“The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.”
December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971
There are many links in this article about the very strange death, or possible assassination, of iconic and exceedingly rebellious rock legend Jim Morrison. Included are posts about his Father, Rear Admiral George S. Morrison, and the June 8, 1967, Israeli attack on the USS Liberty, which gives plausibility to the assassination motive. Was Rear Admiral George S. Morrison losing his commission on his ship, and Jim Morrison dying in Paris within 24 hours of each other just an incredible coincidence?
“I have stated for decades that if the CIA / MI6 / Mossad had a list of people they wanted assassinated on July 3, 1971 (which I am quite sure they had, and still have one today), for a multitude of reasons, Jim Morrison was likely the first person on that list.”
Mark R. Elsis
I’ll never forget the first time I heard Light My Fire, it was late April of 1967, and I was sitting in the back of my family’s car traveling on Seabury Street in Elmhurst, New York City. The song seemed to jump out of the radio and into every fiber of my existence. I was only nine years of age but instantly became a fan of The Doors. The brash Jim Morrison and his sublime and unmistakably singing voice soon became my second favorite musician, just behind John Lennon. It was not a coincidence that both these outspoken political artists were assassinated, for they were the two leading musicians against the corrupt and evil establishment. For more on the blatant brutality throughout my early life, please read my 53-page article, A Violent Insane Asylum, on: https://GoogleCensorship.com
Was the United States government out to get Jim Morrison for his revolutionary music and statements? Yes, they were. The article just below this paragraph shows the indecent exposure felony entrapment brought against him. Jim and his band mates always said he never exposed himself. If memory serves me, I believe there were 168 photographs taken that evening, with none showing his supposed indecent exposure. For decades I wanted to ask someone sitting in the second row if Jim exposed himself. Then about ten years ago, in an email that Steve “Woz” Wozniak sent me, my prayers were finally answered. A gentleman at the concert in Miami on March 1, 1969, who never left his seat, believe it or not, said he was sitting in the second row and swore that Jim never exposed himself.
Jim Morrison Found Guilty Of Indecent Exposure By Miami Jury 50 Years Ago
A six-man jury in Miami found Jim Morrison, lead singer of the rock musical group The Doors, guilty today on two misdemeanor charges for his behavior at a concert at the Dinner Key auditorium in Miami on March 1, 1969. The 26-year-old musician was found guilty of indecent exposure and using vulgar and indecent language in public but not guilty of lewd and lascivious conduct, a felony, and public drunkenness, a misdemeanor. Witnesses testified during the 15-day trial that the musician had exposed himself to the audience during the performance. Morrison was escorted to the Dade County Jail by local officers. He was later released on a $50,000 bond and sentencing was scheduled for Oct. 23, 1970 (then delayed to Oct. 30, 1970).
On September 17, 1967, Jim Morrison solidified his place as a defiant poetic rebel. Before the band was to perform “Light My Fire” on The Ed Sullivan Show, Jim was specifically told he couldn’t sing the word “higher” on air. As Robby Krieger explains, “We thought they were joking – who were they kidding? Wanting us to change the lyrics on the number one song in America? We decided to just do the song as-is and maybe they would forget all about it. What could they do? After all, it was live television! So, yeah, we never played The Ed Sullivan Show again. But we didn’t care.” John Densmore added that Ed fumed, “’You will never do this show again,’ after we’d directly disobeyed his censorship requirements. Jim turned to him and remarked, ‘Hey, that’s okay – we just did The Ed Sullivan Show.’” And the rest is Rock ‘n’ Roll history. Watch Ray Manzarek Discuss The Doors Appearance on The Ed Sullivan Ahow:
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Jim Morrison: The Final 24 Hours Directed by Mike Parkinson (48:02)
“Whoever controls the media, controls the mind.”
Was Jim Morrison Murdered Because His Father Proposed Attacking Israel?
The editors of Wikipedia have once again edited the article on Admiral Morrison. Among the changes is their removal of information that shows his anger over the attack on the USS Liberty in 1967, during which Israeli fighter jets and torpedo boats spent more than an hour killing 34 sailors and wounding 171, while the American military was ordered to stand by and ignore it. For example, they removed the remark about his proposal for an “immediate and swift economic and military response against Israel for the attack.”
