Friday, July 25, 2014

Saul is dead? - Andrew Griffin


Turning back the clock to 1970, the year after Coe had her relationship with Burt “Robin” Ward, issue #222 of Batman on DC Comics featured a fantastic Beatlesque/Paul is Dead storyline called “Dead Till Proven Alive” which focuses on a Sgt. Pepper-yBritish band called “The Oliver Twists.” Odd clues about the band have piqued the interest of fans and conspiracy theorists – and Dick Grayson (Robin) as well.  Fans think one of the members, “Saul Cartwright,” is actually dead-and-replaced (PID'ers refer to him as "FAUL" for Fake Paul). Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson are on the case. (Oh, did you know that this week - July 23rd - DC Comics had "Batman Day"? I have been seeing Batman refernces all over the place lately.)

This, of course, was a plot straight out of the then-hot Paul is Dead conspiracy theorywhich claimed that Paul McCartney of The Beatles had died in 1966 (the same year the Batman TV series premiered on ABC) and had been replaced by an imposter, the “PID” theory which we have addressed here at Red Dirt Report.

This particular issue of Batman is, as we noted, number 222. Paul McCartney, on his syncky Memory Almost Full album has a jazzy bonus track called “222.” That number has been coming up a lot lately, as noted in this week’s crash of TransAsia Airways GE 222 on one of Taiwan’s Penghu Islands (h/t Loren Coleman at Twilight Language)...

Read the entire article HERE

See the Batman 222 Plastic Macca Post HERE 


Tina Foster
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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Good Vibrations podcast, Vol. 42. Tina Foster Matt Sergiou re 'Paul Is Dead'

Good Vibrations podcast, Vol. 42. Tina Foster Matt Sergiou re 'Paul Is Dead' (June 18, 2014)

From Mark Devlin's website:

As 'conspiracy theories' go, the suggestion that the real Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by an impostor is right up there with JFK, 9/11 and the moon landings hoax. When first heard, the very idea sounds preposterous. But how many who scoffingly dismiss it have spent any time looking into the hard evidence for the switch? Two years ago the suggestion that Jimmy Savile could have been sexually abusing children on BBC premises for 50 years would have been greeted with similar derision.
In this volume, Mark Devlin chats with Tina Foster, proprietor of the Plastic Macca blog, (, the web's leading source of information on 'Paul Is Dead'. Also along for the ride is Matt Sergiou, who runs the Conspiro Media blog, (, documenting the darker side of the entertainment industries.
Tina goes through a multitude of evidence for McCartney being replaced, from data presented by two Italian forensic experts, to over 400 lyrical and symbolic clues placed in The Beatles' music and imagery. We revisit the comments made by Heather Mills in 2007 about her discovering 'a terrible secret' about Paul, which take on new significance if viewed from this perspective. Also discussed are some aspects of 'Paul's intriguing behaviour in recent years, and some of the occult elements of The Beatles' music. We end by speculating on who the impostor, (or impostors) may be, and on whether this secret will ever be revealed, or will remain a theory that goes with everyone to their graves.
As with all things, each listener must of course make up their own minds. but please do listen to all the information first!
Listen to the interview here.


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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A Message of Hope on Paul's Birthday

In the aftermath of James Paul McCartney's covert identity transfer, the Illuminati exploited Paul's influence and popularity for their own agenda. The first agenda the impostor served was to promote drug usage. Just as drugs were popularized by CIAlebrities, so too was a new culture of dark, demonically influenced music. Led by Paul's replacement, the counter culture became riddled with CIAlebrity hosts. To clarify, in the famous person - or the famous person's double - the seeds for transforming society were planted. Because the CIAlebrity could sway the public into thinking in certain ways, a gradual shift in consciousness could be achieved. The Illuminati sought to change public perceptions about sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. The Illuminati are aligned with dark entities. A hateful desire to control everyone causes the Illuminati to seek help from the Dark Ones. Demons, in turn, make their own demands, such as blood sacrifices or easier access to host bodies. Demons need a host body on Earth in order to "live." Possession is simply the demon taking control of the host's body. Many do not believe possession is a real event, but it does occur with some frequency. At any rate, a demon can only possess a person who has been primed. A person must have a compatible energetic vibration to the inhabiting invader before the demon can permeate the physical body. If the frequency of the energy is not a match, no possession can take place. Demons need to get people's energy down to the depths where possession can occur. To that end, cultural icons have created a society in which degraded morals have become not only accepted but venerated. Once the overall energetic frequency is lowered, each individual is more vulnerable to possession.

