means human), “words” also means alien, “ET” means extra-terrestrial, so that “Yet” would mean “Y” alien, and “et” alien, same thing, both alien. “Years” would men “Y” for alien, and “ears” for Grey alien because the Greys can “hear” your thoughts and also can miniaturize themselves and move into your skull through your ear canal. “Best” “bats” “Cats” “owls” “birds” – anything that flies basically.
Some code words depend on the context: “boys” can be humans who are denoted as “male” while aliens are “female,” or Two aliens depending on the context because “b-oys” means “b” for alien and “oy” is a Jewish word “oy” while anything Jewish generally refers to alien Twos, codeworded as “Jews.” They aren’t Jewish, it is used because the word Jews sounds like Twos, which is another way that secret messages are send, by using words that sound like the words they want to convey.
“Bipolar” means a human/alien hybrid. We aren’t certain that there are such hybrids but the term is used for a Grey alien or Two alien who is living inside of a human “suit” or “cloak.”
“Depressed” means sad, i.e. “blue” which refers to “Boys in Blue” i.e., the police or other authorities.
All humans also are called: “True” “Believers” “Dogs” “Boys” “Men” “light” “future” and also writing in the future tense, “money” “dollars” “details” “art” “act” “action” “deeds,” Italian, Irish, Canadian.
Opposites have meanings:
Long (also tall) = alien Short = human
Big = alien Little = human
Fast = alien Slow = human
Wrong = alien Right = human
Left = alien Right = human
Dark = alien Light = human
Numbers & Letters = alien Colors = Human
Facts = alien Fiction = human also “imagination” = human
Slim, Skinny = alien Fat = human
Fake = alien Real = human
Fast = alien Slow = human
Straight = alien Round = human
Dumb = alien Smart = human
*this is not because aliens are dumb, it is because aliens are “D’s” as a code in the alphabet and “um” is a Boss, so to say “She’s dumb” would mean “alien (“She’s”), alien(“d”), witch(“um”), alien(“b”)” or “She’s” “D” “um” and “b.”
“Cash” can mean money or dollars (which refers to humans) or “ash” which means Nine alien, where “C” may mean “I see” such as someone yelling “Cash!” might mean “see that Grey alien!” because ashes have a grey color to them. Also smoke, smog, Smaug, and other things Grey in color.
Witches or “Gets” often have the same code words as the Greys, and often people say “I see your point” to point out a witch or “Get,” and that refers to a witch’s “pointy” hat. They also use pointing to identify a target to be harmed or killed, or sometimes for other reasons, but usually it is not a good thing to get pointed at.
Gets, Witches and Bosses with the power to summon a witch or Get are called “ers” “Ders” and “ums” as in, being speechless when you see a witch – “oh, um, er….” and also are called “cats” which is why I often in deciphering say “witch or alien” because “Cat” means either, and so does “female.” So does “point” or “I see your point” and “ch” and “sh” and “oo” as in “oooo scary.” They also are called “Doctors” or “Dr.” which refers to surgeons because these evil mobsters and other beings will cut off your legs is you make them angry. So if someone is a “drum” or a “drummer” you would want to walk away from them as a “Dr.” and an “um” and also an “er” – “Dr umm er”
“Get out!” Means “there’s a Get here that you can’t see, so leave…out!”
Other important code words:
“T” = “time” which means who has control of the present time. Sometimes humans “have the time” and sometimes aliens “have the time.” Sometimes humans are the lead authority and sometimes or places aliens are in charge.
“hat” = “tip the hat” or “take off your hat” which means “go away”
For example, the word THAT in the right context can mean “go away” (hat) “the time is watching” (T). “Leave, the authorities are watching.” i.e., “THAT”
other words and signals for “go away” include “clear” elbow out, bending over, smoothing hair back, wiping something off, picking off lint, or lifting the foot to expose the sole of a shoe.
“Water” means unwanted attention, “camel” refers to “water” – so to see a camel means there could be unwanted “water” there but not necessarily.
“Awe” means unwanted attention from the authorities “upstairs” as in “looking up in awe” – so holding your mouth open signals “awe” – and so does “WOW” – so does “perfect” or “perfection” (may be limited to Nine-Authorities); also “boring” means the same thing, “boring” as in “the eyes of the authorities are boring into you right now.” So someone could walk past you and say, “this is so boring” and if you were a Traveler you would know that they are warning you that the authorities are watching you and you should leave.
