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While The Orchids Sleep, The Butterfly Emerges From Its Chrysalis (Part 3)    

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#2017-05-31 17:08:53 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@melcyan

Melcy, I'm coming back 'at ya' with a semi-apology. Having given your comment more thought I am now quite sure that the conspiracy theory you were attributing to the Led Zep song was the one about 'backmasking' - (playing the song backwards), as that indeed, is a conspiracy theory.

In my earlier comment I was referring totally to the lyrics themselves.

I did, however, manage to find this old YouTube video that you could check out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eBIhAqFtGo

I don't agree 100% with this guy's explanation, but he does a good enough job of it for you to get the idea. Cheers....

#2017-05-31 21:48:34 by melcyan @melcyan

@paulfox1

 

The music magazine Rolling Stone fact checked this story

 

If You Play 'Stairway to Heaven' in Reverse, You Hear Satanic Messages


 

THE BACKSTORY: Televangelist Paul Crouch brought this allegation into the mainstream in 1982, claiming that, when played backward, the "bustle in your hedgerow" segment of Zep's signature tune says this: "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 toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan."

 

THE TRUTH: That part of "Stairway" does sound similar to Crouch's interpretation when played backward, but it's just a bizarre coincidence. "Who on Earth would have ever thought of doing that?" Robert Plant said of the backward-Satanism charges. "You've got to have a lot of time on your hands to even consider that people would do that."

 

I know it would look better if this story was fact checked by New Scientist or Mythbusters but they obviously have better things to do with their time.

 

What I like about this story is the light it sheds on how the brain works. The brain is a sense-making machine, even if it is presented with information that has no pattern, it will still seek a pattern. Listeners have to be told to listen for words when the music is played backwards. Only then can they hear a single word “Satan”.

 

When the written words "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 toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan." are put in front of them as well, they will hear not only the word “Satan”, but all of these words too. Images “seen” from ink blobs work in much the same way. Magicians make a living putting this quirk of the brain to good use.

 

#2017-06-01 12:31:22 by melcyan @melcyan

@paulfox1

 

Semi-apology semi-accepted!

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