Sitting on a cornflake; Decoding typology.

lorenhough

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Michael Cooper and al van-denberg

From left to right: Michael Cooper, Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, Al Vandenberg & Brian Jones; sitting: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (Concertgebouw Amsterdam, 1 Sept. 1967)

al Vandenberg;
worked as an art director for ad agency Doyle, Dane and Bernbach in New York. He was already a keen photographer before moving to London and had a photograph in the Museum of Modern Art. He moved to London in 1964 to pursue a career in photography- editorial, fashion, advertising and music. Vandenberg collaborated on the album cover of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Disillusioned with his commercial practice, Vandenberg eventually abandoned his business work altogether to concentrate on his personnel street portraits.[6]

"Everything I made money on was fucking up the world. I philosophised myself out of the business quick. All these people tell you they want to use you, and bloody hell they do. I was tired of making a living. I wanted to live instead." al said


Michael Cooper (1941–1973) was a British photographer who is remembered for his photographs of leading rock musicians of the 1960s and early 1970s, most notably the many photos he took of The Rolling Stones in the mid-1960s.

His best known work is the cover photography for the 1967 LP Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles. The "Welcome the Rolling Stones, Good Guys" sweatshirt worn by the "little girl" figure on the far right of the photo (actually a cloth figure of Shirley Temple) was provided by Cooper's young son Adam,[1] the product of his marriage to Rose, his muse and model. Cooper also took the 3-D cover photograph for the Rolling Stones 1967 LP Their Satanic Majesties Request.

In 1964 Cooper met London art dealer Robert Fraser, through whom he was introduced to leading figures in music, art and literature, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones (the rock band he worked most closely with), Marianne Faithfull, Eric Clapton, artists Cecil Beaton, Andy Warhol, Peter Blake and David Hockney and writers William S. Burroughs, Jean
Burroughs, Jean Genet, Terry Southern and Allen Ginsberg.[2]

Cooper was one of those present at Keith Richards' house, "Redlands", in Sussex, when a party being held there was raided by police in the late afternoon of 12 February 1967, leading to drugs charges being laid against Richards, Mick Jagger and Robert Fraser.[3]

Cooper loaned Terry Southern a copy of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange in 1967 and they collaborated on the first film adaptation of the novel, which Cooper intended to direct, with Mick Jagger as Alex and the other members of The Rolling Stones as Alex's gang of droogs. The project was eventually shelved after the screenplay was returned (unread) by Britain's Lord Chamberlain, with a note indicating that he would not allow the film to be made because it dealt with "youthful incitement".[citation needed] Southern later recommended the book to his friend Stanley Kubrick after Kubrick's planned film on Napoleon was rejected by MGM.[4]

Cooper committed suicide 1973, caught in a spiral of depression and heroin addiction.[5] In a suicide note addressed to his son, Adam, Cooper wrote:

Don't believe the court when they say that I killed myself when the balance of my mind was disturbed. I just live in a disturbed world, and, as the old poem says, "I hear the sound of a different drum."... I come from what your generation will call the 'Half and Halfs'. A generation that made a few changes, but had to experience too many other kinds of changes they had no control over, so some of us were bound to fall by the wayside. I'm one of those.[6]

A lavish book of Cooper's photographs, Blinds and Shutters, edited by Brian Roylance, was published in a limited edition in 1990 by Genesis Publications. A retrospective exhibition of his photography with the same title was held at the Atlas Gallery, London in September–October 2003. Cooper's photographs also feature in the book Michael Cooper: You Are Here – The London Sixties, edited by Robin Muir, and in the book The Early Stones, edited by Perry Richardson.
 
