Curse of Tutankhamun or Murders by Crowley?

November 27, 2011 in Conspiracy, Ghosts & Monsters, Occult Philosophy, Project Camelot by Webmaster

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Curse of Tutankhamun may have been work of Satanist killer - Telegraph

Curse of Tutankhamun may have been work of Satanist killer – Telegraph
Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, London was gripped by the mythical curse of Tutankhamun, the Egyptian boy-king, whose tomb was uncovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter.


Six mysterious London deaths famously attributed to the ‘Curse of Tutankhamun’ were actually murders by notorious Satanist Aleister Crowley, a historian claims in a new book.

Aleister Crowley

In his new book ‘London’s Curse: Murder, Black Magic and Tutankhamun in the 1920s West End’, published this week by The History Press, historian Mark Beynon pins seven deaths on Crowley, six of which took place in London.

More than 20 people linked to the opening of the pharaoh’s burial chamber in Luxor in 1923 bizarrely died over the following years – six of them in the capital.

Beynon has now drawn on previously unpublished evidence to conclude the deaths were all ritualistic killings masterminded by Crowley, an occultist dubbed “the wickedest man in the world.”   more





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