Sorry if already posted
http://www.ezekielcode.com/ashteaser.html an upcoming book about the fate of Crowley's ashes
There's also a video about the book but no picture that I can copy
I think this is rather more a work of fiction, rather than a factual or true account:
The novelization of the above factual information will carry the reader through a series of the most curious (and sometimes unsettling) events spanning the years from Crowley's death and subsequent cremation in 1947, to the 90s and the coming of age (and eventual stardom) of a heavy-metal rocker named Rodney Duckworth, and onward to the present day where Brian Kane, a gritty, street-worn Seattle Police Detective, reluctantly teams up with Rowena Ravenwood, an attractive (and oddly talented) FBI Special Agent, to figure out why good, God-fearing preachers in their fair city are keeling over like flies. And what are those strange symbols tatooed on the deceased bodies of these happless victims?
that's exactly what THEY want you to think!!!! 😈
The topic title is exceptionally descriptive. Bravo
I see spelling is defunct still. 'Tatooed', 'happless', 'heroine-addicted' - I suppose that last one might be deliberate. Can we have the lead back in petrol and paint please - taking it out doesn't seem to have done any good.
"The novel is in progress and should be available soon."
Also, re: the title of this thread, please use the search feature in the future to help you determine if something has already been posted. It saves the moderators some time and effort.
Actually, here is a link written by Grady McMurty that provides what probably happened to Crowley’s ashes. This was from Jerry Cornelius’ website.
If this account is accurate, then Crowley should have probably left this in the possession of Gerald Yorke. It appears Gerald took care of everything perfectly. I have to thank him for having a copy of Mathers’ Grimoire of Armadel. It might not have ever been published if he had not acquired it.
I certainly have no plans of reading works of fiction about Crowley; they will only create more illusions.