THE DIANA-MORRISSEY PHENOMENON
August 31, 1978:
19 year-old Steven Morrissey first meets guitarist Johnny Marr,
the one who will launch Morrissey's career several years later
by aggressively enlisting him to co-found a band: The Smiths.
August 31, 1997:
19 years to-the-day since Morrissey met guitarist Johnny Marr,
Princess Diana is killed under circumstances foreshadowed
in Morrissey's work, beginning with an album by The Smiths.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO
BEFORE YOU READ ANY FURTHER!
It is certainly more than "coincidence" when all the compelling
Morrissey's work and Princess Diana's death are concentrated in such fitting places:
1. The Smiths album that announces a royal death.
2. The final Smiths compilation before Diana's death.
3. Morrissey's duet with "a harbinger of death".
4. The final Morrissey single before Diana's death.
Clues to Diana's death are found throughout the album that announces a royal death:
The etching on the vinyl edition of the album
The introduction: "TAKE ME BACK TO DEAR OLD BLIGHTY"
Song 1 - THE QUEEN IS DEAD
Song 2 - FRANKLY, MR. SHANKLY
Song 3 - I KNOW IT'S OVER
Song 4 - NEVER HAD NO ONE EVER
Song 5 - CEMETRY GATES
Song 6 - BIGMOUTH STRIKES AGAIN
Song 7 - THE BOY WITH THE THORN IN HIS SIDE
Song 8 - VICAR IN A TUTU
Song 9 - THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT
Song 10 - SOME GIRLS ARE BIGGER THAN OTHERS
The surprise ending ("Send me the pillow") that foreshadows
the final Smiths compilation before Princess Diana's death.
For his only duet before Princess Diana's death
Morrissey partners with "a harbinger of death".
In the summer that Diana will die, the most exact clue arrives
on the final Morrissey single before Princess Diana's death.
These prophetic correlations to Diana's death are affirmed by:
Morrissey's published reaction to the death of Princess Diana.
There is much
more to report from this research into Morrissey's work.
Please click on this link periodically for added items of related interest:
UPDATES / ARTICLES
After five comatose years, I've managed to prepare this revised and expanded edition of THE DIANA-MORRISSEY PHENOMENON.
Instead of all the extra elements that diluted the previous version (2000-2001) I've now included more of the clues to Diana's death.
I'm not a writer and I'm not an artist. Please judge THE DIANA-MORRISSEY PHENOMENON by its information not its presentation.
- David Alice, (August 2006)
Sometimes legitimate emails get accidentally deleted or cannot be retrieved after computer repairs.
Please continue to resend your message if you do not receive a response from me within one week.