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By Susan Joyner-Stumpf

I have a theory. I think The Beatles, besides being the world’s greatest musicians, were moonlighting as Undercover Astronauts. Why do I think this? Let’s go over just few facts I’ve collected in my research here to drive my point home.

There are a few Beatle songs that hint at this:

A World Without Love

Across the Universe

In this song, Across the Universe, the refrain "Jai Guru Deva Um” is a mantra intended to lull the mind into a higher consciousness. The words are in Sanskrit, and they mean "I give thanks to Guru Dev," who was the teacher of The Maharishi. The "Um" at the end is the drawn out "oooohm" used in meditation to relate to the natural vibration of the universe.


Here Comes The Sun

I'll Follow The Sun

Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds

Moonlight Bay

Sun King

The song Within You Without You" is a song written by George Harrison, released on The Beatles' 1967 album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The opening line starts "We were talking about the space between us all."

Another beautiful George Harrison song, The Inner Light, has some very interesting lyrics, enough for me to warrant showcasing the entire song here. Did George know something we don’t know, like Time Travel, Space travel? I think the lyrics to the song allude to such a possibility and speak for themselves:

Without going out of my door
I can know all things on earth
With out looking out of my window
I can know the ways of heaven

The farther one travels
The less one knows
The less one really knows

Without going out of your door
You can know all things on earth
With out looking out of your window
You can know the ways of heaven

The farther one travels
The less one knows
The less one really knows

Arrive without traveling
See all without looking
Do all without doing

~ You draw your own conclusion here, but it spells either astro-projection or some type of outer-dimensional travel, to me. Very obvious.

And here are just a few trivia facts which can also lead us to conclude that The Beatles’ music, actions, interviews, seem to exist parallel with cosmic, planetary and astrological data.

a) [Sunday 13 November 2005] Sir Paul McCartney became the very first musician to perform live music for an audience in space. This music milestone occurred during his concert in Anaheim, California, when he sang "Good Day Sunshine" and "English Tea" for NASA Astronaut Bill McArthur and Russian Cosmonaut Valery Tokarev who were orbiting some 220 miles above earth in their Space Shuttle Discovery. Was Paul just performing as a courtesy for his fellow Astronaut buddies?

b) Let’s consider another way to toggle Paul’s name; El Paul-0 = Apollo. I mean, am I right?

c) The name of Paul’s fourth Album with his group Wings, is Venus and Mars. So now we know which planet our Astronaut Sir Paul favors.

e) The Beatles were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 7080 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California January 20, 1988. They probably really ‘discovered” a new planetary star but of course to keep it under wraps, they accepted the Hollywood version of Star. No one would ever know the difference, everyone assumed. Up until now, of course.

f) In the Beatles Help movie, the Beatles sleep in bed “pits” underground, until they are “enlightened” by the Sun. They then rise u p out of their “underworld.”

g) As we did Paul’s name earlier, let’s look at Richard Starkey’s name, Ringo. Saturn’s Rings(o)? Did Ringo give himself this nickname (not because of all the rings he likes to wear, which was originally reported) but could it be because his favorite planet he circled as an Astronaut was Saturn, in our Galaxy?

h) All the Beatles were born in the early 40’s. The 1940’s decade saw Jet Engines, Radar and Nuclear Fission technologies advance due to the war.

i) 1947 marked the first supposedly alien space craft crash in Roswell, New Mexico.

j) The 1940’s marked the First Supersonic faster than sound Flight ( Chuck Yager ). The Beatles are going to need this when they grow up and it’s their turn to go into space.

g) Consider John playing with band names in 1959. At one point he had seriously thought of naming his pre-Beatle group "Johnny and the Moondogs..”

h) John Lennon saw a UFO in 1974. He ran around shouting, "Here I am! Come and get me!" (He wrote about it on Double Fantasy. "There's UFOs over New York, and I ain't too surprised."

i) On the Sgt. Pepper Album, The Beatles made sure the face of famous composer Karlheinz Stockhausen appeared on the cover. Why? Because Karlheinz Stockhausen was the visionary founder of, that’s right, “space music.” Naturally The Beatles wanted to pay homage to this great man.

So, as you can see, I think I have proved my point. I’m sure there are other trivia facts that I’ve missed but I’ve done my homework enough for you to come to your own mind-blowing decision. I’ve thought this through and I’ve come to this conclusion as well: think about how, in October 1963 - Beatlemania spreads through Europe. It wasn’t enough for them to take over from across the Atlantic, no, so they come here, to good ole jolly America. And on January 20, 1964 - The album, "Meet the Beatles!" is released by Capitol Records in the U.S. On February 15 it hits number one on Billboard's chart in America, where it remains for 11 weeks. What is this called? It’s called a Monopoly (and not the board game, either). That’s colonizing folks. They’ve literally taken over and colonized Planet Earth, as we know it. What am I getting at? Well, I’m getting at this: The Beatles are Astronauts for the simple fact that they’re out of this world, wouldn’t you agree? So, in essence, what we’re agreeing to, is, The Beatles are not just Astronauts, they are Aliens, that’s right. They are Stars, correcto. They have literally taken over our Planetary system, correcto. They have colonized our way of thinking, doing, talking, listening, viewing and living life as we know it. So there you have it. The Beatles are Alien Astronauts, they’re out of this world. We just agreed to disagree over that. We’ve been taken over. Of course, I could think of worse ways to have an abduction encounter of the any kind, just so happens to be the fab-fourth kind (John, Paul, George and Ringo). At least we can rest assured that The Beatles have proven to be friendly extraterrestrials.

© Susan Joyner-Stumpf


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