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lorenhough

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Michael Cooper and al van-denberg

From left to right: Michael Cooper, Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, Al Vandenberg & Brian Jones; sitting: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (Concertgebouw Amsterdam, 1 Sept. 1967)

al Vandenberg;
worked as an art director for ad agency Doyle, Dane and Bernbach in New York. He was already a keen photographer before moving to London and had a photograph in the Museum of Modern Art. He moved to London in 1964 to pursue a career in photography- editorial, fashion, advertising and music. Vandenberg collaborated on the album cover of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Disillusioned with his commercial practice, Vandenberg eventually abandoned his business work altogether to concentrate on his personnel street portraits.[6]

"Everything I made money on was fucking up the world. I philosophised myself out of the business quick. All these people tell you they want to use you, and bloody hell they do. I was tired of making a living. I wanted to live instead." al said


Michael Cooper (1941–1973) was a British photographer who is remembered for his photographs of leading rock musicians of the 1960s and early 1970s, most notably the many photos he took of The Rolling Stones in the mid-1960s.

His best known work is the cover photography for the 1967 LP Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles. The "Welcome the Rolling Stones, Good Guys" sweatshirt worn by the "little girl" figure on the far right of the photo (actually a cloth figure of Shirley Temple) was provided by Cooper's young son Adam,[1] the product of his marriage to Rose, his muse and model. Cooper also took the 3-D cover photograph for the Rolling Stones 1967 LP Their Satanic Majesties Request.

In 1964 Cooper met London art dealer Robert Fraser, through whom he was introduced to leading figures in music, art and literature, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones (the rock band he worked most closely with), Marianne Faithfull, Eric Clapton, artists Cecil Beaton, Andy Warhol, Peter Blake and David Hockney and writers William S. Burroughs, Jean
Burroughs, Jean Genet, Terry Southern and Allen Ginsberg.[2]

Cooper was one of those present at Keith Richards' house, "Redlands", in Sussex, when a party being held there was raided by police in the late afternoon of 12 February 1967, leading to drugs charges being laid against Richards, Mick Jagger and Robert Fraser.[3]

Cooper loaned Terry Southern a copy of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange in 1967 and they collaborated on the first film adaptation of the novel, which Cooper intended to direct, with Mick Jagger as Alex and the other members of The Rolling Stones as Alex's gang of droogs. The project was eventually shelved after the screenplay was returned (unread) by Britain's Lord Chamberlain, with a note indicating that he would not allow the film to be made because it dealt with "youthful incitement".[citation needed] Southern later recommended the book to his friend Stanley Kubrick after Kubrick's planned film on Napoleon was rejected by MGM.[4]

Cooper committed suicide 1973, caught in a spiral of depression and heroin addiction.[5] In a suicide note addressed to his son, Adam, Cooper wrote:

Don't believe the court when they say that I killed myself when the balance of my mind was disturbed. I just live in a disturbed world, and, as the old poem says, "I hear the sound of a different drum."... I come from what your generation will call the 'Half and Halfs'. A generation that made a few changes, but had to experience too many other kinds of changes they had no control over, so some of us were bound to fall by the wayside. I'm one of those.[6]

A lavish book of Cooper's photographs, Blinds and Shutters, edited by Brian Roylance, was published in a limited edition in 1990 by Genesis Publications. A retrospective exhibition of his photography with the same title was held at the Atlas Gallery, London in September–October 2003. Cooper's photographs also feature in the book Michael Cooper: You Are Here – The London Sixties, edited by Robin Muir, and in the book The Early Stones, edited by Perry Richardson.

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Joe Atwill Joe, On the 1998 album My Life by George Martin,
Jim Carrey sang “I am the Walrus.”

At the end he injects, “I did it! I’ve defiled a timeless piece of art. For my next trick, I’ll paint a clown face on the Mona Lisa while using the Shroud of 'Turin' as a drop cloth; click on & click on youtube to start; 2.33 min in expert texpert is george

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The current head of the house of 'Thurn' and Taxis is HSH Albert II, 12th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, son of Johannes and his wife, Gloria. The family is one of the wealthiest in Germany

He has been listed as the world's youngest billionaire many times since his father's death in 1990. He first appeared on the list when he was age eight

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurn_und_Taxis
 

lorenhough

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hough ► Joe Atwill Joe, On the 1998 album My Life by George Martin,
Jim Carrey sang “I am the Walrus.”

