“Swastika Holding Company”
A Film


By Dylan O’Leary
Copyright 2008


Note: Neither this film nor the author are anti-Semitic. The title “The Swastika Holding Company” is actually the name of the bank owned by Meyer Wolfsheim in the novel "The Great Gatsby." This film treatment is dedicated to figuring out why F. Scott Fitzgerald would give that omnious name to a Jewish banker in 1924.
The very core of the film seeks to find secret information about who really betrayed the Jews in the 1930.



A lost play by William Shakespeare about King Arthur contains Free Mason codes and stops a plot by an American general to nuke the U.N. building.

The Free Masons created Europe's first successful intelligence service, Her Magesty's Secret Service, in Shakespeare's time. This eventually became the OSS then MI6 (home of James Bond) but it seems the Masons also set up every major intelligence service for the last 400 years including the CIA and the SS.

Finding "Excaliber" and the "Grail" can unlock the backdoors to all intelligence services in the western hemisphere. And all their sins...


“You shouldn’t pretend that some
old whore-house is a sort of Stratford-on-Avon.”
--James Bond in “You Only Live Twice.”
Shakespeare was born and raised
in Stratford-upon Avon.


Parzifal Miller is a senior at NYU. For his final English paper, he writes an essay called “King Arthur by Wm. Shakespeare.” The professor loves it and gives him an A+ but when the dean finds out that some punk wrote a paper about a play that doesn’t exist, he over-rides the A and prevents his graduation until he writes a proper paper. The professors argues that the kid earned the A+: the boy made up a theoretical structure for a play Shakespeare should have written, actually wrote verses in pentameter, and then used all the critical skills and theories he was taught to compare and contrast it to other plays by Shakespeare, demonstrating command of the subject and instructions. The dean doesn’t give in, so Parz writes the stupid paper and graduates. He also gets the paper published in the college magazine, just to spite the dean.

Two weeks later, a little old lade in London dies, and what’s in her library? “Arthur, King of the Britons, by Wm. Shakespeare, 1594.”

Over-night, our boy is a national hero His version is strikingly similar to Shakespeare’s: he got the structure almost identical and predicted the way Shakespeare would use his thunder for Merlyn, the under-stage crane for the Lady in the Lake, the delicate wooing of Guenevere by Lancelot --- he nailed it. He even predicted that Shakespeare would make Arthur go to Jerusalem and recover the Holy Grail.

During a live press conference --- with professors, writers, Broadway directors --- Parz is presented with a copy of the play. He flips through it and comments on some of the passages, until he gets to Act 3, Scene 3.

And then it gets weird.

Parzival notices that while Arthur is crusading in the Holy Land in Shakespeare's play, there is a scene with three of his knights encamped on Golgotha --- the “Hill of Skulls” where Jesus was crucified. The knights are Sir Bill, Sir Kit, and Sir Kyd. They are drunk and rhyming nonsense about how great they are and how great Arthur is. Their banner is the swastika --- very common back then. Then Parz notices that the rhymes and witticisms they’re spouting are Free Mason Code words. Then he comes to the passage where they call themselves “The Swastika Holding Company.” “Wait a minuet,” Parz says on live TV. “That’s from The Great Gatbsy, by F. Scott Fitzgerald.” At that point, things get real quiet, and he knows he just said too much.

All of Parz worst fears --- and greatest hopes --- have come to haunt him. His life has been a mystery: raised as an orphan in bording schools, he has been supported by an anonymous benefactor named “Genevieve.” When he was 12 years old, he recived a Christmas gift from her. It was an original 1925 printing of “The Great Gatbsy.” There was a brass key inserted at page 221. And on the page, the words “Swastika Holding Company” are underlined. On the title page is “To Genie, Love Fitz!”

In Fitz’s novel, a bank called the Swastika Holding Company is owned by the character Meyer Wolfsheim, a Jew who was the financial backer for Jay Gatsby. The whole book is about how false the American dream is: so corrupt that even the most shining knights are backed by “Jewish money” (the Ivanhoe Syndrome). Parzifal had written a paper on The Great Gatsby in high school, immediately noticing that the love triangle of Nick Carroway, Tom Buccanan, and Jay Gatsby were Merlyn, Arthur, and Lancelot. America is Camelot 2.0 --- doomed to failure because it’s only a recycled pipe dream. Parzifal even insinuated that there really is an International Jewish Conspiracy and that it’s not such a bad thing. That paper was also published, and that’s when the bad guys (they’ll show up in a minute) first started watching Parz. He knew too much already.

