The London Times published story on the restoration and future plans for Boleskine House (if you’re not acquainted with the term Google it). It begins
“The charity restoring a fire-ravaged mansion on the banks of Loch Ness aims to use the project to promote the controversial doctrines of Aleister Crowley, the occultist, it has emerged.
“The Boleskine House Foundation (BHF) is registered as a secular organisation whose goal is to rebuild and preserve the listed Highland property destroyed by fires in 2015 and last year and to advance knowledge of “local Scottish history”.
“However, the trustees have written an article promoting the project in the official magazine [Agape] of Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), or Order of Oriental Templars, an occult order associated with Crowley, whose members practise ‘sex magick’. In it, they confirm that the restored building will be used to stimulate interest in Crowley’s spiritual philosophy, known to adherents as ‘Thelema’.”