Randall Gair Doherty was the son of Patricia Doherty, the wife of Aleister Crowley of the 20th century. In 1934, Crowley was 58 years old and was introduced to a 19year old lady from Newlyn. After three years, Patricia gave birth to Randal Gair, who Crowley considered his son and gave him the nickname Aleister Ataturk. Crowley was infamous and considered a monster for his acts, including his desire to overthrow the government. Continue reading this article to discover more details about Randall Gair Doherty and his family.
Randall Gair Doherty’s life was colorful, and he had a lot of difficulties being the son and considered an heir of Aleister Crowley. For many years, Randall Gair Doherty spent his life in West Cornwall, where he spent his time with Crowley, the great Occultist, and black Magician.
Randall Gair Doherty considered himself the Adjudicator of the Supreme Council of Great Britain and called himself Count Charles Edward D’Arquires, a name Crowley gave him. Randall was serious and convinced about taking over the UK government by persuasion and asked people to join his ‘government’ while giving them various roles.
In 1976, Randall Gair Doherty alias Ataturk hired a Posh limousine, and he was driven to London with a Bishop beside him. Ataturk tried going to Downing Street and get an audience with Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who he wanted to persuade to join his Supreme Council.
When Wilson Harold got the message, he refused their offer. The bid to create a Supreme Council was never successful, leading Ataturk to be too religious and sad. His mental health also deteriorated, and at some point, he was found living on a park bench off Talbot Road in London, where he had his suitcases arranged neatly.
Although Randall Gair Doherty died in a car crash in Chalfont St Petr, Buckinghamshire, in 2002 at 65, many people still remember him for his dressing and behavior.
Randall Gair Doherty’s Father
Aleister Crowley was considered the father of Randall Gair Doherty. It is not certain that he was his biological father, but he spent many years with him and groomed him to be his heir. Randall’s father was born in a Christian family in 1875 and was brought up as a Christian.
When Crowley was eleven years, his father had tongue cancer causing his death. The pain of losing his father turned into the dark side, and he started defying all Christian morals by having sex with prostitutes and smoking.
When Randall’s father was traveling to Sweden, he experienced a vision that changed his life and persuaded him of his spiritual vocation. In responding to the call, he started by changing his name.
In 1889, Crowley met Jilian L Baker, a Chemist, and member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and made him join the organization dedicating himself to learning everything regarding the occult. His lifestyle of sex and drugs denied him the chance of entry into the upper levels of Golden Dawn.
Although Randall Gair Doherty’s father lived nearly a disgraced life full of male and female sexual lovers and heroin drug abuse, he never lacked followers.