Friday, 22 August 2014

Mr.Moonlight Hits LA.

Short post. Just a picture. With a caption I find quite funny considering. 

Published in the June 17, 1967 issue of BEAT, the periodical distributed by KRLA radio (Los Angeles), we get a picture of Paul McCartney, circa Sgt Pepper recording sessions, with humourous caption. 

Yes. We know about the moon. One you shouldn't have been able to see in its fullness on the night of December 26th, 1965, because it wasn't in a full moon stage. 

This story just gets more and more ludicrous. 

I must also add the rumours of Mick Jagger's death started circulating around the same period that Paul's did. Early January 1967. 

January 28th, 1967 - KRLA BEAT. Mick's not dead. Keith is

It's no wonder Mick got caught in the rigor mortis sweepstakes, as he's mentioned as being one of the six grown men all clambering into a mini-cooper, traveling up and down the motorways of England in search of the perfect buzz. Enter Mohammed Chtaibi.

Problems with the story:
Paul McCartney's Black Mini Cooper. 
He owned a Green Mini Cooper. Not a black one. John & George owned black mini coopers. 
Where did Mick Jagger live in Hertsfordshire? If it's off the M1 it can be one of a few places, The crash has to happen on the M1 somewhere, en route back down to West Wittering, Sussex. From Herts to Sussex is almost a 2 hour drive, depending on where you're coming from in Herts. Where is Mick Jagger's house? And what colour Mini Cooper S did he own. 
6 men all piled into one mini cooper, and Mohammed was the sole occupant of McCartney's black mini cooper. Which he did not possess, as he had a green mini cooper. Does that make sense? 6 men in one car, 1 in the other. Both Mini Coopers. They're not called Mini for kicks. 

Mick Jagger's Mini Cooper is the first car in the lot OGO 668E
6 men in that car. Robert Fraser, Paul McCartney, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Christopher Gibbs, Mick Jagger. OK.

Christopher Gibbs. I hoped to get a world record for most men packed into a Mini Cooper, but all I got into was a damn car crash story. 

Also, Christopher Gibbs is the nephew of a former British Governor of RHODESIAGibbs is the fifth son of Hon. Sir Geoffrey Cokayne Gibbs KCMG and his wife Helen Margaret Leslie CBE, and the grandson of Herbert Gibbs, 1st Baron Hunsdon of Hunsdon. His elder brother is the financier Sir Roger Gibbs. He was educated at Eton College, from which he was expelled "for being generally totally impossible", Stanbridge Earls School and the University of Poitiers.


Sir Geoffrey was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England. He held the office of Assistant Secretary to the Minister of Economic Warfare. He was invested as a Companion, Order of St. Michael and St. George (C.M.G.) in 1945. He was chairman of Australia New Zealand Bank. He was chairman of Australasian Mutual Provident Society (U.K.).1 He was chairman of Antony Gibbs & Sons.1 He was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of St. Michael and St. George (K.C.M.G.) in 1955. He lived at The Manor House, Clifton Hampden, Oxfordshire, England.2

