“Aleister Crowley, LED ZEPPELIN & The Loch Ness Monster” (Part 1)
In my most recent reporting, I have covered a variety of different mythical undead beasts and sightings of ‘out of this world’ creatures/demonic ET entities like Bigfoot, the Jinn, El Coco, Vril, etc.. but now I want to turn my attention to the mother of all scary myths.
Once upon a time there lived a legendary cryptid creature who at times over the years has been spotted coming out of the water in the Scottish Highlands, and got affectionately nicknamed “Nessie,” which is short for “The Loch Ness Monster.”
To some she is believed to be some kind of aquatic prehistoric dinosaur that somehow got lost in the extinction shuffle… and is still alive and splashing today.
For many years since the original “Surgeon’s” iconic Nessie ‘peeking her head out of the water” photograph appeared in the Daily Mail newspaper back in 1934, the Loch Ness Monster has been called a hoax by the mainstream media. Other photos certainly capture the imagination when trying to determine if Nessie is real or not.
I believe I have a large amount of evidence that actually points to the myth being the real deal. When I am done presenting my case, I don’t think you are going to be doing anything but taking what I am reporting as your new bible of truth, and while that is an honor for someone trying to dispel lies to get the opportunity to be your guide in this real life we are all living in together, my main purpose is to bring you closer to the reality that the boogeyman (in its many different forms) is indeed alive and could end up on your front doorstep at any point.
So are you ready for the biggest head trip of 2019?
What if I told you that there is an overwhelming belief among acclaimed conspiracy theorists such as myself that suggests that the hoax label put on one of the most frightening unsolved cases ever is actually part of an elaborate Illuminati cover up so that most people do not learn the truth about the facts in the matter?
Would you tell me to go jump in a lake? Or better yet… get lost in the Loch Ness?
Loch Ness, according to one expert on Great Britain’s history:
“…is the second largest lake in Scotland by surface area (holds more water than all of the other lakes in Great Britain combined)and the largest by volume. It is also the second deepest loch, at an astounding 755 feet (230 meters) at its deepest point. In fact, because of its depth, Loch Ness doesn’t freeze. Most of the water stays at a steady temperature of about 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Only the top 100 feet or so varies in temperature, but with so much warmer water beneath keeping things relatively hot, you’ll not get a chance to ice skate on it. The water is dark and murky due to the high levels of turf in the surrounding soil. The breadth, depth, and low visibility of this particular loch make a prime environment for people’s imagination to run wild, particularly when other lake monsters were plentiful in Scottish legends (thirteen in total).”
Is The British Government Hiding The Loch Ness Monster?
Let me back up a bit first, because the Loch Ness Monster was first officially introduced to the public even earlier than 1934 via a news story titled “Is this the Loch Ness Monster?”
On August 4, 1933 the Courier published a report by Londoner George Spicer that several weeks earlier, while they were driving around the loch, he and his wife claimed they saw what he described as:
“…the nearest approach to a dragon or pre-historic animal that I have ever seen in my life” trundling across the road toward the loch with “an animal” in its mouth.
Sea serpents throughout history have been spotted by sailors and some specific amphibian snake-like creatures do actually exist, such as The oarfish (or ribbonfish) which is a massive, elongated fish found worldwide. It’s known to be the longest of all bony fish, the largest ever recorded being 17 meters (56 ft) in length.
But in my research there is something much more malevolent behind the sightings of Nessie, that does not seem to be like anything normally seen before. And there are strange “not of this world” demonic entities spotted around Loch Ness.
Late Journalist and UFO researcher Ted Holiday, who was on the trail of the Loch Ness Monster, purportedly had an encounter with a “dark garbed man on the road near Urquhart Castle.”
Holiday’s story definitely brings to life Hollywood’s mysterious Men In Black silencing others to keep secrets from getting out. Hell, just the mere thought of these demonic entities showing up uninvited can cause one’s mind to become gripped with an insane amount of paralyzing fear, right?
