Lecture in Central London by author Antony Clayton
“As he declined into old age, the infamous mage Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) moved from London into a Hastings retirement home for bohemian types, an eccentric and vibrant guest house called ‘Netherwood.’ From his room, He continued the Great Work of promulgating the magico-philosophy of Thelema, with a young Kenneth Grant as his secretary. Letters were dictated, missives sent, guests received, and charters for lodges issued. Antony Clayton is a researcher and author of Netherwood: the Last Resort of Aleister Crowley. His talk tonight gives insights on the social milieu and final magical labours of the magician the world knew as ‘The Great Beast.’
Drinks party follows the lecture.
Thursday 24 January 2019 e.v.
Venue: Treadwell’s Bookshop, 33 Store Street, London WC1E 7BS