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Paul McCartney died in 1966 - replaced by Billy Shepherd

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posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 03:31 AM
reply to post by chissler

John was too damn stubborn to buy into something like that. And if he did, in a drunken stupor that he found himself in on a daily basis, it would have slipped to somebody. Thoughts?

Excellent point!! Not to mention, the bad blood between Paul and Yoko. There is no way John would have kept that from her, and she would have jumped at the chance to spill the beans.

I've seen Paul 3 times over the years, and I guarantee he is alive and well. You will see what I mean when he sings his early stuff, such as "I Saw Her Standing There" or "Hold Me Tight" or "Yesterday" compared to the Long and Winding Road which sounds exactly the same.

by the way "Live and Let Die", is going to blow your mind!!! I'm so jealous!

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 03:31 AM
From "The Illuminati: Exclusive Interview with an Ex-Illuminati Programmer/Trainer
Part 3: How the Illuminati runs Hollywood"

... The Illuminati believe that to control the media is to control the public. This is one of their stated agendas. Remember, finances, media, law, government and education are the areas they targeted as being the best to dominate society...

Many fine actors and actresses are being used in films funded by these people. Some may know the agenda, most probably do not, as long as they receive a pay check. Some are also Illuminists as well, although I don't know who is. I do know a few, but I don't want to risk a libel suit here...

[W]e rarely discussed the media except the fact that it, too, was another tool to bring in "The New Order", which is the motivation for all Illuminists.

From "The Illuminati: Exclusive Interview with an Ex-Illuminati Programmer/Trainer
Part 15 - TV - The Perfect Mind-control Device"

Q: How about the influence of pop music? Does it pose a danger, is it used as a mind-control medium? I believe Cathy O'Brien, a CIA mind-control slave and survivor, implicated the country music scene and a number of singers as being mind-control slaves, and names Nashville, Ten. as the center.

Svali: Country music may have some, but the rock music industry is much more heavily controlled. I once watched some MTV and could NOT believe what was on it, my mouth fell open from shock. There is a song/video that is very popular right now by CrazyTown, that shows butterfly tattoos all over the people (a sign of Monarch mind control) while he sings "Come my butterfly"...later he sings about her escaping to a better world, etc.

This song is FILLED with programming images. I believe that Brittany Spears, Eminem, and others are being used by them to sing lyrics they like (ever notice that he wears a Neo-Nazi look and sings hate lyrics? This is NOT by chance). In fact, many of the top pop singers come from an internship with the "Mickey Mouse club" (yep, good old Walt the Illuminist's Empire) and I believe they are offered stardom in exchange for allegiance or mind control.

How many lyrics advocate suicide, violence, despair, or New Age spirituality in pop/rock today? Or just get a copy of the words and read (but be aware that many are possibly triggering to survivors of mind control).

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 03:39 AM

Originally posted by SednaSon

... they trucked out photos of Paul's double with an interview and said "see, he's not dead" when the point was that that guy wasn't the real Paul. They switched the focus. It was a mindf**k.

But LIFE magazine said Paul was still w/ us, so it *must* be true! lol

[edit on 20-6-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 01:50 PM
"Love in the Open Air" makes me scratch my head.

Recorded in November 1966 by The George Martin Orchestra, this soundtrack album was composed by Paul but he did not appear on it. Therefore this album can not be counted as his first solo venture even though his name appears prominently on the front sleeve.
Only 24 minutes in length the album is really a really a collection of film cues based on a single Paul tune entitled, "Love In The Open Air". George Martin then assisted Paul in arranging said tune in a variety of styles to fit in with the fifties/sixties feel of the film, including a brass band version and a Duane Eddy twangy guitar style piece...

Why only one tune arranged in a variety of different ways? Did the prolific Paul not have it in him to come up w/ more than one melody? Or was there something else going on?

[edit on 20-6-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 04:27 PM
reply to post by faulconandsnowjob

Yes, there was something else going on. He was on tour in between Rubber Soul and Revolver. And if he wasn't on tour, he was working on Revolver.

And if George Martin wasn't producing The Beatles, he was producing other musicians.


posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 04:53 PM
Or maybe Paul was dead by then & had only written one tune for that project. Besides, the Beatles US tour ended at the end of Aug. 1966, & the "Family Way" project was recorded in Nov. 1966.