Yes, the reality looks to be that a much more sinister type of evil from another realm is behind the Loch Ness Monster’s strange activities, much like I believe the evil CIA and U.S. government operatives secretly are working in conjunction with alien grays and reptilians who are living in underground bases beneath our feet. I have determined they are the ones behind PizzaGate and the rogue “seven foot tall hairy man” walking around the Redwood Forest.
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Stay with me. I know this all sounds a bit sketchy, but trust me, you will come to learn fast that in ‘real life’ truth is stranger than fiction.
The gloomy Urquhart Castle sits beside Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland.
“In 1954, the first contact via sonar was made on Rival III, a fishing boat. 480 feet below the boat, a large and strange object was seen keeping pace with the boat’s speed. In 2011, sonar contact was made again by Marcus Atkinson who saw an object about five feet long and 75 feet below the surface. It kept pace with his boat for two minutes before it disappeared. The sonar image has been examined and critics have dismissed it as an algae bloom. However, believers have said that algae couldn’t survive at 75 feet as it needs sunlight to thrive, and as murky as the waters of Loch Ness are, very little sunlight would reach so far below the surface. But a brave adventurer didn’t give up. In the 70s and early 2000s, Robert Rines conducted a number of underwater investigations hoping to find Nessie. His studies resulted in several underwater photographs of possible fins and tails.”
As the story goes, on the evening of February 22, 1968, something very weird occurred at Lough Nahooin.
Holiday’s most convincing source was a man named Stephen Coyne, who Holiday interviewed five months after the creepy encounter with Nessie happened.
Holiday wrote: “At about seven on the evening of 22 February 1968, Stephen Coyne went down to the bog by the lough to bring up some dry peat. With him he took his eldest son, a boy of eight, and the family dog. Although the sun had set it was still quite light. On reaching the peat-bed beside Nahooin he suddenly noticed a black object in the water. Thinking it was the dog he whistled to it; however, the dog came bounding along the shore from behind. On seeing the object it stopped and started barking.”
Holiday continued: “He then saw that the object was an animal with a pole-like head and neck about nine inches to a foot in diameter. It was swimming around in various directions. From time to time it put its head underwater; two humps then came into view. Occasionally, a flat tail appeared. Once this came out near the head which argued length and a high degree of flexibility. The thing was black, slick, and hairless with a texture resembling an eel.”
According to what Holiday was told by Coyne, “it was specifically the dog’s barking that seemed to provoke a response from the monster. In fact, the wide-open-mouthed thing swam directly towards the family pet. When Coyne moved towards the dog, though, the beast immediately swam away. Which may have been very fortunate for the faithful hound.”
Holiday added: “At about this point the little boy ran home to bring his mother to see the strange beast. When Mrs. Coyne and the children returned the Peiste [which is Irish terminology for a lake-monster] was still busily patrolling the tiny lake.”
According to the Coyne family, “the unknown animal was around twelve feet in length and, oddly, seemed to have no eyes. Or, at least, none that could be seen. There were, however, a pair of stump-like protrusions sticking out of the head of the monster – something which has been reported in other lake-monster cases, too. According to Holiday: “To and fro before the seven members of the Coyne family strutted the Nahooin dragon. As dusk was setting they finally left it and made their way home over the bog.”
Nearby Loch Ness sits the burial area called “The Boleskine.”
The Boleskine is wide and covers an area from Loch Ness all the way to Loch Killin.
Tales of death, witchcraft and the Satanic religion haunt this area. The Boleskine burial ground is undoubtedly one of the most well known land marks around South Loch Ness.
“It is situated on the B852 between Inverfarigaig and Foyers between the road and the loch and sits below Boleskine House owned in past times by Aleister Crowley and later by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin fame. There once stood a medieval church here, now long since disappeared, the only building remaining being a small mort-house. A mort-house was a mortuary where the coffined body would lay under guard until such time as it was of no use to body snatchers.”
