Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan New York, used by the CIA for a mind control project (green wich appears in Wizard of Oz, London on Greenwich meridian) to push the gay agenda and to create the hippie counterculture of the 60's (like projects in Laurel Canyon, Haight-Ashbury, Chelsea London). It contains New York University and The New School.

It is located next to East Village, Soho and Chelsea. Like the Twin Towers, the Washington Arch at the foot of 5th Avenue , represents the Royal Arch of freemasonry with its twin pillars. 5th Avenue contains properties of the Vanderbilts and Donald Trump.

New York University was established in 1831 (alumni Alan Greenspan, Martin Scorcese, Spike Lee, Angelina Jolie, Lady Gaga, Alec Baldwin, Ang Lee, Suzanne Collins, Anne Hathaway).

Mabel Dodge moved to Greenwich Village in 1912 and worked with Margaret Sanger, Walter Lippmann, Max Eastman, Bill Haywood (Socialist Party of America), John Reed and Emma Goldman.

As patrons of the art scene Beatrice Wood and the Arensberg family created the fake anti establishment anti-art movement Dada in 1915, centered in Greenwich Village with artists Edgard Varèse and Marcel Duchamps. The Dada trend was spread in collaboration with the art scene of Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich (Hugo Ball, part of the Monte Verita community with Carl Jung, Francis Picabia, marxist Henri Lefebrve) and Paris (Gertrude Stein gay-lesbian agenda, friend of the Roosevelts), Daniel Wildenstein sold art to Rockefeller and Mellon family), Julius Evola in Italy.

Dada was against logic and reason, considered an infantile state of Dionysian madness as ideal, worked towards the collapse of Western civilization (nihilism announced by Friedrich Nietzsche).

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (S&B, Bohemian Club) and rosicrucian family Rosenberg of Bohemia spread so-called Bohemian culture (Leonce Rosenberg and brother Paul Rosenberg represented Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and Henri Matisse).

It was the era of futurism, expressionism and cubism, the beginning of the Aeon of Horus the child. André Breton (The New School) wrote the Surrealist Manifesto, based on theories of Freud and Marx, started the surrealist movement with Man Ray (Montparnasse scene of Alice Prin) and Salvador Dali.

George Gurdjieff took his dancers to Greenwich Village in 1924. He was also the teacher of Jane Heap (The Little Review with Ezra Pound, TS Eliot, Emma Goldman, Marcel Duchamp, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, André Breton, Gertrude Stein).

The surrealist trend continued in the cut up style of the Beatniks and absurdism of Frank Zappa (Laurel Canyon). Terry Southern moved from Paris to Greenwich Village in 1953.

Max Eastman spread the doctrine of leftism in Greenwich Village with socialist magazine The Masses and The Liberator with sister feminist Crystal Eastman (NYU), who co-founded the American Civil Liberties Union with Roger Nash Baldwin. The Liberator published Ernest Hemingway and John Dos Passos. Dos Passos and Eastman later became members of CIA front American Committee for Cultural Freedom (with Greenwich Village artist Jackson Pollock).

Norman Mailer founded the Village Voice (contributions of jesuit Michael Harrington).

The Village Gate was opened in 1958 (Edgard Varèse, Knight of Malta Miles Davis, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, Jimi Hendrix, Woody Allen, Nina Simone, Velvet Underground). Lighting engineer Chip Monk was used during the Woodstock festival.

Gerdie's Folk City was opened in 1960. It promoted Peter Singer (affiliated with Harry Hay), Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Phil Ochs, The Byrds, The Mama's and the Papa's, Joni Mitchell, ..

Columbia Records promoted the Village folk scene (created in Boston with Joan Baez and Paul Rothschild) of Bob Dylan, Izzy Young (Folklore Center), Joan Baez, The Weavers (both signed to Vanguard of Solomon brothers, Village Vanguard club). It was based on old folk songs compiled by Woody Guthrie, Peter Seeger and Harry Hay.

