I got the impression of two magicians, the white and the black – the one strong, powerful, full of light; the other also powerful but heavy, dull and ignorant ...
[Alfred] Orage [Gurdjieff's secretary for a while] said ... "Alas, poor Crowley, I knew him well. We used to meet at the Society for Psychical Research when I was acting secretary. Once, when we were talking, he asked: 'By the way, what number are you?' Not knowing in the least what he meant, I said on the spur of the moment, 'Twelve'. 'Good God, are you really?' he replied, 'I'm only seven'.
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