Season 1 / Episode 14
"Unsealed Conspiracy Files looks at how some world leaders throughout history have used impostors and doubles. It considers theories whether Osama bin Laden had a double, Elizabeth I died in her youth and was replaced by a boy, George Washington was replaced by the head of the Illuminati Adam Weishaupt, and that Hitler faked his suicide and fled to Argentina."
George Washington was NOT replaced by Adam Weishaupt. There is no evidence to support that. Of course, Osama bin Laden was a psyop. See Osama Deception here for more information on that.
"Over the past decades, the CIA has been accused of everything from selling guns to assassinating people. Yet that's not the craziest part: Some people believe the CIA is actually replacing its enemies. Tune in and learn more in this episode." Guess who thinks people are being impostor-replaced...
This is a good video, but they got it wrong with Revolver. They said Revolver was after the replaCIAment, but it was actually the last true Beatles' album with James Paul McCartney. Plastic Macca did not rear his ugly head until the end of August 1966. For more information, see Double Fantasy: Background Information on Doubles and
Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall from UFOiTeam give an update on the UFO/Paranormal Summit that happened at Quinalt Casino in Ocean Shores, WA on March 2-4, 2018. One of the team members tells his alien abduction experience.
Sometimes they drop truth bombs. Numb3rs TV show (CBS), “Conspiracy Theory,” Season 5, Episode 9 (December 5, 2008): “Paul McCartney dying in 1966 and being replaced by a lookalike, that is of course, pure fact... Check out the cover of Abbey Road. The clues are all over it.” Go to episode (at 8:40) http://www.dailymotion.com/cdn/manifest/video/x5xf3ng.m3u8?auth=1517453265-2690-gc4j3bzk-f82ccd093833eb57968f02e159aa0ffa
Sometimes to move forwards, you have to look back. This is true when looking into who Faul is.
From all accounts, history shows that Faul was born in September 1966, but who was he before then? There is much hype that he was Billy Shepherd (Campbell, Shears) from Billy Pepper and the Pepper Pots.
This is in part due to the Sergeant Pepper album; it had both verbal and photographic clues pointing to Billy Shears. So we have to diagnose not only this group and its members, but also who and what they were beforehand.
The Primitives became the Pepper Pots in 1965.
The Cornflakes (previously known as The Rising Sons) had built a sizable fan base on the Oxford live circuit. Winning first prize in the Plaza Cinema beat group contest in Northampton resulted in a two year contract with Pye Records. Cyd Cipin, who ran the local Plaza Cinema, was so impressed with the group, that he became their manager along with brother Mayer and their associate, Leslie Jaffa. The group's name was changed to The Primitives, suggestive of their driving R&B style, and they signed to Pye in autumn 1964. The group consisted of lead vocalist, Jay Roberts (real name Jeffrey Farthing), Geoff Eaton (Geoff Tindall) on lead guitar, John E. Soul (rhythm guitar and harmonica), Roger James (bass) and Mike Wilding (drums). The group's debut single was "Help Me."
The group split up, and Mal returned to work with his father on building sites. The disillusioned Primitives, having had no success up to this point, contacted Mal asking if he'd front their band. He accepted on the condition that he be allowed to restructure the group. Only Jay Roberts (now on bass and organ) and John E. Soul (guitar) survived the cuts with Roger James leaving to form the Roger James Four. Former Spirits drummer, Mick Charleton, was brought in and Stuart Linnell from local Northampton group, Dave Stone & the Saints, was also recruited. However, John E. Soul immediately left the group. The new Primitives were Ryder (vocals), Roberts (bass and organ), Linnell (lead guitar) and Charleton (drums). "Every Minute of Every Day" was released on Pye under the name Mal Ryder & The Primitives. The Primitives moved to Northampton and rehearsed in manager Cyd Cipin's cinema. Later Mal and the band moved to Italy to eat Pasta, Provencal Sauce and have a bit of success. Interestingly, it says The Rising Sons where from Oxford England, but there was also another group called the Rising Sons: an L.A. blues band formed in 1964 and signed to the Columbia label.
Members: Ry Cooder (Guitars, Vocals), Gary Marker (Bass Guitar), Taj Mahal (Vocals, Harmonica, Keyboards, Guitar), Ed Cassidy* (Drums), Jesse Lee Kincaid (Guitar, Vocals).
If we were to go down the path of someone from The Pepper Pots, nay The Primitives replacing Paul McCartney, or from anywhere else you would need someone who is multi-talented and not just a lead singer. The only person that seemed out of place in The Pepper Pot was John E Soul - a person who seems just as bogus as Sgt. Pepper himself.
When trying to find who replaced Paul McCartney, do not rely on it being Billy Shepherd, Billy Sheers, or William Campbell, for if it were a real person, with tangible leads to follow, you would find them, but there aren’t. Given that Faul has evolved into multiple faces over the years, which one would you choose to track?
That doesn’t mean you don’t keep on trying, for science and persistence have proven Faul is not Paul. With more and more people waking up on social media, who knows what clues may be gleaned? If you would like a challenge, find out who John E Soul was. It is only by crossing out the wrong answers that we will find the correct ones.
Evidence and clues indicate that James Paul McCartney, the original Beatle was gone by late summer 1966. In Paul is Dead lore, the date of his death is thought to be either September 11, 1966 or November 9, 1966. For many reasons, Nov. 9 appears to be too late in the timeline. At any rate, Beatle Paul was definitely gone by Christmas 1966. One of the many anomalies that pops up in this time frame is the radical departure in Beatles' Christmas messages from the past.
“The Beatles’ 1966 Christmas Fan Club offering, Pantomime - Everywhere It’s Christmas, marks a drastic turn in their holiday recordings... Several aspects of the 1966 recording set it apart from the Christmas messages that preceded it. First, the Beatles do not provide a direct spoken message to the fans in their usual roles as band members, nor do they reflect on the events of 1966... Rather, they choose to take on alternate roles as character actors in a recording inspired by pantomime... Second, rather than simply parodying folk songs and Christmas favorites, Pantomime includes, for the first time, original compositions... Third, McCartney created a psychedelic, hand-painted, full-color illustration especially for the disc sleeve, which stands in stark contrast to the black and white band photos that adorned previous Fan Club discs (Spizer 329)."
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