Exactly that. They were contemporaries dealing with the same thing which was how to help people improve their lives using non-standard techniques. They were radical, and cutting edge in their theory and practice. The old magical ways weren't useful for 20th century problems and temperamentally neither of them was of the 'There, there, it will be alright' school of helping their clients. In this workshop you'll explore Crowley and Fortune's views on the subject.