California Dreaming: The Hippie Revolutionaries Who Protested The Vietnam War & Their Ties To The Military Intelligence Community Driving It

…The state also could have used the draft to silence its war critics. After all, there was a war going on, and hundreds of thousands of young men were being sent to Vietnam. However, none of the Laurel Canyon stars had their careers interrupted by the Vietnam War. The tricks used unsuccessfully by thousands of young men across the country to avoid the draft always seemed to work for the Laurel Canyon crowd.


California Dreaming                     

During the first week of August 1964, warships under the command of U.S. Adm. George Stephen Morrison allegedly came under attack while patrolling Vietnam’s Tonkin Gulf. This attack was later called the Tonkin Gulf Incident. Although this attack probably never took place, it was used as an excuse to start the Vietnam War.[1] 


Meanwhile, in the early months of 1965, an astounding number of musicians, singers and songwriters suddenly moved to a geographically and socially isolated community known as Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles. Within months, the “hippie/flower child” movement started in Laurel Canyon and began to protest the Vietnam War.[2] This article will show that this so-called peace movement was likely controlled by the same military/intelligence community that instigated the Vietnam War.

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      One of the most iconic, controversial, critically acclaimed and influential figures to take up residence in Laurel Canyon was Jim Morrison of the Doors. Jim Morrison also happens to be the son of the aforementioned Adm. George Stephen Morrison. So while the father actively conspired to fabricate an incident that started the Vietnam War, his son moved to Laurel Canyon and positioned himself to become an icon of the peace/anti-war crowd.[3]

Left: Adm. George Stephen Morrison Right: Jim Morrison of the Doors
Captain Morrison and his son Jim on the bridge of the Bon Homme Richard in January 1964

John Phillips also moved to Laurel Canyon and played a major role in spreading the emerging “counterculture” across America. Phillips helped organize the Monterrey Pop Festival and wrote the popular song San Francisco, which were both instrumental in luring the disenfranchised to San Francisco to create the Haight-Ashbury phenomenon and the 1967 Summer of Love. John Phillips was the son of U.S. Marine Corp. Cpt. Claude Andrew Phillips, and attended a series of elite military prep schools in the Washington, D.C. area, culminating in his appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis.[4]

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“Papa John” John Phillips was the son of U.S. Marine Corp. Cpt. Claude Andrew Phillips.

Ellen Naomi Cohen, better known as Cass Elliot, was a childhood friend of John Phillips’s nephew. Elliot was born in Baltimore but grew up in Alexandria and attended the same high school as Phillips. John Phillips, Michelle Phillips, Denny Doherty and Cass Elliot formed the highly popular Laurel Canyon band the Mamas and the Papas.[5]

The Mamas and the Papas performing on The Ed Sullivan Show. From left-Michelle Phillips, Cass Elliot, Denny Doherty, and John Phillips.

Stephen Stills was a founding member of two of Laurel Canyon’s most acclaimed and beloved bands: Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills & Nash. He was the product of yet another career military family, and was educated primarily at schools on military bases and at elite military academies. Stephen Stills claimed to have served time in Vietnam before moving to Laurel Canyon and becoming an icon of the peace movement.[6]

David Crosby was one of Laurel Canyon’s most flamboyant residents and a founding member of the Byrds as well as Crosby, Stills & Nash. Crosby is the son of World War II military intelligence officer and Annapolis graduate Maj. Floyd Delafield Crosby. Crosby’s family tree includes numerous U.S. senators and congressmen, governors, mayors, Supreme Court justices, members of the Continental Congress, and high-ranking Masons. If there is a network of elite families that has shaped national and world events for generations, it is likely that David Crosby is a bloodline member of that network.[7]

Jackson Browne, who became a star of the Laurel Canyon scene a few years later, is also the product of a career military family. Browne was born in a military hospital in Heidelberg, Germany because his father had been assigned to postwar reconstruction work in Germany.[8]

The three members of the band America—Gerry Beckley, Dan Peek and Dewey Bunnell—were also Laurel Canyon residents whose fathers were all members of the military/intelligence community. The three met in West Ruislip near London, where their fathers worked at the West Ruislip U.S. Air Force base, a facility deeply involved in intelligence operations.[9]

