Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, late 1960s: From Frank Zappa, at a concert in 1969: "Scientology, how about that? You hold onto the tin cans and then this guys asks you a bunch of questions, and if you pay enough money, you get to join the master race." ____________ Leonard Cohen on course in the Scientology Academy at the New York Martinique hotel, late 1960s: From a 1971 album. "Jane came by with a lock of your hair. She said that you gave it to her that night that you planned to go clear. Did you ever go clear?" ______________ The Incredible String Band, 1970: __________ Van Morrison,1983 All but Frank Zappa were involved with Scientology for a time. All, eventually, became ex-Scientologists. ________________ Many years after leaving Scientology, Mike Heron founding member of the Incredible String Band, performed a song he wrote before having become involved. Heron, speaking of his involvement with Scientology, called it silly, because "the control it exercised over me was stronger than anything I could have learned from it."