Evil in the Air

By | Aug 8, 2012

Two nights August 8 and 9, 1969 rocked Los Angeles. On the night of the August 8th at the rental home of Roman Polanski and his pregnant wife Sharon Tate a group of deranged hippies gruesomely killed Steven Parent, Jay Sebring, Wojciech Frykowski, Abigail Folger, Sharon Tate and Sharon Tate’s unborn child. Polanski was in England.

The next night some of these same people went to the home of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca and did the same. These hippies were the followers of Charles Manson.

Two things that Manson often quoted were the Bible and The Beatles. Manson saw the four Beatles members as being the “four angels” referred to in Revelation 9. It describes these angels as having “faces as the faces of men” but with “the hair of women” with “breastplates of fire”, their guitars, and their songs as being “issued fire and brimstone”.

The Beatles White Album issued in 1968 was a turning point in the thoughts of Manson. Before hearing the album all Manson cared about was sex and drugs. After this, it was as if god had spoken to him and he believed that they were telling him to start ‘Helter Skelter’, a war between the blacks and whites.

But the Beatles weren’t the only group that Manson had ties. Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys had invited a bunch of girls into his house and they brought their guru, Charlie Manson. In fact one of the songs on the Beach Boys Album 20/20 had its roots in a song written by Manson. Charlie’s version was called Cease To Exist – and the group changed around the lyrics and renamed it Never Learn Not To Love.

Through Wilson’s relationship Manson meet Terry Melcher, the son of Doris Day. Melcher was living at 10050 Cielo Drive when they met. It was at this house that Charlie took his ‘Family’ on the night of August 8th to begin ‘Helter Skelter’.


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