Children of Hon. Sir Geoffrey Cokayne Gibbs and Helen Margaret Leslie

 Herbert Cokayne Gibbs1st Baron Hunsdon of Hunsdon was born on 14 May 1854.2 He was the son of Henry Hucks Gibbs1st Baron Aldenham and Louisa Anne Adams.1 He was also reported to have been born on 23 June 1854.2 He married Anna Maria Durant, daughter of Richard Durant and Charlotte Still Dashwood, on 12 February 1885 at Shenley, Hertfordshire, England.2 He died on 22 May 1935 at age 81 at Briggens, Herefordshire, England.2 He was buried on 25 May 1935 at Hunsdon, Herefordshire, England.2
     He was educated at Winchester College, Winchester, Hampshire, England.2 He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.).2 He graduated fromTrinity College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, with a Master of Arts (M.A.).2 He held the office of Commissioner of the Public Works Loan Board in 1884.2 He was a partner in the firm Antony Gibbs & Sons.2 He wrote the book A Bimetallic Primer, published 1894 (ASIN: B009FBR4UE).2 He was Director and Chairman of the Rio de Janiero City Improvements Co.2 He was Chairman of the London Board of the Australasian Mutual Provident Society (now AMP).2 In 1908 he bought the Manor of Hunsdon and the Briggens estate.3 He was Deputy Chariman of the Public Works Loan Board in 1908.2 He held the office of High Sheriff of Hertfordshire in 1913.2 He wrote the book The Parish Registers of Hunsdon, published 1915.2 He was invested as a Chevalier, Legion of Honour in 1918.2 He held the office of Justice of the Peace (J.P.) for Hertfordshire.3 He held the office of Chairman of the Public Works Loan Board in 1921.2 He was created 1st Baron Hunsdon of Hunsdon, of Briggens, co. Hertford[U.K.] on 24 July 1923.2 He wrote the book History of Gibbs of Fenton in Dartington, County Devon, published 1925 (ASIN: B00089XPDC).2

Children of Herbert Cokayne Gibbs, 1st Baron Hunsdon of Hunsdon and Anna Maria Durant

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Mr. Moonlight and Mopeds.

“Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” 

I have to go back to this because once again, Redwel Trabant has caught on to something I should have seen myself. It was made such a pivotal point in the tale, one would think he (or someone else) wanted you to check this out. 

 "We were riding along on the mopeds. I was showing Tara the scenery. He was behind me, and it was an incredible full moon; it really was huge. I said something about the moon and he said 'yeah', and I suddenly had a freeze-frame image of myself at that angle to the ground when it's too late to pull back up again: I was still looking at the moon and then I looked at the ground, and it seemed to take a few minutes to think, 'Ah, too bad - I'm going to smack that pavement with my face!' Bang!"

Paul McCartney ~ Anthology 

Back in 1966, he said similar:

"He started to finger his lip, almost without thinking, and I asked him about the reports that he'd broken a tooth."You're right," he admitted candidly. "I did it not long ago when I came off a moped. Now I've had it capped... Look."
I looked but I couldn't see anything. A perfect mend. Only a small scar remains on his lip as a souvenir."
"It was quite a serious accident at the time. It probably sounds daft, having a serious accident on a motorized bicycle, but I came off it hard and I got knocked about a bit. My head and lip were cut and I broke the tooth."
I was only doing about 30 at the time, but it was dark and I hit a stone and went flyin' through the air. It was my fault... it was a nice night and I was looking at the moon."
He sipped his tea and reached for a cigarette.
"What about all this 'Didn't Paul McCartney look ill on TV,' then?" he went on, referring to Mama Cass' remarks in NME's 'America Calling' last week. "I haven't been ill. Apart from the accident, I'm dead fit. I know what it was though. When we filmed those TV clips for 'Paperback Writer' I'd only just bashed my tooth, and we'd been working a bit hard on the LP and I hadn't had much sleep. We haven't had much time for anything but the LP. I mean, 14 songs - all got to be written and recorded till you're satisfied with them. It's hard work, man."

~ Paul McCartney 16th June, 1966 NME ~

Now I should have checked this. I went and checked the weather conditions for both the Moped Accident AND Tara Browne's fatal accident that occurred almost a full year later. 

What I did not check were ... Moon phases. 

And this is where this story truly falls apart, because if you check those moon phases for the week including December 26th, 1965 you will find that starting the 22nd at 21:03 began a New Moon. Ain't nothing about a New Moon is going to make it brilliantly full. Let alone that observable. And when it goes to first quarter, you're only seeing some of it. Good luck with a full moon!


New Moon to First Quarter Dec 22 21:03 Dec 31 01:46 1965

This story is absolute bullshit. 

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Only a Saturn Song ...

Visually shown in the Torpedo series, this is what's going on esoterically. 