At the end he injects, “I did it! I’ve defiled a timeless piece of art. For my next trick, I’ll paint a clown face on the Mona Lisa while using the Shroud of 'Turin' as a drop cloth; click on & click on youtube to start; 2.33 min in expert texpert is george

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The current head of the house of 'Thurn' and Taxis is HSH Albert II, 12th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, son of Johannes and his wife, Gloria. The family is one of the wealthiest in Germany

He has been listed as the world's youngest billionaire many times since his father's death in 1990. He first appeared on the list when he was age eight

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurn_und_Taxis
McGowan "The CIA and the Music of Laurel Canyon -- The Magic Carpet Ride"<src="
" David McGowan was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he still resides. After graduating from UCLA in 1983 with an unused degree in psychology, he went to work in construction and now works as a general contractor. He is the proud father of three daughters and is a lifelong music fan.




USS Bon Homme Richard (Admiral George Morrison's ship):

http://bhr31.com/historyoverview.htm "In late 1945, the Bon Homme Richard became part of the "Magic Carpet" mission, in which ships carried troops from Guam and other Far East posts to the United States. She returned to San Francisco in October 1945 and after a brief trip to Pearl Harbor, returned to Puget Sound and was inactivated." [...] "The USS Bon Homme Richard was inactive as part of the Pacific reserve fleet for over five years. In 1951, she was activated under the command of Captain Cecil B. Gill. After a few months of training and a shakedown cruise and repairs, the ship joined Task Force 77 to aid troops in the Wonsan area during the Korean Conflict." [...] "She was decommissioned in July of 1971 and later, like most ships from this time period, sold for scrap metal. As an interesting piece of trivia, lead singer of the Doors Jim Morrison's father, RADM (then Captain) George S. Morrison served as Commanding Officer of this ship from November 23, 1963 to November 25, 1964."

And from:

http://legacy.utsandiego.com/news/obi... "He took command of the carrier Bon Homme Richard on Nov. 22, 1963. His first act as skipper was to announce the assassination of President Kennedy."
 

lorenhough

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Hi Loren

Yeah, John and Yoko seem to have a clear understanding of the future don't they? Do you know anything about Yoko's background? An amusing aside is that she taught at St Mary's the school I attended in Tokyo as a boy. (She was there after I left so I may have to ask my alumni friends what they know about her.) Joe
Hi Joe just found this for you!

One week before he was murdered, John Lennon revealed on an New York radio interview (which I've heard several times), that the Beatles were created by Tavistock to launch a new paradigm for youth to abandon traditonal values for sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. He said he was he was going to reveal the whole secret and had come out of hiding to do so. Aside from this astounding revelation, Lennon never got the chance to tell all he knew. - See more at: http://www.savethemales.ca/001399.html#.dpuf



Loren
 

lorenhough

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Hi Loren

Yeah, John and Yoko seem to have a clear understanding of the future don't they? Do you know anything about Yoko's background? An amusing aside is that she taught at St Mary's the school I attended in Tokyo as a boy. (She was there after I left so I may have to ask my alumni friends what they know about her.) Joe
Greeting Joe

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  • BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Lennon reveals all in new tapes
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If have not looked I have added a lot of new stuff to the the beginning of this thread. And it has over 4000 hits the most on the form so far. As they say we hit one out of the park!

