Friday, 3 October at Treadwells Books, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London:
Aleister Crowley’s Berlin and Beyond
Lecture – William Thirteen
Between 1930-1932, Aleister Crowley lived & loved in glittering, doomed Weimar Berlin. Already in the 1920’s translations of his works had appeared in the German esoteric journal ‘Pansophia’ and his presence at the legendary Weida Conference had a lasting impact on Germany’s tumultuous esoteric scene. Join our speaker as he relays his findings of the magician’s time in inter-war Germany, along with way sharing his adventures in the archival treasure hunt.
William Thirteen is an independent researcher, esoteric enthusiast and bon vivant, currently keeping a low profile in Berlin.
Ring 020 7419 8507 or book online
Time: 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.