"There can be no high civility without a deep morality, though it may not always call itself by that name." Ralph Waldo Emerson
Proponents of the theory maintained that, in November 1966, McCartney had an argument with his bandmates during a Beatles recording session and drove off angrily in his car, crashed, and was decapitated. To spare the public from grief, or simply as a joke, the surviving Beatles replaced him with the winner of a McCartney look-alike contest. This scenario was facilitated by the Beatles’ recent retirement from live performance and by their choosing to present themselves with a new image for their next album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. – Wikipedia, “Paul is Dead”
The iconic cover of the album Abbey Road was interpreted by proponents of the “Paul is Dead” theory as a symbolic funeral procession for Paul McCartney. John Lennon, dressed in white, is said to symbolize the heavenly figure; Ringo Starr, dressed in black, symbolizes the undertaker; George Harrison, in denim, represents the gravedigger; and McCartney, barefoot and out of step with the others, symbolizes the corpse. The number plate of the white Volkswagen Beetle is “28IF” – representing McCartney’s age “if” he had still been alive. Furthermore, the left-handed McCartney holds a cigarette in his right hand which also supported the idea that he was an imposter.
The album cover of Egypt Station. Readers of this site will probably recognize some symbolism in there.
This is Paul McCartney’s photoshoot with GQ magazine around the time his album was released. Hiding one eye = submission to the occult elite.
Who cares what the idiots say
Who cares what the idiots do
Who cares about the pain in your heart?
Who cares about you?
The video begins with various symbolic images that foreshadow what is about to happen. Here, a hypnotic spiral pattern over a page of text.
The title screen features a spiral and a lightning bolt – two symbols that will reappear in the video and that will take on an important meaning. There’s also a pair of antique stork scissors. Those were originally used by midwives to clamp and cut the umbilical cord of newborns. Why is it on there?
Emma is wet from the rain because she didn’t have an umbrella. This detail will become important later on.
One of Edward N. Lorenz’s seminal books. Is it a coincidence that the video is secretly about Monarch programming?
On the left is a painting of a joker-like figure, drawn in a dualistic black and white pattern (pure Monarch programming symbolism). Of course, it has one eye hidden. Next to the painting is a statuette of Pan – the half-goat, half-human nature god – a favorite figure of the occult elite. On the left is an umbrella which will end up representing Emma’s programming.
As Emma sits with Dr. Lorenz, we see old-school equipment such as CRT TV displaying static and a pair of headphones on the head of a mannequin. It is all about clearing the mind.
“It’s a bit unruly here but, that’s the way it goes. Disorder. Out of order. Order out of disorder. It all gets a bit chaotic sometimes, doesn’t it?”
Then the Dr. opens a box that reveals a hypnotic spiral pattern. He tells her to focus on the pattern.
The world of dissociation is drastically different from the “real world”. It is all based on dualistic patterns.
This painting by Kim Noble (a survivor of trauma-based mind control) uses the same exact dualistic pattern to represent herself as an MK slave.
Emma is stuck to a wheel and is spun around. Spinning slaves to cause disorientation is a classic programming technique. The inverted question mark alludes to the advanced state of confusion of the slave.
Emma is then stuck inside an elevator with eyes and a lightning bolts as eyebrows (more on this later).
As programming progresses, Emma wears a mask that features a big, fat, one-eye sign. While, at face value, the umbrella represents her being “immune” to what the “idiots say”, the general MK context of the video and the umbrella’s dualistic pattern might imply that the umbrella actually represents her internalizing the handler’s programming.
Then, Emma gets struck by lightning. This is a great way to represent another trauma-inducing technique: Electroshock.
If you read other articles on this site, you know that this is pure MK symbolism: Duality, one-eye hidden and mouth covered. These symbols represent the blindness and the powerlessness of the programmed slave.
Paul makes a final one-eye sign (surrounded by spirals) to make sure you understand that he was playing the role of an MK handler in the video.
Emma finds herself sitting alone in the room. There’s no more furniture. How long was she dissociated for?
The Dr. left a note to Emma saying “Don’t forget your umbrella” atop of the newspaper she used as an umbrella. On a deeper level, “Don’t forget your umbrella” means “Don’t forget your programming”. The signature is quite enigmatic.
The video ends with a prolonged outro featuring some curious objects.
Who Cares manages to pack in 6 minutes a plethora of symbols that are directly associated with the occult elite. Paul McCartney plays the role of a hypnotist who uses the false premise of treating Emma Stone’s anxiety to lead her into dissociation and trauma-based mind control.
On a wider scale, this video proves that the elite’s agenda is unavoidable, even for iconic veteran artists such as Paul McCartney. To remain in the industry, all artists must abide by the Orwellian and totalitarian rules of the elite that forces all artists to adopt a specific set of symbols and narratives. And that includes promoting the elite’s most horrific practice: Monarch mind control.
Who cares? We do.
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