Portal:Aleister Crowley Timeline/On this Day/May/May 28

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May 28:
  • 1906 - "A.'. got through after an incredible struggle."
  • 1941 - Writes a letter to Lady Frieda Harris. Largely regarding his financial situation, AC writes, " I have never had any use for money since I took the Oath of the Abramelin Operation, save only to further the Great Work. At present A.C. does need it for his personal use, because he can no longer work in a tent on a glacier. He does need space, access to works of reference, reasonable comfort ...." In an interesting idea, he also mentions that he would like to have copies of his works available in free libraries all over the world and that, "Publicity is wanted, that the seeker may know where to look."
  • 1947 - Fourth meeting with Gardner. AC's diary records, "Tues 27 Gardner here"