“The tether” a conference or video conference that occurs inside everyone’s heads, soundless to those not on the tether.
“Stranger” – someone who is not a member of the Family
Codewords for Hera include: The Story, The Music, The Sun, The One, Vintage because she is 1000 years old and trapped here in the past, The White Queen and The White Captive, Flower Child, Flower Power, Diamond Girl, Spinner, Ballerina, Tiny Dancer, Apple, Rose, Stranger
David is called: David, Jim Cramer, Jim, James, Jimmy, The King, The White King, The One, Spinner, Trinity (as in Holy Trinity)
Hera and David are also called The Twins
Our children are: Denis, Peter, Paul, Bart, Tom, Tim, Holly, Michael, Little Michael, James, Jim, Scott, Matthew, Brian
Collectively our Family is called: The Ones, The Whites (as opposed to The Family’s “Dark” in the battle of “Good vs. Evil”), Roses, Flowers, Diamonds, Ballerinas, Tiny Dancers, Spinners, Flower Children, Flower Power
The people who run this show called Earth are: Bea & Kodiak, Psyche and Nymph, and their select Illuminati pals, and some other alien pals. Bea, Psyche and Nymph are Grey aliens and Nines. Kodiak may be a human or a Nine, or a hybrid, we can never pin him down on it. The Illuminati are humans and some aliens. The powers that be collectively are called “money” “upstairs” “the bankers” and “the parents” “northerners” “new york” and “Dow Jones.”
Kodiak often goes by Bill, Gene, Chick, Chickenman, Coop, Marshall, Martin, Simon, Simmons, iron man, names with Rose in them; and hails from Texas or Colorado. We think he occupies at times, Gene Simmons, OJ Simpson, Mick Jagger, David Caradine. We are sure he also is Jim Jones, the cult leader, and Ted Bundy. Probably Charles Manson. He is depicted as Hector of Los Pollos Hermanos on Breaking Bad, and the black-hatted villain on Westworld.
Bea often goes by Taylor, Samantha, Anna, Nana, Trixie, Pixie, Jean, Gene, Terry, Teri, Nokia, Bee, Bea, Queen Bee, Beatrix, Beatrice, Elizabeth, Betty, Betsy, names with Rose in them; she often hails from Las Vegas, Massachusetts or Arizona. She occupies Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Dance Mom Abby Miller, Kim Jung ill, Kim il Sung, and many many many other people. Together Bea and Kodiak are Bo & Peep, Ti and Do – the nutty Heaven’s Gate cult leaders. They both claim to have occupied together Ariel Castro. Bea alone or Psyche occupied Jeffrey Dahmer.
See a pattern? They jump into humans, hollow out their consciousness, their judgment, have them do dastardly things, then abandon them to jail, often with dementia while they seek out another human host.
Humans and aliens from upstairs and down who jump into us humans on Earth and drive us around, with or without our knowledge, call Earth Humans: “vehicles” “cars” “clothes” “vintage” because we live in the past, thus “vintage t-shirt” or “vintage dress” or “vintage car.”
Earth: “The past” “downstairs” “the underworld” “Georgia” “South” “the Southland” “Chicago (downstairs sevens),” “the ocean” “Florida” “New Orleans” “Wild West” “Westworld” “school” “Jurassic Park”
Other Earth: “the Future” “Upstairs” “overlords” “Canada” “New York” “the sky” “North” “university” “the bankers” “Dow” “the parents”
Travelers is a downstairs system while the overlords upstairs are Illuminati. Traveler “bosses” can be down here but ultimate bosses are all upstairs (called “the Parents” or just “Dad” which means the Godfather of the organization (he goes by Kodiak but inhabits numerous human “suits” or “cloaks”). Generally speaking people in the Illuminati downstairs on Earth are people who are down here from upstairs and occupying people down here. The three Illuminati leaders, Bea (“Queen Bee”), “Kodiak,”and Bea’s daughter “little Bea” and maybe a few others, have the ability to occupy numerous “human suits” or “human cloaks” at the same time. In this way Kodiak is both Anderson Cooper and Anthony Bourdain. Different human bodies, controlled by the same Illuminati leaders.
