Drawn and published on 10 February 2021; revised
This United States Mafia Organizational Chart has to do with a putative United States nationwide organized crime group specializing in fleecing grown children whose parent(s) are recently deceased and also in fleecing older retired couples.
From my reading in Wikipedia I gather there are quite a few ‘mobs’ or ‘mafias’ in the United States. According to my astral analysis (which is highly speculative in nature), this particular crime group is a Caucasian group that participates in both blue-collar and white-collar crime, with MOs ranging from simple but reliable techniques such as ‘flirt, fleece and flay or fillet’ to very sophisticated, modern-day techniques such as syndicated broker names, ‘The Slide’, synthetic identity theft financial accounts, and fake marriage with actor impersonation of an heir who has been made to disappear (to name but a few).
The group may be going by one name for awhile, then by another name, and so on. The name they go by may be a ‘knockoff’ of the name of a well-known group. That way, I guess, they might ‘fly under the radar’ by pretending to be members of an established group.
As facts are few and imaginings are plentiful in my online stories, I feel it might be best to take the nicknames in the below chart as being representative of various ‘archetypal criminals’, rather than as nicknames pertaining to particular individuals.
Some of my recently published Catastrophic Childhood Case Studies have to do with some of the nicknames on the chart. If you have an interest in one of the nicknames not published as a case study, you can use the Search feature on my site to find the blogs tagged with the nickname in which you are interested.
Note that there are quite a few nicknames in the tags that are not to do with the mafia, and which may or may not have anything to do with the world of crime. Sometimes a nickname just has to do with an interesting astral story that continues on for awhile.
Image: “United States Mafia Organizational Chart: Crime Family Structure – Nicknames for Catastrophic Childhood Case Studies,” adapted by Alice B. Clagett, 11 February 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0 …
DESCRIPTION: Starting at the top tier of the structure tree: Center of tier: Boss (Central United States) – Heart Vampire (m. Inanna). To the right of that: Consigliere (Central United States) Lawyer – Money Launderer – Ice Man (m. Ice Princess). Tier 2: Center of the Tier: Underboss (Central United States) – Second Up (m. Enchantress). Tier 3, from left: East Coast Caporegime – prior: Three House Hostess; now: Saintly Man (m. Lovely Woman); Central United States Caporegime – prior: Heart Vampire (m. Inanna); now: Second Up (m. Enchantress); West Coast Caporegime – prior: Alluring Calm (m. Headstand Man); now: Veiled Beauty. Tier 4, from left (beneath each Caporegime): Soldiers, Confidence Men and Women, Murderers (Hatchet Men and Women), Mercenaries, Soldiers of Fortune – for East Coast and West Coast Soldiers – no nicknames as yet; for Central United States Soldiers: Torturess (m. Hunter-Snuffer); The Doc, Wifer-Hacker, Lioness, The Riflewoman, Gone Straight. Tier 5: Associates – Drawn in through trickery, blackmail, or bribery … KEY: (. …) = married to or boyfriend girlfriend of. …
CREDITS: Adapted from “Mafia Crime Family Structure Tree,” by MaEr, vector by El torero, 3 November 2008, in Wikipedia … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mafia_family_structure_tree.en.svg … public domain
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See also … Link: “United States Mafia Organizational Chart, SOP, and Pathological Sexual Patterns,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 22 March 2020; revised and republished on 29 March 2020; revised again on 15 June 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-h9R ..
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