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The Laurel Canyon Conspiracy

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posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 11:19 PM
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There was a great deal going on behind the scenes. A war within a war.
The amazing reality is, if it was all fabricated, how did such amazing and magical music
seep out? Was it an unforseen byproduct?

It appears that The Artists were the most creative of the lot during this Social Engineering
Project.

I'll pick up a copy and read it sometime, with a grain of salt as always.
A mans got to be worth his salt, no?
S&F

edit on 16-7-2012 by Wildmanimal because: typo




posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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This is all too much for me, parts of my world are unhinging!
edit on 16-7-2012 by zonetripper2065 because: (no reason given)


Wow, I hear you...me too....I had made the connection between Hollywood, The Music Industry and what I will call the illumanati......but this is too wierd, I grew up in the San Fernando Valley, very close to Laurel Canyon and actually Frank Zappa's wife, and other celebs shopped in my Mom's store when I was a kid......

Apprently I grew up in the "porn" capitol of CA...right next door.....to "Satan's Playground".....OMG....
I have heard before that many "stars" are groomed and maninulated from an early age, and was aware of mind control and satanic "forces" involved, but this is just too much....I have also heard that these "wackos" conducting experiments on children in these government experiments would use thier own children, I had no idea how inter-connected it actually all seems to be.

The very thought that the millitary complex is actually the "King" of Rock n' Roll is just too disturbing to wrap my mind around......



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by BASSPLYR

2. Laurel Canyon is sorta creepy. It's dark has tall steep hillsides that let in little light. It's windy and whimsical. But the trees look half sick and overgrown. There's something I never really liked about that canyon. As if there was something wrong with it. It's interesting because the other side of the canyon where it feeds into the "Valley" of los angeles has a totally different feel. It's clean and friendly feeling. But I always got the impression that there was something wrong with the south side of the canyon thats famous for being Laurel Canyon.


I am glad to know that I am not the only one who found Laurel Canyon kind of creepy. It does feel like there is something wrong there. I always thought that was because the people who used to live there were really into the occult and other similiar things. Maybe they left some stuff behind. The rest of LA and the Valley is light and airy, but not Laurel Canyon.

There is some very interesting architecture there, or there used to be, that had occult symbols and other stuff, but it was not obvious. I think there are some pictures in the LC series.

Used to drive into the city from the Valley every day, and I always preferred to drive Benedict Canyon rather than LC. It took an hour and a half to drive twelve miles, only in LA. I do not miss the commute.

I loved the Laurel Canyon series, but I can see how some things are kind of reaching or connecting things that may not have been connected. Maybe that is why Dave McGowan named it The strange but mostly true story of Laurel Canyon...



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 12:53 AM
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i think it has always been done like this, infiltrations and misleadment. disinfo and deorientation to create confusion among opposing movements, and factions.

happens everywhere and all the time. typical inteligence operation. divide and conquer.

nice thread OP



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 01:01 AM
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Great thread! After I read the LC series, I wanted to know more, so I found this movie called Mondo Hollywood. It has some of the people from the Laurel Canyon scene in it.

Warning, it is kind of "out there", as it is about the sixties. I enjoyed watching it, time well spent. However, some may find it bizarre, but that is what makes it interesting.

Mondo Hollywood



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 01:41 PM
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Yes...when I think "conspiracy" or "military-industrial complex" the very first people that come to mind are David Crosby, Frank Zappa, and Jim Morrison.

And in other news...Jerry Garcia killed JFK, Janis Joplin helped develop the SR-71 Blackbird, and Stevie Nicks is secretly in charge of the entire might of the US military's space-based weapon systems.

Seems plausible.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 01:53 PM
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interesting post, better look deeper into it.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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Yeah Benadict Canyon is a pretty commute. Remember that huge white modern looking mansion there right on the corner of Mulholland and Benadict. Sitting in traffic looking at that thing def. did not suck. Last time I checked whoever lives there has a mini kit built/or bought personal helicopter and multiple exotic cars in the driveway. Got to go to a party there once. THe insides pretty sweet too. Benedicts less busy than Beverly Glen/Coldwater. You are right about the architecture on some of the houses there in Laurel Canyon and surrounding areas. Occasionally you will find weird occult looking engravings on some of the houses.

As far as occult going on in Laurel Canyon. I wouldn't doubt it. I used to live up Outpost Canyon. Investigating into my house up there (we suspected it was haunted) and we found out that some of the native americans that were living in the area stayed away from Outpost Canyon. Said it was a vortex or portal. I don't doubt that Laurel Canyon might even have some of the same stuff going on. THat being said, the view from Lookout Mt where it turns into Sunset Plaza st. Is stunning, especially at night with the whole city lit up. The minute you hit Mulholland going north Laurel Canyon seems to lighten up and feel less creepy. Turn onto Mulholland and the creepy-ness fades even more.

I enjoy walking around the hills in that area, but will stay away from LC. It's like why go there. What musicians see in the place is a mystery to me.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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Hi Bass, did you happen to complete the video I posted yesterday? What did you think? Mind blown or what?



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 03:39 PM
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Interesting theory but I wouldn't put much stock in it myself. I don't think there's any more of a conspiracy in LC than any other posh neighborhood in LA. I think the last thing F. Zappa would ever do is become a gov shill. The cny reminds me a lot of the Haight & Ashbury district. Lot's of people in the film and music industry call and have called LC home but I don't see much of a conspiracy directly related to LC. It is a very diverse area though.