The connection between Loch Ness and famed Satanist/Warlock, Aleister Crowley, is no doubt the stuff of legend. But how much of it is really true? Did the black magician indeed summon the monster into our world… and now it is stuck here?
I can tell you that there is much more beneath the surface that will rattle you to the core in bone chilling terror if you let it. The best way for you to become enlightened is to be exposed in the most honest fashion to the facts, so that’s what I will do for my readers as I serve as your guide taking y’all down one of the most terrifying corridors in human understanding.
If there is one complaint I get too much, it’s that I am a fear monger journalist looking to scare peeps for my own amusement or something. Go ahead and tell yourself whatever you want.
"It's a witch hunt."— Randy Rocket Cody (@rocketmetalden) April 17, 2019
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I always tell myself I would rather know the truth than the lie that covered it up. No matter how ugly and brutally horrifying the facts are… they are still the facts, right?
Now, Crowley bought the Boleskine house on Loch Ness with one sole intent I learned. The House was considered ideal for the ritual ceremony practice due to its isolation.
Crowley immediately decided to construct a special terrace that was “decorated with fine river sand in the north,” the perfect spot where, according to the ritual, the spirits were going to appear.
With his extensive years of study in pagan rituals he already understood that location, location, location meant everything to the success of his darkest invocations or spellcastings.
Did you know that his house was actually located on the grounds of what used to be an old medieval church?
A Crowley expert shared the following background info via Reddit:
“The home overlooks Loch Ness, and was originally built by Colonel Archibald Fraser as a hunting lodge, it was then expanded by the Fraser family over the years, with work finishing in 1830. The house was said to be quite considerably haunted. Rumor has it that the house was built on the site of an old Scottish church, which had happened to burn down during a sermon, killing all inside. It’s also located just up the hill from a graveyard known for hauntings, and there’s a story about the head of the executed Lord Lovat being seen rolling around the floor inside of the house.”
Crowley fancied the house as being some kind of ‘esoteric Mecca’ for the purest mystical energy to reside, which made it a very powerful center for the realization of his intense black magick rituals.
As crazy as things got for Crowley, however, it was UFO researcher Ted Holiday who ran up against the darkest forces once he started pushing too many buttons during his Loch Ness investigation back in the seventies… and led to a subsequent run in with the Men in Black – all of which he “theorized to be black ops government men or even aliens, they constitute the darker side of the study of UFO phenomena.”
The most frightening thing happened to Mr. Holiday at one point while he was working on the case and I believe it’s an absolute indication that what we are dealing with in the water out at Loch Ness is not of this world… and comes to us from beyond.
“This strange encounter was the climax of several days of strangeness which began on Saturday, June 2nd in 1973 with a tense exorcism of the loch by the Reverend Donald Omand. This was followed on the Tuesday by a traumatic encounter at the home of his friends, the Carys. This involved poltergeist type phenomena as a tornado like effect swept through the garden accompanied by thudding like noises against the house. Meantime, Holiday saw “a pyramid shaped column of blackish smoke about eight feet high revolving in a frenzy” before it all ceased within 15 seconds.”
Bank manager Peter MacNab snapped a photo of something large moving through the water of the loch near Urquhart Castle in July 1955.
There is no way to deny the horrifying history of paranormal phenomena at Boleskine House near Loch Ness. I believe what Ted Holiday experienced after the Loch Ness exorcism is called “Archons”…
“They are especially tricky beings as they have the ability to slip in between dimensions within the lower levels, they can mimic and shape shift into other forms, therefore deceiving beings into accepting their influence. Healers working on various dimensions have reported that these beings can operate on several levels at once and are intelligent enough to pass from one to another, often undetected. Often when we are battling demonic often reptilian forces we are not only battling actual reptilian beings existing on the 4th dimension, but we are also battling against an archontic parasite which has possessed the Reptilian being and is influencing its mind and behavior. The Archons have created a distortion within the mind matrix of our galaxy and all beings operating in the lower levels within are under their influence to one degree or another, however some are more ‘genetically predisposed’ to being possessed by an archontic parasite than others. The Reptilian genetic makeup which creates a reptilian mind matrix is easily infiltrated by these archontic parasites. Many of the wars fought in our galaxy in past and present eons were first triggered and then nurtured into being by the Archontic mind predators.”
