Ezekiel Blume, for as long as he could remember, feared the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and had spent eight mighty years as an Evangelical lay preacher until he was asked rather forcefully by his Yorkshire congregation to vacate his premises under cover of darkness due to some unfortunate circumstances. Perceiving that he cannot reform his sinful ways, it is not uncommon to find him roaring and trembling in fear of divine judgement over bitters and ales at the local pub. He will still preach to any that will listen and, when moved by the spirit, he will retrieve his small and worn bible from within his waistcoat, stand on a chair and deliver a sermon on morality and rigidity.
Ezekiel Blume was recruited into The Society for Advanced Meta-Exploration on a forgettable and wet evening on a street corner of London. He now rather vigorously passes righteous judgement against any that oppose the ambitions of The Society.