Few places on earth are veiled in occult traditions, mysteries and legends as London. From pre-history to present day, London's underground stream of esoteric knowledge has been reserved for the few who understood its arcane symbolism. That is, until now.

Andrew Gough has lived in London and studied its occult traditions for over 20 years. In his highly visual presentation, he will illuminate mysteries such as The Knights Templar and the strange Roman Mithras Cult. He will reveal secrets of the alchemists John Dee and Aleister Crowley, and the occult artist William Blake, as well as offer fresh insight into who wrote Shakespeare.

Andrew will also delve into and discuss London's secret societies, the location of London's interdimensional portal, fabled creatures, famous hauntings, sacred alignments, and power relics such as the London Stone.

To highlight the opening of the College's Summer Exhibition – Strange Things Among Us – in our beloved Victorian townhouse in South Kensington, London, we hope you can join us online for this fascinating evening of occult enlightenment centred around this legendary city.


This lecture will be recorded. A link to the recording will be emailed to all participants.


Previous participants say:

"It was good and with new information, so it wonderful experience. The knowledge was amazing."

"Of great interest to many!"


This talk will be live in our online classroom

All you need to take part is a good internet connection and a computer with a webcam, microphone and Zoom.

On booking this talk, you will receive an email with the Zoom link to access it. Remember to check your spam folder if you don't receive this confirmation email in your inbox.

Please send us a message if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy the talk!

About Andrew Gough

Image of course leader Andrew Gough Andrew Gough is a researcher, writer, editor of The Heretic Magazine, television presenter on historical documentaries and enthusiast of ancient lands, mysteries and traditions.
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