Holiday continues describing the Man in Black:
“It was a man dressed entirely in black. Unlike other walkers who sometimes pause along here to admire the Loch Ness panorama, this one had his back to the loch. He was staring at me fixedly as soon as I turned the story. Indeed, to all appearances he was waiting for me. We were about 30 yards apart, and for several seconds I just stared back wondering who the hell this was. Simultaneously, I felt a strong sensation of malevolence, cold and passionless… I walked forward warily, never taking my eyes off the figure. He was about six feet tall and appeared to be dressed in black leather or plastic. He wore a helmet and gloves and was masked, even to the nose, mouth and chin. The eyes were covered in goggles, but on closer approach, I could detect no eyes behind the lenses. The figure remained motionless as I approached except possibly for a slight stirring of the feet. It didn’t speak and I could hear no breathing. I drew level and hesitated slightly, uncertain what to do next, then walked past at a range of about a yard. I stopped a few feet beyond him and gazed at Loch Ness.”
But what if it all goes back much further than we ever imagined?
One Loch Ness researcher tracked down what is believed to be the oldest known document on record that actually makes mention of the beast of Loch Ness.
“…the earliest account of the monster was by Saint Columba sometime in the 6th century AD. The story itself has been repeated countless times in books, magazine and newspaper articles since the early days of Nessie fever.””
…is the oldest surviving copy of Adomnán of Iona’s Life of Columba, and undoubtedly its single most important witness. It was copied at Iona during (or shortly after) Adomnán’s lifetime, and is also a splendid example of early medieval insular bookmaking, having been colorfully described by E. A. Lowe as embodying the ‘pure milk of Irish calligraphy'”
Since 2012, the document has been hosted by the Virtual Carolignian Libraries of St. Gall and Reichenau (the former monasteries which held such documents).
The physical manuscript is today held by the Stadtbibliothek in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Studying the two most relevant pages that relate the tale of St. Columba and the monster, here is what the research discovered:
“They are located on pages 74 and 75 and the story begins with the red text at the bottom right of the first page with a reference to the “aquatilis bestiae” or water beast. If you then go over to the right hand column and look down to the fourth line you will see the words “fluvii” and “nesa” which refer to the River Ness. The account ends on the right hand column of the next page prior to the next red words. I won’t reproduce the entire Latin text but the english translation is below.”
OF THE DRIVING AWAY OF A CERTAIN WATER MONSTER BY THE VIRTUE OF THE PRAYER OF THE BLESSED MAN.
“At another time again, when the blessed man was staying for some days in the province of the Picts, he found it necessary to cross the river Ness ; and, when he came to the bank thereof, he sees some of the inhabitants burying a poor unfortunate little fellow, whom, as those who were burying him themselves reported, some water monster had a little before snatched at as he was swimming, and bitten with a most savage bite, and whose hapless corpse some men who came in a boat to give assistance, though too late, caught hold of by putting out hooks. The blessed man however, on hearing this, directs that some one of his companions shall swim out and bring to him the coble that is on the other bank, sailing it across.”
“…it is a bit awe inspiring to see such an ancient document from the Dark Ages make mention of Nessie, our favourite cryptid. One wonders how the monks who painstakingly created this manuscript would react if told the very creature they wrote of would still excite the imagination 1,300 years later.”
