The Occult History of Punk Music – John Adams on JaysAnalysis (Half)

This is the free half of a full talk which can be obtained at JaysAnalysis by subscribing at the PayPal links below.  Musician and researcher John Adams of The Afternoon Commute joins me to divulge new details in relation to his ongoing series with researcher Nino on the secret history of punk music. Arising from the psychedelic genre and the 60s counter-culture (so-called) movements, punk became an iconic sub-genre that would eventually have a tremendous impact on “youth culture” through the 70s, 80s, 90s, and into today. The real question, however, is whether there is a deeper occult agenda to punk music, as well as a social engineering aspect to this “scene.” We explore these questions, as well as topics such as:

Henry Rollins, Riot Girl, feminism, GG Allin, Iggy Pop, situationism, Fugazi, The Sex Pistols and “spectacle,” performance art, deep state connections, Genesis P-Orridge and transgender agendas, the Stone Roses, Lou Reed and Blavatsky, the rise of the grunge scene and Cobain, The KLF and the rise of electronica, Discordianism, techno and rave culture, and the power of pop culture to mind control mass populations.

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3 Comments on The Occult History of Punk Music – John Adams on JaysAnalysis (Half)

  1. Michael Sean // January 20, 2017 at 5:19 pm // Reply

    I’ve been following John and Nino’s podcasts on punk all the way through. They’re pretty thorough. After reading Dave McGowan’s work on Laurel Canyon I had to re-evaluate my entire youth, and early adult years. I just loved all of that stuff from the 60’s right up to the rave and drum n bass scenes (although I’m only 46). I always credited these bands and scenes with being truely anti establishment, and now I know they were all just establishment created culture along with all the rest of it. It’s amazing the connections these people had/have, and how quickly they easily slotted into establishment culture. Johnny Rotten ended up doing reality TV/ Commercials for butter/ and wild life shows.

  2. Bryce Rasmussen // January 21, 2017 at 4:04 am // Reply

    Many of the original punks hated psychedelia, I am not buying that thought. It’s a given that there were several scenes, England and America, who had of course, stars, but many bands were DIY. I am not buying the thesis that there’s some kind of cultural push, or manufacturing the scene. It’s a case of record companies jumping on the current bandwagon. The occult connection is obvious, such as Genesis P. Orridge, but most of that comes from personal studies that the musicians did.

  3. «{MALCOLM} McLAREN was born on 22 January 1946 to Peter McLaren, a Scottish engineer, and Emily Isaacs, in post-World War II North London. His father left when he was two and he and his brother Stuart were raised by his maternal grandmother, Rose CORRE ISAAKS, the formerly wealthy daughter of PORTUGUESE SEPHARDIC JEWISH DIAMOND DEALERS, in Stoke Newington. McLaren told Andrew Denton on Enough Rope that his grandmother always said to him, “To be bad is good… to be good is simply boring”.[5] In The Ghosts of Oxford Street he says CHARLES CLORE (who bought Selfridges) became his mother’s lover. When he was six, McLaren’s mother married MARTIN LEVI, a rag trade entrepreneur; together they operated women’s-wear business Eve Edwards with a factory in London’s East End.

    McLaren left home in his teens, and, after trying out a series of jobs (including one as a wine taster), he attended several art colleges, including Goldsmiths, Central Saint Martins,[3] and Harrow School of Art. He left education in 1971.

    In the late 1960s McLaren was attracted to the SITUATIONIST MOVEMENT, particularly the UK wing King Mob, which promoted absurdist and provocative actions as a way of enacting social change. In 1968 McLaren tried unsuccessfully to travel to Paris to join the demonstrations there. Instead, with fellow student Jamie Reid, he took part in a STUDENT OCCUPATION of CROYDON Art School. McLaren later grafted some of the movement’s ideas into promotion of pop and rock groups.»

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