I am very reluctant to even attempt to tackle this one, because it is a bit out of my league, but my hope is that if it stimulates some discussion it can help us all to get on the truth track.
The hard sciences have a soft spot. The great scientists, Newton, Da Vinci, Einstein, and those today who study mathematics, geometry, astronomy, physics, neuroscience, etc. are often amazed by the beauty of it all. There is an aesthetic component to the way that nature seems to add up. There are countless articles about Pi, the golden ratio, the 528 Hz frequency, and other baffling phenomena that cause us to stop in our tracks and ask, "What does it all mean?"
That is too big a question to explore on a Sunday afternoon, but Iamaphoney fans must know that these esoteric thoughts about how the universe seems to magically add up is alluded to again and again in the videos.
How many times has Iamaphoney told us that "A lie adds up" in his videos?
The theological question that emerges from these divine mathematics is "Is this evidence of the existence of God or is it man's attempt to elevate himself to the level of God?" This is the classic struggle between Lucifer and God that is played out in much of the literature throughout history. You can find allusions to it in the Bible, but not as much as you think. SirLarryMildew stated that "According to the Bible, Satan, before he was cast out of Heaven, was the Angel of Music. So this whole "Love" code thing could be a bad thing."
The notion that Satan was the "Angel of Music" is much easier to find in one of those pamphlets distributed by people who want you to burn your CDs than in the Bible itself. Being Sunday and all, I made the attempt, and it seems to require some creative Biblical interpretation to make this linkage between Satan (or Lucifer) and music. I think this interpretation is based on two passages, Ezekiel 28:11-19 and Isaiah 14:9-14. The first passage deals with the King of Tyre and the other deals with the King of Babylon, but it is safe to say that both are referring to Satan as the personification of evil. However, it is a significant stretch to suggest that either tags the devil as the "Angel of Music." In fact there are tons of examples of music as expression of praise to God throughout the Bible.
Having said all that, you don't have to be a rabid fundamentalist to consider that there is a sinister side to popular music. Historically, the Beatles have been considered the good boys with "All You Need Is Love" as compared with the Rolling Stones with "Sympathy For the Devil." But at the time, the Beatles were often lumped on the Devil's side of music, especially after John's "More popular than Jesus" statement and the release of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" the following year.
Whether the motive was to reach God or be God, the Beatles certainly seemed to be influenced by these esoteric mathematical concepts.
Ringo emerged from a pyramid for the concert segment of his 1978 television special.
George Harrison frequently used the Om (or Aum) symbol.
John and Yoko would choose their session men based on numerology and astrology.
In the case of Paul, the examples are not as obvious, but volumes have been written in discussion groups about his various linkages with the occult.
The forum that has developed in the comments section of this blog produced some speculation about Iamaphoney's "Love Code" being related to the alleged power of the 528 Hz frequency. Much of what has been written about this "Love Vibration" (a term used in the McCartney song "Peace In the Neighborhood") comes from Dr. Len Horowitz. This magical tone is part of a special music scale based on the tree of life that we have seen in several of the Rotten Apple videos.
The Solfeggio Scale and note names;
1. UT...396 Hz (Center Pillar of the Tree)
2. RE...417 Hz (Left Pillar of the Tree)
3. MI...528 Hz (Right Pillar of the Tree)
4. FA...639 Hz (Center Pillar of the Tree)
5. SOL..741 Hz (Left Pillar of the Tree)
6. LA...852 Hz (Right Pillar of the Tree)
There has been quite a bit of speculation about this tree as well.
The 528.com web site explains the premise of the Love frequency theory, which will be the basis of a major concert event occurring at multiple venues on June 19-21, 2009. Yoko Ono appears to be involved. Some people are not at all enamored with Dr. Horowitz and his theories, but maybe they are just anti-dentites.
This is only one of several possible destinations to which Iamaphoney and/or Paul McCartney may be heading. Strange as it may seem, the John Lennon beam of light in Iceland, Ringo's Peace and Love day, and Paul's one off concerts in turbulent places of the world could be interpreted as end times events and messianic movements. Time will tell if it all adds up.