Yes, Edgar's killing of Oswald is typology depicting of the restoration of the real messianic bloodline. Lear is pretty complicated so perhaps I should post the whole analysis. The important thing for Walrus is that 4.5 describes another Apocalypse - notice Lear's command early in the scene "kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill".
Staying on Theme;
The final catalyst of the song occurred when Lennon's friend and former fellow member of the Quarrymen= [craftsman mason?] Peter Shotton, visited and Lennon asked Shotton about a playground nursery rhyme they sang as children. Shotton remembered:
"Yellow matter custard, green slop pie,
All mixed together with a dead dog's eye,
Slap it on a butty, ten foot thick,
Then wash it all down with a cup of cold sick."
Lennon borrowed a couple of words, added the three unfinished ideas and the result was "I Am the Walrus".
Sgt. Pepper was the first major pop/rock LP to include its complete lyrics, which appeared on the back cover.
The Guardian labelled the film that 'I am the Walrus is in. "a kind of fantasy morality play about the grossness and warmth and stupidity of the audience.
Christianity will go," Lennon had said. "It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that; I'm right and I will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first, rock 'n' roll or Christianity. Jesus was alright but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me.
BEATLES CONCERT; John, George, Paul and Ringo at the Prince of Wales Theatre in the presence of HM The Queen Mother as she rattled her Jewry.
The official papal title Pontifex Maximus, meaning "the Bridge-Builder" on the floor in St. Peter's basilica in the Vatican. This title originates from Babylon. When Medo-Persia took over Babylon, they took over the religious rites and ceremonies of Babylon. Some of the Babylonian priests in Pergamum set up their religious system under the title Pontifex Maximus. The title, along with all the vestments and powers, were then passed on to pagan Roman emperors, and was eventually taken by the Bishop of Rome. Notice also the triple crown associated with the Babylonian system; the fleur-de-lis, which represents the union of male and female; the split tail, which represents the fish god Dagon; and the winged lion, which is the Bible's symbol for Babylon. Copyright Amazing Discoveries. http://amazingdiscoveries.org/albums/p/40/Basilica-Floor-Pontifex-Maximus.jpg