Mike Nesmith of the Monkees and Cory Wells of Three Dog Night both arrived in Laurel Canyon after serving time with the U.S. Air Force. Gram Parsons, who briefly replaced David Crosby in the Byrds, was also a Laurel Canyon resident and the son of a decorated military officer and bomber pilot.[10]

Frank Zappa was Laurel Canyon’s father figure during the early years of its heyday. Although many of his recording artists were obscure, some such as psychedelic rocker Alice Cooper went on to superstardom. Zappa’s father was a chemical warfare specialist assigned to the Edgewood Arsenal near Baltimore, Maryland. The Edgewood Arsenal is the longtime home of America’s chemical warfare program and is frequently cited as being enmeshed in MK/ULTRA operations.[11]

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Experiments on approximately 7000 human subjects included chemical warfare agents and Psychoactive agents such as LSD, PCP and cannabinoids.

Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys also bought his first real home in Laurel Canyon in 1965. Wilson was heavily influenced by the work of Phil Spector, whose crack team of studio musicians, dubbed the Wrecking Crew, provided the instrumental tracks for countless albums by Laurel Canyon bands.[12]

David McGowan wrote:

All these folks gathered nearly simultaneously along the narrow, winding roads of Laurel Canyon. They came from across the country—although the Washington, D.C. area was noticeably over-represented—as well as from Canada and England, and, in at least one case, all the way from Nazi Germany. They came even though, at the time, there was no music industry in Los Angeles. They came even though, at the time, there was no live music scene to speak of. They came even though, in retrospect, there was no discernible reason for them to do so.[13]

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Typical American kids of the 1950’s. In less than a decade they were spontaneously and organically transformed into…

FILM: Lookout Mountain Laboratory

Lookout Mountain Laboratory was also located in Laurel Canyon. Originally envisioned as a fortified air defense center, this facility by 1947 featured a fully operational movie studio which included sound stages, screening rooms, film processing labs, editing facilities, an animation department and 17 climate-controlled film vaults. This studio produced approximately 19,000 classified motion pictures over its lifetime—more than all the Hollywood studios combined.[14]

Lookout Mountain Laboratory apparently had an advanced research and development department that was on the cutting edge of new film technologies such as 3-D effects. Hollywood luminaries including John Ford, Jimmy Stewart, Howard Hawks, Ronald Reagan, Bing Crosby, Walt Disney, Hedda Hopper and Marilyn Monroe worked at the facility on undisclosed projects. The facility also employed up to 250 producers, directors, technicians, editors, animators, etc.—all with top security clearances.[15]

Lookout Mountain Laboratory in Laurel Canyon

Laurel Canyon in the 1950s was home to leading actors such as Marlon Brando, James Dean, and James Coburn. It was also home to Natalie Wood, who lived in the same home that Cass Elliot would later turn into a Laurel Canyon party house. Other former Laurel Canyon residents connected to the film industry include W.C. Fields, Mary Astor, Roscoe Arbuckle, Errol Flynn, Orson Welles and Robert Mitchum.[16]

A group that played a key role in promoting the new Laurel Canyon bands was Hollywood’s so-called Young Turks. This group included Peter Fonda, Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, Dennis Hopper and Warren Beatty, along with their female counterparts such as Jane Fonda, Nancy Sinatra and Sharon Tate. Many of these Hollywood stars forged very close bonds with the Laurel Canyon musicians, and some purchased homes in Laurel Canyon so that they could live and party among the rock stars.[17]

As with the Laurel Canyon musicians, the Young Turks had impressive establishment credentials. Bruce Dern’s godparents were Eleanor Roosevelt and two-time Democratic presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson. Dern’s mother was the sister of Archibald MacLeish, who held several offices in the Roosevelt Administration and was a member of the Skull and Bones society.[18]

