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- Wojtek Tauber
Starting at the end, Chief Petty Officer Tauber (1915–1951) died in service for the Royal Navy during an arctic expedition to the Ayles Ice Shelf. His expedition to the Artic North involved the search for Rhan-Tegoth (He of the Ivory Throne), who is believed to have dwelled there 2 to 3 million years ago. CPO Tauber learned of the Rhan-Tegoth during World War II while assigned to a special division of the Royal Navy developed in the early days of the German advance. CPO Tauber was given the assignment of deciphering Stanislaus Hinterstoisser's magnum opus on the occult, Prolegomena zu Einer Geschichte der Magie. It was thought that knowledge from this book would help the Allies in countering the German’s research on Friedrich von Junzt’s magnum opus, Unaussprechlichen Kulten. Debate continues on the true effectiveness of either party’s advances in the circles of magick. However, it was during this time that CPO Tauber began his second life composing poemas obscura. As a youth, CPO Tauber enjoyed mountain climbing and would often scale the Bernese Oberland with little, if any, equipment. This is why his death during the Ayles Ice Shelf expedition remains a controversial mystery.