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“I had picked out Boleskine for its loneliness. Lord Lovat and Mrs. Fraser-Tyler, my nearest neighbours, were eight miles away, while Grant of Glenmoriston was on the other side of Loch Ness. Besides, Boleskine was already the centre of a thousand legends.

Even before I came there there was a fine crop of the regular Highland superstitions.” Chapter 44 Confessions by Aleister Crowley

Here’s another post, over at The Wild Hunt about this: “For the True Aleister Crowley Fan/Thelema Devotee“. And, there’s a slideshow embedded in that post.