By Tony Sokol

The Former High Priestess of all paths left hand announces sequel to classic recording.

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Zeena

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BERLIN, Germany, July 15, 2015 /Daily Offbeat/ — Graverobbers stole the head of acclaimed silent film director F.W. Murnau, who helmed the seminal vampire classic movie “Nosferatu” in 1922. The film’s Count Orlok was retooled in the 1990s as the emcee of New York City’s Vampyr Theatre.

Reports say the crime may have been occult-related. The German film director died 85 years ago. German website Bild reported that wax residue was found at the site.

Murnau also directed the films “Sunrise,” “Faust,” and “The Last Laugh.”

In the wake of the incident, the official Zeena Schreck Page announced on its Facebook page that Zeena Schreck will release the sequel to Radio Werewolf’s mystical, musical piece “Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera,” “Bring Me The Head of F.W. Murneau.”

“Inspired by the recent news story: ‘THE HEAD OF NOSFERATU DIRECTOR F.W. MURNAU STOLEN FROM HIS GRAVE IN BERLIN,’ Frau Schreck will issue a limited edition vinyl single, musically reflecting the theme and implications of this unusual occurrence,” reads the announcement on Facebook.

“Estimated release will be in time for X-mas 2015. News of its release will be posted to Zeena’s blog.”

Zeena was co-director, composer, musician, lyricist, singer, artist and art director of Radio Werewolf between 1988-1993. All of the musical unit’s recordings on Zeena’s discography bear her artwork and art direction, including the Radio Werewolf/Werewolf Order logo.

“Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera! A Benediction in Four Movements,” composed and performed by Zeena and Nikolas Schreck. It was released shortly after Geraldo Rivera’s famous 1988 two-hour exposé on Satanism. The show, called ”Devil Worship: Exposing Satan’s Underground,” emphasized ritualistic brutality. Zeena and Nikols Schreck were guests.

The title “Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera,” was a play on “Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia,” the 1974 American cult action film directed by Sam Peckinpah. The benediction, which was separated into four movements, had guest vocals by Riff Raff Rackus.

The daughter of Anton LaVey, Zeena was the High Priestess of the Church of Satan and the Temple of Set and was the Female Alpha of The Werewolf Order. She held the highest possible leadership positions in three of the most notorious occult orders of modern times, an unprecedented status that has never been matched by another occult figure. Zeena rejected western occultism in 1990 and focused on the mystical practices of Gnostic Sethianism and the original eastern left-hald pat of Vedic Tantra (Shaktism) and Buddhist Tantra (Tibetan Buddhism. She is an initiated Tantric Buddhist in the lineages of Nyingma, Karma Kagyu and Drikung Kagyu.

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