Trilateral Commission Members
April 10, 2003
Krister Ahlstrom, Chairman, Ahlstrom Corp. Helsinki
Madelaine K. Albright, former Secretary of State
Paul Arthur Allaire, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Xerox Corporation
Graham Allison, Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Prof. Of Gov., Harvard.
Edmond Alphandery, Chairman, Caisse Nationale de Prevoyance, Paris
Dwayne 0. Andreas, Chairman of the Board, Archer Daniels Midland Company
Stelios Argyros, former Member of the European Parliament
Michael Armacost, President, The Brookings Institution; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan
Jarzy Baczynsk, editor-in-chief, Polityka, Warsaw
Euan Baird, Chairman, Schumberger Limited
Piero Bassetti, former Chairman, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Milan
Riley P. Bechtel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bechtel Group, Inc.
Erik Belfrage, senior vice President, Skandivanviska Enslikda Banken, Stockholm
C. Fred Bergsten, Director, Institute for International Economics; former U.S. Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
Susan V. Berresford, President, Ford Foundation
Carl Bildt, Member of Swedish Parliament
Lord Conrad M. Black of Crossharbour, Chairman of Hollinger International
Geoffrey T. Boisi, vice Chairman, JPMorgan Chase
Stephen W. Bosworth, former ambassador to the Republic of Korea
Ana Patricia Botin, Chairman, Banesto, Madrid
Jacques Bougie, President and Chief Executive Officer, Alcoa Aluminum Limited, Montreal
Jorge Braga de Macedo, President of the Development Center, Paris
Lord Brittan, vice Chairman, UBS Warburg, London
Harold Brown, Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies; former U.S. Secretary of State
John H. Bryan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Sara Lee Corporation
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Counselor Center for Strategic and International Studies; Robert Osgood Professor of American Foreign Affairs, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Robin Buchanan, senior partner, Brain & Company, London
James E. Burke, Chairman, CEO Em., Johnson & Johnson
Sven Burmester, writer and explorer, Denmark
George Herbert Walker Bush, former President of the USA
D. Wayne Calloway, Chairman, CEO, Pepsico
Kurt Campbell, Senior Vice President and Director, International Security Program, CSIS
Frank C. Carlucci, Vice Chmn., The Carlyle Group
Herve de Carmoy, partner, Rhone Group, New York & Paris
Gerhard Casper, President Emeritus, Stanford University
Domingo F. Cavallo, President, Accion por la Republica, Buenos Aires
John H. Chafee, Member of United States Senate (now retiring)
Morris Chang, Chairman, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufactoring, Taipei
Richard B. Cheney, Vice President of the United States; former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Halliburton Co.; U.S. Secretary of Defense
William Jefferson Clinton, President of the UNited States
Cho Suck-Rai, Chairman, Hyosung Corporation, Seoul, South Korea
Marshall A. Cohen, Counsel, Cassels Brock & Blackwell, Barristers and Solicitors, Toronto
William S. Cohen (R-Me)
William T. Coleman, Jr., Senior Partner O’Melveny & Myers; former U.S. Secretary of Transportation
William T. Coleman III, Chairman, BEA Systems, Inc., San Jose, Ca.
Timothy C. Collins, chief Executive officer, Ripplewood Holdings, New York
Richard Conroy, Chairman, Conroy Diamonds & Gold, Dublin
Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of lnternational Economics, Harvard University;
former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
E. Gerald Corrigan, Partner and Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co.; former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Alain Cotta, Professor, University of Paris
Michael J Critelli, Chairman, Pitney Bowes, Inc., Stamford
Lester Crystal, NBC/RCA
Gerald L. Curtis, Prof. Poli Sci, Columbia Univ.
Kenneth Dam, U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Treasury
Lynn E. Davis,VP, Dir., Rand Corp., Former U.S. Under Sec. for International Security Affairs
Baron Paul de Keersmacker, Chairman, Domo, WDP
Lodewijck J.R. de Vink, Chairman, Global Health Care Partners, Peapack, N.J.
