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Excerpts from "The Lennon Prophecy"

Excerpts from "The Lennon Prophecy"

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 4:19 am

Posted July 11, 2011 at CTRN:

Interesting blurb from the "Lennon Prophecy".

WASHINGTON – The Beatles meteoric rise, unprecedented in popular culture and unrivaled nearly four decades after the band broke up, is at least partly explained, says a new book, by a pact John Lennon made with the Devil.

In "The Lennon Prophecy," author Joseph Niezgoda reveals that Lennon himself, obsessed with the occult, magic, numerology and being bigger than Elvis Presley, confided in his friend Tony Sheridan that he made such a deal. The book also makes the case that the "death clues" long associated with Paul McCartney were actually subliminal messages hinting at Lennon's fate.

Written by a lifelong Beatles fan and musician, the book hypothesizes the pact was made just before the band experienced its first major successes and ended 20 years later with Lennon's assassination in New York by Mark David Chapman, who later claimed to have demons exorcized from him while serving his sentence for murder in Attica State Prison.

"Chapman said that as the last demon left his body he was given the reason for his possession," Niezgoda told WND. "It was to make a show of Satan's great power in the world using John Lennon's murder as the vehicle. I've always held an intuitive belief … that the true author of this story is Satan and that I am only the messenger."

Of course, many will reject the notion that there is a real spirit called Satan. Others will scoff at the notion that people can make pacts with him that can result in real-world results.

So Niezgoda devotes a chapter to what may surprise many readers as fairly well-documented historical Satanic pacts – including the case of Johann Faust, who, in his Renaissance Age period, achieved fame and fortune perhaps equal to Lennon and the Beatles four centuries later. He, too, met an untimely, mysterious and grotesquely inexplicable death 20 years later.

While Faust boasted of performing more miracles than Jesus Christ, Lennon created controversy by boasting that his band was more famous than Jesus Christ.

"If John had entered into a 20-year pact with the Devil for wealth and world fame, that contract ended on December 8, 1980, with his violent death," said Niezgoda. "Counting back 20 years, did anything unusual in Beatles history occur in December 1960?"

In fact, it did, Niezgoda recalls. On Dec. 27, 1960, the Beatles played the Town Hall Ball Room in Litherland, England.

"It was said that following this single night's performance, the Beatles never looked back," recalls Niezgoda. "Each of the Beatles remembers this night as the turning point in their careers."

Immediately following this memorable performance, the Beatles began playing in Liverpool's Cavern Club, where they became a local phenomenon. Then they moved on to Hamburg, where German audiences went wild.

That gig also marked the beginning of Lennon's avowedly anti-Christian behavior. In the book "The Love You Make" by Peter Brown, he recounts how Lennon donned a dog collar made of paper, cut out a paper cross and began preaching to the Hamburg audience – drawing a mocking picture of Jesus hanging on the cross wearing a pair of bedroom slippers.

Later, also in Germany, on Good Friday, Lennon targeted a group of nuns with a life-size effigy of Jesus on the cross hanging from his balcony.

"As the sisters gazed in astonishment at this sacrilegious display, John started pelting them with Durex condoms filled with water," wrote biographer Albert Goldman.

Pete Best, the original drummer with the group, also witnessed such behavior and wrote about it in his own book describing how Lennon urinated on another group of nuns from his balcony while proclaiming, "Raindrops from heaven!"

These were just some of the ways Lennon confronted and antagonized Christian worshippers – for seemingly no reason other than his own amusement....

...Pete Best recalled how Lennon would say he was going to get to the top – one way or another.

"If we have to be bent or con people, then that's what we'll have to do to get there," Best quoted Lennon as saying. "It doesn't matter what it takes to get to the top. It might cause some heartache, but once I'm up there, it'll be a different kettle of fish. Yes, he did say, 'I' and not 'we.' That was the real John Lennon, brilliant, amusing but ruthless."

Niezgoda cites the unprecedented and unsurpassed "mania" that surrounded the Beatles as one of the most intriguing clues suggesting something supernatural about their career.

"Nothing before or since has come close to equaling the rapid and widespread emotional pandemic frenzy surrounding the Beatles. I can go on indefinitely listing their unearthly accomplishments, but that is not providing an explanation for it. Trying to explain the source of the Beatles fame and fortune is like trying to define magic."...

At the peak of their popularity, Beatles fans became obsessed with what appeared to be clues in their music about a death within the band. At the time, the focus was on speculation that McCartney had been killed in a car crash and replaced with a lookalike.

Not even a press conference by Paul could persuade devotees of the clues that he was, in fact, the real deal. It all seemed silly after McCartney's long and illustrious solo career took off.