Putin welcomes ex-Beatle McCartney to Kremlin before Red Square performance
May 24, 2003

MOSCOW (AP) - Paul McCartney's dream to perform on Red Square is coming
true - an event President Vladimir Putin assured him Saturday couldn't have
happened in Soviet times when the Beatles' were deemed ``propaganda of an
alien ideology.'' ...

"The Sgt. Pepper album... compresses the evolutionary development of musicology and much of the history of Eastern and Western sound in a new tympanic complexity. Then add psychedelic drugs. Millions of kids turned-on pharmacologically, listening to stoned-out electronic music designed specifically for the suggestible, psychedelecized nervous system by stoned-out, long-haired minstrels. This... is the most powerful brainwashing device our planet has ever known. Indeed, if you were an observer from a more highly evolved planet wondering how to change human psychology and human cultural development (in other words if you were a divine messenger), would you not inevitably combine electrical energies from outside with biochemical catalysts inside to accomplish your mutation?"

- Dr. Timothy Leary, from his "Thank God For the Beatles" essay.

I told Leary that, based on some of the documents I'd read, it seemed that he could have been just one of many scientist who'd been used without his knowledge by the CIA to conduct their mind control experiments.

"I've known this for ten years," Leary said.

"You were witting of it?" I asked in surprise.

"Of course," Leary said, leaning back in his chair with confidence.

I couldn't believe my ears. The CIA had created the "Psychedelic Sixties" with Timothy Leary's help?

"You were wittingly used by the CIA?" I asked again. "...During the sixties? You knew you were being used by the CIA?......"

"I knew I was being used by the intelligence agents of this country."

"I'm asking you what was the CIA's motive? What were you used for?" I said again.

"The CIA recognized what you probably haven't recognized yet, that I'm a very important national asset... "What can I say,?" Leary said.

He lit his half-smoked joint and continued. "Yeah. I saw in nineteen sixty-two or three, that there was a world struggle for the control of minds. ... "I saw, after Hiroshima, there would never be a big world war. World war would be at the neurological level, not at the level of tanks and planes and bombs...

"I proceeded as an intelligence agent since 1962, understanding that the next war for control of this planet and beyond, had to do with the control of consciousness..."

I let him talk. When he paused to catch his thought which had drifted away on a puff of muggles, I repeated the question: "Did you ever wittingly work for the CIA?"

"Yes," he answered strongly. "I was a witting agent of the CIA[.]" ...

“What are you doing for the CIA?” I said, disbelieving everything he said.
“I’m raising the intelligence of an elite… a very elite group of Americans,” he said...

- From W.H Bowarts, "Timothy Leary and the CIA."

[edit on 20-6-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 11:45 PM

Psychological Operations (PSYOP, PSYOPS) are techniques used ... to influence a target audience's value systems, belief systems, emotions, motives, reasoning, and behavior. PSYOPS are used to ... reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator's objectives... Target audiences can be governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.

... Psychological operations may be defined broadly as the planned use of communications to influence human attitudes and behavior ... to create in target groups behavior, emotions, and attitudes that support the attainment of national objectives. The form of communication can be as simple as spreading information covertly by word of mouth or through any means of multimedia.

A psychological warfare campaign is a war of the mind. Your primary weapons are sight and sound. PSYOP can be disseminated by face-to-face communication, audio visual means (television), audio media (radio or loudspeaker), visual media (leaflets, newspapers, books, magazines and/or posters). The weapon is not how its sent, but the message it carries and how that message affects the recipient...

posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 11:54 PM

When Seeing and Hearing Isn't Believing

By William M. Arkin
Special to
Monday, Feb. 1, 1999

... By taking just a 10-minute digital recording of Steiner's voice, scientist George Papcun is able, in near real time, to clone speech patterns and develop an accurate facsimile...

Whereas early voice morphing required cutting and pasting speech to put letters or words together to make a composite, Papcun's software developed at Los Alamos can far more accurately replicate the way one actually speaks. Eliminated are the robotic intonations...

