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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Love Hertz, Chapter 27: Yoko is God!

a few days ago a friend, who is autistic and mostly nonverbal, used a keyboard to type a message, which he does occasionally:

first he typed the numbers 1 through 7 in a row, then this:

juxhzrt ,./27t

my corrrespondent also sent part of this message -- the 27t portion -- by e-mail to a famous musician, a contemporary of John Lennon

i won't interpret my correspondent's message in full here, as some of it is private; however, i will speculate on the "public portions" of it

after receiving the message by e-mail, i did some preliminary research, but mostly waited to see if any of the letter sequencing, punctuation, and/or numbers would "turnup"

because the 27t was sent to two individuals, one of whom is a "celebrity," it's probably a sort of centerpiece in the brief correspondence -- a main clue

so when two days ago the story below appeared on my favorite "oracle," yahoonews, i figured we had a "hit":


Film to explore the mind of John Lennon's killer

By Steve Gorman Thu Nov 3, 7:26 PM ET

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Twenty-five years after the murder of former Beatle John Lennon, a Canadian-based film company is set to explore the mind of his killer in a movie starring Lindsay Lohan and Jared Leto, backers of the project said on Thursday.

Leto, who played a heroin addict in "Requiem for a Dream" and a cocaine-snorting arms dealer in "Lord of War," has signed on to portray Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, in the upcoming independent film "Chapter 27."

Lohan, the teenage "Mean Girls" star last seen in "Herbie: Fully Loaded," will play a fictional Lennon fan who befriends Chapman during the weekend he kills the musician outside his Manhattan apartment building.
Leto, 33, and Lohan, 19, are rumored to be dating, but her publicist told Reuters only that the two have spent time in recent months "doing research for the movie together."

The parts of Lennon and wife Yoko Ono have not been cast.

Peace Arch Entertainment President John Flock, whose Toronto-based company is financing the picture, said the character of Lennon himself would get relatively little screen time as the movie focuses on Chapman in the days leading up to the murder.

The role Lohan will play was created as a plot device to help filmmakers deconstruct Chapman and his motivation for killing the rock celebrity, Flock said.

"It's a psychological study of (Chapman)," Flock told Reuters. "I wouldn't call it a sympathetic portrayal of him, but you do kind of get into Chapman's head."

Likewise, Flock suggested the murder itself would be depicted in a relatively circumspect manner. "It's the most significant event in the movie, but we're not planning on giving it much if any screen time."
Chapman, currently serving a prison sentence of 20 years to life, shot Lennon to death outside the Dakota apartment building on December 8, 1980, hours after getting the former Beatle to autograph a copy of his newly released comeback album "Double Fantasy."

Flock said the title of the film, "Chapter 27," is a reference to the 26 chapters in the J.D. Salinger coming-of-age novel "The Catcher in the Rye," which Chapman cited as his inspiration for the murder. Chapman has said he identified with the book's hero, who hated phonies, and gunned Lennon down because he thought him a hypocrite.

Production on the film, the brainchild of first-time writer and director Jarrett Schaeffer, is set to begin January 16 in New York, with producers aiming for a commercial release late next year, Flock said.

J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye has two aspects: one as a serious and popular work of fiction, and the other as a Manchurian Candidate trigger-tool, a kind of guidebook or extended mantra designed and applied for mind control/influence

both John Hinckley and Mark David Chapman were obsessed with the book, and Lennon autographed Chapman's copy on the day of the killing, along with a copy of Double Fantasy

Salinger is considered by some a longtime U.S. Intelligence "asset," with his formal grooming beginning at Valley Forge Military Academy

i won't re-hash all the ritualistic/occult aspects of Lennon's murder -- it's been covered pretty well elsewhere, and i'm certainly no expert

however, combined with Chapman's post-murder, zombified behavior, and his paradoxical statements, it's very likely that he was a tool -- of somebody

after the killing, Chapman repeatedly refers to the Ban-like Yoko Ono -- and, at least in adult life, Chapman had an ongoing "internal relationship" with a group of beings he called the Little People

in a statement to police three hours after the killing, Chapman says:

I went to the building. It’s called the Dakota. I stayed there until he came out and asked him to sign my album. At that point my big part won and I wanted to go back to my hotel, but I couldn’t. I waited until he came back. He came in a car. Yoko walked past first and I said hello, I didn’t want to hurt her.

