Haight-Ashbury

Haight-Ashbury was a CIA controlled neighborhood in San Francisco, used in the Beatniks movement of the 50's and fake hippie counter-culture of the 60's, in alliance with similar projects in Laurel Canyon, Greenwich Village.

The CIA project in Haight-Ashbury started in the 50's as a center for the Beatnik poets (Beats=Saturn the Beast). It is close to the Presidio army base where Paul Tate (the father of Sharon Tate), James Ketchum and later Michael Aquino worked. Ketchum participated in LSD experiments of Edgewood Arsenal

In the 1966 the first head shops were opened to sell marijuana and LSD as a continuation of the drug research of Bluebird, Artichoke and MK Ultra (Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert at Harvard). Anton LaVey founded the Church of Satan on 4/30/1966 in his black house in San Francisco.

The Diggers collective, named after a British communist collective, was created with Peter Coyote, who opened free stores. According to the official narrative, at one of their events, Crowley-follower Kenneth Anger met Bobby Beausoleil who moved in with Anger in his house at Alamo Square. The Diggers were also in contact with Abbie Hoffman.

Bands were created to invent the San Francisco sound:

- Grateful Dead (Ron McKernan, Bob Weir of Bohemian Club, Robert Hunter, mind controlled with MK Ultra and Scientology of Ron Hubbard, Warner Bros Records, Alan Trist, son of Eric Trist of Tavistock)
- Big Brother and the Holding Company (concept of George Orwell, produced by Bob Shad, grandfather of Hollywood director Judd Apatow) with Janis Joplin
- Jefferson Airplane (jesuit Paul Kantner, friend of Aquino, Grace Slick, jesuit trained daughter, jesuit Jorma Kaukonen)

They were promoted by the Hearst controlled San Francisco Chronicle and by Bill Graham (jewish) in clubs the Fillmore, The Matrix (concept of gnosticism, oracle in movie The Matrix) and Avalon Ballroom (King Arthur symbolism). Scott McKenzie made the song Flowers in Your Hair.

The motorcycle gang Hell's Angels (name movie Howard Hughes) gained prominence in the hippie scene and launched the career of writer Hunter S Thompson.

January 1967 Michael Bowen organised the Human Be-In in Golden Gate Park (astrological golden gate symbolism) with jesuit Timothy Leary (who used the phrase 'tune in, tune out, drop out' of jesuit media guru Marshall McLuhan), Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder (Esalen), Lenore Kandel (The New School, Kenneth Anger movie with Anton LaVey, Mick Jagger and Manson follower Bobby Beausoleil), Alan Watts.

Bowen was a friend of Samson de Brier (Kenneth Anger movie with Marjorie Cameron). LSD was supplied by Owsley Stanley (Laurel Canyon). It was given media coverage by Time magazine, CBS and The New York Times (Hunter S Thompson). Music was provided by Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service (cult of Mercury), Blue Cheer.

David Smith opened the Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic in june 1967. James Ketchum  worked at the clinic for Stanford University. Their benefit concerts were organised by Bill Graham, Chet Helms and hippie commune Family Dog. They managed the San Francisco scene with clubs the Fillmore and Winterland Ballroom, promoted by San Francisco Chronicle of Hearst (who coined the term hippie).

In june the Monterey Pop Festival was organised by John Philips and Lou Adler (Laurel Canyon) with Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, The Who, Ravi Shankar (Esalen), Eric Burdon and the Animals (Laurel Canyon). Rolling Stone magazine was founded with Ralph Gleeson of Hearst newspaper San Francisco Chronicle and Hunter Thompson.

RCA Victor released the Jefferson Airplane single White Rabbit (Alice in Wonderland mind control) from their album Surrealistic Pillow.

The Summer of Love celebrated Babalon -Love as counterforce for Horus, the god of war. Mary Brunner and Charles Manson conceived the child Michael Valentine Smith, named after Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land.

The comics of Robert Crumb (father US Marine Corp) were published in Zap Comics (Gilbert Shelton of the Freak Brothers was a friend of Janis Joplin) of Don Donahue and Beatnik Charles Plymell and Help! magazine (feminist Gloria Steinem, Woody Allen, Terry Gilliam) of Harvey Kurtzman (jewish,  Sherman like the Sherman brothers, Christian Science) who worked for Mad, Playboy, and at School of Visual Arts..

The Grateful Dead played at the fake student protests at Columbia University (the Left Wing Church) with members of the Weather Underground.

Jefferson Airplane also played at Woodstock and the Altamont free concert.

In 1968 fake protests and peace marches are organised at the Presidio, where the fathers of both Sharon Tate and Abigail Folger worked in military intelligence. The same year the newspapers of Hearst orchestrated the Zodiac Killer media ritual.

Janis Joplin's last album, produced by Paul Rothschild (Laurel Canyon band The Doors) contained the song Mercedes Benz, the car of Diana's car crash. Joplin died of a heroin overdose in october 1970. Apex Novelties, the publisher of Zap Comix, published material of the CIA front Symbionese Liberation Army (media ritual with Patty Hearst). San Francisco was also the home of the Process Church of Last Judgement and the cult of Jim Jones.

Peter Coyote played in Steven Spielberg's E.T. about a Moonchild in 1982, year of Diana's son William. Bill Graham died in a helicopter crash in 1991. His grandson was educated at Liberty University of Jerry Falwell (Unification Church).

Main actors

- Allen Ginsberg (jewish)
- Bill Graham (jewish, City College of NY, Hollywood movie Bugsey with Anette Benning, Ben Kingsley, Harvey Keitel)
- David Smith
- Chet Helms
- Country Joe McDonald (lived in house with Janis Joplin, his daughter Seven managed the Viper Room of Johnny Depp and the Smashing Pumpkins and wrote for HarperBazaar of Hearst)
- Grace Slick (Castilleja School like Josie Maran and Penny Pritzker, Jefferson Airplane)
- Hunter S Thompson
- James Ketchum 
- Janis Joplin (Club of 27, managed by Albert Grossman who also managed Greenwich Village singer Bob Dylan and Chet Helms, contact with Leonard Cohen and jesuit William Bennett, heroin overdose)
- Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead)
- Jimi Hendrix (Club of 27, Heinrich James as manager, friend of Laurel Canyon singer Eric Burdon)
- John Kahn (Marilyn Monroe as babysitter, heroin overdose in 1996)
- Michael Bowen (father of Hollywood actor Michael Bowen Jr, related to OTO family of David Carradine)
- Peter Bourne (studied antropology at Stanford, Civil Rights Movement, Free Clinic, WHO, UN)
- Peter Coyote (E.T. of Steven Spielberg)
- Ralph Gleason
- Robert Crumb (Zap Comix)
- Saul Landau (San Francisco Mime Troup, Institute for Policy Studies of Marcus Raskin, aide of McGeorge Bundy S&B)

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