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The Wizard of Top Of The Pops

by 5ocietyx

Jimmy Savile in wizard's gown

Jimmy Savile in wizard’s gown

Paul Hardcastle redid the Top Of The Pops theme tune in 1986. Although it is an instrumental piece of synth-pop electronica it features a sample of a creepy voice (The Wizard) saying scary things and issuing forth spine-chilling hexes.

We’ve not as yet found the ‘lyrics’ on the interwebz so have been unable to decipher a couple of utterances by ‘The Wizard’ so if anyone can work it out please let us know in the comments section below and we will update the post. Youtube video.

The Wizard by Paul Hardcastle

What does that say? The Wizard?

Sinister laughter

Darkness and Light I bid thee collide
Today, tonight, where ——- have died

Rekindle these spirits awaken by 10 ——-
Emerge from his cauldron alive again

Sinister laughter

Now buy this rotating plastic demon or I will curse thee till the end of time

The video also has a ‘Matrix’ theme to it 13 years before the film ‘The Matrix’ was released.

Jimmy Savile hosting TOTP

Jimmy Savile hosting TOTP

Jimmy Savile hosting the final TOTP

Hidden Hand of The Wizard: Jimmy Savile hosting the final TOTP

Related post: Jimmy Savile: Illuminati Wizard?

Hang the DJ

by 5ocietyx

Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile

Panic on the streets of London
Panic on the streets of Birmingham
I wonder to myself
Could life ever be sane again ?
The Leeds side-streets that you slip down
I wonder to myself
Hopes may rise on the Grasmere
But Honey Pie, you’re not safe here
So you run down
To the safety of the town
But there’s Panic on the streets of Carlisle
Dublin, Dundee, Humberside
I wonder to myself

Burn down the disco
Hang the blessed DJ
Because the music that they constantly play
IT SAYS NOTHING TO ME ABOUT MY LIFE
Hang the blessed DJ
Because the music they constantly play

On the Leeds side-streets that you slip down
Provincial towns you jog ’round

Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ

Panic, by The Smiths

Note in the video children join the chorus.

With Savile well protected by the establishment it appears that writers, comedians and musicians were left to hint (sometimes not so subtly) towards the truth through their work.

Glaswegian comedian and master magician Jerry Sadowitz was an exception and outed Savile as a paedophile 25 years ago. He was subsequently blacklisted. Another exception was Britain’s resident nutter David Icke who outed Savile as a paedophile, necrophiliac and procurer of children for the elites in his 1998 Magnum Opus ‘The Biggest Secret’.

Jerry Sadowitz

Jerry Sadowitz

Chris Morris Savile

Chris Morris’s fake news report that Savile was dead in 1994. So this was the third time he ‘died’ then.

Chris Morris did a sketch on his comedy show in 1994 of a fake news bulletin that announced Savile was dead and the people at Stoke Mandeville not only were not sorry at his passing but were disappointed he did not suffer ‘a great deal more’. See clip here. Morris didn’t work for the BBC much after that.

Twitter was a-buzz recently with the suggestion that the necrophiliac, paedophile Freddy Royle character in Irvine Welsh’s book ‘Ecstasy’ was based on Savile. Welsh has yet to confirm this.

Best-selling crime novelist Val McDermid has however admitted that she based her character Jacko Vance in ‘The Wire in the Blood’ on Savile after an uneasy meeting with him in 1977.

More recently Danny Boyle, who worked with Welsh on ‘Trainspotting’, featured Voldemort and the Child Catcher as well as terrified sick children in NHS beds in the Olympic opening ceremonies. Many people saw the event as a NWO mega-ritual but another way of looking at it was an exposure of the hidden aspect of British social history so a healing process could begin. The closing ceremony was basically a concise history of pop music which Savile pioneered and even featured the Top of the Pops riff.

Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile: There’s that sign again that Frank Bruno used when imitating Savile at his funeral

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/did-irvine-welsh-model-ecstasy-necrophiliac-on-jimmy-savile-8224934.html
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/i-based-psycho-on-jimmy-savile-says-1403727
http://www.lyricsfreak.com/s/smiths/panic_10217992.html

The Mysterious Mr. Zedzed: The Wickedest Man in the World

by 5ocietyx

Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff was an arms dealer and super-salesman for Vickers (BAE Systems) and at one point was considered the richest man in the world.

Parallels with Sir James Savile include pimping, dubious award of knighthood, international espionage,  arsonist, scandalous reputation,  charitable benefactors, intimate of royalty, confidant of kings and eminence grise who worked behind the scenes influencing governments for nefarious purposes. They both liked to flaunt their honours on their chests. Both men since their deaths have been accused of numerous crimes ranging from starting the first world war to being the Yorkshire ripper. Both men were fond of bragging about their wealth and power.

Zaharoff went to great lengths to destroy all traces of his life which culminated in him burning 58 years of diaries and documents in his Paris mansion. Savile famously shunned using the internet to ensure no digital footprint was left of any online activities.

This is not to suggest they were one and the same entity not least because Savile was born in 1926 and Zaharoff died in 1936, just that there were many similarities between the two. Some researchers are linking paedophile rings and the subsequent blackmail of politicians with the modern day arms industry.

Click here for the full disturbing history of the mysterious Basil Zaharoff or as much as could be ascertained bearing in mind the destruction of most traces of his personal life.

Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Jimmy Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Jimmy Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Savile the Spy

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