Peter and Jane Fonda’s father, Henry Fonda, was a decorated U.S. Naval Intelligence officer during World War II and was once married to a Rothschild descendent. Dennis Hopper’s father was employed by military intelligence and was in the OSS during World War II. Sharon Tate was the daughter of career U.S. Army intelligence officer Lt. Col. Paul Tate, and Nancy Sinatra’s father, Frank Sinatra, had many associations with known Mafia figures.[19]

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Anti-establishment Jane Fonda aka ‘Hanoi Jane’ posing with the Communist enemy. “As for the success of anti-democracy protests by radical protagonists like Fonda, John Kerry and others, Hanoi could not have been more pleased. General Vo Nguyen Giap, supreme leader of the North Vietnamese Army, told CBS in a 1989 interview: “We paid a high price [during the Tet offensive] but so did you [Americans] … not only in lives and materiel. Do not forget the war was brought into the living rooms of the American people. … The most important result of the Tet offensive was it made you de-escalate the bombing, and it brought you to the negotiation table. It was, therefore, a victory…. The war was fought on many fronts. At that time the most important one was American public opinion.”  Source. Years later she married CNN founder, Ted Turner.

David McGowan wrote:

Let’s wrap up this chapter with a quick review of what we have learned about the people populating Laurel Canyon in the mid-to-late 1960s. We know that one subset of residents was a large group of musicians who all decided, nearly simultaneously, to flood into the canyon. The most prominent members of this group were, to an overwhelming degree, the sons and daughters of the military/intelligence community. We also know that mingled in with them were the young stars of Hollywood, who also were, to an astonishing degree, the sons and daughters of the military/intelligence community. And, finally, we know that also in the mix were scores of military/intelligence personnel who operated out of the facility known as Lookout Mountain Laboratory.

I’ve got to say that, given the relatively small size of Laurel Canyon, I’m beginning to wonder if there was any room left over for any normal folks who might have wanted to live the rock’n’roll lifestyle.[20]


The “hippie/flower child” movement was supposed to be about peace, love and gentleness. Unfortunately, an astonishingly large number of Laurel Canyon residents suffered premature and often violent deaths.

The Charles Manson Family murders of Sharon Tate, Stephen Parent, Jay Sebring, Voytek Frykowski and Abigail Folger at 10050 Cielo Drive in Benedict Canyon had deep ties to Laurel Canyon. Frykowski and Folger lived in Laurel Canyon, and Jay Sebring’s hair salon sat right at the mouth of Laurel Canyon. Sharon Tate frequently visited friends in Laurel Canyon such as John Phillips, Cass Elliot and Abigail Folger, and when Tate wasn’t in Laurel Canyon, many of the Laurel Canyon residents visited her place on Cielo Drive.[21]

Sharon Tate was eight and a half months pregnant when murdered. She was married to Roman Polanski, a dubious character previously reviewed here.

The unsolved murder of four people on July 1, 1981, at Wonderland Avenue in Laurel Canyon is regarded by Los Angeles homicide detectives as the most brutal multiple murder in the city’s history. Ron Launius, Billy Deverell, Joy Miller and Barbara Richardson all died from extensive blunt-force trauma injuries. Only Launius’s wife, Susan Launius, miraculously survived the attack.[22]

These murders are hardly unique. For example, Diane Linkletter (daughter of Art Linkletter), comedian Lenny Bruce, actor Sal Mineo, actress Inger Stevens, and actor Ramon Novarro were all found dead in their homes, either in or at the mouth of Laurel Canyon, in the decade between 1966 and 1976. While only two of these people are officially listed as murder victims, it is likely that all five were murdered in their Laurel Canyon homes.[23]

Numerous other people connected to Laurel Canyon died during this period, often under very questionable circumstances. The list includes, but is certainly not limited to, all of the following people:

1) Marina Elizabeth Habe, whose body was carved up and tossed into the heavy brush in Laurel Canyon on December 30, 1968;

2) Christine Hinton, a girlfriend of David Crosby, who was killed in a head-on collision on September 30, 1969;

3) Jane Doe #59, a teenage girl who was never identified, found dumped into the heavy undergrowth of Laurel Canyon in November 1969. She had been stabbed 157 times in the chest and throat;

