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posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 11:49 PM
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To sum it up he was attacked in Jamaica by a Jamaician with a cia registered pistol, weird to say the least. He survived the attack then later on he had boots given to him by the director of the CIA's son, The boots had a small copper wire imbeded on the inside on the exact location of his toe cancer.




posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 11:52 PM
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Apparently more than once sid's mom admitted to injecting him while he slept.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:03 AM
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Originally posted by FrancoUn-American
To sum it up he was attacked in Jamaica by a Jamaician with a cia registered pistol, weird to say the least. He survived the attack then later on he had boots given to him by the director of the CIA's son, The boots had a small copper wire imbeded on the inside on the exact location of his toe cancer.


Damn. Can't say that would surprise me. I heard it here on ATS first.

I'm going to be looking more into that. Bob Marley is definitely an icon in his own right, and it's disgusting what these pigs do to our musicians.
edit on 31-3-2011 by bsbray11 because: I said can't say it wouldn't surprise me... meant to say... can't say it WOULD surprise me... because it wouldn't...




posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:09 AM
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Yea when I heard that I didnt believe it either, Its a shame to quote Bob himself "How long shall they kill our Prophets, while we stand aside and look?"



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:18 AM
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I knew alot of this, but there are a few things that you mentioned that I either didn't know, or had forgotten the details.

Such as the Skynyrd plane crash. I didn't realize it had just 'ran out of gas.' I am not a pilot, but for a small private airplane, I would assume it is the pilot's responsibility to ensure there is enough gas, and not the airports.

I also didn't realize that Dimebag's death was the same date as Lennon. Since both were shot by someone who claimed to be a huge fan, that makes the fact that it occurred on the same date, more intriguing.




According to Wikipedia, Morrison was "widely regarded as one of the most iconic frontmen in rock music history."
He still is.



to a faked death in order to avoid a pending lawsuit in the United States.
Not sure if you know this or not, but last year, he was acquitted of that charge by the State of Florida.

Florida’s clemency board pardoned The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison posthumously for his 1970 conviction in Miami of indecent exposure.
Doors Lead Singer Jim Morrison Gets Florida Pardon 40 Years After Death



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:23 AM
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Actually the douche that killed Dime was a huge Down fan and listened a little too close too Phils heroin rants about
Dime ruining Pantera that had spewed out at the time.
Phil was saying a lot of BS too deflect the blame from his own Addict self.
He's the one that f'd up Pantera not Dime.
And I doubt the Mental Midget that did kill Dime even knew the first thing about guitar licks or who stole what.
And too the poster mentioning Iommi. I couldnt agree more. He's a one of a kind. Plays with 3 finger tips missing and still manages too create a whole genre called Heavy Metal.
Plus the guy plays album exact everytime Ive seen him. Now thats a artist right there.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:26 AM
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Tim Buckley - Song to the Siren


Tim Buckley - Song Of The Magician

Laurel Canyon! Cia and cults. So many from Laurel canyon.


Jeff Buckley - "Hallelujah"

His son Jeff!

Tim was my favorite artist when I was young. I consider this part of the Vrill, Cia Nwo agenda, and it involves ritualistic things. He may have been releasing a bit too much in his later songs.


LAUREL CANYON 1 - 60s Music Hollywood CIA MK-Ultra '___'

Many parts to this. Charles Manson lived in Laurel Canon and his "family" became a nationally respected animal shelter in Utah.
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posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:47 AM
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I was going mainly from memory with Dimebag. I could be completely off in my recollection of why the guy was mad. I think that it was weird that anyone would target him. He was one of the most lovable and generous people in the business. Everybody I've met that knew him was devestated by his death.

The Kurt Cobain case is interesting. When I was younger I thought it was a suicide. Seems pretty reasonable given the person and his personality. However, I have learned some interesting things about it over the years. Some might find it interesting that a guy come out claiming Courtney solicited him to kill Kurt. He was run over by a train shortly after going public.

The case has a lot of weird twists.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:59 AM
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I always thought the death of Randy Rhoads in 1982 was an odd one.
The guy was terrified of flying yet one morning went with acquaintances in a small private prop number and of all things were buzzing trailers and trees before the crash.
The guy was a phenom if you didnt know allready. His take on classical and rock/metal is easily collegiate music theory semi and advanced level.
One of my favs and a huge light got snuffed out in that "accident"



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 12:59 AM
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Originally posted by BrokenCircles
Not sure if you know this or not, but last year, he was acquitted of that charge by the State of Florida.


I'm not really following the "he was trying to evade a lawsuit and faked his death" thing anyway. But I do find it interesting that Morrison's father was commanding admiral during the Gulk of Tonkin incident.

