On August 29, 1966, all 4 Beatles were sent to a watery grave. Their LAST PERFORMANCE was at Candlestick Park, in San Francisco. Interestingly, 9 is the special number for the Knights Templar because 9 fighting monks founded that diabolical organization.

The Beatles performing at their
last concert.
 

When the concert concluded they were bundled into the Brinks armored truck . . . and taken to the airport.

The Beatles were not on their private jet when it returned to Los Angeles.

In Argentina, the victims were thrown alive from planes or helicopters, so hopefully the Beatles were already drugged or dead when they were thrown from the plane.

 

The sinister looking Brinks armored truck
that picked them up after the concert.

4 dead ringers took their place in 1967. "John Lennon" started wearing glasses like Hillary Rodham Rockefeller when she enrolled at Wellesley College.


The 4 "resurrected" Beatles in 1967.
 

"John Lennon" began to appear in public for the first time wearing glasses.

An obituary album to honor the dead Beatles was released in June 1967, entitled Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Ominously, the album cover featured the 4 dead ringers standing before a grave.

 

The cover of the Sergeant
Pepper album.

Their burial at sea ended the storm that the Beatles raised when they arrived in the United States in February 1964. Their arrival was just too soon after the Kennedy assassination conspiracy to be a coincidence.

The real John Lennon
The real John Lennon
(1940–1966), in 1965.
The real Paul McCartney
The real Paul McCartney
(1942–1966), in 1965.
The real George Harrison.
The real George Harrison.
(1940–1966), in 1965.
The real Ringo Starr
The real Ringo Starr
(1940–1966), in 1965.

Those images are taken from the only authorized biography of the Beatles, written by Hunter Davies, and first published in 1968. The images are called: The Changing Face Of The Beatles, as Seen Through Their Official Hand-out Photographs.

On August 29, 1966, the real Beatles disappeared into a Brinks armored truck in Candlestick Park and were never seen alive again. The Brinks company was founded

The Titanic orchestra playing a requiem for the Beatles in the movie Yellow Submarine!!
The Titanic orchestra playing a requiem for the Beatles in the movie Yellow Submarine!!

After their last concert on August 29, at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, the real Beatles disappeared.

Their private jet plane did not crash so that leaves only one other horrifying option: they were loaded on a plane and then buried at sea—titaniced.

 

The Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate Bridge crossing
the Golden Gate.

"Christian fundamentalists" from the "Bible Belt" were blamed for the assassinations because Lennon said that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus. Here is the infamous quote attributed to John Lennon in 1966:

Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that. I'm right and will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now. I don't know which will go first–rock 'n roll or Christianity. Jesus was all right, but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me. (Spitz, The Beatles, p. 615).

The Golden Gate was named after the Golden Horn in Constantinople by Captain John C. Frémont–the man who pulled California out of the jaws of the British lion in 1846.

Long hair and moustaches served to disguise the counterfeits or 4 "resurrected" Beatles....Where the faces look similar, it is a testament to the skill of the MI6 plastic surgeons....The 4 fakes went to India to get "personality transplants," but it didn't work, because inside the dead ringers were still radically different from the original Beatles.

The fake John Lennon
The fake John Lennon
(????–1980), in 1967.
The fake Paul McCartney
The fake Paul McCartney
(b. ????), in 1967.
The fake George Harrison
The fake George Harrison
(????–2001), in 1967.
The fake Ringo Starr
The fake Ringo Starr
(b. ????), in 1967.

The 4 spies who replaced the Beatles were thoroughly familiar with the SOE Training Manual, which covers all aspects of disguise (even length of hair) for a successful British Secret Service agent:

That past could be the agent's own, which had the advantage of being easily remembered, mainly true, and fully supported by documentation. Or the agent's past could be appropriated from a real person, usually dead, but always "distant." This cover story also had the advantage of being real and hence consistent, but there was always a chance that people acquainted with the dead man would be startled by his sudden reappearance. Finally, a totally fictitious past could be invented, free of entanglements but also of confirming records, the documents that provide the "proof" of our continued existence. Whatever past was chosen, it had to be plausible and as factual as possible while merging with the agent's undercover present. His "ostensible present must be consistent with his alleged past." (Rigden, How To Be A Spy: The World War II SOE Training Manual, pp. 46-47).