[source: Fred McGunagle's essay on Crime Library]

the final phrase got my antennae up . . . here is a man sufficiently out-of-personal-control that, moments later, he can fire point-blank into another man five times, squeezing off the rounds methodically

after which, pacing the sidewalk and waiting for the cops, he pulls a copy of Catcher from his coat-pocket and reads steadily, as one might for comfort from a Bible . . .

yet in these very intense, emotional, and violent moments, Chapman recalls his internal dialgoue as capable of saying he "didn't want to hurt her [Yoko]"

in his October 3, 2000, statement to the N.Y. Parole Board (which was strictly pro forma, he wasn't going anywhere!), Chapman says:

And I will not appeal any decision you have. If it’s a decision to keep me here in the prison, I will not appeal it, and I never will. I’d like the opportunity to apologize to Mrs. Lennon. I’ve thought about what it’s like in her mind to be there that night, to see the blood, to hear the screams, to be up all night with the Beatle music playing through her apartment window . . . .

And I’m sorry that ever occurred. And I want to talk about Mrs. Lennon again. I can’t imagine her pain. I can’t feel it. I’ve tried to think about what it would be like if somebody harmed my family, and there’s just no way to make up for that, and if I have to stay in prison the rest of my life for that one person’s pain, everybody else to the side for a second, just that one person’s pain, I will . . . .

Again, I’m not saying these things for – for you to give me any kind of consideration for letting me go. I’m saying that because they are real, and it happened to me, and I felt her pain then, and I can honestly say I didn’t want to feel it up until then. It’s a horrible thing to, you know, realize what you’ve done.

something smells here . . . and all the sulpher ain't coming from Mark David . . .

Chapman is now a born-again Christian, and ascribes the inspiration for killing Lennon to internal voices/the devil

i'm not necessarily disagreeing with him, but if he's correct, then i think both Chapman and "the devil" had a LOT of help in the separation of John Lennon's spirit from its body

help that has not yet been identified

as the cops searched him, Chapman is reported to have said:

I acted alone

uh . . . whuh?!

who says shit like that after killing somebody? murderers characteristically aren't in such a delicate, empathetic state-of-mind, that their foremost concern is the potential false-accusation of others at some future undeterminded point!


the frantic hatred that Chapman still elicits in many people -- folks who "believe" in the song "Give Peace a Chance," -- amazes me to this day

John had a fairly violent youth, but that's not the same as obsessive vengance

in the "Crime Library" article, one New Yorker, no doubt Speaking on behalf of many in my generation, said:

If he is set free, something will happen to him. This is New York. 'Accidents' happen.

hmm . . . would that include twin towers?

at Chapman's 2004 parole hearing, Yoko stated that he still posed a threat to her and her family

hmm . . . her and her family . . .

we get this exchange in the September 1980 Playboy Magazine interview with David Sheff:

PLAYBOY: Yoko, how did you feel about John's becoming a househusband?

ONO: When John and I would go out, people would come up and say, "John, what are you doing?" but they never asked about me, because, as a woman, I wasn't supposed to be doing anything.

LENNON: When I was cleaning the cat shit and feeding Sean, she was sitting in rooms full of smoke with men in three-piece suits that they couldn't button.

ONO: I handled the business: old business -- Apple, Maclen [the Beatles' record company and publishing company, respectively] and new investments.”

LENNON: They can't stand it. But they have to stand it, because she is who represents us. [Chuckles] They're all male, you know, just big and fat, vodka lunch, shouting males, like trained dogs, trained to attack all the time. Recently, she made it possible for us to earn a large sum of money that benefited all of them and they fought and fought not to let her do it, because it was her idea and she was a woman and she was not a professional. But she did it, and then one of the guys said to her, "Well, Lennon does it again." But Lennon didn't have anything to do with it.”

there's also the following exchange, in which Yoko reveals her hardly-egalitarian (but certainly feminist!) uncertainty over whether the couple's 150-million-dollar "worth" was sufficient to meet her "security needs":

PLAYBOY: To what extent do you play the game without getting caught up in it -- money for the sake of money, in other words?

ONO: There is a limit. It would probably be parallel to our level of security. Do you know what I mean? I mean the emotional-security level as well.

PLAYBOY: Has it reached that level yet?

ONO: No, not yet. I don't know. It might have.

PLAYBOY: You mean with $150,000,000? Is that an accurate estimate?

ONO: I don't know what we have. It becomes so complex that you need to have ten accountants working for two years to find out what you have. But let's say that we feel more comfortable now.

PLAYBOY: How have you chosen to invest your money?

ONO: To make money, you have to spend money. But if you are going to make money, you have to make it with love. I love Egyptian art. I make sure to get all the Egyptian things, not for their value but for their magic power. Each piece has a certain magic power. Also with houses. I just buy ones we love, not the ones that people say are good investments.

PLAYBOY: The papers have made it sound like you are buying up the Atlantic Seaboard.

