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I met the Spirit of Music. . . . An appearance of the devil in a Venice canal. Running, I saw a Satan or Satyr, moving beside me, a fleshly shadow of my secret mind, . . - Jim Morrison
I believe in Morrison's incantations. Break on through. Kill the pigs. Destroy. Loot. F*** your mother. All that s***. Anything goes. Anything. - Oliver Stone
[Book 2004] Rethinking John Lennon’s Assassination. The FBI’s War on Rock Stars By Salvador Astucia, April 2004
Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation
 Mind Control in the Field of Art by Wes Penre
[vid] David McGowan, Military Industrial Entertainment in Laurel Canyon, Trans Resister Radio interview David McGowan talks about his article series Inside the LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation
 Music of Time by Preston Nichols Most of the world believes Jim Morrison died in 1971. From an objective point of view, the coroner's report raised more questions that it answered, but I person-ally know that Morrison did not die. He took some combination of drugs and alcohol and became catatonic. He was more of a vegetable than a human being at that point. To the best of my knowledge, there was a meeting of producers who discussed what to do about their fallen rock star. Keep in mind, Morrison was viewed as a god in some circles. The producers reportedly came to a conclusion that his music would probably sell well if he had died as opposed to being confined to an institution. The best solution was to fake his death.
Timing is a curious thing. When I first started this series in May of 2008, the fact that Jim Morrison’s father had served as the commander of the ships involved in the Gulf of Tonkin ‘incident’ had gone virtually unreported for some four-and-a-half decades. Readers were shocked – shocked, I tell you! – when I began this series by trotting out that revelation. Some even accused me of making it up, or of somehow twisting the facts.
But as fate would have it, as December of 2008 rolled around, the mainstream media was suddenly awash with reports of the unusual Morrison family connection. On December 8, for example, the Los Angeles Times carried a report on Admiral George Stephen Morrison, described therein as “a retired Navy rear admiral and the father of the late rock icon Jim Morrison.” According to the Times report, “Morrison had a long career that included serving as operations officer aboard the aircraft carrier Midway and commanding the fleet during the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, which led to an escalation of American involvement in Vietnam.” (emphasis added)
The very next day, on December 9, the New York Times followed suit with a report by William Grimes: “George S. Morrison, who commanded the fleet during the Gulf of Tonkin incident that led to an escalation of the Vietnam War and whose son Jim was the lead singer of the Doors … Aboard the flagship carrier Bon Homme Richard, Mr. Morrison commanded American naval forces in the gulf when the destroyer Maddox engaged three North Vietnamese torpedo boats on Aug. 2, 1964. A skirmish and confused reports of a second engagement two days later led President Lyndon B. Johnson to order airstrikes against North Vietnam and to request from Congress what became known as the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, allowing him to carry out further military operations without declaring war.” (emphasis again added) Part XIII Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation
The Doors Singer Jim Morrison used the occult code name Lizard King and The Exterminating Angel. He was involved with mind control.12: SCIENCE No. 12-EXTERNAL CONTROLS Deeper Insights into the Illuminati Formula