The Good Guise

Listen To The Colors Of Your Dreams

When one considers taking on the task of documenting the two witnesses and the prophecies they delivered, almost immediately a fairly serious issue arises. That is, how does anyone accomplish in an understandable fashion the successful dissection of two very subjective, hard-to-grasp subjects such as the texts of both The Bible and The Beatles? Moreover, how does one move forward from that accomplishment and establish that there is an undeniable relationship between the two? Timothy Leary stated the following in an afterword titled Thank God For The Beatles that can be found in the book The Lost Beatles Interviews by Geoffrey Giuliano:

Believe me this essay is not an attempt
to dissect, analyze, or explain
that unfolding, mysterious power
the middle-aged mind cannot understand

As you can see, the general inclination of even one of the more profound thinkers of that time period is that this task is one that is best walked quietly away from. It’s a nearly impossible task from a writer’s perspective and an equally difficult task for even the prepared reader.

But a nearly impossible task is not, fortunately, an impossible task. By emulating the stream of consciousness that flowed from God through the two witnesses this task at hand proved not nearly impossible but quite possible after all.

Art and religion are two of the most subjective, surreal areas of study a person could find to focus upon. But, by framing the two subjects within the bounds of a structured discourse such as this the elements of logic and rationality are imposed upon both subjects in a useful fashion. If this is done it becomes possible to take a fairly firm grasp of these illogical, irrational topics and inject a level of logic and rationality in them, permitting research to continue on towards a nearly complete, if not complete, understanding of the two witnesses.

The album Revolver is the last release that was made by The Beatles before the period of prophecy began. Since the album was not released during the period of prophecy it does not contain within it anything that could be considered strictly prophetic in nature. [62] However, Revolver proved crucial in many other ways in that it helped to significantly further this study of the two witnesses in a meaningful manner more than once.

In effect, Revolver was the album that served as the foundation or the spring board for the period of prophecy that immediately followed. A similar type of association can also be claimed for the album Let It Be. Let It Be, the album that was immediately issued after the period of prophecy ended, was released to bring the period of prophecy to a formal close and to address some additional aspects of the period of prophecy as well.

One way that Revolver served as a foundation for the period of prophecy is found in the song Tomorrow Never Knows, which is the last song on Revolver. This song is the last song to be released on an album by Lennon-McCartney before the start of the period of prophecy and serves to bring the period prior to the 1,260 day period of prophecy to a formal close. Since Tomorrow Never Knows is the last song on the album, it seems only fitting that the two witnesses would formally close out the period that came before the period of prophecy in this song. The two witnesses chose the very last line in the song, which is the very last line on the album, to accomplish this. Let’s take a look at the last phrase of Tomorrow Never Knows:

Or play the game
existence to the end
Of the beginning

Here, in the final phrase of the final song of the final album before the start of the period of prophecy, we are told that where we are currently at is:

the end of the beginning.

In other words, the two witnesses are telling us that with the conclusion of Revolver comes the end of the period that existed just before the period of prophecy. Of course, the way to grasp what is being said here by the two witnesses is that we need to understand that if one period is coming to an end, then another period must be starting. In this case, it is the period of prophecy that is starting.

But this chapter’s primary focus is not on all aspects of the album Revolver itself; [63] it is on the realization that Revolver shows us the importance of color usage by the two witnesses throughout the period of prophecy with the line, listen to the colors of your dreams, which, coincidentally, also appears in the song Tomorrow Never Knows. Here we are being told that we should not ignore the usage of colors by the two witnesses; that their usage is deliberate and that contained within the usage of these colors is some profound, useful information. [64]

If anyone studies the artistic releases of the two witnesses one aspect that will come to attention is that the two witnesses used colors to put forth quite a bit of information. A consistency was identified in the way that various colors were referenced and eventually this led to an understanding that the use of each particular color was put forth deliberately so that a specific meaning could consistently be conveyed to the public in a symbolic manner.

The colors identified as containing the greatest degree of symbolic significance when they were used repeatedly throughout the period of prophecy follow now and are accompanied by what comments seem appropriate. This chapter seeks to compile a list of the colors that are of greatest significance to the two witnesses and show you how this is so.

Before a person can begin to study the colors of the two witnesses the decision must first be made that it is worth the time and effort to complete such a task. It only seems logical to say that a person would not embark on a task unless something first took place serving to motivate one in that direction. It will be helpful if we at least look at how it came to be that the colors of the two witnesses were found to be worth focusing upon. To do this, we should turn our attention now to the color green.

