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5,0 von 5 SternenThe book is the autobiogrpahy of William Shepherd aka Billy Shears aka "Paul McCartney"
11. März 2019 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book is an amazing and at times dark journey into the replacement of the real Paul McCartney after his death on September 11, 1966. Although categorized as historical fiction it becomes very apparent the material is sourced from someone (Billy Shears himself) who possesses a very deep knowledge of the Beatles and their inner circle. A must-read for anyone interested in the Paul Is Dead conspiracy and understanding the hidden powers that control our "reality".
This book doesn't flow like a narrative because of the multiple layers of encoding. It makes it difficult for me to get through; I find it super choppy. That being said, the encoding is clever and has me thinking of how other people wittingly and not encode their words as well. So, something of value to explore (hello, song lyrics of all kinds).
Billy Shears explicitly states that legally according to his lawyers he has to mix some fiction in with his truth in order to not be admissible as anything other than "historical fiction" in the event of a court situation. Even if that weren't the case, it would still require personal discernment. We all see according to our beliefs, level of consciousness, and readiness to expand perspectives.
My take on the content of the chapters is that there's plenty of interesting insights into show business, creativity, and how high level elites think. Given that The Beatles came along before my time, the revelation of the band being more inorganic than previously assumed doesn't emotionally land very hard for me. However, this directly points to later rock bands that were of my time being molded to similar templates of outside control. That does crush me, so greater truths can be tough to digest no matter what age or stage you find it.
At first I was convinced that Paul was replaced most likely because that is what I wanted to believe. However after settling into this reading I'm starting to believe that this a story of how Billy Shears would tell the story if the planets were aligned and all the dots were connected and all of the players were successfully manipulated along the way. For now I believe Billy Shears is a true work of fiction not history. My mind will be changed if I am presented with real evidence to the contrary. The book itself is kind of pricey however for me it is a good exercise in separating logic from faith.
This second book is written by the same author although it doesn’t read that way. I thought I was reading from some other writer. This book has Faul bragging about being MACA whereas the first book was more emphatic. I’m still not convinced.