The Strange Tale Of A Prog Rock Hippie Cult With Ties To Texas

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Texas is probably the last place you would expect to hear about a hippie cult that records prog rock, but that’s exactly what took place in Austin along the banks of the Colorado River. For a time, a kind of farm there catered to mavericks and outcasts. Those who were looking for a more communal and intentional lifestyle were welcomed. They even made a prog rock album you can still find on YouTube.

Of course, this would take place near Austin. It was long regarded as the one place in Texas where it was okay to be as weird as you want to be. According to many of the accounts that are out there regarding Zendik Farm, it was all about environmentalism and social change. Noble goals. The darker side is the cult-like control tactics alleged to have been used by leadership over members.

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