Green:

It was while studying the Yellow Submarine album cover that it was first seen that colors were being used by the two witnesses to convey their messages of prophecy and other related information to us all. Great progress had already been made while studying the cover of Yellow Submarine as it had already been determined that the picture on the cover of Yellow Submarine was a time line. [65] After proving that, the process to tie the pictures on the cover of Yellow Submarine back to the two witnesses began and it was discovered at that time that the colors found on the cover of Yellow Submarine were of significance.

During that point of researching the two witnesses the following two figures that appear on the cover of Yellow Submarine were examined:

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At this time it was realized that these two people visually form the number 11. This observation in turn generated an interest in Revelation 11 and, in short, it was determined that these two people were placed on the cover to represent the two witnesses, [66] as it is Revelation 11 that contains the two witnesses. An effort was put forth after making this observation to try and determine why they were extending outwards with their hands what appeared to be green apples. [67] As Revelation 11 was reviewed it was noted that in verse 4 the two witnesses were described as being two olive trees. What is being conveyed to us with this phrase olive trees? The answer to that question is found in Zechariah 4:1-6 as there is a very nice summation of how these olive trees should be understood from a biblical point of view:

The Gold Lampstand and the Two Olive Trees
Then the angel who talked with me returned and wakened me, as one is wakened from sleep.
He asked me, “What do you see?”
I answered, “I see a solid gold lampstand with a bowl at the top and seven lamps on it, with seven channels to the lamps.
Also there are two olive trees by it, one on the right of the bowl and the other on its left.”
I asked the angel who talked with me, “What are these, my lord?”
He answered, “Do you not know what these are?” “No, my lord,” I replied.
So he said to me, “This is the word of the LORD to Zerubbabel:
‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD Almighty.

Here the phrase olive tree is being used to symbolically represent someone or something that transmits the word of the Lord. With this being said, we could then surmise that olives, or the oil that can be extracted from olives, would fit well into this arrangement by symbolically representing prophecy coming from a prophet, or olive tree. So, now when we go back and look at these two men on the cover of Yellow Submarine that are now understood to be symbolic representatives of the two witnesses that appear in Revelation 11 we can conclude that what they are holding out in their hands are not apples after all, but olives, and these olives are on the cover to represent the notion that the two witnesses will be putting forth prophecies during this portion of the timeline. It was then thought that since the color of these olives on the cover of Yellow Submarine is green that perhaps it would be possible to find other references to the color green within the artistic efforts of John and Paul and also be able to conclude that those other instances of the color’s usage were also being done to convey to the public this notion of prophecy. This turned out to be the case as there is a strong consistency of meaning to be found within the period of prophecy when one focuses on the use of a particular color. To better explain this, let’s take a look now at a few of the songs that contain the use of the color green.

During the period of prophecy, four Lennon-McCartney songs were released that explicitly reference the color green somewhere in its lyrics. Those songs are:

Yellow Submarine
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
All Together Now
Sun King

Yellow Submarine.

In the song Yellow Submarine the color green, as the following two lines from the song indicate, is used to describe the sea that the Yellow Submarine moves around in:

Till we found the sea of green

and

Sky of blue and sea of green

If we are to work within the bounds of a hypothesis that states:

the use of the color green during the period of prophecy
is such that each time the color green is used
it is used to consistently convey the notion of prophecy

then we would need to say that this sea of green is a sea made up of various prophecies, which we can think of as being different instances of knowledge from God. The idea that the two witnesses traveled around fully engulfed in prophecy seemed to be a fitting starting point in terms of understanding the whole Yellow Submarine effort. [68]

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.

The imagery found in the song Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds is understandable once we begin to see the manner in which the two witnesses defined the various colors that are mentioned in the song. Here is the line that contains the word green:

Cellophane flowers of yellow and green
towering over your head.

We are told here that what is represented with the colors yellow and green is going through a period of growth, a growth that could be thought of as being similar to a realization, or an awakening. Without getting into a complete breakdown of what is being said in either the entire song or Revelation 12:1-2 [69], we should just start thinking about this particular phrase as meaning:

There will come a time
when the power of Jesus Christ [70] and prophecy
will expand significantly.

All Together Now.

Black, white, green, red / can I take my friend to bed?

The song All Together Now is a song that states all the various ways, or methods, that information is delivered by the two witnesses during the period of prophecy.

  1. The first verse is one that acknowledges the numerological aspect of the prophecies of the two witnesses.
  2. The next verse is one that references the ability to derive anagrams from the works of the two witnesses.
  3. The third verse, the one that contains this phrase containing the color green is designed to give the same level of significance to the use of colors during the period of prophecy that words and numbers have.