Once certain deceptions have been discovered, it is impossible to keep it hidden forever. Paul's disappearance was concealed in plain sight. Paul was the Beatle who insisted on integrity, honesty, and loyalty the most. As Paul was the de facto leader of the band due to his song-writing genius, replacing him with a willing stooge was the first order of business conducted by those culprits. Killing Paul was akin to cutting the head off of the snake. In the end, mankind's enemies gained control of this most influential rock band. 

In the intervening years, many have come to realize that Paul died and was impostor-replaced. Certainly, most are still blind to the deception, but enough have now awakened to cause the double trouble. On his last concert tour, it was decided that Faul might be subjected to more public scrutiny than he could handle. In the past, it was easier to play off PID as a big joke. Now, however, many are simply not buying Faul's flippant dismissals. Just as death is encroaching upon Faul, his identity as an impostor Paul McCartney is in danger of being revealed. His handlers [seem to] have decided to retire him so as to minimize his public exposure. In the beginning, Faul's public appearances were minimized and carefully controlled. As time passed, and as Faul managed to convince a suspicious public that he was Paul, he became more brazen - almost taunting people and daring them to challenge him. His overconfidence betrayed him. Paul was charming, and not abrasive as Faul is prone to be. People's minds may have been fooled by Faul, but the myriad inconsistencies stuck in the craw. Once confronted with such inconsistencies, some realized instantly that they had been deceived.

Apart from the personal tragedy regarding how the events impacted Paul and his loved ones, the PID deception brought cultural changes that did not serve the best interests of mankind. Music, fashion, culture, and moral codes were all subverted to a greater or lesser extent. Dark forces crept in to lead humanity in a certain direction. Drugs played an integral part in the strategy. Once, humans could be blindly led, but no longer. It is not just that people awoke to differences between Paul and Faul. A fundamental shift is occurring on this planet that shines light into darkness. In the light, it is not possible to hide deception and lies. As more light enters this reality, more and more secrets will be exposed. In coming to terms with PID, one allows light to enter one's consciousness. As light permeates more individuals, a shift in consciousness takes place. A sea change is expected to occur in humanity in the not-too-distant future. If and when this transpires, people's lives will be much different. This is the very change the dark forces have tried to suppress. Once the light began to flood in, however, there was really no way to stop it.

In the end, Paul's replacement attempted to do the impossible: Prevent the shift in consciousness from occurring. After Paul had gone, the dark forces had some success subverting the culture by exploiting the Beatles' enormous influence to promote their agenda. Ultimately, however, they are failing to keep people down. For now, that is enough.

Stay tuned for a PID interview with Mark Devlin of the Sound of Freedom Show on June 18, 2014.

Tina Foster 

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

"Sir" takes a break from his tour, but why?

I don't have any good theories, but this is highly unusual for a Faul tour.

News published 6/9/14...

(Reuters) - Former Beatle Paul McCartney, following his doctors' orders as he recovers from a viral illness after falling ill in Japan last month, has rescheduled some U.S. dates on his world tour.
"I'm sorry but it's going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again. I'm feeling great but taking my docs' advice to take it easy for a few more days," McCartney said in a statement released on Monday.

He is expected to make a complete recovery.

The 71-year-old Grammy-winning musician canceled his sold-out "Out There" tour dates in Japan and a concert in South Korea after being hospitalized for the illness.

The tour will resume in Albany, N.Y., on July 5. Concerts are scheduled from June 14-26 in Lubbock, Texas; Dallas; New Orleans; Atlanta; Jacksonville, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; and Louisville, Kentucky, have been rescheduled in October.

All tickets for the original shows will be honored for the new dates, according to the statement.

McCartney and drummer Ringo Starr are the only surviving members of the Liverpool band that shot to international prominence and made their U.S. television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" 50 years ago. The group's last public appearance together was in 1969.

After the group split up, McCartney formed the band "Wings" and has also had a long and successful solo career.

(Reporting by Patricia Reaney; Editing by Eric Kelsey and Dan Grebler)


Some South American fans posted concert footage on YouTube of the Peruvian "Out There" concert. It's the usual theatrics and stage gimmicks and the dude simply cannot sing. He tries, but he sings out of tune. Maybe they decided he's such a bad singer, they have to do something.

