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In 1920 the voice of the famous/infamous occultist Aleister Crowley was recorded for posterity onto wax cylinders, with the ‘Master Therion’ chanting magical incantations claimed by some to be in the language of the angels (as part of the ‘Enochian‘ strand of magic). In the intervening years, the recording has been reissued by a number of sources, most recently on Original Wax Recordings from the Mr Suit label. But many of the tracks have also found their way online over the years, and for those that haven’t heard them, you can listen to Aleister Crowley chanting “The Call Of The First Aethyr” in the YouTube video below:

I had previously heard this online at the ‘Occult Voices – Paranormal Music, Recordings of unseen Intelligences 1905-2007 ‘ webpage – at which you’ll also find other fascinating recordings, such as a number made of famous trance medium Gladys Osborne Leonard, and her ‘control’ personality Feda, as well as other prominent mediums of the day. Not to mention, recordings of possessed children made in the 1970s. Sleep well!