Roberto F. de Ocampo, President, Asian Institute of Management, Manila
Andre’ Desmarais, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Montreal
John M. Deutch, Institute Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; former
Director U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
Vladimir Dlouhy, advisor, Goldman Sachs
Peter C. Dobell, Founding Director, Parliamentary Centre, Ottawa
Wendy K. Dobson, University of Toronto
Husnu Dogan, Chairman, Development Foundation of Turkey
Jessica P. Einhorn, consultant, Clark and Weinstock, Washington Managing Director for Finance and Resource Mobilization, World Bank
HRH Prince El Hassan Bin Talal, President, The Club of Rome
Bill Emmott, editor, The Economist, London
Roger A. Enrico, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo, Inc.
Jeffrey E. Epstein, President, J. Epstein & Company, Inc.; President, N.A. Property Inc.
Robert F. Erburu, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Times Mirror Company
William T. Esrey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sprint Corporation
Dianne Feinstein, Member of United States Senate; former Mayor of San Francisco
Martin S. Feldstein, President, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.; George F Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University; former Chairman, President’s Council of Economic Advisors
Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director International Monetary Fund
George M. C. Fisher, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Eastman Kodak Company
Richard B. Fisher, Chairman, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
Richard W. Fisher, former U.S. Deputy trade representative
Jorgen Fitschen, Executive committee, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt
Thomas S. Foley (D-WA)
L. Yves Fortier, Senior Partner, Ogilvy Renault, Barristers and Solicitors, Montreal; former Canadian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Paolo Fresco, Vice Chairman of the Board and Executive Officer, The General Electric Company
Stephen Friedman, former Chairman and Limited Partner, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Michael Fuchs, Managing Director, Impex Electronic, Berlin
Hiroaki Fujii, President, The Japan Foundation
Shinji Fukukawa, CEO Dentau Institute for Human Studies
Gabriele Galatari di Genola, Managing Director, IFI and IFIL
Richard N. Gardner, Of Counsel, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP; former U.S. Ambassador to Spain and to Italy; Columbia Univ.
Lord Garel-Jones, advisor to UBS Warburg, London; Member of the House of Lords
Leslie H. Geib, President, Council on Foreign Relations
John A. Georges, Senior Managing Director, Windward Capital Partners, L.P; former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Paper
David R. Gergen, Editor-at-Large, U.S. News and World Report; former Special Advisor to the U.S. President and Secretary of State
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Business Machines, Amonk; RJR Nabisco; Director, New York Times
Lord Gilbert, former Minister for Defense, London
Frene Ginwala, speaker of the National Assembly, South Africa
Joseph T. Gorman, Chairman, Pres, CEO, TRW Inc.
Allan E. Gotlieb, Consultant, Stikeman Elliot; former Canadian Ambassador to the United States
William C. Graham, Chairman, House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa
William H. Gray, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Negro College Fund; former Member of U.S. House of Representatives
Jeffrey W. Greenberg, Chairman, Marsh & McLennan Companies, New York
Maurice R. Greenberg, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, American International Group, Inc.
General Lord Guthrie, Director, NM Rothschild & Sons
Alan Greenspan, Chairman Federal Reserve Board
Toyoo Gyohten, President, the Institute for International Monetary Affairs
Robert D. Haas, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Levi Strauss & Co.
Uwe Haasen, advisory Board, Allianz, Munich
Carl Hahn, vice Chairman, Gerling Speziale Kreditversicherungs, Cologne
Sirkka Hamalainen, Executive Board, European Central Bank
Lee H. Hamilton, Member of U.S. House of Representatives
Stuart Harris, Professor, Australian National University
William A Haseltine, CEO, Human Genome Sciences, Inc., Rockville, MD
Yoshimasa Hayashi, Member of the House of Councillors
Charles B. Heck, former North American Director, Trilateral Commission
David J. Hennigar, Chairman, Crownx, Vice Chairman, Crown Life
Carla A. Hills, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company; former U.S. Trade Representative
Richard Holbrooke, Vice Chairman, Credit Suisse First Boston Corporation; former U.S.
Ambassador to Germany; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs; former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations
Robert D. Hormats, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs Int.
Murray Horn, Managing Director ANZ Bank (New Zealand) Limited
Hyun Hong-Choo, senior partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul
James R. Houghton, Former Chairman of the Board, Corning Incorporated
Claude Imbert, founder, Le Point, Paris
Bobby R. Inman, Chmn., Dallas Fed. Res. Bank
Joichi Ito, President, CEO, Neoteny Co.
