Paris - Pere Lachaise Cimetery
8 Boulevard de Ménilmontant, 75020 Paris
GPS Coordinates 48.859255 N, 2.393787 E Jan, 31, 2020
Not far from the Eiffel Tower and the excitement of Paris, there is an eternal place of rest for Jim Morrison and Allan Kardec. The hand of luck is particularly in its place in this spot.
James Douglas Morrison (Jim) is an American singer, songwriter and poet, who served as the lead vocalist of the rock band the Doors. Buried in Paris, Cimetière du Père-Lachaise, 6e division. Inscription on the tombstone "Kata ton daimona eaytoy". Clic to know the story behind the enigmatic Greek inscription on Morrison’s grave. A Lucky hand is now on it.
Allan Kardec is the founder of spiritualism. His work today strongly influences Brazilian culture and public life. On the frontispiece above its dolmen-shaped tomb and its polished bronze bust sculpted by Paul-Gabriel Capellaro, is engraved the postulate of the doctrine: "To be born, to die, to be reborn again and keep progressing, that is the Law ". On the stele supporting the bust, one reads: "Every effect has a cause, every intelligent effect has an intelligent cause, the power of the cause is due to the magnitude of the effect. Mediums regularly come to look for inspiration on the bust of Allan Kardec reputed to be able to grant all types of wishes. A lucky hand is now placed.