Something's up, any ideas? Whatever it is, I suspect something is being changed that was going wrong, but what?

Friday, April 11, 2014

Emilio Lari - PID Interview

Emilio Lari was the photographer for the Beatles' film "Help!" He gave an interview to Iamaphoney (pseudonym), which was used in the "The Rotten Apple" series (2006-2010) and in "The Winged Beatle" movie. He talks about Paul McCartney's death, among other things...

Emilio Lari - TheIamaphoneyInterview [EN Subtitles]


Tina Foster

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Fragments of Crowley as PID Synchronicities

Dare I delve into the "magick" works of Aleister Crowley looking for Beatles connections? Why not, it won't damn me to Satan's grasp or eternal hell, since I haven't the faintest idea what Crowley's esoteric musings mean, being clear as mud to me. Ignorance is not quite bliss, in this case, but at least I'm in no danger of complicity (I hope).

I've started reading PORTABLE DARKNESS: An Aleister Crowley Reader edited by Scott Michaelsen. Reading this stuff only because I'm trying to discern what Lennon and McCartney -- Fennon and Faul? -- (and/or their inner circle) saw in it that impressed them somehow. After all, Crowley's picture appears once or twice on the cover of the Sgt. Pepper album and has been flashed in multimedia screens at 21st century Faul's live concerts.

So, I'm assuming there must be something there.

First, let me emphasize that one would have to be an experienced Crowley scholar to get what he's saying or trying to say.

Here's some typical Crowley from his Berashith: An Essay in Ontology, "Now the multiplying of the infinitely great by the infinitely small results in some unknown finite number extended by an unknown number of categories. It happened, when this our great inversion took place, from the essence of all nothingness to finity extended in innumerable categories, that an incalculably vast system was produced. Merely by chance, chance in the truest sense of the term, we are found with gods, men, stars, planets, devils, colours, forces, and all the materials of the cosmos: and with time, space, and causality, the conditions limiting and involving them all." Huh? I guess I sort of maybe understand it, if I squint. He's describing the Big Bang?

So, perhaps Crowley was the inspiration for the character Jeremy Hillary Boob, Ph.D. in Yellow Submarine?

The Wikipedia article on Jeremy quotes him from the movie...

"Ad hoc, ad loc and quid pro quo.
So little time — so much to know!"

George Harrison: Do you speak English?
Jeremy: Old English, Middle, a dialect pure ...
Paul McCartney: Well, do you speak English?
Jeremy: You know, I'm not sure!
Ringo: He's so smart he doesn't even remember what he knows.
Paul: Hey, fellers, look!
Jeremy: [Writing with his toes] The footnotes for my nineteenth book. This is my standard procedure for doing it. And while I compose it, I'm also reviewing it!
Jeremy: If I spoke prose you'd all find out
I don't know what I talk about.
Ringo: Jeremy! Can it be you?
Jeremy: Can it be me? I think you'd better inquire of the guard,
For when I was captured, they took all my cards.
(When preparing to fight the Chief Blue Meanie) "Where ground is soft, most often grows/Arise, arise, arouse, arose! A... a rosy nose?"
(While rejoicing with the redeemed Chief Blue Meanie and Max) YES! Ah "yes" is a word with a glorious ring! A true universal euphonious thing! Engenders! Embracing! And chasing of blues! The very best word for the whole world to use!!
Well, anyway, as I read Crowley, he sounds to me like Jeremy.

Now, for a few hints at synchronicities. In Crowley's The Magical Theory of the Universe, we have, "The father of thought -- the word -- is called chaos -- the dyad." Chaos and creation in the backyard?

From the same treatise: "In the number nine, we reach the last of the purely mental qualities. It identifies change with stability." Number 9, number 9, number 9...

and, "An excellent man of great intelligence, a learned Qabalist, once amazed the master Therion by stating that the Tree of Life was the framework of the universe." Maybe I'm amazed... (neon sign says Broad Tree instead of Broadstreet).

and, "Thus, when we say that Nakhiel is the "intelligence" of the Sun, we do not mean that he lives in the sun, but only that he has a certain rank and character; and although we can invoke him, we do not necessarily mean that he exists in the same sense of the word in which our butcher exists." The infamous butcher cover?

and, "When we conjure 'Nakhiel to visible appearance', it may be that our process resembles creation -- or, rather imagination -- more nearly than it does calling-forth. The aura of a man is called the 'magical mirror of the universe'; and, so far as anyone can tell, nothing exists outside of this mirror." Notice that we now have both words, "chaos" and "creation" in the same Crowley essay. Magical mirror, he says. Right, hold a mirror up to the bass drum on the Sgt. Pepper cover.