The esoterica within:

Stuart Nettleton's The Alchemy Key :
"An esteemed Jewish scholar and Masonic Librarian once congratulated me on my work. Old and frail, he has now passed-on. But he generously gave me four great gifts that have since grown in value. Second only to his friendship, was his gift of the major Arcanum of the Merkabah. Showing me a piece of paper, which he had already cut into the form of a cross, he silently formed a hollow, perfect cube. This is the cubic throne, which is the vehicle in which one ascends toward the Light.It is the cube or unfolded sacrificial cross of the sacred marriage. A Druze candidate wears a blood sprinkled cube at his initiation ceremony, symbolizing that the cube unfolded is the bloody instrument of perfection. Similarly, a Masonic Knights Templar receives a cube. The rose on the cross of the Rose Croix is the emblem of the sacrificial king. In alchemy, the new king emerges from the stone. The symbol is one of sacrifice and equally applies to both the divine triad and the Triple Goddess. Often priests symbolized the divine triad or the Triple Goddess by a cube sculpted into a triple-head. For example, a triple headed ram represents the perfection of the Egyptian God Amun."

The form of a cross turns into a hollow cube. Which is essentially what you see happen in Yellow Submarine during the Sea of Science section (Only a Northern Song). The Merkabah you can see in Magical Mystery Tour in the Wizard's hideaway, with masonic checkerboard floor.

48 Beatles come out of the cube. This cube turns a specific amount of times for each event. 48 come out. They earlier show 5 Beatles on the Yellow Submarine (1 John, 1 George, 1 Ringo, and 2 Pauls, 1 that is encased behind glass but mirrors the movements of the one dancing with the others.)

Then the Beatles revolve around the cube as if it were an atom. There are now only 43 Beatles shown, as if the 5 on the submarine have been subtracted from their numbers. There are 10 Ringos. 10 Johns. 11 Georges (a magic number). 12 Pauls. John is in the body posture he is in on HELP. The Sign of Apophis & Typhon. George is in Osiris Risen. (On HELP he is in Osiris Slain.) The cube makes a specific amount of turns, allowing each Beatle to return to the cube (except Ringo) -- as the cube turns, 48 Ringos pass over it. The 49th Ringo turns into a Monster. (Go back to the headstone earlier in the film with No.49 on it.)

This ain't no kiddie film. At all.

To add to that, the cube has turned 7 times when the 49th Ringo passes over it. 7 + 7 X 7 = in effect three 7's. 777, the Star(R) of Babalon. Quite fitting as his birthday is 7/7/40.

Now I'm off to read Isaac Asimov's Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus from the late 1950's, where Venusians all wear moustaches, our hero is called William "Lucky Starr" Williams, his sidekick is JOHN "Bigman" Jones, and the first two Venusians they meet are GEORGE Reval, and Tor Johnson.

TOR etymology: DUTCH


tor m (plural torren, diminutive torretje n)


Big man, walking in the park. Wigwam, frightened of the dark. Some kind of solitude is measured out in you. You think you know me, but you haven't got a clue.

To add further:

The 'cube' (aka Saturn, the black cube or Satan in christianity, hexahedron in geometry, Cronos- TIME), flat packed is a cross. That is the cross we bear, that we are 'crucified' on.
George is SATURN in Yellow Submarine.

Ringo is Dr. Frankenstein. Logic / Rational / Reason
John is The Monster / Adam / Man
George is the Mystic / Saturn / Death / The Unconscious

To find Paul in the "Ultra House" they must first crash their car, otherwise they do not know where he is. They must crash the car, destroy it, then they can find Paul. Where is Paul? He has to be made. He is Beauty & The Beast combined. They show you this when they open the three doors. The first door shows you King Kong about to grab beauty from her bed. The animators made sure to let you know she had no shoes on (who would when going to bed?) and you can clearly see her shoes by the nightstand. Think of how big a deal Paul Is Dead clues make about whether Paul is wearing shoes or not. Do you not think it odd the animators would make such a point to make sure Beauty's shoes are seen by the side of her bed, letting us know she is barefoot and sleeping before captured? It seems unnecessary, but they do it anyway.

