The Wild Anomalies in Helter Skelter, The Most Controversial Beatles Song

The intertwining of music and true crime has fascinated audiences for decades, and one of the most infamous connections is between the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter” and the Charles Manson “The Family” murder case. In this blog post, we delve into the history of the song and its eerie connection to the Manson murders, exploring … Read more

Beatles as lynchpin — Arcana, Esoterica, Sage of Quay — Jaw-dropping deep-detail up to big-picture

https://www.bitchute.com/video/WXREw09aQkJZ/   The Beatles are often considered a lynchpin or pivotal force in the history of popular music, culture, and society. Here’s why: 1. **Musical Innovation**: The Beatles revolutionized popular music with their innovative songwriting, experimentation with recording techniques, and incorporation of diverse musical styles. Their influence can be heard across a wide range of … Read more

Major Key to Our Reality — Beatles Psyop Summary

Sage of Quay / Mike Williams gives a tremendous summary not just of Beatles and the MK surrounding them but in fact infused throughout our reality.  This is really a must-listen. https://www.bitchute.com/video/n256rYXUcBc8/

Sage of Quay™ – Mike Williams – Did Bernard Purdie Play Drums on 21 Beatle Songs?

“98% of the groups are not [playing] on their own records.” – Bernard Purdie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HGEbpKWfw4     Bernard Purdie is a highly acclaimed American drummer known for his versatile and influential contributions to the world of music, particularly in the genres of jazz, funk, and soul. Born on June 11, 1939, in Elkton, Maryland, Purdie’s … Read more

Music, Frequencies Effects on Body and Mind — Tavistock, Pop Cult, Taylor Swift (Dec 2023) Mike Williams / Sage of Quay

On Tavistock, George Martin, Beatles — music, frequency effects on listener, culture.  ~12:00 in   https://www.bitchute.com/video/4EFrcDyJwrkj/     CGPT: CYMATICS   Cymatics, from the Greek word “kyma” meaning “wave,” is a term coined by Hans Jenny (1904-1972), a Swiss physician and natural scientist, to describe the study of visible sound and vibration. This field explores … Read more