Dylan's music was produced John Hammond Vanderbilt Sloane (S&B family, cousin of William Sloane) and used as anthems for the Civil Rights Movement (puppets of Columbia University) and the counterculture of the 60's (the Left Wing Church). The ACLU pushed the gay and pedophilia agenda of Harry Hay.

Timothy Leary founded the LSD based meditation center League of Spiritual Discovery in the Village with Nina Gabroi and other CIA agents of the Esalen Institute like Abraham Maslow, Alan Watts, Richard Alpert, jesuit Jean Houston (advisor Hilary Clinton).

Wavy Gravy, who lived with Bob Dylan, performed at the Gaslight Café. Dylan and Jimi Hendrix performed at the Café Wha.

Greenwich Village was used to push the gay agenda with Beatniks Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso-Colonna and William Burroughs in gay bars Julius (Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams), Pony Stable In and Stonewall Inn, run by the Genovese mafia. The Stonewall Inn was used in a media ritual with fake riots in 1969, after the death of Judy Garland, with the rainbow of Wizard of Oz, as symbol of the Luciferian sodomy religion.

From 1971 Merce Cunningham Dance Company was located in Greenwich Village.

Craig Rodwell (relationship with Harvey Milk) organized the first NY Gay Pride march. He was a member of the Mattachine Society (based on freemasonry) of marxist Harry Hay, a fan of Aleister Crowley who also pushed the pedophilia agenda with NAMBLA. Universal Records created gay band Village People during the disco trend (Victor Willis also appeared in The Wiz with Michael Jackson and Diana Ross).

The Village People were used in YMCA propaganda and a film of Lew Grade (ITC, The Prisoner about The Village). Richard Pryor, Woody Allen and Joan Rivers were used in the Greenwich Village comedy scene. Blue Note opened its jazz club in 1981.

Greenwich Village played a role in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, full of Wizard of Oz symbolism.

Greenwich Village in pop culture

1954 Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock James Stewart Grace Kelly

The cover picture of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.

In DC Comic Wonder Woman, Diana Prince lives in Greenwich Village.

1967 Barefoot in the Park (pose of the Fool) Robert Redford Jane Fonda

1972 Fritz the Cat (animation) Robert Crumb (Zap Comics) Ralph Bakshi (jewish, Mighty Mouse, JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings) Skip Hinnant (The Patty Duke Show) Rosetta LaNoire Manuel Perez (Warner Bros Cartoons, Hanna-Barbera, Journey Back to Oz) Dick Lundy (Disney, creator of Donald Duck) gang rape by a lizard (like Rosemary's Baby) produced Steve Grantz (Heavy Traffic with Samuel Z Arkoff) Jerry Gross (blaxploitation movies with Melvin van Peebles) music of Fantasy Records (Frank Zappa related Lenny Bruce) of Max and Sol Weiss.

1976 Next Stop, Greenwich Village  Shelley Winters (The New School) Christopher Walken

1989 When Harry Met Sally  Billy Crystal  Meg Ryan (also in movie about Laurel Canyon band The Doors)

Kids Larry Clark Rosario Dawson

1995 Friends  Jennifer Aniston Courteney Cox David Schwimmer

Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney, close to Gay Street) Selena Gomez

2007 No ReservationsAaron Eckhart Catherine Zeta-Jones

2007 I Am Legend Will Smith Alice Braga

2007 August Rush Robin Williams Freddie Highmore

2012 Wanderlust Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston

2013 Inside Llewyn Davis Justin Timberlake  John Goodman is set in the folk scene of the 60's.

Main actors:

- Aleister Crowley (MI6, HOGD, OTO)
- Allen Ginsberg (Beatniks with Jack Kerouac, trained at The New School)
- Anderson Cooper (son of Gloria Vanderbilt, CNN)
- Andy Warhol
- Anna Wintour (Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, The Met)
- Audre Lorde (gay agenda)
- Barbara Pierce Bush (Pauline Pierce friend of Crowley, mother George W Bush S&B)
- Bob Dylan