ONO: If you saw the houses, you would understand.

actually, Yoko, hon: No, i wouldn't understand your avarice and powerlust, any more than i understand your self-professed witchcraft

but i just might understand you!

i have a very hard time picturing John Lennon giving a live interview, sitting next to someone who is speaking largely for them both, and remaining silent while his "partner" equates enormous wealth and real-estate transactions with "love"

Yoko allegedly introduced John to heroin: as the Wicked Witch of the West croons, "Poppies will put them to sleep . . . poppies"

. . . then to top it off, her unconscious surfacing like Leviathan, her arrogance too vast to repress, Yoko morphs straight into I make sure to get all the Egyptian things, not for their value but for their magic power

here's another revealing exchange:

LENNON: Yoko looks upon men as assistants. . . . Of varying degrees of intimacy, but basically assistants. And this one's going to take a pee. [He exits]

ONO: I have no comment on that. But when I met John, women to him were basically people around who were serving him. He had to open himself up and face me -- and I had to see what he was going through. But ... I thought I had to move on again, because I was suffering being with John.

Dragon Rising


Mother Hydra

to recap: the message we're working from was 1-7 juxhzrt ,./27t

because Catcher in the Rye has 26 chapters, the 27t portion of the message suggests a new, or 27th, chapter to be added -- an epilogue or coda

x in these communications usually means "love"

the hzrt suggests "hertz," the standard measuring unit of frequency (periodicity), one hertz being equivalent to one second or cycle-per-second -- used typically in electromagnetics, acoustics, and wavelength measurements

alternately, without much meaning change, hzrt can be divided into hz (hertz) and rt

rt is found frequently in Qim Tunes, usually designating "ruy tort," which appears to identify both a person and an aspect of awareness analogous to "conscience" or perhaps "judgment"

Earth emits hertz at ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) in the 1 - 30 range, as part of both its the extant and potential communications

(hey, didn't your Mom ever tell you to stop talking to yourself? LOL)

in this particular message, hrtz probably doubles as hertz and hurts, so that the preceding x forms the phrase love hertz/love hurts

i don't yet have a helpful guess on the punctuation

the 1 - 7 numeric series could refer to the ancient world's conception of the "universe" consisting of seven planets or aerial spheres or beings (mirrored by seven infernal/subterranean spheres, levels, or beings), which were "houses" or "gates" for negotiation/passage during occult/initiatory rituals

Chapter 12 of the Gospel of Matthew also refers to seven "demons" or "powers"

the chapter relates an instance of demonic temptation of Jesus by the "Pharisees," and Jesus' resulting exorcism simultaneously in his real-time moment and in the "latter days"

Jesus is described as "knowing the thoughts" of the Pharisee-demons (who stand, in this instance, as a collectively-possessed priesthood, a fallen fraternity, analogous to Skull and Bones and a wide array of other blood-ritual organizations)

because the "Pharisees" attempt to use the Holy Spirit for power and profit, Jesus warns:

Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.

And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.

greed via use of the "Holy Spirit" brings to mind televangelists, presidents, and so forth -- but also Yoko's stated avarice

the "Pharisees" then try to tempt Jesus into a miraculous demon-stration (an unnecessary, and therefore unholy, show of power)

but -- after identifying them and their generation as a "nest of vipers" -- he declines, calling them faithless and "an evil and adulterous generation"

then, in Matthew 40-50, he delivers to them an endtime prophecy that begins with his own descent and sojourn until resurrection:

For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

[Christian theology holds that Jesus "ascended" -- but Matthew asserts that some aspect of him, at least, not only descended, but was to remain in the underworld for a non-literal "three days," presumably until the endtime]

then the Bad News:

The men of Nineveh shall rise in judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: because they repented at the preaching of Jonas; and, behold, a greater than Jonas is here.

The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: for she came from the uttermost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here.

When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none.

Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished.

Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation.

While he yet talked to the people, behold, his mother and his brethren stood without, desiring to speak with him.

Then one said unto him, Behold, thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to speak with thee.

But he answered and said unto him that told him, Who is my mother? and who are my brethren?

And he stretched forth his hand toward his disciples, and said, Behold my mother and my brethren!

For whosoever shall do the will of my Father which is in heaven, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother.

Jesus is perfoming a kind of mass-exorcism on his fallen generation, through the temporal vehicles of the Wicked Priests ("Pharisees") and the transtemporal, or atemporal, vehicles of the "seven wicked spirits" -- both groups not only maintaining, but increasing power sevenfold during the intervening millennia. Likewise, the beast of the Book of Revelation is seven-headed, and thus hydra-like.)

it's critical that Jesus' exorcism operates both inside and outside of time, because the beast is atemporal

magnification of evil in the endtimes via the "seven spirits" or "powers" carries strong devolutionary overtones ("the last state of that man is worse than the first")

then, after again slamming the current and future "wicked generation," and in an apparent non sequiter, Jesus suddenly starts preaching about personal relationships, and makes a clear-cut -- and no doubt unpopular -- denial of the primacy of blood-kinship with his mother and brother (which, btw, he does elsewhere in the New Testament)

but why?