The "official" spy training manual issued by the British government covers all aspects of spying except for "car accidents," "plane crashes," and poisoning!!

The first Beatles tour began on February 7, 1964!!

The first Beatles invasion of the United States began on February 7, 1964 when the Beatles landed at Kennedy Airport. This was to be the first of 4 tours with

The 4 MI6 Beatles at the Pan Am Worldport in Kennedy Airport.
The real Beatles arriving at the Pan Am
Worldport in Kennedy Airport.

The real Beatles arrived in the Pan Am Worldport on Feb. 7, 1964 to a blaze of publicity.

The real Beatles arrived back in Britain on Feb. 22, 1964, to a tumultuous welcome.

At that time the Beatles were the most photographed people in the world.

The Beatles arriving back at Heathrow
The Beatles arriving back at Heathrow
Airport on Feb. 22, 1964.

The second Beatles tour of the U.S. began on August 19, 1964, in the Cow Palace in San Francisco. The tour ended in the Paramount Theater in New York City, on September 20, and the Beatles flew back to London on September 21, 1964.

The third U.S. tour began on August 15, 1965, in Shea Stadium, New York City, and ended on August 31 in the Cow Palace in San Francisco. The Beatles flew back to London the following day. For their U.S. tour, the Beatles had a private chartered jet–a Lockheed Electra. All the reporters and backup bands flew on the same plane.

The Beatles departing Heathrow
The Beatles departing Heathrow
Airport on August 13, 1965.

The third Beatles tour of the U.S. began on August 15, 1965, and ended on August 31 in the Cow Palace in San Francisco.

The Beatles then flew back to London's Heathrow Airport to another tumultuous welcome.

On the U.S. tour, the Beatles flew in a private chartered jet–a Lockheed Electra.

The Beatles arriving back at Heathrow
The Beatles arriving back at Heathrow
Airport on Sept. 2, 1965.

After a few weeks break, the Beatles recommenced making records and movies. In October, for their successful invasion of the U.S., Queen Elizabeth II gave each of them an MBE–Mister Brian Epstein. Their real boss, Winston Churchill, did not attend the ceremony because he went to meet his Maker in January 1965.

A handicapped Beatles fan
A handicapped Beatles fan
waiting to be healed!!

The real Rock healed the sick and lame; raised the dead, and restored sight to the blind.

In a mocking parody of the ministry of the Messiah, the handicapped were presented to the Beatles in hopes that they would heal them!!

Fans expected their gods to work miracles!!

The front rows at concerts were reserved
The front rows at concerts were reserved
for the handicapped.

Here is a short excerpt about this shocking parody from the biography of George Martin:

Nor was it simply a problem with the media. The public were tough on them, too. Whenever the Beatles saw something happening, or someone coming towards them, that seemed a bit dubious, they would give each other a password they had developed among themselves: 'Cripples!' That meant they had to take cover. If that seems harsh, the fact is that they were constantly having cripples and others forced upon them. They might be doing a television performance, and during a break would be in their dressing-room having a quiet snack. Suddenly the door would open, and in would come the assistant director, wheeling a spastic who wanted to meet the Beatles. They would have to talk to this unfortunate, and try to be pleasant. This was happening all the time. It was almost like going to Lourdes. There were people who actually wanted to touch the hems of the clothes they were wearing. Royalty are trained from birth to cope with that sort of thing; the Beatles were not. They can hardly be blamed for wanting to put up a barrier against the world. (Martin, All You Need Is Ears, p.165).

