The riddle was discovered in the old diary of the now deceased Michael J. Moorehouse whose obsession with the notorious occultist, Aleister Crowley – not to mention his obsession with solving this riddle – is what ultimately led to his unfortunate demise. If you don't know what you're doing when it comes to matters of magick, you may find yourself at the mercy of powers beyond your control. Do you still want to know the key to this riddle? You'll find it in Ash: Return Of The Beast. Just don't say I didn't warn you.
He read the words of the riddle over and over until his eyes grew tired. The night was descending heavily and he was unable to bear the weight of it much longer. He soon gave in to a deep sleep right there in the lap of the old Moorehouse chair that seemed to caress him, protecting him, rocking him, mothering him like some ancient benevolent keeper of precious souls. (Excerpt from Ash: Return Of The Beast • Kindle, $3.99 • http://bit.ly/JTsN2s
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