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RANDY RHOADS, Lord Lucifer & The Hidden Hand






RANDY RHOADS, Lord Lucifer & The Hidden Hand

(Part 1 of a 3 part report)

By Randy “Rocket” Cody

Late great OZZY lead guitarist, Randy Rhoads, hated playing BLACK SABBATH songs.

He also hated fame and playing lead guitar in a heavy metal band. Randy wanted to be a classical virtuoso, and was taking classes while out on tour during the final year of his life, performing to sold out arena crowds in the evening.

Randy Rhoads never wanted to play in Ozzy’s band. It was his mother, “Dee”, who did.

She told her son to do it. That it would be silly not to. So essentially she signed her
son over to the evil cabal that sanctioned the young guitar wizard’s death on March 19, 1982.

Sure, Randy experienced meteoric success within the short period of time he was in Ozzy’s band and cutting those two ...

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Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?






Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?

By Randy “Rocket” Cody

(Part 3 of a 3 part report)

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”

― Aleister Crowley, The Book of the Law

What is the Spring Equinox?

The seasons will change as planet earth continues its journey throughout space and time. Rituals at the Spring Equinox honour balance between light and dark.

Some teachings of esoteric wisdom say that during this time the veil between the physical world and other worlds opens. They say this is a good time for meditation, prayers, rituals and… oh yeah, sacrificial offerings to Lucifer.

It occurs twice each year, around the 19th to 21st in March and 19th to 21st in September.

In my opinion the CIA infiltrated coven lured Randy to his death I believe by using t...

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Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?






Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?

By Randy “Rocket” Cody

(Part 2 of a 3 part report)

“In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:” — 2nd Thessalonians 1:8

My research has informed that musicians and actors are groomed for Mk Ultra mind control at a young age, some before they learn to walk.

Both parents would be MK’d. A cult member isn’t going to marry a non-cult member.

Randy Rhoads’ last show was played on Thursday March 18, 1982 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee. On March 19, 1982, the band was headed to a festival in Orlando, Florida.

Heavy Metal rocker and purported Satanist, Ozzy Osbourne, has literally featured ‘Pan’ on all of his recent album covers (2000, 20...

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Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?






Was Legendary OZZY Guitarist Randy Rhoads Sacrificed?

By Randy “Rocket” Cody

(Part 1 of a 3 part report)

Late guitar wizard Randy Rhoads’ last show was played on Thursday March 18, 1982 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee. On March 19, 1982, the band was headed to a festival in Orlando, Florida.

I learned Randy died during an important sacrifice period, the vernal equinox.

If someone who you suspect is tied to the occult and dies on the 19-22 of March, there’s a strong chance they were sacrificed. The changing of the seasons are very important holidays in the occult.

Looking closer, it appears Ozzy is a victim of MK Ultra himself, sadly. For after careful examination of all the evidence, reports, witness statements, etc...

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OZZY – “You Said It All” Live (Featuring Randy Rhoads)





TMD shares an enhanced live recording of the song “You Said It All” by OZZY from the legendary Blizzard of Ozz tour (First Leg). As the story goes, Jet Records wanted a new song to release as a single. Rhoads, Daisley, and Kerslake quickly put together the song “You Said It All”, with drummer Kerslake performing the vocals at soundcheck while a drunken Osbourne slept under the drum riser. The plans to release “You Said It All” as a single were later scrapped for unknown reasons. The track was never recorded and this is the only known performance of the song. The audio comes from an OZZY concert at Gaumont Theatre, Southampton, England on October 2nd, 1980.


Listen to the historic NEWLY ENHANCED recording below!


(The group was originally named ‘The Blizzard of Ozz’ before management d...

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RANDY RHOADS Speaks: 1981 Interview (AUDIO)



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TMD shares rare audio of late great OZZY OSBOURNE lead guitarist RANDY RHOADS being interviewed by John Stix on August 14th, 1981. The guitar legend covers a lot of ground in this fascinating, in-depth Q&A. Despite losing his life in a plane joy ride gone wrong on March 19th, 1982, Randy’s memory and legendary fret blazing continues to inspire millions all around the world. Listen below! Check out some excerpts from the discussion below

STIX: Where did you get your licks from?

RANDY: From playing.

STIX: Before teaching, You must know what you are about to teach.

RANDY: I’ll tell you something, I learned more than ever by teaching. They come up with progressions and ask what kind of lead could I hear. I’d have to keep reverting to the scale...

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RANDY RHOADS – Died In A Plane Crash 35 Years Ago Today





Today marks three and a half decades since the rock music world lost one of its greatest talents ever, Randy Rhoads, lead guitarist for OZZY OSBOURNE band. The six string virtuoso was killed along with the band’s hairstylist and the pilot of the plane, after going for a joyride that buzzed Ozzy’s tour bus a couple times for fun, while on an off day from touring in Leesburg, Florida. Randy was only 25 years old when his life came to an end. For fans who loved him, he has been gone now for what seems like an eternity. What made Randy so special, beyond his greatness in music, is that he was the most down to earth, easy going person you could ever meet according to his family & friends. He was and is to this very day beloved by millions of fans from all over the world...

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RANDY RHOADS – Would Have Turned 59 Today!


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Late great guitar wizard Randy Rhoads (Ozzy, Quiet Riot) would have turned 59 years old today. Undoubtedly, the moment after he was killed in a tragic plane crash on March 19, 1982, Randy became a rock music legend. His riffs and uncanny soloing impacted the heavy metal world in such an epic manner that many critics indeed argue that Randy Rhoads at 25 years old was the greatest rock n roll guitarist that ever lived. He possessed a deep musical education and was worlds ahead of his contemporaries in the ultimate language of the guitar and execution of it, not to mention Randy taught hundreds of kids thanks to the influence his mother Delores had on him, for she herself operated the Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, California (until her death in 2015)...

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RANDY RHOADS – Died In A Plane Crash 33 Years Ago


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Legendary OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist, Randy Rhoads, at only 25 years of age, lost his life on this date thirty three years ago in a plane crash, along with the hairdresser and bus driver for the Ozzy band. It remains one of the darkest days in rock music history. Randy’s incredible talent on the six strings – still to this very point in time – is a powerful influence for young players picking up their first guitar.

There will never be another Randy Rhoads. Dimebag even checks in with some audio during the latest episode of THE ROCKET REPORT to back up the fact that many believe Rhoads is the greatest rock guitarist of them all. Are you ready to get rocking with the master of heavy metal guitar?

Check out TMD’s epic Rhoads tribute via THE ROCKET REPORT HERE!

http://www.randyrhoads.us

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RANDY RHOADS – A Message From The Rhoads Family


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Den Headz, for the coming 33rd anniversary of RANDY RHOADS tragic death due to a plane crash on March 19, 1982, the Rhoads family has shared a wonderful photo from ‘The Rhoads Family Archives’, along with a message from Kathy & Kelle. If you re-post the picture (seen above) please be respectful by keeping the watermark VISIBLE & INTACT.

“Three decades after Randy’s passing; it’s interesting to try and speculate what he would think of the attention he continues to receive. With two records of internationally acclaimed musicians “Immortal Randy Rhoads” and “Randy Rhoads Remembered”, and a North American tour planned for summer 2015; he remains in the public consciousness.

Then, there are the legions of his fans that continue to sing his praises and influence future fans a...

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