1966 was to be the final and fatal year for the Beatles. In July of that year, the Beatles left for a tour of the Far East. They arrived in Japan on July 29, to another tumultuous welcome.

Brian Epstein and the Beatles departing
Brian Epstein and the Beatles departing
for Japan, June 22, 1966.

In June 1966, the Beatles departed for concerts in Japan and the Philippines.

The concert in the Philippines turned out to be a disaster because the Beatles would not meet with the Philippines First Lady Imelda Marcos.

The Beatles arrived back safely in Britain on July 8, to another tumultuous welcome.

4 glum Beatles arriving back at
4 glum Beatles arriving back at
Heathrow Airport, July 8, 1966.

After a short break from their tours of Japan and the Philippines, the Beatles prepared for what was to be their final tour.

The fourth and final Beatles tour began on August 11, 1966!!

The fourth and final deadly mystery tour began for the Beatles when they left Heathrow Airport on August 11, 1966. 4 months previous to that date, John Lennon made some disparaging remarks about Christianity to a newspaper reporter named Maureen Cleave. The article was printed in the London Evening Standard newspaper. The article never even raised eyebrows over there. However, on July 29, the article was printed in a U.S. teen magazine named Datebook.

The Beatles departing Heathrow Airport
The Beatles departing Heathrow Airport
for their final tour
, August 11, 1966.

Their last tour was preceded by a firestorm of controversy over John Lennon's Christianity comments.

The Beatles flew to Chicago and reporters barraged Lennon with questions about his remarks.

He was forced to give a public apology!!

John Lennon was grilled by reporters
John Lennon was grilled by reporters
over his Christianity comments.

Here is the brief comment that Lennon made about Christianity to a British reporter:

Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that. I'm right and will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now. I don't know which will go first–rock 'n roll or Christianity. Jesus was all right, but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me. (Spitz, The Beatles, p. 615).

There was nothing new there, that diatribe could have been copied verbatim from Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason.

All throughout the tour, the Beatles received death threats from "fundamentalist Christians" over Lennon's remarks. The British KKK got in on the act and started burning their records. A psychic predicted that they were all going to die in a plane crash. In reality, it was all just a cover story for the upcoming assassination of the Beatles.

The American Airlines Lockheed
The American Airlines Lockheed
Electra chartered for the tour.

The Beatles stayed at a house in Beverly Hills and flew in the Electra to San Francisco on August 29, 1966.

The Beatles relaxing at the home where
The Beatles relaxing at the home where
they stayed while in Los Angeles. .

The Beatles held a sold-out concert in Dodger Stadium on August 28. Strangely enough, they usually rested for a day before doing the next concert.

Mal Evans (1935–1976) was the
Mal Evans (1935
1976) was the
Beatles "bodyguard."

Burly Malcolm "Mal" Evans was the Beatles "bodyguard" and road manager.

Derek Taylor was a former Beatles press agent who moved to California in 1965.

Taylor was the overall coordinator of the assassination in California.

 

Derek Taylor (1932–1997) was
Derek Taylor (1932–1997) was
the Beatles press officer.

Just before the Beatles left for San Francisco, incriminating photos of Brian Epstein and John Lennon were stolen from his hotel room:

The following morning, after spending the night in the rented house, Dizz Gillespie went off early to the bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where he had left his suitcase. When Brian and Nat Weiss arrived at the bungalow later in the morning, Dizz was gone. So were Brian's and Nat's attaché cases. Nat's case contained important business documents, and its loss was a major inconvenience, but Brian's attaché case was a witches' stew of enormous ramifications. First, there was his large and questionable supply of pills, obviously the property of a junkie. Then there were half a dozen or so billets-doux containing explicit references to his conquests, along with Polaroid photographs of his young friends. Lastly, there was $20,000 in brown paper bag money skimmed from concert funds to be distributed as a bonus. The revelation of any of these items would make John's "Jesus" furor seem like an Easter pageant. (Brown, The Love You Make, p. 215).

