This week, the Inverness Courier, with the Daily Mail later piggybacking on the text and photograph (and omitting the reference to the originator of the news, the Fresh Start Foundation), reported concerns that Boleskine House, the old property of Aleister Crowley near the village of Foyers, could be turned into a Satanist ritual site as the result of a series of planning applications submitted to the local authority, Highland Council.
Boleskine House is a manor on the south side of Loch Ness, it is of historical interest and known locally, nationally and internationally, it has its own Wikipedia page and many books and articles have been written about it.
The use of the name Baile Os-Ceann in the Planning Portal means that any interested parties cannot access the plans unless they know that the name has been changed. Therefore, the publication on Highland Council’s website is not “fit for purpose”. Additionally, any publications in the printed press locally or in the Edinburgh Gazette are of no use and once again not “fit for purpose”, because the public has no way of knowing that the name of Boleskine House has changed.Is the Satanist mecca Boleskine House being revived under a deliberately false name?