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The Mamas and The Papas Were Spooks

By The Unexpected Cosmology

BELIEVE IT or not, this paper is intended as a prelude to the Manson family murder hoax. What you are currently reading came about on the mere basis that I decided to do some digging into the Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski movie set house, and far too many familiar names, whom I’d never thought to associate with Charlie Manson, began ringing the doorbell, hoping for a part in the production. If you’re curious as to why I’ve concluded that the Manson murders are faked, then you will have to wait a little longer. The purpose here, as I’ve already begun to explain, is to lay the foundation as to how The Mamas & the Papas are connected to The Sixties psyop. Sure, they’re spooks. But that’s an understatement. Because even their friends are spooks.

Every so often somebody stumbles upon one of my papers, reads every word from beginning to end (which never ceases to amaze me), and then writes an e-mail confessional, explaining that they didn’t know who Paul McCartney or so and so was, and could I elaborate on their importance a little further? If this is you, then we should probably first get a couple of details ironed out, hoping for better clarity. The decade is The Sixties, and The Mamas & The Papas had a few notable hits. Their first was ‘Go Where You Wanna Go,’ quickly followed by ‘California Dreamin’,’ and then, ‘Monday, Monday,’ in that order. There are others, but already the point has been made. They were hit makers until, quite suddenly, they weren’t. If you were born anytime during or after the Apollo missions, then you would have had to dial into the local oldies radio station in order to hear them. Beginning in 1966, The Mamas and The Papas released four albums and then disbanded in as little as three years—a short run. The name of their third album was “The Mamas & The Papas Deliver,” emphasis is mine, but that is simply not true, since only their first album, “If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears,” delivered. Hence, the short run. Come to think of it, The Sixties were short lived, but that is not to say the foursome, along with their spook friends, didn’t play a major role in spreading the emerging youth-counterculture across America and the world.

And now for some name drops.

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