Video and photo manipulation has already raised profound questions of authenticity for the journalistic world. With audio joining the mix, it is not only journalists but also privacy advocates and the conspiracy-minded who will no doubt ponder the worrisome mischief that lurks in the not too distant future.

"We already know that seeing isn't necessarily believing," says Dan Kuehl, "now I guess hearing isn't either."

[edit on 20-6-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 12:59 PM
LA, Aug 28, 1966

San Francisco, Aug 29, 1966

(Aug 19 (Memphis) on left, Aug 29 on right)

Anyone notice anything interesting about the bangs?

[edit on 21-6-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 02:40 PM
CranBerry Sauce, oh yeah, that makes perfect sense. What an amazing phrase, I could see why they had to squeeze this in edgewise in the manner in which it is done.

Except Cran sounds nothing like I, the 'C' has a very distinct sound that I definitely do not hear.

Bury, or berry, there is no denying this world.

Paul sounds nothing like sauce, and this last word is hard to make out, BUT I definitely do not hear the sound of an 'S', which once again is a very distinct sound that would be hard to disguise. The last word has to be something like Paul or Ball Pull, but nothing with an 'S'.

I hear three very distinct words that sounds exactly like "I Buried Paul" even if they are almost buried under the music at the end of the song.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:05 PM
In my 'short' time looking into this I find i have been dragged into something.

Something smells. I'm not quite sure what but I feel that something is going on.

It's piqued my interest.

Curious stuff.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:06 PM
reply to post by poet1b

You think it makes more sense that the producer and engineers would allow Lennon to spill the beans on their coverup and conspiracy by recording and mixing the phrase "I buried Paul"? That's just ridiculous.

If no one TOLD you Lennon said "I buried Paul" then you wouldn't be hearing THAT, either.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:34 PM

Originally posted by eightonefive
I don't know what's more ridiculous, this subject, or the fact that I've taken the time to read every post. what's wrong with me?

I know - me too!

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:54 PM
So Paul died in 1966.

Afterwards, the stubborn John Lennon proceeded to collaborate with a fake Paul McCartney on seven albums. And rather than taking control over writing music, he allowed an imposter of his dear friend to freely write music that would be put out by his band.

A fake was behind "Hey Jude" and "Let it Be"?

John Lennon was not only disappointed in the Sgt. Pepper album, but he was also outright annoyed that some of the material he written was being put on this album and he knew it only clashed with some of the other content. However, he allowed it to happen. And he allowed it to happen for an unknown fake that he knew for a couple of months?

Sgt Pepper was released in 1967. The Magical Mystery Tour, a colossal failure and outright embarrassment at the time, that was 100% Paul's idea and was the driving force behind, was released in 1967. John, George and Ringo allowed a fake to do this? Brian Epstein had just passed and was no longer there to direct, however Neil Aspinell who was with them since the beginning allowed this fake to do over? And then without taking any time off, the White Album was released in '68 followed by Yellow Submarine in 1969. Abbey Road was released next, which was actually their last recorded album together, and it was a great time doing so as it has been reported. However, Let it Be, which was recorded prior to Abbey Road, was a nightmare to record and it pushed the guys to the brink. At the heart of some of the issues was Paul. So this fake Paul had this influence over them?

John Lennon, being directed by Yoko Ono at this point, would have allowed this to happen?

All of the ridiculous .gif images and nose jobs or fake ears that anyone can produce does nothing to off-set the simple fact that these personalities and egos would not go for it. Look at who wrote what and during the time it was written. This theory does not add up.

Extremely interesting and from simply a physical stand point, I concede that it makes you wonder. But it ends there. And for this to be legitimately considered, it needs to go beyond his nose, etc.

Less than 2 years having known John Lennon and likely having never met, maybe once or twice, his son Julian, the fake Paul McCartney has the foresight to write the greatest song of all-time in "Hey Jude".

That makes sense.

[edit on 6-21-2009 by chissler]

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:00 PM

Originally posted by chissler

Extremely interesting and from simply a physical stand point, I concede that it makes you wonder. But it ends there. And for this to be legitimately considered, it needs to go beyond his nose, etc.