What about all the PID clues, in general? Here's Crowley, "There is a certain natural connection between certain letters, words, numbers, gestures, shapes, perfumes, and so on, so that any idea or (as we might call it) 'spirit', may be composed or called forth by the use of those things which are harmonious with it, and express particular parts of its nature." Odd collection of things on the Sgt. Pepper cover?

Strangely, Crowley concludes The Magical Theory of the Universe with, "Solvitur ambulando: which does not mean 'Call the ambulance!'" Well, that's a bit spooky as a synchronicity to PID.

In his footnotes, Crowley says, "Chesed is Daleth, Venus the female. Geburah is the Sephira of Mars, the male." Venus and Mars are alright tonight.

End of Episode One. Stay tuned. Next week, more Crowley fragments, as we muddle through PORTABLE DARKNESS: An Aleister Crowley Reader.

Lewis Carroll
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

PID and The Palette of Narmer

What follows may be directly relevant to PID or it may be some odd coincidences, perhaps synchronicities, or it may be nothing.

I don't know why, but isn't uploading the photographs for this article, but I will let you know where to find them, as we go along.

First, I would like to mention that Aleister Crowley is featured on the cover of the Sergeant Pepper album and his image has also been projected behind Faul in live concerts over the last several years. Crowley is well known to have studied occult aspects of ancient Egypt. The same can be said of Luciferian filmmaker Kenneth Anger.
Another Faul reference to ancient Egypt is, of course, his song on the Venus and Mars album, Spirits of Ancient Egypt.
In addition, the scarab beetle is quite significant in ancient Egyptian myth in relation to Ra, the sun god. As you know, there are many references to the sun in Beatles' song lyrics.
Use google images to find: The Palette of Narmer. What is it? Well, it is one of the oldest ancient Egyptian art objects that uses pictography (carved pictures and hieroglyphics) to tell the story of the pharaoh, Narmer. It dates from circa 3000 BCE and is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Narmer was the first pharaoh (king) of ancient Egypt. He is thought to have unified upper and lower Egypt. One could think of Faul as unifying the Early Beatles with the Psychedelic or Late Period Beatles. Faul may have been the unifier and observers have said that when Brian died, Faul filled the void as the leader (or as apropos to this article: 'king') of the Beatles.
A palette is a sculpted stone that was used by the ancient Egyptians to grind pigments on for cosmetic makeup. The Palette of Narmer is thought to be a special, 'royal' palette never actually used to make cosmetics, but used as a ritual object that retained symbolically the 'theme' of makeup. Of course, there are many examples of Faul using stage makeup, just one example being the official video for Say, Say Say with Michael Jackson.
As we examine the main side of the 2-sided Palette of Narmer, we see Pharoah Narmer as the large, main figure. He is depicted as about to slay an opponent, or as may relate to PID, he is symbolically slaying 'the past' as a show of new dominance.
The smaller figure to the left of Narmer is a royal servant holding the sandals of Narmer, as what's happening is that the pharaoh has chosen to be barefoot while projecting his dominance. You will find close-ups of the Palette of Narmer on google images.
Now, obviously there is a Faul parallel to Narmer having taken off his sandals, preferring to walk barefoot when one considers the Abbey Road album cover. Art historians say that Narmer going barefoot signifies that he is victorious over a seemingly insurmountable problem in the past and now feels so self-confident in his victory, dominance and mastery of a situation that he can set his sandals aside and walk barefoot. In the Palette scene, his sandals have been picked up and are held by an assistant, the sandal bearer. Narmer is a hero 'unto himself', indicated by his choice of being seen barefooted as he slays any and all opposition.
Faul, interviewed on national TV by David Letterman, admitted that he arrived at the Abbey Road cover photo shoot in sandals, then chose to remove them and go barefoot. This is proven by photos you can find of the Beatles participating in the shoot. Faul's explanation to Letterman is that it was a hot day and he kicked off his sandals to have cooler feet on the pavement, which is absurd, as it is just the opposite of common sense. The pavement would feel hotter to the soles of the feet barefoot and cooler with sandals protecting the soles.
The garment worn by Narmer is described as finery by art historians. It bespeaks of royalty. This is not unlike the tailored business suit worn by Faul on the Abbey Road cover, certainly an expensive garment.
