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Not sure when the first 'Beatles Conspiracy' started but the earliest I can find is when, in 1969, a Detroit DJ named Russ Gibb received an anonymous phone call from a man named "Tom" saying that The Beatles albums contained hidden clues indicating that Paul McCartney has actually died.

There's probably too much conspiracy to bother creating different threads.

Maybe it's best to keep all the information contained to one thread if people are interested in such a thing.
Im trying to find a solid tavistock link. Any luck?
They were obviously a beta test for manipulating young women.
(01-15-2014 05:37 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Im trying to find a solid tavistock link. Any luck?

Not sure about 'solid' but I think we did have a pretty conclusive link back on the OG a while back.

Redneck probably has the info nearby.
There is a link to Theodor Adorno and the style of music they played. Some of their instrumentals are incredibly complex, and it was admitted that they were poor at writing music. None of the Beatles had ownership of their songs either, which is usually a sign that they did not write them. They would have to have been extremely foolish to sign away ownership of their music if it was truly their creation. Doesn't seem very plausible to me.

From there, we must ask ourselves who might have helped right their music? Theodor Adorno seems a likely suspect. I was trying to find a legitimate article on the sound of The Beatles with 2 references to Adorno and another composer, who Adorno worked with. Both of them wrote about the such complex music in the 40's. Hardly damning evidence by itself, but their is certainly a preponderance of evidence suggesting the Beatles were not completely legit.

I stumbled upon this while looking for that article.

http://www.thebeatlesneverexisted.com/ct...=144&t=409
coleman's theory is ridiculous (imo of course). the beatles were great songwriters for their time.

they did have help though, most notably george martin.
Offhand, I remember that when George Martin signed The Beatles their problem with getting signed was that, despite being good singers, their songs were terrible.

It only makes sense that somebody like Theodor Adorno would have been hired.

Adorno had ties to Tavistock and supposedly devised what was known as the 12 atonal system of music.



There is also evidence to suggest that the 'screaming and fainting girls' seen on the Ed Sullivan appearance was basically planted ahead of time as a way of introducing The Beatles and this new form of rock-n-roll to the American teenage public.
To get the the song "I Am The Walrus".

Supposedly, when the three Beatles and Brian Epstein were called to the seen of the wreck, one of the police officers commented when seeing Paul's body, which supposedly has been decapitated and burned in the car fire, "looked like a Walrus".

John Lennon heard the comment and immediately became upset with the police officer.



The "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album immediately kicks off with the introduction of the "New Paul".



And ends with a Lennon tribute to the "Old Paul", who had just passed on in a car accident.

The "New Paul" makes an appearance in the middle that describes being called upon the fill his new role.



(01-16-2014 04:23 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote: [ -> ]The "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album immediately kicks off with the introduction of the "New Paul".




it was the introduction of a fictitious, alter ego group.
(01-16-2014 04:01 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote: [ -> ]There is also evidence to suggest that the 'screaming and fainting girls' seen on the Ed Sullivan appearance was basically planted ahead of time as a way of introducing The Beatles and this new form of rock-n-roll to the American teenage public.

I 100% believe this

Even today kpop uses fake screaming fans
(01-16-2014 04:31 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-16-2014 04:01 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote: [ -> ]There is also evidence to suggest that the 'screaming and fainting girls' seen on the Ed Sullivan appearance was basically planted ahead of time as a way of introducing The Beatles and this new form of rock-n-roll to the American teenage public.

I 100% believe this

Even today kpop uses fake screaming fans

yes. this was absolutely manufactured. much like it is today.
(01-16-2014 03:55 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote: [ -> ]Offhand, I remember that when George Martin signed The Beatles their problem with getting signed was that, despite being good singers, their songs were terrible.

It only makes sense that somebody like Theodor Adorno would have been hired.

Adorno had ties to Tavistock and supposedly devised what was known as the 12 atonal system of music.




Just need a solid link or source. Im apt to believe they were a social engineering exercise... But cant find the smoking gun. This would be very useful for me lol
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