posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 08:27 AM
reply to post by awareness10
Thanks for this great thread OP! S&F! Thank you Pilot for the link. I will read it although it is long.
One sometimes hear about the theory that the PTB introduces some new fashion in society just to distract the people what is happening or to make the
people do something "fashionable" that then can become criminal.
I have often thought about the hippie era and wondered how it came to be. The CIA projects of MKULTRA and the like is interesting and definitely dealt
with mass test of '___' to soldiers and unknowing civilians. The goal was to be able to rule the mind of the people, preferably in detail. Of course,
the music and the culture of the youth was a part of it.
However, I always thought Jim and The Doors was THE REAL DEAL. It didn´t seem possible to fake that kind of style. Now, reading that other artists
also originally came from military families is a bit scary. I thought the fact that Jim´s father was high ranking military was just a coincidence and
the thing that made him rebel even more.
In fact, it is possible that they were both in on it. Jim was supposed to become the rebel rock star that told people to love each other and didn´t
make a secret of his use of '___' just because people would of course see him as a role model and want to be like him, which was precisely that the
PTB wanted to forbid.
No surprise then that when his work was done in 1972, he could move to Paris and then "die", but in fact perhaps get a new identity and live where
he wanted... He was clean when he died and hadn´t touched drugs for months.