This video from Britain says about itself:
1 July 2011
From the Sydney Morning Herald in Australia:
December 10, 2013 – 8:22PM
Led Zeppelin became famous for it. So too did AC/DC, and apparently even Jay-Z.
It’s called “Satanic backmasking” – the embedding of secret messages into music lyrics.
Now it seems that something similar is going on in the kids’ pages of Rupert Murdoch‘s Sunday Telegraph.
Eagle-eyed readers of last weekend’s newspaper may have spotted an unusual assemblage of letters in Harry the Dog’s regular word puzzle.
But on line three are the letters: LIVESIHCODRUM, or, written backwards, MURDOCHISEVIL.
As Satanic messages go, it certainly has a ring of truth about it.
So was it a mistake? A coincidence? Is a “LIVESIHCODRUM” a new Indonesian species? Or was Harry the Dog trying to tell us something?
This reminds me of Marshal Petain, military dictator of France and ally of Hitler during the German nazi occupation. A French newspaper then spelled the marshal ‘s name as “Putain”, whore. A typo? Or “trying to tell us something”, like maybe about Rupert Murdoch now?
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