Led Zeppelin Symbols and Meaning
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The symbol of the plant, which is the pen with a circle around it, is the feather of Ma’at, who was an Egyptian goddess of justice and fairness. Plant said the symbol was derived from the sacred symbols of the ancient Mu civilization, which existed more than 14,000 years ago. It is said that the remnants of civilization are the primitive statues of Easter Island.
John Paul Jones
The symbol of John Paul Jones was seen on the cover of a book about the Rosicrucians. The Rosicrucians were a religious cult that believed that its members possessed a secret wisdom that was transmitted to them from ancient times. The symbol can symbolize that John Paul Jones is a self-confident person and this was seen as the best way to describe him.
Perhaps the most famous and controversial of them all is Jimmy Page’s logo, Zoso. The symbol has no real meaning and has confused fans around the world for some time. While there is no definite meaning behind the symbol, there are, of course, some theories. The first theory is that the symbol represents a near-death experience to unify the living and the dead and reveal the secrets of the universe.
Another theory was found in the book “The Collected Works, Volume 1” by Aleister Crowley when a symbol was found that closely resembled the logo on one of the pages. Jimmy Page never explained the symbol and the only one who told it was Robert Plant, who later forgot the meaning. The closest page to which the meaning was said was during a 1994 interview with Page and Plant, where a member of the audience shouted: “What is your symbol means Jimmy?” There was a lot of confusion in what was being said, so Page gave no explanation and the world was still. He stopped asking me what the meaning was.
The symbol of John Bonham is another symbol that confuses many and has several theories. The first and most reliable theory is that the symbol represents the relationship between a man, a woman and a child. This was confirmed by John’s son, Jason Bonham, which makes the theory more likely.
Another theory is that, although John Bonham would take a drink, he would make rings intertwined with the water that dripped from the bottle. It has also been suggested that Bonham also liked the way the symbol looked like a drum set. Robert Plant noticed that the symbol was the emblem of Ballantine beer.