The second door shows us a train coming out of a wall. Much like Margritte's Time Transfixed. To transfix can mean to put under a spell, hypnotise, enchant. Beauty and The Beast, combined by magic, turns into ....

Paul. The eighth wonder of the world. As advertised. When he exits the 3rd door, they all comment on how nice THEY look. Are they talking about the crowd, or the combination of beauty and the beast? Who knows. All we know is Paul exits and John says in reverse:
 "Was That Paul?"

Why would he not know who it was? That's who they were looking for all that time. Now he doesn't know who Paul is?

Ringo knows where John is.
John knows where George is.
Ringo, John and George do not know where Paul is. They have to crash a car to find him. I'm not saying Paul McCartney died. I'm just saying someone put a lot of effort into telling you he did. 

Their voices were low. Even Bigman had trouble hearing them as they faced one, another,
sipping coffee and allowing no trace of expression in their words.
Lucky said, "You are wrong to do this.”
"You speak as his friend?”
"I do.”
"And I suppose that, as your friend, he warned you to stay away from Venus.”
"You know about that, too, I see?”
"Quite. And you had a near-fatal accident in landing on Venus. Am I right?”
"You are. You're implying that Evans feared some such event?”
"Feared it? Great space, Starr, your friend Evans engineered that accident.”

Monday, 28 July 2014

Crimson and UltraClover

A big thank you must go to Redwel Trabant, who brought to my attention an article he read a few years ago. Which becomes very relevant today. 

I quote:

Gerard, I came across this some years ago when researching the Sgt. Pepper Code but, having reread it, I thought it worth bringing to your attention as it mentions the glowing Pepper, and this in 1968! 

The link provided is this. I think it's best I put in my own thoughts within the piece itself. Because if I save it all to the end, you're going to have to go back to the relevant text to see what I'm talking about:

Sergeant Pepper Re-visited; Invitation to a Phantom Feast

Remember last summer? Remember "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"? If you don't you should, because what else was there all winter but that record to drown out the snowstorms and the academic storms and the political storms outside? One wandering spirit, dreaming of sunlit beaches, spent all of the winter reading period attempting to crack the Beatles code. The startling message he discovered in the album buried in the lyrics, the recording and the record jacket, we now present for your amazed perusal.
The possibility of there being a cryptogram was first brought to my attention when a friend showed me a letter from Bryn Mawr. It revealed that the Beatles' record "Sgt. Pepper" was one big cryptogram. Subsequent discussions led us to believe that the cryptogram idea was hotly discussed in the Philadelphia area in the summer of 1967 but no details were immediately available, so we started with only the information contained in the letter.


The Bryn Mawr mentioned is that one. As brought to my attention by Mark Providence. Whom I quote:

Bryn Mawr is a private school for the elite class in Pennsylvania. Particularly for Pennsylvania, Maryland and New York. An all girls school to boot.
As Mark observed, Bryn Mawr does not imply they are a school for the elite, but they are.   

A cryptogram is a type of puzzle that consists of a short piece of encrypted text. Generally the cipher used to encrypt the text is simple enough that cryptogram can be solved by hand. Frequently used are substitution ciphers where each letter is replaced by a different letter or number. To solve the puzzle, one must recover the original lettering. Though once used in more serious applications, they are now mainly printed for entertainment in newspapers and magazines.

Other types of classical ciphers are sometimes used to create cryptograms. An example is the book cipher where a book or article is used to encrypt a message.

The girls not only believed in the existence of a cryptogram but they had formulated a rather complete solution to it. The Beatles were inviting everyone to a party. Why? They were lonely. When? Valentine's Day, 1968. Where? 10 Somerset Street, Cowes, Isle of Wight, England. How do we let them know we are coming? Send them the postcard that comes with the cutouts in the album. How do we get there? Meet a maid Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock (Valentine's Day was on a Wednesday). She takes you there by boat, train, and taxi. "A splendid time is guaranteed for all." 

