Beatles lyric reveal

“While my guitar gently weeps”. From the lyrics, and the appropriately mournful music, it seems that these guys knew something about the dark cult abuse going on:

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I agree. If you listen closely to music lyrics you will often find that the artists knew about or were directly involved in some dark, occult agendas. The same is true of filmmakers. It seems that the entertainment industry is full of this sort of thing.

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enter-tain(t)-ed: thats what the billions r. to the core, starting with counter-reformation.
entertainment with abcia is quite the same as from the ‘renaissance’. overseers everywhere

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This is the Sgt Pepper album cover and in the upper left corner there is a man whom I circled in red in the picture. That man is Alister Crowley and a well known satanist.

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Oh… I don’t know, it seems like a bit of a stretch. Paul McCartney died in an automobile accident in the 1960s, right? LOL

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I understand that it is a surprise so I am bringing out the microscope:


Here is a Guardian article reading that it is Alister Crowley:

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Furthermore:

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I am not at all trying to be right and win an argument at all, I just wanted to share something I learn about and believe me I as bewildered.

I would be very happy if this was not correct since I listened to the Beatles when I was younger and I now stay away from them because of this.

Thank you

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beatles has(/have?) a very interesting background if i am right. very mixed, intricate web of influences.
i just ‘let it be’ … :wink:

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agreed,
just being careful about what has an influence on me.
No judgments, just being careful.

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I guess people claim a tie between them and the Tavistock Institute.

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Nothing to see here.

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The word’s in the song sure portray a dark message.
I remember when John said the Beatles were more popular than God, it sure caused an uproar.

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Just listen to, and actually think about the lyrics for “Imagine”.

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I’m the odd one who never cared much for the Beatles.
It all seemed so mixed up at the time.
Then there was the Charlie Manson matter, and he kept saying the Beatles songs were directed at him.
It was all bizarre and made no sense.
I read “Helter Skelter” when it was published, but was too young and naive to read between the lines.
When recent events started to unfold, memory connected the dots, and the puzzle pieces started to fall into place.
In hindsight, IMO, everything is all connected and not coincidence.

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from Spacespeare above … “It seems that the entertainment industry is full of this sort of thing.”
… and so is the church (there really is nothing more magical). … see The Dictionary of the History of Ideas and The Journal of the History of Ideas.

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You won’t get any disagreements from me on that, Scarmoge.

and are those four on the left of the "Fab 4 " themselves in a previous presentation? Are they saying the Fab 4 in the costumes are replacements for those other earlier incarnations? And is that a potential Kali under the “T”?