Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton is a mind controlled Monarch slave-singer-actress (doll programming), used in the music industry (RCA Victor), and the Hollywood movie industry, as part of the cultural marxist program Country music to play the role of moon goddess Diana. She was raised in Tennessee. She posed for Playboy. The cloned sheep Dolly (media ritual in 1996) was named after her. Her sister was a member of the Church of God (Paul Walker, Marcus Lamb).

Her sister Stella Parton signed to Elektra Records.

She was promoted on the Porter Wagoner tv show where she replaced Norma Jean (real name of Marilyn Monroe. She covered To Know him is to Love him by Phil Spector.

The logo of her theme park Dollywood in Pigeon Forge Tennessee also contains a Monarch butterfly. The park contains a museum Chasing Rainbows (dissociation, Wizard of Oz programming).

Charles Koppelman's The Entertainment Company also produced for Barbara Streisand, Cher and Diana Ross.

She was used to normalise plastic surgery on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She pushed the vaccination agenda of Moderna during the Covid19-ritual.

Astrological chart

born 1/19/1946, date Janis Joplin, Mac Miller, Katey Sagal.

Asc: Virgo, mc: Gemini. Dom: Capricorn (the Devil), Virgo, Gemini - Uranus, Mercury, Venus.

Houses 5, 11, 10. 5: Sun and Venus in Capricorn, 11: Saturn conj Mars in Cancer, Pluto in Leo, 10: Uranus in Gemini.

Discography and filmography

1967 Hello, I'm Dolly Monument Records
1968 Just Between You and Me (with Porter Wagoner) RCA Victor
1968 Just Because I'm a Woman
1968 Just the Two of Us (with Porter Wagoner)
1969 In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
1969 Always, Always (with Porter Wagoner)
1969 My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
1970 The Fairest of Them All
1970 Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca (with Porter Wagoner)
1970 Once More (with Porter Wagoner)
1971 Two of a Kind (with Porter Wagoner)
1971 The Golden Streets of Glory
1971 Joshua
1971 Coat of Many Colors
1972 The Right Combination • Burning the Midnight Oil (with Porter Wagoner)
1972 Touch Your Woman
1972 Together Always (with Porter Wagoner)
1972 My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner
1973 We Found It (with Porter Wagoner)
1973 My Tennessee Mountain Home
1973 Love and Music (with Porter Wagoner)
1973 Bubbling Over
1974 Jolene
1974 Porter 'n' Dolly (with Porter Wagoner)
1974 Love Is Like a Butterfly (Monarch butterfly programming)
1975 The Bargain Store
1975 Say Forever You'll Be Mine (with Porter Wagoner)
1975 Dolly
1976 All I Can Do
1977 New Harvest...First Gathering
1977 Here You Come Again (alter ego's)
1978 Heartbreaker
1979 Great Balls of Fire
1980 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
1980 Porter & Dolly (with Porter Wagoner)
1980 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs
1980 9 to 5 Jane Fonda Lily Tomlin (gay agenda) Sterling Hayden
1982 Heartbreak Express
1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Burt Reynolds Dom DeLuise Universal Pictures
1983 Burlap & Satin
1984 Rhinestone Dolly Parton
1984 The Great Pretender
1984 Once Upon a Christmas (with Kenny Rogers)
1985 Real Love
1986 A Smoky Mountain Christmas ABC Lee Majors Dan Hedaya
1987 Trio with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt (Laurel Canyon, Herb Cohen as manager)
1987 Rainbow (Wizard of Oz programming) Columbia Records
1988 Dolly ABC guests Bruce Willis Oprah Winfrey
1989 White Limozeen
1989 Steel Magnolias Julia Roberts Shirley MacLaine Daryl Hannah Tom Skerritt
1990 Home for Christmas
1991 Eagle When She Flies
1992 Straight Talk James Woods Michael Madsen Spalding Gray Disney
1993 Slow Dancing with the Moon
1993 Honky Tonk Angels (with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette)
1993 The Beverly Hillbillies Erika Eleniak Lea Thompson Cloris Leachman Rob Schneider Lily Tomlin Zsa Zsa Gabor Penelope Spheeris screenplay by Mark Rosenthal
1995 Something Special
1996 Treasures
1998 Hungry Again
1999 Trio II (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
1999 Precious Memories
1999 The Grass Is Blue Sugar Hill/Blue Eye Records
2000 Bette CBS Bette Middler
2001 Little Sparrow
2002 Halos & Horns
2002 Frank McClusky Chyna (WWF of McMahons) Tracy Morgan Disney
2003 For God and Country
2005 Those Were the Days
2006 Hannah Montana Disney Channel Miley Cyrus
2008 Backwoods Barbie
2011 Better Day
2011 Gnomeo and Juliet Michael Caine Ozzy Ozbourne Hulk Hogan
2012 Joyful Noise Queen Latifah Keke Palmer Kris Kristofferson
2014 Blue Smoke
2015 Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors (rainbow programming) NBC Alyvya Alyn Lind as Dolly Parton
2016 Pure & Simple
2017 I Believe in You (Monarch butterfly) RCA Nashville
2020 A Holly Dolly Christmas
2022 Run, Rose, Run

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