reply to post by TechUnique
ok,so i have some questions regarding this building
Is there any rooms apart from a basement without windows?
Is there any kind of carved relief work on doorways,arches,stones etc....
Is there any specific symbols apart from what is in the pictures?
Is there any large stones or area's in the floor where they once were?
Is there any particular layout to the construction of the building? e.g. shape,compass direction,sun set etc....
If the answer is no to all of the above i doubt it was a temple, not impossible but i doubt it.
To me it looks like someone has got off there tree for a couple of nights and sprawled about with a paintbrush thinking there doing something occult
and scarey, the fact that they cannot even spell Aleister Crowley's name speaks for it's self. The other thing to take into account is the quality
of the work which is quite frankly awful, most occultists know the importance of accuracy in symbols,measurements,angles,mathematics etc... most
symbols are constructed through certain principles.
None of what is seen here shows dedication of any kind, which is one thing you do need to practice magical rights and ceremony's, sometimes months of
work are required.
Although Crowley himself has referenced Zeus
"Invoking Zeus to swell the power of Pan,
The prayer discomfits the demented man;
Lust lies as still as Love."
The other option i would lean towards is the Zeus temple that is referenced in the artwork(if you can call it that) was a small town group of
occultists who no longer exist as a group or organization and this was one of there unhappy ex-members reliving some moments of years gone bye.
All in all a bit of a mystery, but i would say a solvable one with enough interest.