Led Zeppelin: Directos desde el infierno.

por Manel Mourning

En abril de 1982, un comité de la Asamblea del Estado de California, decidió escuchar un disco de Led Zeppelin hacía atrás. Varios predicadores habían proclamado que, cuando los discos de Led Zeppelin eran escuchados de esta manera, podían escucharse claramente mensajes satánicos mediante una técnica llamada “Backward masking“, exponiendo así a la juventud cristiana americana a satanismo subliminal y culto al diablo. Cuando el comité hubo escuchado varios discos de la banda, algunos miembros aseguraron haber oido, sin lugar a dudas, el siniestro mensaje Here’s to my sweet Satan”.

El siguiente texto, por David Stewart, fue publicado en http://www.jesus-is-savior.com.

Please understand that I don’t condemn anyone, for the Bible condemns all of us as guilty, dirty, rotten, hell-deserving sinners. My salvation solely rests in Christ’s righteousness, because of the precious blood that He gave for our sins. My intention is not to be unkind; but rather, to expose Satanism in the music industry. Led Zeppelin is Satanic to the core.  In the song “Houses of the Holy,” Robert Plant (lead singer) speaks of Satan’s daughter and making her garden grow (a sexual reference).  The album cover displays naked women crawling towards the top of the temple.  It’s sickening in the name of decency.  Anyone who denies the occult inspiration of Led Zeppelin’s music is woefully deceived.

Led Zeppelin also introduced personal occult symbols on one of their albums.  Guitarist Jimmy Page of Zeppelin is a devout follower of Satanist, Aleister Crowley, who proclaimed himself as “The Beast 666.”  Aleister Crowley was also a 33rd and 97th Degree Freemason and is recognized as the master Satanist of the 20th century.  In 1971, guitarist Jimmy Page bought Crowley’s Boleskine House on the shore of Loch Ness where Crowley practiced his Hellish, Satanic sex-magick rituals, including human sacrifices.  Guitarist Jimmy Page actually performed Crowley magical rituals during their concerts.  Their song “Stairway to Heaven” carries the reference “May Queen,” which is purported to be the name of a hideous poem by Crowley.  In fact, Zed Zeppelin’s songs are saturated with Aleister Crowley’s Satanic doctrines…

Page had inscribed in the vinyl of their album Led Zeppelin III, Crowley’s famous “Do what thou wilt.  So mete it Be.’  Page and Robert Plant claim some of Zeppelins’ songs came via occultic “automatic handwriting”, including their popular “Stairway to Heaven.”  Stephen Davis in the Hammer of the Gods, details the occult inspiration of “Stairway to Heaven”. There is no doubt to the occult influence of Led Zeppelin.  For a very through, extensively documented history of Zeppelin’s occult inspiration read the 648 page book titled, Fallen Angel: The Untold Story of Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin by Thomas Friend. In the photo to the right, you can see the serpents on Jimmy Page’s clothing.  The Bible tells us that Satan appeared to Eve as a “serpent” in the Garden of Eden.  Tragically, evil always finds a willing servant.  Anyone who has ever heard “Dazed and Confused” by Led Zeppelin has taken a spiritual journey into Hell.  The song is evil. The photo to the left (El logo de la gira por América de 1977) pictures a fallen angel.  We read in the Word of God that Satan is a fallen angel (Isaiah 14:12, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!”).   Notice the fallen angel’s wings.  Also notice the occult symbols in the background.  Below is much more information on these occult symbols.

As with all occultists, Led Zeppelin promotes occult symbols.  The photo to the right displays Zeppelin’s “personal symbols” which are etched in occult images.  For instance, “Zoso” was Jimmy Page’s personal symbol and according to Stephen Davis in The Hammer of the Gods (p. 253), it is a “stylized 666.”

La antigua creencia de que el Blues era la música del diablo, sigue patente en este texto. Cuando este letrado señor asegura, y con razón, que “This song is evil”, refiriéndose a Dazed and confused, probablemente no sabía que esa canción no la escribió Page, sino que es un clásico de la última ola del Blues americano de los 60. Lo que nos lleva directamente a otro “Satanista”, Robert Johnson, el músico de Blues más crucial en la historia, padre de ese estilo de música y principal influencia de Elvis o Chuck Berry. “Hello, Satan, I believe it’s time to go” o “Me and the Devil are walking side by side, I’m going to beat my woman til I get satisfied”, que decia Johnson.

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