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What does the “J” actually stand for in Crowley’s name? All original content, including the artwork, is the property of the Good Omens Lexicon and its contributors, and may not be reproduced without permission. One of Crowley‘s hobbies is, rather unexpectedly for a demon, gardening. Hell Aziraphale, Angel of the Eastern Gate in Eden, also happens to be Crowley’s oldest (and only) friend… and enemy. Identifying plants has got easier than ever with PictureThis! He's the snake that tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, naturally. Simply take or upload a photo of any plant, and get instantaneous and accurate plant ID results with our revolutionary artificial intelligence technology. 10,000+ species in our searchable database. Identify 99% common species.

Dean schools Crowley about the meaning of family - its not whether they are a blood relative or not, but how they treat you that matters. Both of them seem to have a fondness for Classical music and therefore keep it on hand, although imprisonment in the Bentley is very often the cause of a good Tchaikovsky tape gone bad (52).The summary in the dust jacket has, for once, got it right in describing Crowley as “Hell’s most approachable demon.”DISCLAIMER: All material related to Good Omens is the property of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. The Good Omens Lexicon is a non-profit, fan-run site and has no affiliation with the authors or publishers. Discover our menu and order delivery or pick up from a Burger King near you. Crowley’s soft spot is for his car: he may be evil but he’s not incapable of love, and he has plenty of it for his 1933 Bentley. He then takes the plant out of the flat, and brings home “a large, empty flower pot” which he “leave[s] somewhere conspicuously around the flat”.

Let the learning begin with our super rich content. Because of this, his plants are “the most luxurious, verdant, and beautiful in London” (241), but “also the most terrified”.The plants are only referred to as “houseplants” (240), with the exception of one “luxuriant rubber plant” (244).Crowley’s treatment of his houseplants is fitting with his image as a ruthless demon, but may also have deeper roots (no pun intended) in Crowley’s psychological make-up. He has several plants in his London flat, which are “huge and green and glorious, with shiny, healthy, lustrous leaves” (240).They are “the only things in the flat [he] devote[s] any personal attention to”. The next time we see Crowley, he’s in human — or Crowley’s home life, such as it is, involves owning In the matter of Crowley’s demonic achievements on earth, only one thing is entirely certain: he doesn’t have the stomach for the sort of cruelties that, say, Duke Hastur is capable of (arson at Tadfield Manor [22]), or, more significantly, that humans are capable of (the Spanish Inquisition, the atrocities of which were enough to drive Crowley to drink for a week straight [19]). Accuracy rate of 95% . Dining at the Ritz is a frequent and favorite activity for this unlikely pair (26), as is keeping the back room of In addition, Crowley’s love of gadgets seems at least partly tied to his need to keep in touch with Aziraphale.

He also talks to his plants — something he heard about “in the early seventies, on Radio Four” and thought to be “an excellent idea” — although he does not so much talk to his plants as he “put[s] the fear of God into them”; or “more precisely, the fear of Crowley”.Every once in a while, Crowley picks a plant that is not growing too well and carries it around the flat to the other plants, telling them “‘Say goodbye to your friend. If what Crawly — the serpent in Eden at his first appearance above, who later changes his name to Crowley because Crawly, he decides, “[is] not Just as Crowley chooses to shed his old name, he also chooses to shed his old skin.