By Larry Fyffe
Some analysts of the songs by Bob Dylan have pointed out that the key to breaking the secret “code” hidden in a number of his lyrics is to realize that the words therein are those spoken by none other than Jesus Christ.
Other ‘Dylanologists’ have disputed this assertion, but Untold researchers have uncovered proof that this ‘theory’ is essentially correct.
The story uncovered be like a movie that stars Humphrey Bogart as Christ and Ingrid Bergman as ‘Spanish’ Mary.
In a cave near the Black Sea is found the Holy Grail which contains fragments of Dylan songs written when he travels back in time.
As we have already noted, these fragmented manuscripts, backed up by recent songs, reveal that Jesus and the pregnant Mary Magdalene escape from Mexico, and make their way to Morocco.
Pursued they are by religious authorities; they separate and decide to meet up in Tangiers.
Part of a song, the fragments thereof pasted back together, shows that the couple have tough times before they are able to settle down quietly in Morocco.
(Some analysts of the song quoted below – revived later on – relate it to the movie “Bend Of The River” that stars James Stewart, but that just goes to show you how far off an interpretation can be):
Well, I gonna quit this baby talk now I guess I should have known I got troubles, I think maybe you got troubles I think maybe we'd better leave each other alone (Seeing The Real You At Last)
Troubles indeed – Jesus and Mary’s child creates a biological line of descent for the adherents of the Christian faith to follow.
The traditional foundation ‘rock’ of the established church is shattered all to hell:
And I say unto thee, "That thou are Peter And upon this rock I will build my church And the gates of hell shall not prevail against it" (Matthew 16: 18)
Be that it may, another restored piece of a manuscript that’s stuffed in the Holy Grail suggests that Jesus is on his way to Morocco to join Magdalene there:
Pretty Mary Don't be lonely Don't be cool You're my only destination And I'm coming for you (Pretty Mary)
A lot of this information about the life of Jesus and Mary is swept under the carpet, never revealed.
But now our readers know, with the benefit of hindsight, that Jesus is addressing Mary Magdalene in songs like the one quoted beneath:
Kick your shoes off, do not fear Bring that bottle over here I'll be your baby tonight (I'll Be Your Baby Tonight)
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