It is a small establishment founded in 1920, in Sicily, the infamous occultist Aleister Crowley to use it as a temple for pagan rituals organization. The name was inspired satire Gargantua and Pantagruel, Francois Rabelais's where a place with the same name was described as a center to promote independent existence of religion and rules should be guided by the law instead of free will and pleasure of the individual . Crowley wanted to make the Abbey a school of magic, ritual practices of worship of the sun, but also physical work. Around his creativity began to soar, but suspicions and accusations aimed at sex orgies, satanic sacrifices of animals and children, drug abuse and mutilation. The building exists today, but is in a precarious state, being totally closed and concentrating the energy around a heavy and resonant evil.