But it always puzzled Parz why Fitzgerald gave the Jew the Swastika as his symbol. He knew it had to do with his own mysterious history. That somehow his life, his unknown family, came out of WWII. His name, after all, is Wilhelm Victor Johannes Parzifal Meuller.

Subplot: Tom Bluff, an ATF officer, is called to the Port of New York on a strange call. A Belgian merchant ship, the Corsair, was inspected and a false wall was found. The wall and the room behind is are old, probably made circa WWII. Inside is a case of 12 mint Lugar Pistols from 1939 --- all stamped with symbols of the Reich. The bill of lading in the box is addressed to “W.V.J. Parzifal Meuller.” Later, as the AFT officer is reading the manifest in his office, the news on the TV is about a guy named Parzifal Miller. “No fucking way,” he says, as he puts down his coffee and donut and makes a call. The ATF officer becomes the chief investigator and helps Parz’s figure out the mystery --- despite the fact that the FBI, CIA, NSA and Homeland Security all want this kid in an interrogation room.

William Shakespeare was friends with two writers who were better than he was: Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Kyd. Shakespeare was born poor --- the son of a glover from Stratford-on-Avon* (you can still visit his house today) --- and never went to collge. Marlowe and Kyd were rich, college gods. Marlowe is still considered by many better than Shakespeare. His nick-name was Kit --- the Sir Kit in the Arthur play. Marlowe was a wildly flamboyant gay Cambridge don. One of his lovers at college was Jon Walsignham, the son of Sir Francis Walsingham. Francis Walsingham had created Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 1575 to protect the Queen from assassination and the country from invasion --- Catholics were trying to reclaim England for Rome. Jon noticed how good Marlowe was at describing human behavior in his poems and plays. He suggested that Marlowe join HMSS and be a spy for the Realm (just like James Bond, 400 years later). Marlowe took the job and traveled to Europe to spy on English Catholics who were planning revolution. After while, he quit to be a playwright in London. No one knows why he quit: what did he see in Europe? What did he do? Did he kill people? Did he see them killed and left in disgust? Did he form a secret organization inside HMSS to stop them from murdering people? What did the Thunder say?

Regardless, he became rich, wild, and celebrated as the greatest playwright in the English language. In 1593, he went drinking with 3 of his mates from HMSS. By the end of the evening, one had put a dagger through his eye --- a perfect hit and a hallmark of a sanctioned assassination. One spy had been ordered to kill another.

Why? Why did one of his fellow agents murder him? The killer was pardoned by Queen Elizabeth herself. The government covered it up.

William Shakespeare wrote King Arthur as a protest to Kit Marlowe’s death and secretly divulged the existence (but not identity) of the mole Kit planted. It seemes they weer lovers; there’s more than enough circumstantial evidence to believe it and in the new play, Bill and Kit go on about “brotherly love” a little too much. But the purpose was for Shakespeare to write down all the code words and secret that he learned from Marlowe and expose them to the world, using the character Sir Kit to say it all around the campfire one night. Shakespeare never learned what any of it meant or the mole’s name --- Marlowe was murdered before he could tell. And that’s why the play was lost: it was censored and he was warned “never again or we’ll kill you, too.” He dropped the play immediately but, realizing that he basically had the government blackmailed, he had a free license to write what ever else he wanted to, explaining why he was so controversial but yet tolerated by the authorities. But it is the codes that Parzifal recognizes. At the press conference, he produces the brass key and tells the story. And that’s when the bullets and the men in black show up.

Parzival winds up in the middle of an international conspiracy more than 400 years old, created when Kit Marlowe planted a mole in HMSS. That mole’s successors have been squirreling away information gathered by British intelligence since then. It has all been compiled into a file called the Holy Grail --- everything about the American Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, the founders of the FBI, members of the SS --- all this information is in “the Holy Grail” of secrets. And Parzifal knows how to find it. He’s got the key and he knows that when William Shakespeare writes about Arthur “finding a Holy Grail,” it ain’t a cup: it’s the dirt on the Queen’s secret service and, now, a “backdoor” into America’s intelligence network and, specifically, the Pentagon’s nuclear secrets.

Meanwhile, a truck full of Mexican illegals crosses the California border. They all look shifty, but one of them doesn’t look quite right. Because he isn’t a Mexican. He’s an Arab. And he’s going to blow up the U.N. Building. He’s a member of Al Qaeda and he’s got a contact in America that will give him a nuclear bomb to detonate in the Big Apple. He doesn’t know it, but the contact is an American general in the Pentagon who hates the Jews, hates the Arabs, and fucking hates the fucking U.N. He wants America out of world politics and this is how he is going to do it, because his son just died in Lebanon.