This song is titled All Together Now because the individuals that eventually come to realize that prophecies are to be found within the Lennon-McCartney works that were created during the period of prophecy need to work all three of these angles at the same time, or all together, in order for a person to begin to understand what is being put forth by the two witnesses. Of course, with the appearance of the color green in this song we can conclude that green does carry with it a high level of significance as far as the two witnesses and the prophecies they delivered are concerned.

Sun King.

Chicka ferdy parasol (Girl green for the sun)

Although the bulk of what the two witnesses wrote is in English, there are instances in which it would be helpful to know how to speak foreign languages. One of those instances is now, as we see that Sun King is an abstract mix of several different languages and only by looking on various Beatles’ web sites was it possible to find out how this phrase translates to English. But here, again we can successfully incorporate the relationship between green and prophecy to help us gain the following understanding of this particular line in Sun King. If we look at the line currently under consideration once again,

Chicka ferdy parasol (Girl green for the sun)

we see that the word Girl in the phrase was meant to represent Mary Magdalene and green was meant to represent prophecy, The word sun was employed has a homonym to reference the word son. If we incorporate these three observations into one cohesive thought, or statement, we see that this simple five word phrase was intended to convey the following:

Prophecy is going to be used to allow the finding of the tomb of Mary Magdalene.
The tomb must be found so that the plan of Jesus Christ [71] is furthered.

Blue:

The color blue was used throughout the period of prophecy to convey a specific concept; that being the symbolic representation of organized religion, their doctrines, their quest for power, and their efforts to suppress anything that may weaken their position in the world.

There were seven songs released during the period of prophecy that referenced the color blue. Those seven songs are:

Yellow Submarine
Penny Lane
Dear Prudence
Yer Blues
All Together Now
Because
Honey Pie

Yellow Submarine and Penny Lane:

These two songs make reference to a sky of blue and blue suburban skies respectively. We now know that rain depicts the transference of knowledge from God to a given entity. A blue sky, however, is one that is sunny and free of rain, meaning that the potential to detect this transfer of knowledge from God under a blue sky is not possible. But what earthly variable is at work creating and maintaining this blue sky? The effort of organized religion, according to the two witnesses, is one of the most significant variables at play in this regard, for organized religion invariably fills each and every of its followers full of conceptions, removing their ability to act as children of God, those that have no pre-conceptions. Organized religion generally tends to remove the chance that a parishioner has to get close to God and Jesus Christ by negatively impacting the parishioner’s ability to recognize the unique relationship that both God and Jesus Christ want to have with each and every person.

In addition, the color blue manifests itself at the personal level as well. For example, an atheist that absolutely believes that there is no God would never even consider the information delivered by the two witnesses as coming from God. If they even get to the point that they acknowledge that what is being shown here in this book does appear to be verifiable, they would attribute what is going on here as something being fully initiated by man and therefore remove the possibility that perhaps some sort of divine intervention is a variable that must be acknowledged. They would say that John and Paul were using the story of the two witnesses in The Bible as an artistic springboard, if you will. After all, this type of activity goes on all the time when artists create. [72]

As you see from the above statements, the ability to receive prophecy from God can be impacted at both the personal level and the social level in a very negative manner.

Dear Prudence

the sky is blue

Yer Blues

blue mist round my soul

All Together Now

Black, white, green, red
Can I take my friend to bed?
Pink, brown, yellow orange and blue I love you

Because

Because the sky is blue, it makes me cry

Honey Pie

Play it to me Hollywood blues

As you can see, the above five songs all make reference to the color blue. Without explaining in detail the specific symbolic meaning of each of the songs [73] it should be noted that each of these occurrences of the color blue support the hypothesis that the two witnesses did maintain a strong sense of consistency in terms of word usage throughout the entire period of prophecy.

Red:

The color red was one of the more important colors used by the two witnesses during the period of prophecy for it is the color red that is tied directly to Mary Magdalene. With the prophecies of the two witnesses centered on causing the re-emergence of her bloodline, the two witnesses were correct in assigning this symbolic connection to the color red.

