helter skelter means: 1. An amusement park ride is the subject of a Kick *** Beatles song. 2. Charles Manson believed that there would be a world without blacks, where all whites would die. Manson says that the problem is the blacks would not know how to act because they have no idea what they should do. They would then seek Charlie out in the bottomless *** to make him the king of all the earth. 3. Pure and total chaos (in Slang Dictionary, added by Cullen Sullivan)
What else does helter skelter mean?
- Things can get out of control. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Rose Armstrong)
- Charles Manson’s definition of war: The battle between whites and blacks in which only one side can win, according to Manson. Actual definition: Mass chaos. Another great Beatles song. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Darian Simon)
- This song could easily be called the birth of heavy metal. This is one of 1000 Beatle songs that showcase their versatility and transcendence. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Macey Collier)
- Helter Skelter was originally a song from The Beatles’ White Album. However, Charles Manson changed its meaning in 1969. Manson believed that Helter Skelter was when all black people would murder whites. Charles Manson used the theory to his advantage, telling children that he and his gang would hide deep in desert to protect them during Helter Skelter. Charlie claimed then that Helter Skelter had to happen instantly, and he shared this with his relatives Charles “Tex” Watson (Linda Kasabian), Susan Atkins (Leslie Van Houten), Patricia Krenwinkel, and others. To go and kill random caucasions. Charlie believed that by making it seem that black people committed such acts and killing Sharon Tate, Helter Skelter could begin. Charles, his relatives and friends were arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment. Helter Skelter was never recorded and is now only known to be a beautiful song by The Beatles. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Sophia Rogers)
- Tate langdon: helter skelter That should give you enough information. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Kendall Powell)