OUIJA BOARD, OUIJA BOARD


OUIJA BOARD, OUIJA BOARD (1989) has a cover photo of Morrissey that is tinted silver. ...

It is the first Morrissey record ever - with and without The Smiths - that has a silver cover. ...

Silver is a colour traditionally associated with the ancient Goddess of the Moon, Diana. ...   


"The alchemists used to make an amalgam of crystallized silver.  It was known
 as Diana's tree because for the alchemists silver was Diana's color."


- THE MOON: MYTH, MAGIC AND FACT.  By Diana Brueton.  1991.


"For a certain man named Demetrius, a silversmith,
 which made silver shrines for Diana,
 brought no small gain unto the craftsmen;"


- THE BIBLE.  THE BOOK OF ACTS.  Chapter 19 Verse 24


The next Morrissey record to have a silver cover is the album MALADJUSTED. ...

MALADJUSTED is released in August 1997, the month Princess Diana will die. ...





OUIJA BOARD, OUIJA BOARD was the first Morrissey record with a silver cover.  Silver is a colour traditionally associated with the Moon Goddess Diana. 
Years later, the next Morrissey record with a silver cover is the album MALADJUSTED, released in August 1997, the month in which Princess Diana will die. ...




A Ouija Board has printed on it: the alphabet; the numbers 0-9; and the words, "Yes," "No" and "Goodbye." ...

The supposed purpose of a Ouija Board is to enable users to receive messages from the spirits of the dead. ... 





A typical Ouija Board intended for receiving messages from the dead. ... 




In his lyrics to OUIJA BOARD, OUIJA BOARD, Morrissey spells a message transmitted by a Ouija Board:


the table is rumbling
the glass is moving
"No, I was NOT pushing that time"
it spells: S - T- E- V - E - N
the table is rumbling
the glass is moving
"no, I was NOT pushing that time":
P - U - S - H - O - double F


According to his lyrics recorded in 1989, this is the 13-letter message spelled out to Steven Morrissey: 


"STEVEN__________________PUSH OFF"


Seventeen years earlier, on Steven's 13th birthday, England's ITV PLAYHOUSE broadcast the episode: 


"SEVENTEEN PERCENT SAID PUSH OFF"


The first six letters in the Ouija Board message are the first six letters in the title of the TV episode. ... 

The last two words in the
Ouija Board message are the last two words in the title of the TV episode. ... 


The TV episode premiered on Morrissey's 13th birthday, May 22, 1972. ...

Margaret Rutherford died on Morrissey's 13th birthday, May 22, 1972. ...

13 years after his 13th birthday, Morrissey named Margaret Rutherford as one of his favourite actresses, (in The Smiths 1985 tour program). ... 





On Morrissey's 13th birthday, (May 22, 1972), the show ITV PLAYHOUSE first broadcast the episode SEVENTEEN PERCENT SAID PUSH OFF.
On Morrissey's 13th birthday, (May 22, 1972), actress Margaret Rutherford died.  13 years later, Morrissey listed her as one of his favourite actresses. ...




In her last two films - released less than a week apart - Margaret Rutherford played:


"Princess" Ilaria (in the film ARABELLA first released November 29, 1967, in Italy) ...



followed by ...


"Mother" Goose (in the film THE WACKY ADVENTURES OF MOTHER GOOSE first released December 2, 1967, in the USA) ...


In 1997 - less than a week apart - two of the most revered women in the world died:


"Princess" Diana (August 31, 1997 in France) ...


followed by ...


"Mother" Teresa (September 5, 1997 in India). ... 





In 1967, Margaret Rutherford's second-last film, in which she plays "Princess" Ilaria, is released less than a week before her final film, in which she plays "Mother" Goose. ...





In 1997, the death of "Princess" Diana occurs less than a week before the death of "Mother" Teresa.




THE DIANA-MORRISSEY PHENOMENON