Elvis and Michael Jackson's death similarities

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Re: Elvis and Michael Jackson's death similarities

  • on: April 04, 2012, 04:26:34 PM
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Re: Elvis and Michael Jackson's death similarities

  • on: April 04, 2012, 06:35:46 PM
Thank you for posting Sim.
The musician Gabriel Star in "Fated" seems to have many parallels with Michael, though the difference is that the musician did a suicide attempt and Michael didn't.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaDz6rk5E5c [/youtube]

http://splashpage.mtv.com/2009/10/15/comic-book-written-by-michael-jackson-on-the-way/

Michael worked on the book earlier and Deepak Choprah finished the book and it is probably published in June 2010 which was supposedly Michael's intention, the parallels are obvious and I'm sure the book would lift some eyebrows and make people think. There are NO coincidences here. In the video I read "abandoned in his fame", the word "abandoned" was also used very often during the trial and in the media  "MJ was abandoned by his physician Dr. Murray.", a parallel? Yes I think so.

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Re: Elvis and Michael Jackson's death similarities

  • on: April 04, 2012, 07:17:22 PM
Thank you for your kind words and for adding this video , everlastinglove_MJ , love you  :bearhug: :bearhug:
And you're right, there are NO coincidences!!  :icon_e_wink: :icon_e_wink:

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Re: Elvis and Michael Jackson's death similarities

  • on: April 28, 2012, 12:41:48 PM
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"As all insiders know, the King of Rock 'n' Roll never really passed away but went into hiding, assuming the name of his stillborn twin, Jesse. The first person to reveal this to me was the late, great singer-songwriter Mr Wally Tax of the Amsterdam band The Outsiders, while it was confirmed years later by one of EP's brightest flames via e-mail. I improvised the lyrics spontaneously based on the classic 1970s tribute by the English band Mud, "Lonely This Christmas" - so R.I.P. Les Gray, and Long Live Jesse! I would like to dedicate this modest tribute to the courageous and wonderful Ms Linda HS, and to Jesse himself, of course!

IT MUST BE LONESOME FOR JESSE
Try to imagine a star who's not the same
And try to imagine a man who's not to blame / That's where he'll be when he left himself
His smile could melt our eyes / What can we do without you
Whose songs may merit the Nobel Prize? / It must be lonesome for Jesse
Without an audience to hold / It must be so lonesome for Jesse
Lonesome and cold ... / It'll be cold, oh so cold
Without any fans to hold / For brave Jesse
Each time I recall / The day when rock 'n' roll died
How I would listen / To your em'rald songs ev'ry night
But like a phoenix, you rose again / From the ashes that were a hoax
Despite disbelief and some mayhem / The King of Rock went up in smoke
It must be lonesome for Jesse / Without an audience to hold
It must be so lonesome for Jesse / Lonesome and cold ...
It'll be cold, oh so cold / Without fans to hold
For brave Jesse

[Parlando]: Dear Jesse, remember the night you jammed with Wally at Graceland many years ago -- you never suspected the song would be over one day -- and he remembered thinking that Rock must've been made for your voice, that gold-plated voice caressing the notes with such zest, filling our hearts with such joy ... so your come-back means so very, very much to us, even though right now ... [CHORUS]
Have a bright summer, dear Jesse, wherever you are!
***
By way of additional info, here's part of my contribution to the Wikipedia article on EP that was erased almost immediately by those parties who apparently cannot live with the truth for reasons best known to themselves, entitled "Elvis lives?" (Contribution to Wikipedia article on the Elvis Presley Phenomenon posted on 30 September 2009 by Frankly Speaking):

The so-called Wax Body Theory remains intriguing, when considering the following circumstances,
presented as facts by its various supporters:


1. Elvis Presley's custom-made coffin weighed 900 pounds. Funeral attendants reported that the air around it was unusually cool, leading to suspicion of a built-in AC unit to keep a wax body (i.e. replica of Elvis' corpse) cool;
2. The face presented to the mourners featured oddly arched eyebrows and a pug nose, even though Elvis had undergone plastic surgery (a nose job to elongate his rather Indian-looking nose into a classical one for his movie career in Hollywood;
3. Elvis weighed approximately 250 pounds at the time of his "death", but his death certificate reduced this to a mere 170 pounds, in keeping with the appearance of the wax body;
4. Elvis was a karate expert with an 8th degree black belt, so his hands were visibly calloused, whereas the body laid in the coffin had soft and pudgy, rather effeminate hands;
5. One of the trademark Presley sideburns came off because the wax body was seen to be "sweating", i.e. melting, and a hairdresser later reported gluing it back on;
6. Two hours after the public announcement of Elvis' death, a man who looked like a dead ringer for Elvis purchased a plane ticket for Buenos Aires under the name of John Burrows, an alias Elvis had used on several occasions, and one that was reported in government documents;
7. A number of Elvis' most prized books such as his Bible, Chiro's Book of Numbers, and the Autobiography of a Yogi all disappeared after his alleged death, never to be recovered;
8. Elvis' record company RCA showed uncanny foresight by releasing millions of his recordings and merchandise, and his manager Colonel Tom Parker was spotted wearing a pair of Hawaiian shorts on the day of the funeral, a sign of remarkable disrespect in any culture, if it had not been for the fact that he had no reason to mourn;
9. Two days before his alleged death, Elvis called a lady friend named Miss Foster to tell he he had canceled his upcoming tour and that she should not believe anything she would read about him. A polygraph test described in "Elvis, Where Are You?" showed that she was not lying;
10. A former paramour named Lucy de Barbon received a single rose in the mail on the day after Elvis' alleged death with a card identifying the sender as "El Lancelot", her secret pet name for Elvis, unbeknownst to anyone else;

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Elvis and Michael Jackson similarities. Nice video.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59TO_yn3jE0&feature=share[/youtube]

yes, it's obvious that he faked his death. his life was almost an exact replica of elvis's life. in an interview with oprah, lisa presley told her that MJ was asking her all the time about her father's death and how things were done..he was planning this long ago. she said that he even told her that he thinks he's going to end up like her dad. so basically this was a plan from the start.the plan of faking his death.

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Thank you for posting Sim.
The musician Gabriel Star in "Fated" seems to have many parallels with Michael, though the difference is that the musician did a suicide attempt and Michael didn't.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaDz6rk5E5c [/youtube]

Comic Book Written By Michael Jackson On The Way?

Michael worked on the book earlier and Deepak Choprah finished the book and it is probably published in June 2010 which was supposedly Michael's intention, the parallels are obvious and I'm sure the book would lift some eyebrows and make people think. There are NO coincidences here. In the video I read "abandoned in his fame", the word "abandoned" was also used very often during the trial and in the media  "MJ was abandoned by his physician Dr. Murray.", a parallel? Yes I think so.

L.O.V.E.

P.S. Sim probably needless to say that I love reading your thread...well I'll say it anyway. Thanks Sim  :bearhug:




Everlastinglove_MJ, in addition to the connection of the words "abandoned in his fame" to the Conrad Murray trial, in the song Stranger in Moscow Michael sings "Here abandoned in my fame, armageddon of the brain". So even the lyrical connection shows that this book might have some important details, if it's ever released.  This Gabriel Star is definitely an extension, perhaps an alterego of some sort to Michael. 
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