From Hippies to Hipsters


Wednesday March 9, 2016

I was interviewed by Laura, a college student in Idaho, researching her term paper about life in the 1960's focused on the hippie generation past and present. This was another journey back to the past with issues reflected in ... the arts, politics, culture, and drugs - not unlike today.

I was never a Hippie in the traditional sense of how one remembers the 60's but I spent time in Greenwich Village enjoying the culture without drugs or burning my bra, or into anything traditional. To me it's all lame but that's what some people were program to do.

Many Hippies went on to become the New Agers of the 80's and 90's ... "Let's heal our issues and work on ourselves". They often have children they labeled "Indigo" or "Crystal" which we know usually reflects emotional problems and learning challenges as a subroutine in the hologram.




Laura told me about a term used by her generation - "Hippie" now referring to "Hipster". The Hipster Subculture today is composed of affluent or middle class young who reside primarily in gentrifying neighborhoods. The hair for women is still long and flowing (goddess, priestess energies) - the drugs are still there along with creativity, yoga and the like, preaching truth as the pattern recycles and now organic foods and supermarkets such as Whole Foods. Hipster Subculture




From Hippie to New Ager

All you need is love ... love. Love is all you need. ... <> Important but not exactly true.





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