ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby cat noir » Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:12 am

Gnaghi wrote:To Jim, the sixteenth incarnation of Dionysus
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Dionysus ruled the 60's, early 70's. Jim was but one of the brilliant, but self-consuming, stars that burned brightly in that tumultuous night. Reports of his death conflict. Like Kennedy, we will probably never know the truth. Time has passed for better and worse. But can Jim forget? An interesting ghost photo: http://www.coasttocoastam.com/photo/pop-culture/41523



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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby Gnaghi » Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:24 am

Yeah I have that biography you mentioned Maythen, I also got into his poetry and I really enjoy his spoken word album American Prayer, based off his poems of course, I think it may have been released posthumously. Jim was deep into Nietzsche too, whom I love, even though its a total cliche, college student and all.

Anyway, Morrison definitely had a big impact on my life.

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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby Wiccan Warrior Alex » Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:59 am

Cat, thanks for sharing the photo, absoloutely amazing !!!

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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby ravenspiritdancer64 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:14 am

There is a theory that Jim Morrison was brought to the same crossroads that Robert Johnson went to gain his musical talent. For those who don't know, it was told that Robert Johnson was a horrible musician, but he wanted to be famous so he went to a crossroads known as The Devils Crossroads, located in Mississippi, and made a deal with the devil (personally I think it was not the devil but Papa Legba) to become a famous musician. They say that overnight he became a stellar guitar player and he was famous...at least for a little while. He died at the age of 27 and was supposedly the first of the infamous "27 Club". It is said that several musicians have gone to the crossroads, Morrison included, and have died at the age of 27. Like Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Kurt Cobain.


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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby Catgirl2 » Sun Feb 16, 2020 2:30 am

I am going to bump this one! Jim Morrison died three weeks before I was born so maybe in a strange morbid way is why I had a bit of an interest in him, but there is an author that wrote a book about him & had actually married him, I am not sure if I can add the author or books name but if I remember right she mentioned in the book that despite the stories on where Jim Morrison died she feels that Pam Courson had a hand in it so hence her admitted to killing him-Jim may have mistook her heroin for cocaine, but he did have asthma, when ever he had an attack he usually filled the tub with warm or hot water & laid down in it for awhile because that helped relieve his symptoms so in hence why he was found in the tub-but I do agree, with the way his death was handled & the mystery around it is left to theories & possibilities!


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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby Mescalero1 » Tue Mar 31, 2020 12:38 am

Hi, first off, Catgirl2, I love your "Adopt A Homeless Companion". They actually adopt me! :]

I have been at different times in my life, a working guitarist. My aunt in the early 60's had actually married someone whom she met at the Cheetah (where she worked) and he became extremely famous. I met a lot of people, played with a few of them, and have seen a lot of the stories. Me, when I was young, I had done and been through a lot of things, which is one of the reasons I am here. I quit taking drugs at the age of 15, and there was nothing I did not take prior to me stopping. I realized they were not the key I was looking for, but surely opened many doors for me. I am fortunate that I can just walk away from things, I am very strong inside.

I have lost friends for a lot of different reasons in this community. The last one was Arthur Lee of Love. He had been through some hard times towards the end until his illness felled him. Anyway, I kind of have my own opinion on all of this. I am a firm believer that when the clock strikes your name, that's it, it's over. Everyone has a time here. In combat, the guy 1 foot from you gets zapped and you are here. Speaks volumes. I feel that most of the prolific artists got to a point that they could not get any further. And I think they are aware of this. Hendrix was a good example of this. His life was going south, even though his popularity was soaring. He was the guy to play like. And maybe he didn't know how powerful his spirit lit paths through the world, but he did. Kind of like the amount of people that took massive amounts of hallucinogens when listening to The Moody Blues.

Anyway, Hendrix wrote a song Belly Button Window. It was not on an album he did while living, it was finished by Mitch Mitchell, Edie Kramer and a few others. In this song, it sounds like he knows his time is coming. Here are a few lyrics:

"'cause you know if ya just don't want me this time around,
Yeah I'll be glad to go back to spirit land"

"So if you don't want me now,
Make up your mind, where or when
If you don't want me now,
Give or take, you only got two hundred days
'cause I ain't coming down this way too much more again"

And this is why you heard this song posthumously, because he told you that he only had, give or take, 200 more days.

Music is my connection to spirit. It is very powerful, a powerful vibration. When I play, I'm gone until I stop. I think most of these guys knew they weren't going to be around too long. My own brother used to say, when he was young, that he wasn't going to live much past 30. As he grew older, he found his niche in life, he found love and wanted to live forever. Sadly, he was killed in an accident in his early 30's. Time here seems like forever, yet it is just a moment somewhere else.



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Re: ROCK 'N' ROLL GONE SOUR, JIM MORRISON MYSTERY

Postby Catgirl2 » Tue Mar 31, 2020 12:15 pm

Thank You! I picked the "Adopt A Homeless Companion" because I felt we don't so much pick them but we chose them because they chose us to be with!
WOW-sounds like you had a learning experience & a tough one! I used to date a musician years ago & one thing I learned is there was a lot around in it & is readily available if interested! You are right you are strong but you forgot to add something-you are also determined!
I will admit I do agree with you-we all are here for a certain amount of time & when it's that time we will leave this world! I deeply believe Jim Morrison knew that & he put in as much as he could in this life to make it count-his music, life's experiences, etc.-even down right it was given away with his music & who he told! Another one is Princess Diana-off topic maybe as to she is Royal but she knew a lot of stars-she predicted her own death & it was in a car crash like how she predicted it-she knew yet it couldn't have been stopped!
One thing maybe someone can give me a clearer explanation on is Exit Points-everyone is supposed to have at least three but there is only one Exit Point that is used for when it's our time, so if there is someone that can explain it better or send me in the right direction that would be great!
But I do believe Jim Morrison knew it was coming & was fully aware of it!


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