Is No Hoax
Lim Yong Chin
This letter is in reference to "The Led Zeppelin Hoax." Though the section which was mentioned in the article was definitely untrue, it is true that there is a section in the song, when reversed, conveys a satanic message. This is detailed [at led-zeppelin.org]. Visit it and download some of the files, and reverse the section that's mentioned. I hope you'll see what I'm talking about. I tried it for myself and yes, it is true.
Lim Yong Chin
The part I was talking about in the column was where it says "It's just a spring-clean for the maid-queen," which allegedly says, "Which one will be the path, who will make me sad, there's power in Satan." However, not only does the record itself not come even close to what the engineer superimposed onto the preacher's tape, but the preacher himself got it wrong! The preacher told the audience that it said something completely different than what the thing was obviously supposed to say! And another preacher, using the same tape, told his audience that it said something else!
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