Woodstock

Woodstock was a music festival and publicity stunt of the media (The NY Times) from 8/15 to 8/17/1969 (6 days after the 911 Sharon Tate ritual) in Bethel New York with mind controlled singers and puppets of the music industry to normalise 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, everything is permitted doctrine of the Left Wing Church).

Most acts also played at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, organised by John Philips and Lou Adler.

It served as the blueprint of the summer festivals like Glastonbury with camping facilities (globalised pop culture of manipulation by mass media in the Age of Aquarius).

Organiser Michael Lang was also the organiser of the 1968 Pop and Underground Festival with Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, John Lee Hooker and Arthur Brown. He released music of Betty Davis, the wife of Eric Clapton and Miles Davis who was part of the Greenwich Village folk scene.

Lang also helped organising the Altamont Free Concert with the Hell's Angels and The Rolling Stones, wich served as a dark counterpart of the Woodstock festival.

His Michael Lang Organisation worked with Snoop Dogg, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alicia Keys, Christina Aguilera, ..

Its poster contained a white dove symbol of the Holy Spirit, also in the emblem of the OTO. It was a religious gathering in anticipation of the birth of a Christ figure (year after Rosemary's Baby with Mia Farrow as Rosemary Woodhouse).

The farm used as location was owned by Max Yasgur (NYU). Woodstock was the place of residence of Bob Dylan.

The security was in the hands of hippie commune Hog Farm of Wavy Gravy (with Dianne Lake of Manson Family). Wavy Gravy was one of the Merry Pranksters of Ken Kesey with Stewart Brand (Global Business Network that worked with the Rockefeller Foundation), Paul Krassner and the Grateful Dead.

Elliot Tiber (leftist institute The New School) was used to push the gay agenda during the Stonewall Riots.

The festival was opened by yoga guru Swami Satchidananda (interfaith movement, new world religion). He studied with Sri Aurobindo, worked with Peter Max (Art Students League of NY) and Alice Coltrane, released an album with Columbia Records and opened a yoga institute in San Francisco, where he was accused of sexual abuse.

The camping represented Sukkot (festival of tabernacles). Food shortages were organised as a social experiment. LSD was distributed as a continuation of the mind control research of MK Ultra.

Lighting designer Chip Monk worked at The Village Gate in Greenwich Village and the Apollo Theater in Harlem and the publicity stunt of Muhammad Ali in Congo.

Jimi Hendrix played an electric guitar version of the Star Spangled Banner as iconic moment of the 60's.

Joni Mitchell released the song Woodstock (1970).

It was the subject of Warner Bros propaganda Woodstock (1970), edited by Martin Scorcese and Thelma Schoonmaker (Columbia University, NYU), wich won an Oscar for Documentary Feature.

In 1979 a Woodstock Reunion was organised.

In 1999 Woodstock '99 was organised in Rome NY with Rage Against the Machine, James Brown, George Clinton, Limp Bizkit, Insane Clown Posse, Red Hot Chili Peppers with live coverage of MTV.

Eugene Levy played Max Yasgur in Taking Woodstock (2008) of Ang Lee with Demetri Martin as Elliot Tiber, Emile Hirsch (Jay Sebring in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Liev Schreiber and Paul Dano.

In 2009 a 40th anniversary event was organised.

Acts

Arlo Guthrie (son of Woody Guthrie who worked with OTO member and gay activist Harry Hay, ties to the Jewish Defense League)
Bert Sommer (Capitol Records, musical Hair)
Blood, Sweat and Tears
Canned Heat (Laurel Canyon)
Country Joe and the Fish (house with Janis Joplin, Avalon Ballroom, Monterey Pop Festival)
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Crosby Stills Nash & Young (Laurel Canyon)
Grateful Dead
Janis Joplin (Club of 27, Columbia Records)


Jefferson Airplane (jesuit Paul Kantner)
Jimi Hendrix (Club of 27, also headliner of Isle of Wight festival in 1970, band Gypsy Sun and Rainbows=Wizard of Oz programming)
Joan Baez (Civil Rights Movement)
Joe Cocker (Isle of Wight festival)
Melanie (Columbia, Buddha Records)
Paul Butterfield
Ravi Shankar (Esalen)
Richie Havens (Greenwich Village, Verve Records, Bob Dylan's manager Albert Grossman)
Santana (album Abraxas=god in gnosticism)
Sly and the Family Stone (Epic Records, cocain and PCP addiction)
Sweetwater (Reprise Records)
The Who (Swinging London) with appearance of Abbie Hoffman (student of cultural marxist Herbert Marcuse)
Tim Hardin (heroin overdose in 1980)
Wavy Gravy

Richie Havens, Joe Cocker and Crosby, Stills & Nash all covered songs of The Beatles (used in the programming of Charles Manson).

the Music Industry

Cultural marxism

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