History 1 Wishlist 0 Log in. Secret societies have existed for thousands of years. On this tour you will discover a hidden side of London's history, exploring the occult and the city's secret organisations.
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See the places where secret societies still hold their meetings Discover the influence of Ancient Egyptian culture on Victorian Britain Visit the location where Victorian magicians performed their initiations. From here, your guide will take you to one of the first places in London devoted to the study of magical Secret society london. Afterwards, see where the 19th century secret Secret society london named the Suicide Circle was based.
Walk along Pall Mall to the oldest occult bookshop Secret society london London. Discover stories about the Hermetic order of the Golden Dawn and its members. Continue to the Charring Cross Hotel, where the French occultist Eliphas Levi allegedly performed an act of necromancy.
Follow your guide to Cleopatra's Needle on Victoria Embankment, a stone obelisk surrounded by dark legends. Learn how it was brought to London and why some Londoners are still obsessed with Egyptian mythology. The most influential member was English author and occultist Aleister Crowley. Walk past another Secret society london society before arriving at the British Museum. Learn how pagans and members of secret societies pay tributes Secret society london idols in the museum.
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