These photos were enough to ruin the Beatles and thus buy Brian Epstein's silence. Epstein was so distraught over the theft of the photos that he did not go to San Francisco. Photos or no photos, Epstein was finally silenced forever when he was suicided in 1967. The flight from LA to San Francisco is only about 2 hours, so on the afternoon of August 29, the Beatles and support personnel boarded the private jet. Here is an excerpt from the diary of the leader of one of the back-up bands called The Remains:

Monday, August 29th, 1966. Awoke at noon, showered, and met the bus to the plane. We're going to San Francisco for the last concert, but we'll fly back tonight, our last flight with the Beatles. I'm sitting in the private jet, complete with TV, stereo headphones, two stereo outputs, and horrible Muzak. (Tashian, Ticket to Ride, p. 121).

As in all their concerts, the Beatles just played for about 1/2 hour and never returned for an encore. While on tour, they were not "working like dogs" but were delighted to be singing all the way to the bank.

The last Beatles press conference
The last Beatles press conference
on August 24, 1966.

The Beatles held an upbeat press conference in LA on August 24.

They never mentioned that they intended to stop touring.

The Beatles received another tumultuous welcome at Candlestick Park.

 

The Beatles walking to the stage
The Beatles running to the stage
for their final concert.

The Beatles arrived from San Francisco airport by bus, preceded by the armored truck and a police car.

The Beatles performing at the concert.
The Beatles performing at the concert.

When the concert concluded they were bundled into the Brinks armored truck . . . and taken to the airport.

The Beatles were not on their private jet when it returned to Los Angeles.

The sinister looking Brinks armored car
The sinister looking Brinks armored truck
that picked them up after the concert.

Here is a brief report from Judith Sims, editor of TeenSet Magazine:

San Francisco had a past history of wild crowds, and this time the security guards and The Beatles' security people weren't taking any chances. We were told to leave the stage area extra early and wait in the bus just in case we had to make a quick getaway, or in case The Beatles might have to transfer to the bus for their escape. There were 25,000 screaming fans at Candlestick, but no riots. But, we didn't know there wouldn't be a riot, so we dutifully trundled off to the bus halfway through the show and waited. And waited. And waited. We were sure The Beatles were already back in L.A. before the bus revved up and moved out. It wasn't an easy exit–the fans were still there, and they did not give up easily. Apparently, the armored car had been sufficient to rescue The Beatles. (Tashian, Ticket to Ride, pp. 122-123).

From the stadium to Candlestick Park is just about a 10 minute drive. Beatles "bodyguard" Mal Evens survived, and so did all the reporters and support personnel. Tashian said that he returned home on a Boeing 707 Super Deluxe:

We're on the 707-Boeing Super Deluxe–television, candlelight, stereo, steak dinner, and red wine. Superb feeling, we should be back in L.A. within and hour or so. (Tashian, Ticket to Ride, p. 123).

None of the other reporters or support personnel mentioned flying back to LA with the

 

No images of the Beatles or manager Brian Epstein returning to Britain from LA exist!!

Obviously Brian did return because he was suicided in August 1967.

 

Whenever Brian arrived back in London incognito it was certainly many days later after

When no Beatles showed up in London in September 1966, MI6 spread disinformation that the Beatles had died in a plane crash from a bomb planted by "Christian fundamentalists" from the Bible Belt....Public knowledge of the "assassination" might also sever the special relationship between the U.S. and Britain.

The Beatles were also a vital part of the British economy so the masquerade continued with the use of doubles or doppelgängers!! The Beatles already used decoys or doubles during the frenzied days of Beatlemania.

A rumor surfaced in 1969 that Beatle Paul McCartney was killed in a car crash in 1966 and replaced with a double. That too was just MI6 disinformation to hide the fact that all 4 Beatles were assassinated and replaced with doubles.

The 4 "resurrected" Beatles made their appearance together in 1967!!

