Images from the 1921 photograph ending The Shining (“Shiny Happy People”) sub for the following Pepper people:
1. Burroughs, William S.
2. Monroe, Marilyn/ Livingston, David
3. Crane, Stephen/ Hand
4. Bell, Larry
5. Weissmuller, Johnny
6. Bonn, Issy
7. Lennon, John
8. Starr, Ringo
9. McCartney, Paul
10. Harrison, George
And in this fascinating series of posts from the “Nothing is Real: Paul was Replaced” board, we again have mention of the 3rd eye, like the William S. Burroughs sub prominently displays in a Shining crossfade, as discussed before. A good, added theory coming from my direction is that Burroughs *transfers* his own *hidden* 3rd eye to two, specific Pepper images that jarface indicates. This is a direct transference from Kubrick to The Beatles…
Now it is time for me to show you the treasure. Going back to Poe’s Goldbug:
…shoot from the left eye of the death’s head…a bee-line from the tree through the shot…
In the story, a golden beetle is dropped from the dead pirate’s eye. Consider the fact that gold is yellow matter and sailors are called dogs, and you can now make perfect sense of the lyric from I Am the Walrus that says:
Yellow matter…dripping from a dead dog’s eye
If you have not figured it out already, I Am the Walrus is all about Sgt. Pepper. Several lines from the song refer to people who appear on the cover. The pornographic priestess who let her knickers down is none other than Marilyn Monroe, who was the first ever Playboy centerfold. Mister city policeman is Sir Robert Peel, who is known as the father of city policing, and who founded Scotland Yard. He is sitting pretty, little policeman, in row two.
But I digress. The picture below shows the shot from the left eye of the death’s head (played by Paul) in yellow. It shows the “B” line going “through the shot” directly over Paul’s heart. We further see that the only visible piece of “treasure” on the cover, i.e. the trophy, points directly to the same spot over Paul’s heart. Clearly we have found the location of the treasure:
Finding the location of the treasure is not enough. In Poe’s story the hero William Legrand had to dig for his treasure; we must dig for our treasure too. It is obvious that we can not physically dig, so in the spirit of parody we must search for another meaning for the word dig…and we do not have to look far to find that meaning. When we follow the line from the trophy through Paul’s heart we discover that it points to William S. Burroughs. His name sounds like ‘burrows,’ which of course means to dig a hole. In the story, our hero William Legrand burrows for his treasure.
William burrows. William Burroughs. Wicked clever Beatles!
The above example seems to indicate that we “dig” by finding pairs of related objects that lie on opposite sides of Paul’s heart.
Here are two related objects that stand out. The stone bust has a prominent bulge that marks the location of its “third eye,” and Carl Jung has a prominent shadow on his forehead, made by the bridge of his upraised glasses, that marks the location of his third eye:
When we draw a line from Jung’s third eye to the stone busts’ third eye we see that the line passes directly through Paul’s heart:
These final 2 images seem to summarize jarface’s theories. The 2 “3rd eyes” of Jung and the statue he’s pointed out lie equidistant from Paul’s identified heart, and imply a tilted rectangle which meshes perfectly, somehow, with the circle defined by the drum to produce an overlay hexagon and star. Quite remarkable!