Of the 69 or so songs that were released by the two witnesses, 10 of those songs directly or symbolically reference the color red. By examining the various songs that this color is used it is able to be shown that the use of this color takes place in a consistent manner. Those songs are:

Strawberry Fields
When I’m 64
Lovely Rita
Glass Onion
All Together Now
Your Mother Should Know
I Will
Sun King
Julia
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

All of the references to the color red in the songs above are consistent with one another in that they all relate to the role that Mary Magdalene plays in the coming to pass of Revolution 12 & 13; one that can ultimately be tied back to the effect that the finding of the tomb of Mary Magdalene will have. Let’s take a brief look at these 10 references to the color red to better understand how this is so:

Strawberry Fields:

Strawberry Fields is a song that puts forth the common definition of the color red without explicitly using the word red. This is accomplished through the use of the word strawberry, for when one thinks of a strawberry one tends to picture a red fruit. Here are the lyrics that were stated by the two witnesses that include, or refer to, strawberries in this song:

Let me take you down ‘cause I’m going to Strawberry Fields.

The line above, with the phrase Strawberry Fields, is telling us that the two witnesses are in the process of bringing about the reemergence of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene and that the bloodline has propagated much like an entire strawberry field can come from a single strawberry plant. With the take you down phrase they are telling us that the emergence of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene will result in the end of the final man-made, or iron, civilization. Then, in this same area of the song we have the following three word phrase:

Nothing is real.

Here, in the nothing is real line we are being told that the wording being used by the two witnesses is not to be taken literally, but symbolically. The phrase nothing is real should be thought of as saying nothing is literal. In this case we are not supposed to think of a strawberry in a real, or literal, manner, but as being something that symbolically refers to the living portion of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene.

Strawberry fields forever.

With this mention of Strawberry fields Forever we are being told that the bloodline of Mary Magdalene has not stopped propagating; it is alive and well even to this day and will continue on into the future.

When I’m 64

Will you still be sending me a Valentine, birthday greetings, bottle of wine?

With this line the two witnesses put forth the notion that the bloodline, symbolized here by the red Valentine, is an event that is destined to take place, and it may only happen by taking in or understanding the prophecies. [74] Once that happens the living descendants of Mary Magdalene will be identified, which can be thought of symbolically as a birth of a bloodline, which is signified here with the phrase birthday greetings. [75] The final phrase in this line – bottle of wine – has a strong Christian connotation as The Gospels convey this notion of a new wine with the coming of Jesus Christ. [76] Overall, this entire statement is saying that

the finding of the remains of Mary Magdalene
will result in her living descendents being identified
and these living descendents give rise to the two beasts in Revelation 13.
Also, we are being told here that the Establishment can only come into being
after these events have happened.
[77]

Lovely Rita

When it gets dark I tow your heart away

Though this book includes a chapter called The Sgt. Pepper Connection, which focuses on only the sequence of Sgt. Pepper songs starting with Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds and ending with Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite, the remainder of the album is of equally great significance as well. Within You, Without You, a Harrison composition, [78] serves to separate the first sequence of Lennon-McCartney compositions away from the final set of Lennon-McCartney compositions on the album. What was concluded about the final sequence of songs on Sgt. Pepper [79] was that they were also of great importance, though this book The Good Guise does not address that final sequence other than here briefly in this chapter.

What was found was that while the first sequence of songs served to tie the efforts of the two witnesses to Revelation 12 and 13, the final sequence of songs are pure prophecy, as this final sequence of songs were created to describe events that will take place during the time that the tomb of Mary Magdalene is found.

With all that being said, and without expanding this conversation to the point that the final portion of Sgt. Pepper is analyzed in detail, it has been determined that this reference to heart in the above line is made to symbolically represent the physical remains of Mary Magdalene. As the world descends into a state that allows for the rise of the anti-Christ, the world will turn symbolically dark. It is during this time that Mary Magdalene is found and then relocated.

Glass Onion

I told you ‘bout Strawberry Fields, you know, the place where nothing is real.

Strawberry Fields Forever was one of the first two songs released during the period of prophecy by the two witnesses and is of great significance. The color red is emphasized through the use of the word strawberry as the primary color of a strawberry is the color red. Strawberries are known to be very hardy plants in that they spread rapidly from a single plant. It is this aspect of the strawberry that the two witnesses chose to focus on, as they used the notion of a strawberry field to describe symbolically the spreading of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene throughout the passage of time since her death. One should think of the phrase Strawberry Fields Forever as saying the bloodline of Mary Magdalene has continued to survive and flourish since the time of her death up to and including the present day. In other words, there are descendents of Mary Magdalene that are alive and well at the present moment.

All Together Now

Black, white, green, red, can I take my friend to bed?
Pink, brown, yellow, orange and blue, I love you.

The explanation that is presented above in this chapter when discussing this same song within the context of understanding the color green applies here as well for the color red. Please reference those previous comments keeping in mind that red is used to symbolically reference Mary Magdalene and her bloodline.

