Lou Adler

Lester Louis Adler is a mind controlled manager, used in the music industry and as a central figure in the Laurel Canyon scene to normalize hedonism, drug abuse and the gay-transgender religion, as part of the cultural marxist program Rock in the CIA controlled psychedelic counterculture of the 60's (Neptune in Scorpio era). Adler=eagle Horus.

He was born in Chicago and raised in Boyle Heights LA.

In 1964 he founded Dunhill Records. He managed Laurel Canyon act Jan and Dean. William Jan's father worked for Howard Hughes (Horus archetype). Dean Torrence played a role in the fake kidnapping of the son of Frank Sinatra, just a couple weeks after the JFK ritual. Their brother Bruce Berry was roadie of Crosby, Stills and Nash and died of an overdose.

He managed The Mama's and The Papa's with John Philips of the Greenwich Village folk sene and Cass Elliott. Cass Elliott's manager was Alan Carr, who also managed Peter Sellers and Tony Curtis and produced Can't Stop the Music of Greenwich Village act Village People. Michelle Gilliam of The Mama's and the Papa's later married Dennis Hopper.

He also managed the Grass Roots with Rob Grill (Hollywood High School).

John Philips was present in Cuba during the Cuban revolution (jesuit Fidel Castro). He lived at Mulholland Drive with Roman Polanski, Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson. The Mamas and the Papas worked with Terry Melcher who had met Charles Manson, lived with Candice Bergen at Cielo Drive, before Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate moved there.

In 1964 he married Shelley Fabares, who used Jan Berry of Jan and Dean as songwriter.

Fabares played in ABC show The Donna Reed Show with Carl Betz (the Nine psyop with Andrija Puharich), Bobby Burgess and Paul Peterson (MK Ultra programming in the Mickey Mouse Club). She also played in MGM movie Girl Happy with Elvis Presly and One Day at a Time with Mackenzie Philips and Valerie Bertinelli. She later married actor Mike Farrell (classmate of Richard Perle at Hollywood High School, Bonanza, NBC show The Monkees). She was the closest friend of Anette Funicello (also Mickey Mouse Club). Funicello had a relationship with Paul Anka (ABC Records).

In 1965 the Mama's and the Papa's version of California Dreamin' of Barry McGuire, released by Dunhill Records/RCA Victor, became a hit.

In 1967 he helped John Philips organizing the Monterey Pop Festival with Haight- Ashbury acts Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, The Who, Simon and Garfunkel (Columbia Records), Ravi Shankar (Esalen), Eric Burdon, Otis Redding, Buffalo Springfield, Jefferson Airplane, and Jimi Hendrix, playing the role of Horus Montu Ra of the Aeon card, letter shin: fire. Owsley Stanley provided LSD. The Monterey Pop Festival served as a rehearsal for the Woodstock ritual.

After selling Dunhill Records to ABC (Disney, later bought by MCA and Universal), he founded Ode Records and signed Peggy Lipton (married to Quincy Jones) and Laurel Canyon act Carol King.

From 1972 he had a relationship with Swedish actress Britt Ekland. She played in Get Carter with Michael Caine (Swinging London project), The Stronger with Marianne Faithfull (Process Church of Manson), Asylum with Peter Cushing and Patrick Magee (A Clockwork Orange), The Wicker Man with Christopher Lee and Diane Cilento (wife of Sean Connery) and a Bond girl in The Man With the Golden Gun.

She was previously married to Peter Sellers and later had relationships with Rod Stewart (Studio 54 scene, Campaign of Nuclear Disarmament of Bertrand Russell) and Phil Lewis (LA Guns).

He opened the Rainbow Bar and Grill at the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, with a bar named Over the Rainbow (dissociation, Wizard of Oz programming). It was promoted by celebrities Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Elton John, Lemmy of Motorhead and Lori Mattix and Pamela Des Barres (underage groupies of Jimmy Page and Mick Jagger). It was previously owned by Vincent Minelli, husband of Judy Garland. According to her mythology, it was the place where Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio met.

In 1973 he opened the Roxy Theatre at the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, with concerts of Neil Young, Genesis, Frank Zappa, Bob Marley, The Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, Richard Pryor, Guns N' Roses, NOFX, Pee Wee Herman and parties with celebrities John Lennon, Harry Nillson, Alice Cooper, Keith Moon (the Who), Jack Nicholson, ...

He married Page Hannah, the sister of Daryl Hannah (relationship with JFK Jr and Laurel Canyon musician Neil Young). Page Hannah appeared in The Apprentice with Donald Trump.


In 1975 he produced the Rocky Horror Picture Show (gay-transgender agenda, finger touch scene of Michelangelo, also used in Rosemary's Baby) for 20th Century Fox, with Tim Curry, transgender Richard O'Brien, Charles Gray (James Bond), Meat Loaf and Susan Sarandon. He collaborated with producer Michael White (Monthy Python films), composer Jonathan King (BBC) and hired the make up artist of David Bowie and Mick Jagger (who temporarily lived with John Philips in London).

In 1976 he pretended to be kidnapped in a media ritual.

He also managed Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong (That 70's Show). Tommy Chong's daughter also went to Hollywood High School. In 1978 he directed Up In Smoke (scene at the Roxy) for Paramount Pictures with Edie Adams (Actors Studio).

In the late 70's he bought the Wiskhy A Go Go, used to launch the career of The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, AC/DC, Van Halen (Eddie Van Halen), Guns 'n' Roses, No Doubt,..

In 1981 he produced Shock Treatment with Ruby Wax, Rik Mayall, Charles Gray, Barry Humpfries.

In 1982 he directed Ladies and Gentleman The Fabulous Stains with Paul Cook and Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), Paul Simonon (The Clash), Diane Lane, Laura Dern.

He produced the music of Carole King for movie Murphy's Romance with Sally Field and Corey Haim.

His son Cisko Adler worked for Atlantic and Geffen. He managed Hip Hop artist Shwayze (collaborated with Snoop Dogg, who had an Up In Smoke tour with Dr Dre) and worked with The Internet (gay agenda).

born 12/13/1933, date Christopher Plummer, Steve Buscemi, Mary Todd Lincoln, Jamie Foxx, James Holmes, Taylor Swift, year of birth Roman Polanski, in Chicago.

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