An Introduction to the Long History of Los Angeles Cults - 2014-10-20

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F261.png An Introduction to the Long History of Los Angeles Cults October 20, 2014, Adrian Glick Kudler, Curbed LA

Hello and welcome to Curbed LA's Cults Week. For the next five days, we'll be exploring Los Angeles's fruitful and sordid relationship with cults, which by all accounts began around 1840 with a Scotsman named-no shit-William Money, who claimed to be a healer, hated San Francisco, and personally designed the earthquake-resistant octagonal buildings at his Moneyan Institute in San Gabriel.


{{cite news | first = Adrian Glick | last = Kudler | title = An Introduction to the Long History of Los Angeles Cults | url = http://la.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/an_introduction_to_the_long_history_of_los_angeles_cults.php | work = Curbed LA | date = October 20, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}