Cameo: The Royal Shakespeare Company immediately puts the play into production and hires Kenneth Branagh as the director. Parzifal is invited to the opening night, but also gets himself invited into rehearsals. It is during rehearsals, Parzifal realizes that the codes are not complete: there is some other direction missing. And that’s when he realizes that the missing link is not the actor’s lines, but the stage directions, the stage directions for the thunder. When Arthur cries the ancient Roman motto “Si vix pax parabellum!” and the thunder strikes, Parz knows there’s something special about the Lugar weapons. The name of the gun is “The Parabellum”.

Excalibur. Does Excalibur exist? What happened to the sword the real Arthur used when he fought the Germans in 520 AD? And why did Shakespeare make sure his own sword was given to Thomas Combe in his will? Yes, Parzifal will find Shakespeare’s sword ---when he digs up his bones --- and discover if it is Excalibur and what the engravings on its blade mean.

The case of Lugars comes from a Swiss arms manufacturer called Gunter Arms. It was created by Hans Gunter in 1919. He was commissioned by Kaiser Wilhelm II to escape Germany as it was losing WWI. His commission was to set up a gun shop that would develop weapons for the next German government. So Hans goes off into the mountains and sets up a coo-coo clock factory, secretly perfecting amazing weapons: pistols that can fire rifle rounds with no recoil; hand grenades that have motion detectors, air rifles that are completely silent – all in the 1920s. He lived a relaxing, idyllic life with his little daughter, Genevieve. One day, while dining at a French café, they met an American named F. Scott Fitzgerald and, probably after a few cocktails, Genevieve and Fitz start flirting in the evening sun. And that’s where Fitz got the phrase “Swastika Holding Company.” He goes to America, writes his book, slaps that wacky name on the Jew’s business --- knowing full-well what the Nazis were doing in Germany --- and lives out his days having no idea what he set in motion.

Soon, a new government came to power in Germany, but Gunter didn’t like them: skin heads, jack boots, and swastikas only promised chaos and mass-murder. So he took his entire operation to Long Island, NY. Eighty years later, his grandson, Parzifal Miller, would fulfill his commission: to re-arm a German government with super weapons and a secret source of espionage and intelligence.

The woman in the film is Mossad agent named Rachel, Code Name Judith. She’s actually American, but when she went to Israel after high school to work on a kibbutz for summer, she got recruited by Mossad. Since then, she’s become a Jewish James Bond. She is the muscle and the super techno toys that come to Parzifal’s aid when he’s about to get lynched in Switzerland, looking for the Holy Grail. Her goal is to get the names of all the Jews who profited off the Third Reich, find out just what IBM did for Hitler, and find out and secret truth about how the Jews were betrayed in Europe.

And while the secret information of 400 years is interesting, it’s immediate value is that is can help Parz identify the general and the codes that are still valid. Because there’s someone still inside the HMSS who is loyal to Wm. Shakespeare, keeping all the lights lit and waiting for someone to come in. In fact, the three most powerful nations have the same two letters, “SS”, in one of their killing agencies: HMSS, the Nazi SS, and the American Secret Service --- “SS”. At the heart of all these agencies, behind all the Free Masons that control them, is one group operating in shadows and whispers. And that’s why Shakespeare’s codes are so dangerous: they’re still active, they can still unlock secrets deep inside all the agencies that have come out of the shadow government.

Parz knows these men and he knows what the codes are: many are common Free Mason passwords, but some are obscure. He’s about to find out when all hell breaks lose.

And the case of Lugars? Printed on the inside of one of the gun barrels is the final code to crack the Holy Grail. If the gun is ever fired, the serial number is destroyed. When Parz is faced with the decision to fire the gun and kill the general, or let all of New York burn and discover the Holy Grail, he calls a draw. With the gun pointed on the general, he types a single URL into a computer:


FYI: The swastika is 3,000 years old. It came from India and has been carried by hundreds of Persian, Roman, German, Chinese, French and British armies, religious organizations, and temples and churches. It means "good luck" in Sanskrit (svast = it is, -itka = good) But when it was adopted by the National Socialist Party (the Nazis) in Germany in th 1890s, it was rotated 45 degrees to look like a weapon rolling into action. It's also known as the fylfot, hakencreuz, and tetraskelion. You can Google this and a lot more.