This is all quite plausible, believe it or not. There is a city named Cowes on the Isle of Wight. (The Isle of Wight is, of course, mentioned as a haven in When I'm 64.) Is there a Somerset Street? The people in the map room at Lamont were very helpful. They found the British Geological Survey maps of the famous Isle, but there are no street maps of any of the towns on the Isle of Wight. 

There's a Somerset Road in the Isle of Wight, in the Ryde section, and a Somerset Road in the Seaview section. But I don't see a Somerset Street in Cowes. Google Maps can't find any location matching. 
The girls derived Cowes from the shrubbery on the cover which is shaped like a guitar. If you turn the record over, this shrubbery makes the letters COW, and then over on the right side, that is, the left side, if you turn the record back frontwards again, there is an S. An ingenious hunch but a little difficult to believe. 

The ultimate usefulness of the Bryn Mawr "theory" was to make us aware of the phenomenal number of proper names and of specific day, time and place references in the lyrics of the album. Our attack follows two lines of reasoning: checking out the names in order to make verbal contact with a planted clue, and comparing the song motifs to see if a specific time and place was delineated. 

There are three specific people named: Sgt. Pepper, Billy Shears, and Mr. Kite. Sgt. Pepper himself has provided no clues. Billy Shears, on the other hand, has lots of possibilities. One night last February we tried to call him. The transatlantic operator was very friendly, but refused to place the call unless we could give her an exact number. A conversation with her lasting thirty minutes produced the following information. 1) There was a number listed for a Mr. Billy Shears in London. 2) She knew what it was, but wouldn't tell us. 3) At that time there were approximately twenty calls placed every night to Billy Shears. 4) Some of the people placing calls gave the correct number. 5) Those calls that did get through heard only a recording which said something about the office being closed, won't you please call again during business hours. 

This led us to believe that somehow the various numbers listed on the album could be used to derive the proper telephone number. For example, "ten to six" would mean 1026. English telephone numbers consist of an exchange, which gives three letters, and four digits. We felt that the intent of the unhelpful recorded message was to tell us that if the call were placed at the proper time, a more enlightening message might be given. There are several times mentioned on the album: Wednesday 5am, Friday 9 am, Saturday 5:50pm, etc. (Transatlantic time and day changes would have to be taken into account.) 

Mr. K of Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite is the disc jockey Murray the K. He is now broadcasting for CHUM radio, Toronto. A reliable source indicated to us that Murray the K, when asked if he was the "celebrated Mr. K" of Sgt. Pepper's, replied, "yes, but I can say no more." George Harrison is a possible Mr. H. Look at the large pictures on the inside of the album. The strange box hanging around George's neck seems to have a face on it. Another reliable source told us he had made a blow-up of this photograph and identified the face as that of Murray the K. 

In the early spring of this year Murray the K was supposed to have been in England acting as MC at a show in the Bishopsgate theatre district of London. That fact has not been thoroughly researched. 
As highlighted in a previous blog. Bishopsgate is the ONLY place mentioned in Being for the Benefit for Mr. Kite, that is NOT on the original poster advertising the event. 

More on Bishopsgate HERE.
We started carefully examining the words to some of the songs, to find out whether specific references could be analysed to provide a time and place of contact. There would have to be some way to positively identify the contact; and some sort of password system, so the contact would know that we were worthy of further information. By reducing the phrase "Meter Maid" to "Meet a maid" the Bryn Mawr girls had provided a profound insight. Given that you could get to the right place at the right time, the contact could be identified as a "maid," that is, a girl. There are two ways to make a maid-girl distinctive: She could be wearing a maid's uniform; or she could wear medieval clothes, like Maid Marion of Robin Hood fame. 

