In the music video “Who Cares”, Paul McCartney plays the role of a “behavioral hypnotist” who treats a confused Emma Stone. The intense symbolism of the video hints to a darker practice: MK ULTRA and Monarch Mind Control.
'This site often talks about young, brand new artists who were groomed by their record labels and released onto the world with a carefully calculated gimmick. Well, this article will not be about that kind of artist. It will be about a 76-year old icon who was part of the most influential group in the history of pop music and who attained the title of “living legend” about three decades ago.
Indeed, Paul McCartney began recording music over 60 years ago. He released over 30 albums as a member of The Beatles, Wings and as a solo artist. He was inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 as a member of the Beatles and, again, in 1999 as a solo artist. He’s also an 18-time Grammy Award winner who has written or co-written 32 songs that reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
So, Paul McCartney is not exactly a newcomer. In fact, he’s been, for decades, the subject of the oldest conspiracy theory in the history of pop music: “Paul is Dead“.
This theory, which surfaced around 1967, asserts that McCartney actually died in a car crash in 1966 and was replaced by a look-a-like.
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”
Those who believe that “Paul is Dead” analyzed the facial structure of the real McCartney versus the fake one, decoded hidden messages in the band’s song lyrics (some in reverse) and interpreted symbolism found in The Beatle’s album art.'
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