According to the Scotsman site:
“Crowley, aged just 25, bought Boleskine in 1899 after looking for the right location to carry out a series of rituals from the Book of Abramelin. It was a text central to Crowley’s new religion Thelema, which he believed would help him make contact. He reportedly required “a house in a more or less secluded situation” with a door that opened to the north from where the oratory could be delivered. From there, Crowley planned to banish the demons once they had been summoned to a terrace, which would be covered in ‘fine river dust’. It is said Crowley had to leave Boleskine on business before the full operation – which could take up to six months- was concluded, with the so-called demons left gathered at the loch-side home.”
An eerie history of violence at the estate haunts the location to this very day:
“One employee of the estate attempted to kill his wife and children, it was claimed in Crowley’s diary. His lodge keeper, Hugh Gillie, suddenly lost his two children in sudden, unexplained circumstances. A housemaid is said to have gone mad with a local butcher cutting off his hand while dealing with Crowley’s order. In 1960, the new owner of the property, Major Edward Grant, killed himself with a shotgun in the bedroom that had been used by Crowley for many of his satanic rituals.” goes, in the early 1970s, Jimmy Page owned an occult bookshop and publishing house, “The Equinox Booksellers and Publishers” in Kensington High Street, London.”
“It eventually closing it as the increasing success of Led Zeppelin resulted in his having insufficient time to devote to it. In “I’m With The Band,” Pamela Des Barres recalls one of the more interesting aspects of her relationship with Page: scouring Hollywood for rare occult literature to ship back to the Guitar God.”
“The infamous Boleskin House, (purchased by Page, formerly owned by Aleister Crowley) lies on the edge of Loch Ness in Scotland. Sections of Page’s fantasy sequence in the film The Song Remains the Same were filmed at night on the mountainside directly behind Boleskine House.”
Jimmy Page interview below, from Guitar World January 2008:
(Guitar World) Could we talk a little about the meaning behind your Sequence [in The Song Remains The Same movie]?
(Page) To me, the significance is very clear, isn’t it?
(GW) Well, I find it interesting that you were choosing to represent yourself as a hermit at a time when you were really quite a public figure.
(Page) Well, I was hermetic. I was involved in the hermetic arts, but I wasn’t a recluse. Or maybe I was… The image of the hermit that was used for the [inside cover] art-work on Led Zeppelin IV and in the movie actually has it’s origins in a painting of Christ called The Light of the World by the pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt. The imagery was later transferred to the Waite tarot deck [the most popular tarot deck in use in the English-speaking world]. My segment was supposed to be the aspirant going to the beacon of truth, which is represented by the hermit and his journey toward it. What I was trying to say through the transformation was that enlightenment can be achieved at any point in time; it just depends on when you want to access it. In other words you can always see the truth, but do you recognize it when you see it or do you have to reflect back on it later?
(GW) There was always a certain amount of speculation about your occult studies. It may have been subtle, but you weren’t really hiding it.
(Page) I was living it. That’s all there is to it. It was my life – that fusion of magick and music.
(GW) Your use of symbols was very advanced. The sigil [symbols of occult powers] on Led Zeppelin IV and the embroidery on your stage clothes from that time period are good examples on how you left your mark on popular culture. It’s something that major corporations are aggressively pursuing these days: using symbols as a form of branding.
(Page) You mean talismanic magick? Yes, I knew what I was doing. There’s no point in saying much about it, because the more you discuss it, the more eccentric you appear to be. But the fact is – as far as I was concerned – it was working, so I used it. But it’s really no different than people who wear ribbons around their wrists: it’s a talismanic approach to something. Well let me amend that: it’s not exactly the same thing, but it is in the same realm. I’ll leave this subject by saying the four musical elements of Led Zeppelin making a fifth is magick into itself. That’s the alchemical process.
Back in 2018, believe it or not, a girl took what experts on the Loch Ness consider to be the holy grail of photographs that captured Nessie on film:
“A young girl’s remarkable image of an odd anomaly at Loch Ness has been hailed by one researcher as the best Nessie photo in years.