Your Mother Should Know

Lift up your hearts and sing me a song

With the use of the word heart above we have a symbolic reference to the bloodline of Mary Magdalene. Basically this statement is talking about how the resurrection of the blood line of Mary Magdalene will result in the coming about of the first beast found in Revelation 13. Here, in Your Mother Should Know we see that someone is being asked to sing a song. If we recall that it is in the song Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite that Mr. H, who equates to the first beast in Revelation 13, both dances and sings [80] we should understand that here in Your Mother Should Know that this mention of singing is being made in the same manner as in Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite. Once this is understood we can see that this line above is making the following statement:

Raise up the bloodline of Mary Magdalene
so that the emergence of the first beast in Revelation 13 can take place.

I Will

Love you with all my heart

Again, the use of the word heart is being made here to symbolically reference the color red and in turn the bloodline of Mary Magdalene. Understanding how this is so becomes possible once one envisions this phrase as coming directly from God, as opposed to one being put forth from the perspective of the two witnesses.

Sun King

Happy heart world (defelice corazon)

Though this song is one that is pieced together with many different languages, after translating a portion of the song we see that we have the following phrase being generated. With heart being used in consistent fashion here once again to reference both Mary Magdalene and her bloodline, a bloodline that has continued up to the present, we are being shown that when the bloodline emerges that it will be perceived as something that is great and wonderful for the world. Of course, it all turns sour after a period of time as the anti-Christ uses this euphoria to further his own agenda.

Julia

When I can not sing my heart,
I can only sing my mind, Julia.

Here we have an honest appraisal taking place – that at times the two witnesses, because they are human, at times talk about topics other than their prophecies. This passage could best be thought of as a statement that makes it very clear that, although the period of prophecy lasted for 1,260 days, the two witnesses did not deliver prophecy in one continuous stream for those 1,260 days. Instead, we have intermittent instances of prophecy being delivered during the 1,260 day period. This statement in the song is being made to point this aspect of the prophecies out to us.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

So may I introduce to you the act you’ve known for all these years;
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

We’re Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,
We hope you will enjoy the show
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,
Sit back and let the evening go
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely,
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Once one understands that the use of the word heart, with its connection to the color red being made through the heart-blood-red relationship, serves to reference both Mary Magdalene and her bloodline the song takes on a whole new meaning. A couple lines in the song worth discussing in light of this new understanding of the use of the word heart are:

  1. the act you’ve known for all these years. Here the two witnesses are alluding to the notion that the plan of Jesus Christ has been put into motion many years ago, which is correct. In other words, what is taking place today are events that are a result of a plan laid long ago.
  2. Sit back and let the evening go. This is a phrase that is in perfect accordance with the prophecies put forth by the two witnesses. As we know, the two witnesses prophesied about the ultimate rise of the anti-Christ, which is precipitated by the finding of the tomb of Mary Magdalene and the rise of the first beast in Revelation 13. What should be obvious to you is that when all of this takes place the world as we know it will disappear. This is why we are being told to sit back and let the evening go. The use of the word evening shows us that we are currently at the tail-end of the civilization that immediately precedes the Establishment and we will indeed see this current civilization disappear, or go, just as the song indicates here at this point.

Yellow:

The color yellow is also a very critical color when it comes to understanding the message and prophecies of the two witnesses. Of all the colors used by the two witnesses during the period of prophecy, it is the only color that is directly referenced in the title of both an album and a movie with the Yellow Submarine release. The album and movie Yellow Submarine are both complex works, especially the movie Yellow Submarine. Those particular works will not be addressed in detail in this book. However, they will be referenced as needed so that the two witnesses can be better understood.

Throughout the period of prophecy the color yellow is either implied or directly referenced in the following songs:

Yellow Submarine
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
I Am The Walrus
All Together Now
Sun King

The use of the color yellow is deliberate throughout this song list in that the meaning of the color yellow in each of the songs is the same. That general theme is that the color yellow is used to represent God, Jesus Christ, or some derivation thereof. A cursory review of each of the songs will demonstrate how this is so.

Yellow Submarine:

Yellow Submarine is a highly symbolic artistic creation. This is true when one looks at the music of Yellow Submarine from a thematic high-level, and again when one evaluates the movie on a scene-by-scene, or character-by-character, basis. The two witnesses conveyed their prophecies to the Christian community using anagrams and numerology, but they also conveyed a great deal of information through pictograms as well. The cover of Abbey Road, for example, is in part a pictogram that tells us that it is now time for the tomb of Mary Magdalene to be found. Likewise, the various pictograms that appear in the movie Yellow Submarine put forth many messages that also have to do with Mary Magdalene.

