007 and 666: A True Tale of Spies and Sorcery

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LAShTAL.COM is proud to publish a lengthy article by Micah A Hanks regarding Ian Fleming and Aleister Crowley, 007 and 666: A True Tale of Spies and Sorcery

This fascinating essay – reproduced by kind permission of the author -covers similar ground to the research by Richard Spence as presented in Secret Agent 666.

Micah describes the article in Nick Redfern’s “Strangest Secrets” blog as: “A while back, I had begun working on an article that dealt with some of the more extraordinary (and in some cases, even paranormal) aspects of James Bond creator Ian Fleming’s career with British Intelligence Services during World War II. As most who have read the novels or studied James Bond’s history otherwise may know, many of Fleming’s experiences in real life later inspired the adventures of the world’s most famous secret agent. The article, however, was never published; therefore, I felt it was perhaps a good time, along with the release of Quantum of Solace in theaters, to present for the first time my original tribute to the 007’s classy creator. As the name implies, 007 and 666: A True Tale of Spies and Sorcery, is indeed based on real events that lead to the capture of the infamous Nazi Rudolph Hess. With a cast of characters that includes Maxwell Knight (then Fleming’s superior officer in MI5), the notorious Aleister Crowley, and Fleming himself, it is by far one of the oddest tales ever to stem from the annals of history.”

To read the article in full, click on “Articles And Essays” in the Main Menu. The article is in the “Background” section. Or go direct to the article here: http://www.lashtal.com/nuke/module-subjects-viewpage-pageid-148.phtml

“007 and 666” was originally published at: http://gralienreport.com/

Nick Redfern’s blog can be found at: http://thestrangestsecrets.blogspot.com/

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