The password system we came up with was as follows:
You: (Ask the maid some trivial questions)
She: I'm sorry, but I can say no more!
You: (Responding to her cue line) Please say no more. (Go see Help again if you don't follow) 
She: (Starts giving information) 

The place to meet the maid is derived from the specific references in Lucy in the Sky. They are: "boats," "river," "flowers overhead," "a girl with sun in her eyes," "bridge," "fountain," "rocking horse people," "newspapers and taxis," "train," and "train station." The song itself is a description of meeting a girl. In London there is a footbridge with railroad tracks across the Thames which runs between Charing Cross and Waterloo stations called the Hungerford footbridge. On the Charing Cross side there is a dock. To one side are the Victoria Embankment Gardens, to the other the South Bank Gardens. These Gardens are full of flowers, and also serve as a playground for children, who are "rocking horse people." If you were on the river in a boat, the flowers would be overhead. A few blocks away is Trafalger Square, which has fountains. We have already determined that we are looking for a girl. The importance of the sun being in her eyes is that it puts her on the Charing Cross side of the river, if we consider the late afternoon, about "ten to six." 

The final clue to the girl's location would be if there was a bank on that side of the river. This is derived from the title: Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, which is anagrammatic for Lsd, which stands for pounds, shillings, and pence, which implies a bank. (We are indebted to Mr. Peter Stansky for this observation.) Unfortunately, my map of London does not show banks. 

We never got around to checking the paper of the album covers under ultraviolet light, or for watermarks. I have been told that the record itself fluoresces under UV light. Whether this is simply due to the diffracting characteristics of the record grooves being enhanced by using long wavelength light, I do not know. 
No. Certain copies of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band glow under ultraviolet light. You were told correctly. People knew about it in 1967 / 1968. It just never went "mainstream" as it should have. Why is that?
We did tear open the side of the album cover that the record does not slide into, in a frenzy of wondrous hope, only to find that it was empty. 

We tried to determine if the faces on the cover were the key to a cipher, but were unable to break the code. Any attempt to do this requires a key to the faces. "Sixteen" magazine published one last summer sometime. The gravest fault in the "Sixteen" key was that instead of admitting their ignorance when they couldn't identify a face, they called them all "Indian Gurus." There is an almost infinite number of ways a cipher could be built into the crowd of faces. It is a very frustrating way to spend a weekend. 
Much the frustration I had finding "A Vargas Girl" or "The Petty Girls". I see that in 40+ years, this has not changed much at all. 

A Vargas Girl
The Petty Girls
There is, of course, the question of George Harrison's finger. On the back cover, you will see that he has his hand at his waist, clenched into a fist. Something that should be his thumb, but looks more like a hot dog, is sticking up. It is really too long to be a thumb but it could be a thumb turned backwards by trick photography. In any case it is pointing directly at the line "five o'clock." If you extend the line of his "finger" up across the album with a ruler you will find that this line crosses many of the significant phrases already discussed. 

The strange manner in which the type is set up is quite striking. By running a clear plastic ruler, available at the Coop, under the lines across the back you will find that it makes fascinating reading: "Follow her down to a bridge by a stepping outside she is free. Then you may find peace of mind is good morning, Good morning." Many times the ruler will cut off some lines in the middle, while lying correctly under others. This forces you to skip columns as you read across on particular lines. I can't help feeling there is something significant about this. 

A close listening to the Reprise will reveal that Paul is shouting something in the background. This is supposed to be clearer on the mono copies. At the very end of the Reprise the group in the background starts singing the chorus to an old Rock and Roll song called "Farmer John." You can find out who sang it in the Yellow record catalogue at College Music Shop in Central Square. 
It has turned out, that what Paul is shouting is this, or what anyone could closely decipher:

Paul is Dead; really, really dead... Paul is dead and you can't xxx with the mustache... Tank You!... Mustache man is Billy Shears.

That's the description of what is said by that YouTube user. I can neither confirm nor deny that. But the first bit, really, really dead, does sound like that. 

