Jimmy Page, Boleskine House and the occult themes found in the British music scene of the 1960s and 1970s – free published paper to download
It was with great pleasure that I recently had a short paper published with the excellent Journal of the Boleskine House Foundation, Issue 5, (December 2021), which supports the rebuilding of the famed Boleskine House, in which occultist Aleister Crowley once resided and was more recently owned by rock musician Jimmy Page.
My paper, entitled ‘Jimmy Page, Boleskine House and the occult themes found in the British music scene’ can now be downloaded for free from my Academia profile as a pdf, by clicking here.
Boleskine House was gutted by fire a number of years ago, and it’s great to see that new work is taking place to restore such a historical building. The website for the Boleskine House Foundation can be found by clicking here.
The title of the paper gives everything away, so I hope you enjoy it.