The evidence comes from two books. Mark Lane, the Washington lawyer who wrote the first bestseller on basic legal evidence and arguments surrounding Lee Harvey Oswald’s defense, wrote later that Paul and he met in early 1966 and
Lane discussed his experiences with Paul (and the JFK movie musical score plans) in several interviews and two books:
“A Citizen’s Dissent” (Lawrence Hill Books, 1968, pp. 56-7); “Citizen Lane” (Hill Books, 2012, pp. 162-4, 174-6).
A beating (fake moped accident) seems to have happened before Paul met Mark Lane, however, in December, 1965. Although the exact timing of the first Lane meeting is unknown, it was likely in early 1966.
Other options for murder exist, as we will see below, perhaps in combination with the JFK movie situation. All reasons to murder Paul could have played some role.
Mind Control: Sexual Liberation as a Form of Social Control
There are other plausible theories of Paul’s murder if he was murdered. Moreover, if he was, it may have been with many purposes in mind, depending upon the particular group signing off on the plot.
After Paul died, the members of the band, Sir Paul especially, became pawns in a more direct promotion of wild lifestyles. Paul had been loose, personally, but was not given to public extremes. In fact, although counter-cultural with longer hair and clever music, the Beatles were not publicly well-known for drug and sex escapades, until after Paul died.
It may be that he was “in the way” of a more sinister destruction of society planned by social scientists, using the replacement.
In this theory of the death, a Freemasonic, “Enlightenment Liberal Atheism” agenda, along with politically weaponized social scientists and psychologists, were set to push a liberalized, false Christianity, especially a false Roman Catholic church, to promote sex and drugs more than Paul himself really wanted to.
A replacement, instead of an announcement would be to keep the money flow and the social power of the Beatles going, for promoting social liberalism. Other bands have been implicated in being spies or affiliates, as well.
David McGowan, “Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & The Dark Heart of The Hippie Dream” (Headpress, 2014).
Dr. E. Michael Jones, “Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation And Political Control” (Fidelity Press, 1999).
Satanism, Crowley, Lennon, Satanic Backwards Music Clues?
The Beatles, as British subjects, were somewhat proud of their status as cultural changers. They might have dabbled in Freemasonry and been so upset at Christianity as an institution, that they temporarily became “anti-Christ”, as their press agent remarked above. Their feelings adjusted back and forth over the years, but they did not hang out upside-down crosses; the following is a doctored photo. The quotation is accurate, however.
They actually held out their Masters of the British Empire (MBE) awards in the original photo.
Others have said that the Beatles added hidden backward phrases to their music. These were all done after Paul supposedly died. Because of their secret and creepy aspect, some called them Satanic.
It is a regular historical fact that the Beatles said they were inspired by Aleister Crowley, at some point, and that they were part of the counterculture of the time. The hype around the Beatles also links to some evidence that they were especially promoted when they were, to the USA, to distract from the assassination of JFK.
Sacrificial symbology present in the case evidence has also suggested to some, that Paul died partly in Satanic style, gangland style.
Crowley, possibly a British agent and spy, created his own branch of Masonry with thaumaturgy (supposedly real magic), called the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO). Indeed, Crowley promoted backward messages, to create mastery of nature and control of others. They are also used by intelligence apparatuses, in cryptography.