On my copy of Zeppelin III (which I'm certain is an earlier pressing) says "So Mote Be It" on both sides. The phrase basically means, "so may it be". There's some strangness to the phrase, being as it was/is used by Free Masons and Rosicrutians as a form of "amen".
Apparently, a combination of "Do What Thou Wilt" and "So Mote Be It" can be found on early pressings. Sometimes just one phrase or the other can be found on both sides(like mine), or one phrase on side A and one on side B. From what I understand, it's all a big cluster-fuck, but interesting nonetheless.
On another note: my brother's girlfriend and possibly my brother(I can't remember whether or not he was there when this occurred), saw a strange creature at her mother's house a couple years ago. The house is located near a large lake and there is a lot of undeveloped and forested land near this location. So, there is a chance this thing could hide out.
Supposedly, what she saw could be compared to the Beast of Bray Road, or some type of dogman. From what I remember her telling me, it was in the range of 7 feet tall, broad at the shoulders and super dark in color. She saw it late at night, but could tell that something wasn't right about it. It definitely wasn't a man, she said. I'm going to try and get her to let me record her account and send it in.