4) Alan Wilson of the Laurel Canyon band, Canned Heat, was found dead on September 3, 1970 at age 27. Wilson had moved to Topanga Canyon after the band’s Laurel Canyon home burned to the ground. Wilson’s former bandmate, Bob Hite, also died of a heart attack at age 36;

5) Brandon DeWilde, a friend of David Crosby and Gram Parsons, died in a freak accident in Colorado on July 6, 1972;

6) Christine Frka, the Zappa family’s former housekeeper, died in her early twenties of an alleged drug overdose;

7) Danny Whitten, who was with Neil Young’s band, Crazy Horse, died of an overdose on November 18, 1972 at age 29;

8) Bruce Berry, a roadie for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, died of a heroin overdose in June 1973;

9) Clarence White, a 29-year-old guitarist who had played with the Byrds, was run over and killed on July 14, 1973;

10) Gram Parsons allegedly overdosed on a speedball on September 19, 1973;

11) Amy Gossage, Graham Nash’s 20-year-old girlfriend, was stabbed to death in her San Francisco home on February 13, 1975;

12) Tim Buckley, a singer/songwriter signed to Frank Zappa’s record label, died of a reported overdose on June 29, 1975;

13) Phyllis Major Browne, the 30-year-old wife of Jackson Browne, reportedly overdosed on barbiturates on March 25, 1976;

14) Cass Elliot died in London at age 32 of heart failure. Some think she died because she knew too much;

15) Judee Sill, who sold a song to the Laurel Canyon band the Turtles and worked on an album in Mike Nesmith’s recording studio, died in November 1979 at age 35;

16) Steve Brandt, a friend of John Phillips, allegedly overdosed on barbiturates in November 1969;

17) Ricky Nelson, who had lived in Laurel Canyon, died in an unusual plane crash on December 31, 1985;

18) John Denver, whose father was a career U.S. Air Force officer, moved to Los Angeles in 1964 and became part of the Laurel Canyon scene. Denver died in 1997 when his self-piloted plane crashed soon after taking off from Monterey Airport;

19) Sonny Bono, who began his Hollywood career as a lieutenant for Phil Spector, died on January 5, 1998, after purportedly skiing into a tree;

20) Phil Hartman, who had substantial ties to the early Laurel Canyon scene, was murdered in his Encino home on May 28, 1998;

21) Lawrence Eugene “Larry” Williams was found dead in his Laurel Canyon home on January 7, 1980, with a gunshot wound to his head;

22) Brian Cole, bass player for the Laurel Canyon band the Association, was found dead on August 2, 1972, of a reported heroin overdose;

23) Lowell George, who had worked with Frank Zappa, died of a heart attack on June 29, 1979 at age 34;

24) Tim Hardin, a Laurel Canyon musician and close associate of Frank Zappa, died of a reported drug overdose on December 29, 1980 at age 39.

Also, as is widely known, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin all died at age 27 under questionable circumstances.[24]

On December 6, 1969, temporary Laurel Canyon residents Mick Jagger and Keith Richards along with permanent Laurel Canyon residents Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young staged a free concert at a desolate speedway known as Altamont. Four people died and another 850 people were injured at this concert. These deaths and injuries were caused mostly by members of the Hell’s Angels, who had ostensibly been hired by the Rolling Stones to provide security. Since it was widely known that the Hell’s Angels was openly hostile to hippies and anti-war activists, the selection of this motorcycle club to provide security was probably done for malicious reasons.[25]


      Many of the Laurel Canyon stars were openly using and dealing illegal substances. The state could have utilized its law enforcement and criminal justice powers to silence many of its most prominent voices. However, that never happened. For example, David Crosby acknowledged that “the DEA could have popped me for interstate transport of dope or dealing lots of times and never did.” John Phillips, who was busted for drug trafficking and thought he would receive a 45-year sentence, served only 24 days in a minimum security prison.[26]

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The state also could have used the draft to silence its war critics. After all, there was a war going on, and hundreds of thousands of young men were being sent to Vietnam. However, none of the Laurel Canyon stars had their careers interrupted by the Vietnam War. The tricks used unsuccessfully by thousands of young men across the country to avoid the draft always seemed to work for the Laurel Canyon crowd.[27]

