922 – A Touch of Vermouth

From TKIN

As Beacon pointed out earlier, if Lonely Hearts, using ordinal position, were to be in use by the Beatles to send a message, using British date structure would be in fact August 12th, with December 8th then being the “what is being communicated through them” piece.

August 12th 1966 being John Lennon’s apology for more popular than Jesus, which was a completely accurate statement misconstrued by the southern US and the media.

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Re: Paul Is Dead True Story
« Reply #13 on Aug 12, 2007, 1:18am »
Once upon a long ago, lived four young lads I’m sure you know. The other three, you know them two. You’ll know me better when this is through. Before the band was on the run, a natures child followed the sun. And soon the four became a three, a list of clues for those to see. A story told in fine detail, to keep the loonies on the trail. A coin, a sheep, a favored son, were welcomed guest when the day was done. Now, those days are gone, the stories told, in rivers of ash, and urns of gold. A final hint to all of those, who refuse to see the Emporer’s clothes.

Apollo C. Vermouth

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Apollo’s final post. Remember that Apollo talked of what he was at liberty to say on September 3 2006.

Beacon, note the date of Apollo’s last post…

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2 thoughts on “922 – A Touch of Vermouth”

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