 Farmer John:

Has anybody seen Kosher Pickle Harry?
If you see him tell him that Herbert's looking for him
Herbert Who?
OK ladies and gentlemen here we go - The Premiers!
(This appears on the single version as an introduction. A crowd of people is heard, and then a voice says the above. )

Farmer John
I'm in love with your daughter
The one
With the champagne eyes
She knows that I love her
Ever since she showed me those eyes

Farmer John
Someday I will marry
The one
With the champagne eyes
She won't accept my hand
She won't wear my wedding band

I dig the way she walks
The way she talks
She really knocks me out
When she starts moving slow

Let me tell ya Farmer John
I'm in love with your daughter
The one
With the champagne eyes
With the champagne eyes
With the champagne eyes
The cover was designed by MC Productions and photographed by Michael Cooper, whose initials are MC. The designers must have contributed to the formulation of the cryptogram. The same people designed the cover to the Stones new album, "Their Satanic Majesties Request." The Stones' album has its own little puzzle, which has a number of possible solutions. Why shouldn't the two be connected? The man in blue with only his back showing on the back cover of the album is, after all, Mick Jagger, not Paul. The Beatles are hidden in the three dimensional picture on the Stones cover. This interesting mutual exchange could have gone deeper than the mere covers of the albums. Our analysis of the Stones album is continuing. 

There are many people who maintain that whatever message the cryptogram contained has long since become useless knowledge. If this is true, it can only be due to the Beatles' disappointment when they found that no one in the world was hip enough to play their game, and win. 

The author of this piece is Michael Cohen. On the 22nd January, 1969, another piece he wrote appears at the Harvard Crimson. Entitled:

The Who: It's Very Cinematic, You Know

Who is Michael Cohen?
There is this Michael Cohen who is a musician
Michael Cohen musician.jpg

But he seems to be based in New York City.

Here's our choices so far:
  • Michael Cohen (academic), Director of the Graduate Program in International Affairs at The New School
  • Michael Cohen (actor), Canadian actor
  • Michael Cohen (doctor), Doctor of Dental Medicine who first identified Proteus Syndrome
  • Michael Cohen (musician) (1951-1997), 1970s singer-songwriter
  • Michael Cohen (composer) (1938-), American composer of musicals including I Am Anne Frank
  • Michael Cohen (politician), former member of the New York State Assembly
  • Michael Cohen (pharmacist), president of The Institute for Safe Medication Practices
  • Michael Cohen (writer) (born 1970), Australian writer on paranormal phenomena
  • Michael D. Cohen (born 1945), co-founder of the Garbage Can Model
  • Michaël Cohen, French actor in Them
  • Michael H. Cohen, American attorney, professor, and author
  • Mickey Cohen (1913–1976), American gangster
 The only clue we have to his identity is at the end of the Who article. 

Michael Cohen is a former junior in Dudley House who dropped out of school and is now living in Boston.

Welcome to Dudley House!

Dudley House is the center at Harvard University for students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and a community of undergraduates, offering intellectual, social, and recreational opportunities to Dudley House members. Activities are planned by and for GSAS students, and they include dinners with faculty members, a classic film series, outings to museums and restaurants, student-run musical ensembles, and athletic and public service opportunities.

Dudley House is home to the Café Gato Rojo, the Dudley Café, several meeting rooms, a game room, and a library and is the primary location for activities organized by Dudley Fellows for GSAS students and other Dudley Members. Dudley is located in Lehman Hall, at the southwest corner of Harvard Yard nearest the T stop.

Well, if he's our musician Michael Cohen based in New York City, releasing albums in the 1970's, he's been dead for quite some time. 

So in brief closing. They knew about the ultraviolet albums when they came out, at least in the instance of MONO USA copies of  Sgt Pepper that had this anomaly. But they stayed quiet. Because if that didn't hit the mainstream BACK when that album was released, and we're still here almost 50 years later and you can't find much about them, if at all, unless you go Paul Is Dead, then surely that tells you something. Surely.