To the left of the sandal bearer is a rosette. One can see a rosette parallel on the cover of Faul's Red Rose Speedway, in which he sports a red rose in his mouth at the 'straight on' angle of a rosette.
You will notice a falcon to the right of Narmer on the Palette. This falcon symbolizes the god Horus.
Clutched by Horus is a special tool that was used by ancient Egyptians to pry open the mouth of a corpse during embalming. According to art historians, the significance here on the Palette is that Horus is in full control of the speech of the dead. In other words, the spoken words (and singing) of the conquered dead are now being controlled by Horus and thus can be changed to suit the victorious Narmer. This symbolizes 'propaganda', which was thought by pharaohs to be necessary, similar to Hitler and Goebbels believing that propagandistic lies were necessary for their success.
Search on google images for the official coat of arms designed by the official agency that creates these for the British royalty and government. Faul's coat of arms was presented to him on December 31, 2002, having been approved earlier in the year on his birthday. Just do a google images search for 'Sir Paul McCartney coat of arms' and you will notice the same figure of Horus in the same posture as we see on the Palette. Horus, the falcon, is seen on the Palette not only dominating the speech and song of a dead man, but the man is bearing papyrus. Papyrus was the paper used by ancient Egyptians. In relation to Paul, it could signify sheet music of songs written and published by Paul, but now dominated (via Horus) by the victorious Pharoah Narmer or in our modern connotation, Faul.
You can also see in the Palette that Horus is the 'paper back rider' in that particular hieroglyph.
Under Narmer, in the underworld, we see twins, which could symbolize one is dead and the other someday will be dead, as well. Their fingertips are almost touching which one could interpret as when Faul dies and is buried or cremated into the underworld (afterlife), he will join Paul, who is already dead. At the moment of their meeting, the fingertips of the 'twins' (the real Paul and his impostor) shall touch.
On the reverse panel of the Palette, we see a ritual procession of men shown in profile and marching in lock step with each other. This parallels the four Beatles on the Abbey Road album cover, shown in profile, marching in lock step.
To the right of this procession in the Palette, you will see dead, naked bodies lying on the ground headless. Our Beatles parallel here would be the strange, headless, naked upper torso, with "magical mystery boy" scrawled on its chest in the brief, but eerie rocking horse scene at the end of the music video for Blue Jay Way in the film Magical Mystery Tour. Lately, I have wondered if the body seen in MMT could be a morgue photo of Aleister Crowley, who was chubby and had a hairless chest that would have been consistent with that photo in the Beatles' film.
Also on this side of the Palette, powerful lions with long necks have been tamed and equalized. Perhaps we could think of the Hofner bass of Paul having a long neck and being as powerful as a lion roaring and it has, in Faul's eyes, been matched equally by the powerful playing (from Faul's point of view) on the same long necked Hofner instrument. Faul's ritualism may have required him to perform with the exact same instruments Paul used before his untimely death.
The circle in the middle reminds me of the sound hole of an acoustic guitar, perhaps the Epiphone Texan Paul used to sing Yesteday in concert and used again (the same acoustic guitar) many years later by Faul to sing the same song in concert.
Finally, at the bottom of the procession side of the Palette, we see a bull that lords over a man. This represents the strength of Narmer (Faul) in 'bullying' his way through life, easily dominating any circumstances encountered. It also represents the fear of people who stand in his way.
I'll leave you with one final, chilling note. There is a video clip (used by iamaphoney and others) of Faul reacting to a paparazzi he has just been annoyed by. Faul is heard muttering, "Poor guy, he's going to get clubbed to death." On our 'side one' of The Palette of King Narmer, the pharaoh is shown with a raised mace (a club) about to club to death his enemy.
Thanks for taking this little comparison journey with me. Like I said at the beginning of this article, the coincidences may mean something or may not, I don't know. But I hope that the strange case of 'PID and The Palette of Narmer' is as interesting to you as it is for me. There has to be a reason that Faul took those sandals off and we suspect it wasn't just "a hot day" but that there was more to it than has yet been revealed.
Lewis Carroll
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