Max Jakobson, former Finnish ambassador to the United Nations
Baron Daniel Janssen, Chairman, Solvay, Brusseles
Sir Michael Jenkins, vice Chairman, Dresdener Kleinwort Wasserstein, London
Trinidad Jimenez, Socialist Party, Madrid
Josef Joffe, editor, Die Zeit, Hamburg
James A. Johnson, vice Chairman, Perseus LLC, Washington
Samuel C. Johnson, Director, Mobil Corp.
W. Thomas Johnson, President, Cable News Network
Han Sung-joo, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Seoul
Vernon E. Jordan, Senior Partner, Akin, Gum p, Strauss, Hauer & Feld
Karl Kaiser, Director, Research Inmstitute of the German Council on foreign relations
Donald R. Keough, Chairman of the Board, Allen & Company Incorporated; Coca-Cola Co.
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.; former U.S. Secretary of State; former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Sir John Kerr, Secretary general, European Convention
Kim Kihwan, advisor, Goldman Sachs
Il Sa Kong, CEO, Institute for Global Economics, Seoul
Kim Kyung-Won, President, Institute of Social Sciences
Aotaro Kobayashi, Chairman of the Board, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Akira Kojima, editorialist, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun
Marie-Josee Kravis, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, New York; former Executive Director Hudson Institute of Canada, Montreal
Thomas G. Labrecque, President, The Chase Manhattan Bank
Manfred Lahnstein, former Member of the Executive Board, Bertelsmann, Gtersloh
Count Otto Lambsdorff, partner, Wessing Lawyer, Dsseldorf
Kurt Lauk, President, Globe Capital Partners, Stuttgart
Anne Lauvergeon, Chairman of the Executive Board, Areva, Paris
Kenneth L. Lay, former CEO, Enron Corporation
Jim Leach, Member of U.S. House of Representatives
Cees van Lede, CEO Akzo Nobel, Arnhem
Lee In-ho, President, Korea Foundation
Gerald Levin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Time Warner
Bernard Lewis, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Emeritus, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Count Marice Lippens, Chairman, Fortis, Brussels
Winston Lord, Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to China
E. Peter Lougheed, former premier of Alberta
Cees Maas, former Treasurer of the Dutch Government
Ahmad Syafill Maarif, Chairman, Muhammadiyah Movement, Indonesia
H. Harrison McCain, Chairman of the Board, McCain Foods Limited, Toronto
Hugh L. McColl, Jr., Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, NationsBank Corporation
William J. McDonough, President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Roy MacLaren, former Candian high commissioner to the U.K.
Whitney MacMillan, Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Cargill, Inc.
Robert S. McNamara, Lifetime Trustee, former Secretary of Defense, former President, World Bank
Antonio Mader, President, San Luis Corporacion, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City
Jessica T. Mathews, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Abel Matutes, Chairman, Empresas Matutes
Francis Maude, Member of the British Parliament
Sir Deryck C. Maughan, vice Chairman, Citigroup, New York
Jay Mazur, President Emeritus, Union of Neeletrades, Industrial and Textile Employeess, AFL-CIO
Peter Mitterbauer, President, the Federation of Austrian Industry, Vienna
Kiichi Miyazawa, former prime Minister of Japan
Thierry de Montbrial, Director, French Institute for International Relations
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former Chairman, Royal Dutch/Shell Group
Jiro Murase, Managing partner, Bingham Dana Murase Salomon Smith Barney Holdings Inc.
