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The Memoirs of Billy Shears

(all 66 unabridged chapters)

The Memoirs of Billy Shears brings astonishing facts to light that have been hidden for decades. It is the source for Billy's Back!, Beatles Enlightenment, and The Talent Contest, and also includes nine chapters that were not selected for those compilations.

Billy's Back! has the best of the Memoirs' "Paul is Dead" material (excluding those chapters with enough philosophical significance to be included in Beatles Enlightenment) and also excluding those that were considered too dark to be included in either compilation.

Some of the Memoirs' chapters that were excluded from compilations contain material that many readers would find disturbing--such as some Biblical humor (about the 666 beat with four heads), the Beatles involvement in Satanism, and, of course, their Paulism. We highly recommend that no one read this book until after reading Billy's Back!, which, by the end of that book, puts all such things in context. The Memoirs set world and regional records for its writing and encoding sophistication as explained below. Just as the Beatles heavily encoded many of their songs with clues about Paul's death, so too is this book, which explains those songs, also encoded throughout. Although this book reads like an extraordinary autobiography, the encoding methods used technically make it a poem, the longest one ever written in the Americas.


Until The Memoirs of Billy Shears, the longest poem ever written in the Americas was Herman Melville’s, Clarel: A Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land (published in two volumes in 1876). Clarel, although reaching almost 18,000 lines (longer than the European classics, The Iliad, Aeneid, and Paradise Lost), is surpassed by about a thousand lines by The Memoirs of Billy Shears.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears, with over 156,000 words, also sets the record (based on word-count) for the longest poem currently in print that was written in English worldwide. The out-of-print world record for the longest English poem is held by John Fitchett (1766-1838) and his editor for their 129,807 lines on the life of King Alfred. The death and replacement of Paul McCartney is surely more fascinating.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears also has the world's longest published acrostic. It runs for 612 pages, with about 8,500 acrostical lines. The previous record for the longest acrostic was set in France, in 2006, by Patrick Huet, with his 7,547 line poem, Pieces of Hope. You can read the secret acrostical text of The Memoirsin the booklet, Billy Shears Acrostical Decoding.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears refers to over 200 songs, setting the record for the most songs referenced in any narrative in any language. These songs establish narrative context, and show the hidden meanings about Paul McCartney's death in Beatle songs, and in several songs by their friends in bands including The Rolling Stones, Donovan, The Bonzo Dog Band, The Who, and Elton John.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears, as another first for a novel, invites the reader to enter a real talent competition. Readers upload their versions of the songs (selected from the text) for an upcoming CD. It will also be the first time that the lyrics of an album of new material may have been read by thousands before the CD's release, furthering its success. The Talent Contest chapter of this book is also sold separately.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears, the first fully encoded full-length book, is also the first to create messages by word-stacking. On every page of the narrative, with over a thousand instances in all, words are arranged on separate lines to add extra meaning to that chapter.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears, with its many historically significant revelations about the Beatles that have been hidden since the Sixties, and with its record-breaking elements of writing sophistication (such as including the world's longest acrostic, word-stacking, etc.), is truly a uniquely amazing work.


The Memoirs of Billy Shears

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Kindle Edition $33.33

NOOK Book $33.33

(Digital editions dos not include acrostics or word-stacking.)


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Billy's Back!  He says how and why he replaced Paul McCartney in The Beatles.

Paul is Dead. James Paul McCartney died September 11, 1966 and was replaced by William Shepherd, not by William Campbell. Now you have proof that Paul is dead. You have wondered, "Is Paul McCartney really dead?" Now you can be sure that Paul McCartney died and was replaced. It is not a hoax. Paul really died. Now you can also know that William Campbell is not who took Paul McCartney's place. How did Tom Uharriet get all of this information from Paul McCartney and others? That’s the real mystery. These memoirs about the death and replacement of Paul McCartney are a mystery. This paranormal historical fiction about Paul McCartney’s death and replacement takes you on the action packed spiritualism adventure into Paul McCartney’s (William's) inner world and into his relationships with women and with his Beatles and Wings band mates. Getting into politics, global conspiracies, religion, the global revolution, sex, drugs, and rock and roll, this book about Paul’s death will forever change your world view, replacing your fantasy with new awareness not only of Paul McCartney’s death, but also of the world, and of how the Illuminati used The Beatles to push forward their global agendas. As Tom Uharriet explains in Billy's Back and Beatles Enlightenment (from the Memoirs of Billy Shears), when Paul McCartney died, The Beatles replaced Paul with Billy Shears (William Shepherd). The Memoirs of Billy Shears explain how Paul McCartney died and was replaced by William. When you see the facts that only Paul (William) would know, and that are verifiable, it will be hard for you to believe that Tom Uharriet wrote the book. But that's the story. Thomas E. Uharriet encoded it for William Shepherd (Billy Shears). Paul McCartney is dead. Paul died in 1966. Yes, he's dead. It's a true story. Paul McCartney really is dead. You can read all about it in this historical world-record-breaking book that Tom Uharriet fully encoded. Reading has never been this fun! If you have ever enjoyed cross-word puzzles, word searches, or Sudoku, you will love this new challenge of breaking this amazing code. Oh, and yes, Paul is dead. With all that it reveals about The Beatles, and of how global social engineers used the media to get the world to follow them into the New World Order, Billy’s Back! will forever change your view, not only of Paul McCartney and The Beatles, but of the world.