Patricia (Kennealy) Morrison of the Doors is a Wiccan/Celtic Witch!

She Grew up in the same Town the Amityville Horror House is in!


Kathleen Quinlan as Patricia Keanelly in "The Doors"

Kennealy nude as portrayed in "The Doors" (photo edited for indecency)

Married in a Witch Ceremony to Jim Morrison

Witch Coven High Priestess Patricia Kennealy-Morrison, grew up in the Town of Babylon that the Amityville house is in. The Village of Amityville is located in the Town of Babylon, and there was a claim she had precognition which is the ability to foretell the future. She was an early Wiccan and also lived near Ray Buckland who started modern Wicca in America and created the country's first Coven.

"Jim Morrison met Patricia Kennealy in January 1969, at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.  A tall, attractive redhead, Patricia was then the editor of Jazz & Pop, an influential rock trade magazine. In June 1970, Jim and Patricia were married in a Celtic Pagan handfasting ceremony (this info is straight from Patricia herself, this event has been disputed by others who knew Jim)." SOURCE

She married Jim Morrison in a witch hand-fasting ceremony. In the witch marriage ceremony blood was spilled and a knife was used. Mrs. Morrison said, "there were ceremonial cuts upon himself in the handfasting. (Page 383, Strange Days) In this pagan, some say demonic, ceremony they used a dagger to cut themselves. In Mrs. Morrison's words, I make two tiny cuts on the inside of my left wrist, carefully over the bone; we don't want to slice any arteries here. and "blood wells up immediately." (Page 172) Her and Jim Morrison then mix their blood. (Page173)

She is most well known for her portrayal in the movie "The Doors" by Oliver Stone where she is portrayed, in the word of Patricia Kennealy-Morrison herself, "they cut each other's wrists and drink some blood" and "its what real witches do." (Page 379, Strange Days) She furthermore said that there was "an accusation that she killed Jim by witchcraft" in Morrison biographies. (Page 403, Strange Days)

She once said, ...I will cut the throat of Oliver f**king Stone. (Page 380)

Quotes from "Strange Days" by Patricia Kennealy, 1992


Photo to right: Patricia Kennealy as a student, where she lived in the same town that the famous Amityville horror house is in. Her childhood home was right between the Amityville Horror House and Ray Buckland's Coven. It was the first modern Witch's Coven outside of England.

In the movie she said to Jim Morrison, F**k Me, Rock God!

In an Interview with Raymond H. Thompson in 1988, Kennealy states..

"In one of my former lives I probably was an ancient Celt, but I think I would vastly prefer being a future Kelt. One can have it both ways: battles with swords on the one hand, computers, air-conditioning, and all the comforts of home on the other." SOURCE

Comment from author of

Wicca is of the Devil, and so is Patricia Kennealy. Wiccans may not acknowledge the Devil, but the Word of God teaches his existence (2nd Corinthians 11:14; 1st Peter 5:8). This article further exposes the satanic agenda behind rock-n-roll music. 

So many people blindly turn on the radio and fail to realize the type of people who are singing the music that is working it's way into their hearts. No wonder Satan is called the "prince of the power of the air" (radio and TV waves). 

Everywhere we go nowadays, we hear the music of homosexuals like Elton John, God haters like the Beatles, Satanists like the Rolling Stones, drug addicts like the Beach Boys, and Witches like The Doors. Is it any wonder why Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys said...

"We were doing witchcraft, trying to make witchcraft music." Brian Wilson quoted in Nick Kent's The Dark Stuff (pg.27.)

Elton John's songs were written using witchcraft lyrics, penned by Bernie Taupin (author of Devil At High Noon). The music industry (and movie industry too) worships Pan.

Ozzy Osbourne loves Pan...

Both Satanists and Wiccan witches adore and worship the Pagan god, Pan, the world's most infamous sex predator! Pan is the embodiment of Rock 'N' Roll music!

Heavy Metal rocker and known Satanist, Ozzy Osbourne, has featured Pan on all of his recent album covers (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008). Ozzy is bound for Hell. The Rock 'N' Roll industry is infamous for worshipping Pan, who is the very embodiment of Rock music. Pan represents Satan, which is what the ever-so-popular Satanic hand sign (more signs) shows, allegiance to the Beast, the coming Antichrist. Walt Disney features a little girl falling in love with Pan in PAN'S LABYRINTH.

Don't be fooled friend, rock-n-roll music will take you to Hell, which is exactly where it came from.

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Aleister Crowley and Scientology
(Ron Hubbard carried on Crowley's satanic works)

Pan's Labyrinth

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