Wikipedia does not want people to consider the possible connection between Admiral Morrison’s anger towards Israel for their attack on the USS Liberty, and the mysterious death of his son a few years later. Also, the Wikipedia article does not mention that Admiral Morrison was the Naval officer who personally launched American fighter jets from the USS America to engage the Israeli jets that were attacking the USS Liberty, and that a short time later that order was countermanded by Chief of US Naval Forces in Europe, Admiral John S. McCain Jr.
They are censoring many important details about Admiral Morrison’s involvement with the attack on the USS Liberty. Rear Admiral G.S. Morrison, father of Jim Morrison, was head of a Naval Task Force closest to the USS Liberty. He immediately scrambled fighter jets from the USS America, which was only 15 minutes away, to engage the Israeli jets that were attacking the USS Liberty. The order was then countermanded by Chief of US Naval Forces in Europe, Admiral John S. McCain, Jr., who was the father of US Senator John S. McCain, III. Rear Admiral Morrison was the youngest person to reach such a position in the Navy, but he was never given another promotion after the USS Liberty incident.
Many people believe that his Naval career effectively ended at that time because he wanted to protect the USS Liberty, attack Israel, and set up an embargo of Israel.
by Eric Hufschmid
Is This How Jim Morrison Died? by Channel 5 (10:06)
The USS Liberty Attack On June 8, 1967 by Silurian
The cover-up was immediate and extensive – going all the way to the Johnson White House. Israel eventually paid 13 million USD in indemnities to the US Federal Government, the 174 wounded survivors of the attack, and the family members of the 34 men killed. Which means they simply returned some of America’s tax dollars.
Interestingly, the rear admiral commanding the nearest US Navy carrier task force ordered American fighter planes, which were only fifteen minutes away, to fly to the defense of the Liberty; however, his order was countermanded by the commander of US Naval forces in Europe. The carrier admiral was George S. Morrison – the father of rock legend Jim Morrison.
The admiral who countermanded the order was John S. McCain Jr. – the father of the 2008 Republican US Presidential candidate, John McCain III. Rear Admiral Morrison fiercely opposed the official report – which exonerated Israel of any wrongdoing; and, though he was at the time of the incident the youngest admiral in the US Navy, he never rose to higher rank.
Was Jim Morrison Murdered Because His Father Proposed Attacking Israel?
The editors of Wikipedia have once again edited the article on Admiral Morrison. Among the changes is their removal of information that shows his anger over the attack on the USS Liberty in 1967, during which Israeli fighter jets and torpedo boats spent more than an hour killing 34 sailors and wounding 171, while the American military was ordered to stand by and ignore it.
For example, they removed the remark about his proposal for an “immediate and swift economic and military response against Israel for the attack.”
Inside The Mystery Of Jim Morrison’s Death And The Disturbing Theories That Surround It (Text and Audio)
To some, it seemed like a sad end to a long downward spiral. Morrison had struggled with fame and addiction for years. After allegedly exposing himself at a Florida concert in 1969, Morrison had been found guilty of indecent exposure and profanity — charges that he denied. Fed up with the perils of stardom, Morrison and Courson had moved to Paris in March 1971. Everything came to a head for Morrison after he was charged with exposing himself during a Florida concert in 1969. As he sat through his trial in 1970, Morrison knew he needed a change. In one of the notebooks he carried around, he jotted down a note: “The joy of performing has ended.”
by Aimee Lamoureux
The Conspiracy Theories Surrounding Jim Morrison’s Death
Over the years, the music industry has had a number of our most iconic rock stars taken long before their time under mysterious circumstances. Many of the deaths tend to be related to drug overdoses, while autopsy evidence can help determine the cause for death, there are often still confounding theories as to how the individual died. Who else was present? Did they commit suicide? Was it an accident? Was it a murder? Unfortunately, in many of the cases documented, we will never know the full truth.