Jay Mazur, President, Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE), AFL-CIO, CLC
Yuang Ming, Director, Institute of international relations, Peking University
Mario Monti, Director-General, World Trade Organization
Yoshiji Nogami, Former Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan
Lucio A. Noto, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mobil Corporation
Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Dean, John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; former
U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
Shijuro Ogata, former Deputy Governor, Japan Development Bank
Michel Oksenberg, Senior Fellow, Asia Pacific Research Center Stanford University; former Staff Member (China), U.S. National Security Council
Andrzej Olechowski, Chairman, Civic Platform, Warsaw
Michael O`Neil, North American Director, the Trilateral Commission Lucas Papademos, Governor of the Bank of Greece, Athens
Schelto Patijn, former mayor of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
James A. Pattison, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Pattison Group Inc., Vancouver
William Perry, Michael and Barbara Berberian Professor Stanford University; former U.S. Secretary of Defense
Michael E. J. Phelps, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Westcoast Energy Inc., Vancouver
Colin L. Powell, U.S. Secretary of State
Alessandro Profumo, Managing Director, Unicredito Italiano, Milan
Robert D. Putnam, Director of the Saguaro Seminar; Stanfield Professor of International Peace, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Franklin D. Raines, former Director, Office of Managment and Budget
Charles B. Rangel, Member of U.S. House of Representatives
Lee R. Raymond, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Exxon Corporation
Paul Revay, European Director, The Trilateral Commission, Paris
Gunter Rexrodt, Member of the German Bundestag
Hartley Richardson, CEO, James Richardson & Sons, Ltd., Winnipeg
Rozanne L. Ridgeway, Director, Citicorp.
Charles S. Robb, Member of United States Senate; former Governor of Virginia
Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman, Techint Group of Companies, Milan
David Rockefeller, Founder and Honorary Chairman, Trilateral Commission, Chase Manhattan Bank
John D. Rockefeller IV, Member of United States Senate; former Governor of West Virginia
Sergio Romano, Columnist, Corriere della Serra, Milan
Henry Rosovsky, Prof. Harvard Univ.
William V. Roth, Jr., Member of United States Senate
David M. Rubenstein, Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
Luis Rubio, Director-general, Center of Research for Development, Mexico City
William D. Ruckershaus, Chairman, CEO, Browning-Ferris Ind.
H. Onno Ruding, vice Chairman Citicorp/Citibank, Brussels
Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense
Arthur F. Ryan, CEO, The Prudential Insurance Co. of America
Rusdu Saracoglu, President of the Finance Group, Turkey
Silvio Scaglia, former Managing Director, Omnitel
Henry B. Schacht, Chairman, Lucent Technologies
Jorgen Schleimann, Chairman, The Danish European Movement, Denmark
Guido Schmidt-Chiari, Chairman, Constantino Group
Kurt L. Schmoke, Mayor of Baltimore
Pedro Schwartz, Chairman, IDELCO, Madrid
Prince Karel of Schwarzenb, former President of the Helsinki Federation for Human Rights
William Scranton, New York Times
Raymond C. H. Seitz, Vice Chairman Europe, Lehman Brothers; former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom
Maurizio Sell, CEO, Banca Sella, Biella, Rome
Jaime Serra, former Mexican Minister of Trade
Roberto Egydio Setuba, President of Banco Itau S.A., Brazil
Donna Shalala U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services
Albert Shanker, Pres., American Federation of Teachers
George P. Shultz, Honorary Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University; former U.S.
Secretary of State; former Secretary of the Treasury; former Secretary of Labor; former Director, Office of Management and Budget (now Governor George W. Bush supporter)
C. J. Silas, Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Phillips Petroleum Company
Stefano Silvestri, President, Institute for International Affairs (IAI), Rome
Lord Simon of Highbury, Member of the House of Lords, London
Gordon Smith, former Deputy Minister of foreign affairs of Canada
Anthony M. Solomon
R.W. Sonnenfeidt, NBC/RCA
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP Group, London
Ronald D. Southern, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ATCO Ltd., Calgary; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Canadian Utilities Ltd., Edmonton
Myles Staunton, former Member of the Irish Senate
David Stockman, Gen Partner, The Blackstone Group
Peter Straarup, Chairman of the Executive Board, Den Danske Bank, Copenhagen
Barry F. Sullivan, First National Bank of Chicago
Peter Sutherland, Chairman, BP, London; Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International
Tsuyoshi Takagi, Resident, ZENSEN (The Japanese Federation of Textile, garment, Chemical Commercial and Allied Industries Worker’s Unions)
Strobe Talbott, former Under Secretary of State
Akihiko Tanaka, Director, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo
Naoki Tanaka, President, The 21st Century Public Policy Institute