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lorenhough

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Greeting Joe

John Lennon The Final Interview BBC Radio 1 December 6th 1980 ...
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  • BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Lennon reveals all in new tapes
    news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/4489772.stm
    Dec 2, 2005 - John Lennon compared life in the Beatles with ancient Rome, in an interview to ... months after the band split, will be aired on BBC Radio 4 at 1900 GMT on 3 December. ... The singer was shot dead in New York on 8 December 1980. ... " There werephotos of me crawling round on my knees coming out of ...
If have not looked I have added a lot of new stuff to the the beginning of this thread. And it has over 4000 hits the most on the form so far. As they say we hit one out of the park!

loren H
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  • John Lennon



    Born
    October 9, 1940
    John Winston Lennon




    Assassinated
    December 8, 1980
    John Winston Ono Lennon





    "Laurel and Hardy, that's John and Yoko.
    And we stand a better chance under that guise
    because all the serious people like Martin Luther King
    and Kennedy and Gandhi got shot."
    "Listen, if anything happens to Yoko and me,
    it was not an accident."

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    by Mark R. Elsis
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    John Lennon Biography
    John Winston Ono Lennon has been exhumed in print more than any other popular musical figure, including the late Elvis Presley, of whom Lennon said that he "died when he went into the army". Such was the cutting wit of a deeply loved and sadly missed giant of the twentieth century. As a member of the world's most successful group ever, he changed lives, mostly for the better. Following the painful collapse of The Beatles, he came out a wiser but angrier person. Together with his wife Yoko Ono, he attempted to transform the world through non-musical means. To many they appeared as naive crackpots; Ono in particular has been victim of some appalling insults in the press. One example shown in the film Imagine depicts the cartoonist Al Capp being both hostile and dangerously abusive. Their bed-in in Amsterdam and Montreal, their black bag appearances on stage, their innocent flirting with political activists and radicals, all received massive media attention. These events were in search of world peace, which regrettably was unachievable. What Lennon did achieve, however, was to educate us all to the idea of world peace.


 
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lorenhough

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Wolfsire

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My apologies if this was been brought up before, as I have not made it through the whole thread. I see Kipling's "Gods of the Copybook Headings" in both "I am the Walrus" and "The Walrus and the Carpenter." That poem was also central to the Doors' "Soft Parade."
 

Jerry Russell

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Staff member
Hi Wolfsire,

Thanks for your comment. Would you care to say more? In the Kipling poem, I see a reference to "pigs" with "wings", though that's become something of a trope. Overall, the Kipling poem seems to be praising exactly the conservative cultural philosophies that are under attack by the Beatles. The Beatles, Lewis Carroll, and the Doors are all akin to the "Marketplace" and other temptations decried by Kipling. Is this what you see?
 

Wolfsire

Member
Well, checking just now, apparently I got it wrong based on the dates of publication. But maybe not and Kipling's publication was delayed. Or maybe the allusions are revered. (Aside, I was thinking of posting this before I read your White man's burden article earlier today. Reading that, plus the fact that I was thinking about linking to the article by MM on John Lennon being alive just days before you brought it up in a podcast got me off my duff to post.)

I saw Carroll as indicating both the Walrus and the Carpenter were gods of the marketplace, as the eldest oyster seems to know. The gods of the copybook heading taught that “That Water would certainly wet us, as Fire would certainly burn,” compared to the false statements "sea is boiling hot" as well as flying pig. Those were among the "many things" the W&C talked about, while the latter is one of the "beautiful things" denied by the gods of the CBHs. Three concepts in one stanza by Carroll brought Kipling mind. Feasting on the oysters, which exposes their false divinity, is when the gods of the copybook heading return with terror and slaughter. That is, when cold reality sets in. I also figured that both Kipling and Carroll contributed to flying pigs being a trope, but maybe it already was.
 

Jerry Russell

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Staff member
http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/pigs-might-fly.html

The original version of the succinct 'pigs might fly' was 'pigs fly with their tails forward', which is first found in a list of proverbs in the 1616 edition of John Withals's English-Latin dictionary - A Shorte Dictionarie for Yonge Begynners:

Pigs fly in the ayre with their tayles forward.
etc.

