Monday, April 19, 2010

Part II of Crowley Fest - Boleskine House

Hold onto your bedlinens and cups of tea - scary stuff!  You have to love stories like this one.  Boleskine House is said to still contain some very angry energies from Crowley himself and the psychic in the beginning of this documentary by the BBC says that he could feel Crowley watching him from the house...  Without wanting to give too much away, perhaps without Crowley having finished the exhausting ritual of Abremelin he is now bound to the house permanently along with the dark spirits he conjured up...  shudder...

*Update.  An interesting piece of information from Wikipedia which Kenneth Anger doesn't mention: At Page's invitation, Anger would travel to Boleskine House on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland, where Crowley had once lived and which Page had purchased, and helped the musician to exorcise the building of what Page believed to be a headless man's ghost.Page subsequently agreed to produce the soundtrack for Lucifer Rising, and used the editing table which was in the basement of his London home to alter the music which he produced.

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