Here Comes the Sun

Jules,16. The Beatles, George Harrison, 1960s.
Keeping calm and carrying on since June 13th, 2011
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The following is an excerpt (pertaining to The Beatles, and George in particular) typed up from a digital copy of Lewis H. Lapham’s article - “There Once Was A Guru From Rishikesh” - published in two parts (4 May and 18 May 1968) in the Saturday Evening Post. This excerpt comes from the 18 May issue; as it’s a lengthy read, it’s under a “read more” cut.

"To the Beatles the Maharishi attributed the popular success of his spiritual-regeneration movement, and he doted on them with the proud fondness of a singing teacher or football coach. Often he referred to them as ‘the blessed leaders of the world’s youth,’ and in his happiest moments he described George Harrison as ‘a sublime soul for whom God and all the angels give thanks.’

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thateventuality:

The following is an excerpt (pertaining to The Beatles, and George in particular) typed up from a digital copy of Lewis H. Lapham’s article - “There Once Was A Guru From Rishikesh” - published in two parts (4 May and 18 May 1968) in the Saturday Evening Post. This excerpt comes from the 18 May issue; as it’s a lengthy read, it’s under a “read more” cut.

"To the Beatles the Maharishi attributed the popular success of his spiritual-regeneration movement, and he doted on them with the proud fondness of a singing teacher or football coach. Often he referred to them as ‘the blessed leaders of the world’s youth,’ and in his happiest moments he described George Harrison as ‘a sublime soul for whom God and all the angels give thanks.’

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In the audience during Bob Dylan’s performance at the Isle of Wight Pop Festival, 31 August 1969: George Harrison and Pattie Boyd, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and Ringo and Maureen Starkey. Copyright Mirrorpix.

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In the audience during Bob Dylan’s performance at the Isle of Wight Pop Festival, 31 August 1969: George Harrison and Pattie Boyd, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and Ringo and Maureen Starkey. Copyright Mirrorpix.