WHAT IS BACKMASKING?
Since the 70’s and 80’s, “backmasking” has been a technique used in mostly Rock n’ Roll music, where secret messages are recorded in reverse on records and are only decoded when played forward. The Beatles, who were the first rock n’ roll group to be programmed as Monarch Mind Control Slaves, were among the first to use this technique on their, “Revolver” album.
Playing music in reverse goes back to 1878, when Thomas Edison, the creator of the phonograph, discovered that when rotating the record backward “the song is still melodious in many cases, and some of the strains are sweet and novel, but altogether different from the song reproduced in the right way”.
Aleister Crowley, better known as, “the wickedest man in the world”, advised in his book, “Magic (Book 4)“, that listening to phonographs in reverse was good training for magicians. I should also note that the Beatles and many other Rock n Roll legends, were great admirers of Crowley, as you see him featured on the cover of their “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”.
“…one must train himself to think backwards by external means” – Aleister Crowley