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Operation Wandering Soul / "The End" Remix

Operation Wandering Soul / "The End" Remix mp3

The http://psywarrior.com/wanderingsoul website presents an extremely large amount of information about psyops in several military organizations.

Ghost Tape Number 10/WANDERING SOUL
https://youtu.be/4d9H_1ygEv8

Published on Jul 7, 2012
http://psywarrior.com/wanderingsoul Also known as "Ghost Tape Number 10" was an audio mix the US military used for psychological operations in the Vietnam War against the North Vietnamese. It played deeply on the Vietnamese belief of ancestor worship, spirits and the afterlife.The Wandering Soul was played on loudspeakers installed on helicopters, PCF boats or by infiltrating infantry 'loudspeaker teams' on known enemy areas usually at night deep within the jungle.


"It exploited the belief among many of the Vietnamese people that once a person is dead the remains must be placed in an ancestral burial ground or that person will forever wander aimlessly in space. The tape was so effective that we were instructed not to play it within earshot of the South Vietnamese forces, because they were as susceptible as the Viet Cong or North Vietnamese Army. Wandering Soul' broadcasts of eerie sounds intended to represent the souls of enemy dead who have not found peace (i.e. by being buried in the village family plot)...the idea was that the sounds would at least get a Communist soldier to think about where his soul would rest in the likely event of his being killed far from home." - LTC Raymond Deitch, 6th PSYOP Battalion Commander

http://psywarrior.com/wanderingsoul




"The End" was used in Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 Vietnam film, Apocalypse Now, both in the opening sequence and during the end.

In 1969, Morrison stated:

Every time I hear that song, it means something else to me. It started out as a simple good-bye song... Probably just to a girl, but I see how it could be a goodbye to a kind of childhood. I really don't know. I think it's sufficiently complex and universal in its imagery that it could be almost anything you want it to be.

Interviewed by Lizze James, he pointed out the meaning of the verse "My only friend, the End":

Sometimes the pain is too much to examine, or even tolerate... That doesn't make it evil, though -- or necessarily dangerous. But people fear death even more than pain. It's strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over. Yeah -- I guess it is a friend...


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_End_(The_Doors_song)