At a high level, though, the movie Yellow Submarine is a story that addresses the events surrounding the finding of Mary Magdalene’s tomb. With the color blue representing the dominating influence of existing organized religions in many different facets, it is those that live in Jesus Christ, represented by those within the Yellow Submarine, that help facilitate the finding of Mary Magdalene, who is represented in many ways throughout the movie through the color red. The color green, which represents knowledge, or prophecy, from God in the form of water, is what allows the submarine to move around as needed to complete the finding of Mary Magdalene.

Once it is clearly understood what the colors yellow, red, green and blue represent it becomes a very simple affair to watch and understand the movie Yellow Submarine.

The song Yellow Submarine is a very religious song. From the very first line this is so, as the first line talks of someone being in the town where they were born. The act of being born is one that can be definitely tied to a follower of Jesus Christ. For example, the following passage appears in John 3:3:

Jesus replied,
“Very truly I tell you,
no one can see the kingdom of God
without being born again.

When the song Yellow Submarine commences with the line:

In the town where I was born…

what we are being told is:

In the town where I was born again in the spirit of Jesus Christ.

In turns out that the entire song Yellow Submarine is a very religious, Bible-based song, one that helps us to solidify to an even greater degree that John and Paul were the two witnesses.

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds:

Cellophane flowers of yellow and green towering over your head.

See the discussion of this song in this chapter where green is evaluated, keeping in mind that yellow symbolizes God and Jesus Christ.

I Am The Walrus:

Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dog’s eye.

Here we have a reference, with the color yellow coming forth from a dead object, to the death of Christianity; a death that will come about when the anti-Christ is at full strength.

Sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun,
If the sun don’t come you get a tan from standing in the English rain.

With these two lines a fairly significant amount of information is conveyed by the two witnesses. First, we have the symbolic sitting/standing dichotomy setting the stage for this statement by the two witnesses. Since sitting symbolizes the inability to detect or receive knowledge or prophecy from God, we see that at this time most who profess to be Christians are sure that the return of Jesus Christ is imminent, [81] ignoring in the process that the anti-Christ must come first. Those that are standing, on the other hand, are able to detect knowledge or prophecy coming from God. [82] The prophecies explain why it is that the return of Jesus Christ must be preceded by the rise and fall of the anti-Christ. [83]

All Together Now:

Black, white, green, red, can I take my friend to bed?
Pink, brown yellow, orange and blue, I love you.

The explanation that is presented above in this chapter when discussing this same song within the context of understanding the color green applies here as well for the color yellow. Please reference those previous comments, replacing all references to the color green with the color yellow, understanding that the color yellow is used to convey the act of living in God and Jesus Christ and applying that understanding to the color yellow as needed.

Sun King:

For the sun – (Parasol)

This phrase in Sun King tells us that everything that is taking place has a specific purpose – to support the Establishment. [84]

Black:

The color black is the most complex and multi-dimensional of all colors utilized by the two witnesses. I initially reached a one-dimensional conclusion when coming to terms with the symbolic definition of this color. Upwards of two years of my work regarding the two witnesses elapsed before I came to understand the depth of the significance that the two witnesses placed on this color. I initially fell into the same trap that Charles Manson did in that I determined that there was only a racial connotation intended with the use of the color black. I developed the hypothesis that Mary Magdalene was a black woman and that the finding of her tomb would lead to the global uplifting, or rise, of the black race. I determined also that the inter-racial marriage of John and Yoko served to emulate the supposed inter-racial marriage of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. I was firmly convinced that this understanding of the color black was a correct one, and I still stand by this understanding of the color black.

However, there is another aspect of the prophecies of the two witnesses that warrants being associated with the color black; one that carries with it profound implications in terms of coming to grips with what Jesus Christ is all about. It was realized while studying the two witnesses that they were showing us a couple things with the use of the color black.

To better understand this second use of the color black it should be reiterated that the two witnesses showed us that the plan of Jesus Christ culminates with the Establishment and that it takes place through a mixing together of the will of God and Jesus Christ with the human race. What should be understood out of this is that it is the will of God and Jesus Christ that is in control at all times.

Secondly, the plan that God and Jesus Christ have put into motion includes events that, at least from the human race’s point of view, appear to be more evil than good. How can that be? The most probable answer to this question is that the notions we have of right and wrong don’t exist at God’s level. From God’s point of view, a component of the Trinity that contains no human element, everything simply is.

