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    Crowley responsible for the Curse of King Tut!

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    Re: Crowley responsible for the Curse of King Tut!

    Good ol' Unkle Al, at it again!
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    Re: Crowley responsible for the Curse of King Tut!

    Oh I know, I couldn't believe it... mind you, he'd have been ever so pleased, wouldn't he?
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    Phantom Turnips never die.... they just get stewed occasionally....

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    Re: Crowley responsible for the Curse of King Tut!

    Mind you, if there had been *any* official suspicion when this actually happened, he'd have been lynched. Interesting how, when Crowley admired such sciences in his day (and in fact wouldn't have had his connection to his gods without it,) that he'd allegedly get resentful.

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