So what happens when an autopsy isn’t even performed? Of course, the conspiracies become all the wilder. When Jim Morrison of The Doors died in Paris, France, on July 3rd, 1971, fans were left with very little explanation as to how their hero had passed. Earlier that year, Morrison had moved to Paris after being convicted in the US for indecent exposure and open profanity after he allegedly exposed himself on stage during a Miami gig in 1969. He was sentenced to six months in jail and while he was appealing the verdict he decided to take off for Paris.
by Jordan Potter
Fans Remember Musician Jim Morrison On The 50th Anniversary Of His Death
Because at the time, France didn’t require postmortem examination on the body, the official cause of Jim Morrison’s death is a mystery. Previously, Jim had battled drug and alcohol addictions and moved to Paris to reportedly get clean. Jim’s girlfriend and common-law wife Pamela Courson, who would die three years later of a drug overdose herself, told the police she found Jim in the bath at around 6 a.m. Despite long and notorious rumors about his romantic exploits, Jim Morrison never fathered any children to public knowledge. As such, a few years before his death, Jim willed his entire estate to long-term girlfriend Pamela Courson, as noted by Medium. If she failed to survive Jim by three months, then his entire estate would pass to his brother and sister.
by Anna Garrison
The Strange Death Of Jim Morrison
The official story is that Jim Morrison died at the age of 27 years old in the early morning hours of July 3, 1971, in his bathtub at his apartment in Paris where he was staying with his girlfriend Pamela Courson. The Doors’ manager, Bill Siddons, flew in from L.A. but did not see his body. Why not?
The only people who apparently did were a few emergency medical personnel and Dr. Max Vassile, who is now deceased. He never gave any interviews only saying that Morrison died of “natural causes” specifically of heart failure which is why there was no autopsy.
In this Daily Mail article, things have changed quite a bit. Supposedly, Jim Morrison died in the bathroom of a Paris night club and that a singer, Marianne Faithfull, was sworn to secrecy not to talk about the events that lead to his overdosing of heroin that he bought from dealers for his girlfriend, Pamela Courson.
Jim Morrison never did heroin in the U.S.A. and he had an intense hatred for the drug and needles as well. What did Marianne Faithful see exactly?
by Eric Hufschmid
Was Jim Morrison Assassinated In Revenge For Rear Admiral G.S. Morrison Order To Bomb Israel? (7:50)
Jim And George Morrison And The USS Liberty
His father, George Stephen Morrison, was a navy admiral. He opposed the actions USA took after Israel attacked the USS Liberty in 1967. Where 34 US navy men were killed and 171 wounded. He was outspoken and wanted to see a swift military and economic reaction or sanction against Israel for that unprovoked attack. The admiral that stopped the orders of George Morrison to retaliate was admiral John S McCain, father of John McCain. Of course, US politics being as they are, George Morrison would never rise in the ranks again.
Jim’s father wasn’t apparently a zionist and wanted to respond to the attack. A kind of natural patriotic instinct indeed. Something which the USA does all the time, you can’t even slap an American in the face without getting bombed. George Morrison actually held a speech at the decommissioning of his ship USS Bon Homme Richard on the 2nd of July – almost at the same time as his son would die in Paris. Even though Jim died on the 3rd of July it was early in the morning – so you can say both incidents happened within 12 hours.
by Sanjin Dumisic
Jim Morrison’s Father Rear Admiral Morrison Was Told Jim ‘Died In A Paris Hospital’ Not In Apartment (0:43)
Admiral George Stephen Morrison
George Stephen Morrison (January 7, 1919 – November 17, 2008) was a United States Navy rear admiral (upper half) and naval aviator. Morrison was commander of the U.S. naval forces in the Gulf of Tonkin during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident of August 1964, which sparked an escalation of American involvement in the Vietnam War. He was the father of Jim Morrison, the lead singer of the rock band The Doors, who died on July 3, 1971.
Born in Rome, Georgia, Morrison was the son of Caroline (née Hoover; 1891-1984) and Paul Raymund Morrison (1886-1971), and raised in Leesburg, Florida. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy in 1938, graduated in 1941, and was commissioned an ensign. Sent to Hawaii, he joined the crew of the minelayer USS Pruitt. On December 7, 1941, Morrison witnessed the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor.
