The mansion was constructed in the late 18th century by Archibald Fraser.According to a local legend, there was once a church on the site which caught fire burning it’s whole congregation to death, and it was because of this terrible event that Crowley decided to purchase Boleskine House in 1899 as the self-styled, “Laird of Boleskine and Abertarff.” He evoked evil entities that would materialize and later were channeled through his wife in 1904 for his bel Legis commonly known as The Book of the Law, the unholy book of his new Satanic religion.Boleskine House is a famous heritage B-listed estate with a rich history, but in 2015, Boleskine House suffered a devastating fire, rendering it in “ruinous condition” according to the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.
Crowley” and the Greek phrase often used by him (“Beast”) when transliterated into Hebrew as Th RIVN.
However, this time the Scottish police said it believes the fire was started deliberately and has appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Interestingly enough, this happened on July 31st, during the so-called when Sirius the Dog Star often cited in Crowley’s writings, was shining its brightest.
Crowley continued to visit until 1913, when he eventually sold the property…
Aleister Crowley’s magick at Boleskine House is known as the “Abramelin Operation” taken from The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, a famous grimoire (book of magical knowledge), dating back to at least the middle of the 15th century.