Behind the London of the sanitized heritage industry, there is a London of esoteric secrets, of obscure institutions and of half-forgotten locations. Occult London reveals the city's secret history. Characters introduced include  Elizabethan magus John Dee, architect Christopher Wren nd church-builder Hawksmoor, Theosophist Madame Blavatsky and occult bad-boy Aleister Crowley.  The reader is also given a tour of notable esoteric sites - from the well-known (like the British Museum) to the obscure (like Bunhill Fields, formerly known as the 'Bone Hill). A useful pocket-sized guide, it is  for anyone considering a tour around London's esoteric heritage. 

Harpenden: Oldcastle Books, 2017. Paperback, 192 pages. New.

Occult London