Post by recordmachine on Feb 22, 2012 1:11:57 GMT -5
This is my first post and I wanted to introduce myself as a new member to this board. Like a lot of people here, I am a major Paul McCartney fan and Beatles fan. I have been buying their records since the late 70s and can remember as school child wondering when the Beatles were getting back together, before John's tragic death. To me a lot of my life can be measured by time periods and the albums that came out then. I can remember my first Beatles Album, it was Live at the Hollywood Bowl.
Of all the Beatles, my favorite songs are the ones Paul was singing on. And these of course changed over the years. As I can remember Can't Buy Me Love and Yesterday from my earlier years. When I was a teen my favorite Song would have been Lovely Rita or Your Mother Should Know or With a Little Luck. As a young adult I can remember very well the Flowers in the Dirt and Off the Ground years and going to the shows after missing Wings over the World tour. To this day if someone said you can pick only one favorite Paul McCartney song what would it be, I'd say Check My Machine. I really like the Fireman dreamy-techno stuff like a lot of songs on McCartney II.
The reason I joined your board is because I see that you specialize in PID clues and theories. I have been mildly interested in this subject since I heard about it years and years ago. I always thought that it would be impossible to find as talented a double to take Paul's place, never mind someone who could look like him. There is definitely things that can be heard when some of the songs are played backward; but to me for many years, this seemed like a cute trick at best; and not really useful for a song. It might be some sort of anomaly in the recording process that can happen, since it happens with other recording artists. The album cover clues are definitely interesting; but to me this always seemed like why would anybody go to the bother for such a mundane thing as a record jacket? It all seemed interesting, but not plausible in the real world.
Recently I stumbled on to a link that brought me to Iamaphoney. I had seen lots of other PID documentaries in the past but thought what the heck, maybe somebody has found something new. I was amazed by the quality and the music in the production. And even though the documentary has a lot of the same old stuff, there was quite a bit that seemed to bring more to the story. It seemed this moviemaker had taken things out of context to make his point at times; but I think it was meant to tell a story better. At the very least I came away thinking after watching it, WTF? Could Beatles history after 1966 be much different than what the public thinks? This filmmaker's PID movie, and further PID YouTube clips, certainly bring up a very interesting case and a whole lot more questions in my mind. Even if the PID story is really true, I'm sure that there are a lot of mistakes in the film; and other new films like The Last Testament of George Harrison, but there might be some clarity to be found by being open-minded and taking important things from all documentary perspectives. After all, every person is limited by their tiny perspective of the big picture.
Without offending anyone or turning into a PID conspiracy theorist, I would like to play the devils advocate, and bring in some outside ideas from other conspiracy theory disciplines, like secret government cover-ps, the Crowley-magick/witchcraft and devil worship that is claimed among the world's elite through channels like Alex Jones, UFOs and other secret technologies and sciences that are claimed, and the very real untimely deaths of many famous musicians in the late sixties, as examples among others, to try and paint a clearer picture of what a real PID conspiracy might really look like if were real, filling in some of the holes so to speak.
Basically, he is a phoney. There were claims that he was an insider with special knowledge about Paul. Turns out, he is a conspiracy nut, and he uses young kids to produce his videos.
He does take things wildly out of context to make it appear that people are saying things they aren't. In one, he makes it appear that Julien Lennon says that he thinks Yoko was behind John's death. When you look at the whole interview, however, you see that Julien was talking about something completely different. IAAP does that all the time and it really is a nasty thing to do.
As far as other types of conspiracies, we have a whole thread devoted to those as well.
Post by recordmachine on Feb 23, 2012 21:05:49 GMT -5
Thanks for the welcome. All I can really say is that I really like this iamaphoney songs. It's like getting brand new Beatles songs. Can someone please tell me how this cat is doing this music? Is his "Here is Billy" "Hello Goodbye" in reverse, actually? I think he is reversing the real songs and then filling in the vocals with what he thinks the backwards message says. At times it sounds like Paul; I think I hear George too; but it seems obvious this mystery artist is singing along. All I know is that I can't wait to buy his (bands) album. Whatever you think of his conspiracy story, you got to admit this stuff is cool.
I wonder if this music is a hoax? Or can other people verify that these backwards songs exist in Beatles songs? I really think he takes certain liberties with the lyrics to these inversed songs; but it seems that something real is going on.
Oct 10, 2013 11:34:23 GMT -5
KnightBus: What exactly, in your opinion, makes that channel great?
Nov 14, 2013 18:23:26 GMT -5
Illuminati Headquarters: I guess we pretty much won. Extra bonus payment for everyone.
Apr 28, 2014 21:25:47 GMT -5
chantal: HELP! I distinctly remember seeing an animated GIF in someone's signature, of Paul saying "stupid". I'd like to nick that one for my Beatles GIFs Pinterest board. Where can I find it?
Mar 28, 2015 13:13:08 GMT -5
KnightBus: Was it dakudos avatar?
Oct 21, 2016 23:40:22 GMT -5
aieahaole48: LOVE YOUR HUMOR RE THE PAUL/'FAUL' ISSUE! First time I've laughed out loud since I was widowed in 2012. YES, the pic of Paul with the black woman was from '66, during the Beatles U.S. tour - she was one of the Ronettes, one of the opening acts.
Jan 20, 2017 0:59:12 GMT -5
nowhereman1: That guy thinks people are idiots.
Feb 20, 2017 11:04:00 GMT -5
KnightBus: A humble shout to all those of you who've been in the funhouse and to those who were. I really appreciate all the picture hunting and research you've done and you as a great community, also on various groups on Facebook.
Mar 5, 2017 5:25:39 GMT -5