So it was already well known since 1616, but Carroll & Kipling certainly did contribute to the popularity.
 

lorenhough

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interview with Dr. Hans Utter, Hans Utter is an exponent of the prominent Imdad Khan gharana, an unbroken line of seven generations which has made significant contributions to the development of classical Indian music. As a disciple of Ustad Shujaat Khan, son of the illustrious sitarist Ustad Vilayat Khan, Hans has trained intensively in India for nearly two decades. Hans’ unique musical background…

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 045 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 4 – 8/28/2015
August 28, 2015 •


In this episode Dr. Hans Utter joins me for another important follow up discussion on music and mind control, and the upcoming part 4 to his podcast series on Gnostic Media.

Audio Player
http://media.blubrry.com/gnosticmedia/p/www.gnosticmedia.com/RBN-show-archive/RBN_GnosticMediaRadio_Ep_045_HansUtter_Update4_8-28-2015.mp3

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/RBN_045

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 032 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 3 – 8/11/2015


http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-031-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-3-8112015/


RBN Gnostic Media Radio 022 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 2 –

7/28/2015

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-022-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-2-7282015/

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 015 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update – 7/17/2015

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-015-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-7172015/

Psychedelic Intelligence: The CIA and the Counterculturehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtXg_Wp2NY0

“Proof that John Lennon faked his Death,” by Miles Mathis.
http://mileswmathis.com/lennon.pdf

Mark Staycer is John Lennon. He says he is originally from the Detroit area. He currently lives in Traverse City, Michigan. He also is well known as a radio DJ in Michigan. He performas all over the world as John Lennon;





 
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lorenhough

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interview with Dr. Hans Utter, Hans Utter is an exponent of the prominent Imdad Khan gharana, an unbroken line of seven generations which has made significant contributions to the development of classical Indian music. As a disciple of Ustad Shujaat Khan, son of the illustrious sitarist Ustad Vilayat Khan, Hans has trained intensively in India for nearly two decades. Hans’ unique musical background…

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 045 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 4 – 8/28/2015
August 28, 2015 •


In this episode Dr. Hans Utter joins me for another important follow up discussion on music and mind control, and the upcoming part 4 to his podcast series on Gnostic Media.

Audio Player
http://media.blubrry.com/gnosticmedia/p/www.gnosticmedia.com/RBN-show-archive/RBN_GnosticMediaRadio_Ep_045_HansUtter_Update4_8-28-2015.mp3

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/RBN_045

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 032 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 3 – 8/11/2015


http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-031-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-3-8112015/


RBN Gnostic Media Radio 022 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update 2 –

7/28/2015

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-022-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-2-7282015/

RBN Gnostic Media Radio 015 – Dr. Hans Utter – Music and Mind Control – Update – 7/17/2015

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/rbn-gnostic-media-radio-015-dr-hans-utter-music-and-mind-control-update-7172015/

Psychedelic Intelligence: The CIA and the Counterculturehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtXg_Wp2NY0

“Proof that John Lennon faked his Death,” by Miles Mathis.
http://mileswmathis.com/lennon.pdf

Mark Staycer is John Lennon. He says he is originally from the Detroit area. He currently lives in Traverse City, Michigan. He also is well known as a radio DJ in Michigan. He performas all over the world as John Lennon;




WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE BEATLES? ALOT. OCCULT SYMBOLS OF THE BEATLES



I used to be a huge Beatles fan. Let's face it, they were super-talented and charismatic. They were always presented as being sweet, innocent, harmless, and fun. Yet over the years, I've noticed more and more negative influences they've had on society.

Open and see what I mean,

http://pinballking.blogspot.com/2010/07/whats-wrong-with-beatles-alot.html
 

lorenhough

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WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE BEATLES? ALOT. OCCULT SYMBOLS OF THE BEATLES



I used to be a huge Beatles fan. Let's face it, they were super-talented and charismatic. They were always presented as being sweet, innocent, harmless, and fun. Yet over the years, I've noticed more and more negative influences they've had on society.

Open and see what I mean,

http://pinballking.blogspot.com/2010/07/whats-wrong-with-beatles-alot.html
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