I sent this Sorting Out the Lennon Multiples to a man that I respect. His reply is here:
"I have no idea what's going on with Lennon's mouth, but seems to me it
could involve metal crowns on his molars; the straight line might be
actually from the back of his tongue when singing a particular word, or
might be a photographic artifact of some kind - or not.
But how are we
ever gonna know? The hand moving toward McCartney's mouth might be as
simple as a "makeup touch-up" - maybe his lip was too shiny.
I was hoping he would be fazed by what is in this topic but he didn't seem to be. I'm a litle bothered that he dismissed it the way he did but what can I do ?
As for Tablet #8, these couple of parts:
But, know ye, the Masters were mighty in magic,
able to lift the Veil from the face of the serpent,
able to send him back to his place.
Came they to man and taught him the secret,
the WORD that only a man can pronounce.
Swift then they lifted the Veil from the serpent
and cast him forth from the place among men.
Is the WORD KININIGIN ? It might be so I've read. 'They' cannot pronounce this word. I've also read that ages ago when a stranger would walk into an area where he was not known, a Sufi master would request the stranger to say the word. If he could not pronounce the word he would be whisked away and beheaded, because this inability to pronounce this word was enough to prove the 'person' (the newcomer) was not human. He would be given many chances at saying it though before he was killed. They didn't fool around back then.
I think the same can be said for the Masters who knew the white and the black; the Masters who were mighty in magic; the Masters who conquered these beings and drove them below; only the white Master may control and bind them while in the flesh.
These Sufi Masters are still out there; some even here in North America. They remain hidden; they know the black and the white but do what must be done without separating what's good from what's evil. Like the ones who judge something as bad but do not know there is something more to it than what they perceive as good or evil.