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Originally posted by someotherguy
From an anonymous source - pointing out the height discrepancy.
...The original Beatles were a massive force for the light!
They were laughing lovely men who gave you a warm feeling inside, wrote ace music and obviously thoroughly enjoyed performing it live. I believe they were a massive force of goodness and love, with like an etheric gold shining energy coming from them.
The dark controlling forces do not let this be when it occurs in a way that effects the masses. (Look at JFK and Bob Marley). They do not want Light forces of truth and goodness to effect the masses and lift us up and wake us up. So they stamp on it and suppress it, snuff it out, nip it in the bud. And , perhaps this is what happened to the Beatles. They were a massive force that effected the masses, and they weren't going to 'co-operate' with the dark controlling forces...so they were took out. And to carry on with the juggernaut powerboat that was the Beatles, to keep cashing in and using them as a tool to manipulate the masses, they were replaced. Anyone close was bought off, or threatened, scared into submission...
Originally posted by switching yard
I've wondered why the Nobel Peace Prize has never gone to John and Yoko.
Just noticed these in the Playboy interview with John Lennon. Seems a bit odd..
PLAYBOY: John, you've been asked this a thousand times, but why is it so unthinkable that the Beatles might get back together to make some music?"
LENNON: "Do you want to go back to high school? Why should I go back ten years to provide an illusion for you [B]that I know does not exist? It cannot exist." [/B]
PLAYBOY: "Then forget the illusion. What about just to make some great music again? Do you acknowledge that the Beatles made great music?"
LENNON: "Why should the Beatles give more? Didn't they give everything on God's earth for ten years? [B]Didn't they give themselves?[/B] You're like the typical sort of love-hate fan who says, 'Thank you for everything you did for us in the Sixties... would you just give me another shot? Just one more miracle?'"
PLAYBOY: "We're not talking about miracles... just good music."
PLAYBOY: "It seems as if you're trying to say to the world, 'We were just a good band making some good music,' while a lot of the rest of the world is saying, 'It wasn't just some good music, it was the best.'"
LENNON: "Well, if it was the best, so what?"
LENNON: [B]"It can never be again! Everyone always talks about a good thing coming to an end, as if life was over.[/B]
PLAYBOY: "You keep saying you don't want to go back ten years, that too much has changed. Don't you ever feel it would be interesting... never mind cosmic, just interesting... to get together, with all your new experiences, and cross your talents?"
LENNON: "Wouldn't it be interesting to take Elvis back to his Sun Records period? I don't know. But I'm content to listen to his Sun Records.[B] I don't want to dig him up out of the grave. The Beatles don't exist and can never exist again. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey could put on a concert... but it can never be the Beatles [/B]singing 'Strawberry Fields' or 'I Am The Walrus' again, because we are not in our 20s. We cannot be that again, nor can the people who are listening."
PLAYBOY: "What about the people of your generation, the ones who feel a certain kind of music and spirit died when the Beatles broke up?"
LENNON: "If they didn't understand the Beatles and the Sixties then, what the feck could we do for them now? Do we have to divide the fish and the loaves for the multitudes again? [B]Do we have to get crucified again? Do we have to do the walking on water again because a whole pile of dummies didn't see it the first time, or didn't believe it when they saw it?[/B] You know, that's what they're asking: 'Get off the cross. I didn't understand the first bit yet. Can you do that again?' [B]No way. You can never go home. It doesn't exist." [/B]