Iamaphoney seems to know. Apollo seemed to know. Jarv knows. Even the Nutters seem to know. Lewis Carroll may hold the key to the Beatles Mystery.
Paul McCartney told Miles in "Many Years From Now," when talking about the "I Am The Walrus" sequence and some others from Magical Mystery Tour, "It was all directly from Alice in Wonderland." John said the same thing in his 1980 Playboy interview. This Alice connection can be said of many things from the Beatles career and up to this very day of their solo careers--if they can really be considered solo.
From the perspective here in the rabbit hole, the Beatles never broke up. In fact everything is different here in the rabbit hole. From the top side perspective, there are many things that don't seem to have any meaning or significance. From the rabbit hole, everything means something and even nothing can mean anything. So, when you are down here, if you look directly at something, the damn thing disappears and if you walk towards it, the damn thing seems to get farther away. So it's like trying to see Pleiades, you see it more clearly when you don't look directly at it. Do you think it is by accident that Paul lived with a family named Asher? I guess the topsiders would consider that a random thing.
Back to the book "Many Years From Now," Paul tells us about Jane Asher. "At the age of twelve, Jane made her stage debut as Alice in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland at the Oxford Playhouse. Her 1958 recording of Alice in Wonderland is still selling well on tape cassette."
Topsiders also think nothing of the fact that Brian Epstein's mother's name was Queenie. The Queen in Alice says, "better, and better, and better!" and as Lewis Carroll described it, "Her voice went higher with each `better', till it got quite to a squeak at last." You do know that the Beatles have two songs where they repeat the word "better" with their voices getting higher each time. Better. Better. It's Getting Better all the time.
So, anyway, here in the rabbit hole, the queen is talking to Alice and once again says "better, better, better" and becomes a damn sheep, wrapped in wool. So you watch the 1979 Tomorrow Show interview and see Paul McCartney talking about shearing sheep to make wool.
And what is the sheep, who used to be a queen, doing the whole freaking time she is talking to Alice? She's knitting. That's right she's knitting.
Just read the damn book. It's all there.
So, I want to tell you topsiders that when you watch the video promo for "Instant Karma" and you see John and Yoko with there recently sheered hair, and Yoko is sitting there knitting with a freaking blindfold on, that means something, my friends. And if you don't believe me, come down here in the rabbit hole with me and you might see who is pulling the wool over your eyes.
Reporting from the rabbit hole...