Luis Tellez, Executive Vice President, Sociedad de Formento Industrial (DESC), Mexico City
John Thain, CEO, Goldman Sachs
Jacques Thierry, Banque Bruxelles Lambert; honorary Chairman of the Board, Interbrew, Brussels
G. Richard Thoman, former CEO, Xerox Corporation
Lester C. Thorow, Dean, Sloan School if Mgmt., MIT
Niels Thygesen, Professor, University of Copenhagen
Harri Tiido, former Editor-in-Chief, Radio KUKU
Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor, European Institute & Director, Hellenic Observatory
Wilson H. Taylor, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer CIGNA Corporation
Laura D’Andrea Tyson, Professor Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley; former Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors and Director of the National Economic Council
Laszlo Urban, Vice President, Business Planning Director, Citibank, New York
Cyrus R. Vance, Director, Manufacturers Hanover
Mario Vargas Llosa, Writer, London; Member of the Royal Spanish Academy
George Vassiliou, Member of Parliament and leader of United Democrats, head of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Cyprus to the European Union, former President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicosia
Franco Venturini, Foreign Correspondent, Corriere della Sera, Rome
Friedrich Verzetnitsch, Member of Austrian Parliament; President, Austrian Federation of Trade Unions, Vienna, President, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)
Sarasin Viraphol, ExecutiveVice President, Charoen Pokhand Co., Ltd; former Deputy permanent Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Bangkok
Paul A. Volcker, Former Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System; former Chairman, Wolftnsohn & Co. Inc.; Frederick H. Schultz Professor Emeritus of International Economic Policy, Princeton University; Co-Convenor, Bretton Woods Committee
Marko Voljc, CEO, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, Ljubljana
Joris Voorhoeve, Member of the Council of State; former Minister of Defense, The Hague
Panagis Vourloumis, Panagis Vourloumis & associates, Financial Adivsors; Chairman, Frigoglass Group; former Chairman and Managing Director, Alpha Finance, Athens
Karel Vuursteen, Chairman of the Executive Board, Heineken, Amsterdam
Antonio Garrigues Walker, Chairman, Garrigues, Madrid
Jusuf Wanandi, Member of the Board of Directors, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta
Goro Watanabe, Chairman, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.
Koji Watanabe, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; Executive Advisor to the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren)
Glenn E. Watts, President Emeritus, Communication Workers of America, Chevy Chase, MD
Serge Weinberg, Chairman of the Managing Board, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute; President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IRIS), Paris
Heinrich Weiss, Chairman, SMS, Dsseldorf
Henry Wendt, Former Chairman, SmithKline Beecham
Arne Wessberg, Director-General, YLE Group, the Finnish Broadcasting Company & Digits OY, Helsinki; President, European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
Marina V. N. Whitman, Director, Manufacturers Hanover
Norbert Wieczorek, Member of the German Bundestag; Deputy Chairman of the SPD Parliamentary Group, Berlin
L.R. Wilson, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer BCE Inc., Montreal
Robert N. Wilson, Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson
Robert C. Winters, Chairman Emeritus, The Prudential Insurance Co. of America
Paul D. Wolfowitz, Dean, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins
University; former U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
Taio Yakushiji, Professor of Political Science, Keio University, Executive Research Director, Institute for International Policy Studies
Tadashi Yamamoto, President, Japan Center for International Exchange, Tokyo, Pacific Asian Director, the Trilateral Commission
Emilio Ybarra, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, Banca Bilbao-Vizcaya, Madrid
Noriyuki Yonemura, Senior Vice President, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Bunroku Yoshino, Senior Advisor, Institute for International Economic Studies, former Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
Lorenzo H. Zambrano, chief Executive officer, CEMEX, Monterrey
Ernesto Zedillo, former President of Mexico
Mortimer Zedillo, Chairman and Co-founder of Boston Properties
Robert B. Zoellick, John M. Olin Professor U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
Mortimer Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief U.S. News and World Report; Chairman and Co-Founder Boston Properties
Former Members in Government Service
Bruce Babbitt, U.S. Secretary of the Interior
Stephen W. Bosworth, U.S. Ambassador to South Korea
Bill Clinton, President of the United States
William S. Cohen, U.S. Secretary of Defense
Thomas Foley, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, former Speaker of the House
Alan Greenspan, Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System
Roy MacLaren, Canadian High Commissioner, London
Donna F. Shalala, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
Strobe Talbott, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State weektc.htm