Hidden Satanic Messages In Rock Music

Source: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/01/365_days_1_the_.html

In 1981, Michael Mills’ Christian radio shows often discussed hidden satanic messages found in rock music. One of his most popular claims is that Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven contains the following backwards lyrics:

Oh here’s to my sweet Satan.
The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is Satan.
He will give those with him 666.
There was a little tool shed where he made us suffer, sad Satan.

Unfortunately for Michael Mills, scientific studies (like Subliminal messages: Between the devil and the media. Vokey, John R) have shown “no evidence to support such a claim and suggest that the apparent presence of backward messages in popular music is more a function of active construction on the part of the perceiver than of the existence of the messages themselves.”

 These MP3s are from a tape of one of Michael Mills’ radio shows.

MP3:

  1. Introduction (2:36)
  2. Adam Ant and Bow Wow Wow (7:52)
  3. New Lyrical Jargon (3:12)
  4. Show ID (0:31)
  5. Black Sabbath (1:02)
  6. The Beatles (3:53)
  7. AC/DC (6:34)
  8. Led Zeppelin (4:47)
  9. Dan Folgeberg (0:18)
  10. Rush (1:16)
  11. Lucifer’s Friend (0:09)
  12. Prince (0:09)
  13. Grateful Dead (0:25)
  14. Meatloaf (0:16)
  15. Judas Priest (0:15)
  16. Blondie (0:16)
  17. The Rhythm Devils (0:11)
  18. Ozzy Osbourne (2:09)
  19. Spirit (0:16)
  20. Electric Light Orchestra (2:16)
  21. Sound (0:35)
  22. Fleetwood Mac (0:18)
  23. Kiss (3:16)
  24. The Beatles (1:02)
  25. The Eagles (2:10)
  26. Santana (0:31)
  27. The Rolling Stones (0:50)
  28. David Bowie (0:15)
  29. Queen (1:23)
  30. Black Sabbath (1:03)
  31. End (2:18)

 

Source: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/01/365_days_1_the_.html

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