James Goodridge: Tell us about your grandfather:
Kevin Entwistle : ” I believe nothing is purposely hidden it is for us to invent to design to investigate, to claim and to attain. Everything is ours when we have earned it through effort and have evolved sufficiently to grasp it.”
Rollo Ahmed 1936
(JG) : Did your parents ever talk about him or his work?
(KE) : No. Only my father who explained all the circumstances of past happenings and the past practices of my grandfather’s work. In general my father and his sibling had a fun and normal childhood. Rollo kept a lot of secrets even from the family.
(JG) : The Black Arts was a ground breaking book written by your grandfather on the occult world back then and over the years is still relevant. How do you feel about it on a personal level ?
(KE) : Written by a practitioner of the Black Arts a real BLACK magician he warns of the danger of his art yet gives an informative account of the history of this worldwide phenomenon BLACK MAGIC. Its a book that every true student of the occult world should have close at hand.
(JG) : Your grandfather was a VERY complex man. Do you feel he had some type of or tapped into some type of powers?
(KE) : Absolutely YES ! He was a Bon Buddhist.
(JG) : Per our conversations you mentioned a literary project. Want to tell us about it?
(KE) : I’m currently working on a NOVEL based on fact, yet told in fiction. A story that shows the true light of darkness. The under belly of sinister deeds on the streets of 20th century London, where Satanists dwell in the cold shadows of main stream society.
(JG) : Thank you Kevin.