"The suspicion, however, was not without merit," explains Niezgoda. "The clues were there, and too numerous to be ignored. They just needed to be viewed through a different lens to create not a picture of a past conspiracy, but a future tragedy. When examined as a possible prophecy, the clues appear to be quite clearly not about Paul, but about John Lennon."

Niezgoda is convinced the Beatles had supernatural help – not only with their rise to the top, but with these "clues" that seemed so persuasive that something was not right within the Beatles. He's not happy about his conclusion. In fact, as a lifelong Beatles fan, he seems deeply conflicted.

"I have always had to deal with the constant conflict of my love for their music and the evil that I perceive surrounds it," he told WND. "The only difference is that I have tried to define or make sense of it with the help of this book."

So, now comes the question, "which John" made this pact with the devil - if indeed one was made - and which John was murdered (ditto), and isn't it interesting that he doesn't look like he had been looking at that current time, and that the Dakota House staff and his own doctor who did the autopsy said they didn't know who that was, but that it wasn't John Lennon (or at least not the one they had seen last).

I searched Google images for pictures of Faust, and thought this one (actor?) was remarkably similar to how John or Fohn ended up looking.

The demon possession, if it did indeed occur in him, seemed to change his looks quite a lot.

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Re: Excerpts from "The Lennon Prophecy"

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 4:20 am

Here's another link to this subject, by stargods..
...Much of the book is an examination of “the clues” left by the Beatles themselves on album covers and in the music – clues that point to ties with the occult and the theory that Lennon knew the time and place of his death. To demonstrate his thesis, he follows a well-documented trail of sorcery, mysticism, numerology, backwards masking, and anagrams.

He claims that clues foretelling the death of Lennon are revealed in album covers such as Rubber Soul, Yesterday and Today, A Collection of Beatles Oldies, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Yellow Submarine, Magical Mystery Tour, Abbey Road as well as Lennon solo albums Imagine and Walls and Bridges. In my opinion, you have to stretch a bit some of these clues to arrive at his thesis. But putting them all together, one finds the evidence compelling and even a bit frightening.

For example, the album cover of The Beatles Yesterday and Today, released in 1966, may say nothing about Lennon’s death, but it literally shouts that the so-called Fab Four were involved in Satanism. Called the “butcher cover”, in it the Beatles pose in butcher smocks with raw meat, eyeballs and decapitated babies draped over their laps and shoulder.

This horrendous picture clearly refers to the kind of infanticide that takes place in Satanic rituals and Devil worships, Niezgoda affirms. It is the only credible way I see to explain the message of the picture – it’s surely not just avant-garde art. Take a look yourself and see if you would say it’s just merry pranksters making a joke, as some Beatles’ fans pretend.


The author also finds many “clues” in lyrics that also reveal the mysterious prediction of Lennon’s death and connections to the Devil. It’s not so ludicrous as you might think. Songs often came to Lennon in dreams – and usually became major hits. It’s why he always kept a pad of paper and pencil nearby.

In one of Lennon’s last songs, Help me to help myself, he could well have been revealing he realized that his time was running out. The song begin: “Well, I tried so hard to stay alive, But the angel of destruction keeps on hounding me all around. But I know in my heart that we never really parted, oh no”. In the final moments of the song, Lennon can be heard talking in a faint voice saying, “I see. I see. That’s how you’re going to do it. Hun, OK.”

As Niezgoda insists, there is nothing in this book that is not already in the public domain. All he did was connect the dots, and the resulting picture reveals occult links and the strong possibility that the Beatles had preternatural help in their rise to fame.

Would I suggest reading the book?

No, for Catholics (and everyone else) who already realize rock music is bad. It isn’t worth the time.

But yes, for Catholics (and everyone else) who still listen to and love their Beatles’ music. If they can become convinced of the source of the group’s fame, they may finally become frightened enough to throw away their Beatles’ music. ... ophecy.htm

How much of this is true, we still don't know, but we're on a path of discovery as to where their songs really came from, and it doesn't appear that Lennon wrote his own music, nor did any of the fabricated four-hundred-thousand-dozen.. Perhaps this is more scripting for public consumption, to throw people off the real track, maybe so they'll stop searching?

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Re: Excerpts from "The Lennon Prophecy"

Postby cmsahe » Sun Nov 23, 2014 4:42 am

in one of the many books on Napoleon Bonaparte that I've read, it is commented that Napoleon Bonaparte once confided to someone close to him, that while in Egypt he made a pact with a little red devil who promised him fame and fortune.


The Unexplained with Howard Hughes Podcast, edition 29:

dec 23rd 2009

This is a special – EXTRA EDITION – to close out 2009 and enter 2010. American author Joe Niezgoda has written a stunning, highly controversial new book claiming John Lennon made a pact with the Devil.

Joe says he’s done extensive research to get to this conclusion – judge for yourself in this new edition of The Unexplained. (

The audio:

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