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==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
*(To Mathers, regarding his eccentricities and lack of income) ''“Shut up, you jobless bum. Why are you out enjoying yourself every day when you have no income? And when you get into trouble, it draws attention to me! It’s hard enough juggling two identities without my superiors breathing down my neck!”'' <ref name=ShinyakuV21BTL2>[[Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 21]] Between the Lines 2</ref>
 
*(To Mathers, regarding Aleister Crowley's unorthodox approach) ''"I am not saying we need to put a stop to this. I am saying even magic cabals need compromise. If we grow truly indiscriminate, we will be seen as no different from those wild partying groups."'' <ref name=ShinyakuV18Ch3Pt4/>
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The real {{W|William Wynn Westcott}} was a ceremonial magician and coroner who co-founded the {{W|Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn}} together with {{W|Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers}} and {{W|William Robert Woodman}}. He was later forced to cease his public association with the group due to its growing notoriety and his position as a Crown Coroner, though he secretly continued his involvement and would later be involved in one of its successor organizations, {{W|Stella Matutina}}. He was also a chief of the {{W|Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia}}. After retiring as a coroner in 1910, Westcott emigrated to South Africa in 1918, dying in Durban in 1925.
 
*The real {{W|William Wynn Westcott}} was a ceremonial magician and coroner who co-founded the {{W|Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn}} together with {{W|Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers}} and {{W|William Robert Woodman}}. He was later forced to cease his public association with the group due to its growing notoriety and his position as a Crown Coroner, though he secretly continued his involvement and would later be involved in one of its successor organizations, {{W|Stella Matutina}}. He was also a chief of the {{W|Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia}}. After retiring as a coroner in 1910, Westcott emigrated to South Africa in 1918, dying in Durban in 1925.
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