This is more-or-less where I stand. Admittedly it is intriguing, but as Chissler pointed out there were so many strong egos involved with The Beatles that it makes this theory sound absurd...., what if they DID know and were really the tools of 'the Illuminati'? 0.o

That is something that I just can't allow myself to comprehend because it opens a whole can of worms about the nature of reality, about the Society of the Spectacle and about how we've all been *willingly* hoodwinked over the years.

Nah, I'm too much of a pussy to let myself go there.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:04 PM
Chissler, all very strong points.The possibility is maybe John Lennon wrote the song "Hey Jude" and then simply said Paul wrote it to keep the continuity of Paul appearing to write songs as well as him.Maybe Faul is taking credit for John Lennons work purposfly to keep the illusion strong. Maybe Paul creating Sgt.Peppers was trully all Lennon again giving credit to Faul to help sell it. I agree its completely rediculous that Paul is dead, But like you said yourself in a earlier post " where theres smoke there is fire".

Also as many musicians do they can pay others to write songs for them, or if its a mil op then there would be mil writers.

Just my thoughts on your post.

This is the video set that convinced me the most. Its probably been posted earlier in the thread but its really good ,7 parts.

[edit on 21-6-2009 by dntwastetime]

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:14 PM
reply to post by dntwastetime

John and Paul freely exchanged their work as they did with other bands at the time, ie the Rolling Stones. However, in the latter years of the Beatles, writing music almost became a competition for the two and who could produce more and fill their albums. When they went in a certain direction for Sgt. Pepper, it became obvious to John that more of Paul's work was going to be used and it was more-or-less, his album. And what work of John's was used, it didn't really make a lot of sense. That annoyed him. It began the resentment that John felt towards Paul for several years which I believe contributed to the demise of the Beatles and the friction between the two in the early 70's. So considering this is what I believe, I don't see it as a slight possibility that John would give him credit for something he didn't do or was not even capable of accomplishing.

Early Beatles music was purely Lennon/McCartney. In the latter years, while most of their music was still credited to Lennon/McCartney, it wasn't a secret who wrote it. For instance, Lennon wrote "All you need is love". And Paul wrote "Hey Jude". George wrote "Here Comes the Sun". In the latter years an effort was made to be clear with who wrote what. They all wrote individually as solo artists, but filtered the music through the Beatles. In the early years, John and Paul wrote their music together.


Their last concert at Candlestick park in San Francisco certainly coincides with this "accident" where Paul died. And with the lack of touring afterwards, it seems to reinforce this possible theory. However, it wasn't much of a secret that the Beatles were terrified for their own safety and were in the process of becoming a studio band and stopping to tour. They performed non-stop for almost 10 years. Hugely successful internationally for almost 3 years with non-stop touring, 300+ shows a year. It was coming to an end and everyone knew it. It wasn't a secret even before this alleged night that Paul died.

[edit on 6-21-2009 by chissler]

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:20 PM

Originally posted by NovusOrdoMundi

Originally posted by Excitable_Boy
Billy Shepherd was also known as Neil Aspinall

That's interesting considering Neil Aspinall died on March 23rd, 2008. It's especially interesting that Paul McCartney is doing interviews and made many public appearances after March 23rd, 2008.

So who did they do plastic surgery on and hire to impersonate Neil Aspinall impersonating Paul McCartney?
This is the 21st century you know.They must have a paul cloning factory established somewhere by now.But really.From what i gathered the Rolling Stones had Paul assasinated,the British secret service recruited and surgicaly altered someone to replace him and with help from France covering up not only paul's but Brian Epsteins death too?Can they bring back Jim Morrison?I really miss that nut.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:25 PM
Neil Aspinall was a child-hood friend of Paul's who drove the Beatles around in the early days. He became an assistant to the band as they began to grow bigger and bigger and took a larger role in their operations as time went by. Nobody was with the Beatles longer than him. He was there before Brian Epstein and long after he passed.

He ran Apple Records when they created the company and intended to do so temporarily until a more suitable person was found. Apparently he ran it until 2007. Go figure.

To say Neil Aspinall was Billy Shepherd makes as much sense as to say John Lennon was actually George Harrison.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 05:46 PM
I saw on a PID-related forum something about the band Marmalade recording 'Obladi Oblada' before The Beatles and it reaching number one.

If this is so, why didn't The Beatles sue them?

Am I clutching at straws?

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