Portal:Aleister Crowley Timeline/On this Day/June

From Encyclopedia Thelemica
Jump to navigationJump to search
<< June >>
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30

These are the selected On this Day for June that appear on the Aleister Crowley Timeline portal. The "edit" links edit the portal subpages that are displayed as sections here.


June 1

  • 1906 - "A.'. good but interfered with fatigue."

Edit

June 2

  • 1902 - Reached the "kiltas" only moving forward with absolute necessities and leaving eveything else with the "Lambadar at Askoli."
  • 1906 - Arrives at Liverpool and learns of the death of his daughter. Goes to London. "A.'. appropriate in tone."

Edit

June 3

  • 1902 - Spent evening "with Eckenstein weighing out the flour supply and painting the sacks."
  • 1906 - "A.'. a sad and mechanic exercise."
  • 1907 - Back to London.
  • 1928 - “Kasimira and I have been discussing the possibility of our marriage for two days. Ask the Yi: shall I marry Kasimira

Edit

June 4

  • 1906 - "A.'. no good." Decides to ask Rose definitely if she will come on a Magical retirement with him.

Edit

June 5

Edit

June 6

Edit

June 7

Edit

June 8

  • 1941 - (or 15) Sunday: Upset and irritated by the lack of communication from Lady Frieda Harris regarding the Thoth tarot exhibition cancellation, AC writes to her, "I just couldn't help myself from wondering what happened at Oxford. Was the show opened at all? If so by whom? Or did the police pinch the whole crowd? I had it in my stupid mind that somebody or other would let me know. How utterly silly of me! What can it possibly matter whether I know or not? ... "

Edit

June 9

  • 1902 - Set off to Camp 10 which he dubbed "Camp Misery."
  • 1907 - Golf. Love to Rose.

Edit

June 10

  • 1907 - Preparations for the Retirement.

Edit

June 11

  • 1903 - After having moved his bed into the Temple constructed for the Abramelin Operation he was "afflicted by dreams and visions of the most appalling Abramelin devils...."

Edit

June 12

Edit

June 13

  • ...

Edit

June 14

Edit

June 15

  • ...

Edit

June 16

Edit

June 17

Edit

June 18

  • ...

Edit

June 19

  • ...

Edit

June 20

Edit

June 21

  • 1902 - "Knowles, the Doctor and myself were all ill and the weather was snowy."

Edit

June 22

  • 1907 - New preparations for departure with Lord and Lady Tankerville

Edit

June 23

Edit

June 24

  • 1902 - Sat on the loose corner of his tent for 5 hours while wind "blew like hell!"

Edit

June 25

  • 1902 - Dull weather.

Edit

June 26

Edit

June 27

Edit

June 28

  • 1902 - Eckenstein ill.

Edit

June 29

  • 1902 - Could not start due to high winds.

Edit

June 30

  • 1903 - "Decide to do tests on old principle to see how I really stand."

Edit