Information on the main geographical centres and buildings which were and continue to be relevant to Aleister Crowley’s life and work. Even today, some represent temples of “Mecca” proportions to some Thelemites.
When Jimmy Page bought an imposing mansion on the banks of Loch Ness in 1970, he was drawn to the property because it once belonged to infamous occultist Aleister Crowley. The Led Zeppelin guitarist sold up after 22 years and few visits, reportedly concluding that there were “bad vibes” there. Today there are claims that occult groups are still haunting the “most notorious home in the Highlands”.