So, did Jimmy Page Invited Robbie Williams For Black Magick? According to the Daily Mail, the argument between the 75 years old guitarist, Jimmy Page, and the 45 years old singer Led Zeppelin and a self-styled entertainer Robbie Williams is one of the most prolonged disputes of their time which could not be resolved until today.
Though the issues were not very complicated still they are as hot as the issue of Brexit. In fact, Page is adamant to stop the extension of work of Williams. In fact, both of these entertainers are next door neighbors in West London as they have vast houses near to each other.
Though the house of Williams worth a whopping 17.5 million pounds has 46 rooms he considers it very small. He wanted to add a car park, a 30 feet swimming pool, a gym, a recording studio and an underground sports complex of 3,600 sq ft to it.
While stopping him strongly Page is of the view that his house, an I-listed Victorian-era house designed by William Burges, will get irreparable damages due to the vibrations of construction work. For this reason, he was contesting the building application of Williams at every step. Until now there is no hope of the resolution to this five years-long dispute. It will last longer than WWII by this time next year.
Currently, Williams was permitted to use spades instead of mechanical diggers when he applied for permissions. Both of them send representatives to negotiate things like the monarchs of the medieval era. Their narrators narrate the events in different versions.
At present, Williams is being accused by Page for refusing his invitation to visit him. The narrator of Page said this weekend that they were waiting for having a cup of tea with him. Jimmy wanted to meet Robbie to establish friendship but it was disappointing when he rejected the offer. The reason for refusing a round of friendly chat was still confusing them. The team of Williams argued that he was planning for citizenship in Las Vegas. However, it seems that Robbie is scared of the deal next door due to these reasons. Jimmy Page is also known for his passion for black magic. At the tender age of 15, he read a book Magick In Theory And Practise, written by Aleister Crowley, according to the biographer of Page.
Page is also known among the world’s serious collectors of memorable articles of Crowley. He owned Equinox, an occult bookshop, named after the magazine edited by Crowley in the seventies. He has hats, books, canes, and paintings of Crowley in his collection. Recently he has owned the old house of Crowley on Loch Ness’s shores.
According to the reports submitted by a friend who stayed there in the seventies, strange sounds of a bouncing heavy ball were experienced in the night. The locals informed him, in the morning, about the existence of the head of Lord Lovat, beheaded nearly 223 years back in the Tower of London. The night was most terrifying for the same guest when the banging, snorting and snuffling sounds of a wild animal, from out of his bedroom door, woke him up. He reported that it was really evil whatever it was. Considering all these things, no one can blame Williams for avoiding a cup of tea and fire-side chat with Jimmy page.
Williams can also be scared of the terrors of the other world. Once he bought a country house in Wiltshire area known for crop circles for 7 million pounds. He strongly believed in UFOs and ghosts. Two years ago he informed about seeing some strange things like a UFO exactly over him which he hit with a tennis ball. Can I advise Mr. Page in a few friendly words? You will not see even the dust of Williams if you dance crazily around his garden, draped in a white sheet and a few rattling chains.