Friday, October 7, 2016

"Strawberry Fields Forever": Post-Paul Programming in Beatles' Music

Strawberry Fields Forever - Restored HD Video



Lyrics


Let me take you down
'Cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields
Nothing is real
And nothing to get hung about
Strawberry Fields forever

Living is easy with eyes closed
Misunderstanding all you see
It's getting hard to be someone
But it all works out
It doesn't matter much to me

Let me take you down
'Cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields
Nothing is real
And nothing to get hung about
Strawberry Fields forever

No one I think is in my tree
I mean it must be high or low
That is you know you can't tune in
But it's all right
That is I think it's not too bad

Let me take you down
'Cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields
Nothing is real
And nothing to get hung about
Strawberry Fields forever

Always know sometimes it's me
But you know I know when it's a dream
I think I know I mean a "Yes"
But it's all wrong
That is I think I disagree

Let me take you down
'Cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields
Nothing is real
And nothing to get hung about
Strawberry Fields forever

[I buried Paul]

Dr. Hans Utter discusses "Strawberry Fields Forever" at approx. 1:30:00 in the video below:


Dr. Hans Utter – “Music, Mind Control, and Psychobiology, Pt. 6” – #237


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTrNRlLlvqk


Here is a summary of the points Dr. Utter made:

There is one-eyed Illuminati symbolism in the promotional video
Piano strings are splayed out like innards or like a maze or spider web
There are 13 beads on the power line, which is a satanic number 
The music sounds like one is going down a tunnel [rabbit hole?]
The tension in the song feels like one is trapped in the psychological space of “Strawberry Fields”
The use of Aleister Crowley-inspired backwards music (reverse temporal loop) and weird musical dissonances in song (recorded twice and spliced together, but are not quite aligned) mirror a Batesonian schizoid split
The swirling sounds seem to map interior psychic space
The lyrics seem to create a double bind psychological loop that imposes social control
The Beatles are authority figures manipulating the inner mental space 
They manipulate the listener by bringing him/her close, then dismissing them ("doesn’t matter much to me")
John Lennon (the singer) takes the role of the puppet master, in that he knows it’s a dream, but you might not
Lennon is a wishy washy persona that is embedding "wisdom" (first he says yes, then no)
"Let me take you down" appears to be a hypnotic suggestion leading to an altered state
"Nothing to get hung about" may refer to the Hanged Man in the Tarot, which could symbolize the death of the self 
The tree metaphor could refer to the Tree of Life, or of Jesus being hanged on the cross or hanged from a tree. This could mean that the listener is free from making such a sacrifice
"No one I think is in my tree" could mean that there is no savior
"I mean it must be high or low" may be an inversion of the values represented by the Tree of Life
"Nothing is real" - does this mean everything is permitted? As in Crowley's "do what thou wilt" philosophy?
The lyrics suggest that you can’t know - turn on, tune in (to neural network in brain?), drop out,  which destabilizes the personal identity
Hypnotic language and embedded hypnotic suggestions encourage the listener to not think, which furthers a dumbing down agenda, which leads to easier social control
These mind control techniques will be more effective if the listener does not notice

In my opinion, "Strawberry Fields Forever" appears to be an experiment in mass hypnosis. Certain concepts are being implanted in the listener's mind. The Illuminati will use any avenue available to them to increase their control. I think Paul McCartney was against using music to disseminate subliminal messages to the masses. 

Pray for the lost souls.



The Luciferian Deception



8 comments:

  1. powerful music, there was a jukebox in a desert resort, with a fantastic sound system and i recall putting it on over and over ...

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  2. Thanks again, Tina for all your hard work. Keep going and the truth will be revealed.

    To me, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" is another great example of the mind-control agenda. There is something haunting and hypnotic about that song, phonically. Also, lyrically, "I don't know how someone controlled you/They bought and so-old you," and the bit about being "inverted" reminds me of "SFF."

    On a personal note, that is one of The Beatles songs I played repeatedly, over and over, hours on end. Perhaps mass mind control, there too? Any thoughts?

    But back to "SFF," can you please clear up the last lyric bit? It does sound like "I buried Paul," (and as a child, that was my first thought. I recall thinking, "why would John have buried Paul?") but on The Beatles Anthology 2, where the lyrics can be heard much more clearly, it does sounds like "cranberry sauce." Was that John being coy in the demos so as to pass the "I buried Paul" bit in the final take? Or, is this an example of the-powers-that-be rerecording/dubbing (years later) to muddle the PID truth while the anthologies were first released (1995-96)?

    Gratefully yours, in Truth.

    --Justice for Paul + Truth for us All = PID is real

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    1. I think WMGGW is a haunting song that exhibits George Harrison's personal pain and anguish. It is a catharsis for him and a cathartic song for the listener.
      By far the best song on White Album. Speaking of the White Album, let's talk abt the photographic collage inside and all the PID + replacement clues there!

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    2. Hello Anonymous -- yes, please! Share your thoughts on the White Album photo collage that you feel are PID clues. I really would like to hear your thoughts. Some of the photos in the collage do seem very REAL JPM-like. Or, Tina? Do weigh in, please.

      Also, sort of a side note... I do believe Paul was replaced in 1966, but there is something about the live Apple Rooftop "Let it Be" concert that seems much more Paul than Faul. I do believe there were multiple replacements before getting stuck with Sir Faul, and for me, as a PID-er, I still struggle with some of the photos from India, the White Album collage, and sometimes from Let it Be footage, too.

      Any thoughts, Anonymous or Tina? Again, I am 100% certain Paul was replaced, but some of the photos and footage from those two points in time feel a little more authentically Paul to me, and so those are my catching points.

      For instance, childhood photos of REAL JPM show a widow's peak, and flashes of the hairline at the Live Apple rooftop concert seem to show a widow's peak. Sir Faul does not seem to have one.

      Also, in the White Album era photos and shots from India, and some of the "Let it Be" photos/footage show a darker/more "winter" color scheme Paul replacement than the "summer" or "fall tones of Sir Faul.

      Although, that being said, there are also other photos/footage from that time period whereby the replacement is very, very obvious. (i.e, TALL "Paul" with a suddenly shorter Jane Asher in India, etc,).

      Anything you could elaborate on would be greatly appreciated.

      Gratefully,

      --Justice for Paul + Truth for us ALL = PID is real

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  3. Mistake in the lyrics above: should be 'That is you can't you know tune in but it's alright'

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  4. I dunno, as far as this place goes--Earth, at this time in history--who ISN'T a 'lost soul' when it really comes down to it??

    I think John Lennon (author of both Strawberry Fields and I am the Walrus) put a lot more humble, positive, reassuring, comforting messages in his music--far more!--than he ever did negative or ominous. And in his brilliant solo work it's clear he is processing the mysteries of life right along with us.

    Happy Birthday John Winston Lennon --an endless source of inspiration and comfort to millions!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPe4QyMtbUQ

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  5. Something keeps bothering about the title, "Strawberry Fields"--while growing up, John Lennon played in an area near where he lived, called "Strawberry FIELD", with no "s" on the end--so, why did he name the song "FieldS" adding the "s" like that? Why more than just one "field"? Sometimes, the more cryptic lyrics bug me endlessly, until they drive me to find the answer, if it's possible--I think this will be one of those times. :)

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