That alone gives certain "access" to the whole Morrison family if you know what I mean.
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posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:02 AM
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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (born Neil Andrew Megson 22 February 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, writer, and artist. P-Orridge's early confrontational performance work in COUM Transmissions in the late 1960s and early 1970s along with the industrial band Throbbing Gristle, which dealt with subjects such as prostitution, pornography, serial killers, occultism, and P-Orridge's own exploration of gender issues, generated controversy. Later musical work with Psychic TV received wider exposure
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The Process



The Process is an art and philosophy collective formed in the early 1990s. The idea was initially birthed at the same time as, and with a subset of the same people from, the studio work for the Skinny Puppy album The Process, though the direct interrelation ends there. Some of the early contributors included Nivek Ogre, Genesis P-Orridge, William Morrison, and Loki der Quaeler.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:06 AM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
Tim Buckley ...

His son Jeff!


I looked these guys up and found this interesting about Jeff:


On the evening of May 29, 1997, Buckley's band flew to Memphis intending to join him in his studio there to work on the newly written material. That same evening, Buckley went swimming in Wolf River Harbor,[103] a slackwater channel of the Mississippi River, while wearing boots, all of his clothing, and singing the chorus of the song "Whole Lotta Love" by Led Zeppelin.[104] Buckley had gone swimming there several times before.[105] A roadie in Buckley's band, Keith Foti, remained on shore. After moving a radio and guitar out of reach of the wake from a passing tugboat, Foti looked up to see that Buckley had vanished. Despite a determined rescue effort that night, Buckley remained missing. On June 4, two locals spotted his body in the Mississippi River near a riverboat, and it was brought to land.

Buckley's autopsy showed no signs of drugs or alcohol in his system and the death was ruled as an accidental drowning.[106] The following statement was released from the Buckley estate:

Jeff Buckley's death was not "mysterious," related to drugs, alcohol, or suicide. We have a police report, a medical examiner's report, and an eye witness to prove that it was an accidental drowning, and that Mr. Buckley was in a good frame of mind prior to the accident.[107]


Seems like an awful defensive statement to me. The eyewitness could easily have drowned the guy himself.

I'm going to give that video on Laurel Canyon you posted a watch too. Thanks.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:06 AM
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I didn't actually think you were pushing that possibility as a fact.
I only quoted that part, to use it as a way to lead into the 'He was pardoned' statement, in case you(or others) did not know that he had been pardoned.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:18 AM
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Originally posted by VType
I always thought the death of Randy Rhoads in 1982 was an odd one.
The guy was terrified of flying yet one morning went with acquaintances in a small private prop number and of all things were buzzing trailers and trees before the crash.
The guy was a phenom if you didnt know allready. His take on classical and rock/metal is easily collegiate music theory semi and advanced level.
One of my favs and a huge light got snuffed out in that "accident"
I started a short thread a few weeks ago, that began just about the song 'Revelation (Mother Earth)', but shifted to just being about Randy. Anyways, I posted this video in it, and there are a few other videos of him playing. Some vids that are just mixes of a few live solos.




posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:18 AM
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Jeff's death was roughly the same age but his circumstances where less suspicious to some than his father's. The Laurel Canyon link is a big one.

Some of Tim's words were really a tip off, ie. he put some things in words that all had an esoteric meaning, but also as if not in agreement with it, sadness, and one song was to the mother of his son, "was he being his mothers little helper" and then about secret wars that no one knew were being fought, and it seemed to tie in to the cia thing,the m'kultra. I almost saw him as an agent. Some of his later words when his music became more harsh or stident to me, not as beautiful, he sang of this woman being like a skinned cat crawling across the road or pavement. It seemed to me, that he was putting too much that was burdening his conscience, that he may have known of in the songs.

www.thedogpress.com...

Manson's family :


Best Friends has Katie Couric and the CBS evening news to help solicit donations.
Best Friends wants laws to criminalize dog breeding.
Best Friends wants laws to grant citizen “rescuers” the power to steal your animals.
Best Friends is promoted on the Animal Liberation Front website.

Best Friends is no friend of mine.


Self proclaimed as the richest and "largest animal sanctuary in the United States", meet Best Friends Animal Society aka The Process, Church of the Final Judgment, aka the Four-P Movement, aka The Foundation Church of the Millennium, aka The Foundation Faith of God, aka Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.


There is no way, that this could be done with the money and privilege if it wasn't being protected from on high, ie black ops/cia and it seems to me to be pervasive, this whole thing, throughout the movie and news industry. Its how mafia gangsters control their underlings, with terror, trauma, and spreading guilt around so no one speaks out. If people wake up, maybe this will end.
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posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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some of the musicians were sacrificed. check out the phase of the moon...and the black moon. you will notice a strange string of events. MUSIC plays a big part to the rulers. it influences youth, point of view, morals, culture and so on. theres more. heres is a video link of john todd talks about witchcraft in the music industry. before any assumptions. just keep an open mind.

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posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:25 AM
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That interview on Laurel Canyon, or something else I read, talked about muscians being cia children. I already knew there were very few of our own children promoted its an inside group that makes fame.

www.noonehastodietomorrow.com...


