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(File:Atlantis Bookshop, Museum Street, Bloomsbury (cropped).jpg|thumb|right|Exterior of the shop)The Atlantis Bookshop is an esoteric bookshop in Museum Street, London.Carr-Gomm, Philip & Heygate, Richard, The Book of English Magic, John Murray, 2009, p.373 Established by Michael Houghton in 1922weblink> it is currently owned and run by Bali Beskin and her mother Geraldine.Atlantis has long been a hub for London's occult world.Carr-Gomm & Heygate, p. 453 Gerald Gardner attended meetings of The Order of the Hidden Masters in its basement during his formative years,WEB,weblink Mike Howard Part 2, www.thewica.co.uk, 2 April 2019, and also held meetings of his own Coven there. The shop published his first book on witchcraft, the novel High Magic's Aid.Ruickbie, Leo, Witchcraft Out of the Shadows: A History, Robert Hale, 2004, pp.103, 251 Here he also met Ross Nichols, later a key figure in the Druid world, who edited Gardner's 1954 Witchcraft Today.Carr-Gomm & Heygate, p.181Atlantis hosts art exhibitions and esoteric talks, workshops and book launches. For many years it ran "The Moot With No Name"{{what?|date=March 2018}} in the nearby Devereaux Arms off Fleet Street,WEB,weblink Archived copy, 2012-03-18, yes,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20120313002023weblink">weblink 2012-03-13, Carr-Gomm & Heygate, p. 453, 473-4 which then moved to Milford's pub in Milford Lane as "The Atlantis Bookshop Presents" before ceasing some years ago. It also publishes occasional volumes under its own imprint, Neptune Press, for example an illuminated edition of Aleister Crowley's The Book of the Lawweblink shop featured in the British 1971 film Gumshoe.In the 1980s, the Odin Brotherhood used the shop as a contact point.Mark Mirabello. The Odin Brotherhood. 5th edition, Oxford: Mandrake of Oxford, 2003, p 109 {{ISBN|1-869928-71-7}}

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