Occult Walk


Yesterday we went on an occult walk in London. The guide Deliane is a trained guide and priestess.

She has really researched the occult history of London. She started off with James VI (I of England) time and went gradually forward to Aleister Crowley and Gerald Gardener.

We learnt a lot about London, especially Cleopatra’s Needle, which is said to be the most cursed spot in London with numerous people committing suicide at that spot.
The only criticism I have to make is that several walking tours could have been done over various parts of London. For example, Eliphas Levi (who was not mentioned) was resident in Gower Street in London.

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