Jesus, on the other hand, is a component of God that had intermingled with the human race; though he is the Son of God the human race is a part of him. [85] This is why Jesus Christ tells us what is right and wrong, to help us live correctly. Of course, living correctly from Jesus Christ’s point of view is behavior that serves to further the Establishment. This is why the central tenant of most Christians is the first commandment, which is found in Matthew 22:37:

Love the Lord your god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.

Here we are being told that we can put nothing ahead of the acknowledgment that Jesus Christ is our God and Savior. Christians also carry within them the notion that they should turn the other cheek [86]. In other words, a person that lives by these two standards would never renounce Jesus Christ and also would never strike back against a person that was forcefully trying to get them to renounce their Savior. This is all very important because in Revelation it is these beliefs held by Christians that allow the events in Revelation to come to pass. When Islam attains world-wide dominance each and every Christian will face the harsh reality of having to decide whether to renounce Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and become a Muslim or be beheaded. Jesus Christ showed us many things when he allowed himself to be crucified, one of those being that if a person has a strong conviction then they should be willing to die for it. It seems that those Christians that are alive when the anti-Christ comes to power will have the opportunity to make their convictions regarding their beliefs known to all.

But the significance of the color black is that the two witnesses have shown us that a false understanding of the Jesus Christ/Mary Magdalene relationship – that they were married – leads eventually to the anti-Christ. In effect, we should understand that from a theoretical point of view it is from Jesus Christ that the anti-Christ comes. It is when this false belief that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalene becomes accepted that the color black enters into the picture. Jesus Christ allows all of this to take place and it is at this time that the plan of Jesus Christ enters into a black or dark territory, one that most Christians simply can not comprehend, let alone acknowledge.

The following nine songs have incorporated into them these symbolic definitions as they make use of the color black in one manner or another. Let’s take a brief look at each of them to see how this is so.

Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Good Morning, Good Morning
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (reprise)
Blackbird
Rocky Raccoon
Yer’ Blues
Cry Baby Cry
All Together Now
Let It Be

Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band & Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise):

With the use of the word pepper, the two witnesses incorporate the symbolic definition of black into the song Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. There are two other powerful symbols used in this title as well. That being Hearts, which incorporates some aspect of Mary Magdalene into the title. Band is also used to tie the two witnesses to the title as well. In light of the symbolic definition of each of these components of the title, this song title is meant to convey the following:

The two witnesses will prophesy and the result
of the prophecies is the reemergence of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene
which brings about the rise of the anti-Christ.

Good Morning, Good Morning:

With the use of the word dark in the following verse the symbolic meaning of black is incorporated in the song:

People running round, it’s five o’clock,
Everywhere in town is getting dark,
Everyone you see is full of life,
It’s time for tea and ‘Meet the Wife’.

With the phrase Everywhere in town is getting dark we are being told that the world is transforming into one that is perfect for the rise of the anti-Christ. What is also being conveyed here is that the pivotal event needed for the anti-Christ to come into being is the recovery of the tomb of Mary Magdalene with the phrase It’s time for tea and ‘Meet the Wife’. With Mary being considered to be the wife of Jesus Christ we are being told that the time is coming for the finding of her tomb to take place.

Blackbird:

Blackbird singing in the dead of night

Blackbird fly, Blackbird fly

The symbolic significance of the song Blackbird is easily explained once we correctly identify the biblical passage from which the concept of this Blackbird was derived. Revelation 12:14 is as follows:

13 When the dragon saw that he had been hurled to the earth,
he pursued the woman who had given birth to the male child.
4 The woman was given the two wings of a great eagle,
so that she might fly to the place prepared for her in the wilderness,
where she would be taken care of for a time, times and half a time,
out of the serpent’s reach.

This passage in Revelation is one that is describing an event that takes place once the tomb of Mary Magdalene is found. Here we see that the woman, who we now know is a symbolic meant to represent the remains of Mary Magdalene, is being moved to a place of safety, away from those that wish to take possession of her for reasons that work against the Establishment. The way that the passage is phrased, though, is such that if the passage is taken literally then it could be construed that the woman has wings [87] of her own and can fly. This is where the bird portion of Blackbird comes from. The color black is employed by the two witnesses to further describe Mary Magdalene because they understand that it is from the remains of Mary Magdalene that the first beast and the second beast – the anti-Christ – come from. In short, the color black is intended to convey to us here that all of the events that come about as a result of finding the tomb of Mary Magdalene are such that they primarily serve a single purpose – to bring about the eventual rise of the anti-Christ.

