Charles Manson's race war: The Beatles and Helter Skelter



The singularly plain cover of the Beatles 'White Album'

/SNIP/ Manson thought virtually every one of the 30 tracks on the Beatles’ White Album brimmed with hidden significance for him. As Manson explains:

At the end of each song there is a little tag piece on it, a couple of notes. Or like in “Piggies” there’s “oink, oink, oink.” Just these couple of sounds. And all these sounds are repeated in “Revolution 9.” Like in “Revolution 9,” all these pieces are fitted together and they predict the violent overthrow of the white man. Like you’ll hear “oink, oink,” and then machine gun fire …. I think it’s a subconscious thing …. This music is bringing on the revolution … The Beatles know in the sense that the subconscious knows.

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