MORRISSEY CONTACTED - Part 4

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Diana Spencer - who became Diana, Princess of Wales - was born in 1961. ...

TIME LIFE - named after magazines TIME and LIFE - was founded in 1961. ... 


"Founded in 1961 as the book division of Time Inc., Time Life took its name from Time Inc.'s cornerstone magazines, Time and Life."


 https://timelife.com/pages/about





TIME-LIFE was founded in 1961.  Princess Diana was born in 1961. ... 




In 1980, Morrissey witnessed a fleet of flying saucers that he said had an "astonishing effect" on him:


"On the evening of Sunday 9 March, he and a friend witnessed a fleet of flying saucers traveling across the sky in a hexagonal formation. 
 The sighting lasted almost a full 10 minutes and rendered him absolutely speechless.  'The whole thing had an astonishing effect on me'
 he told friends.    For days afterward he felt inexplicably strange whenever he recalled the incident.    The eerie encounter left him firmly
 convinced that the government was covering up the truth about UFOs.   ...   Now, he was the living proof that aliens scoured the Earth." 

 
- Johnny Rogan.  MORRISSEY AND MARR: THE SEVERED ALLIANCE.  Omnibus Press.  Published 1992. 


"On trips to London, Morrissey would visit Maker; on one occasion the pair were insistent that they saw 'flying saucers hover low
 and slow over Bermondsey,'  only about three hundred feet in front of them, and they reported the sighting to the UFO Society.  ...  
 '
At one point I stood on the balcony and stared directly into one hovering ship, and it STOPPED in mid-air above me, Morrissey
 wrote to his friend Lindsay Hutton.  'Without a doubt, it was watching me!' "

 
- Tony Fletcher.  A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT: THE ENDURING SAGA OF THE SMITHS.  Published 2012.


Morrissey encountered the fleet of flying saucers on March 9, 1980. ...

Princess Diana first appeared on TIME magazine on March 9, 1981. ...

Princess Diana made her second appearance on the cover of TIME magazine, on April 20. ...

In CONTACT the ET signal is transmitted in a telecast of Hitler, whose birthday is April 20. ...  





On the first anniversary of Morrissey witnessing a fleet of flying saucers, Princess Diana makes her first appearance on the cover of TIME magazine.
Weeks later, Diana's second appearance on the cover of TIME is on Hitler's birthday.  In CONTACT, the ET message arrives in a broadcast of Hitler. ...  




Princess Diana's funeral was highlighted by Elton John's performance of CANDLE IN THE WIND 1997 with lyrics about Diana. ...

CANDLE IN THE WIND 1997 was a hasty rewrite of the 1973 song CANDLE IN THE WIND that had lyrics about Marilyn Monroe. ...

The lyrics to CANDLE IN THE WIND 1997 and the lyrics to the original CANDLE IN THE WIND were all written by Bernie Taupin. ...

Bernie Taupin was born May 22. ...   

Morrissey was born on May 22. ...   




 
Princess Diana's funeral song was a rewrite of a song about Marilyn Monroe.  The lyrics to both songs were written by Bernie Taupin who has the same birthday as Morrissey. ... 




On the first anniversary (March 9, 1981) of Morrissey seeing the flying saucers, Princess Diana first appears on TIME magazine, in the upper-right corner. ... 

Marilyn Monroe's first appearance on LIFE magazine has the headline, "THERE IS A CASE FOR INTERPLANETARY SAUCERS," in the upper-right corner.
...





On the first anniversary of Morrissey witnessing a fleet of flying saucers, Princess Diana makes her first appearance on TIME magazine, in the upper-right corner. 
Decades earlier, Marilyn Monroe made her first appearance on LIFE magazine and there was a headline regarding flying saucers printed in the upper-right corner. ...




Princess Diana's funeral song, CANDLE IN THE WIND 1997, was a hasty rewrite of the original (1973) CANDLE IN THE WIND written about Marilyn Monroe. ...  

In the documentary, SAY GOODBYE NORMA JEAN AND OTHER THINGS, you see Elton John recording the vocals for the original CANDLE IN THE WIND. ...    

Elton John recorded the original CANDLE IN THE WIND while wearing what seems to be a T-shirt of Grace Kelly - a Princess who was killed in a car crash. ...   

In 1997, Elton John recorded a new version of CANDLE IN THE WIND written specifically for the funeral for Diana - a Princess who was killed in a car crash. ...   





In 1973, Elton John was filmed recording his vocals for CANDLE IN THE WIND, about Marilyn Monroe.
Elton John was wearing what strongly seems to be a T-shirt of Grace Kelly - a Princess killed in a car crash. 
In 1997, CANDLE IN THE WIND was rewritten for the funeral of Diana - a Princess killed in a car crash.
 ...  




The original version of the song CANDLE IN THE WIND with its lyrics about Marilyn Monroe was recorded by Elton John in May 1973. ... 

Marilyn Monroe was on a tabloid with the headline "5 Million Responsible American Citizens Have Seen Flying Saucers" in May 1973. ... 

In 1997, CANDLE IN THE WIND will be rewritten for Princess Diana's funeral in the same summer as the release of the film CONTACT. ... 





In May 1973, Elton John records his tribute to Marilyn Monroe, CANDLE IN THE WIND, that will be rewritten for Diana's funeral in the summer CONTACT is released.
In May 1973, Marilyn Monroe's image appears on the cover of a tabloid directly beneath the headline, "5 Million Responsible American Citizens Have Seen Flying Saucers." ...   




On the cover of that 1973 tabloid with the headlines about "Marilyn Monroe" and "Flying Saucers," the only other headline refers to the late Jayne Mansfield. ...

Inside the tabloid, the article concerning "Flying Saucers" is located on the centerfold page, where the only other article is the article about Jayne Mansfield. ...





On the tabloid cover, Marilyn Monroe's photo is beneath headlines concerning "Flying Saucers" and "Jayne Mansfield." 
Inside the tabloid, the article on "Flying Saucers" is on the centerfold accompanied by the article about Jayne Mansfield. ...




Jayne Mansfield was the 1950's Hollywood actress who was commonly referred to as "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe." ...





Jayne Mansfield was known as "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe." ... 




In 1967, Jayne Mansfield was killed in her mid-30's (34) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ...

In 1997, Princess Diana was killed in her mid-30's (36) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ... 

Those were the only two car crashes ever in which the only people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver.





Actress Jayne Mansfield and Princess Diana were victims of the only two car crashes in history in which the only three people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver.

 

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