One of the more interesting aspects of ARE3RA - TheRottenApple 2010, for me anyway, is a brief sound clip that appears around the 3:13 mark. We hear a somewhat processed voice that certainly sounds like Denny Laine talking about Paul McCartney's interest in Aleister Crowley. Okay, I can hear you yawning.
This silly accusation goes back as far as Rotten Apple 28 when Iamaphoney indicated that Laine claimed that both Paul and Linda were disciples of Crowley. In subsequent videos, Iamaphoney showed the cover of the book "Blackbird" by Geoffrey Giuliano (to which Laine was a contributor) implying that it contained the allegation. Despite the fact that "Blackbird" is considered by many to be a smear job, it did not contain any suggestion that Paul and Linda were Crowley disciples. Incidentally, a couple recent comments on a post I did a while back on Sir Geoffrey Guiliano suggest that he is not exactly the most beloved character in Beatles Lore.
So when the heck did Denny Laine accuse Paul McCartney of being a disciple of Aleister Crowley? Well, the evidence suggests that back in 2007, Iamaphoney attended a Beatles Convention and filmed interviews with the likes of Beatles Author Bruce Spizer, Beatle Films Actor Victor Spinetti, and Former Wing Denny Laine. You can see this trip in the video a Lie Adds Up - son king 0911 281 F. We have seen glimpses of clips from these interviews ever since then, but in frustratingly limited context.
So, perhaps, if we are able to IMAGINE, we can see something like this happening...
It was weird hearing Denny's voice saying those words, but there was something unnatural about the intonation, in addition to the FX on his voice. A former MPL employee told me a long time ago that there is no way Paul and Linda McCartney would have seriously been students of Crowley. My problem is that every time I try to explain this stuff away, that damn Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album presents evidence to the contrary.