A while back, I happened upon a thread at ATS from 2009, where two leading PID bloggers are having a conversation about whether the British Royals are clones and possibly Reptilians, and this picture was also posted:
Billy [Faul] has a small tic of sticking out his tongue, if only for a fraction of a second at times.
It doesn't seem he means to do it when he does.
It is almost lizard-like, an involuntary reaction.
Amazing that nothing was mentioned of the Beatlemania Paul having the same tic disorder. Here are a few examples I've found:
While the first 3 on the top, and the last one on the bottom right, seem to have no rhyme or reason for happening (sometimes he's just standing there not even talking or singing), I would say the first two on the bottom row are: 1) he's pronouncing a word, and 2) he's moistening his lips between verses.
So, can we take this to mean that if it's true of "Faul" being possibly Reptilian when his tongue juts out involuntarily, it's also true if the younger Paul did it as well?
I personally have no idea if Paul or the other three Beatles were in any way connected to Reptilians, but I have a strong hunch and suspicion at least some of the multiples of each Beatle were controlled, possessed or animated by some outside force, and Reptilians has been the best possibility to me since I started this research. I think possibly every known and unknown-to-us form of scientific technology was probably used in this huge endeavor of the Beatles deception, so some of them could be clones, others robotoids, others artificially-reprogrammed, and so on.
Here is the thread:
The Clone Conspiracy: Royal and Presidential Cloneshttp://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thr ... 7&mem=
Yeah, I didn't believe the Rept theory could be true until last year. Anyway, imo, "all roads lead to Rome" - that pretty much any avenue of research will eventually lead to the Reptilian presence & agenda.
(Unless, of course, that "avenue of research" is during "Beatlemania" and is about the Beatles?)
Not to mention the fact that if the younger Paul didn't do this, wouldn't the handlers and trainers make sure "Faul" 'unlearned' it, so as not to attract suspicion about a 'replacement'?