The state, working hand-in-hand with corporate America, also had the power to prevent the musical icons of the 1960s from ever becoming the megastars they became. The mass media could have easily prevented the entire countercultural movement from getting off the ground since it controlled the channels of communication. Instead, the mass media actively promoted the Laurel Canyon stars.[28] Books such as The Greening of America were even written to promote the ridiculous idea that the new countercultural icons were representatives of an advanced social consciousness.[29]


Vladimir Lenin once stated: “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.”[30] The evidence indicates that the peace movement of the 1960s was not a grass-roots challenge to the Vietnam War. Rather, the “hippie/flower child” movement was a fake opposition that could be easily controlled and led astray. The Laurel Canyon musicians and other leaders of the countercultural movement were typically as much a part of the military/intelligence community as the people they were supposedly opposing.[31]


[1] McGowan, David, Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream, London: Headpress, pp. 11-12.

[2] Ibid., p. 12.

[3] Ibid., p. 13.

[4] Ibid., pp. 15-16.

[5] Ibid., pp. 205-207

[6] Ibid., pp. 16-17.

[7] Ibid., pp. 17-18.

[8] Ibid., p. 19.

[9] Ibid.

[10] Ibid., pp. 19-20.

[11] Ibid., pp. 13-14.

[12] Ibid., pp. 137, 254.

[13] Ibid., p. 20.

[14] Ibid., pp. 55-56.

[15] Ibid., p. 56.

[16] Ibid., pp. 57-58.

[17] Ibid., pp. 85-86.

[18] Ibid., pp. 89-90.

[19] Ibid., pp. 90-92.

[20] Ibid., p. 95.

[21] Ibid., pp. 26-28.

[22] Ibid., pp. 26, 28, 115;

[23] Ibid., pp. 28-29.

[24] Ibid., pp. 30-37, 41-43, 109-118.

[25] Ibid., pp. 179-182.

[26] Ibid., p. 154.

[31] McGowan, David, Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream, London: Headpress, pp. 23-24.

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  1. larryzb says:

    Wow. There is a lot to ponder in the above article.

    My first reaction, early in the reading, was that correlation and coincidence does not necessarily prove causality. But, with all these military family sons going peace-nik and using drugs, one wonders if the drugs were part of a larger mind-control program. (Sirhan Sirhan, the alleged assassin of Robert F, Kennedy in June, 1968, certainly appears to have been such a victim of a mind control program.) And, Timothy Leary, the guru of LSD, is said by some to have been a CIA operative.

    “Typical American kids of the 1950’s. In less than a decade they were spontaneously and organically transformed into…”

    Yes, that caption to the photo gives us pause to wonder: how did this all happen so rapidly, and was it truly an “organic” cultural development? For me, the hedonism that was released on to and among the youth in the 1960s (aka sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll) was an attempt to demoralize (as in take their morale away) them via de-moralizing them (take their morals or moral compass away). Call it what you will – the Deep State, or “the elites” – the powers that be did not want a true rebellion by the youth of the US. They were willing to give them hedonism (and later, legal abortion and societal acceptance of homosexuality)as a way of derailing any serious youthful opposition to the status quo. Controlled opposition, if you will. (The seeds of the so-called Sexual Revolution of the 1960s were sown thirty years previously by the Institute for Social Research, also known as the Frankfurt School (Jewish)).

    As to the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin. . . . Hendrix may have been murdered as there are many details in his death in September, 1970 that do not seem to add up. But, if he was murdered, the motive may have been financial (his life was insured for a significant amount of money and the beneficiary was his record producer, I seem to recall hearing, and Jimi was wanting to quit the music business at the time). Janis Joplin, if we are to believe a relatively recent TV program, died of an accidental overdose caused by an overly rich lot of heroin that was sold by the dealer/pusher at the time. But, others put forth other theories. Morrison’s death is also suspicious. But, when using dangerous drugs, there is a real risk of overdose.

