1929 August 19 – The Times

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CROWLEY : FERRARI – on Aug, 16, 1929, at Leipzig, in the presence of H.B.M. Consul. Edward Alexander (Aleister) Crowley and Maria Teresa Ferrari de Miramar.

ALEISTER CROWLEY MARRIED.

CEREMONY IN LEIPZIG AFTER BEING BANNED FROM FRANCE.

Mr. Edward Alexander (Aleister) Crowley, the English mystic writer, had been married at Leipzig to Mlle. Maria Teresa Ferrari de Miramar, who is a native of Nicaragua.

The marriage ceremony, according to an announcement, was performed in the presence of the British Consul.

Mr. Aleister Crowley was recently refused the right to stay in France.

He stated that his fiancée had also been forced to leave France. Mr. Crowley was born at Leamington, 53 years ago, and was educated at Malvern and Trinity College, Cambridge. He had been through China on foot, has been received by the sacred lamas at Tibet, and has reached other remote places such as the Yucatan Peninsular in Mexico.

He came into prominence in London in 1911 when his picture was painted by Augustus John.

During the war he went to America and participated in German counter-espionage, declaring that he did this at the request of the British Naval Intelligence Department.

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