- Brian de Palma
- Buddy Holly (plane crash)
- Charlie Parker
- Crystal Eastman (sister of Max Eastman, founded the American Civil Liberties Union)
- Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)
- David Blue (Elektra, Asylum like Laurel Canyon band The Doors)
- Dustin Hoffman (lived next to members of the Weather Underground)
- Ed Koch (NYU, Mayor of NY from 1978 to 1989, friend of Roy Cohn)
- Edgar Allan Poe (Sgt Pepper's cover)
- Edgard Varèse
- Edward Norton
- Edward Wallowitch (boyfriend of Andy Warhol)
- Emma Stone
- Eugene O'Neill Sr (playwright used by John Frankenheimer, son S&B, daughter married Charlie Chaplin, treated at Bellevue)
- George Soros
- Gregory Corso (Colonna, Beatnik, Harvard University under Archibald MacLeash S&B)
- Jackson Pollock (Abstract Expressionism, ACCF)
- James Baldwin
- James Spader (movie Stargate with Kurt Russell)
- Jessica Chastain
- Joan Rivers
- Jimi Hendrix
- John Lennon
- Joseph Campbell and Jean Erdman
- Judy Collins (Vanguard and Elektra Records, worked with Leonard Cohen)
- Julia Roberts
- Julianne Moore
(Boogie Nights about Wonderland Laurel Canyon murders)
- Lee Hays (the Weavers, People's Songs with OTO member and pedophilia advocate Harry Hay, Civil Rights Movement anthem We Shall Overcome, also covered by Joan Baez)
- Leonardo di Caprio

- Lenny Bruce (comedy club Village Gate, also part of Laurel Canyon scene, friend of Paul Krassner of YIP, posthumous material released by Frank Zappa)
- Liv Tyler
- Lou Reed (student of Delmore Schwartz, Velvet Underground, Andy Warhol as manager)
- Marc Jacobs (The New School, gay agenda, the fashion industry)
- Marcel Duchamp
- Mark Twain
- Maurice Evans (Planet of the Apes)
- Max Eastman (The Liberator, ACCF, artist colony of Huntington Hartford, brother of Crystal Eastman of ACLU)
- Maya Angelou (the Black Church with MLK)
- Merce Cunningham
- Miles Davis (Order of Malta)
- Nina Simone
- Norman Mailer (Village Voice, RESIST with Allen Ginsberg, William Coffin Sloane S&B, Progressive Citizens of America, acted in Ragtime of Milos Forman, treated at Bellevue Hospital after stabbing his wife)
- Peter Seeger (the Weavers, Civil Rights Movement We Shall Overcome, Progressive Citizens of America with Henry Wallace)
- Peter Tork (The Monkees, movie Head with Frank Zappa)
- Phil Ochs (also active in the Laurel Canyon scene, signed to Elektra and A&M, CIA agent alter ego, father treated with electroshocks, YIP with Abbie Hoffman, suicide in 1976)
- Richie Havens (Woodstock, Verve Records)
- Robert de Niro (The Godfather with The New School alumni Marlon Brando and Mario Puzo)
- Robert Downey Jr (Black and White with Bijou Philips of Laurel Canyon scene)
- Salvador Dali (Rothschild parties with Grace Kelly)
- Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex and the City)
- Sean Parker (Facebook)
- Susan Sarandon
- Taylor Swift
- Terry Southern
- Tom Forçade (High Times)
- Truman Capote
- Uma Thurman (Timothy Leary as godfather)
- Weather Underground (Cathlyn Bourodin, Cathy Wilkerson, Students for a Democratic Society of Walter Lippman, Bernardine Dohrn on the board of ACLU)
- William Burroughs (junkie lifestyle of Crowley, gay agenda)

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