Wulf Zendik

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Wulf Zendik (born Lawrence E. Wulfing, in El Paso, Texas, October 7, 1920 – June 12, 1999) was an American author, poet, musician, environmentalist, and bohemian who founded Zendik Farm along with his wife.

He was the author of the novel A Quest Among The Bewildered, Blackhawk: Diary of an Eco-Warrior, and Zendik.[1][2] and described himself as an "undiscovered Beat."[3] Wulfing founded the community Zendik (also known as Zendik Arts Farm), located in Florida, Southern California, Texas, North Carolina, and West Virginia at various times, with his wife/partner Carol Merson (also known as Arol Wulf).

After Zendik's death, Zendik Farm continued Zendik's philosophy by promoting the arts and an environmentally sound lifestyle.[4] In 2006, the community had a show, Zendik News, on public-access television Channel 75 in Baltimore, MD.[5] Zendik Farm members were known for their sales of T-shirts and bumper stickers saying "Stop Bitching, Start a Revolution."[6] The community has since disbanded, with the property being sold. It has been accused by former members and apostates[by whom?] of being a 'sex cult', wherein Wulf Zendik was presumed to have sexual access to females on the group, and was also the final say on who was allowed to date or have sex with each other.[7]

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