In February 1967, the 4 dead ringers made their first appearance together in the Abbey Road Studios in London to record an album entitled Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

The album was released in June 1967 and was a cash cow for the financially strapped British economy eventually becoming one of the best selling albums of all time.

The 4 "resurrected" Beatles in 1967.
The 4 "resurrected" Beatles in 1967.
 

"John Lennon" began to appear in public for the first time wearing glasses.

The album cover showed 4 Beatles to the left looking down on a grave.

To their right the replacement Beatles are holding musical instruments which the real Beatles never played.

The cover of the Sergeant
The cover of the Sergeant
Pepper album.

The album cover was laced with hidden symbolism and featured a whole group of people who were already dead . . . or died violently. Obviously the people at MI6 have a morbid sense of humor.

The 4 doubles went to India for personality transplants!!

No matter how skillful the plastic surgeons are at MI6, they cannot change human personalities. Only Christ the real Rock can do that. The false religion of Hinduism teaches an endless cycle of rebirth or reincarnation. The 4 fakes were hoping to contact their dead alter egos in order to be perfect counterfeits . . . inside and outside....What those 4 fakes desperately needed was brain transplants!!

The 4 fake "Beatles" in India with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
The 4 fake "Beatles" in India with
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

 

The Beatles visited India in February 1968 and held a séance with Maharishi Yogi.

Hinduism teaches that a dead person can be reincarnated or come back again as another person.

The 4 fakes wanted to be possessed by the 4 dead Beatles in order to be perfect clones.

The fake "George" learning to play the sitar with Ravi Shankar.
The fake "George" learning to play
the sitar with Ravi Shankar.

Maharishi Yogi told them that they had to fast for a long time in order to contact the dead Beatles in the spirit world. That the fakes were not willing to do so they returned home disappointed. At his last press conference in LA, George Harrison said that his favorite music was "honky tonk" and "country and western."

After the séance, the new John Lennon discovered that he still liked girls because he married a British Secret Service agent named Yoko Ono in 1969.

Saint Paul had the false religion of Hinduism in mind when the said:

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment, so Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation (Hebrews 9:27-28).

In 1969, a rumor surfaced in the United States that Paul McCartney was dead and was replaced by a double. That too was just disinformation planted by MI6. Obviously, word had leaked out and something had to be done to assuage the rumors. Back then, people who tried to expose the cover-up were the victims of "car accidents" or they were suicided.

By 1970, the fakes were tired of the charade and so they broke up. The music that began with "She Loves You, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah", and "I Want to Hold Your Hand" eventually degenerated into "I Get High With a Little Help From My Friends", and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"

Christ alone is the Rock of Ages!!

When the Messiah first met Peter, he called him Cephas which is interpreted as A STONE:

And he (Andrew) brought him to Jehoshua. And when Jehoshua beheld him, he said, thou art Simon the son of Jonah: thou shalt be called Cephas, which is by interpretation, A stone (St. John 1:42).

For they all drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them, and that Rock was Christ ( Corinthians 10:4).

In the Old Covenant, JEHOVAH is called a ROCK at least 15 times:

He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are judgment: an Elohim of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he (Deuteronomy 32:4).

For who is Elohim save JEHOVAH? or who is a rock save Elohim? (Psalm 18:31).

For their rock is not as our Rock, even our enemies themselves being judges (Deuteronomy 32:31).

The conclusion of the matter is this: St. Peter is A STONE and Christ is the ROCK:

Ye also, as living stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to Elohim by Jehoshua the Christ (I St. Peter 2:5).

The real FAB FOUR are Matthew, Mark, Luke and John....If you really like good music, believe in the Rock of Ages today, and you will have all eternity to listen to the angels singing the praise of JEHOVAH Elohim!!

And so Winston Churchill's Operation Rock and Roll ended tragically for the real Beatles in San Francisco Bay on August 29, 1966. The music attributed to them, and the 4 fakes who followed, them still lives on and is listened to by millions of people around the world.


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