An uncanny number of rock music superstars will emerge from Laurel Canyon beginning in the mid-1960s and carrying through the decade of the 1970s....

One of the earliest on the Laurel Canyon/Sunset Strip scene is Jim Morrison, the enigmatic lead singer of The Doors. Jim will quickly become one of the most iconic, controversial, critically acclaimed, and influential figures to take up residence in Laurel Canyon. Curiously enough though, the self-proclaimed “Lizard King” has another claim to fame as well, albeit one that none of his numerous chroniclers will feel is of much relevance to his career and possible untimely death: he is the son, as it turns out, of the aforementioned Admiral George Stephen Morrison........


Zappa, along with certain members of his sizable entourage (the ‘Log Cabin’ was run as an early commune, with numerous hangers-on occupying various rooms in the main house and the guest house, as well as in the peculiar caves and tunnels lacing the grounds of the home; far from the quaint homestead the name seems to imply, by the way, the ‘Log Cabin’ was a cavernous five-level home that featured a 2,000+ square-foot living room with three massive chandeliers and an enormous floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace), will also be instrumental in introducing the look and attitude that will define the ‘hippie’ counterculture (although the Zappa crew preferred the label ‘Freak’). Nevertheless, Zappa (born, curiously enough, on the Winter Solstice of 1940) never really made a secret of the fact that he had nothing but contempt for the ‘hippie’ culture that he helped create and that he surrounded himself with.

Given that Zappa was, by numerous accounts, a rigidly authoritarian control-freak and a supporter of U.S. military actions in Southeast Asia, it is perhaps not surprising that he would not feel a kinship with the youth movement that he helped nurture. And it is probably safe to say that Frank’s dad also had little regard for the youth culture of the 1960s, given that Francis Zappa was, in case you were wondering, a chemical warfare specialist assigned to – where else? – the Edgewood Arsenal. Edgewood is, of course, the longtime home of America’s chemical warfare program, as well as a facility frequently cited as being deeply enmeshed in MK-ULTRA operations. Curiously enough, Frank Zappa literally grew up at the Edgewood Arsenal, having lived the first seven years of his life in military housing on the grounds of the facility. The family later moved to Lancaster, California, near Edwards Air Force Base, where Francis Zappa continued to busy himself with doing classified work for the military/intelligence complex. His son, meanwhile, prepped himself to become an icon of the peace & love crowd. Again, nothing unusual about that, I suppose.


This is a very interesting article going into depth and discovering there are alot of connected, military families with famous prodigies there.
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posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:37 AM
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Very cool. Ill view these on my own machine later.
Im a huge Rhoads fan and even bigger fan of Rock and Metal guitar.
And go figure Ive played guitar(and drums) for about 35 years almost and currently gig with a Hard Rock/Metal cover band (smaller bars/clubs).
Its fun and we try too replicate as close as possible most of the songs be it : Crazy Train,Whole Lotta Love, Unchained or Jet City Woman,etc.....
Im not at ATS as often and forget there are some Dandy music lovers here as well from both sides of the coin.
Great thread OP and if anything a diversion in the musical arts is always a fun road for me.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:46 AM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
There is no way, that this could be done with the money and privilege if it wasn't being protected from on high, ie black ops/cia and it seems to me to be pervasive, this whole thing, throughout the movie and news industry.


I listened to that interview and yeah, it said exactly what you posted and more. It ties in to a lot of other things that I've already heard about, and sheds more light on them. I was just talking about how it was interesting that Jim Morrison's dad was the commanding admiral during the Gulf of Tonkin incident, but suddenly that makes sense.

He mentioned the Byrds, the Mamas and the Papas, the Doors, Frank Zappa and a few other artists with family ties to the military/intelligence industry, and who all lived around Laurel Canyon, the same place as where all of these gruesome murders are taking place, and associated with the birth place of the hippie movement and '___' use. This is mind-blowing stuff. So the gist is that what we all just assumed happened by itself in the 1960s (hippie movement) was apparently largely orchestrated by the intelligence community itself, allegedly as a way to alienate or pacify the anti-war movement.



And again... Jim Morrison's own father was commanding admiral of the US Navy at the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, which was a false-flag (now even according to the NSA) that got us into the Vietnam War in the first place. Then later his own son comes along and is the frontman for the Doors, which is associated with the hippie/anti-war movement. And not only that, but apparently numerous other examples of children of the military/industry playing similar roles.


Like I said, this is scary and mind-blowing stuff.... And I thank you for posting it.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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Bob Marley died of cancer. He had skin cancer on his foot and it spread to his lungs and stomach.

Peter Tosh on the other hand, who was more radical than Marley was killed when some "thieves" kicked his door down and shot him in an attempted robbery. It has always been suspected that the Jamacian government had Peter Tosh killed.





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