S03E19 - House of the Unholy (pt 1)

MonsterTalk

05-02-2024 • 44 mins

Part 1 of a 2-part look at Boleskine House, the little house on the shores of Loch Ness that allegedly once hosted an infamous ceremony attempt by Mr. Aleister Crowley. Matt Baxter joins Karen and Blake to discuss.  Thanks to previous guests Peter Bebergal, Jerry Drake and Al Ridenour for their assistance on preparing this episode. Related Links - Part 1 News article chock full of the legends we discuss What happened to the kids from that Led Zeppelin album cover? Who was Kenneth Anger? Documentary on Crowley (sometimes explicit content - YouTube) The OTHER Loch Ness Monster - doc that Blake thinks influenced expansion of legend Documentarian seeking to capture the restoration and demystify site The Boleskine House Foundation - seeking to restore the site BBC article on restoration efforts Samuel MacGregor Mathers - Crowley's mentor and translator of Abramelin The Golden Dawn - English magical society (1887 - 1903) The English translation of the Abramelin Working by Mathers The Confessions of Aleister Crowley - Internet Archive Images for Part 1: The graveyard downhill from Boleskine YouTube compilation of photos from inside and outside the house Atlas Obscura info on the site Related Episodes: The Great Beast 666 - a look at Crowley Theosophy & Western Esotericism - pt1 Theosophy & Western Esotericism - pt2 Grimoires Part 1 Grimoires Part 2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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