Boleskine House

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I Make Myself Invisible in Articles by Aleister Crowley.

“It was at the direction of the head of the Order that I then went to Scotland, to my manor house of Boleskine, which is two or three miles from the Falls of Foyers.

My subsidiary object—the principal aim is too sacred to discuss—put into simple language was to gain control over the ‘four great princes’ of the evil of the world.” [via, also]

New post about the part of Boleskine that’s on sale

“A beautiful plot on the shores of Loch Ness, next to Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley’s old property Boleskine House is for sale.” New post about the part of Boleskine that’s on sale at “Breathtaking plot on Loch Ness for sale

Interestingly, this article makes it clear that it’s only part of the estate, and not the house. I hadn’t gathered that from the other references to this property on sale, and most people talking about this are making the mistake of reading that as being the main house for sale.


The view onto Loch Ness from the plot

“A beautiful plot on the shores of Loch Ness, next to Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley’s old property Boleskine House is for sale.

A wonderful plot on the shores of Loch Ness with planning permission for a three-bedroom log cottage has come onto the market. The plot, which comes to just under two acres, used form part of the Boleskine House estate which was previously owned by Aleister Crowley, the famous master of the occult, and subsequently by Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

The plot includes 140ft of owned Loch Ness foreshore, perfect for monster- spotting. The only drawback is access which is only available by boat from along the shore and materials to build the property must also be transported by barge; on the plus side the property is guaranteed to provide peace and quiet amongst the hills. The area combines the rugged beauty and timeless enchantment of the Scottish Highlands just 18 miles from Inverness, with the airport just 28 miles by car.”

The article doesn’t mention whether the two acres comes with the mule that Crowley rode on the Deosai Plateau or not …