He didn’t manage to shatter the confines of four-dimensional space-time, though.

Not too many people could say they helped create America’s space program, worshipped Satan, partied with L. Ron Hubbard, and got investigated by the FBI in one lifetime. Jack Parsons did, and then he died in a mysterious mad science explosion at his house.

3 thoughts on “He didn’t manage to shatter the confines of four-dimensional space-time, though.

  1. Parsons’ Freedom is a Two-edged Sword is brilliant when it’s not filled with muddle-headed mysticism and waxing utopic about the role of woman. It is worth a read.
    It’s also worth pointing out that Crowley was not terribly impressed with Parsons and Hubbard and actively mocked their attempt at making a Moonchild – an activity Crowley also attempted and ultimately failed at…

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