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Sunday, 17 October 2010

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Lucifer depicted here singing the original "Lucifer in the sky with demons!"

A fanatical Satanist group have cast a "black demonic cloud" around the celebrations of John Lennon's 70th birthday.

They claim that one of his and McCartney's songs was a devilish "rip off" and was stolen frome them by John.

The song, "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" is a Satanist chant used by this particular group at their Satanic rituals and is actually called "Lucifer in the sky with demons"!

A spokesman from the group called Alisteir Beelzebub-Crowley (no relation) gave the following statement:

"John Lennon, tripping on LSD, visited our cauldron regularly, before summoning the Devil we always chanted the refrain and John 'nicked' it and we demand 50% of all royalties earned by the rip off, otherwise we'll send a plague of locusts to Liverpool!"

Menawhile another group has claimed that a Beatles song was also "ripped off".

Eskimos in Greenland claim that the fab Beatles song "I am the Walrus" is their chant sung before they go out hunting guess what, Walrus, it's actually called, "oompah, oompah, stick a harpoon in their blubber" renamed by Paul and penned by John again tripping on LSD.

Sir Paul heard it whilst on a protest trip to Greenland with Linda hoping to stop the clubbing of baby seals. He loved the chant, taped it and the rest is history!

Oh My Sweet Lord (sorry George), were the Beatles really so good as we thought they were?????????

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