Why yes, this IS strip number 666, I thought you'd never ask! ;)
Truth be told, I probably never would've heard of Aleister Crowley (who was indeed called the "Antichrist" and "The Great Beast 666" by some) if it weren't for that kickass song by Ozzy.
TRANSCRIPTION COURTESY OF JOSEPH HOUK - [1946; a "Questionnaire for Mr. Crowley"]
- What went
down in your head?
- Did you talk to the dead?
fooled all the people with magic. You waited on Satan's
call. Did you think you were pure?
- Would you ride my
white horse (it's symbolic, of course)?
- I hear that
maiden's call. Was it polemically sent? I want to know what
[An older gentleman is reading these words
with some level of confusion] (Aleister Crowley, the noted
Thelemist) "My word, these are some very strange
questions." (MG) "They didn't come from me, Mister
Crowley. They're actually from some crazy fellow by the
name of John Michael Osbourne." [aka "Ozzy"; BG is in
the background reading Crowley's "The Book of Lies"
while one of Crowley's famed sayings, "DO WHAT THOU
WILT" is on a shelf in the background]