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Thomas E. Uharriet, author, philosopher, speaker, and teacher, earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and his Master of Education degree at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. Uharriet is a California native, but lived in Utah while writing and encoding The Memoirs of Billy Shears.
As a Beatles fan and McCartney fan, this book was weirdly good. Incredible the amount of effort that the author (and others) have put into this conspiracy. There are a few clues that seem so legitimate that it does make the reader pause to wonder.
I think what's great about this book is that it puts a logical understanding off all the famous clues in the past as well as even some of the newly discovered clues over the course of the internet. It also gets into a "positive outlook" and reasonable explanation over freemasonry and the obsession of certain 6s (or in john's case 9 obsessions) -- It also points out how so many backmasking clues later found are truly coincidental from this Billy Shears perspective. Only the obvious sounds that sound backwards are the ones to really be backmasked. Any other lyrics that happened to say something else in reverse they claim is coincidence even though after they heard certain lines backwards, they would record those lines in both directions just to make the vocals sound richer for either direction. But Let it Be and Strawberry Fields are truly what they mean FORWARDS. At least according to this book which is just fiction, right? :)