  2. John Wear says:

    Jim Morrison arrived on the Laurel Canyon scene as a fully developed rock star with enough new songs to fill the Doors’ first few albums. How this happened is a complete mystery, since before his sudden incarnation as a singer/songwriter he had never shown the slightest interest in music.

    Morrison had never studied music and could neither read nor write it. By his own account, he never had much interest in even listening to music. Before joining the Doors, he never did any singing and never had a desire to learn to play a musical instrument.

    David McGowan wrote on page 129 of his book:

    “So here we had a guy who had never sang, who had ‘never even conceived’ of the notion that he could open his mouth and make sounds come out, who couldn’t play an instrument and had no interest in learning such a skill, and who had never much listened to music or been anywhere near a band, even just to watch one perform, and yet he somehow emerged, virtually overnight, as a fully formed rock star who would quickly become an icon of his generation. Even more bizarrely, legend hold that he brought with him enough original songs to fill the first few Doors’ albums.”

    In fact, all four members of The Doors lacked any previous band experience. They were just four guys who came together to play the songs written by Jim Morrison, who had a sudden calling and a magical gift for songwriting. In my opinion, this official story is highly suspicious.

  3. WakeyWakey says:

    Very strange. Where’s the logical explanations? There appears to be a dimension these people are operating within which the rest of us remain unaware of. And just for entertainment value and some more intrigue, let’s add some more food for thought:
    “Bob Dyland and the Crossroads”: (2mins)

  4. Bob Bowen says:

    I grew up in the 1940s-50s but never liked what went down in the 1960s. I worked deep inside the federal government in the 1970s and got out of there because I did not like what I saw, and the evil that controlled our country. In recent months/years I have found something that explains a lot of what has taken place the last 60 years or so. Have any of you ever read “The Communist Takeover of America—45 Declared Goals”, which was read on the floor of the U. S. Congress on January 10, 1963 ? Jeff Rense published it on his website recently:

    A great deal of these 45 Goals have already taken place, and they are all very diabolical.

  5. Oh brother... says:

    This is mildly startling, until one reflects on some things…
    1) They were all children of “the Greatest Generation,” who almost universally volunteered for military service during WW-II and/or the Cold War, and then quite a few stayed on…
    2) Intelligence, military or otherwise, and soldiering as a career choice both attract clever psychopaths, intelligence work especially– attract them but then also *value* their “talents” and promote them so that they differentially stay on… In other words, there is a disproportion of psychopaths in this cohort…
    3) children of psychopaths tend to also be psychopaths…
    4) there was another such disproportion in the whole “hippy” thing, which was a giant playground for psychopaths and other repulsive narcissists, and that goes triple for the “rock’n’roll” lifestyle. Jim Morrison was widely recognized as a total psychopath, but I’m sure lots of the others were too, including the “Young Turks.” Hopper, Nicholson, and Peter Fonda all had that stench. “Peace, love, & understanding…” ha ha ha, wot BS! Everybody got to see how ugly they really were when the ’80s rolled around and they all switched to coke and transformed into “the Me Generation.”

    This article has no merit as scholarship. It’s just pure idle speculation. Don’t you see that stuff like this just hands The Enemy another easy way to portray us all as “tin-foil hatters”


  6. Greg Bacon says:

    At least Adm. George Stephen Morrison knew Israel deliberately attacked the USS Liberty and advocated for a military strike on that nation of parasites, which of course, the Shabbos Goy LBJ refused.

  7. Kök Böri says:

    The history of The Beatles is interesting too. Somebody and someway has used those musicians for ultra-left, globalistic and Fabianistic propaganda. See “Communism, hypnotism and the Beatles;: An analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan” by David Noebel.
    It is well known that Elvis Presley, who was a good American patriot, has warned the FBI, and J. Edgar Hoover personally, about the dangerous position of John Lennon.

  8. Tim says:

    Your WW2 work is very good. But this subject is a little more complex and not so cut and dried as McGowan might suggest.

    The Lord(Spirit) works in mysterious ways…

    And the ego attempts damage-control. (Manson).

    “Break on through…”..Baby!!

    “My Kingdom is not of this world…”.

    “The Matrix is a system Neo…” (a system of belief).

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