Now that the former pseudo-welsh MP is being forced to sell his London pad, I hear he could use a new home. This should do nicely.
Those with a taste for the occult and a more than a few quid to spare might be interested in viewing the Sicilian cottage where "wickedest man in the world" Aleister Crowley once held court. According to the Telegraph, the "Abbey of Thelema" near the town of Cefalu is on the market for €1.5m, and for your money you get a " …
Locals insisting, that the house is haunted? Is there a better way to lure visitors from abroad?
Dilapidated condition and lack of any furniture/exhibits in the interior may be worse problems than ghosts.
And the price, of couse. Million and half euro for THIS?
Then, I am neither a real estate agent, nor Crowley enthusiast...
I'm in town right now! Chills!
I might go have a peek...maybe they'll take an offer. Looks like it needs a good coat of paint, though.
The Great Rock ('La Rocca') really is that. Apparently, if Crowley thought any of his minions were getting too big for their boots, he'd make them climb it, so as to make them feel insignificant. It works.
""Soak me in Cognac, C*nt and Cocaine. .... Is there an App for that?" ....Version 1.0 Posted Friday 6th August 2010 12:44 GMT
Oh Yes ..... it's in the LOVE Selection Section. Be aware though, they are Wild Magical Mystery Turing IT Trips and Totally Attractively Addictive.
Aleister counts among his many disciples David Bowie, Jimmy Page, The Beatles(he's on the cover of Sgt Pepper), Marylin Manson etc.
http://www.theindustryexposed.com gives a full breakdown
He's one of the main reasons why the occult permeates through music(Rock in 70s,80s and Rap in 90s/Noughties).