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I heard this on the radio recently and haven't heard it in awhile; it got stuck in my head as songs are wont to do.

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At last the arm is straight, the hand to the loom=The Son of man foretelling the painful way He would die on the cross in fruition of his mission. =Humanity must choose whether to believe or not to believe in the Son of Man's message of Salvation for all through repentance.

Chorus: All of my love, all of my love, All of my love to you.

Within the glow that weaves a cloak of delight=As a backdrop to God's eternal promise of Love, the prophets speak of My arrival There moves a thread that has no end=My eternal message of hope and redemption will live throughout humanity.

For many hours and days that pass ever soon=The great anticipation of the arrival of the Son of Man was heralded by all the prophets before Me the tides have caused the flame to dim=The forces of evil attempt to drown the message of Love and Salvation in the hearts of men.

The feather bears a similarity to the feather of justice used by the Goddess of Truth, Ma'at, to balance against the souls of men, and is also likely to signify transcendence.

The circle stands for completion and wholeness."So for me, the feather metaphor makes perfect sense if the above is accurate; after all, name one thing more transcendent than death? The poetic lyrics are simply about Robert Plant's struggle to move on in life after the sudden and shocking death of his son Karac while the band was on tour.

The sigil itself points to the link between the planet Saturn and Page's Zodiac sign, Capricorn.

The "Z" is a commonly used symbol for the planet and the "oso" stands for the element of mercury, also associated with Saturn.

The book is The Element Encyclopedia of Secret Signs and Symbols by Adele Nozedar, copyright 2008, published by Harper Collins Publishers for Barnes and Nobles, Inc., pages 262-263.

(Sorry if I offend any grammar Nazis, but I graduated college a long time ago and am rusty on the footnote format). Page, renowned for his interest in occult matters in general and Crowleyana in particular, has never spoken publicly about the component elements of his own symbol, but it is believed to have originated in an old alchemical grimoire dating back to the sixteenth century.

When the album started with "In the Evening" I thought Zeppelin was back but the remaining songs were so sad and dreary that I was very disappointed and still place it as their worse piece of work to this day.

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