Led Zeppelin with Jimmy Page, are all about the occult, demon worship and spiritual darkness. Some of the l...
Led Zeppelin with Jimmy Page, are all about the occult, demon worship and spiritual darkness. Some of the lyrics from backmasking their records reveal their true heart, besides the buying of Aleister Crowley's house or being known Satanists. Reversing the verse following the introduction of John Bonham's drums (that begins "If there's a bustle in your hedgerow...") apparently reveals Satanic messages:
Oh, here's to my sweet Satan,
The one whose little path made me sad,
Whose power is Satan. He'll give those with him 666.
There was a little tool shed where he made us suffer,
Page was something of a Crowley scholar, owning manuscripts, artwork and even buying Boleskine house, where Crowley lived for 14 years. Pressings of Led Zeppelin's third album are inscribed with the phrase "Do what thou wilt," a tenet of Thelema, a religion Crowley developed.
Though not a confirmed Satanist, Page never really denied it either. He told Rolling Stone: "I don't really want to go on about my personal beliefs or my involvement in magic. I'm not interested in turning anybody on to anybody that I'm turned on to. If people want to find things, they find them themselves."