what does the transtemporal wickedness of demonic beings -- and the temporal wickedness of people who falsifying themselves before the Spirit of Truth -- have to do with Jesus' own mother and brother? didn't Jesus preach honor to one's mother and father?

honor and respect, yes . . . but in Matthew 12, in a chapter in which First Century C.E. Jesus is attempting to exorcise the Endtime Demon, the World Serpent -- he specifically demands that blood/kinship/tribal bonds be subservient to his Father's will

in effect, Jesus says that at the endtimes, prior to his re-emergence from "three days" in death/hell/earth's heart/the underworld, his real-time "wicked generation" will wind-back upon itself in ouroboric devolution, denying the Father, and placing collective faith and power in the ancient, matriarchal, serpent-worshipping Mother-Son or Mother-Brother complex

in Matthew 12, Jesus predicts the feminization of the secular and religious West, and makes a plain distinction between those who are within Him and those who are without: those who do the "will of my Father" are within the true Church, and those who revert to blood-kinship and make a god of family are outside Israel, outside the inner church

Jesus warns us to honor our mother and brother (that is, our family-units) but to obey the Father

Jesus is NOT preaching against the nuclear family here, nor against the family unit as an organizing principle amongst human beings -- but he's making it very clear that when the current and future "generations" revert to "family," and when powerful interests use "family" to advance malicious and selfish agendas, civilization is effectively demonic, and in need of his collective exorcism

. . . and subject to collective exorcism

we witness the same dynamic in modern times, with most religions deifying the family unit, particularly in the matriarchal West -- indeed, Family under the mother has supplanted god, at urging and with support of the "clergy"

Jesus' "family" is greater than blood-bond and tribal/kinship systems, which usually have to do with gaining or expanding earthly power (Saddam Hussein and George Bush's tribal families are excellent and loathesome examples)

the "people" expect Jesus to fulfill their expectations/demands and submit to familial authority, but he makes it clear that such submission places them under the Powers of the Earth, who use both "religion" and "the family" for demonic purposes (faith-based initiatives, etc.)

in the real-time of Jesus, the generation was wicked because it disobeyed its Father, and persecuted his rightful son

in the last days -- whether that is our time, or a thousand years hence -- the "generation" is seven-times-wicked, seven levels of hell beyond disobedience: they mock and exclude earthly fatherhood, and deny the potency -- and very existence -- of any spiritual Father

yet many of these "churches" call themselves "Christian" and claim to love Jesus

hooo-baby . . .

none of this, including the decihering of my autistic friend's keyboard-message, will make much sense to most readers, particularly because i've withheld some info

but my intent here isn't to "prove" the efficacy of this communique, which, after all, was mostly a station-to-station note anyway


in part, i'm hoping to illustrate the communicative process, so that others working with autistics might take their messages more seriously, and see myriad ways in which those communications can be understood (at least in part)

Yoko and her empowered many may not get the last word, but right now, she's right: they are the President

You've heard of woman nation,

Well, that's coming, baby.

What we need is the power of trust,

That it's coming.

You've heard of the law of selection,

Well, that's how we're gonna do it, baby.

We allow men who wanna join us

The rest can just stay by themselves.

Woman power! (woman power!)Woman power! (woman power!)

Two thousand years of male society,

Laying fear and tyranny.

Seeking grades and money,

Clinging to values vain and phony.

Woman power! (woman power!)Woman power! (woman power!)

Do you know that one day

you lost your way, man?

Do you know that some day you have to pay, man?

Have you anything to say, man,

except"make no mistake about it,

I'm the president, you hear?

I wanna make one thing clear,

I'm the president, you hear?

"Woman power! (woman power!)Woman power! (woman power!)

You don't hear them singing songs,

You don't see them living life,

'cause they've got nothing to say,

but"make no mistake about it,

I'm the president, you hear?

I wanna make one thing clear,

I'm the president, you hear?

"Woman power! (woman power!) Woman power! (woman power!)

Woman power! (woman power!)Woman power! (woman power!)Woman power!Woman power!Woman power! (woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)(woman power!)

"Woman Power" (Yoko Ono)

We insult her ev'ry day on tv,

And wonder why she has no guts or confidence.

When she's young, we kill her will to be free,

While tellin' her not to be so smart

we put her down for being so dumb.

Oh well, woman is the nigger of the world,

Yes, she is,

If you don't believe me, take a look at the one you're with.

Woman is the slave to the slaves,

Yes, she is,

If you believe, we'd better scream about it!

Uh, uh, uh, hey, hey.

"Woman Is the Nigger of the World "(Yoko Ono)


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