In 1963, Morrison took command of the Essex-class aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard, flagship of a 3rd Fleet Carrier Division in the Pacific, and based at Naval Air Station Alameda, California. Morrison was in command of the Carrier Division during the controversial Gulf of Tonkin Incident in August 1964, which resulted effectively in the true beginning of the Vietnam War by President Lyndon Johnson. In 1967, he was promoted to Rear Admiral.
In 1967, in one article in the British paper, The Telegraph, it is unofficially reported by some that Morrison vehemently opposed the US response to, and findings of, the USS Liberty incident which exonerated Israel of malice. Morrison did not rise in rank again after his outspoken criticism of Israeli intentions. Rear Admiral Morrison was the keynote speaker at the decommissioning ceremony for the carrier Bon Homme Richard, his first ship as an admiral, on July 2, 1971 in Washington D.C.. His son, rock musician Jim Morrison, died in Paris at age 27 the following day.
The USS Liberty was repeatedly attacked while in international waters by Israeli air and naval forces on June 8, 1967. The horrific result of this unprovoked attack by the Jewish state was that 34 Americans were murdered, and 174 were wounded. Then there was a complete cover-up of this premeditated mass murder, and for the first time in our history, there wasn’t any retaliation against Israel for committing this act of war. And people naively still think we aren’t owned by these deadly parasites.
by Mark R. Elsis
“What have they done to the earth?
What have they done to our fair sister?
Ravaged and plundered and ripped her and bit her
Stuck her with knives in the side of the dawn
And tied her with fences and dragged her down.”
Ten Facts About Jim Morrison by Pastimers (3:23)
10 Interesting Things About Jim Morrison Every Fan Should Know
by Priyankee Saikia
Ray Manzarek On The Death Of Jim Morrison (11:01)
50 Jim Morrison Quotes That Open ‘The Doors’ To His Mind
100 Awesome Jim Morrison Quotes About Life, Love, And Music
The Doors – Where They Were In Venice Beach, California (5:15)
Everything That Is
(Venice Beach, California)
Sunset with the waves
Everything that is
With the raw beauty
by Mark R. Elsis
December 20, 1979
by Mark R. Elsis
Three comments about Jim Morrison:
Within 24 hours of his Father Rear Admiral G.S. Morrison losing his commission on his ship, and Jim Morrison dying in Paris is not a coincidence. A well-executed co-op mission came to a end. The agents service were not needed any more. The “27 Club” gained another member.
Jim was murdered by the Mossad. Jim’s father was Admiral Morrison who was one of the Admirals who was in the region when Israel attacked the USS Liberty. Just like the false flag at the Gulf of Tonkin Admiral Morrison and Admiral McCain were present in the region and both responded. They sure fooled Admiral Morrison in the Gulf of Tonkin but he knew that the Liberty was deliberately attacked by Israel to pull us into their war with Egypt. Admiral Morrison went to congress and complained. So they killed his son and if he wanted to save his family he would say nothing about it again.
I met Jim Morrison just before his concert in Chicago late 60’s. We were panhandling trying to get enough money to buy a ticket and met a girl who painted a portrait of Jim. While we were talking to her, a person approached us and told us that Jim wanted to meet us. So he took us inside of the Chicago Coliseum where she gave him the amazing portrait she had painted. We talked with him for about 10 minutes. As down to earth and kind person I had ever met. He let us into the show for free.
Finding Jim Morrison In Père Lachaise Cemetery
For those fans unfamiliar with Jim Morrison’s final resting place in Père Lachaise Cemetery, their first visit can come as something of a shock. For Père Lachaise is unlike any other graveyard they are likely to have encountered. Its scale is comparable to that of a city. Spread over 110 acres, the ancient walled necropolis is navigated by a maze of cobblestone avenues that dissect its endless colony of grand mausoleums and elegant monuments. Jim Morrison is not short of illustrious company. Other prominent permanent residents of the cemetery include literary icons, like Molière, Honoré de Balzac, Marcel Proust and Oscar Wilde, as well as musical luminaries, such as Edith Piaf, Frédéric Chopin, Georges Bizet and Maria Callas.
“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power,
and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.”
December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971
Written on July 3, 2021. Updated and published on July 3, 2022
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