Occult Symbols on Beatles Album Covers

A blogger examines The Beatles’ album covers and explains to us why they are nothing more than occult indoctrination propaganda pieces.

The Beatles called these people their “heroes”.
One of their “heroes” is satanist Aleister Crowley.
Other “heroes” include four Indian gurus (occult mysticism), Carl Jung (occult psychology), Edgar Allan Poe (alcoholic horror mystic), Aldous Huxley (globalist, eugenicist, LSD promoter), William S. Burroughs (homosexual junkie murderer), Karl Marx (satanic father of communism according to Marx and Satan), Oscar Wilde (homosexual writer), George Bernard Shaw (racist eugenicist), Lewis Carroll (pedophile), Marlene Dietrich (decadent lesbian singer), James Joyce (alcoholic writer), Lenny Bruce (junkie comedian), H.G. Wells (eugenicist occultist writer), a doll of six-year-old Shirley Temple with a shirt that says “Welcome The Rolling Stones” with blood-stained gloves (implied pedophilia), and a legionnaire from the masonic Order of the Buffalo (behind the standing Shirley Temple).
There are three Shirley Temples on the cover (aged 6/6/6, also note the word “temple”).
Notice that Diana Dors’ arms are positioned to form two triangles (pyramids).
There is also a doll of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi pointing “as above, so below”, a hookah (drug bong), a purple velvet snake (serpent/satan/phallic), Snow White (from mason Walt Disney), and a Saturn trophy (sun/satan) near the “L” (90 degree square).
They forgot to include satanist Bertrand Russell: “Bertrand Russell seems all right – I wouldn’t mind being like him at all.” (Paul McCartney, 1966).
Note Ringo’s flat hat (“Here come ol’ flat-top”) resembling that of 15th century occultist Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, and George’s masonic bicorne hat.
The drum is the “sun” that makes the flowers grow.
The Beatles in black appear to be mourning the “death of the sun” into its earthly grave (sunset), as the ancient Egyptians did.
Or perhaps they are mourning the death of Paul, since the bass guitar made of yellow flowers seems to spell “PAUL?”. Notice that John and George are happy while only Ringo and “Paul” are sad.
To the right of “BEATLES” in red flowers appears to be a square and compasses, also in red flowers.

(via Bifurcated Rivets)