Rocky Raccoon:

Now somewhere in the black mining hills of Dakota
There lived a young boy named Rocky Raccoon

Rocky Raccoon is Paul McCartney at his finest. This song is but one of many that the two witnesses released that talks about the upcoming death of Christianity. Rocky, who represents Jesus Christ, emulates perfectly the death of Christianity when Rocky collapses in the corner.

Regarding the use of the color black in the song as shown in the phrase above, the two witnesses are telling us in a subtle manner that Jesus Christ is the source of the events that take place that are directly related to the anti-Christ. With Rocky living in, or inhabiting, the black mountain hills, we are being told that Jesus Christ is a contributor to the rise of the anti-Christ. This makes sense as everything that takes place in Revelation is a direct result of the will of God and Jesus Christ, plus his supposed marriage to Mary Magdalene involves him as well.

Yer’ Blues:

Black cloud crossed my mind

The two witnesses are telling us here they know that the prophecies they are delivering are related to the rise of the anti-Christ.

Cry Baby Cry:

For a seance in the dark

Here, the word dark incorporates the symbolic definition of black as it is used to point us to the time that the anti-Christ either comes into power or just before that happens, when the world is preparing for the anti-Christ. This line is used in the song as more of a time reference, helping us to place the events of the song as taking place during the time of the anti-Christ. What has become apparent, and this is a good example, is that the two witnesses wrote songs that seem to have been intended for a future audience, not the one that they were delivered to. In other words, the relevancy of the songs, this one for example, has become even stronger for the current generation as we get nearer to the time that the anti-Christ comes into power and completes his part of Revelation.

All Together Now:

Black, white, green, red, can I take my friend to bed?
Pink, brown yellow, orange and blue, I love you.

The explanation that is presented above in this chapter when discussing this same song within the context of understanding the color green applies here as well for the color black. Please reference those previous comments for they apply here as well keeping in mind that black is primarily intended to convey concepts related to the aspects of God’s plan that are not normally considered to originate with God but do originate there.

Let It Be:

And in my hour of darkness

This line, again, is used to place the events going on in the song during the time of the anti-Christ, since it is this time that is strongly associated with Mary Magdalene and the color black. Basically, the song is telling us that the anti-Christ has to be but at the same time there is still the chance for some personal salvation to be achieved through this terrible time.

And when the night is cloudy
She is standing right in front of me
Speaking words of wisdom
Let it be

Night is used to incorporate black into this phrase. Here we are being told that the rise of the anti-Christ must take place and that Mary Magdalene plays a pivotal role in it all.

White:

The color white is used by the two witnesses to convey information related to the idea that the two witnesses were Gentiles. This definition expands to characterize the prophecies as well, emphasizing that the prophecies also contain Gentile-like qualities. The color white is also used to describe the intended recipients of the prophecies – Gentiles living near the end of the iron civilization, the final man-made civilization that is a result primarily because of the efforts of Gentiles.

The following songs make use of the color white in some form of fashion. A brief explanation of how this is so follows:

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
All Together Now
The White Album
Lovely Rita

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds:

rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies

The use of the word marshmallow is intended to convey the notion of white here in this song. White conveys the idea that the Gentile that delivers the prophecies. Since this is the case, it stands to reason that the prophecies they delivered would also contain within them this connotation of white, which led the two witnesses to refer to their musical releases as containing a marshmallow, or white, quality.

All Together Now:

Black, white, green, red, can I take my friend to bed?
Pink, brown, yellow, orange and blue, I love you.

The explanation that is presented above in this chapter when discussing this same song within the context of understanding the color green applies here as well for the color white. Please reference those previous comments for they apply here as well, keeping in mind that the color white was used to convey the Gentile aspect of the two witnesses; that Gentiles delivered and received the prophecies of the two witnesses .

The White Album:

The album cover of The Beatles(The White Album), is as significant to the two witnesses as the more elaborate ones, such as Sgt. Pepper and Yellow Submarine. The message to be taken away from the cover of this album is that The Beatles delivered prophecy that supported the dark aspect of the plan of God to a civilization that was comprised mainly of Gentiles, or white people. This is conveyed by this album cover as here we have The Beatles shown against a white background. [88]

Lovely Rita:

When it gets dark I tow your heart away.

The final sequence of songs on Sgt. Pepper is prophetic in nature in that they tie directly to the time that the tomb of Mary Magdalene is found. This line in the song substantiates that claim as the song helps to provide a timeframe to the events taking place in the song. That is, the events in the song are taking place when Mary Magdalene is found. At this time the world becomes darker, allowing for the rise of the anti-Christ. At this time the world is preparing for the emergence of the first beast and then the emergence of the second beast of Revelation 13.

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