I spent a good amount of time in LC back in the 80's, hanging at various homes in the cyn. Hung out a lot at Errol Flyn's old mansion which is referred to as "The Mansion" to the locals and some believe to be haunted. I believe Rick Rubens (music producer) still owns it and uses for his recording studio. Had some musician friends that lived there back in the day. Maybe I'm weird but I like the south side of the canyon and had a lot of good times there. There was a guy that use to broadcast radio signal in the cyn, only the people in the cyn could get. We would go there occasionally on Fri and Sat nights and play DJ, it was very low key and he would let people spin records, play and say what ever they wanted to. The "Houdini" house held a few parties that I barley remember, it was very rundown and surprisingly not condemned. LC also had some of the best pizza I ever had at Coyotes which was next to the general store. I think it has changed names since but that was some good chow. Wow what a flashback this threads been.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Does this mean that George W. Bush really was the Texas Enema Bandit? LMAO



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 04:43 PM
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Got about halfway through when wrk interrupted me. I'm still trying to digest all I've watched so far about the Franklin case. I'll post more when I can finish it. Probably later tonight.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 04:52 PM
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Originally posted by milominderbinder
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Yes...when I think "conspiracy" or "military-industrial complex" the very first people that come to mind are David Crosby, Frank Zappa, and Jim Morrison.

And in other news...Jerry Garcia killed JFK, Janis Joplin helped develop the SR-71 Blackbird, and Stevie Nicks is secretly in charge of the entire might of the US military's space-based weapon systems.

Seems plausible.


LOL...too funny.

I think most people who believe in this even just a little discount one factor - talent. I am referring to the OP content and not any side stories.

Regarding Jim Morrison, there were other members of that band AND they or at least one other (not sure) wrote their music and lyrics...from Wikipedia:


Robert Alan "Robby" Krieger (born January 8, 1946) is an American rock guitarist and songwriter. He was the guitarist in The Doors, and wrote some of the band's best known songs, including "Light My Fire", "Love Me Two Times", "Touch Me", and "Love Her Madly".


And he wrote others as well so right there that puts a kink in the story. Getting back to talent, could just be these people grew up with a little more discipline to learn than most others would. Some, if not all. like members of the doors and Zappa were accomplished and classically trained musicians. Makes sense that they would become musicians.

Hell, Jim Morrison is one of the top three male vocalists of all time.

Also, i dont see what the benefit of this conspiracy would be. Yes, the wrote good music but the same can be said for so many others. If you took music from the 60s and 70s and just picked out the masterpieces you would spend years listening 24\7 or maybe even lifetimes.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 07:27 PM
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I agree. Especially the government using two opposing movements against each other. I heard something about this Laurel Canyon thing before, but that nut job Charles Manson gets a lot of play. I have to admit it is interesting, and it side tracked me. There was recently something in the news about one of those Manson murderers. I don't think that story will go away until all those people die.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 09:16 PM
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This is way out there man but it seems plausible. My take is that I blame the merry pranksters,and ken kesey administering lsd to anything that moved.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 06:09 AM
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Fantastic, fascinating thread. Many thanks.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 06:17 AM
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Originally posted by PacificBlue

I am glad to know that I am not the only one who found Laurel Canyon kind of creepy.


LA gave me the shivers in general. A creepy sinister atmosphere. Just the way public transport makes it almost impossible to get from the poor part of town to the rich part.
And a private, publicly funded, police squad (BHPD) to protect the rich folk.
The class division was not at all subtle.

The only other place in the world that i've been to which makes me feel this way (palpably nautilus by the hypocrisy and division) was Mumbai (formally Bombay) in India; a country still screwed up by it's colonial invaders.

I didn't reach Laurel Canyon and i'm kinda glad about that since it sounds as though that may be an epicentre of LA creepiness.



edit on 18-7-2012 by McGinty because: creepy clarity



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 06:39 AM
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Wouldn't doubt this for a minute. I've heard what the illuminati do to their children, and this is warm and fuzzy in comparison. They are abused and broken at a very young age which makes them very manipulatable. Make no mistake, these are illuminati families and they will use their children in whatever way serves the 'greater good'.

The modern music industry is no different. Manipulating our children to become slutty, angry, twisted, maniacs with inflated egos. I'd bet my last dollar that the industry is mostly controlled in order to degrade society and make zombies out of our youth. Lady Gaga anyone?



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 09:26 AM
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Originally posted by McGinty

And a private, publicly funded, police squad (BHPD) to protect the rich folk.
The class division was not at all subtle.


I attended a function at a hotel in Beverly Hills a few years ago, and the police were driving celebrities and other important people home in black Suburbans. At the time I remember thinking, is there any other city in the U.S. where this happens, probably not. Usually at the end of the evening, most people Don't want a ride in a cop car.

The canyons can be fun to see because of all the mansions, but I agree, LA is definately different.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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Originally posted by PacificBlue

Originally posted by McGinty

And a private, publicly funded, police squad (BHPD) to protect the rich folk.
The class division was not at all subtle.


I attended a function at a hotel in Beverly Hills a few years ago, and the police were driving celebrities and other important people home in black Suburbans. At the time I remember thinking, is there any other city in the U.S. where this happens, probably not. Usually at the end of the evening, most people Don't want a ride in a cop car.

The canyons can be fun to see because of all the mansions, but I agree, LA is definately different.


Bought & paid for, hey!

Not to mention Bel Air, where, to ban those who can't afford a car you're not allowed to walk, hence it has no sidewalks. I was in a tour bus and a motorcycle cop pulled up beside us, ordering the driver to speed up as he'd slowed a little for the tour.

Maybe there's another part of the world where you can't walk on public land... Can't think of any!




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