Talk:Aleister Crowley Timeline

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93, Amigos y Amigas!

Do What Thou Wilt Shall be the Whole of the Law.

It's a small thing, but under 1900, the fifth item in the "unordered List" :

Shouldn't we say that he was conferred the 33rd degree in Scottish Rite freemasonry?

Must be a shade of DRJ nudging me, but it might -- in fact I'm pretty sure it will be relevant. After all, any American Blue Book mason can say, "But everyone knows there are only 3 degrees in, you know, REAL freemasonry." And they'd be right.

"33rd and last degree of Scottish Rite freemasonry."

I'm not going to change it myself, though. At least one other person needs to agree with me.

Thanks. I feel sure we'll be working together for many mutually profitable years, assuming knowledge is currency, which it is.

Also, 93 retranslates from French as Four Twenties Thirteen. Do French Thelemites actually say quatre-vingt-trez or thereabouts? Beuller? Beuller? Anyone?

Love is the Law, Love Under Will,

MM

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