According to a report out of Scotland, Charlotte Robinson captured the intriguing picture while vacationing with her family at the popular tourist location. Early in the evening on Friday, Charlotte was looking out at the loch and, to her amazement, spotted something quite strange. Around fifty feet from shore, she said, a dark oddity had suddenly emerged out of the water. This mysterious denizen of the loch seemed to sport a neck and head that was in “the shape of a hook.” Fortunately, the stunned youngster had the wherewithal to grab her cell phone and snap a picture of the strange scene before the potential creature went back underwater. The encounter continued about a minute later when the ‘monster’ appeared again a short distance away from where Charlotte had initially seen it. While her mother was skeptical when told by Charlotte that she had taken a picture of Nessie, her opinion quickly changed upon seeing the intriguing image. “I couldn’t believe it,” she marveled, “something’s there.” The astonished mom was not the only one impressed by the image as veteran Nessie hunter Steve Feltham also raved about the photo. “I am totally excited by this photograph.””
Jimmy Page has tried to play down the time he spent at Boleskine house, much like he works hard to scrub the record of his ties to racism in music. Recently, Mr. Page and his band’s record label pulled down a music recording from my worldwide acclaimed site’s YouTube channel that featured his guitar playing. The song is called “It’s So Hard To Be A Nigger” and it was recorded for another artist’s album named P.J. Proby I learned.
Just like in the ongoing PIZZAGATE scandal of abuse against kids, there are powerful elites doing everything they can to cover up the truth I learned while doing a nearly 2 year long independent investigation into the matter that most still call a hoax.
Did you know that Neon Nettle site pulled down a 2017 story that featured my work? I found the archived version, so fans can learn more background on the matter.— Randy Rocket Cody (@rocketmetalden) September 2, 2018
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“Three Week Hero is an album Recorded September 1968 at Olympic Studios, London, released by rock singer P. J. Proby on 8 April 1969, by Liberty Records. The album contains a mixture of dramatic pop, blues, rock, and country style songs, a departure from Proby’s trademark pop sound of the 1960s.”
Jimmy Page & Led Zeppelin just took down my rare "It's So Hard To Be A N***** / Jim's Blues / George Wallace Is Rollin' In This Mornin'" medley (recording) He's just mad about the upcoming Loch Ness report! 😂Here's mirror: https://t.co/IHjWMro5uG @ledzeppelin @TheMetalDen pic.twitter.com/ompy0oTdNH— Randy Rocket Cody (@rocketmetalden) April 17, 2019
Strangely, a massive fire gutted Boleskine House at one point after Mr. Page lived there, and is said to have been conducting powerful black magick rituals.
Fire Breaks Out at House That Was Owned by Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley
“Firefighters were called to put out a fire at the Boleskine House, a home formerly owned by the likes of Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and English writer Aleister Crowley.” Source: The Epoch Times
Only a few days ago, the BBC ran a report stating the evil location was now up for sale.
Led Zeppelin curse site notes the strange similarity between Boleskine and the recent fire set at a legendary church that held the “Crown of Thorns” worn by Jesus Christ when he was crucified on the cross.
“The Notre Dame fire has sparked online chatter about occult connections. It occurred on 15 April and occult symbol Boleskine House (also destroyed by fire) went up for sale on the same day. Is there a strange connection? Also; 15 is the Devil Tarot card.”
“Interesting developments in Led Zep world…Jason Bonham bizarrely divulges that Jimmy Page introduced him to cocaine at age 16, and now Boleskine House is up for sale.”
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To make the matter worse, the son of late LED ZEPPELIN drummer went on Howard Stern radio show to confess the horrible sin that was committed. Though yesterday he suddenly made a retraction seemingly to appease the irked Mr. Page.
“I was 16 at this point, and there was a woman on the floor with a collar on, meowing, and he had this grinder thing and he turned it over and he went, ‘Here you go,’ and I went, ‘Thanks.’ He’s like, ‘You’ve done this before, right?'” – Jason Bonham
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