Somewhere along the way, the videos of Iamaphoney went beyond the idea of the death of a pop star and subsequent replacement and cover up, to a deep conspiracy that reaches across all disciplines. From Charles Manson's twisted vision of Helter Skelter to Satanism to the return of Jesus Christ and the final battle of good against evil, we have seen the Rotten Apple series move away from the backward masking examples of Paul is Dead clues in the early videos.
Remember this 45-second gem from Iamaphoney alias THEKINGOFCOSMANIA?
Much of the time, Paul McCartney is depicted as the evil one in this end times scenario. And one of the most baffling things for me is trying to figure out why Paul referred to himself as "The King of Cosmania" in the liner notes to "Memory Almost Full." I believe that Iamaphoney was the first to ever suggest that it was an anagram for "Son of the Magickian."
Other YouTubeings including allofthemwitches and grandfatheraleister among others have latched on to this scenario.
But Iamaphoney occasionally depicts Paul McCartney on the other side of Armageddon. In fact there are several examples of the good Paul if you can watch Rotten Apple videos without blinking.
The scenario of Paul as the sacrificial lamb has been a staple of other videomakers on YouTube as well. That was never more obvious than when YouKnowMyName231 pointed out that "The Fireman Is No Mason" was an anagram for "I am the risen Son of Man."
When I wrote an article on this blog called "Nazz" after the piece by Lord Buckley, which is presumably about Jesus Christ, I received this message from someone at NIR:
James Paul McCartney.
He was the Nazz.
It is all coming together.
Take that for what it is worth. One possible interpretation of this scenario is that the original James Paul McCartney was the Christlike figure and his replacement is the Beast. This is an interesting take on all this because it not only has a bit of logic to it, but it also leaves open the possibility of the resurrection of the original Paul, figuratively or literally.
But the scope of these videos seems far wider than that. Throw together Religion, Freemasonry, Astronomy, Magick, Egyptology and Prophecy and you've got yourself one heck of an end game. As a result it is possible to link all of this to the Mayan doomsday of 2012.
That would explain all of the "It's time" stuff that we have been hearing from the Iamaphoney camp while we wait and wait and wait.
Ringo Starr is big on the concept of time. His "Time Takes Time" is one of my favorite albums. His latest venture into computer art produced this:
(Did you notice the last city listed on the Ringo Poster?)
Enter Liam Lynch, the first and possibly last artist to be signed by a label created by Ringo Starr and Marc Hudson called Pumkinhead Records. I have no idea if he has any awareness of all of this craziness about apocalyptic Paul is Dead material on YouTube, but Lynch's latest podcast is called:
In this clever episode Lynch finds himself several centuries into the future. He wakes up in a weird world where language has been corrupted into this mixture of numbers and letters in words...
...Which reminds me of this...
Lynch gets a history lesson and finds out that God intended to destroy the earth in 2012 by hurling a comet in its direction. But thanks to the ingenuity of some scientists who were guided by a street smart punk, the earth barely survived. Unfortunately, the earth still went through an incredible trauma and had other disturbing challenges over the next 700 years including several attempts of mind control by beings from outer space called the Grots (who were dead grotty).
Lynch himself would have been a victim of the Grots had it not been for a weapon that was given to him as a birthday present 700 years prior by someone who must have had some foreknowledge of what would happen in the future. That friend who gave the weapon to Lynch in a SUITCASE was none other than Dhani Harrison, son of George. (Yes, that's really him).
I strongly encourage you to check out Liam Lynch's podcasts. Dhani Harrison had a more significant role in Episode 3. You will also find an episode with Sarah Silverman (Number 4) and the famous Episode 2 with Ringo Starr. If you think this apocalypse stuff is a bunch of nonsense, I guess you're right. But you might well ask, "Why was Ringo wearing this tee shirt in Episode 2?"
And there we are. In the words of Ringo's shirt, "Jesus is Coming --- Look Busy."
And expect the Rotten Apple series to go on for another four years.