Legendary occultist Aleister Crowley’s son from Cornwall who tried to take over the government – Cornwall Live

[Aleister Crowley] visited west Cornwall and it is said by some that he summoned up the very Devil himself in Carn Cottage, which led to a woman’s death, and performed a black mass down the hill in Zennor church. What many may not realise is that in 1934, Crowley, then aged 58, was introduced to a 19-year-old from Newlyn named Patricia Doherty.Three years later she gave birth to the boy Crowley considered his son and heir, Randall Gair Doherty, who was nicknamed Aleister Ataturk.

Source: Legendary occultist Aleister Crowley’s son from Cornwall who tried to take over the government – Cornwall Live

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Nomad

Interesting article, thank you for sharing. I find I often come back to the letter Crowley wrote the 10-year-old Ataturk just after he first met him — which was not long before he died. It is particularly revealing in regards what Crowley considered important for a child’s education. I will share it here for anyone who hasn’t seen it: My Dear Son, Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. This is the first letter that your father has ever written to you, so you can imagine that it will be very important, and you should keep… Read more »